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Summary.     Click for More > PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy  Utility awarded 6,000 bonuses and raises to mid-level managers and other employees hours before filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy timed to shift blame RSA Conference Protestors Tell China to Back Off Mayor Welcomes New Daughter Lawyers can't afford attorney Sumatran tiger dies at Zoo Gunman Robs Pot Club Fire Displaced Up to 100 people  Red Cross sheltering displaced from a 4 alarm fire at 1011 Howard St. PG&E demanded no regulation Robbery Suspect Killed by Police Wells Fargo meets expectations Barry Bonds' 500th home run Strikers arrested LA 10, Giants 1 PG&E has 10,000 creditors  Company owes $9 billion Chicago 11, Giants 2 Sunday Chronicle freshens design City to pay for workers' sex-change  The Board of Supervisors voted to provide up to $50,000 to city workers who want to switch their gender
Cesar Chavez Parade Doggie Diner sign dives Supervisor Apologizes To Brown PG&E files for bankruptcy
Apr.1   SF Downtown
  SF Sunset
Apr.6   SF City Hall
  PG&E
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit.    Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the thi...
Apr.7   PG&E
Apr.8   PG&E
  SF Downtown
Apr.9   SF Downtown
  SF City Hall
Apr.12   San Francisco
  SF Zoo
Apr.14   SF Richmond
Apr.15   SF Downtown
  PG&E
  Oakland
Apr.17   Wells Fargo
  Pac Bell Park
Apr.18   San Francisco
Apr.19   Pac Bell Park
Apr.26   PG&E
Apr.29   Pac Bell Park
  SF Chronicle
Apr.30   SF City Hall



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San Francisco, April 2001, Location by Topic
Location Crime Sports Politics Business Accidents Baseball
San Francisco
Hall of Justice Gas Leak
Gunman Robs Pot Club
Dog Mauling Suspects Evicted
Giants 6, A's 3
Giants 3, San Diego 2
Giants 8, San Diego 7
Giants 8, San Diego 2
Barry Bonds' 500th home run
Giants 5, Los Angeles 4
LA 10, Giants 1
Giants 6, Milwaukee 3
Chicago 11, Giants 2
Cesar Chavez Parade
Run-In To Anger Mayor
Daly's No Big Worry For Mayor
Supervisor Apologizes To Brown
Protestors Tell China to Back Off
Mayor Welcomes New Daughter
Women's Summit
City to pay for workers' sex-change
Price Soaring for Bridge Project
RSA Conference
Wells Fargo meets expectations
Schwab meets expectations
Sunday Chronicle freshens design
Doggie Diner sign dives
Hall of Justice Gas Leak
Sumatran tiger dies at Zoo
Race Ends in Passenger's Death
Fire Displaced Up to 100 people
Truck slid down an embankment
Giants 6, A's 3
Giants 3, San Diego 2
Giants 8, San Diego 7
Giants 8, San Diego 2
Barry Bonds' 500th home run
Giants 5, Los Angeles 4
LA 10, Giants 1
Giants 6, Milwaukee 3
Chicago 11, Giants 2
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Giants 3, San Diego 2
Giants 8, San Diego 7
Giants 8, San Diego 2
Barry Bonds' 500th home run
Giants 5, Los Angeles 4
LA 10, Giants 1
Chicago 11, Giants 2
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Giants 3, San Diego 2
Giants 8, San Diego 7
Giants 8, San Diego 2
Barry Bonds' 500th home run
Giants 5, Los Angeles 4
LA 10, Giants 1
Chicago 11, Giants 2
SF Downtown
Hall of Justice Gas Leak
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Cesar Chavez Parade
Protestors Tell China to Back Off
Women's Summit
RSA Conference
Hall of Justice Gas Leak
Fire Displaced Up to 100 people
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SF City Hall Your ad is here Your ad is here
Supervisor Apologizes To Brown
Mayor Welcomes New Daughter
City to pay for workers' sex-change
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West San Francisco
Gunman Robs Pot Club
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Doggie Diner sign dives
Race Ends in Passenger's Death
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Cesar Chavez Parade  Enthusiastic crowd shows support for unions and Latino pride Doggie Diner sign dives  Famous sign took a nosedive after high winds ripped the 500 pound dog head off its pole Daly's No Big Worry For Mayor   Supervisor Apologizes To Brown  Chris Daly walked a hand-written note over to Mayor's office PG&E files for bankruptcy


April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1   SF Downtown  
 San Francisco  Couple ask for lower bail
  SF Sunset  
 Giants  Giants 6, A's 3
Apr.2  Pac Bell Park  Giants 3, San Diego 2
Apr.3  SF City Hall  Run-In To Anger Mayor
 San Francisco  Restaurant sues City
 SF Downtown  Hall of Justice Gas Leak
