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B. 05-01 Alamo Resident Held Captive in Iraq Alamo
2. 05-04 Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder Martinez
05-06 SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters San Francisco
4. 05-12 Student Beating Posted On Internet Hercules
F. 05-13 Naval Weapons Station be closed Concord
G. 05-13 Archbishop Levada new Vatican enforcer San Francisco
7. 05-13 Police Solve Case Of Missing Finger San Jose
8. 05-20 Doctor Found Stabbed San Francisco
9. 05-24 Gang Members Took Over Woman's Home SF Mission

Summary.     Click for More > Student Beating Posted On Internet Naval Weapons Station be closed Archbishop Levada new Vatican enforcer  William Levada has a track record of upholding Roman Catholic policies while deftly handling controversy Police Solve Case Of Missing Finger Doctor Found Stabbed Gang Members Took Over Woman's Home Santa Rosa Man is Deep Throat
Alamo Resident Held Captive in Iraq  63-year old Australian Douglas Wood who lives with his American wife is being held hostage by a militant group Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder   SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters
May.1   Alamo
May.2  San Francisco  Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center
 Lafayette  Pittsburg Officer Eulogized as Hero
May.3  SF Downtown  Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests
May.4   Martinez
 Eastern Span  Feds: Bay Bridge Welds Not Faulty
May.5  Walnut Creek  Report Blames Pipeline Company
May.6  San Jose  Ayala brought to County Jail
 Pacifica  Groundbreaking For Devil's Slide Tunnel
 Alamo  Kidnappers' Ultimatum for Alamo Hostage
  San Francisco
  The 29-member committee made the decision over San Diego, Sacramento and Emeryville.    Members of the governing board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, took 2 roll-call votes to decide the contest. Mayor Newsom called it a historic achievement for a city a...
May.8  Napa  4.1 Earthquake
 Mill Valley  Alleged gay-bashing at high school a hoax
May.9  UC Berkeley  Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities
 San Francisco  Homeless Case Manager Shot and Killed
 San Jose  Suspect in Finger Case Appears in Court
May.11  Martinez  Suspect Who Attacked Jail Arrested
 Yahoo  Yahoo introduces online music subscription
May.12   Hercules
 SF Downtown  'Star Wars' Premiere Held
May.13   Concord
  San Francisco
  San Jose
May.15  Rohnert Park  Rugby team parent roughs up referee
 SF Downtown  Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers
May.17  Berkeley  Police Officer Shot
May.18  San Jose  Report: Finger Payoff For $50 Debt
 Intel  Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO
May.19  Oakland  Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case
May.20   San Francisco
May.23  Berkeley  Explosion at Junior High No Accident
 Apple  Apple considering jumping to Intel chips
 San Jose  Parents Of Tillman Lash Out At Army
May.24   SF Mission
May.26  San Francisco  Suspect in Doctor's Murder in Custody
May.27  Davies Hall  Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech
May.29  Golden Gate Park  World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
May.31   Santa Rosa
  Former FBI official W. Mark Felt stepped forward as the secret Washington Post source that helped bring down Nixon.    Felt was the anonymous source whose rendezvous with investigative reporter Bob Woodward helped crack Watergate and led to Ni...


