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B. 01-03 Crews Search Marina for Laci Peterson Berkeley
C. 01-03 Steven Stayner's molester arrested Berkeley
3. 01-14 Schools hold teach-in against war in Iraq Oakland
E. 01-19 Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title Coliseum
01-26 Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl Raiders
6. 03-10 District to layoff hundreds of teachers Oakland
H. 04-07 Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally West Oakland
I. 05-01 Girl's body found behind restaurant Castro Valley
9. 05-05 Students barred from SARS areas UC Berkeley

Summary.     Click for More > District to layoff hundreds of teachers Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally Fallen lab official was espionage expert Girl's body found behind restaurant Students barred from SARS areas  The University will turn away new students from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong this summer State takes over Oakland schools  The state school superintendent appointed Dr. Randolph Ward as the district administrator Oracle offers $5.1 billion for PeopleSoft  Software maker is in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its competitors for $16 per share 2 small blasts near Chiron offices Animal Rights Group Claims Bombing Fires around Bay Area top 20,000 acres Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies 6-alarm fire Teenager dies after taking abortion pill A's clinched American League West title Homemade Device Explodes Riders innocent on 8 counts; mistrial Ask Jeeves Names New CEO Psychiatric Patient Killed Her Doctor
Crews Search Marina for Laci Peterson Steven Stayner's molester arrested Schools hold teach-in against war in Iraq Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title  Oakland wins over the Tennessee, getting 3 touchdown throws from 37-year-old Rich Gannon Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl
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  Crews Search Marina for Laci Peterson  Investigators took to the water for clues for a missing Modesto woman Steven Stayner's molester arrested  Kenneth Parnel was allegedly trying buy a child. He sexually tortured a boy whose story was turned into a TV movie Schools hold teach-in against war in Iraq  Daylong teach-in was criticized by some who noted that no one on the list of speakers supported Bush Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title


January 2003 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  Raiders QB Gannon Named MVP for NFL
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Jan.5  Bleach spill
Jan.9  Object found in Marina could be a body
Jan.11  Divers Find A Boat Anchor
Jan.12  Raiders silenced Jets 30-10 in Playoffs
Jan.13  Body Found in Recycling Bin
Jan.14  
 3 Kmarts to close
 Two Bodies Found in Oakland Estuary
Jan.17  Fire Department Reduces Staff
Jan.19  
  Oakland wins over the Tennessee, getting 3 touchdown throws from 37-year-old Rich Gannon
Jan.20  20 Arrested at Post-Game Celebrations Jan.26   Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl
  The Tampa Bay defense is returning 3 of a 5 five interceptions for touchdowns
 The Bucs is returning 3 of a record 5 interceptions for touchdowns and shutting down any hope the Oakland had of a late comeback. Jon Gruden at 39 became the youngest coach ever to win a Super Bowl
Crowds torch cars after game Jan.31  Man is Father of Boy Abandoned in Utah

February 2003 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  Marijuana author convicted Feb.2 4.2 earthquake
Feb.3 Jurors in pot case decry their own verdict Feb.7  Homicide at upscale Lake Merrit area Feb.13  Ordinance against loitering Feb.15  Airport evacuated due to irritant in air Feb.19  $11 million to settle Riders suits  2 died from shooting Feb.26  Students protest with race-based bake

March 2003 ... more > Top ^
Mar.7  91st Army Division Called to Duty Mar.10   District to layoff hundreds of teachers  The troubled School District voted to send about 1,000 district employees a warning that they may be laid off

April 2003 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  Rally protests not just war, but its costs Apr.7   Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally  Police were trying to clear protesters from an entrance to the docks. Several longshoremen were injured Apr.9  Mysterious double murder Apr.10  Sean Penn's car, with guns inside, stolen Apr.11   Fallen lab official was espionage expert  William Cleveland Jr resigned from counterespionage post after acknowledging an affair with a suspected Chinese agent Apr.17  Lab rolls out new radiation detectors Apr.20 Outfielder beaned in head with phone
 Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull Apr.26  Protest Over Police Tactics

May 2003 ... more > Top ^
May.1   Girl's body found behind restaurant  A victim from Mexico whose body was found inside a laundry bag was identified in 2006 as Yesenia Becerra Nungaray, 16 May.5  Three died after collision   Students barred from SARS areas
  The University will turn away new students from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong this summer
May.10  SARS countries students' ban eased May.11  Student fees increase held off for now May.13  Body Found in Lagoon May.14  Set of security keys lost May.15  Hundreds of Jobs Axed from Schools May.22  Shooting leaves 2 dead May.26  Three killed in traffic accident May.30  'Finding Nemo' released by Pixar May.31  Missing Oakland Woman Found

