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1. 11-01 Roommates Killed in Double-Murder Napa
2. 11-01 Closing arguments in Peterson trial Redwood City
D. 11-09 5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire South Broadway and Rudgear Road, Walnut Creek
4. 11-10 Peterson judge removes jury's foreman Redwood City
F. 11-11 Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO Intel
11-12 Peterson convicted of murder Redwood City
H. 11-16 Bonds won his record 7th NL MVP award Barry Bonds
I. 11-20 Hotel employees to return to work San Francisco

Summary.     Click for More > Peterson judge removes jury's foreman Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO   Peterson convicted of murder
Roommates Killed in Double-Murder  A woman in her 20's woke up to a disturbance in a home. She found 2 women dead on the second floor Closing arguments in Peterson trial 5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire Map of South Broadway and Rudgear Road Walnut Creek
Nov.1  Oracle  Oracle boosts bid for PeopleSoft
  Napa
  Redwood City
Nov.2  Redwood City  Hating Scott not enough to convict
Nov.3  Napa  Constellation to buy Mondavi in $1b deal
Nov.4  Brisbane  VaxGen gets contract for anthrax vaccine
Nov.5  San Carlos  80 Cats Found in Home
 Redwood City  Peterson Jury Sequestered for Weekend
Nov.7  Vallejo  School player dies after being tackled
Nov.8  Los Altos  Billionaire Poizner concedes race
Nov.9  Mountain View  Mozilla Firefox browser launched
 Visitacion Valley  School evacuated after gunman robbery
 Redwood City  Judge removes juror in Peterson case
  Walnut Creek
  A construction crew struck an underground oil pipeline. A fire burned several buildings and sent flames high into the air.    A backhoe operator ruptured a 10-inch line, releasing a fuel that was ignited by 2 welders using a blowtorch inside the 5-foot-diameter water...
Nov.10   Redwood City
 Los Gatos  Prominent author found dead in her car
Nov.11   Intel
Nov.12  Walnut Creek  Rescuers retrieve 2 more bodies
  Redwood City
  Scott Peterson, 32, was convicted of 1st-degree murder for killing his wife and of 2nd-degree in the death of the son
 Geragos told jurors that he would prove that the baby was older when he died than the prosecution said. The prosecution's most compelling evidence was the fact that the bodies of Laci and the baby had washed ashore 4 months after she vanished. The tide shifted toward the prosecution when Peterson's former girlfriend, Amber Frey took the stand
Nov.13  Highway 280  3 killed, 4 in critical after rollover Nov.14  Walnut Creek  Fuel Line Operational Again Nov.16   Barry Bonds Bonds won his record 7th NL MVP award  San Francisco  Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers Nov.19  Pleasanton  PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid Nov.20   San Francisco Hotel employees to return to work Nov.22  San Francisco  Ex-officer acquitted in Fajitagate scandal  Redwood City  Judge rules out new jury  Richmond  Man Arrested in Baby's Death  San Jose  Safest big city in U.S. Nov.23  Albany  Soccer ref beaten by coach Nov.28  SF Zoo  Zoo risks accreditation with elephant move Nov.30  Redwood City  Laci's mother: She wanted to be a mother


