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Summary.     Click for More > Bonds hits No. 73  SF 2, LA 1. Barry Bonds is further extending the major league record Hundreds Protest for Peace Pelosi Elected Democratic Whip   Trial in dog mauling moved to LA  Judge said Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel probably couldn't get fair treatment in San Francisco Bay area Providian profit to plummet 75% Suspicious Letter 91% drop in profit Wells Fargo: 42% profit increase Bock to challenge Barbara Lee Chairman resigns at Providian Providian stock loses 59% Macromedia claims Photoshop patent Gay hero fought back at Flight 93 State of City address 300 disability activists block streets Dog Ordered Destroyed SF is finalist for Olympics  US Olympic Committee also chooses New York, Washington, and Houston for nomination to host 2012 games Ted Fang fired as Examiner editor UCSF planned biotech research hub Woman dies in apartment fire NextCard up for sale amid losses
  Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70  SF Giants, Houston, 10-2. Bonds has 3 games left to break the tie Bonds breaks season record
Oct.4   Giants
Oct.5   Pac Bell Park
  Barry Bonds break Mark McGwire single-season record, hitting 71st, 72nd homers as Giants get eliminated. LA 11, Giants 10.    The record-breaker came on a tailing fastball from Chan Ho Park and landed in right-cen...
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Oct.15   SF City Hall
Oct.16   Schwab
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Oct.28   SF Bayview
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1. 10-04 Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70 Giants
10-05 Bonds breaks season record Pac Bell Park
3. 10-07 Bonds hits No. 73 Pac Bell Park
E. 10-08 Hundreds Protest for Peace SF Downtown
F. 10-10 Pelosi Elected Democratic Whip San Francisco
G. 10-12 Trial in dog mauling moved to LA San Francisco
H. 10-18 Chairman resigns at Providian San Francisco
8. 10-26 SF is finalist for Olympics San Francisco



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San Francisco
Walkers Back Strolling
Premium office space could be empty
Four Seasons hotel opened
SF Presidio self-sufficient by 2013
$100 million short budget
91% drop in profit
Wells Fargo: 42% profit increase
NextCard up for sale amid losses
Hundreds Protest for Peace
Anti-Intolerance Campaign
$100 million short budget
State of City address
300 disability activists block streets
Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70
Bonds breaks season record
LA 6, Giants 2
Bonds hits No. 73
49ers 24, Panthers 14
Homerun #73 May End Up in Court
14,000 at breast cancer walk
Pursuit of MUNI Coach
Suspicious Letter
Cab driver shot but OK
Shooting
SF Downtown
Premium office space could be empty
Four Seasons hotel opened
NextCard up for sale amid losses
Hundreds Protest for Peace
300 disability activists block streets
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SF City Hall
$100 million short budget
Anti-Intolerance Campaign
State of City address
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Suspicious Letter
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Bonds breaks season record
LA 6, Giants 2
Bonds hits No. 73
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Pursuit of MUNI Coach
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October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1   SF Bayview
 Golden Gate Bridge  Walkers Back Strolling
 San Francisco  Sharon Stone hospitalized
Oct.2   San Francisco
 San Francisco  Internet filters banned at libraries
Oct.3  SF Downtown  Premium office space could be empty
 SF Downtown  Four Seasons hotel opened
Oct.4  SF Presidio  SF Presidio self-sufficient by 2013
  Giants  
  SF Giants, Houston, 10-2. Bonds has 3 games left to break the tie
Oct.5   San Francisco Witness to slaying is shot dead
  Pac Bell Park     Bonds breaks season record
  Barry Bonds break Mark McGwire single-season record, hitting 71st, 72nd homers as Giants get eliminated. LA 11, Giants 10
 The record-breaker came on a tailing fastball from Chan Ho Park and landed in right-center. Many in the crowd of 41,730 stayed for the postgame ceremony, despite the late hour
Oct.6  San Francisco  Potrero power plant voted out  Pac Bell Park  LA 6, Giants 2 Oct.7   Pac Bell Park     Bonds hits No. 73
  SF 2, LA 1. Barry Bonds is further extending the major league record
