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    1. A man found dead at the base of a 30-foot cliff in South San Francisco after he was chased there and shot at Tuesday was identified Thursday as a 22-year-old San Francisco man.

    2. A man found dead at the base of a 30-foot cliff in South San Francisco Tuesday afternoon was shot at by suspects who chased him there from San Francisco on Monday night, according to police.

    3. A man found dead at the base of a 30-foot cliff in South San Francisco after he was chased there and shot at Tuesday was identified today as a 22-year-old San Francisco man.

    4. Several communities must make do with their current water supplies for the next few days as crews from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission work to repair a 54-inch pipeline that broke and leaked nearly 15 million gallons in San Bruno.

    5. South SF: Man found dead at cliff base identified

      Concord TranscriptJul 30 12:42 PM

      SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO - A man found dead at the base of a 30-foot cliff in South San Francisco after he was chased there and shot at Tuesday was identified today as a 22-year-old San Francisco man.

    6. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO -- A man was found dead at the bottom of a 30 foot cliff Tuesday, one day after police were called to a shooting along the same road that initially did not appear to result in any injuries.

    7. A man found dead Tuesday at the base of a 30-foot cliff in South San Francisco after he was chased there and shot at was identified Wednesday as a 22-year-old San Francisco man.

    8. A man was found dead at the bottom of a 30 foot cliff Tuesday, one day after police were called to a shooting along the same road that initially did not appear to result in any injuries.

    9. Money can't bring back the people who died, or heal the trauma of fleeing from a neighborhood-engulfing fireball. But San Bruno leaders hope it can build some kind of positive legacy from the horrifying 2010 pipeline explosion that leveled a hilltop community.

    10. Opinion - ContraCostaTimes.com

      Lamorinda SunJul 29 02:06 PM

      Should PG&E be able to write off its $1.6 billion fine for the San Bruno fire as a tax deduction? The potential destruction without clear justification and oversight should be challenged by city leaders, environmentalists and the state Public Utilities Commission.

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