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B. 11-01 6 Shootings Mar Halloween Party SF Castro
11-01 Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens SF Mission
3. 11-02 War Protesters Swarm Streets SF Downtown
4. 11-07 Prince Pushes Environmental Aims SF Downtown
F. 11-12 Hospital workers ratify contract San Francisco
G. 11-14 Rolling Stones Attract Baby Boomers Pac Bell Park
7. 11-15 Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs SF City Hall
I. 11-16 School strike averted San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > War Protesters Swarm Streets Prince Pushes Environmental Aims  Prince of Wales focused on his environmental goals at a speech at the ferry building Teen Teller Arrested In Bank Heist Hospital workers ratify contract Rolling Stones Attract Baby Boomers  The Stones will be playing at SBC Park once more Tuesday night Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs School strike averted  The district and its workers have reached a tentative agreement regarding their contract dispute Bridge Toll Takers Don Bullet Proof Vests Robber Arrested After HIV Syringe Threat Schools Locked Down Following Murder Off-duty police officer opened fire Double Homicide Craigslist founder plans Net-based news Mayor Adds Cops to Stem Murders Large fight left one dead Police officer seriously hurt in hit and run Crabs Hit Market After Two-Week Delay  Crabbers in Bodega Bay, Half Moon Bay and San Francisco refused to lay their traps until they settled a price dispute Toll Taker Swapped Cash For Counterfeit UCSF Takes Aim At Alzheimer's Body Of Teen Found Near Bridge BALCO's Conte to begin prison term
6 Shootings Mar Halloween Party   Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens
Nov.1   SF Castro
  SF Mission
  Officials celebrated the opening of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Nov.2   SF Downtown
Nov.7   SF Downtown
Nov.8   Pleasant Hill
Nov.12   San Francisco
Nov.14   Pac Bell Park
Nov.15   SF City Hall
Nov.16   San Francisco
Nov.19   Golden Gate Bridge
Nov.21   San Francisco
Nov.22   San Francisco
  SF Mission
Nov.23   San Francisco
Nov.24   San Francisco
Nov.26   SF City Hall
Nov.27   San Francisco
Nov.28   San Francisco
Nov.29   Fishermans Wharf
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Nov.30   Golden Gate Bridge
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San Francisco
6 Shootings Mar Halloween Party
Man died after he was shot
Shooting left teenager dead
Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
One Dead In Shooting
3 Hit In Drive-By Shooting
Off-duty police officer opened fire
War Protesters Swarm Streets
Prince Pushes Environmental Aims
Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs
Pit Bull Ordinance Passes
Liquor stores ordinance introduced
City Police Chief Says City Short On Cops
New Director Named For de Young Museum
Liquor stores ordinance introduced
Crabs Hit Market After Two-Week Delay
Exploded Tank Did Not Belong In Area
Final Weekend Of Closures For 2005
Woman Dies in Residential Hotel Fire
Body Of Teen Found Near Bridge
6 Shootings Mar Halloween Party
Man died after he was shot
Shooting left teenager dead
Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
One Dead In Shooting
Off-duty police officer opened fire
Man died after he was shot
Shooting left teenager dead
Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
One Dead In Shooting
One Dead In Drive-By Shooting
49ers Lose 24-6 to Giants
49ers Lose To The Bears - 17 to 9
49ers Lose To The Seahawks 27 to 25
SF City Hall
Mayor Adds Cops to Stem Murders
Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs
Pit Bull Ordinance Passes
Liquor stores ordinance introduced
City Police Chief Says City Short On Cops
Liquor stores ordinance introduced
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Mayor Adds Cops to Stem Murders
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SF Mission
Shooting left teenager dead
Off-duty police officer opened fire
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Exploded Tank Did Not Belong In Area
Woman Dies in Residential Hotel Fire
Shooting left teenager dead
Off-duty police officer opened fire
Shooting left teenager dead
One Dead In Drive-By Shooting
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SF Downtown
Man died after he was shot
War Protesters Swarm Streets
Prince Pushes Environmental Aims
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Final Weekend Of Closures For 2005
Man died after he was shot
Man died after he was shot
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SF Bayview
Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
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Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
Convicted Rapist Killed
Killed in shooting
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6 Shootings Mar Halloween Party  Celebration was attended by an estimated 300,000 people   Controversial Stem Cell Center Opens


November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   SF Castro  
 San Francisco  4 radio stations sold
  SF Mission  
