April 10, 2002
The mystery of one bank's electronic bill paying
Sue Farley sent me a check for $0.01, one red cent.
Police boost patrols after fatal shooting
ST. PETERSBURG -- Under pressure from the City Council, St. Petersburg's police chief agreed Tuesday to add more patrols to a neighborhood where a drive-by shooting left one man dead Monday night.
Defender of accused saw it as his mission
The longtime assistant public defender held the view that guilty or not, his clients deserved a voice.
Campus phone bans: On hold?
School districts across the country are rethinking rules that forbid the use of cell phones on campus.
Argument ends in murder-suicide
A man kills himself after shooting his girlfriend, who wanted to break off a stormy five-year relationship.
Suit: Homes built on dump site
Nineteen Martin Luther King Village residents file suit against the city of Tampa, a builder and two nonprofit agencies.
Baptist Bishop John L. Copeland dies at 63
The prominent civil rights figure's viewpoint was sought on matters political and religious.
Convicted priest removed from St. Petersburg post
The Rev. Matthew Berko, guilty of molesting a girl, will leave Epiphany of Our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church.
Bus drivers balk at privatized route
They fear the proposal for South County Career Center is part of a larger privatization plan for Hillsborough schools.
Decade-old case of putrid shrimp takes rare turn
A U.S. appeals court, where a panel overturned the convictions, will hear the case as a group.
Colombians arrested in huge cocaine bust
Coast Guard officials in St. Petersburg say there is no doubt that the 41 bales of cocaine were headed for U.S. shores.
Teacher charged with having sex with girl
The Blake High health teacher is accused of having an affair in March with a 17-year-old student.
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