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03-02 Report: Bonds received steroids San Francisco
2. 03-07 37-year-old elephant euthanized SF Zoo
3. 03-09 Students Protest After Sports Eliminated Richmond
E. 03-11 Court blocks gay marriage San Francisco
F. 03-26 Son of former police chief arrested again San Francisco

  Report: Bonds received steroids
Possible shootings on freeways climb to 10 Map of Interstate 680 Walnut Creek


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Mar.1   Highway 680  
  2 men allegedly shot at a vehicle on I-680 in Walnut Creek. In the other incident, the window of a car on I-680 shattered


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Mar.2   San Francisco  
  According to a newspaper report, Greg Anderson, gave the players the drugs from the Laboratory Co-Operative
  Redwood City Judge: jurors will hear wiretap evidence  San Francisco  2 stabbed in murder-suicide

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Mar.3   Contra Costa County   Wal-Mart survives move to block stores  Residents voted down Measure L to block big box stores that also sell groceries from entering unincorporated areas  San Jose Downtown  2 men on bicycles killed in street by car

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Mar.4   Redwood City     Jury selection begins in Peterson trial  The slow-motion process of choosing the people began when 200 potential jurors answered extensive questionnaires   Santa Clara Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser
 San Francisco  Suicide jump sets off huge freeway crash

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Mar.5  San Francisco  Fagan Sr. declared 'factually innocent'  San Francisco  Friends Blame Police for Bystander Death

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Mar.6   Stanford Washington ends undefeated dreams
 East Oakland  Police officer shot during struggle  San Jose Downtown  Police killed despondent man

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Mar.7   SF Zoo     37-year-old elephant euthanized
  Staff veterinarians euthanized a female Asian elephant named Calle because of her deteriorating health


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Mar.8  Santa Rosa  Gang-related homicide

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Mar.9   Richmond   Students Protest After Sports Eliminated
  Students in West Contra Costa County walked out to protest the potential elimination of all high school sports programs
 San Jose City Hall  City agrees to recognize gay marriages

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Mar.10   Lafayette   Rip-Off Nanny Spotted  Police think that Mariana Monticalvo has stolen $100,000 from people in 5 Bay Area counties

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Mar.11   San Francisco   Court blocks gay marriage
  The state Supreme Court ordered an immediate halt to same-sex weddings in San Francisco
  Redwood City Two-thirds of potential jurors dismissed  Oracle  Quarterly profit improves by 11%

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Mar.12  SF City Hall  Gay couples left at altar

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Mar.14  East Oakland  Sex Offender: Public Should Not Fear Him

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Mar.15   San Francisco   9th Straight Day of Record Temps  San Francisco was at 81 degrees, breaking the all-time record for March 15th of 80 degrees set in 1972

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Mar.16   South San Jose Sex Offender Moves to San Jose


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Mar.18  Napa  Searches find crashed plane

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Mar.19  SF Downtown  Hundreds march to protest Iraq war

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Mar.20   Marin County   Founder of PowerBar Dies at 51  Brian Maxwell, 51, the founder of the popular energy bar, died after collapsing at a post office  South San Jose  Teen fatally stabbed in confrontation   SF Downtown   Anti War Protestors Take to Streets  A march, marking the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, started as a rally then a march to the Civic Center   Stanford   Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama  Grunfeld missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Cardinal became the first No. 1 seed to exit the NCAA, 70-67  Concord  Twin brothers shot, one killed

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Mar.21   SF Downtown 100 people arrested in 2 days of protests
  Oakland Abbey: Final Mass Before Shutting Down

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Mar.23  Oakland  Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat

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Mar.24  Alviso  Died after being trapped underwater

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Mar.25  SF Bayview  Dies in 4th gun killing this week

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Mar.26   San Francisco     Son of former police chief arrested again
  Alex Fagan Jr., the son of Alex Fagan Sr., was allegedly getting into a drunken argument with his father
 San Jose  Car crashes into stroller, toddler killed

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Mar.27  Vallejo  School superintendent put on leave

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Mar.28   SF Bayview Fifth killing in 6 days  San Francisco  Former fish processing building burned

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Mar.29   Half Moon Bay 2 bodies found on county beaches
 San Jose  Store owners charged with tax evasion  San Francisco  Kerry at fund-raiser

