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Summary.     Click for More > Wells Fargo posts record profits City official, 4 execs indicted Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'  Clint Reilly's antitrust suit to stop Hearst from buying the Chronicle and selling Examiner has turned into a soap opera S.F. picks D.C. chief to run its schools SF Ties All-Time Heat Record at 103 Fire Continues for 4 weeks Examiner ends after 113 years  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era Guitar player swept overboard Teens steal 2 koalas
Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops Schwab Buying U.S. Trust Corp. Columnist Art Hoppe Dies  Eloquent satire skewered the pompous and powerful for over 40 years. He was 74 400 Clergy Protest Ban on Gay Marriage Bush Senior Stumps for Son in Chinatown   Probe of minority contractors  Mayor Willie Brown, faced with a federal grand jury subpoena, has handed over a bundle of documents Clinton Races Around Bay 49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion Protesters decry nuke scientist's treatment Hearst, Chronicle Try to Tossed Out Suit Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst Pacific Bell Park official opening game
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Jan.14   Schwab
Feb.3   SF Chronicle
Feb.11  
Feb.14   Chinatown
Feb.16   SF City Hall
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Mar.21   SF Chronicle
Mar.22   SF Downtown
Mar.24   SF Chronicle
Mar.30   SF Chronicle
Apr.11   Pac Bell Park
  First regular season game: April 11, 2000 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Capacity: 40,930
Apr.18   Wells Fargo
Apr.28  
May.14   SF Chronicle
May.15   SF City Hall
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Sep.11   SF Bayview
Nov.21  
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Dec.28   SF Zoo




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3 Supervisors Back Bradley Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops  Kirk Brookbush, 49, and James Dougherty, 56, were flying back to the city from routine maintenance Schwab Buying U.S. Trust Corp.  Online trading giant buying one of the nation's largest managers of money for the wealthy, for $2.7 billion in stock Earnings Climb 26% Schwab Meets Street, Cut Commissions Columnist Art Hoppe Dies


January 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jan.11   SF City Hall
Jan.13    
Jan.14   Schwab  
Jan.19   Wells Fargo
  Schwab


February 2000 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3   SF Chronicle  
  Eloquent satire skewered the pompous and powerful for over 40 years. He was 74
  Schwab Schwab agrees to buy CyBerCorp Feb.11     400 Clergy Protest Ban on Gay Marriage  Opponents of a ballot measure to ban gay marriage that has the backing of Catholic and Mormon leaders Feb.14   Chinatown   Bush Senior Stumps for Son in Chinatown  Former U.S. President told a hall of Republican supporters that he and his wife were 'out there 100% for this son of ours' Feb.16   SF City Hall     Probe of minority contractors
  Mayor Willie Brown, faced with a federal grand jury subpoena, has handed over a bundle of documents
  SF City Hall Supervisors Putting Brakes On Tire Ban Feb.17   SF City Hall Democratic Committee Race

March 2000 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2   Chinatown Gambling probe nets 15 arrests
Mar.4     Clinton Races Around Bay  President was for 3 fund-raisers that raised $1 million for the Democrats and for 'Communication and Society' meeting Mar.15     49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model  38-year-old quarterback married Barbara Graham in a Mormon ceremony Mar.16   SF City Hall Full Probe Of Bribe Charge Promised Mar.20     DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister  Eddie DeBartolo era is now 49ers history. The brother-sister divorce is final Mar.21   SF Chronicle   Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion  Consultant's study suggested that the name of the Pavilion was worth an estimated $500,000 annually Mar.22   SF Downtown   Protesters decry nuke scientist's treatment  70 supporters of Wen Ho Lee, the scientist accused of mishandling nuclear secrets, rallied in front of the Federal Building Mar.24   SF Chronicle   Hearst, Chronicle Try to Tossed Out Suit  Purchase will enhance newspaper competition in the Bay Area, Hearst and The Chronicle argued in legal papers Mar.30   SF Chronicle   Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst  Hearst's transfer of The Examiner to the Fang family had resolved antitrust concerns about the deal Mar.31  Pac Bell Park  Pacific Bell Park opened

