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1. 08-05 Officer Shot In Pot Raid Los Gatos
08-12 Man killed 10 ducks at car wash Campbell
3. 08-15 2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting Dublin
4. 08-18 Four Dead In Shooting San Mateo
F. 08-19 Woman burned in underground explosion SF Downtown
G. 08-21 Herrion dies after football game 49ers
H. 08-24 Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds East Oakland
8. 08-28 Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow Oakland Downtown

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Officer Shot In Pot Raid Man killed 10 ducks at car wash  Man run ducks repeatedly with his car and threw some ducks against or into his car 2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting Four Dead In Shooting Woman burned in underground explosion  The blast appeared to have come from a PG&E vault and was centered around the Crocker Galleria buckling the sidewalk Herrion dies after football game Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
Aug.2  Hayward  Brutal Attack On Teen Girl
Aug.4  San Francisco  Bribery Arrest at Building Inspection Dept.
Aug.5  Alamo  Iraq Hostage Back Home
  Los Gatos
 Oakland  Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits
Aug.7  49ers  Steve Young Enters Football Hall of Fame
Aug.8  San Quentin  Dozens Injured In Prison Riot
Aug.10  San Francisco  KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks
Aug.11  Berkeley  Berkeley third most politically liberal city
Aug.12   Campbell
 Coliseum  Plan For New A's Stadium
Aug.15  Dublin  Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man
  Dublin
 San Francisco  City's first human case of West Nile virus
Aug.18  Highway 101  Huge Chemical Spill on I-101
  San Mateo
Aug.19   SF Downtown
Aug.20  SF Downtown  Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'
Aug.21   49ers
 SF Downtown  Protestors Camp Out
 San Jose  Street Racing Crashes Claim Lives of Two
Aug.23  Iron Triangle  Good Samaritan killed by 17-year-old
Aug.24  Google  Google to add instant messages and chat
  East Oakland
 Pacific Heights  SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump
Aug.28   Oakland Downtown
Aug.29  Golden Gate Bridge  Ostrich snarled traffic


San Francisco Bay Area in August 2005 , Location by Topic
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Alameda County
Emotional Ceremony For Slain Cop
CHP Shoots And Kills Person Along I-880
Brutal Attack On Teen Girl
Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits
Police Shoot, Kill Suspected Robber
2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting
Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man
Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
Oakland drops Twins, narrows lead
Athletics drop Twins for 6th straight win
Gannon to retire from Raiders
Athletics beat Royals 16-1
Angels crush A's, take West lead
Plan For New A's Stadium
Moss admits marijuana use
Athletics halt skid, rout Tigers
Ask Jeeves to add its own ad network
NUMMI Workers, Management Negotiate
City Sues Caltrans Over Blight
Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds
Emotional Ceremony For Slain Cop
EPA fines Caltrans for hazardous waste
Skatepark Padlocked As Dispute Continues
Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits
Berkeley third most politically liberal city
Schwarzenegger Makes Visit
Two major accidents just minutes apart
14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three
CHP Shoots And Kills Person Along I-880
Officer, suspect in stable condition
2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting
Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man
Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
San Francisco
Bribery Arrest at Building Inspection Dept.
Suspects Slip Away In Strip Club Standoff
Bonds doesn't expect to return until 2006
Steve Young Enters Football Hall of Fame
KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks
Herrion dies after football game
Autopsy unable to pinpoint cause of death
SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump
Deal Struck On Hotel-Condo Plan
Mayor pledges to build 15,000 new homes
Gas Prices Reach $2.71
KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks
MASH Unit from Vietnam Reunites
200 demonstrators hold vigil
Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'
Protestors Camp Out
SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump
City's first human case of West Nile virus
Woman burned in underground explosion
Autopsy unable to pinpoint cause of death
Ostrich snarled traffic
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Oakland
Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits
14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three
Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
Oakland drops Twins, narrows lead
Athletics drop Twins for 6th straight win
Gannon to retire from Raiders
Plan For New A's Stadium
Moss admits marijuana use
Athletics halt skid, rout Tigers
City Sues Caltrans Over Blight
Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds
EPA fines Caltrans for hazardous waste
Skatepark Padlocked As Dispute Continues
Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits
14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three
Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
West Santa Clara County
Man Shot After Concert At Shoreline
Scoutmaster Arrested For Molestation
Herrion memorial held
Yahoo invests $1 billion in China's Alibaba
Hard drive search introduced
Google to add instant messages and chat
Yahoo invests $1 billion in China's Alibaba
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Man Shot After Concert At Shoreline
San Jose
Young man stabbed inside his own home
Thousands Pack For Grand Prix
Trading bell rung at Cisco
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Huge Chemical Spill on I-101
Street Racing Crashes Claim Lives of Two
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Contra Costa County
Popular Youth Football Coach Shot, Killed
Good Samaritan killed by 17-year-old
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Chevron completes Unocal deal
Protestors Gather Outside Casino
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Popular Youth Football Coach Shot, Killed
Good Samaritan killed by 17-year-old

