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5-alarm fire caused $100,000 in damage  The fire started in the kitchen of the Camrahn's Bay Restaurant on the first floor, then spread to the 2nd and 3rd floors SEC: charges against Franklin Resources Pleads guilty to mailing anthrax threat Roddick outlasts Fish in Siebel Open  Roddick wins his first title of 2004 with a thrilling 7-6 (13), 6-4 victory Suspect knocked over First Republic Bank City change tune over karaoke booths  In January, council members imposed a temporary ban on private booths in the clubs Man stabbed his estranged wife to death  Lawrence May, 49, left the child custody meeting and attacked Sharon May, 40 Hit by Caltrain Family of 5 injured 22-year-old man stabbed High school student diagnosed with TB  The Aragon High School student had likely been carrying a dormant form of the disease in his body for years Tom Siebel steps down as CEO
High school breaks own charity record Private-room karaoke banned  Police have reported problems ranging from alcohol violations to prostitution to shootings Hometown MVP Celebrated


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  Tom Brady, the 26-year-old quarterback for the Patriots, was guiding his team to victory in Super Bowl 38
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  Tom Siebel is turning the reins over to Michael Lawrie, IBM Corp.'s former head of sales


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  Federal officials reluctant to reveal details of their ongoing investigation into the theft
Jul.8   Man fatally shot  Officers arrived to find 30-year-old Wei Cheng Ma in front of a karaoke club suffering from at least one gunshot wound Jul.9   Fugitive in double-murder arrested  Emile Fort, 23, is a fugitive sought in a 6-month old San Francisco double homicide and suspected of killing a baby Jul.11     FasTrak Expands on Bridge  If commuters signed up for Fastrak, they'll be able to get across the bridge faster

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Aug.3 Franklin settles for $50 million Aug.21 House fire alarmed airport officials Aug.23 Schools Ban Camera Phones Aug.25 Crossing Guard Foils Kidnap Attempt

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Sep.3 Grass fire near PG&E substation
Sep.7   2 Thrown into Bay in Bridge Crash
  The Coast Guard was desperately searching for a 4-year-old boy. One adult and one child were rescued
Sep.8   CHP: driver unlicensed; boy missing  CHP is considering criminal charges against two sets of parents because neither youngster was strapped into the child seat Sep.28 Turner to provide content for startup Sep.30   Arrested in connection with firearms theft
  38-year-old Arthur Gates was arrested in connection with the theft of 127 firearms from a storage locker in Millbrae


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Oct.11   2-alarm fire burns residence  The fire broke out around 9 p.m. Oct.16   Walk to raise breast cancer awareness  Bay Area residents walking from San Mateo to SF packed up their digs at Coyote Point Recreation Center Oct.31   College Expands Biotech Training Program
  Skyline College of San Mateo plans to expand its bio-manufacturing education

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Nov.8   Apartment complex fire displaces 3  The fire in the two-story building left a man and his two adult sisters without a home Nov.9   Tires slashed of 50 cars
  Someone began slashing tires in the area around 10 p.m. Nov.14   Fatal shooting
  24-year-old Jaime Meza was shot around 12:45 a.m. in his car behind the Marina Plaza Shopping Center Nov.21     Possible mountain lion sightings  Early morning reports have prompted an official warning for residents of San Mateo and Belmont Nov.25   Suicidal woman closed bridge  The bridge was closed for an hour and a half while police attempted to persuade the woman to leave her vehicle




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5-alarm fire caused $100,000 in damage  The fire started in the kitchen of the Camrahn's Bay Restaurant on the first floor, then spread to the 2nd and 3rd floors Hit by Caltrain Family of 5 injured High school student diagnosed with TB  The Aragon High School student had likely been carrying a dormant form of the disease in his body for years Man threatened to jump off bridge House fire alarmed airport officials Grass fire near PG&E substation 2 Thrown into Bay in Bridge Crash




San Mateo, 2004 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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  The Coast Guard was desperately searching for a 4-year-old boy. One adult and one child were rescued
Sep.8 CHP: driver unlicensed; boy missing  CHP is considering criminal charges against two sets of parents because neither youngster was strapped into the child seat Oct.11 2-alarm fire burns residence  The fire broke out around 9 p.m. Oct.16 Walk to raise breast cancer awareness  Bay Area residents walking from San Mateo to SF packed up their digs at Coyote Point Recreation Center Nov.8 Apartment complex fire displaces 3  The fire in the two-story building left a man and his two adult sisters without a home Nov.21   Possible mountain lion sightings  Early morning reports have prompted an official warning for residents of San Mateo and Belmont Nov.25 Suicidal woman closed bridge  The bridge was closed for an hour and a half while police attempted to persuade the woman to leave her vehicle



San Mateo, 2004 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.6 High school breaks own charity record Apr.28 High school student diagnosed with TB  The Aragon High School student had likely been carrying a dormant form of the disease in his body for years Aug.23 Schools Ban Camera Phones Oct.31 College Expands Biotech Training Program  Skyline College of San Mateo plans to expand its bio-manufacturing education



San Mateo, 2004 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Feb.10 SEC: charges against Franklin Resources
May.3 Tom Siebel steps down as CEO
  Tom Siebel is turning the reins over to Michael Lawrie, IBM Corp.'s former head of sales
Jul.11   FasTrak Expands on Bridge  If commuters signed up for Fastrak, they'll be able to get across the bridge faster Aug.3 Franklin settles for $50 million Sep.28 Turner to provide content for startup



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2004 Feb.2 Hometown MVP Celebrated
  Tom Brady, the 26-year-old quarterback for the Patriots, was guiding his team to victory in Super Bowl 38
Feb.15 Roddick outlasts Fish in Siebel Open  Roddick wins his first title of 2004 with a thrilling 7-6 (13), 6-4 victory Oct.16 Walk to raise breast cancer awareness  Bay Area residents walking from San Mateo to SF packed up their digs at Coyote Point Recreation Center



San Mateo, 2004 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.21 Private-room karaoke banned  Police have reported problems ranging from alcohol violations to prostitution to shootings Feb.10 Pleads guilty to mailing anthrax threat Feb.19 Suspect knocked over First Republic Bank Mar.26 Man stabbed his estranged wife to death  Lawrence May, 49, left the child custody meeting and attacked Sharon May, 40 Apr.22 22-year-old man stabbed Jun.29 3 gang-related shootings Jul.7   200 pounds of high explosives stolen
  Federal officials reluctant to reveal details of their ongoing investigation into the theft
Jul.8 Man fatally shot  Officers arrived to find 30-year-old Wei Cheng Ma in front of a karaoke club suffering from at least one gunshot wound Jul.9 Fugitive in double-murder arrested  Emile Fort, 23, is a fugitive sought in a 6-month old San Francisco double homicide and suspected of killing a baby Aug.25 Crossing Guard Foils Kidnap Attempt Sep.8 CHP: driver unlicensed; boy missing  CHP is considering criminal charges against two sets of parents because neither youngster was strapped into the child seat Sep.30 Arrested in connection with firearms theft
  38-year-old Arthur Gates was arrested in connection with the theft of 127 firearms from a storage locker in Millbrae
Nov.9 Tires slashed of 50 cars  Someone began slashing tires in the area around 10 p.m. Nov.14 Fatal shooting  24-year-old Jaime Meza was shot around 12:45 a.m. in his car behind the Marina Plaza Shopping Center



San Mateo, 2004 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Jan.6 High school breaks own charity record Mar.4 City change tune over karaoke booths  In January, council members imposed a temporary ban on private booths in the clubs