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Summary.     Click for More > BART: Passenger Panic Worsened Fire  A fire in a tunnel had started when some wood debris underneath tracks was set alight by a spark City Commemorates 1906 Quake, Fire  Sirens wailed through the city before dawn to mark the moment when the Great Quake struck, shattering the city Piece of Titanic Docks Atop Metreon Okari Wins Bay To Breakers Again Second-Grader Swims Alcatraz to SF   Santa Cruz Chancellor jumps to her death  Denice Dee Denton, 46, the controversial chancellor of the UC Santa Cruz, jumped from the 44th floor 100ís Of Thousands For Pride Parade North Beach Celebrates Italian Win Mayor Gives Blair Key To City Protesters condemn U.S.-Israeli policies Officer Shoots Man Waving Fake Gun Alcatraz Ferry Service Changes Hands Westfield Center Opens Oracle OpenWorld Convention Invades SF  The city has been invaded by the more than 42,000 people from 120 countries at the $30 million event Bill Clinton Rallies To Support Prop. 87 Thanksgiving Feast At St. Anthony's
Feds Raid Antique Stores Pipe Bomb Defused In Starbucks. 94109 Vehicle ran into restaurant, 3 hurt Hillary Clinton spoke at fundraising event Thousands turn out for Chinese Parade Tour Of California Bike Race Begins Chinatown leader assassinated
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  Allen Leung, 56, died after being shot several times inside a dried seafood business
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B. 01-05 Feds Raid Antique Stores SF Downtown
C. 01-09 Pipe Bomb Defused In Starbucks 1401 Van Ness Ave and Bush Street, SF Downtown
3. 01-27 Vehicle ran into restaurant, 3 hurt SF Downtown
E. 01-29 Hillary Clinton spoke at fundraising event SF Downtown
F. 02-11 Thousands turn out for Chinese Parade Chinatown
G. 02-20 Tour Of California Bike Race Begins SF Downtown
03-01 Chinatown leader assassinated Chinatown
8. 03-09 BART: Passenger Panic Worsened Fire SF Downtown
9. 04-18 City Commemorates 1906 Quake, Fire SF Downtown




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Feds Raid Antique Stores  The businesses are under investigation for allegedly hiring illegal immigrants, selling fake pieces Pipe Bomb Defused In Starbucks    94109: Police defused an explosive device in the bathroom at the coffee house, located at 1401 Van Ness Ave. iMacs, laptops will use Intel chips Subject of interest in Starbucks case Dueling Abortion Rallies Converge Vehicle ran into restaurant, 3 hurt  A sedan smashed into the corner of Caffe Delle Stelle. A 'bar' from the street sign hit two pedestrians Hillary Clinton spoke at fundraising event  Sen. received an enthusiastic welcome when she spoke with television personality Jane Pauley Thousands turn out for Chinese Parade  Hundreds of thousands welcomed in the Year of the Dog. The route ended in Chinatown Tour Of California Bike Race Begins  Santa Rosa resident Levi Leipheimer raced to victory, posting the fastest time in the San Francisco prologue Chinatown leader assassinated


January 2006 ... more > Top ^
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Jan.19  Fire Dept. Snuffs Out 2-Alarm Blaze
Jan.22
 Fatal stabbing
Jan.24  Symphony Hit By Labor Dispute
Jan.25  Feds Raid Antique Shops For Phony Goods
 Death Of Woman Struck By Cable Car
Jan.26  Water main break closed Mission Street
Jan.27  
Jan.28  Anti-War Protesters Greet Sen. Clinton
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February 2006 ... more > Top ^
Feb.9  Driver shot in carjacking
Feb.11  
Feb.16  Police Seek Suspects In 3 Shootings
Feb.19  Fatally shooting at nightclub
Feb.20  
Feb.26  Hotel Occupancy Rate Increases


March 2006 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  
  Allen Leung, 56, died after being shot several times inside a dried seafood business
Mar.7  Pacific Exchange now known as NYSE Arca Mar.9   BART: Passenger Panic Worsened Fire
  A fire in a tunnel had started when some wood debris underneath tracks was set alight by a spark.    A fire between the Montgomery and Embarcadero train stations have started when some wood debris underneath tracks was set alight by a spark. A train operator h...
Mar.12  Luck of Irish Strikes St. Patrick's Parade Mar.14  Cable Car Fatally Struck 90-Year-Old Mar.18 Protest Marks Anniversary Of Iraq War Mar.20  War protesters arrested

April 2006 ... more > Top ^
Apr.5  Survivors Of Great Quake Gather Apr.6  Webcam Views Falcons In High Rise Apr.7  Chicago firm buys Westin St. Francis Apr.8 One Dead After Shooting Near Coit Tower
Apr.10  Huge Reward In Chinatown's Murder Apr.13 2 dead in separate shootings Apr.18   City Commemorates 1906 Quake, Fire
  Sirens wailed through the city before dawn to mark the moment when the Great Quake struck, shattering the city.    On 18 April 1906 a 7.8 quake shook the San Andreas fault for just under a minute. About 3,000 people died. The quake was touching off fires that burned f...