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Brutal Attack On Teen Girl Bribery Arrest at Building Inspection Dept.  FBI and DA Office raided Department of Building Inspection and arrested a manager Augustine Fallay Iraq Hostage Back Home Officer Shot In Pot Raid


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August 1 ... more > Top ^

Aug.1  San Francisco  Bonds doesn't expect to return until 2006
 Castro Valley  Emotional Ceremony For Slain Cop
 Highway 880  CHP Shoots And Kills Person Along I-880


August 2 ... more > Top ^

Aug.2   Hayward
 Athletics  Athletics drop Twins for 6th straight win


August 4 ... more > Top ^

Aug.4   San Francisco  
 Oakland  Skatepark Padlocked As Dispute Continues


August 5 ... more > Top ^

Aug.5   Alamo
 East Palo Alto  1 dead, 3 injured in 3 separate shootings
  Los Gatos  
  A major bust turned violent with a fish and game warden shot, a suspect dead, and another one on the run
  Oakland   Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits  The Roman Catholic Diocese will pay settle 56 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by its priests

August 6 ... more > Top ^

Aug.6  San Pablo  Protestors Gather Outside Casino

August 7 ... more > Top ^

Aug.7   49ers Steve Young Enters Football Hall of Fame

August 8 ... more > Top ^

Aug.8   San Quentin Dozens Injured In Prison Riot


August 9 ... more > Top ^

Aug.9  BART  Anti-Terror Campaign Unveiled  San Francisco  Gas Prices Reach $2.71

August 10 ... more > Top ^

Aug.10   San Francisco   KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks  The radio station fired Larry Krueger and 2 officials, after Krueger made racially tinged criticisms of the club  Hayward  Police Shoot, Kill Suspected Robber  North Oakland  14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three

August 11 ... more > Top ^

Aug.11  Yahoo  Yahoo invests $1 billion in China's Alibaba   Berkeley Berkeley third most politically liberal city
 Cisco  Trading bell rung at Cisco

August 12 ... more > Top ^

Aug.12   Campbell   Man killed 10 ducks at car wash
  Man run ducks repeatedly with his car and threw some ducks against or into his car
  Coliseum   Plan For New A's Stadium  Team owner Lewis Wolff presented the plan for a baseball-only stadium

August 14 ... more > Top ^

Aug.14  San Francisco  MASH Unit from Vietnam Reunites

August 15 ... more > Top ^

Aug.15   Dublin Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man   Dublin   2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting
  Knife-wielding man was hit by the gunfire. One bullet passed through the door and struck his brother-in-law
  San Francisco     City's first human case of West Nile virus  A middle-aged man went to the hospital after experiencing a fever and neurological symptoms

August 16 ... more > Top ^

Aug.16  SFO  Plane bound for Tokyo returned to airport

August 17 ... more > Top ^

Aug.17  SF Downtown  200 demonstrators hold vigil

August 18 ... more > Top ^

Aug.18   Highway 101 Huge Chemical Spill on I-101  Raiders  Moss admits marijuana use   San Mateo   Four Dead In Shooting
  Officers found one man, a woman and two young adult females dead in the backyard. All are family members


August 19 ... more > Top ^

Aug.19   SF Downtown   Woman burned in underground explosion
  The blast appeared to have come from a PG&E vault and was centered around the Crocker Galleria buckling the sidewalk
 Berkeley  Schwarzenegger Makes Visit

