July 11, 2002
On the stand, officer details a shady past
During cross-examination, Robert David Dixon elaborated on his life and career with the Plant City police.
Crewman: I struck captain with pipe
The fishing boat captain, found dead in the gulf, had flown into a rage, the crew member says.
Teamwork pays off during rescue
Workers credit the man's attitude in helping their efforts to remove him after a cave-in.
Sanchez leads money race
The newcomer to Tampa politics is far ahead of the pack when it comes to raising funds for the 2003 mayoral election.
Williams wielded wicked pen
The baseball great's autographing proficiency is helping to keep prices for memorabilia steady.
Judge sides with whistleblower in dispute
TAMPA -- In 1998, Jeanette Walden told federal investigators she had information about fraudulent billing at GTE Data Services.
Llama abuser sent to prison
TAMPA -- A Hillsborough judge sentenced Brandon Eldred this week to three years in prison for violating the probation received for attacking two bulls in Odessa with a hunting bow and razor-tipped arrows.
Murdered woman's son sues Springer
The suit blames Jerry Springer and his show for the death of woman killed by her ex-husband after the pair appeared on TV.
Daughter asks slugger's friends to take sides
The oldest daughter of Ted Williams is calling on President Bush and his father, the former president, to help remove the slugger's body from a cryonics facility.
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