June 2003 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  PeopleSoft to buy J.D. Edwards for $1.7b   State takes over Oakland schools
  The state school superintendent appointed Dr. Randolph Ward as the district administrator
Jun.6   Oracle offers $5.1 billion for PeopleSoft
  Software maker is in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its competitors for $16 per share
Jun.10 $7 million lottery ticket Jun.16  New School Chief Walks the Halls Jun.21  Crash injured 6 people after sideshow Jun.22  4 men shot  2 police officers injured after crash

July 2003 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Mayor Fires City Manager Jul.2  Suspect dragged CHP officer with car Jul.3  Huge Fireworks Bust Jul.5  Security Breach Jul.8  Couple shot to death at home Jul.14  Rally to stop the violence Jul.15 Police Discover Pot Farm Behind Zoo
Jul.18  PeopleSoft completed J.D. Ed. Acquisition Jul.20 4 people killed within a 12-hour period Jul.23  BART service disrupted Jul.25  Bank robber shot, killed by 3 officers Jul.29 Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute

August 2003 ... more > Top ^
Aug.8  Family Thinks Tattoo Led to Son's Death Aug.10  Protesters oppose 'bunker busters'' Aug.14  Probable West Nile virus case Aug.20 Motorcycle Cop Hurt in Hit and Run Crash
Aug.25  Sharpton Rails Against Recall and Prop 54 Aug.26 Raiders' $34.2M judgment Aug.28   2 small blasts near Chiron offices  No injuries were reported in the blasts, which hit around 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Chiron makes vaccines and drugs White completes sprint double in France Aug.29   Animal Rights Group Claims Bombing  A little-known group calling itself 'Revolutionary Cells' claimed responsibility for bombing at Chiron   Fires around Bay Area top 20,000 acres  California Department of Forestry pushed back the containment estimate for 5 major fires and 5 smaller ones Aug.30 2-year-old girl and her mother abducted

September 2003 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1 Davis, Bustamante rally same crowd
Sep.3  2 homicides Sep.4 3.9 earthquake sent a sharp, short jolt  PeopleSoft foresees up to 1,000 job cuts Sep.9   Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95 Sep.11 Man killed while aiding shooting victim Sep.17   6-alarm fire  2 3-story apartment buildings that were under construction were completely gutted and at 3 other suffered damage  Murder-suicide Sep.21   Teenager dies after taking abortion pill
  18-year-old Holly Marie Patterson is the victim of complications after she took the abortion pill Sep.22 Man Accused of Beating Toddler to Death Sep.23   A's clinched American League West title  Oakland clinched 3rd league title in the past 4 years after winning 4-3 in the 10th inning over the Texas Rangers Sep.25 Berdahl stepping down as chancellor Sep.26   Homemade Device Explodes  An explosion brought federal agents to the scene. There was minor damage to the Shaklee Corporation headquarters Sep.29 SUV wreck on I-880 leaves 3 dead, 5 hurt Sep.30   Riders innocent on 8 counts; mistrial
  The jury found 3 ex-officers innocent on 8 counts and were hopelessly deadlocked on the remaining 27 charges

October 2003 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  Black Muslim Leader Dies of Cancer A's stun Red Sox in 12th inning
Oct.2  Kidnapped woman rescued after 11 days Oct.5 Davis, Feinstein, Boxer at labor rally Oct.6  Police shoot, kill suspect in his bed Red Sox advance to ALCS over A's Oct.20  KTVU's Fancher died from breast cancer Oct.21 City recorded 100th homicide of 2003 Oct.24  3 deaths bring homicides to 103

November 2003 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3   Ask Jeeves Names New CEO  Web search provider named its president, Steve Berkowitz, chief executive officer, effective Jan 1, 2004 Nov.4  Prosecutor will retry Riders  Marshall Kamena wins 2nd term as mayor Nov.7 Young woman elected homecoming king
Nov.9 Fire guts 9 homes Nov.11  Wounded Iraqi boy at Children's Hospital Nov.14  Weapons and Cars Seized in Crackdown Nov.21   Psychiatric Patient Killed Her Doctor   Investigators say they found Dr. Erlinda Ursua, 60, dead in her examination room. Police arrested Rene Pavon, 27 Nov.22  County finalizes, celebrates adoptions

December 2003 ... more > Top ^
Dec.2  Teen Shot and Killed Dec.12 2 children died in house fire
 Latino Boycott Closes Some Businesses Dec.17  Small quake shakes -- but few notice Dec.19 Mayor proposed sin taxes Dec.21 2-year-old girl died from beating Dec.27  Beef Stacking Up at Port Due to Mad Cow



  Crews Search Marina for Laci Peterson  Investigators took to the water for clues for a missing Modesto woman 4.2 earthquake Students barred from SARS areas




