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B. 04-01 Athletics 5, Mariners 0, in Opening Day Coliseum
C. 04-02 Yeast plant will close West Oakland
3. 04-02 3 Not Guilty Pleas in Case of Slain Teen Newark
E. 04-04 Big profit warning from PeopleSoft Pleasanton
F. 04-05 Rally protests not just war, but its costs Oakland Downtown
6. 04-05 56-year-old man killed by shooting East Oakland
7. 04-05 2 ex-officers sentenced to probation Oakland
04-07 Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally West Oakland
9. 04-09 Mysterious double murder Hayward

Summary.     Click for More > Mysterious double murder 28-year-old man killed by gunfire Sean Penn's car, with guns inside, stolen Fallen lab official was espionage expert  William Cleveland Jr resigned from counterespionage post after acknowledging an affair with a suspected Chinese agent Lab rolls out new radiation detectors Outfielder beaned in head with phone  Juan Carlos Serrano, age 24, beaned Texas Rangers Carl Everett with his cell phone at the Oakland A's game Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull Judge dismisses Raiders suit Hayward fault most hazardous PeopleSoft Shares Fall on Weak Outlook Protest Over Police Tactics  Protestors marched on the City Hall to draw attention to the tactics police used to break up a April 7th anti-war protest Died in two-alarm fire Robbery Attempt at Post Office 27-year-old man killed in shooting Inquiry on shots fired at protesters
Athletics 5, Mariners 0, in Opening Day Yeast plant will close 3 Not Guilty Pleas in Case of Slain Teen Big profit warning from PeopleSoft Rally protests not just war, but its costs  Marchers gathered to protest that domestic programs will suffer as billions of dollars are spent on the war 56-year-old man killed by shooting 2 ex-officers sentenced to probation Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally
Apr.1   Coliseum
Apr.2   West Oakland
  Newark
Apr.4   Pleasanton
Apr.5   Oakland Downtown
  East Oakland
  Oakland
Apr.7   West Oakland
  Police were trying to clear protesters from an entrance to the docks. Several longshoremen were injured
Apr.9   Hayward
  East Oakland
Apr.10   Berkeley
Apr.11   Livermore Lab
Apr.17   Livermore Lab
Apr.20   Coliseum
  Fremont
Apr.21   Raiders
Apr.22   Highway 880
Apr.23   Pleasanton
Apr.26   Oakland City Hall
Apr.27   Oakland Downtown
Apr.28   San Lorenzo
Apr.29   San Leandro
Apr.30   Oakland City Hall



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Alameda County, April 2003, Location by Topic
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Oakland
2 ex-officers sentenced to probation
56-year-old man killed by shooting
'Rider' took the witness stand
28-year-old man killed by gunfire
Pleaded guilty to slaying of rookie officer
Outfielder beaned in head with phone
Athletics 5, Mariners 0, in Opening Day
Athletics 8, Mariners 3
Mariners 7, Athletics 6, 11 innings
Athletics 7, Angels 3
Trail Blazers 122, Warriors 100
Athletics 4, Angels 2
Athletics 7, Angels 6
New Phase for Oakland Raiders' Lawsuit
Lakers 117, Warriors 111, season ends
Outfielder beaned in head with phone
Judge dismisses Raiders suit
Yeast plant will close
Early retirement to older teachers
New airfield system
$200,000 for air quality violations
UAL maintenance facility threatened
Rally protests not just war, but its costs
Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally
City to Investigate Protest Response
Protest Over Police Tactics
Inquiry on shots fired at protesters
Elderly man in critical following crash
Died in two-alarm fire
Early retirement to older teachers
Coliseum
Outfielder beaned in head with phone
Athletics 5, Mariners 0, in Opening Day
Athletics 8, Mariners 3
Mariners 7, Athletics 6, 11 innings
Athletics 7, Angels 3
Trail Blazers 122, Warriors 100
Athletics 4, Angels 2
Lakers 117, Warriors 111, season ends
Outfielder beaned in head with phone
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Fremont Newark Union City
3 Not Guilty Pleas in Case of Slain Teen
Media Vision ex-finance officer sentenced
U.S. Bank robbed
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3 Media Vision ex-executives sentenced
