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Summary.     Click for More > Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps  Michael Block had been suspended for allegedly possessing child pornography at his home and at work
Apple introduces revamped iMac Hall of Justice evacuated after explosion 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally  Predominantly pro-Palestinians gathered for a march and rally protesting war, racism and poverty Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax First Lady campaigns for Bill Simon Pro-Israel Marchers Take to Market Street Half million turn out for gay pride parade Robertson Stephens bank closed Rally in support of longshoremen Reopening of historic Union Square Low-flying plane circling over Boy, 8, wounded in drive-by shooting Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club Passenger tossed off cable car operator Daring Diamond Heist in Union Square 10th anniversary of Critical Mass  Bicyclists, stilt-walkers, and roller-skaters filled the streets in celebration of the city's first Car-Free Day Thousands rally for peace  Protesters jammed Union Square, proclaiming their opposition to a potential war with Iraq Hundreds try to block federal building Giuliani visits North Beach 3 hit-and-run accidents by one suspect   42,000 anti-war protesters
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  Thousands of demonstrators from California and across the West gathered here to protest a potential war against Iraq
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B. 01-07 Apple introduces revamped iMac SF Downtown
C. 02-06 Hall of Justice evacuated after explosion South of Market
3. 04-20 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally SF Downtown
4. 06-23 Pro-Israel Marchers Take to Market Street SF Downtown
F. 07-25 Reopening of historic Union Square SF Downtown
G. 09-27 10th anniversary of Critical Mass SF Downtown
7. 10-06 Thousands rally for peace SF Downtown
10-26 42,000 anti-war protesters SF Downtown
J. 12-07 Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps South of Market




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Apple introduces revamped iMac  Flat-screen 15-inch display, faster processor and a new look Bonds, Burnett carry Olympic Torch Hall of Justice evacuated after explosion  small bomb exploded in a first floor men's bathroom. It was placed in a paper dispenser Package shuts down federal building Antiwar protesters march Pacific Stock Exchange closes Dead infant found 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.4  Rescued from burning building
Jan.7  
Jan.9  Al Gore at biotech conference
Jan.16  Downed wires slow MUNI service
Jan.18
Jan.19  24-hour bus service on El Camino Real
Jan.21  Freedom March Honors King
 Chinese Herb Burglaries
Jan.25  Pinned under MUNI bus
Jan.28  Boxer with Clinton raised $400,000
 Stabbed multiple times
Jan.31  Ballet began its 69th season
 Union Protest at Transbay Terminal


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.5  Robbery at jewelry store
Feb.6  
Feb.7
Feb.16  Rally against detainees' treatment
Feb.19  54-year-old woman found dead
Feb.20  Hustler Club Raises Controversy
 Jewel Heist
Feb.22  Third SF Jewel Heist This Month
Feb.23
Feb.24  200,000 join Chinese New Year Parade
Feb.25  Intel Developer Forum


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  1-alarm fire displaced 10
Mar.7  Gov. Davis came to Embarcadero
Mar.9  9-year-old and 22-month-old missing
Mar.12  Prisoner at large
Mar.14  Chicago curator to head SFMOMA
Mar.16  2-alarm blaze
Mar.19  BART shut down; white powder found
Mar.20  Rape of prostitute
 Bank robbery
Mar.27  Girl sexually assaulted by 4 men


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1
Apr.4  Hillary endorses Davis re-election bid
Apr.10  Arrests Outside Israeli Consulate
 Body pulled out of bay
Apr.14  Passenger tumbled 50 feet from off-ramp
Apr.15  Stabbing
Apr.17  Man waving handgun surrrenders
Apr.20  
  Predominantly pro-Palestinians gathered for a march and rally protesting war, racism and poverty
Apr.21   Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax   U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case expected to resolve how the Fior d'Italia pays Social Security taxes on employees' tips Apr.26 Crime boss of racketeering convicted

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.2 China's VP welcomed by Brown
May.5 Thousands celebrate Cinco de Mayo May.12 Mother of two killed, father arrested May.18  Firefighters saved 84-year-old man May.19 75,000 runners at Bay to Breakers race  Memorial For Homeless May.22  Person stabbed May.24 Cable car line shut down May.28 Light rail extension project starts  High-speed chase reached 110 mph May.29  Police Commission meeting

