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Berkeley Unified Accused Of Being Racist Cal dominates Oregon, 45-24 Power Failure Closes Downtown Station Cal Bears Beat Washington State, 21 to 3 15th Anniversary Of Wildfire Marked  The 1991 blaze killed 25 people and damaged 3,000 homes in Oakland and Berkeley 12,791 customers lost electricity   Gore Supports Prop. 87 At Rally  Former VP said that a proposition that would raise taxes on oil is needed because the world is facing a climate crisis Mayor Tom Bates re-elected
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Japanese bookseller buys Cody's Books  A Tokyo-based Yohan Inc. bought Cody's Books Three Arrested After Pot Cookie Incident Grad Student Found Dead At Co-Op 2 convicted of fatally beating homeless   Prof. & Grad Share Nobel Physics Prize
Willis-Starbuck Warned Gun Toting Friend Auto Burglary On Rise In City Fatal, Fiery Crash Was Not Accident No contest plea in Willis-Starbuck shooting  Christopher Wilson Jr., 20, pleaded no contest and agreed to testify against his friend Christopher Hollis, 22 Alta Bates settles with service workers Stabbing death at house party Former H.S. Football Star shot and killed  Keith Stephens died after being shot once while in the 1200 block of Carrison St. around 7:10 p.m. Thousands Get Mistaken Invitations Small earthquake Cops Seize Over 5,000 Pot Plants Cal Knocked Out Of NCAA By N.C. State Cody's Books To Close  The bookstore that has been part of cultural scene for 43 years will close because of poor sales Second House Fire Heightens Arson Fears Sea Lion Bites Woman At Berkeley Marina  The hungry sea lion tried to make a meal out of Tawny Huston and took a hunk out of her leg UC: Bad Design For N.O. Levees  A report says most of the Katrina levee failures were caused by poor maintenance, design, and construction Outage Leaves 21,000 Without Power Child stealing conviction upheld on appeal Bush Impeachment On City Ballot 98-year-old woman died in house fire  Jessie Chico died at 11:35 a.m. Paintball Gun Attacks Terrorize Residents 3-Alarm Apartment Fire Injures 6 People Labor Protesters Greet Students  Custodians at staged a noisy protest as freshman and returning upper classman started moving into the dorms Biologists: Ant Jaws Break Speed Record  Researchers led by Sheila Patek say the trap-jaw ant's can clamp its mandibles shut at between 78 and 145 mph Man Found Dead At Sorority House  Police to believe 23-year-old Wayne Drummond of Oakland was shot someone else   30 Sickened In Marijuana Incident


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 Bug Exhibit Is CSI For School Kids
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 Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist Dies
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May.7  Gay Skaters Claim Rink Discriminates
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May.12  Howard Dean Honors Picket
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Jun.29  Balanced $292 Million Budget Approved


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  14 to 20 young people are experiencing severe medical symptoms after smoking what they believed was marijuana.    Young people were ingesting what they thought were marijuana cookies at a student housing cooperative Firefigh...
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  George F. Smoot and NASA's John C. Mather won the prize for work that helped cement the big-bang theory
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Nov.12 Ferry Service for Bay to Expand Nov.14   Lawsuit to halt Memorial Stadium upgrades  The City is planning a lawsuit to halt extensive upgrades to the Stadium, which straddles the Hayward Fault

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Dec.2 No. 21 Cal Survives Stubborn Stanford
Dec.4     Protesters perch in trees to save from ax
  Zachary RunningWolf, who ran was a candidate to become the mayor, and two others are hoping to save a grove
 The University oak grove controversy arose over the planned removal of trees in preparation for the construction of a new student athletic training center. Berkeley municipal law prohibits removing any coast live oak with a trunk larger than 6 inches within city, but the university claims an exemption to the city law as a state agency. UC actions have sparked 3 lawsuits
Dec.5     Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain  The regents' committee voted to approve that $125 million dollar athletic training system Dec.16   Biologist Cadet Hammond Hand dies  One of the world's top experts on invertebrate zoology taught at the University for more than 50 years Dec.19 More Groups Sue Over Stadium Project Dec.20   Small 3.7 Earthquake
  The quake struck at 7:12 p.m. and was centered about 2 miles east-southeast of Berkeley Dec.22   Sea Lion Back In Water Along I-80  A sea lion that made a brief foray onto Interstate Highway has found its way back into the bay   3.7 earthquake felt across Bay Area  The quake was struck at 10:49 p.m. and centered in the Berkeley Hills on the Hayward Fault Dec.23   3rd Quake In 4 Days Rattles East Bay
  The temblor that struck at 9:21 a.m. had a preliminary magnitude of 3.5 and a depth of about 6.1 miles
Dec.28 2.8 earthquake


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1. 09-06 30 Sickened In Marijuana Incident UC Berkeley
C. 10-04 Prof. & Grad Share Nobel Physics Prize UC Berkeley
D. 11-08 Mayor Tom Bates re-elected Berkeley
12-04 Protesters perch in trees to save from ax UC Berkeley
5. 12-23 3rd Quake In 4 Days Rattles East Bay Berkeley




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Small earthquake Second House Fire Heightens Arson Fears Sea Lion Bites Woman At Berkeley Marina  The hungry sea lion tried to make a meal out of Tawny Huston and took a hunk out of her leg Outage Leaves 21,000 Without Power 98-year-old woman died in house fire  Jessie Chico died at 11:35 a.m. 3-Alarm Apartment Fire Injures 6 People   30 Sickened In Marijuana Incident