April 2000 ... more > Top ^
Apr.6   Bay Bridge Police killed bicyclist
Apr.11   Pac Bell Park   Pacific Bell Park official opening game
  First regular season game: April 11, 2000 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Capacity: 40,930
  Wells Fargo Wells Fargo to buy Utah's biggest bank   SF City Hall Mayor's IPO firm wins deal Apr.13   North Beach $4.9 M face lift for DiMaggio playground Apr.17   Boat races on Bay leave 1 dead, 2 hurt Apr.18   Wells Fargo   Wells Fargo posts record profits  First-quarter profits rose 14%, buoyed by steady loan growth and gains on investments in fledgling companies Apr.28     City official, 4 execs indicted
  A U.S. grand jury indicted Zula Jones on charges of defrauding government minority contracting programs

May 2000 ... more > Top ^
May.2  Pac Bell Park  Bonds Hits High-Water Mark May.14   SF Chronicle   Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'
  Clint Reilly's antitrust suit to stop Hearst from buying the Chronicle and selling Examiner has turned into a soap opera
May.15   SF City Hall   S.F. picks D.C. chief to run its schools  Arlene Ackerman would be first black woman to head state's 5th largest district May.18   SF Downtown Service honors 94 slain officers

June 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jun.7  eBay  Wells F, eBay offer online check payments Jun.14     SF Ties All-Time Heat Record at 103  The only other time the temperature reached 103 was July 17, 1988 Jun.27   KRON sold
Jun.28  SF Sunset  Body found in trunk

July 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jul.4    Banks win on ATM Jul.15  SF Mission  Teen reportedly shot by storeowner Jul.22   Marijuana found after fire
Jul.24    Drive-by shooting Jul.27    Homicide  SF Chronicle  Judge allowed purchase SF Chronicle

August 2000 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1    Charged with sucking blood Aug.5   Archdiocese: Teen-age workers banned
Aug.12    Skateboarder beaten to death Aug.15  Bay Bridge  Boyfriend of missing woman jumps off bridge Aug.19  Pac Bell Park  San Francisco 12, Atlanta 3 Aug.22  Chinatown  Serial Robber Arrest Aug.26    2 Killed, 1 Injured Aug.27    8 Injured in Stabbing Aug.31   Killed While Sitting in Car. 94112    Seybold conference

September 2000 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2   Protest To Slow Muni
 Pac Bell Park  Giants 13, Chicago Cubs 2    Asians to Outnumber Whites Sep.5  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, Philadelphia 5 Sep.6    2 Men Suspected of Murder Sep.10  Candlestick  Carolina 38, 49ers 22  Pac Bell Park  Giants 10, San Diego 2 Sep.11   SF Bayview   Fire Continues for 4 weeks   Underground hazardous waste fire continues for 4 weeks at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.    Woman Trapped Under Bus Sep.14   SF City Hall Former SF Mayor Dies Sep.18    Prosecutor alleged bribery scheme Sep.19  Bay Bridge  Workers Fall off Bay Bridge Sep.23    Musicians protest dot-com takeover Sep.27    Convicted of bribery Sep.30    Runaway truck injured 6

October 2000 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2  SF Presidio  Lucasfilm's Center Questioned Oct.3    BofA Building for Sale Oct.4  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, NY Mets 1 Oct.6   SF Downtown Anti-Israel demonstration
Oct.8  49ers  Oakland 34, 49ers 28 Oct.17    Suspected in slayings arrested Oct.20   Pac Bell Park Giants sign Baker    Police interrupted gun battle Oct.24  Golden Gate Bridge  Giant cranes under bridges Oct.27    Petopia laying off 120 Oct.29  Candlestick  St. Louis 34, 49ers 24