Alameda County, 2003 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2003
Jan.3
Jan.5  Bleach spill
Jan.9  Object found in Marina could be a body
Jan.11  Divers Find A Boat Anchor
Jan.14  Two Bodies Found in Oakland Estuary
Feb.2
Feb.15  Airport evacuated due to irritant in air
Apr.20  Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull
May.5  Three died after collision
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  The University will turn away new students from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong this summer
May.10  SARS countries students' ban eased May.13  Body Found in Lagoon May.26  Three killed in traffic accident May.31  Missing Oakland Woman Found Jun.21  Crash injured 6 people after sideshow Jun.22  2 police officers injured after crash Jul.5  Security Breach Jul.23  BART service disrupted Jul.29 Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute
Aug.8  Family Thinks Tattoo Led to Son's Death Aug.14  Probable West Nile virus case Aug.20 Motorcycle Cop Hurt in Hit and Run Crash Aug.29 Fires around Bay Area top 20,000 acres  California Department of Forestry pushed back the containment estimate for 5 major fires and 5 smaller ones Sep.4 3.9 earthquake sent a sharp, short jolt Sep.17 6-alarm fire  2 3-story apartment buildings that were under construction were completely gutted and at 3 other suffered damage Sep.21 Teenager dies after taking abortion pill
  18-year-old Holly Marie Patterson is the victim of complications after she took the abortion pill Sep.29 SUV wreck on I-880 leaves 3 dead, 5 hurt Oct.20  KTVU's Fancher died from breast cancer Nov.9 Fire guts 9 homes Nov.11  Wounded Iraqi boy at Children's Hospital Nov.21 Psychiatric Patient Killed Her Doctor   Investigators say they found Dr. Erlinda Ursua, 60, dead in her examination room. Police arrested Rene Pavon, 27 Dec.12 2 children died in house fire Dec.17  Small quake shakes -- but few notice



Alameda County, 2003 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.14 Schools hold teach-in against war in Iraq  Daylong teach-in was criticized by some who noted that no one on the list of speakers supported Bush Feb.26  Students protest with race-based bake Mar.10 District to layoff hundreds of teachers  The troubled School District voted to send about 1,000 district employees a warning that they may be laid off Apr.17  Lab rolls out new radiation detectors May.5 Students barred from SARS areas
  The University will turn away new students from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong this summer
May.10  SARS countries students' ban eased May.11  Student fees increase held off for now May.14  Set of security keys lost May.15  Hundreds of Jobs Axed from Schools Jun.2 State takes over Oakland schools
  The state school superintendent appointed Dr. Randolph Ward as the district administrator
Jun.16  New School Chief Walks the Halls Sep.9 Edward Teller, father of the H-bomb, dies
  Teller played a key role in U.S. defense and energy policies for more than half a century. He was 95 Sep.25 Berdahl stepping down as chancellor Nov.7 Young woman elected homecoming king



Alameda County, 2003 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.14  3 Kmarts to close Jan.17  Fire Department Reduces Staff Mar.10 District to layoff hundreds of teachers  The troubled School District voted to send about 1,000 district employees a warning that they may be laid off May.15  Hundreds of Jobs Axed from Schools May.30  'Finding Nemo' released by Pixar Jun.2  PeopleSoft to buy J.D. Edwards for $1.7b Jun.6 Oracle offers $5.1 billion for PeopleSoft
  Software maker is in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its competitors for $16 per share
Jun.10 $7 million lottery ticket Jul.18  PeopleSoft completed J.D. Ed. Acquisition Jul.23  BART service disrupted Sep.4  PeopleSoft foresees up to 1,000 job cuts Oct.20  KTVU's Fancher died from breast cancer Nov.3 Ask Jeeves Names New CEO  Web search provider named its president, Steve Berkowitz, chief executive officer, effective Jan 1, 2004 Dec.12  Latino Boycott Closes Some Businesses Dec.27  Beef Stacking Up at Port Due to Mad Cow



Alameda County, 2003 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.1  Raiders QB Gannon Named MVP for NFL Jan.12  Raiders silenced Jets 30-10 in Playoffs Jan.19 Raiders past Titans 41-24 for AFC title
  Oakland wins over the Tennessee, getting 3 touchdown throws from 37-year-old Rich Gannon
Jan.20  20 Arrested at Post-Game Celebrations Jan.26 Bucs rout Raiders 48-21 for Super Bowl
  The Tampa Bay defense is returning 3 of a 5 five interceptions for touchdowns
 The Bucs is returning 3 of a record 5 interceptions for touchdowns and shutting down any hope the Oakland had of a late comeback. Jon Gruden at 39 became the youngest coach ever to win a Super Bowl
Jan.26 Crowds torch cars after game Apr.20 Outfielder beaned in head with phone Aug.26 Raiders' $34.2M judgment Aug.28 White completes sprint double in France Sep.23 A's clinched American League West title  Oakland clinched 3rd league title in the past 4 years after winning 4-3 in the 10th inning over the Texas Rangers Oct.1 A's stun Red Sox in 12th inning Oct.6 Red Sox advance to ALCS over A's



