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1. 01-17 Rolling Blackouts Start San Francisco
01-26 Woman dies after dog attack Pacific Avenue and Fillmore Street, Pacific Heights
D. 04-06 PG&E files for bankruptcy PG&E
E. 10-05 Bonds breaks season record Pac Bell Park

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William Hewlett dead at 87  He was an engineer who co-founded Hewlett-Packard Co. in a garage in 1938 and pioneered Silicon Valley Rolling Blackouts Start


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.12  East Oakland  Officer killed by fellow police
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Jan.17   San Francisco  
  Stoplights went dark, store owners turned to pocket calculators, students were trapped on elevators.    Gov. Gray Davis declared a state of emergency. The outages affected 400,000 customers for between 60 and 90 min. at a time. The bl...
Jan.26   Pacific Heights  
  Two bull mastiffs from a neighbor's apartment attacked and killed 32-year-old woman
 The leashed dogs bolted from Marjorie Knoller's apartment, dragged her down the hallway and lunged for the victim's throat as she tried to open her front door. The animals mauled the woman for about 5 minutes before Knoller could pull them back into her apartment. The victim died at a hospital
Jan.30  San Jose  Columbine-style threat

February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  South San Jose  Skull belong to Xiana Fairchild

March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.9   Cisco Cisco cut 8,000 jobs
Mar.27   San Quentin Killer Executed

April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.6   PG&E   PG&E files for bankruptcy
  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.30  SF City Hall  City to pay for workers' sex-change

May 2001 ... more > Top ^
May.3  West Oakland  Big fire in residential neighborhood May.21  Pittsburg  4 killed in crash by drunk driver

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.4  Raiders  Rice going to Raiders Jun.19   Richmond   Boy mauled in pit bull attack  3 dogs savagely attacked Sean Jones, 8, ripping off both ears. He was in critical condition Jun.25  Redwood City  7-Alarm Fire in Downtown Jun.28   San Jose   Largest jackpot in history: $141M  Alcario Castellano, 66, claimed a $141 million lottery prize. He chose to take the money in a lump sum, $70 million

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.9  Foster City  Webvan closes, lay off 2,000 Jul.13  San Jose  3 years for Leo dog's killer Jul.26   HP HP cutting 6,000 jobs


August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3  Palo Alto  Body found of Stanford student Aug.6  Google  Google names E. Schmidt new CEO Aug.23  Cisco  Cisco announces reorganization Aug.30  Oakland  African elephant born at Zoo

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3   HP HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
Sep.8  SF Downtown  Japanese Foreign Minister apologized Sep.9   Bernal Heights 4 killed Sep.11   SFO     SFO bound plane has crashed  United Airlines Flight 93 from Newark had 38 passengers, 2 pilots and 5 flight attendants Sep.13   SFO SFO and SJC reopened Sep.20  UC Berkeley  Anti-War Rally Sep.22   SF Bayview 4 people dead at fire

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.5   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.7  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits No. 73 Oct.10   Stanford 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes Oct.12  San Francisco  Trial in dog mauling moved to LA Oct.17  Martinez  Cloud over refinery Oct.23   Apple     iPod: New digital music player
  The new MP3 player is a device with the size of a deck of cards, that can hold 1,000 songs
 It will take up to 10 seconds to download a CD of music via a FireWire link. The player will only work on Macs running operating systems and iTunes 2. The device only works one way, from a computer to the iPod, to discourage digital music piracy
Oct.24   BART BART strike averted  East Oakland  Triple Homicide Oct.28   South San Jose Police officer shot and killed

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Golden Gate Bridge     Possible Attack Planned for Bridges  Governor Davis has issued an alert that terrorists could try to destroy landmark California bridges Nov.6  HP  Founder family oppose Compaq deal Nov.11  SF City Hall  Public power measures defeated Nov.17   San Francisco Senator son fatally shot
Nov.26  San Ramon  Flight widow wants to hear recorder Nov.29   Richmond Chemical released from plant

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.4  Redwood City  ExciteAtHome will cease in February Dec.7   Livermore Baby girl found on doorstep
Dec.19  Giants  Bonds staying with SF Giants Dec.21   San Francisco Circus trainer acquitted Dec.24  SF Tenderloin  Up to 50 people displaced by fire


