April 4, 2002
Safety replaces firearm buyback
Organizers will focus on free locks, public relations and safety classes now that interest has waned in the buyback program.
Man, potential weapon remain a mystery at TIA
A day after a gun scare rattled the airport, officials said they'll probably never know more than they do now.
Fire hits TECO second time in two weeks
Service disruptions are unlikely as TECO workers repair damaged conveyor belts.
Justice Department enters bias suit
The brief supports a USF basketball player, but attorneys differ on its meaning to the case.
Official after station that aired show
A commissioner wants to cancel the contract of a station that broadcast an "obscene" show.
More sailors face cocaine smuggling charges
TAMPA -- In what has become routine, a group of sailors has been brought to federal court in Tampa to face charges of smuggling cocaine from South America.
South Pinellas headlines
Man pleads guilty in 2 murder cases
North Pinellas headlines
Got gator? Broom does the trick for one woman
Dunedin resident files to challenge Latvala
Widow files suit against utility
Fire tears through apartments
Renaissance fest told to pack up, go
Parkway drivers are dangerous; traffic light needed
Woman's death prompts renewed calls for signal
Super National tourney loaded with area players
Inmate with violent past escapes from county jail
Assistant principals dread cut in salary
Fire witness' concern enables arrest
Bean there, sorority fare, just stay out of my hair
News of Florida
Bush creates panel on FCAT assistance
GOP leader predicts 'anti-Jeb' campaign
Legislative prayer: 'Oh, God, here we go again'
Not so fast: Comptroller says he may not run against Gallagher
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