Alameda County, 2003 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.3 Steven Stayner's molester arrested  Kenneth Parnel was allegedly trying buy a child. He sexually tortured a boy whose story was turned into a TV movie Jan.13  Body Found in Recycling Bin Jan.20  20 Arrested at Post-Game Celebrations Jan.26 Crowds torch cars after game
Jan.31  Man is Father of Boy Abandoned in Utah Feb.1  Marijuana author convicted Feb.3 Jurors in pot case decry their own verdict Feb.7  Homicide at upscale Lake Merrit area Feb.13  Ordinance against loitering Feb.19  $11 million to settle Riders suits Feb.19  2 died from shooting Apr.9  Mysterious double murder Apr.10  Sean Penn's car, with guns inside, stolen Apr.20 Outfielder beaned in head with phone May.1 Girl's body found behind restaurant  A victim from Mexico whose body was found inside a laundry bag was identified in 2006 as Yesenia Becerra Nungaray, 16 May.22  Shooting leaves 2 dead Jun.21  Crash injured 6 people after sideshow Jun.22  4 men shot Jun.22  2 police officers injured after crash Jul.2  Suspect dragged CHP officer with car Jul.3  Huge Fireworks Bust Jul.8  Couple shot to death at home Jul.14  Rally to stop the violence Jul.15 Police Discover Pot Farm Behind Zoo Jul.20 4 people killed within a 12-hour period Jul.25  Bank robber shot, killed by 3 officers Aug.20 Motorcycle Cop Hurt in Hit and Run Crash Aug.28 2 small blasts near Chiron offices  No injuries were reported in the blasts, which hit around 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Chiron makes vaccines and drugs Aug.29 Animal Rights Group Claims Bombing  A little-known group calling itself 'Revolutionary Cells' claimed responsibility for bombing at Chiron Aug.30 2-year-old girl and her mother abducted Sep.3  2 homicides Sep.11 Man killed while aiding shooting victim Sep.17  Murder-suicide Sep.22 Man Accused of Beating Toddler to Death Sep.26 Homemade Device Explodes  An explosion brought federal agents to the scene. There was minor damage to the Shaklee Corporation headquarters Sep.30 Riders innocent on 8 counts; mistrial  The jury found 3 ex-officers innocent on 8 counts and were hopelessly deadlocked on the remaining 27 charges Oct.2  Kidnapped woman rescued after 11 days Oct.6  Police shoot, kill suspect in his bed Oct.21 City recorded 100th homicide of 2003 Oct.24  3 deaths bring homicides to 103 Nov.4  Prosecutor will retry Riders Nov.14  Weapons and Cars Seized in Crackdown Nov.21 Psychiatric Patient Killed Her Doctor   Investigators say they found Dr. Erlinda Ursua, 60, dead in her examination room. Police arrested Rene Pavon, 27 Dec.2  Teen Shot and Killed Dec.21 2-year-old girl died from beating



Alameda County, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.14 Schools hold teach-in against war in Iraq  Daylong teach-in was criticized by some who noted that no one on the list of speakers supported Bush Jan.17  Fire Department Reduces Staff Feb.13  Ordinance against loitering Feb.19  $11 million to settle Riders suits Feb.26  Students protest with race-based bake Mar.7  91st Army Division Called to Duty Apr.5  Rally protests not just war, but its costs Apr.7 Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally  Police were trying to clear protesters from an entrance to the docks. Several longshoremen were injured Apr.11 Fallen lab official was espionage expert  William Cleveland Jr resigned from counterespionage post after acknowledging an affair with a suspected Chinese agent Apr.26  Protest Over Police Tactics May.5 Students barred from SARS areas
  The University will turn away new students from China, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong this summer
May.10  SARS countries students' ban eased Jun.2 State takes over Oakland schools
  The state school superintendent appointed Dr. Randolph Ward as the district administrator
Jul.1  Mayor Fires City Manager Jul.14  Rally to stop the violence Jul.29 Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute Aug.10  Protesters oppose 'bunker busters'' Aug.25  Sharpton Rails Against Recall and Prop 54 Sep.1 Davis, Bustamante rally same crowd Oct.1  Black Muslim Leader Dies of Cancer Oct.5 Davis, Feinstein, Boxer at labor rally Nov.4  Marshall Kamena wins 2nd term as mayor Nov.11  Wounded Iraqi boy at Children's Hospital Nov.22  County finalizes, celebrates adoptions Dec.12  Latino Boycott Closes Some Businesses Dec.19 Mayor proposed sin taxes