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Summary.     Click for More > Suspect Arrested In Student Murder Berkeley third most politically liberal city Schwarzenegger Makes Visit Strikers Set Up Pickets At Hospitals Manhole Explosion Leaves 2 Injured Suspect In Shooting Arrested Teacher Helps Deliver 'BART Baby' Car killing an off-duty paramedic Greyhound Bus In Multi-Injury Accident Man Suspected Of Robbing 15 Women
Home Slides Two Feet Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden  A 75-year-old was recovering after having her neck slashed by one of 2 female attackers Info Stolen from Thousands of Students Second Suspect Sought in Knife Attack Achievement Award In Name of 9-11 Hero Student Shot 30 Times With BB Gun Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities  The ban, announced by University, follows several booze-fueled incidents involving hazing and fights Police Officer Shot  Police said the officer was shot twice in the chest. He is in fair condition after a surgery Explosion at Junior High No Accident  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode Fraternity Closed One Year After Hazing Big Rig Crash Claims Three Lives 19-Year-Old Grad Killed
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  Gunman fired into crowd of women. Meleia Willis-Starbuck was pronounced dead from a single gunshot wound
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03-18 Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden Berkeley
2. 03-28 Info Stolen from Thousands of Students UC Berkeley
3. 05-09 Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities UC Berkeley
E. 05-17 Police Officer Shot Berkeley
5. 05-23 Explosion at Junior High No Accident Berkeley
G. 07-17 19-Year-Old Grad Killed Berkeley




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Bus exhibit draws hundreds from 2 sides Home Slides Two Feet  The heavy rain, combined with an old foundation and a lack of maintenance, weakened the structure   Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute  700 members of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers have gone 2 years without a cost-of-living raise Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.4  Mayor oppose expansion plans by UC
Jan.16
Jan.19  City proceed with lawsuit against UC
Jan.20  Regents approved land use plan
Jan.26  Grocery Store Wants New Expansion


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  'Finding Nemo' animator dies of cancer
Feb.2  Woman hit by train possible suicide
Feb.15  
Feb.16  War Protest Sparks Demonstrations
Feb.18  Animation school opens
Feb.23  City filed lawsuit against University
Feb.24  Man fleeing police caused major accident
Feb.28  


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.16  Alta Bates gets list of problems
Mar.18  
  A 75-year-old was recovering after having her neck slashed by one of 2 female attackers
Mar.19 Girl Arrested In Elderly Slashing Mar.22 Girl Charged in Berkeley Knife Attack Mar.27 Spring Storm Soaks Bay Area Mar.28   Info Stolen from Thousands of Students  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants

April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1 5,000 residents out of power
Apr.2  Stanford and Berkeley landed in top tier Apr.5  Runaway Truck Slams Into Home  County employee charged in stabbing Apr.6   Second Suspect Sought in Knife Attack  Police believe that 30-year-old Hameseh Kianfar is an accessory to the crime. She failed to report it 2-alarm fire Apr.9  Bayer division moved in headquarters Apr.11   Achievement Award In Name of 9-11 Hero  Mark Bingham Excellence will be given to an engineering graduate who helped with the Mars Rover landings Apr.15   Student Shot 30 Times With BB Gun  Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is on suspension right now after a 19-year-old was shot 30 times Apr.16 New chancellor: diversity main issue Apr.27 Transient Charged In Rape, Assault Apr.30  Fire at church

May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.9   Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities
  The ban, announced by University, follows several booze-fueled incidents involving hazing and fights
May.11 Knight Ridder starts East Bay Daily News May.17   Police Officer Shot
  Police said the officer was shot twice in the chest. He is in fair condition after a surgery
Suspect Held in Shooting of Officer May.23   Explosion at Junior High No Accident
  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode
 17-year-old girl raped May.30  Arrested for allegedly committing homicide

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.13 UC Clerical Workers Go On Strike Jun.23  $40 Million Research Gift Jun.30 Rep Fire Burns Much-Needed Equipment

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.5   Fraternity Closed One Year After Hazing  Pi Kappa Phi will not be allowed to reopen until August 2006 Jul.14 Stinky Flower Blooms In Garden
Jul.16   Big Rig Crash Claims Three Lives   The big rig swerved, went through the center divider and fully engulfed as it smashed into two oncoming cars Jul.17   19-Year-Old Grad Killed
  Gunman fired into crowd of women. Meleia Willis-Starbuck was pronounced dead from a single gunshot wound
Jul.20 Fire Said To Be 'Suspicious'   Suspect Arrested In Student Murder  The suspects have been identified as 20-year-old Christopher Larry Wilson Jr. and 21-year-old Christopher Lester Hollis Jul.22 Slain Woman's Mother Urges Suspect Jul.26 Suspect in Student Murder Speaks Out  Hershey buys Scharffen Berger