November 2000 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2    Fire Displaces 16 People Nov.3    BofA agrees to $35 million settlement Nov.5    Protesting rising rents Nov.6    Green Party Senate candidate arrested Nov.7   SF City Hall Mayor lost majority
Nov.12  Candlestick  49rs 21, Kansas City 7 Nov.16   SF Chronicle Chronicle leaders named Nov.19    Labor leaders meet SF Examiner Nov.21     Examiner ends after 113 years
  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era
Nov.25  SF Bayview  Drive-by shooting killed 1 person Nov.29    4 channel's Suzanne said goodbye Nov.30  Bay Bridge  FasTrak gets slow start

December 2000 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1    Wounded Muni Driver Chases Attacker     Guitar player swept overboard  The bass of 1980s band, Loverboy, is missing at sea after being swept overboard by a 25-foot wave   SF Tenderloin 5 Injured, 1 Dead in Fire Dec.2    Surgeon arrested for sexual assault Dec.4   SF Downtown 3 shot near downtown    Pets.com selling domain Dec.8    NorthPoint lays off 248 Dec.10  Candlestick  New Orleans 31, 49ers 27 Dec.11    Examiner's exec. editor resigns Dec.12   SF City Hall Mayor loser in supervisor election Dec.13    Wharton to Open SF School Dec.14    Maid of honor killed Dec.16  SF Downtown  Fur Protesters Arrested Dec.17  Candlestick  49ers 17, Chicago 0 Dec.18    Arrested for allegedly embezzling Dec.21    4 Shooting Overnight Dec.22  SF City Hall  155 homeless died this year    Teen-ager swept off shore Dec.23    Examiner managing editor fired  SF Mission  Raped and murdered    2 dead in gunfire Dec.25    Child falls elevator shaft Dec.27  SF Zoo  2 koalas stolen from zoo Dec.28    Union Square to Get Makeover    Koalas recovered   SF Zoo   Teens steal 2 koalas  2 teenagers accused of stealing a pair of koalas from the Zoo to impress girlfriends Dec.30    3 People Shot    SF utility district?



Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops  Kirk Brookbush, 49, and James Dougherty, 56, were flying back to the city from routine maintenance Boat races on Bay leave 1 dead, 2 hurt SF Ties All-Time Heat Record at 103  The only other time the temperature reached 103 was July 17, 1988 Marijuana found after fire Fire Continues for 4 weeks   Underground hazardous waste fire continues for 4 weeks at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard. Guitar player swept overboard  The bass of 1980s band, Loverboy, is missing at sea after being swept overboard by a 25-foot wave 5 Injured, 1 Dead in Fire S.F. picks D.C. chief to run its schools  Arlene Ackerman would be first black woman to head state's 5th largest district 49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model  38-year-old quarterback married Barbara Graham in a Mormon ceremony DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister  Eddie DeBartolo era is now 49ers history. The brother-sister divorce is final Pacific Bell Park official opening game




San Francisco, 2000 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2000
Jan.13  
Apr.17  
Jun.14  
Jun.28  SF Sunset  Body found in trunk
Jul.22  
Aug.15  Bay Bridge  Boyfriend of missing woman jumps off bridge
Sep.11   SF Bayview
Sep.11    Woman Trapped Under Bus
Sep.19  Bay Bridge  Workers Fall off Bay Bridge
Sep.30    Runaway truck injured 6
Nov.2    Fire Displaces 16 People
Dec.1  
Dec.1   SF Tenderloin
Dec.22  SF City Hall  155 homeless died this year
Dec.22    Teen-ager swept off shore
Dec.25    Child falls elevator shaft




San Francisco, 2000 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2000
May.15   SF City Hall
Dec.13    Wharton to Open SF School