San Francisco Bay Area in November 2004 , Location by Topic
Location Crime Business Politics Accidents Sports Justice Murder
East Bay
Tax and prostitution measures defeated
Police Shoot and Kill Man with Ax
2 separate murders
Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends
Gunfire kills 2
Man Arrested in Baby's Death
Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week
PS board rejects Oracle's $9.2 billion bid
Fuel Line Operational Again
County Home Prices Soar 20% to $468k
PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid
PS board again rejected Oracle?s bid
Tax to expand police slightly ahead
Tax and prostitution measures defeated
Voters ousted county supervisor
Mayor Donald P. Freitas reelected
Ex-dean chosen as state finance director
5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire
2 remain missing after pipeline explosion
Rescuers retrieve 2 more bodies
'Death Cap' Mushroom Leaves One Dead
Bobby Crosby wins AL Rookie of Year
No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6
Soccer ref beaten by coach
'Riders' Retrial starts
Motive unknown in fatal shooting of teen
2 separate murders
Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends
Gunfire kills 2
Man Arrested in Baby's Death
Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week
San Francisco
Shooting left one person dead
School evacuated after gunman robbery
Ex-officer acquitted in Fajitagate scandal
Court Denies Peterson Appeal
Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers
Hotel employees to return to work
Boxer's victory party in San Francisco
Protesters decry U.S. presence in Iraq
Former police chief Hongisto dies
Philippines' President Arroyo visits SF
Ambulance Hits Van
3 killed, 4 in critical after rollover
Bonds wins record 12th Silver Slugger
Seahawks 42, 49ers 27
Bonds won his record 7th NL MVP award
Ex-officer acquitted in Fajitagate scandal
Court Denies Peterson Appeal
Shooting left one person dead
Alameda County
Tax and prostitution measures defeated
Police Shoot and Kill Man with Ax
2 separate murders
Gunfire kills 2
Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week
PS board rejects Oracle's $9.2 billion bid
PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid
PS board again rejected Oracle?s bid
Tax to expand police slightly ahead
Tax and prostitution measures defeated
Ex-dean chosen as state finance director
'Death Cap' Mushroom Leaves One Dead
Bobby Crosby wins AL Rookie of Year
No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6
Soccer ref beaten by coach
'Riders' Retrial starts
2 separate murders
Gunfire kills 2
Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week
Redwood City
Closing arguments in Peterson trial
Hating Scott not enough to convict
Peterson Jury Sequestered for Weekend
Judge removes juror in Peterson case
Peterson judge removes jury's foreman
Peterson convicted of murder
Judge rules out new jury
High-rise condos going down
High-rise condos going down
3 businesses burned in 5-alarm fire
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Closing arguments in Peterson trial
Hating Scott not enough to convict
Peterson Jury Sequestered for Weekend
Judge removes juror in Peterson case
Peterson judge removes jury's foreman
Peterson convicted of murder
Judge rules out new jury
Peterson convicted of murder
Contra Costa County
Motive unknown in fatal shooting of teen
Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends
Man Arrested in Baby's Death
Fuel Line Operational Again
County Home Prices Soar 20% to $468k
Voters ousted county supervisor
Mayor Donald P. Freitas reelected
5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire
2 remain missing after pipeline explosion
Rescuers retrieve 2 more bodies
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Motive unknown in fatal shooting of teen
Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends
Man Arrested in Baby's Death
Oakland
Police Shoot and Kill Man with Ax
2 separate murders
Gunfire kills 2
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Tax to expand police slightly ahead
'Death Cap' Mushroom Leaves One Dead
Bobby Crosby wins AL Rookie of Year
'Riders' Retrial starts
2 separate murders
Gunfire kills 2
West Santa Clara County
Woman Raped in Her Bedroom
Sun finalizes accounting for settlement
Mozilla Firefox browser launched
Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race
Billionaire Poizner concedes race
2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze
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Oracle boosts bid for PeopleSoft Roommates Killed in Double-Murder


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November 1 ... more > Top ^

Nov.1   Oracle
  Napa  
  A woman in her 20's woke up to a disturbance in a home. She found 2 women dead on the second floor
  Redwood City     Closing arguments in Peterson trial
  Prosecutor Rick Distaso says Scott killed wife to be free to live a freewheeling bachelor's life


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Nov.2   Redwood City Hating Scott not enough to convict  San Francisco  Boxer's victory party in San Francisco

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Nov.3  Oakland  Tax to expand police slightly ahead  Berkeley  Tax and prostitution measures defeated   Napa   Constellation to buy Mondavi in $1b deal  The Robert Mondavi Corp. is being acquired by alcoholic beverage giant in a $1.03 billion cash deal  SF Downtown  Protesters decry U.S. presence in Iraq  Palo Alto  Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race

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Nov.4   Brisbane VaxGen gets contract for anthrax vaccine
 Redwood City  No cameras for Peterson verdict  SF City Hall  Former police chief Hongisto dies

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Nov.5   San Carlos 80 Cats Found in Home
 West Oakland  Police Shoot and Kill Man with Ax   Redwood City Peterson Jury Sequestered for Weekend

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Nov.6  Redwood City  3 businesses burned in 5-alarm fire

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Nov.7  East Oakland  2 separate murders   Vallejo   School player dies after being tackled  16-year-old Mike Pennerman, a high school football player, collapsed after he was tackled during a game

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Nov.8  SFO  Astronaut's son arrested on sex charges   Los Altos Billionaire Poizner concedes race


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Nov.9   Mountain View   Mozilla Firefox browser launched     Visitacion Valley School evacuated after gunman robbery
  Redwood City Judge removes juror in Peterson case  Cisco  1st-quarter profit jumps 29%   Walnut Creek   5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire Map of South Broadway and Rudgear Road Walnut Creek
  A construction crew struck an underground oil pipeline. A fire burned several buildings and sent flames high into the air
 A backhoe operator ruptured a 10-inch line, releasing a fuel that was ignited by 2 welders using a blowtorch inside the 5-foot-diameter water main. The blast damaged several homes and forced the evacuation of 2 schools. The pipeline owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners of Houston


