June 6, 2002
Son's death deepens troubled family's tale
Police shoot a man whose father gained notoriety with drug and prostitution arrests and died in April.
Land speculator strikes again
Another stunned homeowner emerges in the tax deed drama that has turned a profiteer into a pariah. There's a happy ending, sort of.
Tornado tears up mobile homes
About three dozen homes are damaged by the season's first twister as it spins across western Hillsborough.
Cause of aircraft crashes 'too early to tell'
The pilot's family suspects Michael Antinori might have been trying to prove his nerve was intact after the first crash.
Lynch wants tighter rules from Dallas
The bishop thinks a tougher stance on sexual abuse by priests is best if the church is to move on.
Bush vetoes pare Pinellas programs
In some cases, the aid was for new programs or expansions; agencies are not threatened.
2 honored for rescuing 4 from flames
A firefighter and a truck driver are given awards for dashing to aid people in a burning car on I-275.
TIA gets new police chief
Paul F. Sireci, who spent the past seven years as chief of police at Memphis International Airport, has been appointed police chief at Tampa International Airport, replacing L. Warren Bennett, who retired in February.
Photographer, lawyer charged in teen sex incident
Authorities say the photographer shot a sexual video of a 17-year-old girl. When her parents found out, they called police.
Aisenberg lawyers sue to get records
The couple's lawyers think the state attorney has failed to turn over public records that could help their clients.
Tampa Bay briefs
Plant City man found guilty in shooting death
Edwards to remain free on bail
Bernice V. Edwards, former aid to the Rev. Henry Lyons, is accused of violating probation following her conviction on tax evasion.
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