Nurses strike in San Pablo

Daily Planet Wire Service
Tuesday November 05, 2002

SAN PABLO — More than 400 nurses turned out Monday to strike at Doctors Medical Centers in San Pablo and Pinole, leaving patients under the care of temporary healthcare workers. -more-

Olympic Committee chooses N.Y. bid over Bay Area

By Angela Watercutter
Monday November 04, 2002

SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco lost its bid Saturday to host the 2012 Summer Olympics. Instead, New York City, the emotional favorite, will be the American candidate to sponsor the games. -more-

Election Day Preview: Shirley Dean

Compiled by Judith Scherr
Saturday November 02, 2002

Shirley Dean -more-

Earth First! bombing case returns

Melissa McRobbie
Friday November 01, 2002

OAKLAND – U.S. District Court Judge Claudia Wilken is scheduled today to hear challenges to a court decision that awarded two Earth First! activists $4.4 million for First and Fourth Amendment violations by the FBI and Oakland Police Department. -more-

Camping at Cachuma Lake in a Yurt can be relaxing affair

By Marla Jo Fisher The Associated Press
Friday November 01, 2002

CACHUMA LAKE — Friday, 7 p.m. I feel darn smug, sitting here around the campfire. -more-

Initiatives beckon voters across the county

Compiled from staff
Thursday October 31, 2002

Voters in Alameda County will cast votes on an array of ballot measures Tuesday, with voters in Castro Valley poised to decide whether to become an incorporated city and Fremont and Berkeley voters considering raises for local officeholders. -more-

State says UC Berkeley group misunderstands admissions policy

By David Scharfenberg Daily Planet Staff
Wednesday October 30, 2002

State officials said Tuesday that a UC Berkeley student group seeking to boost minority enrollment is spreading false information about admissions procedures at California’s public universities. -more-

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