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08-06 Toddler dies after 3-story fall San Francisco
2. 08-06 49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied SF City Hall
D. 08-06 Expectations beaten in fourth quarter Cisco
E. 08-06 Day laborers ordinance blocked Los Altos
F. 08-06 20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire Santa Clara
6. 08-06 More Security as Bonds Nears 600 Pac Bell Park
H. 08-06 Priest-Abuse Lawsuit Filed San Jose
8. 08-06 Bonds belts No. 599 Pac Bell Park

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Morning News


Aug.6   San Francisco   Toddler dies after 3-story fall
  An 18-month-old girl who fell out of a bedroom window died from massive head and internal injuries


Day News


  SF City Hall   49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied
  City supervisors decided 49ers will not be allowed to seek corporate sponsorship for the naming of Candlestick Park


  Cisco   Expectations beaten in fourth quarter  Cisco Systems posted stronger-than-expected profits for its fiscal fourth-ququarter. The company earned $772 million

  Los Altos   Day laborers ordinance blocked  A federal judge temporarily blocked enforcement of a law that prevents day laborers from soliciting work

  Santa Clara   20-Foot Flames in Cardboard Factory Fire  Flames shot out of the Jefferson Smurfet warehouse at De La Cruz and Martin. The fire grew to three alarms

  Pac Bell Park More Security as Bonds Nears 600  Giants' outfielder is just 2 homeruns shy of his historic 600th career homer

  San Jose Priest-Abuse Lawsuit Filed  2 men have filed a lawsuit against the Diocese because of a former Catholic priest who has been dead for 14 years

Evening News


  Pac Bell Park     Bonds belts No. 599
  Giants 11, Chicago Cubs 10. Barry hit 32nd homer of the season, a 432-foot three-run shot into right-center field

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