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1. 04-01 Dead infant found SF Downtown
C. 04-03 Police release 911 tape from dog mauling San Francisco
D. 04-05 Bonds hit two-run, beat San Diego 3-1 Pac Bell Park
4. 04-13 3-alarm fire involved 4 buildings SF Mission
F. 04-18 Jewish Day Care Center Evacuated San Francisco
04-20 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally SF Downtown
H. 04-21 Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax SF Downtown
I. 04-23 Elections Director dismissed SF City Hall

Summary.     Click for More > Second-alarm structure fire Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax   U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case expected to resolve how the Fior d'Italia pays Social Security taxes on employees' tips Elections Director dismissed 'Night Stalker' Linked to Dog-Mauling Case Entire ATM Machine Stolen Arrested for Pit Bulls at Day Care Center  Police have arrested a teenager on suspicion of training 6 pit bulls to fight at a home used as a day care center for children Crime boss of racketeering convicted Morning homicide Fire department rescues man from rip tide Worker hit by 1,500-pound panel
Dead infant found   Police release 911 tape from dog mauling  An elderly neighbor frantically called police, saying she was too afraid to intervene Bridge insurance to double   Bonds hit two-run, beat San Diego 3-1  Bonds hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning, his 5th home run in 4 games. Sanders also homered Former exec guilty to insider trading Surfers assaulting fellow wave-rider 3-alarm fire involved 4 buildings Lawyer in dog attack trial admits mistakes Man fatally shot in vehicle Wind Closes Road Jewish Day Care Center Evacuated FBI Director addresses terrorism 20 thousands show up for anti-war rally
Apr.1   SF Downtown
Apr.3   San Francisco
  Golden Gate Bridge
Apr.5   Pac Bell Park
Apr.10   San Francisco
  Golden Gate Bridge
Apr.13   SF Mission
  San Francisco
  San Francisco
Apr.15   Ocean Beach
Apr.18   San Francisco
Apr.20   San Francisco
  SF Downtown
  Predominantly pro-Palestinians gathered for a march and rally protesting war, racism and poverty
Apr.21   San Francisco
  SF Downtown
Apr.23   SF City Hall
Apr.24   San Francisco
Apr.25   SF Mission
Apr.26   San Francisco
  Chinatown
Apr.27   San Francisco
Apr.28   Ocean Beach
Apr.29   Bay Bridge



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San Francisco
Mail truck theft
Road rage shooting
Double stabbing
Surfers assaulting fellow wave-rider
Body pulled out of bay
Alleged racial bias in police shootings
Entire ATM Machine Stolen
Crime boss of racketeering convicted
Postal Service issues Bay Bridge stamp
Hillary endorses Davis re-election bid
Arrests Outside Israeli Consulate
Rally to support Israel
400 Palestinian supporters held rally
20 thousands show up for anti-war rally
Elections Director dismissed
Bonds hit two-run, beat San Diego 3-1
San Diego 1, Giants 4
Giants 10, San Diego 1
$16 million to upgrade two golf courses
LA 3, Giants 0
Giants 2, LA 1
Giants 5, Milwaukee 1
Giants 3, Milwaukee 2
Dead infant found
3-alarm fire involved 4 buildings
Passenger tumbled 50 feet from off-ramp
Wind Closes Road
Fire department rescues man from rip tide
Worker hit by 1,500-pound panel
Bridge insurance to double
Big-box retail projects restriction vetoed
Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax
SF Downtown
Body pulled out of bay
Crime boss of racketeering convicted
Hillary endorses Davis re-election bid
Arrests Outside Israeli Consulate
20 thousands show up for anti-war rally
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Dead infant found
Passenger tumbled 50 feet from off-ramp
Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax
Pac Bell Park Your ad is here Your ad is here
Bonds hit two-run, beat San Diego 3-1
San Diego 1, Giants 4
Giants 10, San Diego 1
LA 3, Giants 0
Giants 2, LA 1
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Bay Area Bridges
Road rage shooting
Surfers assaulting fellow wave-rider
Postal Service issues Bay Bridge stamp
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Worker hit by 1,500-pound panel
Bridge insurance to double
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Rally to support Israel
400 Palestinian supporters held rally
$16 million to upgrade two golf courses
Wind Closes Road
Fire department rescues man from rip tide
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SF Sunset Your ad is here
400 Palestinian supporters held rally
$16 million to upgrade two golf courses
Wind Closes Road
Fire department rescues man from rip tide
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SF City Hall
Alleged racial bias in police shootings
Elections Director dismissed
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Big-box retail projects restriction vetoed
Bay Bridge
Road rage shooting
Postal Service issues Bay Bridge stamp
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Worker hit by 1,500-pound panel
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SF Mission
Double stabbing
Entire ATM Machine Stolen
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3-alarm fire involved 4 buildings
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April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1   SF Downtown  
Apr.2  San Francisco  Suits against Critical Path are dropped
 Diamond Heights  Mail truck theft
Apr.3   San Francisco  
  An elderly neighbor frantically called police, saying she was too afraid to intervene
  Golden Gate Bridge     Bridge insurance to double  Insurance coverage more than double in cost after Sept. 11, and terrorist attacks won't be covered anymore  Bay Bridge  Postal Service issues Bay Bridge stamp Apr.4   SF Downtown Hillary endorses Davis re-election bid
