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07-25 11-month-old boy found dead in back seat 4040 Nelson Ave, Concord
2. 07-25 Selig watches Bonds remain on 753 Pac Bell Park
3. 07-25 Bonds out of starting lineup Pac Bell Park
E. 07-25 Newborn Baby Abandoned On Back Porch 1100 Scott Street, Western Addition
5. 07-25 Angels Come Back In 9th To Beat A's, 7-6 Athletics
G. 07-25 Negotiations continue for garbage lockout Oakland
H. 07-25 Foreclosures go through the roof San Francisco
I. 07-25 Man Arrested In Baby Son's Hot Car Death Benicia

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Jul.25   Concord   11-month-old boy found dead in back seat
Map of 4040 Nelson Ave Concord
  Danny Takemoto, 46, the child's father, told police he forgot the boy in the vehicle in front of a business complex when he went to work


  Pac Bell Park     Selig watches Bonds remain on 753
  On the Bonds' 43rd birthday, Renteria lined a go-ahead, 2-run double with 2 outs in the 13th inning of the Braves' 7-5 victory


Day News


  Pac Bell Park     Bonds out of starting lineup
  Barry Bonds played 13 innings. The slugger was held out of the starting lineup to rest his tired body


  Western Addition   Newborn Baby Abandoned On Back Porch Map of 1100 Scott Street San Francisco
  A 19-year-old woman gave birth and then abandoned the baby on a plastic bag on the back porch of her house


  Athletics   Angels Come Back In 9th To Beat A's, 7-6  Los Angeles pulled out a 7-6 win over Oakland on a 2-out RBI single in the bottom of the ninth by Maicer Izturis

  Oakland   Negotiations continue for garbage lockout  Talks aimed at ending Waste Management labor dispute continuing into the night at a federal mediator's office for the 2nd consecutive evening

  San Francisco Foreclosures go through the roof  The number of Bay Area homes lost to foreclosure during the 2nd quarter hit the highest level in 2 decades

Evening News


  Benicia   Man Arrested In Baby Son's Hot Car Death  Danny Takemoto, 46, said he mistakenly left his 11-month-old son in a hot car for more than 6 hours while he went to work

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