San Francisco Bay Area in May 2005 , Location by Topic
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East Bay
At least 2 people dead after shooting
Arrests Made After Fraternity Ferry Party
Hit-and-Run Case Goes to Jury
FBI Searches for 'Bag Lady Bandit'
Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder
Suspect Who Attacked Jail Arrested
Student Beating Posted On Internet
Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi
Police Officer Shot
Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case
Explosion at Junior High No Accident
People Camp For Days To Buy New Homes
Safeway 1Q Profit More Than Triples
Report Blames Pipeline Company
Alamo Resident Held Captive in Iraq
Pittsburg Officer Eulogized as Hero
Politician's Son Charged With Raping
Kidnappers' Ultimatum for Alamo Hostage
Industrial accidents claim 2 victims
Woman died when her scooter flipped
Teens Drive Car Into Furniture Store
3.4 Earthquake
Plane Debris Falls Onto Neighborhood
14,800 affected by 2-hour long outage
Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities
Student Beating Posted On Internet
Explosion at Junior High No Accident
San Francisco
Conviction Reinstated in Dog-Mauling Case
Man Gets Life For Killing Senator's Son
Homeless Case Manager Shot and Killed
Doctor Found Stabbed
Gang Members Took Over Woman's Home
Elderly Tourist Stabbed At Hotel
Suspect in Doctor's Murder in Custody
Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests
Feds: Bay Bridge Welds Not Faulty
Factory fires 80 immigrants w/o severance
Firefighter Files Sex Discrimination Suit
Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests
Archbishop Levada new Vatican enforcer
Memorial Designs Stir Up 9-11 Memories
Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech
Fire damages 3 buildings
Bonds undergoing aggressive therapy
Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center
SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters
Stem Cell Institute Faces Legal Challenges
World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
$10 million dollar donation
Alameda County
At least 2 people dead after shooting
Arrests Made After Fraternity Ferry Party
FBI Searches for 'Bag Lady Bandit'
Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi
Police Officer Shot
Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case
Explosion at Junior High No Accident
Safeway 1Q Profit More Than Triples
Politician's Son Charged With Raping
Industrial accidents claim 2 victims
Woman died when her scooter flipped
Teens Drive Car Into Furniture Store
3.4 Earthquake
14,800 affected by 2-hour long outage
Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities
Explosion at Junior High No Accident
San Jose
Police Investigate Fatal Shooting
Ayala brought to County Jail
Suspect in Finger Case Appears in Court
Police Solve Case Of Missing Finger
Report: Finger Payoff For $50 Debt
Wendy's Officials Vindicated in Finger Case
Parents Of Tillman Lash Out At Army
Fears After Mountain Lion Spottings
Evacuations After Gas Line Rupture
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Contra Costa County
Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder
Suspect Who Attacked Jail Arrested
Student Beating Posted On Internet
People Camp For Days To Buy New Homes
Report Blames Pipeline Company
Pittsburg Officer Eulogized as Hero
Plane Debris Falls Onto Neighborhood
Student Beating Posted On Internet
Oakland
At least 2 people dead after shooting
Arrests Made After Fraternity Ferry Party
Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi
Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case
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Politician's Son Charged With Raping
Industrial accidents claim 2 victims
Woman died when her scooter flipped
14,800 affected by 2-hour long outage
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Alamo Resident Held Captive in Iraq


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May.1  West Oakland  At least 2 people dead after shooting
 Walnut Creek  People Camp For Days To Buy New Homes
  Alamo  
  63-year old Australian Douglas Wood who lives with his American wife is being held hostage by a militant group
 San Francisco  Firefighter Files Sex Discrimination Suit

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May.2   San Francisco     Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center  A subcommittee of the 29-member board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine   Lafayette Pittsburg Officer Eulogized as Hero

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May.3   SF Downtown Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests
 Danville  Hit-and-Run Case Goes to Jury  Dublin  FBI Searches for 'Bag Lady Bandit'

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May.4   Martinez   Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder
  Jimena Barreto, 46, was convicted of two counts of murder in the hit-and-run deaths of two children
  Eastern Span   Feds: Bay Bridge Welds Not Faulty  Federal Highway Administration: Welds on the new eastern span are not faulty as had been alleged by ex-welders

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May.5   Walnut Creek Report Blames Pipeline Company  North San Jose  Police Investigate Fatal Shooting  San Francisco  Conviction Reinstated in Dog-Mauling Case

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May.6   San Jose   Ayala brought to County Jail  Family members drove by in a pickup with t-shirts that read 'Innocent'   Pacifica Groundbreaking For Devil's Slide Tunnel
  Alamo Kidnappers' Ultimatum for Alamo Hostage   San Francisco     SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters
  The 29-member committee made the decision over San Diego, Sacramento and Emeryville
 Members of the governing board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, took 2 roll-call votes to decide the contest. Mayor Newsom called it a historic achievement for a city and region suffering through the collapse of the dot-com bubble. California voters passed Proposition 71, which authorized $3 billion worth of state bonds in a decadelong program just now getting started