August 20 ... more > Top ^

Aug.20   SF Downtown     Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'  They are dressing warmly to show support for protestors camping out under the hot sun outside Crawford  Rohnert Park  6 patrons hurt in diner crash

August 21 ... more > Top ^

Aug.21   49ers   Herrion dies after football game
  Thomas Herrion collapsed and died, shortly after the team played the Broncos in a preseason game
  SF Downtown Protestors Camp Out   San Jose Street Racing Crashes Claim Lives of Two  49ers  Autopsy unable to pinpoint cause of death

August 22 ... more > Top ^

Aug.22  El Cerrito  Popular Youth Football Coach Shot, Killed  Shoreline Amphitheatre  Man Shot After Concert At Shoreline  Google  Hard drive search introduced

August 23 ... more > Top ^

Aug.23  Redwood City  Teen Killing Possibly Gang Related   Iron Triangle Good Samaritan killed by 17-year-old
 Mountain View  Herrion memorial held

August 24 ... more > Top ^

Aug.24   Google Google to add instant messages and chat
 East San Jose  Young man stabbed inside his own home   East Oakland   Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds
  Wal-Mart near the Oakland Airport is the largest retailer to open in Oakland in years
  Pacific Heights   SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump  Mayor Gavin Newsom called off the ski show sponsored by Icer snow apparel company  Athletics  Athletics halt skid, rout Tigers

August 25 ... more > Top ^

Aug.25  PG&E  Massive Inspection to Prevent Explosions

August 26 ... more > Top ^

Aug.26  Los Altos  Scoutmaster Arrested For Molestation

August 28 ... more > Top ^

Aug.28   Oakland Downtown   Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
  1000 people were involved in a sideshow of hundreds of vehicles and motorcycles at the Kaiser Convention Center
 Menlo Park  Rescue Teams Ready

August 29 ... more > Top ^

Aug.29  San Francisco  Suspects Slip Away In Strip Club Standoff   Golden Gate Bridge   Ostrich snarled traffic  The ostrich was crossing the bridge from Marin to SF, passing through a FasTrak lane

August 31 ... more > Top ^

Aug.31  Richmond  Woman killed while gardening



  City's first human case of West Nile virus  A middle-aged man went to the hospital after experiencing a fever and neurological symptoms Huge Chemical Spill on I-101 Woman burned in underground explosion




SF Bay Area, August 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Aug.10  North Oakland  14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three
Aug.15   San Francisco
Aug.16  SFO  Plane bound for Tokyo returned to airport
Aug.18   Highway 101
Aug.19   SF Downtown
  The blast appeared to have come from a PG&E vault and was centered around the Crocker Galleria buckling the sidewalk
Aug.20  Rohnert Park  6 patrons hurt in diner crash Aug.21   San Jose Street Racing Crashes Claim Lives of Two Aug.21  49ers  Autopsy unable to pinpoint cause of death Aug.28  Menlo Park  Rescue Teams Ready Aug.29   Golden Gate Bridge Ostrich snarled traffic  The ostrich was crossing the bridge from Marin to SF, passing through a FasTrak lane



SF Bay Area, August 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Aug.9  San Francisco  Gas Prices Reach $2.71 Aug.11  Yahoo  Yahoo invests $1 billion in China's Alibaba Aug.11  Cisco  Trading bell rung at Cisco Aug.22  Google  Hard drive search introduced Aug.24   Google Google to add instant messages and chat
Aug.24   East Oakland Wal-Mart Opening Brings Crowds
  Wal-Mart near the Oakland Airport is the largest retailer to open in Oakland in years
Aug.25  PG&E  Massive Inspection to Prevent Explosions



