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Sunday, June 9, 2002
SPECIAL REPORT
Alone Tegether: A year in the life of an Alzheimer’s support group
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[Times photo: Cherie Diez]
Sometimes love isn't enough. Story
Mom would be proud

After overcoming emotional and physical handicaps, David Herrington has racked up one honor after another. His mother would swell with pride -- if she were here. Story
TAMPA BAY
art h ed
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[Times photo: Bill Serne]
Dozens of St. Pete Beach homes are damaged but no one is seriously injured. Story
Professors' group may censure USF over Al-Arian
A committee releases a statement saying that USF should return the professor to his teaching, not fire him. Story

WORLD&NATION
Undaunted, man fights for the uninsured
In just seven weeks, he turned his dream of a tax checkoff to help Virginia's uninsured into a law. Now, his sights are set on the nation. Story
Man or machine? The riddle of Flight 587
Investigators plan to use a simulator to figure out what happened to a plane that crashed in Queens, N.Y., last November. Story

OPINION and COLUMNS
Robert Trigaux: Housing prices could pay off or pop
Martin Dyckman: An ugly veto for disabled children
Robyn E. Blumner: Captured foe who is likely an American tests rule of law
Philip Gailey: Porkfest trivializes terrorism bill
Bill Maxwell: Gov. Bush, why can't you support the Florida Center for Teachers?
Hubert Mizell: An apology for backing MLB dream

WORLD&NATION
  • Undaunted, man fights for the uninsured
  • Man or machine? The riddle of Flight 587

  • TAMPA BAY
  • Twister plows through beach city
  • Professors' group may censure USF over Al-Arian

  • BUSINESS
  • Beer brawl

  • SPORTS
  • Extra effort needed for win
  • Triple Crown tripped
  • Lewis KO's Tyson in the eighth round
  • Extra workpays off big for Wings

  • STATE
  • McBride supporters sweat over slow start

  • ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT
  • In the news
  • Side show
  • Calendar

  • PASCO
  • Bosnian lawyer finds new life, hope in U.S.
  • Lack of DCF beds strands man in jail

  • HERNANDO
  • Ride on wine circuit detours down Memory Lane
  • Enigma in a commission seat

  • CITRUS
  • A straight shooter on gun-owner rights
  • District scrambles to keep pre-K classes

  • FLORIDIAN
    In the universal quest to find meaning in life, more and more Americans are turning away from organized religion and belief in God, instead creating their own concepts of spirituality. Story

    [Times art:
    Teresanne Cossetta]

      Soul searching

    TRAVEL
    Edenton, NC
    [North Carolina Division of Tourism, Film amd Sports Development]
    For history and charm on a manageable scale, visit three of the state's oldest towns, the small coastal communities of New Bern, Beaufort and Edenton. Story

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    SPORTS
    Extra effort needed for win
    RAYS 3, PADRES 2 (10): Steve Cox's RBI saves Tampa Bay after blowing a 2-1 lead in 9th. Story
    Triple Crown tripped
    70-1 long shot Sarava bursts to Belmont title after Triple Crown prospect War Emblem stumbles at start. Story
    Lewis KO's Tyson in the eighth round
    Heavyweight retains two world championships with victory. Story
    Extra workpays off big for Wings
    RED WINGS 3, 'CANES 2 (3OT): Igor Larionov scores the winner, after Detroit prolongs the game with 1:14 left in regulation. Story
    STATE
    McBride supporters sweat over slow start
    Some Democrats say the candidate for governor needs more exposure. The McBride camp says, in due time. Story
    BUSINESS
    Beer brawl
    The broken pieces of a millionaire marrieage Story



     
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