Planners OK Cisco expansion

The Associated Press
Saturday September 16, 2000

SAN JOSE – City planners have recommended a controversial expansion by Cisco Systems Inc. into one of Silicon Valley’s last remaining agricultural areas. -more-

Larger fines for nursing home negligence

The Associated Press
Friday September 15, 2000

SAN FRANCISCO — Nursing homes found to have harmed or neglected patients will face higher fines – up to $100,000 – under a bill signed Thursday by Gov. Gray Davis. -more-

UC president to convene conference on admissions

The Associated Press
Thursday September 14, 2000

SAN FRANCISCO — The issue of which students are admitted to the University of California resurfaced Wednesday as UC President Richard Atkinson told regents he wants to evaluate new approaches to admissions in light of developments since the school scrapped affirmative action. -more-

County guards sue for more jail staff

The Associated Press
Wednesday September 13, 2000

SAN JOSE — Corrections officers are suing Santa Clara County on behalf of their greatest antagonists – inmates – claiming that low staffing levels have made the area’s jails unsafe. -more-

Man arrested for hacking into Livermore lab

The Associated Press
Tuesday September 12, 2000

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On-line advertising fortunes may be on the line

The Associated Press
Monday September 11, 2000

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