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B. 02-04 Kevin Shelley Announced Resignation San Francisco
02-09 CEO Fiorina out HP
D. 02-13 4-Alarm Blaze Claims Life of Firefighter Los Gatos
E. 02-22 Bonds Sidesteps Steroid Questions Barry Bonds

Young voted into Hall of Fame Canseco Tells of Steroid-Pumped A's Team Charley Charles Convicted Again CEO Fiorina out
7-fold improvement in quarter profit  Google earned $204.1 million, or 71 cents per share, during 4th-quarter of 2004, comparing to $27.3 million, 10 cents in 2003 Man Wins Millions from Nestle Kevin Shelley Announced Resignation


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Feb.1   Google  


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Feb.2   Antioch
 Oakland City Hall  Tucker appointed interim police chief
 Lafayette  Methamphetamine Spike Strikes


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Feb.3  San Jose  Cop Arrested for Sex Abuse


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Feb.4   San Francisco  
  Secretary of State investigated into his handling of federal election funds and questionable campaign contributions


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Feb.5   49ers
 San Jose  4.4-magnitude earthquake


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Feb.6  Iron Triangle  2 shot to death in Iron Triangle


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Feb.7   Athletics
 Alameda County  Abuse Allegations at Juvenile Hall


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Feb.8   San Francisco


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Feb.9   HP  
  Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina leaving after fight with board; will walk away with $21m
  San Jose Mardi Gras Gets Rowdy  Cupertino  Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student  San Pablo  Slimmed-down casino  Petaluma  Pilot Dead After Plane Crashes   Sunnyvale   Family Of Four Hit By Car  A 6-year-old boy is in serious condition after he and his family were allegedly intentionally hit walking on the sidewalk

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Feb.10  San Jose City Hall  Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball   Bay Point Judge: Verse Can Move To Bay Point
  San Francisco 2 gunned down near St. Mary's Cathedral

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Feb.11   SF Mission Home Explosion Causes Fire
 Highway 280  Woman Ejected, Killed In I-280 Crash

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Feb.12  San Francisco  Youth counselor arrested in slaying  Golden Gate Bridge  $6 toll idea for Gate Bridge ignored

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Feb.13   SF City Hall   Same-sex anniversary rally  Mayor Gavin Newsom waved at the hundreds of people gathered on the 3 levels of balconies   Los Gatos   4-Alarm Blaze Claims Life of Firefighter
  The County has lost its first firefighter ever in the line of duty. Mark McCormack was killed battling a house fire
 San Jose  Roddick wins San Jose ATP

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Feb.14   San Francisco Study Shows Fewer Homeless in city  Oakland City Hall  Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief

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Feb.15   San Leandro   'Sausage king' gets death penalty  Sausage-plant owner was sentenced today to the death penalty for murdering 3 inspectors at his plant in 2000  SF Downtown  Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown?  Berkeley  Home Slides Two Feet

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Feb.16   San Jose   City Mourns Hockey Season Cancelation  Sharks fans say it's a huge blow to the community. People who work at HP Pavilion for games will be out of luck  San Francisco  Computer Problems Cause BART Delays

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Feb.17   Livermore   38 guns stolen  Thieves stole over a hundred weapons from five stores over the past two months in Northern California   San Francisco Dolby IPO Sounds Good to Investors
 Stanford  Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery

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Feb.18   Contra Costa County Nail Salons Being Investigated
 Woodside  Workers asked to expose breasts to ape  Hayward  Girl, 14, Struck And Killed By Train

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Feb.19  Benicia  Citizens capture suspect in carjacking

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Feb.20   SF Downtown 250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade
 Benicia  Fallen Marine Remembered

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Feb.21  Caltrain  Caltrain contracts with Amtrak for 3 years

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Feb.22   Barry Bonds   Bonds Sidesteps Steroid Questions
  Barry Bonds is pronouncing himself weary but ready to begin his pursuit of Aaron's home run record
 SFO  Former Employee Alleges Security Flaws

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Feb.24  San Francisco  2 separate homicides   Golden Gate Bridge   Tentative Approval for Suicide Barrier  Hundreds of people have leapt to their death from the Bridge since it opened   Fruitvale   Radical Methods to Curtail Prostitution  The city will use high-tech tools and inter-agency coordination to crack down on prostitution in the Fruitvale District   Stanford Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years   Petaluma Hundreds Greet Returning Guard Unit  Warriors  Hornets deal Baron Davis to Warriors

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Feb.25   Redwood City Peterson Sentencing Postponed


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Feb.28   Berkeley Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute


San Francisco Bay Area in February 2005 , Location by Topic
Location Crime Accidents Politics Business Sports
East Bay
Girl dead after intoxicated driver struck
Methamphetamine Spike Strikes
2 shot to death in Iron Triangle
Abuse Allegations at Juvenile Hall
Man killed in sideshow shooting
Judge: Verse Can Move To Bay Point
'Sausage king' gets death penalty
38 guns stolen
Radical Methods to Curtail Prostitution
Girl dead after intoxicated driver struck
Elderly Man Killed in Hit-and-Run
Slow Progress in Estuary Oil Spill
Claims Of Cruelty At Animal Shelter
Home Slides Two Feet
Nail Salons Being Investigated
Girl, 14, Struck And Killed By Train
Tucker appointed interim police chief
City Settles Port Protest Suit
Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief
Man Wins Millions from Nestle
County Heath Insurance Plan To End
Slimmed-down casino
Canseco Tells of Steroid-Pumped A's Team
Hornets deal Baron Davis to Warriors
San Francisco
Man fatally shot
Charley Charles Convicted Again
2 gunned down near St. Mary's Cathedral
Commission won't drop charges
Youth counselor arrested in slaying
2 separate homicides
Bad software plague BART
Home Explosion Causes Fire
Woman Ejected, Killed In I-280 Crash
Computer Problems Cause BART Delays
Kevin Shelley Announced Resignation
Same-sex anniversary rally
Study Shows Fewer Homeless in city
Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown?
250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade
Tentative Approval for Suicide Barrier
Another Toll Hike for the Bridge
$6 toll idea for Gate Bridge ignored
Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown?
Dolby IPO Sounds Good to Investors
Young voted into Hall of Fame
2007 All-Star Game awarded to SF
Bonds Sidesteps Steroid Questions
Alameda County
Abuse Allegations at Juvenile Hall
Man killed in sideshow shooting
'Sausage king' gets death penalty
38 guns stolen
Radical Methods to Curtail Prostitution
Elderly Man Killed in Hit-and-Run
Slow Progress in Estuary Oil Spill
Claims Of Cruelty At Animal Shelter
Home Slides Two Feet
Girl, 14, Struck And Killed By Train
Tucker appointed interim police chief
City Settles Port Protest Suit
Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief
County Heath Insurance Plan To End
Canseco Tells of Steroid-Pumped A's Team
Hornets deal Baron Davis to Warriors
Oakland
Man killed in sideshow shooting
Elderly Man Killed in Hit-and-Run
Radical Methods to Curtail Prostitution
Elderly Man Killed in Hit-and-Run
Slow Progress in Estuary Oil Spill
Claims Of Cruelty At Animal Shelter
Tucker appointed interim police chief
City Settles Port Protest Suit
Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief
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Canseco Tells of Steroid-Pumped A's Team
Hornets deal Baron Davis to Warriors
San Jose
Man killed by drive-by shooting
Cop Arrested for Sex Abuse
Mardi Gras Gets Rowdy
4.4-magnitude earthquake
Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball
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Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball
Roddick wins San Jose ATP
City Mourns Hockey Season Cancelation
Contra Costa County
Girl dead after intoxicated driver struck
Methamphetamine Spike Strikes
2 shot to death in Iron Triangle
Judge: Verse Can Move To Bay Point
Girl dead after intoxicated driver struck
School Fire Investigated As Arson
Nail Salons Being Investigated
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Man Wins Millions from Nestle
Slimmed-down casino
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West Santa Clara County
Family Of Four Hit By Car
Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student
Hospital Warns Of Possible TB Exposure
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7-fold improvement in quarter profit
CEO Fiorina out
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Family Of Four Hit By Car  A 6-year-old boy is in serious condition after he and his family were allegedly intentionally hit walking on the sidewalk Home Explosion Causes Fire 4-Alarm Blaze Claims Life of Firefighter




SF Bay Area, February 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.5  San Jose  4.4-magnitude earthquake
Feb.9  Petaluma  Pilot Dead After Plane Crashes
Feb.9   Sunnyvale
Feb.11   SF Mission
Feb.11  Highway 280  Woman Ejected, Killed In I-280 Crash
Feb.13   Los Gatos
  The County has lost its first firefighter ever in the line of duty. Mark McCormack was killed battling a house fire
Feb.14  Oakland City Hall  Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief Feb.15  Berkeley  Home Slides Two Feet Feb.16  San Francisco  Computer Problems Cause BART Delays Feb.18   Contra Costa County Nail Salons Being Investigated
Feb.18  Hayward  Girl, 14, Struck And Killed By Train Feb.24   Golden Gate Bridge Tentative Approval for Suicide Barrier  Hundreds of people have leapt to their death from the Bridge since it opened



