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  • Thursday,
    Jan 10, 2008
Digital Edition


  • Government & Politics
  • Healthy S.F. can move forward

    The City can move forward with a groundbreaking program that provides sliding-scale health services for San Francisco’s uninsured residents, as well as impose the legally contested requirement that has some businesses paying up to $1.76 per employee hour worked, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday.

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  • Neighborhoods
  • Newsom’s car vandalized

    Police aren’t sure whether a disheveled man arrested near Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Russian Hill apartment Wednesday morning knew whose town car he was vandalizing, but he found out after the mayor’s security chased him down.

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  • Other News
  • Flights delayed at least 30 minutes at SFO

    Arrivals and departures at San Francisco International Airport are about 30 minutes behind schedule this afternoon, airport Duty Manager John Ginty said.

    A ground delay program, which controls air traffic volume into airports by delaying departure times for incoming flights, was implemented at SFO because of low clouds at 9 a.m. and will be in effect until 11 p.m., Ginty said.

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  • Other News
  • Police arrest two shooting suspects

    The San Francisco Police Department has arrested two suspects in two separate fatal shootings, police said today.

    A 17-year-old San Francisco resident was arrested Saturday in connection with a shooting that occurred Dec. 17 in the100 block of Kiska Road.

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