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Smoking caused fire Boat ran aground Man robbed bookstore with shotgun Baby Bullet train construction postponed  Construction firms need more time to assemble crews and equipment Miller family to block Brewing from Web  Efforts by Miller Brewing to force the family to give up millertime.com prompted Miller and his family to file a complaint Couple killed after motorcycle accident  Driver of the motorcycle was Malcolm Butler, 66. His passenger was his wife Constance, 54, both from Alamo Siebel, Reuters Join Up on Software Man lured children into truck  Latino man driving a blue pickup truck has lured several local children into his truck where inappropriately touched them 2-alarm structure fire 28 Charges Against Sex Assault Suspect 2-alarm fire damaged elementary school Siebel cutting 1,100 jobs; profits plunge
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3,681 acres sold for public use  The Driscoll Ranch was sold for $21 million and be ready for hikers, cyclists and equestrians in 3 years No contest to embezzlement PG&E gives $162,000 to city Charged possessing child pornography 3-alarm fire displaced 15 people  Fire has stemmed from a flare-up of oil or grease while one of the building's residents was cooking Siebel becomes major industry lobbyist
Sentenced for neglecting dog Invited to party, bound and robbed Arrested for lewd acts on minors Earnings top expectations  Business regained steam in the fourth quarter Boy struck by commuter train 4 people in hospital after gas leak Hometown MVP


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  Aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends gathered to cheer Tom Brady
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  Siebel Systems is making political action committee the largest in the industry and second largest corporate PAC in US


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  Bad market for corporate technology spending caused a 61% decline in second-quarter profits
Jul.18 Shares Sink to 3-Year Low

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Aug.9 Plans to remove illegal billboards
. 94019 Aug.17 17 dogs removed from home Aug.18   Shoplifting turned attempted murder  When one of the store's employees chased down the suspects he was stabbed twice in the back Aug.22 Power failure hits 3,700 Aug.23   Major Injury Accident on Highway 92  Several lanes were shut down after at least four cars collided. Several people were flown by helicopter Aug.29   Disaster cache destroyed in fire  Officials say was intentionally set. Containers and their contents were destroyed, including 5,000 feet of hose Aug.30 Man plummeted to his death

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Sep.6   4-alarm fire killed 83-year-old woman
  Fire displaced around 40 residents of an apartment complex. Oxygen tank explosion left a hole on the building's face Sep.20 Bridge Widening in Final Stretch
Sep.26     Anti-War Protest  Demonstrators gathered outside the offices of Congressman Tom Lantos, a strong proponent of U.S. action against Iraq

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Oct.7 Man jumped off bridge after truck stalls
Oct.11 Siebel Sued by Public Pension Oct.21 Siebel tighten relationship with Microsoft Oct.24   Bank robbery at Citibank  30-year-old white man entered the Citibank and demanded money from a teller Oct.29   More Lanes Ready
  There are now 3 lanes in both directions on the entire span, plus new shoulders on either side
Oct.30   82-year-old woman run down  Woman was critically injured by a motorist while trying to cross the street

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Nov.1   Armored Car Employee Robbed
  In broad daylight, during a cash drop-off, two men pulled out their guns and robbed the Brinks employee
Nov.4   Westbound extra lane opened
  Another lane on the eastbound side is expected to be added in February 2003 Nov.11   2-alarm fire broke out in garage  Water heater turned on and ignited gasoline fumes in motorcycle mechanic's garage

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Dec.11   'Computer Chronicles' to end  A national public television series devoted to personal computing, is powering down after 20 years Dec.15   Man trapped inside mangled car  Fire Department pulled off a lengthy extrication of 55-year-old man trapped inside a car during heavy storm conditions




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Boy struck by commuter train 4 people in hospital after gas leak 3-alarm fire displaced 15 people  Fire has stemmed from a flare-up of oil or grease while one of the building's residents was cooking Smoking caused fire Boat ran aground Couple killed after motorcycle accident  Driver of the motorcycle was Malcolm Butler, 66. His passenger was his wife Constance, 54, both from Alamo 2-alarm structure fire 2-alarm fire damaged elementary school 17 dogs removed from home Power failure hits 3,700 Major Injury Accident on Highway 92  Several lanes were shut down after at least four cars collided. Several people were flown by helicopter Disaster cache destroyed in fire  Officials say was intentionally set. Containers and their contents were destroyed, including 5,000 feet of hose Man plummeted to his death 4-alarm fire killed 83-year-old woman  Fire displaced around 40 residents of an apartment complex. Oxygen tank explosion left a hole on the building's face Man jumped off bridge after truck stalls 82-year-old woman run down  Woman was critically injured by a motorist while trying to cross the street 2-alarm fire broke out in garage  Water heater turned on and ignited gasoline fumes in motorcycle mechanic's garage Man trapped inside mangled car  Fire Department pulled off a lengthy extrication of 55-year-old man trapped inside a car during heavy storm conditions 2-alarm fire damaged elementary school Hometown MVP




San Mateo, 2002 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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San Mateo, 2002 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
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Feb.4
  Aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends gathered to cheer Tom Brady




San Mateo, 2002 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.23 Earnings top expectations  Business regained steam in the fourth quarter Feb.5 3,681 acres sold for public use  The Driscoll Ranch was sold for $21 million and be ready for hikers, cyclists and equestrians in 3 years Mar.5 PG&E gives $162,000 to city Mar.24 Siebel becomes major industry lobbyist
  Siebel Systems is making political action committee the largest in the industry and second largest corporate PAC in US
Apr.26 Baby Bullet train construction postponed  Construction firms need more time to assemble crews and equipment Apr.30 Miller family to block Brewing from Web  Efforts by Miller Brewing to force the family to give up millertime.com prompted Miller and his family to file a complaint May.19 Siebel, Reuters Join Up on Software Jul.17 Siebel cutting 1,100 jobs; profits plunge
  Bad market for corporate technology spending caused a 61% decline in second-quarter profits
Jul.18 Shares Sink to 3-Year Low Sep.20 Bridge Widening in Final Stretch Oct.11 Siebel Sued by Public Pension Oct.21 Siebel tighten relationship with Microsoft Oct.29 More Lanes Ready
  There are now 3 lanes in both directions on the entire span, plus new shoulders on either side
Nov.4 Westbound extra lane opened
  Another lane on the eastbound side is expected to be added in February 2003 Dec.11 'Computer Chronicles' to end  A national public television series devoted to personal computing, is powering down after 20 years



San Mateo, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.3 Sentenced for neglecting dog Jan.5 Invited to party, bound and robbed Jan.11 Arrested for lewd acts on minors Feb.21 No contest to embezzlement Mar.7 Charged possessing child pornography Apr.18 Man robbed bookstore with shotgun May.26 Man lured children into truck  Latino man driving a blue pickup truck has lured several local children into his truck where inappropriately touched them Jun.24 28 Charges Against Sex Assault Suspect Aug.18 Shoplifting turned attempted murder  When one of the store's employees chased down the suspects he was stabbed twice in the back Aug.29 Disaster cache destroyed in fire  Officials say was intentionally set. Containers and their contents were destroyed, including 5,000 feet of hose Oct.24 Bank robbery at Citibank  30-year-old white man entered the Citibank and demanded money from a teller Nov.1 Armored Car Employee Robbed
  In broad daylight, during a cash drop-off, two men pulled out their guns and robbed the Brinks employee




San Mateo, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Aug.9 Plans to remove illegal billboards. 94019 Sep.26   Anti-War Protest  Demonstrators gathered outside the offices of Congressman Tom Lantos, a strong proponent of U.S. action against Iraq