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May 3, 2002
Tampa Bay: May 3, 2002
Hillsborough County news
||Unfit for occupancy
[Times photo: Toni L. Sandys]
Pointing to safety violations and health hazards at the 200-unit Amberwood Apartments complex, officials order the eviction Thursday of all tenants.
County softens proposal on oaks
Planners side with builders on a diameter threshold of 40 inches but want tougher rules for removing grand oaks.
Woman says Lutz priest fondled her
The Rev. Robert F. Morris of St. Mary's Catholic Church denies sex misconduct.
Teacher faces drug charges
TAMPA -- Police arrested a Williams Middle School teacher who lives in Wesley Chapel on Thursday and charged him with smoking marijuana in the school's parking lot.
Bold bank robber returns to rob again
The man has robbed seven banks, and he returned Thursday to two he has hit before.
Council member puts off lending her name to center
TAMPA -- The moment was awkward for everyone around the City Council dais. Council member Gwen Miller was supposed to ask her colleagues to name a playground activity center in her honor.
Storms: Show using sock puppet to threaten her
The county commissioner says a character on The White Chocolate Show, which she has said has criminally obscene content, said he wants to come to her home.
Tampa Bay headlines
Judge lectures agency on detaining children
Togetherness binds their wounds
Is it safe to drink the water?
Allegations won't alter church suit
Tampa Bay briefs
Man gets 90 years in jewel robberies
Changing downtown's face?: Museum may move
Changing downtown's face?: 200-unit towers 'a go'
Man faces charge in 'Jesus' graffiti
Fire at townhome construction site declared arson
Cabana Club given reprieve
80 people pitch ideas for new development
Festival controversy weighs on mayor
Dolphin delivered back to deep
Suspect arrested in '85 shooting
Work begins soon on preserve's window on nature
Taking a bun-wrapped break
Any beach projects left for Clearwater taxpayers to fund?
Some members welcome one governing organization
Getting a jump on Cinco de Mayo
News of Florida
Health bill fosters ill will in House
Girls' real dad now their legal dad
Who's watching the children
Bill may settle tiff over regulator's job
House okays budget; will Senate?
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