SF Bay Area, February 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.9  Cupertino  Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student Feb.17  Stanford  Tiny Miracle Baby Survives Heart Surgery Feb.24   Stanford Girl Tastes Food For First Time In 8 Years
Feb.28   Berkeley Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute



SF Bay Area, February 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.5   49ers Young voted into Hall of Fame
Feb.7   Athletics Canseco Tells of Steroid-Pumped A's Team Feb.10  San Jose City Hall  Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball Feb.13  San Jose  Roddick wins San Jose ATP Feb.16   San Jose City Mourns Hockey Season Cancelation  Sharks fans say it's a huge blow to the community. People who work at HP Pavilion for games will be out of luck Feb.22   Barry Bonds Bonds Sidesteps Steroid Questions
  Barry Bonds is pronouncing himself weary but ready to begin his pursuit of Aaron's home run record
Feb.24  Warriors  Hornets deal Baron Davis to Warriors



SF Bay Area, February 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.1   Google 7-fold improvement in quarter profit  Google earned $204.1 million, or 71 cents per share, during 4th-quarter of 2004, comparing to $27.3 million, 10 cents in 2003 Feb.2   Antioch Man Wins Millions from Nestle Feb.9   HP CEO Fiorina out
  Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina leaving after fight with board; will walk away with $21m
Feb.9  San Pablo  Slimmed-down casino Feb.12  Golden Gate Bridge  $6 toll idea for Gate Bridge ignored Feb.15  SF Downtown  Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown? Feb.17   San Francisco Dolby IPO Sounds Good to Investors Feb.18  Woodside  Workers asked to expose breasts to ape Feb.20   SF Downtown 250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade Feb.21  Caltrain  Caltrain contracts with Amtrak for 3 years Feb.22  SFO  Former Employee Alleges Security Flaws Feb.28   Berkeley Teachers Slash Homework in Labor Dispute



SF Bay Area, February 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.2  Lafayette  Methamphetamine Spike Strikes Feb.3  San Jose  Cop Arrested for Sex Abuse Feb.6  Iron Triangle  2 shot to death in Iron Triangle Feb.7  Alameda County  Abuse Allegations at Juvenile Hall Feb.8   San Francisco Charley Charles Convicted Again
Feb.9   San Jose Mardi Gras Gets Rowdy Feb.9  Cupertino  Teacher Suspected Of Sex With Student Feb.9   Sunnyvale Family Of Four Hit By Car  A 6-year-old boy is in serious condition after he and his family were allegedly intentionally hit walking on the sidewalk Feb.10   Bay Point Judge: Verse Can Move To Bay Point Feb.10   San Francisco 2 gunned down near St. Mary's Cathedral Feb.12  San Francisco  Youth counselor arrested in slaying Feb.15   San Leandro 'Sausage king' gets death penalty  Sausage-plant owner was sentenced today to the death penalty for murdering 3 inspectors at his plant in 2000 Feb.17   Livermore 38 guns stolen  Thieves stole over a hundred weapons from five stores over the past two months in Northern California Feb.18  Woodside  Workers asked to expose breasts to ape Feb.19  Benicia  Citizens capture suspect in carjacking Feb.24  San Francisco  2 separate homicides Feb.24   Fruitvale Radical Methods to Curtail Prostitution  The city will use high-tech tools and inter-agency coordination to crack down on prostitution in the Fruitvale District Feb.25   Redwood City Peterson Sentencing Postponed



SF Bay Area, February 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.2  Oakland City Hall  Tucker appointed interim police chief Feb.4   San Francisco Kevin Shelley Announced Resignation
  Secretary of State investigated into his handling of federal election funds and questionable campaign contributions
Feb.10  San Jose City Hall  Mayor pushing hard for BART, baseball Feb.13   SF City Hall Same-sex anniversary rally  Mayor Gavin Newsom waved at the hundreds of people gathered on the 3 levels of balconies Feb.14   San Francisco Study Shows Fewer Homeless in city Feb.14  Oakland City Hall  Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief Feb.15  SF Downtown  Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown? Feb.20  Benicia  Fallen Marine Remembered Feb.24   Golden Gate Bridge Tentative Approval for Suicide Barrier  Hundreds of people have leapt to their death from the Bridge since it opened Feb.24   Petaluma Hundreds Greet Returning Guard Unit