SF Bay Area, August 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Aug.1  San Francisco  Bonds doesn't expect to return until 2006 Aug.2  Athletics  Athletics drop Twins for 6th straight win Aug.7   49ers Steve Young Enters Football Hall of Fame Aug.10   San Francisco KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks  The radio station fired Larry Krueger and 2 officials, after Krueger made racially tinged criticisms of the club Aug.12   Coliseum Plan For New A's Stadium  Team owner Lewis Wolff presented the plan for a baseball-only stadium Aug.18  Raiders  Moss admits marijuana use Aug.21   49ers Herrion dies after football game
  Thomas Herrion collapsed and died, shortly after the team played the Broncos in a preseason game
Aug.21  49ers  Autopsy unable to pinpoint cause of death Aug.23  Mountain View  Herrion memorial held Aug.24   Pacific Heights SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump  Mayor Gavin Newsom called off the ski show sponsored by Icer snow apparel company Aug.24  Athletics  Athletics halt skid, rout Tigers



SF Bay Area, August 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Aug.1  Castro Valley  Emotional Ceremony For Slain Cop Aug.1  Highway 880  CHP Shoots And Kills Person Along I-880 Aug.2   Hayward Brutal Attack On Teen Girl Aug.4   San Francisco Bribery Arrest at Building Inspection Dept.  FBI and DA Office raided Department of Building Inspection and arrested a manager Augustine Fallay Aug.5  East Palo Alto  1 dead, 3 injured in 3 separate shootings Aug.5   Los Gatos Officer Shot In Pot Raid
  A major bust turned violent with a fish and game warden shot, a suspect dead, and another one on the run
Aug.5   Oakland Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits  The Roman Catholic Diocese will pay settle 56 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by its priests Aug.8   San Quentin Dozens Injured In Prison Riot Aug.10  Hayward  Police Shoot, Kill Suspected Robber Aug.10  North Oakland  14-Year-Old Driver Hits Three Aug.12   Campbell Man killed 10 ducks at car wash
  Man run ducks repeatedly with his car and threw some ducks against or into his car
Aug.15   Dublin Police Fatally Shoot Knife-Wielding Man Aug.15   Dublin 2nd man dies in officer-involved shooting
  Knife-wielding man was hit by the gunfire. One bullet passed through the door and struck his brother-in-law
Aug.18   San Mateo Four Dead In Shooting
  Officers found one man, a woman and two young adult females dead in the backyard. All are family members
Aug.21   San Jose Street Racing Crashes Claim Lives of Two Aug.22  El Cerrito  Popular Youth Football Coach Shot, Killed Aug.22  Shoreline Amphitheatre  Man Shot After Concert At Shoreline Aug.23  Redwood City  Teen Killing Possibly Gang Related Aug.23   Iron Triangle Good Samaritan killed by 17-year-old Aug.24  East San Jose  Young man stabbed inside his own home Aug.26  Los Altos  Scoutmaster Arrested For Molestation Aug.28   Oakland Downtown Shots Fired At Massive Sideshow
  1000 people were involved in a sideshow of hundreds of vehicles and motorcycles at the Kaiser Convention Center
Aug.29  San Francisco  Suspects Slip Away In Strip Club Standoff Aug.31  Richmond  Woman killed while gardening



SF Bay Area, August 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Aug.1  Castro Valley  Emotional Ceremony For Slain Cop Aug.4  Oakland  Skatepark Padlocked As Dispute Continues Aug.5   Alamo Iraq Hostage Back Home Aug.5   Oakland Diocese To Pay $56 Million In Abuse Suits  The Roman Catholic Diocese will pay settle 56 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by its priests Aug.6  San Pablo  Protestors Gather Outside Casino Aug.9  BART  Anti-Terror Campaign Unveiled Aug.10   San Francisco KNBR fires radio host for Giants' remarks  The radio station fired Larry Krueger and 2 officials, after Krueger made racially tinged criticisms of the club Aug.11  Yahoo  Yahoo invests $1 billion in China's Alibaba Aug.11   Berkeley Berkeley third most politically liberal city Aug.14  San Francisco  MASH Unit from Vietnam Reunites Aug.17  SF Downtown  200 demonstrators hold vigil Aug.19  Berkeley  Schwarzenegger Makes Visit Aug.20   SF Downtown   Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'  They are dressing warmly to show support for protestors camping out under the hot sun outside Crawford Aug.21   SF Downtown Protestors Camp Out Aug.24   Pacific Heights SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump  Mayor Gavin Newsom called off the ski show sponsored by Icer snow apparel company