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  • Tuesday,
    Sep 29, 2009
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  • Transportation
  • Muni crimes raising an alarm

    Recent violent crimes on Muni and the failure of cameras to record them have various city leaders calling for change, but concrete plans have yet to be disclosed.

    The most recent high-profile crime on a Muni vehicle happened Saturday at about 9:45 p.m. when an adult passenger on a 14-Mission was stabbed after a fight with two men and one woman on the bus.

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  • Tsunami fails to materialize locally

    The 7.7 magnitude earthquake that sent towering waves crashing into villages in American Samoa failed to produce much of change to San Francisco’s shoreline.

    A tsunami warning for the Bay Area was cancelled at 1:42 a.m.

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  • Jerry Brown launching exploratory committee

    California Attorney General Jerry Brown is ready to ramp up his fundraising efforts, which could help him in a bid for the governor’s mansion.

    Brown filed paperwork Tuesday with the secretary of state for a “Brown for Governor 2010 Exploratory Committee,” according to his campaign.

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Nation & World

  • Nation
  • Senators preserve path to expand govt abortion funding

    Does ObamaCare mean that the government subsidizes abortions, or doesn't it? And if it doesn't, then why did senators just vote down an amendment to the bill that bars the government from paying for abortions under the proposed new health insurance framework, except under the rare circumstances already permitted under current law?

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