May 2006 ... more > Top ^
May.1 Thousands turn out for immigrants rights May.13  KaBoom Concert Prompts Street Closures May.14  Equipment Fire Behind Power Outage May.17  Schwartz appeared onstage at JavaOne   Piece of Titanic Docks Atop Metreon
  15 tons of the 94-year-old wreck, C-deck hull, were hoisted by crane to the roof  200 Rally Against Immigration Changes May.21   Okari Wins Bay To Breakers Again  Gilbert Okari of Kenya has won the 7.46 mile footrace from downtown to Ocean Beach, in 34 min. 20 sec. May.22   Second-Grader Swims Alcatraz to SF
  Braxton Bilbrey from Glendale, Ariz., made the 1.4-mile swim to Aquatic Park in 47 min. May.26  Man Trapped Under Collapsed Ceiling May.28  3 People Struck By SUV May.31 120 Firefighters Battled Market St. Blaze

June 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jun.13  3 high-rise condominium projects in works Jun.18  More Sales At North Beach Festival Jun.19 Triple Shooting Leaves One Dead
Jun.24     Santa Cruz Chancellor jumps to her death
  Denice Dee Denton, 46, the controversial chancellor of the UC Santa Cruz, jumped from the 44th floor
 Her body was found outside the Paramount apartments on Mission Street at Third, tallest apartment for rent in San Francisco, where he partner lives The outspoken lesbian had the university foot $600,000 in renovations to her campus home Her partner, Gretchen Kalonji, was hired to work for the UC at a six-figure salary. Denton was appointed as the 9th chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, and assumed office on Feb. 14, 2005.
Jun.25  Fatal hit-and-run collision   100ís Of Thousands For Pride Parade  People wearing elaborate costumes and waving banners marched in this city's 36th annual Gay Pride parade Jun.27  Triple shooting part of attempted robbery

July 2006 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2 Man Shot In Metreon Parking Garage Jul.9   North Beach Celebrates Italian Win
  Crowds of soccer fans gathered to watch on television the FIFA World Cup game being played in Berlin Jul.17 17 Arrested Outside Israeli Consulate Jul.19  New owner for Rincon Center Jul.29     Mayor Gives Blair Key To City  British Prime Minister says his priorities are developing clean technology and investment in British business Jul.30  15,000 Runners Cross Marathon Line

August 2006 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2 Wheelchair-Bound Man Killed In Crossfire
Aug.4 Man dies after stabbing Aug.12   Protesters condemn U.S.-Israeli policies  2,000 people rallied. Several hundred counter-demonstrators gathered to show their support for Israel Aug.20 Weak Dollar Means More Tourists In S.F. Aug.24 Hotel wokers vote to authorize strike Aug.31 65 Arrested In Hotel Worker Protest

September 2006 ... more > Top ^
Sep.8 Apartment Dweller Finds Dead Body
At least 4 people hit by gunfire Sep.17   Officer Shoots Man Waving Fake Gun  Police fatally shot a man waving a replica handgun in the Russian Hill neighborhood. He refused to drop the gun Sep.25   Alcatraz Ferry Service Changes Hands  Some union workers who used to drive the ferry weren't hired by this nonunion operator, Hornblower Tours Sep.27 New Megamall Offers Parking Tips Sep.28   Westfield Center Opens  1.5-million square foot , the largest urban mall west of the Mississippi, expects the 25 million visitors each year

October 2006 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2 Huge Blaze Forces Neighbors From Homes
Oct.4 S.F. Opera Gets $35 Million Gift Oct.11 11-Year-Old Dies Of Meningitis Oct.19 Howard Street Closed For Over A Week Oct.23 Cable Car Service Shut Down Oct.24 HP scandal references in OpenWorld   Oracle OpenWorld Convention Invades SF
  The city has been invaded by the more than 42,000 people from 120 countries at the $30 million event
 New Plans For Super Luxury Condos Oct.25  Oracle Offers Red Hat Product Support Oct.28 Demonstrators Protest Iraq War

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Bill Clinton Rallies To Support Prop. 87
  Former President joined Mayor Newsom, actress Eva Longoria to support the proposition Nov.23   Thanksgiving Feast At St. Anthony's  Outside the St. Anthony Dinning Hall at 45 Jones St. families, seniors and the disabled prepare to get their eat