  San Francisco Examiner dropping Sunday edition Apr.5   Pac Bell Park     Bonds hit two-run, beat San Diego 3-1
  Bonds hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning, his 5th home run in 4 games. Sanders also homered
 SF City Hall  Big-box retail projects restriction vetoed Apr.6  Pac Bell Park  San Diego 1, Giants 4  Highway 101  Jackknifed big-rig closes 101   Bay Bridge Road rage shooting Apr.7   San Francisco Palestinian girls stranded after Oscars  SF Mission  Double stabbing  Pac Bell Park  Giants 10, San Diego 1 Apr.8   San Francisco Levi Strauss closes plant in SF Apr.9  SF Sunset  $16 million to upgrade two golf courses   San Francisco Knoller wants new attorney  Pac Bell Park  LA 3, Giants 0 Apr.10  SF Downtown  Arrests Outside Israeli Consulate   San Francisco   Former exec guilty to insider trading  Timothy J. Ganley pleaded guilty to illegally selling Critical Path stock before investors learned about accounting problems   Golden Gate Bridge   Surfers assaulting fellow wave-rider  3 surfers arrested, accused of assaulting Adam Browning in case of territorialism. His nose broken  San Francisco  DA Opposes Dog Mauling Sentence Delay   SF Downtown Body pulled out of bay  Pac Bell Park  Giants 2, LA 1  SF City Hall  Alleged racial bias in police shootings  San Francisco  DA asks archdiocese for records Apr.11  Coliseum  LA 4, Giants 3 Apr.12  San Francisco  Dog attack defendants to argue new trial  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, Milwaukee 1 Apr.13   SF Mission   3-alarm fire involved 4 buildings  Fire is concentrated at the house located at 768 Treat St.; 764, 766 and 770 are also involved   San Francisco     Lawyer in dog attack trial admits mistakes  Nedra Ruiz has acknowledged in court that she might have made mistakes during the trial   San Francisco   Man fatally shot in vehicle  Tyson Williams, 21, allegedly walked up to the victim who was parked outside Beep's Burgers. Shooter fled the scene  Pac Bell Park  Giants 3, Milwaukee 2 Apr.14  San Francisco  In critical condition after shooting  San Francisco  Girl scooter collided with taxicab  SF Downtown  Passenger tumbled 50 feet from off-ramp  Golden Gate Park  Rally to support Israel  Pac Bell Park  Milwaukee 4, Giants 3  SF Sunset  400 Palestinian supporters held rally Apr.15  SF Downtown  Stabbing   Ocean Beach   Wind Closes Road  The Great Highway at Ocean Beach will be closed until at least Wednesday, while crews clean up the sand  SF Presidio  Lone Sailor Memorial  San Francisco  Trial for kidnapping and murdering girl  SF Mission  Injured in shooting Apr.16  Wells Fargo  Business to improve in first quarter  PG&E  Financial recovery plan for PG&E  Schwab  Earnings slump continued in first quarter Apr.17   PG&E PG&E chairman sparred with shareholders   San Francisco Mexican foreign minister made visit   SF Downtown Man waving handgun surrrenders Apr.18  Mountain View  Bay Walk   San Francisco   Jewish Day Care Center Evacuated  School received the threat, and then the suspicious package was found inside the school   Bay Bridge Deal to start building new bridge Apr.20   San Francisco   FBI Director addresses terrorism  Speaking at a Commonwealth Club function Mueller said terrorists are willing to go to great lengths further their agendas   SF Downtown   20 thousands show up for anti-war rally
  Predominantly pro-Palestinians gathered for a march and rally protesting war, racism and poverty
Apr.21   San Francisco Domestic partner of killed 9/11 to sue   San Francisco   Second-alarm structure fire  333 Caselli Ave   SF Downtown   Restaurant goes to Supr. Court over tax
   U.S. Supreme Court to hear a case expected to resolve how the Fior d'Italia pays Social Security taxes on employees' tips
  SF Richmond 86-year-old man died from hit-and-run Apr.23   SF City Hall   Elections Director dismissed  Elections commissioners have voted 4-3 to dismiss Tammy Haygood, who has been criticized for budget overruns   San Francisco Fire at Pier 33 Apr.24   San Francisco Dragged sergeant to flee hit-and-run   San Francisco     'Night Stalker' Linked to Dog-Mauling Case  State investigators now think Paul 'Cornfed' Schneider may be the original night stalker responsible for ten murders   PG&E PG&E's reorganization approved   San Francisco Injured in collision with ambulance Apr.25   SF Mission   Entire ATM Machine Stolen  3 suspects in custody. They weren't able to get any money out of ATM   San Francisco ChevronTexaco has 70% drop in profit Apr.26   San Francisco Spacey, Beatty Honored   San Francisco Jail overcrowding   San Francisco   Arrested for Pit Bulls at Day Care Center
  Police have arrested a teenager on suspicion of training 6 pit bulls to fight at a home used as a day care center for children
  Chinatown   Crime boss of racketeering convicted  A federal jury convicted Peter Chong, the alleged boss of a Chinatown gang   San Francisco 2-alarm roof fire Apr.27   San Francisco   Morning homicide  Male victim was unconscious and bleeding. Incident followed an argument between the victim and the suspect   San Francisco Shooting injured two victims Apr.28   Ocean Beach   Fire department rescues man from rip tide  A man out for a swim with two friends was dragged away from the Ocean Beach by a rip tide   SF Zoo Oldest hippopotamus is 40 Apr.29   SF Bayview In custody after car chase and crash   Bay Bridge   Worker hit by 1,500-pound panel  A construction worker suffered only minor injuries. The accident is the fourth to occur during the 5-year project  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, Philadelphia 5 Apr.30   SF City Hall Acting director for Elections Department   SF City Hall Rally against racism  Pac Bell Park  Philadelphia 8, Giants 2   SF Bayview New facility to aid victim of elder abuse