  Officials celebrated the opening of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine
  San Francisco Arrest In Burning Attack Of Homeless Man
  SF Mission Exploded Tank Did Not Belong In Area Nov.2   SF Downtown   War Protesters Swarm Streets  On the same day that 5 U.S. troops were killed in Iraq, 1,500 protestors demand the resignation of Bush Nov.3   San Francisco Parents Reunited With Toddler On Street   San Francisco Another Indictment In BALCO Scandal   San Francisco Drop in gay community meth use Nov.4   San Francisco 3 people shot   South of Market Final Weekend Of Closures For 2005 Nov.5   SF Mission Woman Dies in Residential Hotel Fire Nov.6  Candlestick  49ers Lose 24-6 to Giants Nov.7   SF Downtown   Prince Pushes Environmental Aims
  Prince of Wales focused on his environmental goals at a speech at the ferry building
  San Francisco Home Depot Debate Resumes Nov.8   Pleasant Hill   Teen Teller Arrested In Bank Heist  Samuel Espinosasetchko, 19, was arrested on suspicion of burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary Nov.10   San Francisco NRA Sues To Overturn SF Gun Ban  San Francisco  PlanetOut acquire Advocate and Out Nov.11   San Francisco Fisherman At Wharf To See Mooring Fee Nov.12   SF Tenderloin Man died after he was shot   San Francisco   Hospital workers ratify contract  Service workers at California Pacific Medical Center ended a 2-month-long strike Nov.13   SF Mission Shooting left teenager dead  49ers  49ers Lose To The Bears - 17 to 9 Nov.14   Pac Bell Park   Rolling Stones Attract Baby Boomers
  The Stones will be playing at SBC Park once more Tuesday night
  SF Bayview Convicted Rapist Killed   San Francisco 2 shootings left 3 people injured   SF Bayview Killed in shooting Nov.15   SF City Hall Pit Bull Ordinance Passes   SF City Hall Liquor stores ordinance introduced   SF City Hall   Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs  The board amended and passed the set of medical marijuana regulations, allowing nearly all of clubs to remain open   Golden Gate Park One Dead In Shooting Nov.16   San Francisco   School strike averted
  The district and its workers have reached a tentative agreement regarding their contract dispute
  San Francisco Muni Verdict Makes History Nov.17   San Francisco 3rd suspect arrested in burglary operation   SF Bayview 3 Hit In Drive-By Shooting   SF City Hall City Police Chief Says City Short On Cops  San Francisco  Condominiums to top Ghirardelli Square Nov.18   SF City Hall New Director Named For de Young Museum   San Francisco Median home price down to $614,000   SF Mission One Dead In Drive-By Shooting   San Francisco Man shot and killed Nov.19   Golden Gate Bridge   Bridge Toll Takers Don Bullet Proof Vests  Bullet resistant armored vests are at the same ballistic level that a police officer would wear  San Francisco  Jobless rate rose to 4.6% Nov.20  Candlestick  49ers Lose To The Seahawks 27 to 25 Nov.21  San Francisco  Grass and brush fire   San Francisco   Robber Arrested After HIV Syringe Threat  Jonathan Black, 24, robbed a Banana Republic store wielding a syringe he claimed was filled with HIV-positive blood  San Francisco  Grand Prix Bike Race Cancelled Nov.22   San Francisco   Schools Locked Down Following Murder  One van pulled up to another van and opened fire; the driver of the van was killed in the shooting   SF Mission   Off-duty police officer opened fire  The officer found the suspect in his personal vehicle and a confrontation took place Nov.23   San Francisco   Double Homicide  Across the street from a school where 30 students were attending an after-school program Nov.24   San Francisco   Craigslist founder plans Net-based news  Craig Newmark is working with other people on a new media Nov.25  San Francisco  Newsom, Feinstein Visit S.F. Sister City Nov.26   SF City Hall     Mayor Adds Cops to Stem Murders  30 additional officers have been put on patrol in hotspot areas, in addition to 15 officers who were due to return Nov.27   San Francisco   Large fight left one dead  A fight involving 10 to 20 people near the Ocean View Recreation Center killed Joel Orille, 18 Nov.28   San Francisco   Police officer seriously hurt in hit and run  29-year-old man driving on Potrero Avenue attempted to make unsafe left turn Nov.29   Fishermans Wharf   Crabs Hit Market After Two-Week Delay
  Crabbers in Bodega Bay, Half Moon Bay and San Francisco refused to lay their traps until they settled a price dispute
  San Francisco   Toll Taker Swapped Cash For Counterfeit  Maurice Grays' supervisors allegedly noticed counterfeit $100 in his cash bags   UCSF   UCSF Takes Aim At Alzheimer's  A new experimental treatment targets a protein known as amyloid that gunks up the brain Nov.30   Golden Gate Bridge   Body Of Teen Found Near Bridge  17-year-old Redwood City boy apparently jumped from the bridge about an hour earlier   San Francisco   BALCO's Conte to begin prison term  BALCO founder is to begin serving a 4-month sentence for orchestrating an illegal steroids distribution scheme  Barry Bonds  Report: Bonds to play for U.S. team