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1. 01-17 Rolling Blackouts Start San Francisco
01-26 Woman dies after dog attack Pacific Avenue and Fillmore Street, Pacific Heights
D. 04-06 PG&E files for bankruptcy PG&E
E. 09-09 4 killed 67 Justin Drive, Bernal Heights
5. 09-22 4 people dead at fire SF Bayview
G. 10-05 Bonds breaks season record Pac Bell Park
H. 11-17 Senator son fatally shot San Francisco
I. 12-21 Circus trainer acquitted San Francisco

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Rolling Blackouts Start
Jan.17   San Francisco
  Stoplights went dark, store owners turned to pocket calculators, students were trapped on elevators.    Gov. Gray Davis declared a state of emergency. The outages affected 400,000 customers for between 60 and 90 min. at a time. The bl...
Jan.26   Pacific Heights
  Two bull mastiffs from a neighbor's apartment attacked and killed 32-year-old woman
 The leashed dogs bolted from Marjorie Knoller's apartment, dragged her down the hallway and lunged for the victim's throat as she tried to open her front door. The animals mauled the woman for about 5 minutes before Knoller could pull them back into her apartment. The victim died at a hospital
Mar.27  San Francisco  2 lawyers indicted in dog attack Apr.6   PG&E PG&E files for bankruptcy
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit.    Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the thi...
Apr.30  SF City Hall  City to pay for workers' sex-change Aug.15  San Francisco  Double homicide Aug.16  SF Tenderloin  Serial killer preys on gays Aug.31  SF Bayview  FBI, police arrest gang members Sep.5  SF Downtown  Chevron moves to San Ramon Sep.8  SF Downtown  Japanese Foreign Minister apologized Sep.9   Bernal Heights 4 killed
Sep.17  SF Downtown  Remembrance service Sep.22   SF Bayview 4 people dead at fire Sep.29  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits home run No. 69 Oct.4  Giants  Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70 Oct.5   Pac Bell Park   Bonds breaks season record
  Barry Bonds break Mark McGwire single-season record, hitting 71st, 72nd homers as Giants get eliminated. LA 11, Giants 10
 The record-breaker came on a tailing fastball from Chan Ho Park and landed in right-center. Many in the crowd of 41,730 stayed for the postgame ceremony, despite the late hour
Oct.7  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits No. 73 Oct.12  San Francisco  Trial in dog mauling moved to LA Oct.26  San Francisco  SF is finalist for Olympics Nov.1   Golden Gate Bridge   Possible Attack Planned for Bridges  Governor Davis has issued an alert that terrorists could try to destroy landmark California bridges Nov.5  PG&E  PG&E's earnings triple Nov.9  SF Bayview  O.J. Simpson's mother died at 80 Nov.11  SF City Hall  Public power measures defeated Nov.17   San Francisco Senator son fatally shot Nov.19  San Francisco  Bonds Named MVP Nov.21  SF City Hall  2000 elections to re-canvass Nov.27  SF Chronicle  Chronicle to cut 220 jobs Dec.1  San Francisco  ExciteAtHome turns off service Dec.19  Giants  Bonds staying with SF Giants Dec.21   San Francisco Circus trainer acquitted Dec.24  SF Tenderloin  Up to 50 people displaced by fire


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February 2001 Your ad is here
International sex ring
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Bridge stunt
5-Alarm Fire Burns Victorians
XFL made debut
March 2001
PG&E gets $1.2 billion tax refund
Blackouts Are Back
Schwab plans to cut 3,400 jobs
2 lawyers indicted in dog attack
Killer Dog Had Attacked Blind
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April 2001
PG&E files for bankruptcy
PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy
PG&E has 10,000 creditors
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City to pay for workers' sex-change
Fire Displaced Up to 100 people
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June 2001 Your ad is here
Notorious Criminal Under Arrest
City's black population plummets
Editor attacked by Komodo dragon
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July 2001
Webby Awards
Programmer's release demanded
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August 2001 Your ad is here
Double homicide
Serial killer preys on gays
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September 2001
Chevron moves to San Ramon
4 killed
Japanese Foreign Minister apologized
Remembrance service
4 people dead at fire
Bonds hits home run No. 69
October 2001 Your ad is here
Trial in dog mauling moved to LA
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Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70
Bonds breaks season record
Bonds hits No. 73
November 2001
PG&E's earnings triple
Public power measures defeated
Chronicle to cut 220 jobs
Possible Attack Planned for Bridges
Senator son fatally shot
O.J. Simpson's mother died at 80
Public power measures defeated
2000 elections to re-canvass
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Bonds Named MVP
December 2001
ExciteAtHome turns off service
Circus trainer acquitted
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Up to 50 people displaced by fire
Bonds staying with SF Giants

