March 28, 2002
Flaws in Al-Arian suit raise doubts
Errors of fact and spelling, plus a reliance on confidential sources, may weaken the lawsuit against the professor.
Bishop's accuser omits old arrests
Bill Urbanski loses a job offer from St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation after failing to disclose two misdemeanor arrests 20 years ago.
Diocese again defends one of its clergymen
A priest says a polygraph and investigation cleared him. But the man who says he made improper advances plans legal action against a parish and the diocese.
Cable show obscene in official's view
Commissioner Storms wants an investigation of the public access station, which receives public funds.
Suspect ruled incompetent
LARGO -- A man accused of decapitating his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend with a machete last month has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial on a first-degree murder charge.
Forecast calls for mid 80s Easter Sunday
Expect clear skies and highs in the mid 80s for Easter egg hunts around Tampa Bay this weekend, continuing the higher-than-normal temperatures of the past few weeks.
South Pinellas headlines
Recount sustains 5-vote win in election
Riled man's gun waving leads to 6-hour standoff
North Pinellas headlines
Man, 89, injured; 2 aides arrested
Students take learning up, up and away
City poised to buy mobile home park
Four arrested in gambling case
40 stores refuse to sell teen alcohol
Mayor, commissioner dispute critical letter
A tearful goodbye from the public eye
Where there's controversy, there's Caruso
Back with canine unit and in charge
Couple honored for their courage
News of Florida
Harding to retire early from Supreme Court
Bush side scores McBride e-mail list
Bush signs off on redistricting, but lawsuits loom
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