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Mar.30   SF City Hall   Former SFPD chief Fagan Sr. retires  Alex Fagan Sr. retired as the city's emergency services director as new details surfaced about his actions at an Arizona hotel  Redwood City  Defense accuses retiree of lying  Antioch  Woman killed in confrontation with burglar

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Mar.31  Google  Google to offer free e-mail  SF City Hall  Navy reaches deal with city


San Francisco Bay Area in March 2004 , Location by Topic
Location Crime Politics Accidents Business Sports
San Francisco
Police: dent. assistant made bomb threats
2 stabbed in murder-suicide
Fagan Sr. declared 'factually innocent'
100 people arrested in 2 days of protests
Dies in 4th gun killing this week
Son of former police chief arrested again
Fifth killing in 6 days
Fagan Sr. declared 'factually innocent'
Court blocks gay marriage
Gay couples left at altar
Hundreds march to protest Iraq war
Anti War Protestors Take to Streets
100 people arrested in 2 days of protests
Kerry at fund-raiser
Former SFPD chief Fagan Sr. retires
Suicide jump sets off huge freeway crash
Friends Blame Police for Bystander Death
38-year-old elephant to be euthanized
37-year-old elephant euthanized
9th Straight Day of Record Temps
Former fish processing building burned
District proposing fare increases
Report: Bonds received steroids
Niners release Garcia, Stone
49ers deal disgruntled Owens to Ravens
East Bay
Possible shootings on freeways climb to 10
Suspected of killing mother of his child
Police officer shot during struggle
Shot by police
Rip-Off Nanny Spotted
Sex Offender: Public Should Not Fear Him
Twin brothers shot, one killed
Woman killed in confrontation with burglar
Students Protest After Sports Eliminated
Second Chance to Save Sports, Libraries
Abbey: Final Mass Before Shutting Down
Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat
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Wal-Mart survives move to block stores
Ask Jeeves acquires Interactive Search
Employees reached agreement with Port
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San Jose
Police killed despondent man
Sex Offender Moves to San Jose
Teen fatally stabbed in confrontation
Store owners charged with tax evasion
City agrees to recognize gay marriages
2 men on bicycles killed in street by car
4-alarm fire at Victorian home
Died after being trapped underwater
Car crashes into stroller, toddler killed
Free wireless Internet in public spaces
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Contra Costa County
Possible shootings on freeways climb to 10
Suspected of killing mother of his child
Rip-Off Nanny Spotted
Twin brothers shot, one killed
Woman killed in confrontation with burglar
Students Protest After Sports Eliminated
Second Chance to Save Sports, Libraries
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Wal-Mart survives move to block stores
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Alameda County
Police officer shot during struggle
Suspected of shooting at fellow driver
Sex Offender: Public Should Not Fear Him
Abbey: Final Mass Before Shutting Down
Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat
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Ask Jeeves acquires Interactive Search
Employees reached agreement with Port
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Redwood City
Defense challenges jurors hear wiretap
Judge: jurors will hear wiretap evidence
Jury selection begins in Peterson trial
Two-thirds of potential jurors dismissed
Defense accuses retiree of lying
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Oakland
Police officer shot during struggle
Report: janitor assaulted student
Sex Offender: Public Should Not Fear Him
Abbey: Final Mass Before Shutting Down
Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat
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Employees reached agreement with Port
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West Santa Clara County Your ad is here
Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser
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First-quarter revenue outlook narrowed
Google to offer free e-mail
Washington ends undefeated dreams
Defeat in West Coast Conf. semifinals
Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama
Walnut Creek Concord Pleasant Hill
Possible shootings on freeways climb to 10
Suspected of killing mother of his child
Shot by police
Twin brothers shot, one killed
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SF Bay Area, March 2004 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Mar.3  San Jose Downtown  2 men on bicycles killed in street by car
Mar.4  San Francisco  Suicide jump sets off huge freeway crash
Mar.5  San Francisco  Friends Blame Police for Bystander Death
Mar.7   SF Zoo
  Staff veterinarians euthanized a female Asian elephant named Calle because of her deteriorating health
Mar.15   San Francisco 9th Straight Day of Record Temps  San Francisco was at 81 degrees, breaking the all-time record for March 15th of 80 degrees set in 1972 Mar.18  Napa  Searches find crashed plane Mar.24  Alviso  Died after being trapped underwater Mar.26  San Jose  Car crashes into stroller, toddler killed Mar.28  San Francisco  Former fish processing building burned Mar.29   Half Moon Bay 2 bodies found on county beaches