  Candlestick 49ers 24, Panthers 14 Oct.8   SF Downtown     Hundreds Protest for Peace  Protesters decry the U.S. air strikes and chant anti-war slogans Oct.9  San Francisco  S.F. General gets $10 million grant   San Francisco Sharon Stone released from hospital  San Francisco  Bonds' ex-wife entitled half of homes Oct.10   San Francisco     Pelosi Elected Democratic Whip  Congresswoman was elected to the number-two position in the Democratic House leadership Oct.11   BART Union is against BART offer  SF City Hall  $100 million short budget  Pac Bell Park  Homerun #73 May End Up in Court  SF City Hall  Anti-Intolerance Campaign Oct.12   San Francisco     Trial in dog mauling moved to LA
  Judge said Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel probably couldn't get fair treatment in San Francisco Bay area
  San Francisco   Providian profit to plummet 75%  Providian Financial warns deteriorating loan portfolio will hurt third-quarter earnings  SF Bayview  Pursuit of MUNI Coach Oct.13  San Francisco  US Flag torched  San Francisco  Terrorist Scare at Alcatraz Oct.14  San Francisco  People displaced by 3-alarm fire Oct.15   SF City Hall     Suspicious Letter  Envelope, addressed to the Mayor's office, is leaking white powder  Bernal Heights  Shooting Oct.16   Schwab   91% drop in profit  Customer trading activity fell to its lowest in 3 years. Company earned $13 million in third-quarter   Wells Fargo   Wells Fargo: 42% profit increase  Bank cashed in on a home lending boom thanks to falling interest rates  San Francisco  New harbormaster  SF Presidio  Presidio Endowment Suggested Oct.17   San Francisco   Bock to challenge Barbara Lee  Former state Rep. Audie Bock hopes to unseat the only member of Congress to oppose President Bush  San Francisco  Propane Tank Fire Guts Home Oct.18   San Francisco   Chairman resigns at Providian  Shailesh Mehta was replaced by board member J. David Grissom. Mehta will relinquish the CEO job  San Francisco  Debt forces closure of nonprofit Oct.19   San Francisco   Providian stock loses 59%  Investors react to a company shakeup  San Francisco  Alcatraz Evacuated   San Francisco   Macromedia claims Photoshop patent  Macromedia alleges that the technology behind Adobe Photoshop and GoLive was patented by Macromedia in 1998 Oct.21  San Francisco  $650,000 year for shopping carts Oct.22   San Francisco   Gay hero fought back at Flight 93  Mark Bingham is believed to be one of those who fought the terrorists and caused the plane to crash into a field  San Francisco  Gay men in S.F. less afraid of HIV   SF City Hall     State of City address  Mayor Willie Brown wants to switch its from dot-coms and tourism to biotechnology  SF City Hall  Disabled Rights Activists Block City Hall Oct.23   SF Downtown   300 disability activists block streets  Disability rights activists blocked off an entire block with wheelchairs, protesting the renovation of a nursing home  San Francisco  Broker pleads guilty to wire fraud Oct.24   San Francisco Fan sues ownership of Bonds ball  San Francisco  Michael Fox at fund-raiser Oct.25   San Francisco     Dog Ordered Destroyed  Hera is the second dog involved in a fatal attack on Diane Whipple   SF Downtown Pacific Exchange to be automated   UCSF Scientists get $1.6 million in grants   San Francisco Struck and killed by car Oct.26   San Francisco   SF is finalist for Olympics
  US Olympic Committee also chooses New York, Washington, and Houston for nomination to host 2012 games
  San Francisco Increase of syphilis   San Francisco   Ted Fang fired as Examiner editor  Florence Fang will take over as SF Examiner editor and publisher, job of her son   Bay Bridge 2 people safe after boat sinks   SF Sunset Struck and killed by Muni Oct.27   San Francisco Low scores at school run by for-profit Oct.28   SF Bayview   UCSF planned biotech research hub  Genentech Hall is the city's new economic hope   Golden Gate Park 14,000 at breast cancer walk   USF USF Law School gets $3.25M grant   SF Downtown Bookstore named city landmark Oct.29   San Francisco Crime drops   San Francisco 2 gunshot victims Oct.30   SF Downtown Bus driver who was hit by bus   San Francisco City must allow write-ins during runoffs   San Francisco     Woman dies in apartment fire  Firefighter was also injured in a 2-alarm 12-unit 3-story apartment fire east of Twin Peaks   Wells Fargo Financial literacy program in schools   SF Downtown City shots down TODCO project   San Francisco Toy executive dies Oct.31   SF Downtown   NextCard up for sale amid losses  Shares plunged $4.29, or 80%. Bank examiners uncovered bad loans and declared NextCard undercapitalized   SF Downtown Last BoA executive leaves SF   San Francisco George Lucas sues porn film maker   San Francisco Man hit by car