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May.7  San Francisco  Factory fires 80 immigrants w/o severance  San Francisco  Stem Cell Institute Faces Legal Challenges

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May.8   Napa   4.1 Earthquake  The earthquake struck at 1:43 a.m. and was centered 9 miles northeast of Napa and 10 miles northwest of Fairfield  San Bruno  Shooting deaths of married couple  Piedmont  3.4 Earthquake   Mill Valley Alleged gay-bashing at high school a hoax

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May.9   UC Berkeley   Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities  The ban, announced by University, follows several booze-fueled incidents involving hazing and fights   San Francisco Homeless Case Manager Shot and Killed
  San Jose Suspect in Finger Case Appears in Court

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May.10  Danville  Plane Debris Falls Onto Neighborhood

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May.11   Martinez   Suspect Who Attacked Jail Arrested  The man threw a lit Molotov cocktail-type device into the lobby of the jail and then drove his van into a closed gate   Yahoo Yahoo introduces online music subscription


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May.12   Hercules   Student Beating Posted On Internet
  A video showing the beating of an teen at Hercules High School was removed, but not before thousands viewed it
  SF Downtown   'Star Wars' Premiere Held  A well-heeled crowd lined the red carpet for a premiere showing of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith

May 13 ... more > Top ^

May.13   Concord   Naval Weapons Station be closed
  The Department of Defense recommended that the base be closed
  San Francisco   Archbishop Levada new Vatican enforcer
  William Levada has a track record of upholding Roman Catholic policies while deftly handling controversy
  San Jose     Police Solve Case Of Missing Finger
  The finger a woman claimed she found in a bowl came from an acquaintance who lost it in an industrial accident


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May.14  San Jose  Wendy's Officials Vindicated in Finger Case

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May.15   Rohnert Park   Rugby team parent roughs up referee  The parent of a Girls Rugby Club team member punched a referee in the face after being asked to stay off the field   SF Downtown Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers  Athletics  Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi

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May.17   Berkeley   Police Officer Shot  Police said the officer was shot twice in the chest. He is in fair condition after a surgery

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May.18   San Jose Report: Finger Payoff For $50 Debt
  Intel Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO  Oakland Downtown  14,800 affected by 2-hour long outage

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May.19   Oakland   Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case  A jury acquitted 3 ex-police officers on several counts, while deadlocking on others, involving assault

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May.20   San Francisco   Doctor Found Stabbed
  Dr. Robert Lull, 64, a nuclear medicine specialist was found stabbed to death in his home
 San Jose  Court Appearance for Chili Finger Suspect

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May.22  San Francisco  Memorial Designs Stir Up 9-11 Memories

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May.23   Berkeley   Explosion at Junior High No Accident  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode   Apple   Apple considering jumping to Intel chips  Apple Computerís shares spiked 6% on news that it may start using computer chips from Intel   San Jose Parents Of Tillman Lash Out At Army

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May.24  SF Downtown  Elderly Tourist Stabbed At Hotel   SF Mission     Gang Members Took Over Woman's Home
  6 gang members ran a drug den in the apartment of a elderly woman, even eating her free senior-citizen meals


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May.26   San Francisco Suspect in Doctor's Murder in Custody  San Rafael  Home Prices Drive Out Fire Chief  San Jose  Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Concerns

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May.27   Davies Hall   Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech  Condoleezza Rice's was a lightning rod for protest. The demonstrators were taken out of the hall by police  San Jose Downtown  Evacuations After Gas Line Rupture

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May.28  Stanford  MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected

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May.29   Golden Gate Park World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
 SFSU  $10 million dollar donation  SF Mission  27th annual Carnaval Parade