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1  Scientists Identify Exploding Star Aug.11 Record $25 million left to Haas
  Berkeley third most politically liberal city  Center for Voting Research: The San Francisco Bay area is the most politically liberal region of the country Aug.19     Schwarzenegger Makes Visit  Speaking to the Black Chamber of Commerce, Governor said there was no compromise with the legislature on the ballot

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.12 Robbery Investigation Closes BART
Sep.13   Strikers Set Up Pickets At Hospitals  Hospital employees at 3 California Pacific Medical Center campuses went on strike Sep.19   Manhole Explosion Leaves 2 Injured
  2,200 customers lost power after an underground connection splice failure sent a manhole cover into the air Sep.21 No Sentencing For Throat-Slashing Teen Sibling Students Set Campus Age Records Sep.25   Suspect In Shooting Arrested  Christopher Lester Hollis, 22, suspected of fatally shooting a high school friend, was eluding police for 2 months Sep.27 Suspect in Killing Hints At Defense

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.6   Teacher Helps Deliver 'BART Baby'
  This 23-year-old Good Samaritan helped a 30-year-old single mom in labor at the station Oct.19 Suspected Rapist Tied To Other Attacks
Oct.27  Fatal Accident Closes Major Intersection

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3  Professor testified on New Orleans levees Nov.4  Mental Hospital For Throat-Slashing Teen Nov.10 Plan to refurbish Memorial Stadium
Nov.12  Leinart, USC cruise past Cal to go 10-0 Nov.20  Bears Defeat Stanford, 27 to 3 Nov.22 FBI Seeks Recruits From UC Berkeley

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.13 Custom Bikes Stolen From Disabled Kids
Dec.15 Google, Microsoft and Sun to fund lab Dec.17 $5000 Reward For Info On Missing Man Dec.18   Car killing an off-duty paramedic  A man who slammed his car into an accident scene had been drinking but was not intoxicated   Greyhound Bus In Multi-Injury Accident  The No. 5 lane was blocked by the bus, and the No. 4 lane, which was blocked by a small fire Dec.19  Stanford, Berkeley Podcasting Lectures Dec.21   Man Suspected Of Robbing 15 Women  A muscular man robbed women in Oakland and Berkeley by intimidating them with verbal threats and his size



Home Slides Two Feet  The heavy rain, combined with an old foundation and a lack of maintenance, weakened the structure Spring Storm Soaks Bay Area 5,000 residents out of power 2-alarm fire Rep Fire Burns Much-Needed Equipment Big Rig Crash Claims Three Lives   The big rig swerved, went through the center divider and fully engulfed as it smashed into two oncoming cars Fire Said To Be 'Suspicious' Manhole Explosion Leaves 2 Injured  2,200 customers lost power after an underground connection splice failure sent a manhole cover into the air Teacher Helps Deliver 'BART Baby'  This 23-year-old Good Samaritan helped a 30-year-old single mom in labor at the station $5000 Reward For Info On Missing Man Car killing an off-duty paramedic  A man who slammed his car into an accident scene had been drinking but was not intoxicated Greyhound Bus In Multi-Injury Accident  The No. 5 lane was blocked by the bus, and the No. 4 lane, which was blocked by a small fire   Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute  700 members of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers have gone 2 years without a cost-of-living raise Info Stolen from Thousands of Students  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants Achievement Award In Name of 9-11 Hero  Mark Bingham Excellence will be given to an engineering graduate who helped with the Mars Rover landings Student Shot 30 Times With BB Gun  Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is on suspension right now after a 19-year-old was shot 30 times New chancellor: diversity main issue Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities




Berkeley, 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.2  Woman hit by train possible suicide
Feb.15
Feb.24  Man fleeing police caused major accident
Mar.27
Apr.1
Apr.5  Runaway Truck Slams Into Home
Apr.6
Apr.30  Fire at church
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Oct.27  Fatal Accident Closes Major Intersection
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Berkeley, 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.4  Mayor oppose expansion plans by UC
Feb.18  Animation school opens
Feb.28
Mar.28
Apr.2  Stanford and Berkeley landed in top tier
Apr.11
Apr.15
Apr.16
May.9
  The ban, announced by University, follows several booze-fueled incidents involving hazing and fights
May.23 Explosion at Junior High No Accident
  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode
Jun.13 UC Clerical Workers Go On Strike Jun.23  $40 Million Research Gift Jul.5 Fraternity Closed One Year After Hazing  Pi Kappa Phi will not be allowed to reopen until August 2006 Jul.14 Stinky Flower Blooms In Garden Aug.1  Scientists Identify Exploding Star Aug.11 Record $25 million left to Haas Sep.21 Sibling Students Set Campus Age Records Nov.3  Professor testified on New Orleans levees Dec.15 Google, Microsoft and Sun to fund lab Dec.19  Stanford, Berkeley Podcasting Lectures



Berkeley, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Nov.10 Plan to refurbish Memorial Stadium
Nov.12  Leinart, USC cruise past Cal to go 10-0 Nov.20  Bears Defeat Stanford, 27 to 3



Berkeley, 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.20  Regents approved land use plan Jan.26  Grocery Store Wants New Expansion Feb.1  'Finding Nemo' animator dies of cancer Feb.18  Animation school opens Feb.23  City filed lawsuit against University Feb.28   Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute  700 members of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers have gone 2 years without a cost-of-living raise Mar.16  Alta Bates gets list of problems Apr.9  Bayer division moved in headquarters May.11 Knight Ridder starts East Bay Daily News
Jun.13 UC Clerical Workers Go On Strike Jul.26  Hershey buys Scharffen Berger Sep.13 Strikers Set Up Pickets At Hospitals
  Hospital employees at 3 California Pacific Medical Center campuses went on strike Dec.15 Google, Microsoft and Sun to fund lab



Berkeley, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.24  Man fleeing police caused major accident Mar.18 Woman, 75, stabbed near Rose Garden
  A 75-year-old was recovering after having her neck slashed by one of 2 female attackers
Mar.19 Girl Arrested In Elderly Slashing Mar.22 Girl Charged in Berkeley Knife Attack Mar.28 Info Stolen from Thousands of Students
  A thief has stolen a laptop containing personal info about nearly 100,000 alumni, graduate students and applicants Apr.5  County employee charged in stabbing Apr.6 Second Suspect Sought in Knife Attack  Police believe that 30-year-old Hameseh Kianfar is an accessory to the crime. She failed to report it Apr.15 Student Shot 30 Times With BB Gun  Pi Kappa Phi fraternity is on suspension right now after a 19-year-old was shot 30 times Apr.27 Transient Charged In Rape, Assault May.17 Police Officer Shot
  Police said the officer was shot twice in the chest. He is in fair condition after a surgery
May.17 Suspect Held in Shooting of Officer May.23 Explosion at Junior High No Accident
  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode
May.23  17-year-old girl raped May.30  Arrested for allegedly committing homicide Jul.17 19-Year-Old Grad Killed
  Gunman fired into crowd of women. Meleia Willis-Starbuck was pronounced dead from a single gunshot wound
Jul.20 Suspect Arrested In Student Murder  The suspects have been identified as 20-year-old Christopher Larry Wilson Jr. and 21-year-old Christopher Lester Hollis Jul.22 Slain Woman's Mother Urges Suspect Jul.26 Suspect in Student Murder Speaks Out Sep.12 Robbery Investigation Closes BART Sep.21 No Sentencing For Throat-Slashing Teen Sep.25 Suspect In Shooting Arrested  Christopher Lester Hollis, 22, suspected of fatally shooting a high school friend, was eluding police for 2 months Sep.27 Suspect in Killing Hints At Defense Oct.19 Suspected Rapist Tied To Other Attacks Nov.4  Mental Hospital For Throat-Slashing Teen Dec.13 Custom Bikes Stolen From Disabled Kids Dec.21 Man Suspected Of Robbing 15 Women  A muscular man robbed women in Oakland and Berkeley by intimidating them with verbal threats and his size



Berkeley, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.4  Mayor oppose expansion plans by UC Jan.16 Bus exhibit draws hundreds from 2 sides
Jan.19  City proceed with lawsuit against UC Feb.16  War Protest Sparks Demonstrations Feb.23  City filed lawsuit against University Apr.16 New chancellor: diversity main issue Aug.11 Berkeley third most politically liberal city  Center for Voting Research: The San Francisco Bay area is the most politically liberal region of the country Aug.19   Schwarzenegger Makes Visit  Speaking to the Black Chamber of Commerce, Governor said there was no compromise with the legislature on the ballot Nov.22 FBI Seeks Recruits From UC Berkeley