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2 Hotel fire leaves 100 homeless
Jun.7  Fire damaged several rooms Jun.8  Supervisor Chris Daly arrested Jun.12   First Lady campaigns for Bill Simon  Laura Bush made a visit to liberal city to whip up support for GOP gubernatorial candidate Jun.14 Officer shot man with knife $6 million violin be played regularly Jun.21 Yoko Ono art exhibition opens Jun.23   Pro-Israel Marchers Take to Market Street  Israel supporters and a handful of pro-Palestinian counterprotestors had a brief clash Jun.28  Rally Supports Pledge of Allegiance Jun.30   Half million turn out for gay pride parade  Thousands of rainbows celebrate diversity and progress during the city's 32nd annual gay pride parade

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2  Illegal fireworks found Jul.13   Robertson Stephens bank closed  Robertson chief executive John Conlin's news to employees spelled the end of one of the original Four Horsemen Jul.15 Ground broken on new federal building
Jul.21  New Housing Complex For Homeless Jul.24   Rally in support of longshoremen  The International Longshore and Warehouse Union is holding a rally in support of the 10,500 longshoremen Jul.25   Reopening of historic Union Square  Ribbon-cutting ceremony and a variety of musical and theater performances after $25 million project Jul.27     Low-flying plane circling over  Some office workers got a bit of a scare.The pilot had obtained permission ahead of time to conduct a photo shoot  Man drowned himself Jul.28 Thousands of runners at Marathon Jul.29   Boy, 8, wounded in drive-by shooting
  Boy was standing on the sidewalk when he was hit by gunfire being exchanged between two moving cars Man attempted to kidnap 13-year-old girl

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  Arrested man suspected of killing Aug.4 Man stabbed 4 people
Aug.5   Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital  A man is in custody for allegedly running a red light and causing an auto accident Aug.7   Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club  Vice President is to address a crowd of about 500 on national security and economic issues  2-alarm fire at 4 story residential hotel Aug.8  2 hospitalized after MUNI bus crash Aug.12 Homicide Aug.18  Man tries to push 2 people over railing Aug.25  2-alarm fire at high-rise building

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3  Computer glitch had MUNI to standstill Sep.6  Davis signed four pro-choice bills   Passenger tossed off cable car operator  Operator was attacked by a passenger he reprimanded for boarding the vehicle before it stopped Sep.11  Firefighters Renew Dedication to Public Sep.13   Daring Diamond Heist in Union Square  Robbers, dressed up as UPS deliverymen, used a stun gun to disable an employee, then took a bag of diamonds and fled Sep.19 Police Chief arrests burglary suspect
Sep.20  Magic Johnson opened AIDS clinic Sep.25  Car ended up submerged in Bay Sep.27   10th anniversary of Critical Mass
  Bicyclists, stilt-walkers, and roller-skaters filled the streets in celebration of the city's first Car-Free Day
 Mexican Consulate gets own building

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  Opera forecasts $7.7 million deficit Oct.6 Driver charged with attempted murder  Hi Quoc Troung convicted of slaying   Thousands rally for peace
  Protesters jammed Union Square, proclaiming their opposition to a potential war with Iraq
Oct.10 Stabbed to death in shopping center Oct.11   Hundreds try to block federal building  Anti-war protesters are chanting 'No War in Iraq' and beating on drums. At least 20 were arrested Oct.14   Giuliani visits North Beach  Former NY Mayor is stumping for the GOP underdog candidate for governor Bill Simon Oct.22   3 hit-and-run accidents by one suspect  He's believed to have caused a multiple-car accident in which one person died and a car exploded in flames Oct.26     42,000 anti-war protesters
  Thousands of demonstrators from California and across the West gathered here to protest a potential war against Iraq
 Powell St. Cable Cars Replaced by Buses Thousands gather to cheer the Giants

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2  2 Measures Generate Protest March Nov.10  Veterans Day parade

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.7   Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps
  Michael Block had been suspended for allegedly possessing child pornography at his home and at work
Dec.9  Stabbing at United Nations Plaza Dec.10  2 arrested following 120 mph chase Dec.14  Photo exhibition addresses human rights Dec.20  Motorcyclist crashed into parked car  Pedestrian killed by taxicab Dec.23  Sexual assault Dec.24  Squad car rear-ended during pursuit Dec.25 Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib  FAO Schwarz leaving Union Square Dec.26 Massive water main break