December 2006 ... more > Top ^
Dec.18 $100,000 Reward In Chinatown Slaying




Vehicle ran into restaurant, 3 hurt  A sedan smashed into the corner of Caffe Delle Stelle. A 'bar' from the street sign hit two pedestrians BART: Passenger Panic Worsened Fire




San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2006
Jan.19  Fire Dept. Snuffs Out 2-Alarm Blaze
Jan.25  Death Of Woman Struck By Cable Car
Jan.26  Water main break closed Mission Street
Jan.27
Mar.9
  A fire in a tunnel had started when some wood debris underneath tracks was set alight by a spark.    A fire between the Montgomery and Embarcadero train stations have started when some wood debris underneath tracks was set alight by a spark. A train operator h...
Mar.14  Cable Car Fatally Struck 90-Year-Old Apr.5  Survivors Of Great Quake Gather Apr.18 City Commemorates 1906 Quake, Fire
  Sirens wailed through the city before dawn to mark the moment when the Great Quake struck, shattering the city.    On 18 April 1906 a 7.8 quake shook the San Andreas fault for just under a minute. About 3,000 people died. The quake was touching off fires that burned f...
May.14  Equipment Fire Behind Power Outage May.26  Man Trapped Under Collapsed Ceiling May.28  3 People Struck By SUV May.31 120 Firefighters Battled Market St. Blaze Jun.24   Santa Cruz Chancellor jumps to her death
  Denice Dee Denton, 46, the controversial chancellor of the UC Santa Cruz, jumped from the 44th floor
 Her body was found outside the Paramount apartments on Mission Street at Third, tallest apartment for rent in San Francisco, where he partner lives The outspoken lesbian had the university foot $600,000 in renovations to her campus home Her partner, Gretchen Kalonji, was hired to work for the UC at a six-figure salary. Denton was appointed as the 9th chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, and assumed office on Feb. 14, 2005.
Jun.25  Fatal hit-and-run collision Oct.2 Huge Blaze Forces Neighbors From Homes Oct.11 11-Year-Old Dies Of Meningitis Oct.23 Cable Car Service Shut Down



San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2006 Apr.6  Webcam Views Falcons In High Rise Jun.24   Santa Cruz Chancellor jumps to her death
  Denice Dee Denton, 46, the controversial chancellor of the UC Santa Cruz, jumped from the 44th floor
 Her body was found outside the Paramount apartments on Mission Street at Third, tallest apartment for rent in San Francisco, where he partner lives The outspoken lesbian had the university foot $600,000 in renovations to her campus home Her partner, Gretchen Kalonji, was hired to work for the UC at a six-figure salary. Denton was appointed as the 9th chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, and assumed office on Feb. 14, 2005.




San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Feb.20 Tour Of California Bike Race Begins  Santa Rosa resident Levi Leipheimer raced to victory, posting the fastest time in the San Francisco prologue May.21 Okari Wins Bay To Breakers Again  Gilbert Okari of Kenya has won the 7.46 mile footrace from downtown to Ocean Beach, in 34 min. 20 sec. May.22 Second-Grader Swims Alcatraz to SF
  Braxton Bilbrey from Glendale, Ariz., made the 1.4-mile swim to Aquatic Park in 47 min. Jul.9 North Beach Celebrates Italian Win  Crowds of soccer fans gathered to watch on television the FIFA World Cup game being played in Berlin Jul.30  15,000 Runners Cross Marathon Line



San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.10 iMacs, laptops will use Intel chips Jan.24  Symphony Hit By Labor Dispute Feb.11 Thousands turn out for Chinese Parade  Hundreds of thousands welcomed in the Year of the Dog. The route ended in Chinatown Feb.26  Hotel Occupancy Rate Increases Mar.7  Pacific Exchange now known as NYSE Arca Mar.12  Luck of Irish Strikes St. Patrick's Parade Apr.7  Chicago firm buys Westin St. Francis May.13  KaBoom Concert Prompts Street Closures May.17  Schwartz appeared onstage at JavaOne May.17 Piece of Titanic Docks Atop Metreon  15 tons of the 94-year-old wreck, C-deck hull, were hoisted by crane to the roof Jun.13  3 high-rise condominium projects in works Jun.18  More Sales At North Beach Festival Jun.25 100ís Of Thousands For Pride Parade  People wearing elaborate costumes and waving banners marched in this city's 36th annual Gay Pride parade Jul.19  New owner for Rincon Center Aug.20 Weak Dollar Means More Tourists In S.F. Aug.24 Hotel wokers vote to authorize strike Aug.31 65 Arrested In Hotel Worker Protest Sep.25 Alcatraz Ferry Service Changes Hands  Some union workers who used to drive the ferry weren't hired by this nonunion operator, Hornblower Tours Sep.27 New Megamall Offers Parking Tips Sep.28 Westfield Center Opens  1.5-million square foot , the largest urban mall west of the Mississippi, expects the 25 million visitors each year Oct.4 S.F. Opera Gets $35 Million Gift Oct.19 Howard Street Closed For Over A Week Oct.24 HP scandal references in OpenWorld Oct.24 Oracle OpenWorld Convention Invades SF
  The city has been invaded by the more than 42,000 people from 120 countries at the $30 million event
Oct.24  New Plans For Super Luxury Condos Oct.25  Oracle Offers Red Hat Product Support