November 10 ... more > Top ^

Nov.10   Redwood City     Peterson judge removes jury's foreman
  The judge dismissed the man in his mid-40s who has medical and law degrees. He was replaced by an alternate
  Los Gatos   Prominent author found dead in her car  The authorities believe Iris Chang, 36, may have taken her own life off of state Highway 17  Pleasanton  PS board rejects Oracle's $9.2 billion bid  Walnut Creek  2 remain missing after pipeline explosion

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Nov.11   Intel   Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
  The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002


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Nov.12   Walnut Creek Rescuers retrieve 2 more bodies  Sebastopol  Deputies fatally shoot murder suspect   Redwood City     Peterson convicted of murder
  Scott Peterson, 32, was convicted of 1st-degree murder for killing his wife and of 2nd-degree in the death of the son
 Geragos told jurors that he would prove that the baby was older when he died than the prosecution said. The prosecution's most compelling evidence was the fact that the bodies of Laci and the baby had washed ashore 4 months after she vanished. The tide shifted toward the prosecution when Peterson's former girlfriend, Amber Frey took the stand


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Nov.13   Highway 280 3 killed, 4 in critical after rollover

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Nov.14   Walnut Creek Fuel Line Operational Again


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Nov.16   Barry Bonds   Bonds won his record 7th NL MVP award
  40-year-old Giants left fielder became the oldest player to win the award
  San Francisco Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers

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Nov.17  SF Zoo  Grizzly Bears Debut

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Nov.18  San Francisco  Philippines' President Arroyo visits SF  Contra Costa County  County Home Prices Soar 20% to $468k

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Nov.19   Pleasanton PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid


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Nov.20  Pittsburg  Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends   San Francisco   Hotel employees to return to work
  About 4,000 maids, bellhops, cooks and other will return to their jobs while contract negotiations continue
 UC Berkeley  No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6  Pleasanton  PS board again rejected Oracle’s bid

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Nov.21  East Oakland  Gunfire kills 2

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Nov.22   San Francisco     Ex-officer acquitted in Fajitagate scandal  David Lee was acquitted of charges linked to his involvement in an off-duty fight over a bag of fajitas 2 years ago   Redwood City Judge rules out new jury   Richmond Man Arrested in Baby's Death   San Jose Safest big city in U.S.

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Nov.23   Albany Soccer ref beaten by coach
 San Francisco  Court Denies Peterson Appeal

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Nov.27  East Palo Alto  Man on bike kills one man, injures woman  Emeryville  Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week

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Nov.28   SF Zoo Zoo risks accreditation with elephant move


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Nov.29  Napa  Marine from Napa dies in Iraq  Oakland  'Death Cap' Mushroom Leaves One Dead

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Nov.30  Santa Clara  2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze   Redwood City Laci's mother: She wanted to be a mother




80 Cats Found in Home 5 dead, 4 injured in explosion, fire Map of South Broadway and Rudgear Road Walnut Creek




SF Bay Area, November 2004 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Nov.5   San Carlos
Nov.6  Redwood City  3 businesses burned in 5-alarm fire
Nov.9   Walnut Creek
  A construction crew struck an underground oil pipeline. A fire burned several buildings and sent flames high into the air
 A backhoe operator ruptured a 10-inch line, releasing a fuel that was ignited by 2 welders using a blowtorch inside the 5-foot-diameter water main. The blast damaged several homes and forced the evacuation of 2 schools. The pipeline owned by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners of Houston
Nov.10   Los Gatos Prominent author found dead in her car  The authorities believe Iris Chang, 36, may have taken her own life off of state Highway 17 Nov.10  Walnut Creek  2 remain missing after pipeline explosion Nov.12   Walnut Creek Rescuers retrieve 2 more bodies Nov.13   Highway 280 3 killed, 4 in critical after rollover Nov.29  Oakland  'Death Cap' Mushroom Leaves One Dead Nov.30  Santa Clara  2 elderly residents, dog killed in blaze



SF Bay Area, November 2004 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2004 Nov.7   Vallejo School player dies after being tackled  16-year-old Mike Pennerman, a high school football player, collapsed after he was tackled during a game Nov.9   Visitacion Valley School evacuated after gunman robbery
Nov.17  SF Zoo  Grizzly Bears Debut Nov.28   SF Zoo Zoo risks accreditation with elephant move