Package shuts down federal building Dead infant found Cable car line shut down Hotel fire leaves 100 homeless   Low-flying plane circling over  Some office workers got a bit of a scare.The pilot had obtained permission ahead of time to conduct a photo shoot Accident sent 2 police officers to hospital  A man is in custody for allegedly running a red light and causing an auto accident Driver charged with attempted murder 3 hit-and-run accidents by one suspect  He's believed to have caused a multiple-car accident in which one person died and a car exploded in flames Policeman kills self on Hall of Justice steps




San Francisco Downtown, 2002 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.4  Rescued from burning building
Jan.16  Downed wires slow MUNI service
Jan.25  Pinned under MUNI bus
Feb.7
Mar.4  1-alarm fire displaced 10
Mar.9  9-year-old and 22-month-old missing
Mar.16  2-alarm blaze
Mar.19  BART shut down; white powder found
Apr.1
Apr.14  Passenger tumbled 50 feet from off-ramp
May.18  Firefighters saved 84-year-old man
May.24
Jun.2
Jun.7  Fire damaged several rooms
Jul.27
Jul.27  Man drowned himself
Aug.5
Aug.7  2-alarm fire at 4 story residential hotel
Aug.8  2 hospitalized after MUNI bus crash
Aug.25  2-alarm fire at high-rise building
Sep.20  Magic Johnson opened AIDS clinic
Sep.25  Car ended up submerged in Bay
Oct.6
Oct.22
Dec.7
  Michael Block had been suspended for allegedly possessing child pornography at his home and at work
Dec.10  2 arrested following 120 mph chase Dec.20  Motorcyclist crashed into parked car Dec.20  Pedestrian killed by taxicab Dec.26 Massive water main break




San Francisco Downtown, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.18 Bonds, Burnett carry Olympic Torch
May.19 75,000 runners at Bay to Breakers race Jul.28 Thousands of runners at Marathon Sep.27 10th anniversary of Critical Mass
  Bicyclists, stilt-walkers, and roller-skaters filled the streets in celebration of the city's first Car-Free Day
Oct.26 Thousands gather to cheer the Giants



San Francisco Downtown, 2002 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.7 Apple introduces revamped iMac
  Flat-screen 15-inch display, faster processor and a new look Jan.19  24-hour bus service on El Camino Real Jan.31  Ballet began its 69th season Jan.31  Union Protest at Transbay Terminal Feb.20  Hustler Club Raises Controversy Feb.24  200,000 join Chinese New Year Parade Feb.25  Intel Developer Forum Mar.14  Chicago curator to head SFMOMA Mar.20 Pacific Stock Exchange closes Apr.21 Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax   U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case expected to resolve how the Fior d'Italia pays Social Security taxes on employees' tips May.28 Light rail extension project starts Jun.14 $6 million violin be played regularly Jun.21 Yoko Ono art exhibition opens Jun.30 Half million turn out for gay pride parade  Thousands of rainbows celebrate diversity and progress during the city's 32nd annual gay pride parade Jul.13 Robertson Stephens bank closed  Robertson chief executive John Conlin's news to employees spelled the end of one of the original Four Horsemen Jul.15 Ground broken on new federal building Jul.21  New Housing Complex For Homeless Jul.24 Rally in support of longshoremen  The International Longshore and Warehouse Union is holding a rally in support of the 10,500 longshoremen Sep.3  Computer glitch had MUNI to standstill Sep.20  Magic Johnson opened AIDS clinic Oct.3  Opera forecasts $7.7 million deficit Oct.26  Powell St. Cable Cars Replaced by Buses Nov.10  Veterans Day parade Dec.25  FAO Schwarz leaving Union Square