Apr.4  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, San Diego 7
Apr.5   SF City Hall
 Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, San Diego 2
Apr.6   SF City Hall  
  PG&E  
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit
 Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. PG&E has 15 days to complete its bankruptcy paperwork. The governor called the decision 'a real slap in the face to California'
  Bay Bridge Price Soaring for Bridge Project
Apr.7   PG&E   PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy
  Utility awarded 6,000 bonuses and raises to mid-level managers and other employees hours before filing for Chapter 11
Apr.8   PG&E   Bankruptcy timed to shift blame  PG&E insiders say the bankruptcy filing was timed to put maximum blame on Gov. Davis   SF Downtown   RSA Conference  250 security companies exhibit to 10,000 people   San Francisco Rents coming down   San Francisco To preserve immigrants barracks Apr.9   SF Downtown   Protestors Tell China to Back Off  Chinese-American Freedom Forum protesters have called on China to back off on the spy plane standoff   SF City Hall     Mayor Welcomes New Daughter  Parents of a baby girl, Sydney Brown, are Willie Brown, 67, and Carolyn Carpeneti. The mayor already has 3 grown children   San Francisco Bankruptcy Court for PG&E Apr.10   San Francisco Mother of killed by dogs sue Apr.11   San Francisco AIDS drug ads Apr.12   San Francisco Convicted in Pink Tarantula killing   San Francisco     Lawyers can't afford attorney  2 lawyers charged in the fatal dog mauling say they can't afford their attorney   SF Zoo   Sumatran tiger dies at Zoo  The 10-year-old male has died apparently of an intestinal disorder. There are only 400 Sumatran tigers   SF Sunset Race Ends in Passenger's Death Apr.14   SF Richmond   Gunman Robs Pot Club  A gunman threated to shoot employees and escaped with $8,000 cash and $12,000 worth of marijuana from display cases  Danville  Football imposter arrested   San Francisco 2-Alarm Fire on Fillmore Street Apr.15   SF Downtown   Fire Displaced Up to 100 people
  Red Cross sheltering displaced from a 4 alarm fire at 1011 Howard St.
  PG&E   PG&E demanded no regulation  Company asks to be cut free from regulation and be allowed huge rate increases, 2 weeks before negotiations broke off   Oakland   Robbery Suspect Killed by Police  Wells Fargo Bank robbery suspect died after a confrontation with police at the end of a high-speed chase   Golden Gate Bridge Truck slid down an embankment   Pacific Heights Dog Mauling Suspects Evicted Apr.16   San Francisco PG&E eliminates CEO's bonus Apr.17   Wells Fargo   Wells Fargo meets expectations  Company earns $1.2 billion in first quarter, a 12% increase from the same time last year   Schwab Schwab meets expectations   Pac Bell Park     Barry Bonds' 500th home run  Giants 3, Los Angeles 2   SF Downtown Women's Summit Apr.18   San Francisco   Strikers arrested  17 strikers were arrested in the 3rd day of strikes on 9 California hospitals. They were blocking access to the facility  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, Los Angeles 4   SF Downtown Survivors commemorate 1906 Apr.19   Pac Bell Park   LA 10, Giants 1  Gagne scattered 7 hits over 8 innings Apr.21  Pac Bell Park  Giants 6, Milwaukee 3 Apr.22  Pac Bell Park  Giants 6, Milwaukee 4 Apr.25   San Francisco Teens score $2,500 awards   San Francisco Person Shot  Pac Bell Park  Cincinnati 7, Giants 5 Apr.26   PG&E   PG&E has 10,000 creditors
  Company owes $9 billion
  San Francisco 3rd man in tourist killing surrenders   San Francisco Drive-by shooting injures 3  Pac Bell Park  Cincinnati 7, Giants 5 Apr.27   Ingleside Man Shot in Playground  Pac Bell Park  Chicago 7, Giants 3   San Francisco First black public defender died   San Francisco Rally for Fallen Biker Apr.28  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, Chicago 0   Martinez Resident received $9,700 PG&E bill Apr.29   South of Market 3,000 Customers Without Power   Pac Bell Park   Chicago 11, Giants 2  Aybar allowed 2 hits over 5 innings and Sosa and Buford each homered and drove in 3 runs   SF Chronicle   Sunday Chronicle freshens design  Edition features two new sections, Living and Insight, that will focus on health, relationships and local trends Apr.30   SF City Hall   City to pay for workers' sex-change
  The Board of Supervisors voted to provide up to $50,000 to city workers who want to switch their gender
  SF Chronicle SF Chronicle and KTVU form alliance   SF Downtown Fire Burns Telegraph Hill Home