San Francisco, 2000 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2000
Mar.15  
Mar.20  
Mar.31  Pac Bell Park  Pacific Bell Park opened
Apr.11   Pac Bell Park
  First regular season game: April 11, 2000 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Capacity: 40,930
May.2  Pac Bell Park  Bonds Hits High-Water Mark Aug.19  Pac Bell Park  San Francisco 12, Atlanta 3 Sep.2  Pac Bell Park  Giants 13, Chicago Cubs 2 Sep.5  Pac Bell Park  Giants 8, Philadelphia 5 Sep.10  Candlestick  Carolina 38, 49ers 22 Sep.10  Pac Bell Park  Giants 10, San Diego 2 Oct.4  Pac Bell Park  Giants 5, NY Mets 1 Oct.8  49ers  Oakland 34, 49ers 28 Oct.20   Pac Bell Park Giants sign Baker
Oct.29  Candlestick  St. Louis 34, 49ers 24 Nov.12  Candlestick  49rs 21, Kansas City 7 Dec.10  Candlestick  New Orleans 31, 49ers 27 Dec.17  Candlestick  49ers 17, Chicago 0



San Francisco, 2000 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.14   Schwab Schwab Buying U.S. Trust Corp.  Online trading giant buying one of the nation's largest managers of money for the wealthy, for $2.7 billion in stock Jan.19   Wells Fargo Earnings Climb 26%
Jan.19   Schwab Schwab Meets Street, Cut Commissions Feb.3   SF Chronicle Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
  Eloquent satire skewered the pompous and powerful for over 40 years. He was 74
Feb.3   Schwab Schwab agrees to buy CyBerCorp Mar.20   DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister
  Eddie DeBartolo era is now 49ers history. The brother-sister divorce is final Mar.21   SF Chronicle Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion  Consultant's study suggested that the name of the Pavilion was worth an estimated $500,000 annually Mar.24   SF Chronicle Hearst, Chronicle Try to Tossed Out Suit  Purchase will enhance newspaper competition in the Bay Area, Hearst and The Chronicle argued in legal papers Mar.30   SF Chronicle Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst
  Hearst's transfer of The Examiner to the Fang family had resolved antitrust concerns about the deal Apr.11   Wells Fargo Wells Fargo to buy Utah's biggest bank Apr.11   SF City Hall Mayor's IPO firm wins deal Apr.13   North Beach $4.9 M face lift for DiMaggio playground Apr.18   Wells Fargo Wells Fargo posts record profits  First-quarter profits rose 14%, buoyed by steady loan growth and gains on investments in fledgling companies May.14   SF Chronicle Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'
  Clint Reilly's antitrust suit to stop Hearst from buying the Chronicle and selling Examiner has turned into a soap opera
Jun.7  eBay  Wells F, eBay offer online check payments Jun.27   KRON sold Jul.4    Banks win on ATM Jul.27  SF Chronicle  Judge allowed purchase SF Chronicle Aug.31    Seybold conference Sep.2   Protest To Slow Muni Sep.23    Musicians protest dot-com takeover Oct.2  SF Presidio  Lucasfilm's Center Questioned Oct.3    BofA Building for Sale Oct.24  Golden Gate Bridge  Giant cranes under bridges Oct.27    Petopia laying off 120 Nov.3    BofA agrees to $35 million settlement Nov.5    Protesting rising rents Nov.16   SF Chronicle Chronicle leaders named Nov.19    Labor leaders meet SF Examiner Nov.21   Examiner ends after 113 years
  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era
Nov.29    4 channel's Suzanne said goodbye Nov.30  Bay Bridge  FasTrak gets slow start Dec.4    Pets.com selling domain Dec.8    NorthPoint lays off 248 Dec.11    Examiner's exec. editor resigns Dec.23    Examiner managing editor fired Dec.28    Union Square to Get Makeover