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May.31  East Palo Alto  Gunman kills one man, injures 3 others   Santa Rosa   Santa Rosa Man is Deep Throat
  Former FBI official W. Mark Felt stepped forward as the secret Washington Post source that helped bring down Nixon
  Felt was the anonymous source whose rendezvous with investigative reporter Bob Woodward helped crack Watergate and led to Nixon's resignation in disgrace. All through the scandal, the Washington Post articles relied on the revelations of Deep Throat




4.1 Earthquake  The earthquake struck at 1:43 a.m. and was centered 9 miles northeast of Napa and 10 miles northwest of Fairfield   Panel Endorses SF for Stem Cell Center  A subcommittee of the 29-member board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine   SF Gets Stem Cell Headquarters




SF Bay Area, May 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
May.1  San Francisco  Firefighter Files Sex Discrimination Suit
May.8   Napa
May.8  San Bruno  Shooting deaths of married couple
May.8  Piedmont  3.4 Earthquake
May.10  Danville  Plane Debris Falls Onto Neighborhood
May.18  Oakland Downtown  14,800 affected by 2-hour long outage
May.26  San Rafael  Home Prices Drive Out Fire Chief
May.27  San Jose Downtown  Evacuations After Gas Line Rupture




SF Bay Area, May 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005
May.2   San Francisco
May.6   San Francisco
  The 29-member committee made the decision over San Diego, Sacramento and Emeryville
 Members of the governing board that oversees the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, took 2 roll-call votes to decide the contest. Mayor Newsom called it a historic achievement for a city and region suffering through the collapse of the dot-com bubble. California voters passed Proposition 71, which authorized $3 billion worth of state bonds in a decadelong program just now getting started
May.7  San Francisco  Stem Cell Institute Faces Legal Challenges May.8   Mill Valley Alleged gay-bashing at high school a hoax May.9   UC Berkeley Alcohol Banned At Fraternities, Sororities  The ban, announced by University, follows several booze-fueled incidents involving hazing and fights May.12   Hercules Student Beating Posted On Internet
  A video showing the beating of an teen at Hercules High School was removed, but not before thousands viewed it
May.23   Berkeley Explosion at Junior High No Accident  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode May.28  Stanford  MBA Candidates Who Hacked - Rejected May.29   Golden Gate Park World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls May.29  SFSU  $10 million dollar donation



SF Bay Area, May 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 May.15   Rohnert Park Rugby team parent roughs up referee  The parent of a Girls Rugby Club team member punched a referee in the face after being asked to stay off the field May.15   SF Downtown Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers
May.15  Athletics  Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi



SF Bay Area, May 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 May.1  Walnut Creek  People Camp For Days To Buy New Homes May.3   SF Downtown Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests
May.4   Eastern Span Feds: Bay Bridge Welds Not Faulty  Federal Highway Administration: Welds on the new eastern span are not faulty as had been alleged by ex-welders May.5   Walnut Creek Report Blames Pipeline Company May.6   Pacifica Groundbreaking For Devil's Slide Tunnel May.7  San Francisco  Factory fires 80 immigrants w/o severance May.11   Yahoo Yahoo introduces online music subscription May.12   SF Downtown 'Star Wars' Premiere Held  A well-heeled crowd lined the red carpet for a premiere showing of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith May.13   Concord Naval Weapons Station be closed
  The Department of Defense recommended that the base be closed
May.14  San Jose  Wendy's Officials Vindicated in Finger Case May.18   Intel Otellini succeeding Barrett as CEO May.23   Apple Apple considering jumping to Intel chips  Apple Computerís shares spiked 6% on news that it may start using computer chips from Intel May.26  San Rafael  Home Prices Drive Out Fire Chief May.29  SF Mission  27th annual Carnaval Parade



