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March 22, 2002
'Match Day' is a wonder for USF medical students
[Times photo: John Pendygraft]
Hoping for the residency of their dreams, some get their first choice, others don't.
Howard Troxler
Who's left to protect consumers? Only Jeb
It wasn't even close.

Top stories
'Visionary' engineer's legacy spans bay area
Eugene Figg Jr. had to navigate old-guard politics before drivers could traverse his innovative bridge design.

Molester to serve 9 years in prison
Convicted of molesting an 11-year-old girl, the ex-YMCA worker pleads no contest to two other charges in an agreement with prosecutors.

Ex-prosecutor crusades to unveil 'evil'
His recent lawsuit deals with the controversy surrounding Sami Al-Arian, and he sees himself as battling America's "dark secrets."

Again, Tampa International flies high
Tampa joins Amsterdam, Singapore and two others as it celebrates its second year as a finalist for world's best airport.

Family may sue over forced haircut at school
A student says a teacher and an aide held him down and cropped his long hair.

Retired appellate judge gets a year of probation in DUI case
LARGO -- A former state appeals court judge spent several hours as a fugitive Thursday before appearing in court to plead no contest to a misdemeanor DUI charge.

Tampa Bay briefs
Judge fighting JQC takes medical leave

UT program has a worldwide following
Students from all over the world take advantage of the MBA program as they try to comprehend the American way.

Buddhist monk brings calming words to USF
Bhante Wimala travels around the world preaching the Buddha's ancient messages of peace.

South Pinellas headlines
  • Proposed street soliciting ban dies
  • Prostitutes will get treatment, not jail
  • It's been a great career

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Mayor, two commissioners are sworn in
  • Woman is charged in pot-growing case
  • Library suggestions include 'don't do it'
  • Pinellas digest
  • Dog euthanized after incident
  • Top bird shows off renovated Blue Jays stadium
  • County buys property to add to preserve
  • Family faults shooting inquiry
  • These are sad days for those who love trees
  • Celebrations honor Greek independence
  • 40 years of fun: Oldsmar festival kicks off today
  • Police reports
  • Multiple champions top Good Life event
  • Happenings

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Crash kills Brandon couple, baby
  • Fire chief loses week's pay for van ride
  • Pakistani church victim's condition 'extremely critical'
  • Fire chief loses week's pay for van ride

  • North of Tampa
  • Before mastering language, class is oasis
  • Stand up and holler
  • Riders get tune-up in Goodlife Games
  • Growing orchids is a lesson in diversity
  • Longleaf residents enjoy view from the porch
  • New bumps -- and stripes -- in the road
  • Captivated by current events
  • Kid power
  • Loss of traffic light could pinch community
  • Neighborhood Notebook
  • Shell game
  • Out & About
  • Wesley Chapel wing battle is back

  • City Times - South Tampa
  • These Old World imports are unwelcome
  • The Social hub of SoHo
  • Spring can't be skipped
  • Fundraising heart and soul
  • 'He uplifts us with living'
  • Captain at sea, cattle baron too
  • Entrepreneur had wit, generosity, humility
  • Childhood memories still live in home
  • Park gets some TLC
  • Former Scotty's is site for huge apparel sale
  • Pharoah's Fire
  • TIA aims to muffle noise for residents
  • School boosters nail down fence fund
  • Stable setting
  • Time to feel the spirit
  • Datebook
  • N.E.A.T. Schedule
  • School news takes a break

  • News of Florida
  • Legislators struggle to cut deal
  • Phone rates bill in Bush's hands
  • Legislature in brief
  • Senate confirms Bush's PSC choice
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