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1. 10-23 County Supervisor Glover out of hospital Contra Costa County
C. 10-23 Pleads guilty in child pornography case Sunnyvale
10-23 Episcopalians affirm pro-gay positions San Francisco
E. 10-23 Union Pacific employee killed by train Martinez
F. 10-23 Reward Increased In 1979 Triple Murder San Mateo
6. 10-23 Council Votes To Ban Smoking In Parks San Jose City Hall
7. 10-23 Supes approve $185M park bond in ballot SF City Hall
I. 10-23 Conte: No evidence to indict Bonds Barry Bonds

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Oct.23   Contra Costa County   County Supervisor Glover out of hospital  The 50-year-old Federal Glover is back home after spending several weeks being hospitalized for a mysterious illness

  Sunnyvale   Pleads guilty in child pornography case  A Sunnyvale man is facing between 5 to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to receiving thousands of child pornography images over the Internet

Day News


  San Francisco   Episcopalians affirm pro-gay positions
  Delegates representing Episcopal churches in the Bay area approved 3 sets of prayers that clergy can use to bless same-sex couples


  Martinez   Union Pacific employee killed by train
  An employee was struck and killed by one of the company's trains at about 12:35 p.m.


  San Mateo   Reward Increased In 1979 Triple Murder  The execution-style shootings of Payless Drug Store workers during an after-hours robbery of the store, tore apart the families

  San Jose City Hall Council Votes To Ban Smoking In Parks  Mayor Chuck Reed proposed the ban along with Vice Mayor Dave Cortese. Only councilman Pete Constant is dissenting

Evening News


  SF City Hall   Supes approve $185M park bond in ballot  The ordinance is to establish a bond to clean up and restore neighborhood parks

  Barry Bonds   Conte: No evidence to indict Bonds  The founder of the Laboratory Co-Operative, believes Barry Bonds won't be indicted

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