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August 3, 2002

Tampa Bay: August 3, 2002
Man is shot after torching himself, deputy
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[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
The Ozona man survived the ensuing house fire and 5 shots from police. A deputy suffered minor burns.

North Pinellas County news

Largo soups up and oils Web site
The online site has been overhauled, with more information available that is easier to reach.

Tarpon man dies after stepping into traffic
The 27-year-old pedestrian put himself in harm's way on U.S. 19 early Friday, police said.

Woman's generosity reflects her love of park
The longtime resident donates her Lake Tarpon home to expand Anderson Park. County officials say the gift will enhance waterfront recreation.

Clearwater promotions were fair, EEOC says
Firefighters had filed complaints saying minority candidates were given preference for promotions.

Clearwater may repeal ban on fortunetellers
A suit by a Madeira Beach practitioner could force the city to issue permits to astrologers and their ilk.

A faithful servant clocks out
The Marty's over for the oldest Presbyterian church in the county, but the 62-year-old pastor is ready to kick back and all that jazz.

Pinellas Digest
EMS administrator wins state award


Tampa Bay headlines
  • Very model of a modern Whitted
  • Dentist taken off area Medicaid list
  • Meanwhile, in Cuba: No one seems to care
  • Officers' discipline is 'slap on the wrist'
  • Amiable mayor bumps up against political reality
  • Priest, now dead, accused in scandal
  • Bucs fans may get pat-downs at games
  • Suspect in 8 bank robberies a novelty
  • Peterman to stress economic vitality
  • Exhibit travels Time's 'Person of Year' history

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • Priest, now dead, accused in scandal

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Men threatened three drivers
  • A Closer Look: One Hillsborough Church

  • Sandra Thompson
  • Hormone therapy may be dangerous, but doing without is misery

  • News of Florida
  • Cut! Manatees keep cameras from rolling
  • New secretary of state is an old hand
  • 10,000 amendment petition signatures lost
  • Ballot wording sparks worries
  • Wife's salary outstrips McBride's
  • Welders to tackle shuttle fuel line cracks
  • From news highlights to highlighting hair

  • Lucy Morgan
  • What other campaign surprises await us?
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