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Probe of minority contractors Mudslide crushed 5 homes Darrell Keith Rich executed Pacific Bell Park official opening game  First regular season game: April 11, 2000 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Capacity: 40,930 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 Bay Area News Atlas started  Features San Francisco Bay Area headlines linked to news articles Sausage factory owner killed 3 inspectors  Stuart Alexander, 39, killed government meat inspectors who were trying to serve a notice of violation at the plant 5.2 Earthquake
2 dead after home invasion gang robbery   Jobs drops 'interim' from title  After 2 1/2 years as Apple's interim CEO Steve Jobs becomes 'iCEO' at Macworld Expo at the Moscone Center Columnist Art Hoppe Dies Pet thrown into oncoming traffic   Andrew Douglas Burnett, 27, snatched a small dog from inside the car and tossed it into traffic in an incident of road rage Cartoonist Charles Schulz died


January 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jan.4   Alamo
Jan.6   Apple  
Jan.13  San Francisco  Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops
Jan.20  Apple  Apple Far Exceeds Estimates
Jan.22  Berkeley  Landlord is Overlord of India Village


February 2000 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  Berkeley  Free-Lancers On Strike at Pacifica News
Feb.3   SF Chronicle
Feb.7  Yahoo  Yahoo, eBay crippled by hackers
Feb.11   San Jose  
Feb.13   Santa Rosa  
  Cartoonist who created the Peanuts strip died in his sleep apparently from complications of colon cancer.    350 million people who read his strips. His death was announced the very day that Schulz' final Peanuts strip ...
Feb.16   SF City Hall


March 2000 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  San Francisco  Clinton Races Around Bay
Mar.9   Millbrae
Mar.15   San Quentin
 San Francisco  49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model
Mar.20  San Francisco  DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister
Mar.30  SF Chronicle  Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst


April 2000 ... more > Top ^
Apr.11   Pac Bell Park  
Apr.12  Vallejo  Police officer shot and killed
Apr.28  San Francisco  City official, 4 execs indicted


May 2000 ... more > Top ^
May.14   SF Chronicle  


June 2000 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3   Danville  
Jun.21   San Leandro  


August 2000 ... more > Top ^
Aug.21  Berkeley  3 people die in fire


September 2000 ... more > Top ^
Sep.3   Napa  
  72 people injured. 2,500 buildings may have suffered up to $15 million worth of damage.    The quake hit at 1:36 a.m. Sunday and caused broken windows, fallen chimneys and cracked walls. 6 minor aftershoc...
Sep.22   Oakland   4 police officers under investigation  'Riders' accused of falsifying documents, beating suspects, mishandling evidence

November 2000 ... more > Top ^
Nov.18  San Quentin  Prisoner Nominated for Nobel Prize Nov.20   Intel Intel Introduces Pentium 4 Nov.21   San Francisco   Examiner ends after 113 years  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era

December 2000 ... more > Top ^
Dec.31   Los Altos   Alan Cranston died  Former Sen., a liberal. He ended 24-year Senate career in 1993. Died at 86


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San Francisco Bay Area in 2000 , Top Stories, Location by Topic
Location Business Politics Crime Accidents Sports
San Francisco
Schwab Buying U.S. Trust Corp.
DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister
Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion
Hearst, Chronicle Try to Tossed Out Suit
Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst
Wells Fargo posts record profits
Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'
Examiner ends after 113 years
Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
400 Clergy Protest Ban on Gay Marriage
Bush Senior Stumps for Son in Chinatown
Probe of minority contractors
Clinton Races Around Bay
Protesters decry nuke scientist's treatment
S.F. picks D.C. chief to run its schools
Probe of minority contractors
City official, 4 execs indicted
Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops
SF Ties All-Time Heat Record at 103
49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model
DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister
Pacific Bell Park official opening game
East Bay
Tosco to Pay $2 Million in Fatal Flash Fire
Free-Lancers On Strike at Pacifica News
Furniture megastore Ikea opened
Bay Area News Atlas started
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
Race-Neutral Plan For Contracts Okd
Twin brothers shot to death
4 police officers under investigation
2 dead after home invasion gang robbery
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
Twin brothers shot to death
Sausage factory owner killed 3 inspectors
Tosco to Pay $2 Million in Fatal Flash Fire
3 people die in fire
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Silicon Valley
Jobs drops 'interim' from title
Apple Far Exceeds Estimates
Yahoo, eBay crippled by hackers
Intel Introduces Pentium 4
Alan Cranston died
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Shields keeps Sharks alive in playoff
Alameda County
Free-Lancers On Strike at Pacifica News
Furniture megastore Ikea opened
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
Twin brothers shot to death
4 police officers under investigation
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
Twin brothers shot to death
Sausage factory owner killed 3 inspectors
3 people die in fire
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Peninsula
Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes
Former Executive Sues Over Termination
Interfaith To Press for Affordable Homes
Grieving Alaska Flight families gather
Stamp Of Disapproval on Post Office
Postal worker dumping mail into trash
Jet bound for S.F. plunges into see
Mudslide crushed 5 homes
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SF Chronicle
Chronicle To Rename Concord Pavilion
Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst
Sale of Chronicle turns into 'nightmare'
Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
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Prisoner Nominated for Nobel Prize
Darrell Keith Rich executed
5.2 Earthquake
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Berkeley
Free-Lancers On Strike at Pacifica News
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
17 Senegal dancers to seek asylum
Landlord is Overlord of India Village
3 people die in fire
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San Jose
Cisco buy ArrowPoint for $6 Billion
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Shields keeps Sharks alive in playoff
Contra Costa County
Tosco to Pay $2 Million in Fatal Flash Fire
Bay Area News Atlas started
Race-Neutral Plan For Contracts Okd
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Tosco to Pay $2 Million in Fatal Flash Fire
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Pet thrown into oncoming traffic   Andrew Douglas Burnett, 27, snatched a small dog from inside the car and tossed it into traffic in an incident of road rage Mudslide crushed 5 homes 5.2 Earthquake




SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2000 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2000
Jan.13  San Francisco  Helicopter Crash Kills Two S.F. Cops
Feb.11   San Jose
Mar.9   Millbrae
Aug.21  Berkeley  3 people die in fire
Sep.3   Napa
  72 people injured. 2,500 buildings may have suffered up to $15 million worth of damage.    The quake hit at 1:36 a.m. Sunday and caused broken windows, fallen chimneys and cracked walls. 6 minor aftershoc...




SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2000 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2000 Mar.15  San Francisco  49ers' star Steve Young marries ex-model Mar.20  San Francisco  DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister 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



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2000 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.6   Apple   Jobs drops 'interim' from title  After 2 1/2 years as Apple's interim CEO Steve Jobs becomes 'iCEO' at Macworld Expo at the Moscone Center Jan.20  Apple  Apple Far Exceeds Estimates Feb.1  Berkeley  Free-Lancers On Strike at Pacifica News Feb.3   SF Chronicle Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
Feb.7  Yahoo  Yahoo, eBay crippled by hackers Mar.20  San Francisco  DeBartolo gave interest in 49ers to sister Mar.30  SF Chronicle  Justice clears Chron sale to Hearst 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.3   Danville Bay Area News Atlas started  Features San Francisco Bay Area headlines linked to news articles Nov.20   Intel Intel Introduces Pentium 4 Nov.21   San Francisco Examiner ends after 113 years  220 San Francisco Examiner workers faced a new era



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2000 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.4   Alamo 2 dead after home invasion gang robbery
Jan.22  Berkeley  Landlord is Overlord of India Village Feb.11   San Jose Pet thrown into oncoming traffic   Andrew Douglas Burnett, 27, snatched a small dog from inside the car and tossed it into traffic in an incident of road rage Feb.16   SF City Hall Probe of minority contractors Mar.15   San Quentin Darrell Keith Rich executed Apr.12  Vallejo  Police officer shot and killed Apr.28  San Francisco  City official, 4 execs indicted Jun.21   San Leandro Sausage factory owner killed 3 inspectors  Stuart Alexander, 39, killed government meat inspectors who were trying to serve a notice of violation at the plant



SF Bay Area, Top Stories, 2000 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2000 Jan.22  Berkeley  Landlord is Overlord of India Village Feb.3   SF Chronicle Columnist Art Hoppe Dies
Feb.13   Santa Rosa Cartoonist Charles Schulz died
  Cartoonist who created the Peanuts strip died in his sleep apparently from complications of colon cancer.    350 million people who read his strips. His death was announced the very day that Schulz' final Peanuts strip ...
Feb.16   SF City Hall Probe of minority contractors Mar.4  San Francisco  Clinton Races Around Bay Sep.22   Oakland 4 police officers under investigation  'Riders' accused of falsifying documents, beating suspects, mishandling evidence Nov.18  San Quentin  Prisoner Nominated for Nobel Prize Dec.31   Los Altos Alan Cranston died  Former Sen., a liberal. He ended 24-year Senate career in 1993. Died at 86