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Skull belong to Xiana Fairchild
Body found in jet's wheel well
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Store sells $89M lottery ticket
Yahoo! CEO to step down
Cisco cut 8,000 jobs
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April 2001
PG&E files for bankruptcy
City to pay for workers' sex-change
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Big fire in residential neighborhood
4 killed in crash by drunk driver
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Rice going to Raiders
Boy mauled in pit bull attack
Largest jackpot in history: $141M
7-Alarm Fire in Downtown
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3 years for Leo dog's killer
Webvan closes, lay off 2,000
HP cutting 6,000 jobs
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August 2001 Your ad is here
African elephant born at Zoo
Body found of Stanford student
Google names E. Schmidt new CEO
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Body found of Stanford student
Google names E. Schmidt new CEO
September 2001
Japanese Foreign Minister apologized
4 killed
4 people dead at fire
Anti-War Rally
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HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
SFO bound plane has crashed
SFO and SJC reopened
HP buying Compaq for $25 billion
October 2001
Bonds breaks season record
Bonds hits No. 73
Trial in dog mauling moved to LA
Cloud over refinery
Triple Homicide
iPod: New digital music player
Police officer shot and killed
2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes
iPod: New digital music player
November 2001
Possible Attack Planned for Bridges
Public power measures defeated
Senator son fatally shot
Flight widow wants to hear recorder
Chemical released from plant
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Founder family oppose Compaq deal
Founder family oppose Compaq deal
December 2001
Bonds staying with SF Giants
Circus trainer acquitted
Up to 50 people displaced by fire
Baby girl found on doorstep
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ExciteAtHome will cease in February
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SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2001
Jan.12  East Oakland  Officer killed by fellow police
Jan.17   San Francisco
  Stoplights went dark, store owners turned to pocket calculators, students were trapped on elevators.    Gov. Gray Davis declared a state of emergency. The outages affected 400,000 customers for between 60 and 90 min. at a time. The bl...
Jan.26   Pacific Heights   Woman dies after dog attack
Map of Pacific Avenue and Fillmore Street San Francisco
  Two bull mastiffs from a neighbor's apartment attacked and killed 32-year-old woman
 The leashed dogs bolted from Marjorie Knoller's apartment, dragged her down the hallway and lunged for the victim's throat as she tried to open her front door. The animals mauled the woman for about 5 minutes before Knoller could pull them back into her apartment. The victim died at a hospital
Feb.3  South San Jose  Skull belong to Xiana Fairchild May.3  West Oakland  Big fire in residential neighborhood May.21  Pittsburg  4 killed in crash by drunk driver Jun.19   Richmond Boy mauled in pit bull attack  3 dogs savagely attacked Sean Jones, 8, ripping off both ears. He was in critical condition Jun.25  Redwood City  7-Alarm Fire in Downtown Aug.3  Palo Alto  Body found of Stanford student Sep.11   SFO   SFO bound plane has crashed  United Airlines Flight 93 from Newark had 38 passengers, 2 pilots and 5 flight attendants Sep.22   SF Bayview 4 people dead at fire Oct.17  Martinez  Cloud over refinery Nov.26  San Ramon  Flight widow wants to hear recorder Nov.29   Richmond Chemical released from plant Dec.7   Livermore Baby girl found on doorstep Dec.24  SF Tenderloin  Up to 50 people displaced by fire



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2001 Aug.30  Oakland  African elephant born at Zoo Oct.10   Stanford 2 Bay Areans win Nobel prizes




SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Jun.4  Raiders  Rice going to Raiders Oct.5   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.7  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits No. 73 Dec.19  Giants  Bonds staying with SF Giants



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.12   Palo Alto William Hewlett dead at 87  He was an engineer who co-founded Hewlett-Packard Co. in a garage in 1938 and pioneered Silicon Valley Mar.9   Cisco Cisco cut 8,000 jobs
Apr.6   PG&E PG&E files for bankruptcy
  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...
Jun.28   San Jose Largest jackpot in history: $141M  Alcario Castellano, 66, claimed a $141 million lottery prize. He chose to take the money in a lump sum, $70 million Jul.9  Foster City  Webvan closes, lay off 2,000 Jul.26   HP HP cutting 6,000 jobs Aug.6  Google  Google names E. Schmidt new CEO Aug.23  Cisco  Cisco announces reorganization Sep.3   HP HP buying Compaq for $25 billion Sep.13   SFO SFO and SJC reopened Oct.23   Apple   iPod: New digital music player
  The new MP3 player is a device with the size of a deck of cards, that can hold 1,000 songs
 It will take up to 10 seconds to download a CD of music via a FireWire link. The player will only work on Macs running operating systems and iTunes 2. The device only works one way, from a computer to the iPod, to discourage digital music piracy
Oct.24   BART BART strike averted Nov.6  HP  Founder family oppose Compaq deal Nov.11  SF City Hall  Public power measures defeated Dec.4  Redwood City  ExciteAtHome will cease in February



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.30  San Jose  Columbine-style threat Mar.27   San Quentin Killer Executed
May.21  Pittsburg  4 killed in crash by drunk driver Jul.13  San Jose  3 years for Leo dog's killer Sep.9   Bernal Heights 4 killed Oct.12  San Francisco  Trial in dog mauling moved to LA Oct.24  East Oakland  Triple Homicide Oct.28   South San Jose Police officer shot and killed Nov.1   Golden Gate Bridge   Possible Attack Planned for Bridges  Governor Davis has issued an alert that terrorists could try to destroy landmark California bridges Nov.17   San Francisco Senator son fatally shot Dec.21   San Francisco Circus trainer acquitted



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.30  SF City Hall  City to pay for workers' sex-change Sep.8  SF Downtown  Japanese Foreign Minister apologized Sep.20  UC Berkeley  Anti-War Rally Nov.11  SF City Hall  Public power measures defeated