SF Bay Area, November 2004 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2004 Nov.7   Vallejo School player dies after being tackled  16-year-old Mike Pennerman, a high school football player, collapsed after he was tackled during a game Nov.16   Barry Bonds Bonds won his record 7th NL MVP award
  40-year-old Giants left fielder became the oldest player to win the award
Nov.20  UC Berkeley  No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6 Nov.23   Albany Soccer ref beaten by coach




SF Bay Area, November 2004 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2004 Nov.1   Oracle Oracle boosts bid for PeopleSoft
Nov.3   Napa Constellation to buy Mondavi in $1b deal  The Robert Mondavi Corp. is being acquired by alcoholic beverage giant in a $1.03 billion cash deal Nov.4   Brisbane VaxGen gets contract for anthrax vaccine Nov.9   Mountain View Mozilla Firefox browser launched   Nov.9  Cisco  1st-quarter profit jumps 29% Nov.10  Pleasanton  PS board rejects Oracle's $9.2 billion bid Nov.11   Intel Otellini to succeed Barrett as CEO
  The 30-year Intel veteran oversaw the launch of the Pentium processor in the 1990s. He was president and CFO fom 2002
Nov.14   Walnut Creek Fuel Line Operational Again
Nov.16   San Francisco Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers Nov.18  Contra Costa County  County Home Prices Soar 20% to $468k Nov.19   Pleasanton PeopleSoft shareholders back Oracle bid Nov.20   San Francisco Hotel employees to return to work
  About 4,000 maids, bellhops, cooks and other will return to their jobs while contract negotiations continue
Nov.20  Pleasanton  PS board again rejected Oracle’s bid



SF Bay Area, November 2004 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2004 Nov.1   Napa Roommates Killed in Double-Murder
  A woman in her 20's woke up to a disturbance in a home. She found 2 women dead on the second floor
Nov.1   Redwood City   Closing arguments in Peterson trial
  Prosecutor Rick Distaso says Scott killed wife to be free to live a freewheeling bachelor's life
Nov.2   Redwood City Hating Scott not enough to convict Nov.3  Berkeley  Tax and prostitution measures defeated Nov.4  Redwood City  No cameras for Peterson verdict Nov.5   San Carlos 80 Cats Found in Home Nov.5  West Oakland  Police Shoot and Kill Man with Ax Nov.5   Redwood City Peterson Jury Sequestered for Weekend Nov.7  East Oakland  2 separate murders Nov.8  SFO  Astronaut's son arrested on sex charges Nov.9   Visitacion Valley School evacuated after gunman robbery Nov.9   Redwood City Judge removes juror in Peterson case Nov.10   Redwood City   Peterson judge removes jury's foreman
  The judge dismissed the man in his mid-40s who has medical and law degrees. He was replaced by an alternate
Nov.12  Sebastopol  Deputies fatally shoot murder suspect Nov.12   Redwood City   Peterson convicted of murder
  Scott Peterson, 32, was convicted of 1st-degree murder for killing his wife and of 2nd-degree in the death of the son
 Geragos told jurors that he would prove that the baby was older when he died than the prosecution said. The prosecution's most compelling evidence was the fact that the bodies of Laci and the baby had washed ashore 4 months after she vanished. The tide shifted toward the prosecution when Peterson's former girlfriend, Amber Frey took the stand
Nov.20  Pittsburg  Gunman kills teen, wounds 2 friends Nov.21  East Oakland  Gunfire kills 2 Nov.22   San Francisco   Ex-officer acquitted in Fajitagate scandal  David Lee was acquitted of charges linked to his involvement in an off-duty fight over a bag of fajitas 2 years ago Nov.22   Redwood City Judge rules out new jury Nov.22   Richmond Man Arrested in Baby's Death Nov.22   San Jose Safest big city in U.S. Nov.23  San Francisco  Court Denies Peterson Appeal Nov.27  East Palo Alto  Man on bike kills one man, injures woman Nov.27  Emeryville  Emeryville Sees Second Murder in Week Nov.30   Redwood City Laci's mother: She wanted to be a mother



SF Bay Area, November 2004 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2004 Nov.2  San Francisco  Boxer's victory party in San Francisco Nov.3  Oakland  Tax to expand police slightly ahead Nov.3  Berkeley  Tax and prostitution measures defeated Nov.3  SF Downtown  Protesters decry U.S. presence in Iraq Nov.3  Palo Alto  Ruskin Victorious in Assembly Race Nov.4  Redwood City  No cameras for Peterson verdict Nov.4  SF City Hall  Former police chief Hongisto dies Nov.8   Los Altos Billionaire Poizner concedes race
Nov.18  San Francisco  Philippines' President Arroyo visits SF Nov.29  Napa  Marine from Napa dies in Iraq