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Rolling Blackouts Start


January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.8  SF Downtown  Boy found dead in Bay
Jan.17   San Francisco  
  Stoplights went dark, store owners turned to pocket calculators, students were trapped on elevators
 Gov. Gray Davis declared a state of emergency. The outages affected 400,000 customers for between 60 and 90 min. at a time. The blackouts lasted about 2 hours, ending at 1:40 p.m. PG&E defaulted on paying $76 million to holders of the a form of short-term debt
Jan.19  SF City Hall  Mayor To Be Dad Again Jan.20  San Francisco  Rally denounced Bush presidency Jan.24  SF Richmond  2 Fires at Chinese Restaurants Jan.26   Pacific Heights     Woman dies after dog attack
Map of Pacific Avenue and Fillmore Street San Francisco
  Two bull mastiffs from a neighbor's apartment attacked and killed 32-year-old woman
 The leashed dogs bolted from Marjorie Knoller's apartment, dragged her down the hallway and lunged for the victim's throat as she tried to open her front door. The animals mauled the woman for about 5 minutes before Knoller could pull them back into her apartment. The victim died at a hospital
Jan.30  San Francisco  Prison Linked to Killer Dog

February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.4  Pac Bell Park  XFL made debut Feb.5  Golden Gate Bridge  Bridge stunt Feb.7  San Francisco  5-Alarm Fire Burns Victorians Feb.12  San Francisco  International sex ring

March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.16  PG&E  PG&E gets $1.2 billion tax refund Mar.19  PG&E  Blackouts Are Back Mar.22  Schwab  Schwab plans to cut 3,400 jobs Mar.27   San Francisco 2 lawyers indicted in dog attack
Mar.28  SF Downtown  Office rents down Mar.30  Pacific Heights  Killer Dog Had Attacked Blind

April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.6   PG&E   PG&E files for bankruptcy
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit
 Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. PG&E has 15 days to complete its bankruptcy paperwork. The governor called the decision 'a real slap in the face to California'
Apr.7  PG&E  PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy Apr.15  SF Downtown  Fire Displaced Up to 100 people Apr.26  PG&E  PG&E has 10,000 creditors Apr.30   SF City Hall   City to pay for workers' sex-change  The Board of Supervisors voted to provide up to $50,000 to city workers who want to switch their gender

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.10  SF Chronicle  Editor attacked by Komodo dragon Jun.15  San Francisco  Notorious Criminal Under Arrest Jun.17  San Francisco  City's black population plummets

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.7  San Francisco  61-year-old woman gives birth Jul.18  SF Downtown  Webby Awards Jul.30  San Francisco  Programmer's release demanded

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.7  Pacific Heights  Stabbing Death Aug.15   San Francisco Double homicide
Aug.16   SF Tenderloin Serial killer preys on gays  Pac Bell Park  Bonds Breaks Giant Record Aug.26  San Francisco  4 men kidnapped woman Aug.28  SF Bayview  Double Murder Aug.31   SF Bayview FBI, police arrest gang members

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.5   SF Downtown Chevron moves to San Ramon
Sep.7  SF Downtown  1840's ship uncovered Sep.8   SF Downtown   Japanese Foreign Minister apologized  Tanaka apologized to prisoners of war on 50th anniversary of the U.S.-Japan treaty at the War Memorial Opera House Sep.9   Bernal Heights   4 killed Map of 67 Justin Drive San Francisco
  Found dead at 67 Justin Drive
 Candlestick  49ers 16, Atlanta 13 Sep.11  SF Downtown  Buildings, Airports Closed Sep.13  SF Mission  Islamic Community Center insulted Sep.17   SF Downtown Remembrance service Sep.22   SF Bayview   4 people dead at fire
  3 children and one teen-ager died
Sep.23  Candlestick  St. Louis 30, 49ers. 26 Sep.25  Bay Bridge  Wall falls onto vehicle, killing man Sep.28  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits home run No. 68 Sep.29   Pac Bell Park Bonds hits home run No. 69


October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.4   Giants Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70
Oct.5   Pac Bell Park     Bonds breaks season record
  Barry Bonds break Mark McGwire single-season record, hitting 71st, 72nd homers as Giants get eliminated. LA 11, Giants 10
 The record-breaker came on a tailing fastball from Chan Ho Park and landed in right-center. Many in the crowd of 41,730 stayed for the postgame ceremony, despite the late hour
Oct.7   Pac Bell Park     Bonds hits No. 73  SF 2, LA 1. Barry Bonds is further extending the major league record Oct.8  SF Downtown  Hundreds Protest for Peace Oct.10  San Francisco  Pelosi Elected Democratic Whip Oct.12   San Francisco     Trial in dog mauling moved to LA  Judge said Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel probably couldn't get fair treatment in San Francisco Bay area Oct.18  San Francisco  Chairman resigns at Providian Oct.26   San Francisco SF is finalist for Olympics

