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Police release dog mauling information  SFPD identified the boy who was killed as Nicholas Faibish. He was discovered by mother when she returned home Mother Insists Dogs Weren't Vicious Classmates Grieve Mauling Death Funeral Held For Boy Mauled By Pit Bull  Family members of 12-year-old Nicholas Faibish killed in a pit bull attack held funeral services for him Mother shut son to protect him from dogs
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1. 01-10 Police officer injured in car crash SF Richmond
C. 01-10 Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime SF Sunset
3. 01-14 Off-duty cop rescue man from fire SF Sunset
E. 01-21 Huge Pot Bust SF Sunset
01-25 Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces SF City Hall
6. 02-06 Residents flee, gas leak blamed Ingleside
7. 02-13 Surfers pulled body from water SF Sunset
I. 03-01 Woman killed, man hospitalized SF Sunset

Residents flee, gas leak blamed Surfers pulled body from water Woman killed, man hospitalized  Gunman Targeting Boyfriend in Murder Suspect Arrested For Sunset Shootings  The Marshals arrested Chad Dias, 20, and charged with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder Coast Guard rescued surfer Scientists identified 56 species of bees Radar Signs Curb Speeding on 19th Ave.  AAA spent $22,000 to make permanent two radar speed signs Candles suspected as cause of fire World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls  All weekend long, people flocked to the Conservatory of Flowers hoping to catch a glimpse of 'Ted the Titan' Dog Mauling Claims Life of Boy
Police officer injured in car crash   Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime  Violent crime dropped 6% in 2004. But homicides are up Off-duty cop rescue man from fire Huge Pot Bust Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces


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  2 dogs were at the location, one of which was shot after it attempted to prevent officers from entering the premises
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  The mother of the boy fatally mauled said she shut her son in the basement on the day he was killed
Jun.22   Major Pot Club Crackdown
  Federal agents raided 3 separate locations and there may be more to come
Jun.23   Mother Charged in Dog Mauling Death
  A prosecutor said Maureen Faibish knew it was dangerous to leave her son alone with the dogs
Jun.25   Lucas Opens New Headquarters  Star Wars creator celebrated the move of the Lucasfilm Ltd. to the Letterman Digital Arts Center

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Jul.17   AIDS Walk Draws Thousands
  18th Annual AIDS Walk began with a concert in Sharon Meadow Jul.24   Body of 68-year-old man discovered  Park police officers found the body inside a RV. The body was already displaying signs of moderate decomposition Jul.31 Tony Torres, Sarah Hallas win Marathon

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Aug.25     Arrested for allegedly making explosives  33-year-old Jeffrey Rosario is being charged with possession of a destructive device

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Sep.7   No to 19th Avenue double fine bill  A bill that passed the state Assembly, has been vetoed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Oct.13   Orphanage shoots for computerized films
  The visual effects company announces its new computer-animated feature film subsidiary Oct.15   M.H. de Young Museum open to public  $202 million, 293,000 square feet and three stories Memorial Museum has angular, copper-clad exterior Oct.22 17,000 walk against breast cancer


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Nov.15   One Dead In Shooting  Kezar Drive has been shut down while investigators search for the murder weapon Nov.18   New Director Named For de Young Museum  John E. Buchanan Jr., has served as executive director of the Portland Art Museum for the past 11 years

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Dec.10   Volunteers Search For Missing Man  Volunteers combed the park, searching for clues to the whereabouts of Jerry Tang, 39, missing for 11 days Dec.18   Body Found Near Water On Ocean Beach   A park visitor called 911 after discovering the body just south of Judah Street. The body is of a 40-years-old man




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Police officer injured in car crash Off-duty cop rescue man from fire Residents flee, gas leak blamed Surfers pulled body from water Coast Guard rescued surfer Candles suspected as cause of fire Dog Mauling Claims Life of Boy




Western San Francisco, 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Jun.3
  2 dogs were at the location, one of which was shot after it attempted to prevent officers from entering the premises
Jun.4 Police release dog mauling information  SFPD identified the boy who was killed as Nicholas Faibish. He was discovered by mother when she returned home Jun.5 Mother Insists Dogs Weren't Vicious
Jun.12 Mother shut son to protect him from dogs
  The mother of the boy fatally mauled said she shut her son in the basement on the day he was killed
Jul.17 AIDS Walk Draws Thousands
  18th Annual AIDS Walk began with a concert in Sharon Meadow Jul.24 Body of 68-year-old man discovered  Park police officers found the body inside a RV. The body was already displaying signs of moderate decomposition Dec.10 Volunteers Search For Missing Man  Volunteers combed the park, searching for clues to the whereabouts of Jerry Tang, 39, missing for 11 days Dec.18 Body Found Near Water On Ocean Beach   A park visitor called 911 after discovering the body just south of Judah Street. The body is of a 40-years-old man



Western San Francisco, 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.13 Scientists identified 56 species of bees May.29 World's Largest, Stinkiest Plant Enthralls
  All weekend long, people flocked to the Conservatory of Flowers hoping to catch a glimpse of 'Ted the Titan' Jun.6 Classmates Grieve Mauling Death Oct.15 M.H. de Young Museum open to public  $202 million, 293,000 square feet and three stories Memorial Museum has angular, copper-clad exterior Nov.18 New Director Named For de Young Museum  John E. Buchanan Jr., has served as executive director of the Portland Art Museum for the past 11 years



Western San Francisco, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Jul.17 AIDS Walk Draws Thousands  18th Annual AIDS Walk began with a concert in Sharon Meadow Jul.31 Tony Torres, Sarah Hallas win Marathon
Oct.22 17,000 walk against breast cancer



Western San Francisco, 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Jun.25 Lucas Opens New Headquarters  Star Wars creator celebrated the move of the Lucasfilm Ltd. to the Letterman Digital Arts Center Oct.13 Orphanage shoots for computerized films  The visual effects company announces its new computer-animated feature film subsidiary



Western San Francisco, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.10   Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime  Violent crime dropped 6% in 2004. But homicides are up Jan.21 Huge Pot Bust
Mar.1 Woman killed, man hospitalized  Gunman Targeting Boyfriend in Murder Mar.4 Suspect Arrested For Sunset Shootings  The Marshals arrested Chad Dias, 20, and charged with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder Mar.20 Radar Signs Curb Speeding on 19th Ave.  AAA spent $22,000 to make permanent two radar speed signs Jun.22 Major Pot Club Crackdown
  Federal agents raided 3 separate locations and there may be more to come
Jun.23 Mother Charged in Dog Mauling Death
  A prosecutor said Maureen Faibish knew it was dangerous to leave her son alone with the dogs
Aug.25   Arrested for allegedly making explosives  33-year-old Jeffrey Rosario is being charged with possession of a destructive device Sep.7 No to 19th Avenue double fine bill  A bill that passed the state Assembly, has been vetoed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Nov.15 One Dead In Shooting  Kezar Drive has been shut down while investigators search for the murder weapon



Western San Francisco, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.10   Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime
  Violent crime dropped 6% in 2004. But homicides are up Jan.25 Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces
  The supervisors voted to ban smoking in all parks, public squares and other spaces that the city owns
Jun.8 Funeral Held For Boy Mauled By Pit Bull  Family members of 12-year-old Nicholas Faibish killed in a pit bull attack held funeral services for him Sep.7 No to 19th Avenue double fine bill  A bill that passed the state Assembly, has been vetoed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Nov.18 New Director Named For de Young Museum  John E. Buchanan Jr., has served as executive director of the Portland Art Museum for the past 11 years