San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.5 Feds Raid Antique Stores  The businesses are under investigation for allegedly hiring illegal immigrants, selling fake pieces Jan.9 Pipe Bomb Defused In Starbucks    94109: Police defused an explosive device in the bathroom at the coffee house, located at 1401 Van Ness Ave. Jan.10 Subject of interest in Starbucks case Jan.22  Fatal stabbing Jan.25  Feds Raid Antique Shops For Phony Goods Feb.9  Driver shot in carjacking Feb.16  Police Seek Suspects In 3 Shootings Feb.19  Fatally shooting at nightclub Mar.1 Chinatown leader assassinated
  Allen Leung, 56, died after being shot several times inside a dried seafood business
Mar.20  War protesters arrested Apr.8 One Dead After Shooting Near Coit Tower Apr.10  Huge Reward In Chinatown's Murder Apr.13 2 dead in separate shootings Jun.19 Triple Shooting Leaves One Dead Jun.25  Fatal hit-and-run collision Jun.27  Triple shooting part of attempted robbery Jul.2 Man Shot In Metreon Parking Garage Aug.2 Wheelchair-Bound Man Killed In Crossfire Aug.4 Man dies after stabbing Sep.8 Apartment Dweller Finds Dead Body Sep.8 At least 4 people hit by gunfire Sep.17 Officer Shoots Man Waving Fake Gun  Police fatally shot a man waving a replica handgun in the Russian Hill neighborhood. He refused to drop the gun Dec.18 $100,000 Reward In Chinatown Slaying



San Francisco Downtown, 2006 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.22 Dueling Abortion Rallies Converge
Jan.28  Anti-War Protesters Greet Sen. Clinton Jan.29 Hillary Clinton spoke at fundraising event  Sen. received an enthusiastic welcome when she spoke with television personality Jane Pauley Mar.1 Chinatown leader assassinated
  Allen Leung, 56, died after being shot several times inside a dried seafood business
Mar.18 Protest Marks Anniversary Of Iraq War Mar.20  War protesters arrested Apr.10  Huge Reward In Chinatown's Murder Apr.18 City Commemorates 1906 Quake, Fire
  Sirens wailed through the city before dawn to mark the moment when the Great Quake struck, shattering the city.    On 18 April 1906 a 7.8 quake shook the San Andreas fault for just under a minute. About 3,000 people died. The quake was touching off fires that burned f...
May.1 Thousands turn out for immigrants rights May.17  200 Rally Against Immigration Changes Jun.24   Santa Cruz Chancellor jumps to her death
  Denice Dee Denton, 46, the controversial chancellor of the UC Santa Cruz, jumped from the 44th floor
 Her body was found outside the Paramount apartments on Mission Street at Third, tallest apartment for rent in San Francisco, where he partner lives The outspoken lesbian had the university foot $600,000 in renovations to her campus home Her partner, Gretchen Kalonji, was hired to work for the UC at a six-figure salary. Denton was appointed as the 9th chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, and assumed office on Feb. 14, 2005.
Jun.25 100ís Of Thousands For Pride Parade  People wearing elaborate costumes and waving banners marched in this city's 36th annual Gay Pride parade Jul.17 17 Arrested Outside Israeli Consulate Jul.29   Mayor Gives Blair Key To City  British Prime Minister says his priorities are developing clean technology and investment in British business Aug.12 Protesters condemn U.S.-Israeli policies  2,000 people rallied. Several hundred counter-demonstrators gathered to show their support for Israel Aug.31 65 Arrested In Hotel Worker Protest Oct.28 Demonstrators Protest Iraq War Nov.1 Bill Clinton Rallies To Support Prop. 87  Former President joined Mayor Newsom, actress Eva Longoria to support the proposition Nov.23 Thanksgiving Feast At St. Anthony's  Outside the St. Anthony Dinning Hall at 45 Jones St. families, seniors and the disabled prepare to get their eat