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Golden Gate Bridge     Possible Attack Planned for Bridges
  Governor Davis has issued an alert that terrorists could try to destroy landmark California bridges
Nov.5   PG&E PG&E's earnings triple Nov.6  Golden Gate Bridge  FBI Admits to Warning Mistake Nov.9   SF Bayview O.J. Simpson's mother died at 80 Nov.11   SF City Hall   Public power measures defeated  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes Nov.12  San Francisco  Storm Snarls Traffic, Transit Nov.13  Golden Gate Park  Police horse attacked by dog Nov.14  SF City Hall  City backs down on leash dogs Nov.16  SF Downtown  Hall of Justice Evacuated Nov.17   San Francisco   Senator son fatally shot
  Bruce McPherson's son shot while walking home in a robbery shooting
Nov.19   San Francisco Bonds Named MVP Nov.21   SF City Hall 2000 elections to re-canvass Nov.26  San Francisco  Providian hires new CEO Nov.27   SF Chronicle Chronicle to cut 220 jobs Nov.28  Highway 3Com  Troubled 3Com won't renew name Nov.30  SF Downtown  Car stolen with 6-year-old boy

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1   San Francisco ExciteAtHome turns off service
Dec.5  San Francisco  Huge Homeless Camp Dismantled Dec.10  SF Presidio  Presidio Trust leader resignes Dec.12  SF City Hall  Herrera wins city attorney race Dec.14  Chinatown  Chinatown gang members sentenced Dec.18  Highway 280  Money are laundering after car fire Dec.19   Giants     Bonds staying with SF Giants  Barry decided to accept the Giants' offer of salary arbitration Dec.21   San Francisco   Circus trainer acquitted
  Jury acquits Mark Oliver Gebel, 31, of a charge he abused an elephant outside a performance
Dec.22  Candlestick  49ers 13, Philadelphia 3 Dec.24   SF Tenderloin   Up to 50 people displaced by fire  5-story, wood-framed building Dec.25  SF City Hall  Former welfare official is fugitive Dec.29  SF Downtown  To widen ban on street begging



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San Francisco, 2001 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2001
Jan.8  SF Downtown  Boy found dead in Bay
Jan.17   San Francisco
  Stoplights went dark, store owners turned to pocket calculators, students were trapped on elevators
 Gov. Gray Davis declared a state of emergency. The outages affected 400,000 customers for between 60 and 90 min. at a time. The blackouts lasted about 2 hours, ending at 1:40 p.m. PG&E defaulted on paying $76 million to holders of the a form of short-term debt
Jan.24  SF Richmond  2 Fires at Chinese Restaurants Jan.26   Pacific Heights   Woman dies after dog attack Map of Pacific Avenue and Fillmore Street San Francisco
  Two bull mastiffs from a neighbor's apartment attacked and killed 32-year-old woman
 The leashed dogs bolted from Marjorie Knoller's apartment, dragged her down the hallway and lunged for the victim's throat as she tried to open her front door. The animals mauled the woman for about 5 minutes before Knoller could pull them back into her apartment. The victim died at a hospital
Feb.5  Golden Gate Bridge  Bridge stunt Feb.7  San Francisco  5-Alarm Fire Burns Victorians Apr.15  SF Downtown  Fire Displaced Up to 100 people Jun.10  SF Chronicle  Editor attacked by Komodo dragon Sep.11  SF Downtown  Buildings, Airports Closed Sep.22   SF Bayview 4 people dead at fire
  3 children and one teen-ager died
Sep.25  Bay Bridge  Wall falls onto vehicle, killing man Nov.12  San Francisco  Storm Snarls Traffic, Transit Nov.13  Golden Gate Park  Police horse attacked by dog Nov.16  SF Downtown  Hall of Justice Evacuated Dec.18  Highway 280  Money are laundering after car fire Dec.24   SF Tenderloin Up to 50 people displaced by fire  5-story, wood-framed building



San Francisco, 2001 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2001 Mar.16  PG&E  PG&E gets $1.2 billion tax refund Mar.19  PG&E  Blackouts Are Back Mar.22  Schwab  Schwab plans to cut 3,400 jobs Mar.28  SF Downtown  Office rents down Apr.6   PG&E PG&E files for bankruptcy
  California's largest utility voluntarily filed for Chapter 11. It had run up an $8.9 billion deficit
 Pacific Gas and Electric Co debts are increasing by $300 million a month. The bankruptcy filing does not affect the utility's parent company, PG&E Corp. It's the third-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. PG&E has 15 days to complete its bankruptcy paperwork. The governor called the decision 'a real slap in the face to California'
Apr.7  PG&E  PG&E bonuses before bankruptcy Apr.26  PG&E  PG&E has 10,000 creditors Jul.7  San Francisco  61-year-old woman gives birth Jul.18  SF Downtown  Webby Awards Jul.30  San Francisco  Programmer's release demanded Sep.5   SF Downtown Chevron moves to San Ramon Sep.7  SF Downtown  1840's ship uncovered Oct.18  San Francisco  Chairman resigns at Providian Nov.5   PG&E PG&E's earnings triple Nov.11   SF City Hall Public power measures defeated  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes Nov.26  San Francisco  Providian hires new CEO Nov.27   SF Chronicle Chronicle to cut 220 jobs Dec.1   San Francisco ExciteAtHome turns off service



