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One dead in accident involving bus  Woman is dead after an Alameda County Transit bus collided with her Jeep Cherokee. 7 more injured Matson moves from SF to Oakland Kaiser Center sold for $100 million  28-story tower has been sold to a Southern California company Summit Commercial Properties of Los Angeles Rally protests not just war, but its costs
3,400 new housing units Players a No-Show at Raiders Rally


January 2003 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.31  
  Raiders fans showed up, but the team was a no-show, at a rally to celebrate a championship season


March 2003 ... more > Top ^
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April 2003 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  
  Marchers gathered to protest that domestic programs will suffer as billions of dollars are spent on the war
Apr.12
Apr.26  
  Protestors marched on the City Hall to draw attention to the tactics police used to break up a April 7th anti-war protest
Apr.27   Died in two-alarm fire  Cause of death of Charles Allen, 74, will most likely be ruled asphyxiation with severe burns

May 2003 ... more > Top ^
May.9 Lightship might become state landmark May.15     Janitors stage one-night walkout  300 janitors staged a walkout as union leaders met with their employers to discuss rising health care costs May.27   Police Use Tear Gas to Break Up Carnival  About 50 officers had to work overtime to break up a public disturbance. Crowd began throwing objects at police May.29   In critical condition after shooting  1644 Catron Drive

June 2003 ... more > Top ^
Jun.25   Killed at restaurant  A shooting at a Chinese food restaurant resulted in the death of one person

July 2003 ... more > Top ^
Jul.7   2-alarm fire quickly extinguished  Firefighters extinguished a residential fire in about 15 minutes Jul.23   Deadly Shooting at Motel
  Someone knocked on the victim's door at the Economy Inn, and when the man when to answer it, he was shot and killed Jul.25   Armed robbery of Jack London Inn  Suspect allegedly entered the waterfront inn armed with a silver revolver Jul.29   Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute
  The city to close the Jack London Square Station after negotiations with the firefighters union broke down


August 2003 ... more > Top ^
Aug.25   Record heat
  Downtown Oakland's 91 degrees beat a 1993 record; Richmond's 91 broke the 1959 record of 87

September 2003 ... more > Top ^
Sep.12   Historic Sweet's Ballroom Reopens  Professor William Sweet created the place. For 17 years it was closed Sep.13   Man died after shooting
  A bullet struck man in the head across from a nightclub, which became the scene of a large fight and more gunfire Sep.30   Child Dies in hit-and-run
  A woman drove up on the sidewalk. One child was hit and killed, and another pedestrian was injured

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Oct.3   Ballet postpones performances  The new date scheduled for Oct. 10 through Oct. 12 at the Paramount Theatre, for Program II will be Nov. 7 Oct.6   Man found shot to death
  The shooting brings the total number of homicides so far in 2003 in Oakland to 98 Oct.29   Dean makes presidential campaign stop  Former Vermont Gov. is denouncing Bush's racial politics and raising money from supporters

December 2003 ... more > Top ^
Dec.30   11,000 customers without power
  Crews worked to repair downed power lines and other storm damage Dec.31   Man, 21, shot dead near Lake Merritt
  Bruno Basto, 21, was shot during a dispute with two men after exchanging racial epithets outside Kaiser Center




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One dead in accident involving bus  Woman is dead after an Alameda County Transit bus collided with her Jeep Cherokee. 7 more injured Elderly man in critical following crash Died in two-alarm fire  Cause of death of Charles Allen, 74, will most likely be ruled asphyxiation with severe burns 2-alarm fire quickly extinguished  Firefighters extinguished a residential fire in about 15 minutes Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute




Oakland Downtown, 2003 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Mar.11
Apr.12
Apr.27
Jul.7
Jul.29
  The city to close the Jack London Square Station after negotiations with the firefighters union broke down
Aug.25 Record heat
  Downtown Oakland's 91 degrees beat a 1993 record; Richmond's 91 broke the 1959 record of 87 Sep.30 Child Dies in hit-and-run  A woman drove up on the sidewalk. One child was hit and killed, and another pedestrian was injured Dec.30 11,000 customers without power  Crews worked to repair downed power lines and other storm damage



Oakland Downtown, 2003 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.31 Players a No-Show at Raiders Rally
  Raiders fans showed up, but the team was a no-show, at a rally to celebrate a championship season




Oakland Downtown, 2003 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2003 Jan.27 3,400 new housing units Mar.18 Matson moves from SF to Oakland Mar.19 Kaiser Center sold for $100 million  28-story tower has been sold to a Southern California company Summit Commercial Properties of Los Angeles May.15   Janitors stage one-night walkout  300 janitors staged a walkout as union leaders met with their employers to discuss rising health care costs Sep.12 Historic Sweet's Ballroom Reopens  Professor William Sweet created the place. For 17 years it was closed Oct.3 Ballet postpones performances  The new date scheduled for Oct. 10 through Oct. 12 at the Paramount Theatre, for Program II will be Nov. 7



Oakland Downtown, 2003 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2003 May.27 Police Use Tear Gas to Break Up Carnival  About 50 officers had to work overtime to break up a public disturbance. Crowd began throwing objects at police May.29 In critical condition after shooting  1644 Catron Drive Jun.25 Killed at restaurant  A shooting at a Chinese food restaurant resulted in the death of one person Jul.23 Deadly Shooting at Motel  Someone knocked on the victim's door at the Economy Inn, and when the man when to answer it, he was shot and killed Jul.25 Armed robbery of Jack London Inn  Suspect allegedly entered the waterfront inn armed with a silver revolver Sep.13 Man died after shooting  A bullet struck man in the head across from a nightclub, which became the scene of a large fight and more gunfire Sep.30 Child Dies in hit-and-run  A woman drove up on the sidewalk. One child was hit and killed, and another pedestrian was injured Oct.6 Man found shot to death  The shooting brings the total number of homicides so far in 2003 in Oakland to 98 Dec.31 Man, 21, shot dead near Lake Merritt
  Bruno Basto, 21, was shot during a dispute with two men after exchanging racial epithets outside Kaiser Center




Oakland Downtown, 2003 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2003 Apr.5 Rally protests not just war, but its costs
  Marchers gathered to protest that domestic programs will suffer as billions of dollars are spent on the war
Apr.26 Protest Over Police Tactics
  Protestors marched on the City Hall to draw attention to the tactics police used to break up a April 7th anti-war protest
May.9 Lightship might become state landmark Jul.29 Fire Station Shut Down in Dispute
  The city to close the Jack London Square Station after negotiations with the firefighters union broke down
Oct.29 Dean makes presidential campaign stop  Former Vermont Gov. is denouncing Bush's racial politics and raising money from supporters