SF Bay Area, May 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 May.1  West Oakland  At least 2 people dead after shooting May.3  Danville  Hit-and-Run Case Goes to Jury May.3  Dublin  FBI Searches for 'Bag Lady Bandit' May.4   Martinez Jurors Find Nanny Guilty of 2nd-D. Murder
  Jimena Barreto, 46, was convicted of two counts of murder in the hit-and-run deaths of two children
May.5  North San Jose  Police Investigate Fatal Shooting May.5  San Francisco  Conviction Reinstated in Dog-Mauling Case May.6   San Jose Ayala brought to County Jail  Family members drove by in a pickup with t-shirts that read 'Innocent' May.8  San Bruno  Shooting deaths of married couple May.8   Mill Valley Alleged gay-bashing at high school a hoax May.9   San Francisco Homeless Case Manager Shot and Killed May.9   San Jose Suspect in Finger Case Appears in Court May.11   Martinez Suspect Who Attacked Jail Arrested  The man threw a lit Molotov cocktail-type device into the lobby of the jail and then drove his van into a closed gate May.12   Hercules Student Beating Posted On Internet
  A video showing the beating of an teen at Hercules High School was removed, but not before thousands viewed it
May.13   San Jose   Police Solve Case Of Missing Finger
  The finger a woman claimed she found in a bowl came from an acquaintance who lost it in an industrial accident
May.15   Rohnert Park Rugby team parent roughs up referee  The parent of a Girls Rugby Club team member punched a referee in the face after being asked to stay off the field May.15  Athletics  Fan faces charges for dousing Giambi May.17   Berkeley Police Officer Shot  Police said the officer was shot twice in the chest. He is in fair condition after a surgery May.18   San Jose Report: Finger Payoff For $50 Debt May.19   Oakland Not Guilty Verdicts in Riders Case  A jury acquitted 3 ex-police officers on several counts, while deadlocking on others, involving assault May.20   San Francisco Doctor Found Stabbed
  Dr. Robert Lull, 64, a nuclear medicine specialist was found stabbed to death in his home
May.20  San Jose  Court Appearance for Chili Finger Suspect May.23   Berkeley Explosion at Junior High No Accident  Someone deliberately set fire to building materials and caused an acetylene tank to explode May.24  SF Downtown  Elderly Tourist Stabbed At Hotel May.24   SF Mission   Gang Members Took Over Woman's Home
  6 gang members ran a drug den in the apartment of a elderly woman, even eating her free senior-citizen meals
May.26   San Francisco Suspect in Doctor's Murder in Custody May.26  San Jose  Deadly Police Shooting Sparks Concerns May.31  East Palo Alto  Gunman kills one man, injures 3 others



SF Bay Area, May 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 May.1   Alamo Alamo Resident Held Captive in Iraq
  63-year old Australian Douglas Wood who lives with his American wife is being held hostage by a militant group
May.1  San Francisco  Firefighter Files Sex Discrimination Suit May.2   Lafayette Pittsburg Officer Eulogized as Hero May.3   SF Downtown Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests May.6   Alamo Kidnappers' Ultimatum for Alamo Hostage May.8   Mill Valley Alleged gay-bashing at high school a hoax May.13   Concord Naval Weapons Station be closed
  The Department of Defense recommended that the base be closed
May.13   San Francisco Archbishop Levada new Vatican enforcer
  William Levada has a track record of upholding Roman Catholic policies while deftly handling controversy
May.22  San Francisco  Memorial Designs Stir Up 9-11 Memories May.23   San Jose Parents Of Tillman Lash Out At Army May.27   Davies Hall Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech  Condoleezza Rice's was a lightning rod for protest. The demonstrators were taken out of the hall by police May.29  SFSU  $10 million dollar donation May.31   Santa Rosa Santa Rosa Man is Deep Throat
  Former FBI official W. Mark Felt stepped forward as the secret Washington Post source that helped bring down Nixon
  Felt was the anonymous source whose rendezvous with investigative reporter Bob Woodward helped crack Watergate and led to Nixon's resignation in disgrace. All through the scandal, the Washington Post articles relied on the revelations of Deep Throat