UC Berkeley offers first web-only class

Daily Planet Wire Service
Saturday September 07, 2002

UC Berkeley is offering its first course taught entirely over the Internet this year. -more-

Guide helps disabled navigate SF

Friday September 06, 2002

A Berkeley-based nonprofit group announced the availability this week of a second edition of its free guide that provides information to disabled people trying to navigate sites around San Francisco. -more-

County health official fired

The Associated Press
Thursday September 05, 2002

WALNUT CREEK — The chief nursing home and hospital inspector in Contra Costa and Alameda counties was fired for what the state Department of Health Services called an “inexcusable neglect of duty,” the Contra Costa Times reported. -more-

2 in custody in connection with 9 bank robberies

Daily Planet Wire Service
Wednesday September 04, 2002

VALLEJO – Two men are in custody and police are looking for a third in connection with nine East Bay bank robberies that have occurred since July. -more-

Weekend shootings in Oakland

Tuesday September 03, 2002

OAKLAND – The Labor Day weekend was no break from the violence that is patterning this year as one of the bloodiest in Oakland’s history. -more-

Oakland considers tram system

The Associated Press
Monday September 02, 2002

OAKLAND— Transit officials are taking a look at a new mass transit system that would use small trams instead of trains and would look similar to a freeway with rest areas. -more-

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