Berkeley, 2006 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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  14 to 20 young people are experiencing severe medical symptoms after smoking what they believed was marijuana.    Young people were ingesting what they thought were marijuana cookies at a student housing cooperative Firefigh...
Sep.17 Grad Student Found Dead At Co-Op
Oct.11 Power Failure Closes Downtown Station Oct.21 15th Anniversary Of Wildfire Marked  The 1991 blaze killed 25 people and damaged 3,000 homes in Oakland and Berkeley Oct.21 12,791 customers lost electricity Dec.20 Small 3.7 Earthquake  The quake struck at 7:12 p.m. and was centered about 2 miles east-southeast of Berkeley Dec.22 Sea Lion Back In Water Along I-80  A sea lion that made a brief foray onto Interstate Highway has found its way back into the bay Dec.22 3.7 earthquake felt across Bay Area  The quake was struck at 10:49 p.m. and centered in the Berkeley Hills on the Hayward Fault Dec.23 3rd Quake In 4 Days Rattles East Bay
  The temblor that struck at 9:21 a.m. had a preliminary magnitude of 3.5 and a depth of about 6.1 miles
Dec.28 2.8 earthquake



Berkeley, 2006 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.10  Bug Exhibit Is CSI For School Kids Feb.21 Thousands Get Mistaken Invitations
Mar.1  Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist Dies May.22 UC: Bad Design For N.O. Levees  A report says most of the Katrina levee failures were caused by poor maintenance, design, and construction Aug.20 Labor Protesters Greet Students  Custodians at staged a noisy protest as freshman and returning upper classman started moving into the dorms Aug.22 Biologists: Ant Jaws Break Speed Record  Researchers led by Sheila Patek say the trap-jaw ant's can clamp its mandibles shut at between 78 and 145 mph Oct.4   Prof. & Grad Share Nobel Physics Prize
  George F. Smoot and NASA's John C. Mather won the prize for work that helped cement the big-bang theory
Oct.4 Berkeley Unified Accused Of Being Racist Dec.16 Biologist Cadet Hammond Hand dies  One of the world's top experts on invertebrate zoology taught at the University for more than 50 years



Berkeley, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Mar.18 Cal Knocked Out Of NCAA By N.C. State
May.7  Gay Skaters Claim Rink Discriminates Oct.7 Cal dominates Oregon, 45-24 Oct.14 Cal Bears Beat Washington State, 21 to 3 Dec.2 No. 21 Cal Survives Stubborn Stanford Dec.19 More Groups Sue Over Stadium Project



Berkeley, 2006 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.10 Alta Bates settles with service workers
May.10 Cody's Books To Close  The bookstore that has been part of cultural scene for 43 years will close because of poor sales Jun.29  Balanced $292 Million Budget Approved Aug.20 Labor Protesters Greet Students  Custodians at staged a noisy protest as freshman and returning upper classman started moving into the dorms Sep.7 Japanese bookseller buys Cody's Books  A Tokyo-based Yohan Inc. bought Cody's Books Nov.12 Ferry Service for Bay to Expand Dec.19 More Groups Sue Over Stadium Project



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2006 Jan.10 Willis-Starbuck Warned Gun Toting Friend
Jan.16 Auto Burglary On Rise In City Jan.25 Fatal, Fiery Crash Was Not Accident Feb.9 No contest plea in Willis-Starbuck shooting  Christopher Wilson Jr., 20, pleaded no contest and agreed to testify against his friend Christopher Hollis, 22 Feb.11 Stabbing death at house party Feb.20 Former H.S. Football Star shot and killed  Keith Stephens died after being shot once while in the 1200 block of Carrison St. around 7:10 p.m. Mar.17 Cops Seize Over 5,000 Pot Plants May.11 Second House Fire Heightens Arson Fears Jun.28 Child stealing conviction upheld on appeal Jul.19 Paintball Gun Attacks Terrorize Residents Sep.4 Man Found Dead At Sorority House  Police to believe 23-year-old Wayne Drummond of Oakland was shot someone else Sep.6   30 Sickened In Marijuana Incident
  14 to 20 young people are experiencing severe medical symptoms after smoking what they believed was marijuana.    Young people were ingesting what they thought were marijuana cookies at a student housing cooperative Firefigh...
Sep.7 Three Arrested After Pot Cookie Incident Sep.25 2 convicted of fatally beating homeless



Berkeley, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 May.7  Gay Skaters Claim Rink Discriminates May.12  Howard Dean Honors Picket Jun.28 Bush Impeachment On City Ballot
Jun.29  Balanced $292 Million Budget Approved Oct.4 Berkeley Unified Accused Of Being Racist Oct.21 15th Anniversary Of Wildfire Marked  The 1991 blaze killed 25 people and damaged 3,000 homes in Oakland and Berkeley Oct.23   Gore Supports Prop. 87 At Rally  Former VP said that a proposition that would raise taxes on oil is needed because the world is facing a climate crisis Nov.8 Mayor Tom Bates re-elected
  
Nov.14 Lawsuit to halt Memorial Stadium upgrades  The City is planning a lawsuit to halt extensive upgrades to the Stadium, which straddles the Hayward Fault Dec.4   Protesters perch in trees to save from ax
  Zachary RunningWolf, who ran was a candidate to become the mayor, and two others are hoping to save a grove
 The University oak grove controversy arose over the planned removal of trees in preparation for the construction of a new student athletic training center. Berkeley municipal law prohibits removing any coast live oak with a trunk larger than 6 inches within city, but the university claims an exemption to the city law as a state agency. UC actions have sparked 3 lawsuits
Dec.5   Stadium Approved, Tree Sitters Remain  The regents' committee voted to approve that $125 million dollar athletic training system