Thursday
July
14
2005
Weather
 
  Home
  Local News
  State / National / World
  Sports
  Police / Courts
  Opinion / Letters
  Business
  Arts / Entertainment
  Lifestyle
  Calendar
  Special
  Submit Event
  Comics / Games
  Classifieds
  DJ Designers
  Personals
  Community Forum
  Archives
  Advertise With Us
  Contact Us
  About Us
Young teens arrested for murder

Four teens and an adult allegedly responsible for Tuesday�s brazen midday murder of a 21-year-old Redwood City man, Francisco Rodriguez, were arrested less than 24 hours after the shooting. The accus...

Worker sues over fraud allegations

A 58-year-old disabled services advocate unsuccessfully prosecuted for fraud is seeking financial damages possibly in the millions of dollars from San Mateo County and the company which pays out its w...

Fatal bank accomplice acts out

The last accomplice in the fatal shooting of a Burlingame bank manager, Manny Liu, fought his formal sentencing yesterday so vocally that an exasperated judge threatened to silence his mouth with duct...

Hospital deal inked

The Peninsula Hospital Health Care District and Sutter Health announced a revised agreement yesterday to build a new Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame. The document is hundreds of pages thick, b...

Slain man�s seat empty for Bridges graduation

In a county drug rehab program graduation in Redwood City on Tuesday, Tim Griffith�s padded chair was left empty. Griffith, the Redwood City 21-year-old who was stabbed to death outside a San Franci...

Bulls batter and bruise

PAMPLONA, Spain � The seventh bull run at the annual Pamplona festival ended Wednesday with dozens of people battered and bruised and one man trampled after tripping in front of a pack of bulls. No o...

Chief justice Rehnquist in hospital

WASHINGTON � Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist has been hospitalized with a fever, a setback that fueled more retirement speculation about the 33-year veteran of the Supreme Court. The 80-year-old ...

Suicide car bomb kills 18 children

BAGHDAD � A suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers Wednesday. Parents heard the shattering explosion and raced out to the discover ...

Bush daughters back in spotlight

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania � In front of the television cameras, Jenna Bush listens silently to Tanzanian orphans who have been left by AIDS with no family. Across the continent in South Africa, twin sis...

Republicans nervously watching Rove

WASHINGTON � Republicans are nervously watching the fight over Karl Rove�s involvement in a news leak that exposed a CIA officer�s identity, fearing that President Bush�s chief adviser has become a m...

Walking the train tracks A man walking southbound on Caltrain tracks refused to step off the tracks and was detained by transit officers near the 100 block of California Drive in Millbrae around 8:40...

Kimiko Barbour/Daily Journal
Rowena Mazza comforts her daughter Serena Mazza, right, as she watches a television news report about her family�s stolen van.

A disabled 13-year-old Brisbane girl is hoping someone will spot her family�s stolen minivan and return her much-needed electric wheelchair and leg brace. On Saturday between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. the Ma...

It�s a good thing the home plate umpire didn�t ask Devyn Jackson�s opinion on his championship game-winning slide home. �I thought I was out,� Jackson said, referring to his one-out run home in the b...

NEW YORK � The NHL and the players� association reached an agreement in principle Wednesday on a six-year labor deal, ending a lockout that wiped out last season. The sides met for 24 hours starting...

Apparently the NHL lockout is all but over. The only thing left is to cross the �Ts� and dot the �Is� and hockey will be back on the ice in the fall. But leave it to Philadelphia Flyers center Jeremy...

RENO, Nev. � Philadelphia Flyers center Jeremy Roenick said Wednesday that he�s glad the NHL lockout is finally coming to an end even though the owners got the best deal and players will make less mo...

SAN FRANCISCO � Felipe Alou is growing tired of all the old-age references, and they�re not even directed at San Francisco�s 70-year-old skipper. Since the Giants� veteran roster was built over the w...

OAKLAND � The Oakland Athletics refused to rest on their recent surge, acquiring outfielder Jay Payton and pitchers Joe Kennedy and Jay Witasick on Wednesday in two All-Star break trades. Oakland tra...

LAS VEGAS � As the field of players was whittled to a few final tables in the World Series of Poker, some of the game�s top pros asserted themselves after days of playing patient, smart poker. Two o...

BRIANCON, France � Alexandre Vinokourov won Wednesday�s second Alpine stage of the Tour de France with a solo ascent over the race�s highest climb, and Lance Armstrong�s overall lead remained unchange...

SAN JOSE � Apple Computer Inc. saw sales jump 75 percent in its latest quarter � and net income more than quadruple � as sizzling sales of iPod music players led the company to what CEO Steve Jobs cal...

NEW YORK � Wall Street managed a modest advance Wednesday as investors concentrated on solid second-quarter earnings and shrugged off higher oil prices and a drop in petroleum reserves. Investors we...

Labor groups want to see donors backing union dues measure SACRAMENTO � Labor groups opposing a special election measure that would restrict the use of union dues are asking a state watchdog agency ...

LOS ANGELES � Politicians may be all worked up about the security implications of a Chinese oil company�s effort to buy an American one, but analysts say Unocal Corp.�s board is focused on dollars an...

Poll of the Day
Do you think gang violence will get worse this summer?

  
  
  
  
�2005 Daily Journal - San Mateo County's homepage