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  Nuclear laboratory close  Only top managers and essential workers on duty following the terrorist attacks in New York   New fire chief  Assistant Fire Chief Randall K. Bradley replaces laboratory chief emeritus John Sharry 83-year-old woman missing  She called the day before from Livermore to say she was lost Whistle-blower lawsuit settled  David Lappa said the lab retaliated for reporting plutonium-handling violations. Settlement worth $250,000   Week-long ban on flights  Ban on flights near Lawrence Lab will cost businesses money Convicted of threatening anthrax  C. Redden called the U.S. District Court in Oakland in 1999 and said anthrax had been released into the air conditioning system Kamena easily beat incumbent
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Light Bulb Inspires Party  Centennial celebration the 4-watt bulb. It is the longest-burning bulb in the world.   Bomb Squad Removes Explosives  A downtown building was evacuated after squad removed 50-year-old railroad explosives from a shop Supercomputer for nuclear safety
Plane Goes Off Runway Scientists Honored Spy-spotting software  Energy Department will have all e-mails scanned with new software CarsDirect buys Greenlight  Greenlight will go out of business and most of its remaining 75 employees in Livermore will lose jobs Man Shoots Wife, Kills Himself  Tony Tirri shuts his daughter in the garage and then shoot his wife. He telephoned police before killing himself Plan For Line to Livermore  BART officials will present a diesel rail system to be built instead of extending BART   Meningitis Cases Concern  2 students had been infected. Parents call doctors for antibiotics   Meningitis Kills Teenager


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  A blood infection triggered by the same bacteria that causes meningitis.


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August 2001 ... more > Top ^
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  Government researchers unveils world's most powerful $110 million computer called key to nuclear safety


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November 2001 ... more > Top ^
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  Marshall Kamena elected as mayor beating Cathie Brown
Nov.15   Norwegian resistance fighter dies  Per Kirkhorn, a fighter against the Nazis, has died of cancer. He was 84 Nov.27   Truck-stopping device demo  Gov. Gray Davis witnessed new technology to prevent the takeover of tanker trucks by terrorists Nov.30   Woman missing  58-year-old Jeanette Gray is missing

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6     Water Scare
  500,000-gallon tank was broken into, prompting fears of contamination Dec.7   Baby girl found on doorstep
  Man answered a knock on his door only to discover the newborn who was wrapped in two blankets
Dec.8   Top scientist to resign
  Controversial director C. Bruce Tarter led the weapons facility during the post Cold War transition
Dec.22   Dunken man flees police, hits deli  Eric Baum, 38, fleeing at high speed traffic stop lost control of car and rammed into a delicatessen




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Plane Goes Off Runway Man Shoots Wife, Kills Himself  Tony Tirri shuts his daughter in the garage and then shoot his wife. He telephoned police before killing himself   Meningitis Cases Concern  2 students had been infected. Parents call doctors for antibiotics   Meningitis Kills Teenager




Livermore, 2001 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Jan.5
Mar.18
Apr.14
Apr.17
  A blood infection triggered by the same bacteria that causes meningitis.
Sep.22   New fire chief  Assistant Fire Chief Randall K. Bradley replaces laboratory chief emeritus John Sharry Sep.29 83-year-old woman missing  She called the day before from Livermore to say she was lost Nov.30 Woman missing  58-year-old Jeanette Gray is missing Dec.7 Baby girl found on doorstep
  Man answered a knock on his door only to discover the newborn who was wrapped in two blankets




Livermore, 2001 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.9 Scientists Honored Jan.13 Spy-spotting software  Energy Department will have all e-mails scanned with new software Jun.8 Light Bulb Inspires Party  Centennial celebration the 4-watt bulb. It is the longest-burning bulb in the world. Aug.15 Supercomputer for nuclear safety
  Government researchers unveils world's most powerful $110 million computer called key to nuclear safety
Sep.11   Nuclear laboratory close  Only top managers and essential workers on duty following the terrorist attacks in New York Oct.4 Whistle-blower lawsuit settled  David Lappa said the lab retaliated for reporting plutonium-handling violations. Settlement worth $250,000 Nov.27 Truck-stopping device demo  Gov. Gray Davis witnessed new technology to prevent the takeover of tanker trucks by terrorists Dec.8 Top scientist to resign
  Controversial director C. Bruce Tarter led the weapons facility during the post Cold War transition




Livermore, 2001 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.31 CarsDirect buys Greenlight  Greenlight will go out of business and most of its remaining 75 employees in Livermore will lose jobs Apr.3 Plan For Line to Livermore  BART officials will present a diesel rail system to be built instead of extending BART Oct.4 Whistle-blower lawsuit settled  David Lappa said the lab retaliated for reporting plutonium-handling violations. Settlement worth $250,000 Oct.31   Week-long ban on flights  Ban on flights near Lawrence Lab will cost businesses money



Livermore, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Mar.18 Man Shoots Wife, Kills Himself  Tony Tirri shuts his daughter in the garage and then shoot his wife. He telephoned police before killing himself Jun.21   Bomb Squad Removes Explosives  A downtown building was evacuated after squad removed 50-year-old railroad explosives from a shop Nov.1 Convicted of threatening anthrax  C. Redden called the U.S. District Court in Oakland in 1999 and said anthrax had been released into the air conditioning system Dec.6   Water Scare  500,000-gallon tank was broken into, prompting fears of contamination Dec.22 Dunken man flees police, hits deli  Eric Baum, 38, fleeing at high speed traffic stop lost control of car and rammed into a delicatessen



Livermore, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Nov.7 Kamena easily beat incumbent
  Marshall Kamena elected as mayor beating Cathie Brown
Nov.15 Norwegian resistance fighter dies  Per Kirkhorn, a fighter against the Nazis, has died of cancer. He was 84