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Killed in collision
Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull
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Fremont
Media Vision ex-finance officer sentenced
U.S. Bank robbed
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3 Media Vision ex-executives sentenced
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Killed in collision
Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull
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Berkeley
Sean Penn's car, with guns inside, stolen
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2nd most livable city for the blind
UC cancels Beijing programs due to SARS
Student chopped off living chicken's head
Student chopped off living chicken's head
CDC director updates crowd on SARS
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Big profit warning from PeopleSoft
PeopleSoft Shares Fall on Weak Outlook
Fallen lab official was espionage expert
Car accident leaves 2 people badly injured
Lab rolls out new radiation detectors
Hayward Castro Valley San Leandro
Mysterious double murder
Robbery Attempt at Post Office
27-year-old man killed in shooting
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Hayward fault most hazardous
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Oakland City Hall Your ad is here
New Phase for Oakland Raiders' Lawsuit
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Protest Over Police Tactics
Inquiry on shots fired at protesters
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UC cancels Beijing programs due to SARS
Student chopped off living chicken's head
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CDC director updates crowd on SARS
Dublin Pleasanton Livermore Your ad is here Your ad is here
Big profit warning from PeopleSoft
PeopleSoft Shares Fall on Weak Outlook
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Car accident leaves 2 people badly injured
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Rally protests not just war, but its costs
Elderly man in critical following crash
Died in two-alarm fire
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Athletics 5, Mariners 0, in Opening Day  Hudson allowed 5 hits and struck out four in 8 innings Yeast plant will close  Red Star Yeast plant was under fire for emitting a strong stench and potentially hazardous chemicals 3 Not Guilty Pleas in Case of Slain Teen  Jason Cazares, Jose Merel, and Michael Magidson pleaded not guilty to the murder of a transgendered Eddie Araujo   Big profit warning from PeopleSoft  PeopleSoft warns quarter results would miss expectations. Shares fell more than 11% Rally protests not just war, but its costs


April 2003 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  San Leandro  Man Shot by Police After Pursuit
  Coliseum  
 Fremont  Killed in collision
Apr.2   West Oakland  
  Newark  
 UC Berkeley  Student chopped off living chicken's head
 Coliseum  Athletics 8, Mariners 3
Apr.3  Coliseum  Mariners 7, Athletics 6, 11 innings
Apr.4   Pleasanton  
 Oakland  Early retirement to older teachers
 Fremont  Media Vision ex-finance officer sentenced
 Coliseum  Athletics 7, Angels 3
 Oracle Arena  Trail Blazers 122, Warriors 100
Apr.5   Oakland Downtown  
  Marchers gathered to protest that domestic programs will suffer as billions of dollars are spent on the war
  East Oakland   56-year-old man killed by shooting  Relatives of a man discovered him with gunshot wounds in his residence   Oakland   2 ex-officers sentenced to probation  Two former police officers Eric Richholt and Mark Neely Jr. were busted for visiting a brothel while on duty  Coliseum  Athletics 4, Angels 2  Fremont  U.S. Bank robbed  OAK  New airfield system Apr.6  Dublin  Car accident leaves 2 people badly injured  Coliseum  Athletics 7, Angels 6  Oracle Arena  Warriors 106, Nuggets 99 Apr.7   West Oakland   Police fire rubber bullets at anti-war rally
  Police were trying to clear protesters from an entrance to the docks. Several longshoremen were injured
