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1. 09-30 Swimmer's itch strikes beach twice Robert W Crown Beach, Alameda
C. 09-30 Giants move one win from NL West crown Pac Bell Park
3. 09-30 Sanity phase of trial in Walnut Creek fires Martinez
4. 09-30 Help pours in rebuild Trace Elementary Trace Elementary, San Jose
09-30 Leo Apotheker selected as CEO HP
6. 09-30 Fatal crash on HWY 101
7. 09-30 Bicyclist struck, killed in crosswalk El Camino Real and Isabella Avenue, Atherton
8. 09-30 7,300 customers were without power Oakland

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Morning News


Sep.30   Alameda   Swimmer's itch strikes beach twice Map of Robert W Crown Beach Alameda  An invasive snail recently discovered in a bay has brought a parasitic worm responsible for only the second known outbreak of 'swimmer's itch'

Day News


  Pac Bell Park   Giants move one win from NL West crown
  Sandoval hit a splash shot into McCovey Cove, Torres and Posey also homered and the Giants beat Arizona 4-1


  Martinez   Sanity phase of trial in Walnut Creek fires  Jurors have begun the sanity phase of a trial for a 52-year-old optometrist convicted of setting fires that damaged several downtown businesses

  San Jose Help pours in rebuild Trace Elementary  Efforts to rebuild San Jose's Trace Elementary School, destroyed this summer in a six-alarm fire. About $160,000 came in from individuals

Evening News


  HP   Leo Apotheker selected as CEO
  Directors appear to have baffled Wall Street with its selection of new leader, who lost his job running SAP earlier this year
 The announcement is causing HP's shares to slip back into a funk that began after the board ousted the well-regarded Hurd


  Highway 101 Fatal crash on HWY 101  SUV overturned on the highway. One person was ejected from the SUV and appears to have died on impact

  Atherton Bicyclist struck, killed in crosswalk  A 62-year-old bicyclist was struck by Toyota and killed while crossing a major thoroughfare

  Oakland 7,300 customers were without power  The power went out 6:49 p.m. Thursday night and 7,300 customers were affected by the outage until about 9 p.m.

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