San Francisco, 2000 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2000 Feb.16   SF City Hall   Probe of minority contractors
  Mayor Willie Brown, faced with a federal grand jury subpoena, has handed over a bundle of documents
Mar.2   Chinatown Gambling probe nets 15 arrests Mar.16   SF City Hall Full Probe Of Bribe Charge Promised Apr.6   Bay Bridge Police killed bicyclist Apr.28   City official, 4 execs indicted  A U.S. grand jury indicted Zula Jones on charges of defrauding government minority contracting programs May.18   SF Downtown Service honors 94 slain officers Jun.28  SF Sunset  Body found in trunk Jul.15  SF Mission  Teen reportedly shot by storeowner Jul.22   Marijuana found after fire Jul.24    Drive-by shooting Jul.27    Homicide Aug.1    Charged with sucking blood Aug.12    Skateboarder beaten to death Aug.22  Chinatown  Serial Robber Arrest Aug.26    2 Killed, 1 Injured Aug.27    8 Injured in Stabbing Aug.31   Killed While Sitting in Car. 94112 Sep.6    2 Men Suspected of Murder Sep.18    Prosecutor alleged bribery scheme Sep.27    Convicted of bribery Oct.17    Suspected in slayings arrested Oct.20    Police interrupted gun battle Nov.25  SF Bayview  Drive-by shooting killed 1 person Dec.1    Wounded Muni Driver Chases Attacker Dec.2    Surgeon arrested for sexual assault Dec.4   SF Downtown 3 shot near downtown Dec.14    Maid of honor killed Dec.18    Arrested for allegedly embezzling Dec.21    4 Shooting Overnight Dec.23  SF Mission  Raped and murdered Dec.23    2 dead in gunfire Dec.27  SF Zoo  2 koalas stolen from zoo Dec.28    Koalas recovered Dec.28   SF Zoo Teens steal 2 koalas  2 teenagers accused of stealing a pair of koalas from the Zoo to impress girlfriends Dec.30    3 People Shot



San Francisco, 2000 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.11   SF City Hall 3 Supervisors Back Bradley
Feb.3   SF Chronicle Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
  Eloquent satire skewered the pompous and powerful for over 40 years. He was 74
Feb.11   400 Clergy Protest Ban on Gay Marriage  Opponents of a ballot measure to ban gay marriage that has the backing of Catholic and Mormon leaders Feb.14   Chinatown Bush Senior Stumps for Son in Chinatown  Former U.S. President told a hall of Republican supporters that he and his wife were 'out there 100% for this son of ours' Feb.16   SF City Hall   Probe of minority contractors
  Mayor Willie Brown, faced with a federal grand jury subpoena, has handed over a bundle of documents
Feb.16   SF City Hall Supervisors Putting Brakes On Tire Ban Feb.17   SF City Hall Democratic Committee Race Mar.4   Clinton Races Around Bay  President was for 3 fund-raisers that raised $1 million for the Democrats and for 'Communication and Society' meeting Mar.22   SF Downtown Protesters decry nuke scientist's treatment  70 supporters of Wen Ho Lee, the scientist accused of mishandling nuclear secrets, rallied in front of the Federal Building May.15   SF City Hall S.F. picks D.C. chief to run its schools  Arlene Ackerman would be first black woman to head state's 5th largest district May.18   SF Downtown Service honors 94 slain officers Jul.4    Banks win on ATM Aug.5   Archdiocese: Teen-age workers banned Sep.2   Protest To Slow Muni Sep.2    Asians to Outnumber Whites Sep.14   SF City Hall Former SF Mayor Dies Sep.23    Musicians protest dot-com takeover Sep.27    Convicted of bribery Oct.6   SF Downtown Anti-Israel demonstration Nov.3    BofA agrees to $35 million settlement Nov.5    Protesting rising rents Nov.6    Green Party Senate candidate arrested Nov.7   SF City Hall Mayor lost majority Dec.12   SF City Hall Mayor loser in supervisor election Dec.16  SF Downtown  Fur Protesters Arrested Dec.22  SF City Hall  155 homeless died this year Dec.30    SF utility district?