San Francisco, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Feb.4  Pac Bell Park  XFL made debut Aug.16  Pac Bell Park  Bonds Breaks Giant Record Sep.9  Candlestick  49ers 16, Atlanta 13 Sep.23  Candlestick  St. Louis 30, 49ers. 26 Sep.28  Pac Bell Park  Bonds hits home run No. 68 Sep.29   Pac Bell Park Bonds hits home run No. 69
Oct.4   Giants Bonds ties McGwire with No. 70 Oct.5   Pac Bell Park   Bonds breaks season record
  Barry Bonds break Mark McGwire single-season record, hitting 71st, 72nd homers as Giants get eliminated. LA 11, Giants 10
 The record-breaker came on a tailing fastball from Chan Ho Park and landed in right-center. Many in the crowd of 41,730 stayed for the postgame ceremony, despite the late hour
Oct.7   Pac Bell Park   Bonds hits No. 73  SF 2, LA 1. Barry Bonds is further extending the major league record Oct.26   San Francisco SF is finalist for Olympics Nov.19   San Francisco Bonds Named MVP Nov.28  Highway 3Com  Troubled 3Com won't renew name Dec.19   Giants   Bonds staying with SF Giants  Barry decided to accept the Giants' offer of salary arbitration Dec.22  Candlestick  49ers 13, Philadelphia 3



San Francisco, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.30  San Francisco  Prison Linked to Killer Dog Feb.12  San Francisco  International sex ring Mar.27   San Francisco 2 lawyers indicted in dog attack
Mar.30  Pacific Heights  Killer Dog Had Attacked Blind Jun.15  San Francisco  Notorious Criminal Under Arrest Aug.7  Pacific Heights  Stabbing Death Aug.15   San Francisco Double homicide Aug.16   SF Tenderloin Serial killer preys on gays Aug.26  San Francisco  4 men kidnapped woman Aug.28  SF Bayview  Double Murder Aug.31   SF Bayview FBI, police arrest gang members Sep.9   Bernal Heights 4 killed Map of 67 Justin Drive San Francisco
  Found dead at 67 Justin Drive
Sep.13  SF Mission  Islamic Community Center insulted Oct.12   San Francisco   Trial in dog mauling moved to LA  Judge said Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel probably couldn't get fair treatment in San Francisco Bay area Nov.1   Golden Gate Bridge   Possible Attack Planned for Bridges
  Governor Davis has issued an alert that terrorists could try to destroy landmark California bridges
Nov.6  Golden Gate Bridge  FBI Admits to Warning Mistake Nov.17   San Francisco Senator son fatally shot
  Bruce McPherson's son shot while walking home in a robbery shooting
Nov.30  SF Downtown  Car stolen with 6-year-old boy Dec.14  Chinatown  Chinatown gang members sentenced Dec.21   San Francisco Circus trainer acquitted
  Jury acquits Mark Oliver Gebel, 31, of a charge he abused an elephant outside a performance
Dec.25  SF City Hall  Former welfare official is fugitive



San Francisco, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.19  SF City Hall  Mayor To Be Dad Again Jan.20  San Francisco  Rally denounced Bush presidency Apr.30   SF City Hall City to pay for workers' sex-change  The Board of Supervisors voted to provide up to $50,000 to city workers who want to switch their gender Jun.17  San Francisco  City's black population plummets Jul.30  San Francisco  Programmer's release demanded Sep.8   SF Downtown Japanese Foreign Minister apologized  Tanaka apologized to prisoners of war on 50th anniversary of the U.S.-Japan treaty at the War Memorial Opera House Sep.17   SF Downtown Remembrance service Oct.8  SF Downtown  Hundreds Protest for Peace Oct.10  San Francisco  Pelosi Elected Democratic Whip Nov.9   SF Bayview O.J. Simpson's mother died at 80 Nov.11   SF City Hall Public power measures defeated  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes Nov.14  SF City Hall  City backs down on leash dogs Nov.21   SF City Hall 2000 elections to re-canvass Dec.5  San Francisco  Huge Homeless Camp Dismantled Dec.10  SF Presidio  Presidio Trust leader resignes Dec.12  SF City Hall  Herrera wins city attorney race Dec.29  SF Downtown  To widen ban on street begging