June 13, 2002
Scientology turncoat taken to task
The millionaire testifying on behalf of the church "is in all manner of trouble," a judge says.
State closes dance studio
Officials say employees used high pressure sales and coercion to fleece the mostly elderly clientele out large sums.
Tuition to rise for USF students
The trustees' executive committee agrees on the increases, which must be approved by the full board to take effect.
48 A's ... and two F's
There is lots of good news, and a little bad, for Pinellas schools in an especially nerve-wracking year, as choice begins.
Tampa Bay briefs
Section of Pierce Boulevard to close
South Pinellas headlines
Crash injuries kill man, 84
North Pinellas headlines
Purse theft suspects arrested
City suspects hobby's a business
Dunedin writes off stadium loan debt
Oldsmar wants new look in old style
Adventurous women share in the fun
Two members of museum board resign
Townhomes proposed for Clearwater
2 teams savor state title
It's not too late for public to weigh in on library
Humoring woman behind the badge
Hillsborough schools get first F's
Fast food robberies studied
3-year-old dies, teen girl hurt in 2 pool incidents
Punch's role in death questioned
Two hospitals sue Hillsborough County
Modeling agency owner charged
News of Florida
Suit: Tribe defrauded of millions
Review leaves Al-Najjar scant hope
State to buy 14 acres for trails
More schools earn failing grade
Candidates nibble edges of notoriety
Bush, Cabinet call for end to dredging project
Sinkhole makes dozens evacuate
Speaker-to-be weighs in on state taxes, education
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