SF Bay Area, March 2004 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.7   SF Zoo   37-year-old elephant euthanized
  Staff veterinarians euthanized a female Asian elephant named Calle because of her deteriorating health
Mar.9   Richmond Students Protest After Sports Eliminated
  Students in West Contra Costa County walked out to protest the potential elimination of all high school sports programs
Mar.27  Vallejo  School superintendent put on leave



SF Bay Area, March 2004 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.3   Contra Costa County Wal-Mart survives move to block stores  Residents voted down Measure L to block big box stores that also sell groceries from entering unincorporated areas Mar.11  Oracle  Quarterly profit improves by 11% Mar.20   Marin County Founder of PowerBar Dies at 51  Brian Maxwell, 51, the founder of the popular energy bar, died after collapsing at a post office Mar.31  Google  Google to offer free e-mail



SF Bay Area, March 2004 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.2   San Francisco   Report: Bonds received steroids
  According to a newspaper report, Greg Anderson, gave the players the drugs from the Laboratory Co-Operative
Mar.6   Stanford Washington ends undefeated dreams Mar.20   Stanford Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama  Grunfeld missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Cardinal became the first No. 1 seed to exit the NCAA, 70-67



SF Bay Area, March 2004 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.1   Highway 680 Possible shootings on freeways climb to 10
Map of Interstate 680 Walnut Creek
  2 men allegedly shot at a vehicle on I-680 in Walnut Creek. In the other incident, the window of a car on I-680 shattered
Mar.2   Redwood City Judge: jurors will hear wiretap evidence Mar.2  San Francisco  2 stabbed in murder-suicide Mar.4   Redwood City   Jury selection begins in Peterson trial  The slow-motion process of choosing the people began when 200 potential jurors answered extensive questionnaires Mar.5  San Francisco  Fagan Sr. declared 'factually innocent' Mar.6  East Oakland  Police officer shot during struggle Mar.6  San Jose Downtown  Police killed despondent man Mar.8  Santa Rosa  Gang-related homicide Mar.10   Lafayette Rip-Off Nanny Spotted  Police think that Mariana Monticalvo has stolen $100,000 from people in 5 Bay Area counties Mar.11   Redwood City Two-thirds of potential jurors dismissed Mar.14  East Oakland  Sex Offender: Public Should Not Fear Him Mar.16   South San Jose Sex Offender Moves to San Jose Mar.20  South San Jose  Teen fatally stabbed in confrontation Mar.20  Concord  Twin brothers shot, one killed Mar.21   SF Downtown 100 people arrested in 2 days of protests Mar.23  Oakland  Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat Mar.25  SF Bayview  Dies in 4th gun killing this week Mar.26   San Francisco   Son of former police chief arrested again
  Alex Fagan Jr., the son of Alex Fagan Sr., was allegedly getting into a drunken argument with his father
Mar.28   SF Bayview Fifth killing in 6 days
Mar.29  San Jose  Store owners charged with tax evasion Mar.30  Redwood City  Defense accuses retiree of lying Mar.30  Antioch  Woman killed in confrontation with burglar



SF Bay Area, March 2004 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Mar.4   Santa Clara Bush banked $700,000 at fund-raiser
Mar.5  San Francisco  Fagan Sr. declared 'factually innocent' Mar.9   Richmond Students Protest After Sports Eliminated
  Students in West Contra Costa County walked out to protest the potential elimination of all high school sports programs
Mar.9  San Jose City Hall  City agrees to recognize gay marriages Mar.11   San Francisco Court blocks gay marriage
  The state Supreme Court ordered an immediate halt to same-sex weddings in San Francisco
Mar.12  SF City Hall  Gay couples left at altar Mar.19  SF Downtown  Hundreds march to protest Iraq war Mar.20   SF Downtown Anti War Protestors Take to Streets  A march, marking the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, started as a rally then a march to the Civic Center Mar.21   SF Downtown 100 people arrested in 2 days of protests Mar.21   Oakland Abbey: Final Mass Before Shutting Down Mar.23  Oakland  Anti-crime measure goes down in defeat Mar.29  San Francisco  Kerry at fund-raiser Mar.30   SF City Hall Former SFPD chief Fagan Sr. retires  Alex Fagan Sr. retired as the city's emergency services director as new details surfaced about his actions at an Arizona hotel Mar.31  SF City Hall  Navy reaches deal with city