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14,000 at breast cancer walk
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Vitas Ezersis won SF Marathon  Home Town: San Francisco, age 40, time 2:30:53. Micha Lowe from SF won Women Marathon with 3:12:10 Fire at Academy of Sciences
de Young museum closes doors  M.H. de Young Memorial Museum to prepare for its demolition and will open again in 2005 Rape Attempt on Jogger  Man attempted to rape a 29-year-old woman, then fled on foot Vandals tear up arboretum

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  Vandals have chopped down an agave plant, trashed benches and endangered quail nests

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  Walkers raised $910,000

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Nov.13   Police horse attacked by dog
  Mounted police officer and her horse were injured after a pit bull chased the horse, biting at heels

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Dec.12   Birth of white-tipped shark
  3-pound female baby was born at the California Academy of Sciences

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