San Francisco Downtown, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.21  Chinese Herb Burglaries Jan.28  Stabbed multiple times Feb.5  Robbery at jewelry store Feb.6 Hall of Justice evacuated after explosion
  small bomb exploded in a first floor men's bathroom. It was placed in a paper dispenser Feb.19  54-year-old woman found dead Feb.20  Jewel Heist Feb.22  Third SF Jewel Heist This Month Mar.12  Prisoner at large Mar.20  Rape of prostitute Mar.20  Bank robbery Mar.27  Girl sexually assaulted by 4 men Apr.10  Body pulled out of bay Apr.15  Stabbing Apr.17  Man waving handgun surrrenders Apr.26 Crime boss of racketeering convicted May.12 Mother of two killed, father arrested May.22  Person stabbed May.28  High-speed chase reached 110 mph May.29  Police Commission meeting Jun.8  Supervisor Chris Daly arrested Jun.14 Officer shot man with knife Jul.2  Illegal fireworks found Jul.29 Boy, 8, wounded in drive-by shooting  Boy was standing on the sidewalk when he was hit by gunfire being exchanged between two moving cars Jul.29 Man attempted to kidnap 13-year-old girl Aug.2  Arrested man suspected of killing Aug.4 Man stabbed 4 people Aug.12 Homicide Aug.18  Man tries to push 2 people over railing Sep.6 Passenger tossed off cable car operator  Operator was attacked by a passenger he reprimanded for boarding the vehicle before it stopped Sep.13 Daring Diamond Heist in Union Square  Robbers, dressed up as UPS deliverymen, used a stun gun to disable an employee, then took a bag of diamonds and fled Sep.19 Police Chief arrests burglary suspect Oct.6 Driver charged with attempted murder Oct.6  Hi Quoc Troung convicted of slaying Oct.10 Stabbed to death in shopping center Oct.22 3 hit-and-run accidents by one suspect  He's believed to have caused a multiple-car accident in which one person died and a car exploded in flames Dec.9  Stabbing at United Nations Plaza Dec.23  Sexual assault Dec.24  Squad car rear-ended during pursuit



San Francisco Downtown, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.9  Al Gore at biotech conference Jan.21  Freedom March Honors King Jan.28  Boxer with Clinton raised $400,000 Feb.16  Rally against detainees' treatment Feb.23 Antiwar protesters march
Mar.7  Gov. Davis came to Embarcadero Mar.14  Chicago curator to head SFMOMA Apr.4  Hillary endorses Davis re-election bid Apr.10  Arrests Outside Israeli Consulate Apr.20 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally
  Predominantly pro-Palestinians gathered for a march and rally protesting war, racism and poverty
May.2 China's VP welcomed by Brown May.5 Thousands celebrate Cinco de Mayo May.19  Memorial For Homeless May.29  Police Commission meeting Jun.12 First Lady campaigns for Bill Simon  Laura Bush made a visit to liberal city to whip up support for GOP gubernatorial candidate Jun.23 Pro-Israel Marchers Take to Market Street  Israel supporters and a handful of pro-Palestinian counterprotestors had a brief clash Jun.28  Rally Supports Pledge of Allegiance Jun.30 Half million turn out for gay pride parade  Thousands of rainbows celebrate diversity and progress during the city's 32nd annual gay pride parade Jul.21  New Housing Complex For Homeless Jul.24 Rally in support of longshoremen  The International Longshore and Warehouse Union is holding a rally in support of the 10,500 longshoremen Jul.25 Reopening of historic Union Square  Ribbon-cutting ceremony and a variety of musical and theater performances after $25 million project Aug.7 Cheney addresses Commonwealth Club  Vice President is to address a crowd of about 500 on national security and economic issues Sep.6  Davis signed four pro-choice bills Sep.11  Firefighters Renew Dedication to Public Sep.19 Police Chief arrests burglary suspect Sep.27  Mexican Consulate gets own building Oct.6 Thousands rally for peace
  Protesters jammed Union Square, proclaiming their opposition to a potential war with Iraq
Oct.11 Hundreds try to block federal building  Anti-war protesters are chanting 'No War in Iraq' and beating on drums. At least 20 were arrested Oct.14 Giuliani visits North Beach  Former NY Mayor is stumping for the GOP underdog candidate for governor Bill Simon Oct.26   42,000 anti-war protesters
  Thousands of demonstrators from California and across the West gathered here to protest a potential war against Iraq
Nov.2  2 Measures Generate Protest March Nov.10  Veterans Day parade Dec.14  Photo exhibition addresses human rights Dec.25 Church served 2,000 pounds of prime rib