Apr.8   Oakland 'Rider' took the witness stand   Oakland City Hall City to Investigate Protest Response  Oracle Arena  Warriors 128, Jazz 102   UC Berkeley CDC director updates crowd on SARS Apr.9   Oakland Pleaded guilty to slaying of rookie officer   Hayward   Mysterious double murder  Officers found the bodies of a man and a woman on the sidewalk. A witness saw 2 people running away   East Oakland   28-year-old man killed by gunfire   Officers discovered the body of a man lying in the road. Police are investigating the city's 35th homicide in 2003 Apr.10   Berkeley   Sean Penn's car, with guns inside, stolen  The 1987 Buick Grand National was stolen from a busy street while the actor was eating lunch at a nearby restaurant   Emeryville Groundbreaking for $3.2 m carpool lane Apr.11   Livermore Lab   Fallen lab official was espionage expert
  William Cleveland Jr resigned from counterespionage post after acknowledging an affair with a suspected Chinese agent
Apr.12   Oakland Downtown Elderly man in critical following crash Apr.13   Fremont 3 Media Vision ex-executives sentenced Apr.14   Oakland City Hall New Phase for Oakland Raiders' Lawsuit  Oracle Arena  Clippers 122, Warriors 113 Apr.15   Oakland $200,000 for air quality violations Apr.16   OAK UAL maintenance facility threatened   Berkeley 2nd most livable city for the blind   Oracle Arena Lakers 117, Warriors 111, season ends Apr.17   Livermore Lab     Lab rolls out new radiation detectors  The device, known as RadNet, will be able to sniff out nuclear materials with a cutting-edge sensor   UC Berkeley UC cancels Beijing programs due to SARS Apr.18  Coliseum  Rangers 0, Athletics 9 Apr.19  Coliseum  Athletics 12, Rangers 2, 14 innings Apr.20   Coliseum   Outfielder beaned in head with phone
  Juan Carlos Serrano, age 24, beaned Texas Rangers Carl Everett with his cell phone at the Oakland A's game
  Emeryville Upgrades to Ask.com   Fremont     Boy, 4, attacked by pit bull  The boy was attacked by relative's pit bull while walking with an adult relative  Coliseum  Rangers 2, Athletics 1 Apr.21   Raiders   Judge dismisses Raiders suit  A state judge dismissed a suit against Bucs, Panthers   UC Berkeley 2003 Guggenheim fellow named Apr.22   Highway 880   Hayward fault most hazardous   Bay Area is likely to be hit by a major earthquake in the next 30 years. 880 corridor is being particularly vulnerable   Emeryville Ask Jeeves Posts Profit, Raises Guidance  Coliseum  Athletics 6, Tigers 5, 11 innings Apr.23   Pleasanton     PeopleSoft Shares Fall on Weak Outlook  Shares slid more than 6% after the company said software license sales tumbled 39%   Emeryville Ask Jeeves Dips on Guidance   Livermore 16-year-old girl is missing  Coliseum  Tigers 4, Athletics 1   Union City 31,000 residents, BART without power Apr.24  Coliseum  Athletics 2, Tigers 0 Apr.25  Coliseum  Alcohol Crackdown  Coliseum  Athletics 5, Indians 2  Oracle Arena  Drunk fan nearly bites off officer's finger Apr.26   Oakland City Hall   Protest Over Police Tactics
  Protestors marched on the City Hall to draw attention to the tactics police used to break up a April 7th anti-war protest
 Coliseum  Athletics 6, Indians 3   Dublin Yellow ribbons to honor troops Apr.27   Highway 580 Fatal one-car crash   Oakland Downtown   Died in two-alarm fire  Cause of death of Charles Allen, 74, will most likely be ruled asphyxiation with severe burns   UC Berkeley State College Republican convention  Coliseum  Athletics 4, Indians 3   Berkeley People's Park, symbol of protest, turns 34 Apr.28   San Lorenzo   Robbery Attempt at Post Office  Some people apparently tried to steal two five-foot-high safes Apr.29   San Leandro   27-year-old man killed in shooting  Officers then found the victim dead inside Mercedes with multiple gunshot wounds   Fremont 4th of July Parade Saved   Emeryville Wham-O buys assets of snowboard maker   Dublin Killers of sheriff's deputy sentenced Apr.30   Oakland City Hall   Inquiry on shots fired at protesters  City Council has agreed to open an inquiry into the police decision to fire wooden dowels and rubber 'stinger' grenades   Alameda Magic Johnson joins HIV testing company