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May 5, 2002

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World & Nation
  • Mailbox bombs hit Nebraska
  • Strangers next door
  • Small breakthrough comes in church standoff
  • 9 arrested in suspected al-Qaida-linked camp
  • Guides give rare look at search
  • Special Report: The Fight Over Taxol
  • Humor by Carey, Rumsfeld
  • Aid sought for lumber industry


  • Tampa Bay
  • Teacher delivers 'unsettling' speech
  • Pricey option offers priceless protection
  • Painful reminders
  • A new era for USF St. Petersburg
  • 3,720 USF grads celebrate commencement success
  • World War II airmen recall war stories, old comrades
  • Metro week in review


  • State
  • Blacks: Jeb will pay for 2000
  • Painful reminders
  • Missing girl's caregiver has history of crime

    Business
  • Loose change
  • Up in the air
  • Ten tips


  • South Pinellas
  • Fight against billboards tougher under new law
  • District to provide shelters for shade
  • Gibbs High regroups after land is refused
  • Local officials find fault in bridge planning
  • School of patience
  • 'Mrs. Santa' sends warm regards
  • Some Belleair Shore natives overlooked
  • Car dealership ready to spruce up grounds
  • Leaders lay ground rules for municipal summit
  • Planners okay development on horse farm
  • Master makeover
  • Beaches notebook
  • Neighborhood notebook
  • New council member sworn in
  • Sickle cell group has spent 30 years helping
  • Prayer, roadside 'angel' help traveler in distress
  • When driving, it's safer to avoid drippy eating
  • It's a new world when home has an anchor
  • Officials try to green up the Bay Pines Cemetery
  • Cityhood for Lealman could be real taxing
  • Signs will remind pupils that riding requires helmets
  • What's up on campus
  • Swim programs gain experience, success
  • Some members welcome one governing body


  • North Pinellas
  • Serenity amid urban hubbub
  • The pinch-hitting priest
  • For mayor, a week for mending fences
  • Student closes book on lifelong doubt
  • Hurt gymnast bounces back
  • Cleaning up shoreline taught boy about trash
  • Give mayor a chance to change
  • Driver hits home of her ex-boyfriend
  • Headlines through the years
  • Pinellas teacher, union leader dies
  • North Pinellas notebook
  • Titans are ready to take another crack at state


  • Pasco County
  • Man jailed in fondling of girl, 10
  • A matter of faith
  • Hudson Middle gives, jazz band delivers
  • Medical examiner investigation is indeed warranted
  • Zephyrhills must make livability its prime focus
  • Bulldogs, Panthers grab titles
  • Ridgewood 3-point specialist to play D-I ball at FAU
  • Loss puts an end to Cobras' season but not their pride
  • Joy of victory, agony of defeat, and back to joy


  • Hernando County
  • On the verge of growth spurt
  • Parkway tolls irk animal controllers
  • PTA's super mom quits after 20 years
  • Some critics of 'affordable housing' have real concerns
  • Mighty Wal-Mart, please heed my cry
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Gary Shelton
  • Know you're busy, but can you pencil in the offense?

  • Hubert Mizell
  • Jordan's legacy lacking outreach

  • Jan Glidewell
  • Reluctantly, I must enter the cell phone age

  • Ernest Hooper
  • Blowups, bachelors and Ybor's image pain

  • Robert Trigaux
  • Adelphia adds new twist to cable TV drama

  • Helen Huntley
  • On money

  • Martin Dyckman
  • Tough choices for voters in November

  • Robyn Blumner
  • Ashcroft's power to detain without charges continues without oversight

  • Bill Maxwell
  • Can't blame Catholic Church's problems on the cultural elite

  • Philip Gailey
  • A way to win back Southern Democrats on the gun issue


  • Sports
    Rays
  • If only they'd end in 8
  • No-hit repeat over early thanks to Cox
  • Crunch time comes as draft approaches
  • Rays tales

  • Kentucky Derby
  • Sound investment
  • Horse taken out of Derby after minor muscle pull

  • Colleges
  • High hopes for USF high jumper Baxter

  • NBA playoffs
  • Kings sprint to victory in Game 1

  • Storm
  • Mistakes send Storm to 0-3

  • Baseball
  • Stocked Yanks shrug off injuries

  • Soccer
  • Meola takes long way back to the World Cup

  • Letters
  • Noble athlete provides promising outlook

  • Et cetera
  • Highs and lows

  • Outdoors
  • Daily fishing report
  • Anglers will like new pier

  • Preps
  • Ridgewood can advance, but will face penalty
  • Strong finish pleases Hurricanes
  • Pirates' offense disappoints
  • School-record time not fast enough
  • One-hitter carries Sharks
  • Barons can't overcome lack of speed
  • No-hitter puts Cougars in semis
  • Two from county named to all-academic team


  • Entertainment
  • Side show
  • Calendar
  • Nickelback grinds out hits, expletives at Bay Fest
  • In the news
  • Isn't this special?


  • Opinion
  • Botto case deserves comment
  • Unprotected children
  • Taking the long view
  • Success in school begins in the home


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Weekend, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
    Floridian
  • Stalemate in the name game
  • Coming home to roost
  • Mover and shaper
  • Audio files
  • Painting with light

  • Travel
  • Yes, we're open
  • Less than golden
  • Step back in time in York
  • London's must-see list
  • Traditional vs. trendy
  • In London, looniness is just around the corner
  • A bumpy ride for travel agents


  • Hillsborough
  • Woman escapes after being attacked in her van

  • North of Tampa
  • Doo Wop Cafe hops, bops back in time
  • Zoning
  • 10-year-old gymnast helps team win title
  • Sickles softball team advances; Chamberlain goes home
  • College beckons standout swimmer
  • The week in review
  • Exchange students exchange ideas
  • Proposed senior center still looking for a home
  • Civic Association names new president
  • Boy honored for actions after crash
  • Schools roundup
  • Raison d'etre: to write
  • Liquor store, Beall's to join shopping center


  • Citrus County
  • Charter school: We'll make our own decisions
  • Evacuation won't be practiced
  • Dry run for disaster
  • Key people omitted from drills: the public
  • Skills package
  • Fighting developers an expensive proposition
  • Gym idea deserves everyone's support


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