August 3, 2002Top stories
Very model of a modern Whitted
A USF architecture class displays a densely populated urban center with parks and shops.
Dentist taken off area Medicaid list
No more patients will be referred to the oral surgeon charged with filing fraudulent claims.
Meanwhile, in Cuba: No one seems to care
Just about everyone outside Tampa Bay agrees that Dick Greco's trip wasn't a big deal.
Officers' discipline is 'slap on the wrist'
The attorney for the Aisenbergs say written reprimands to sheriff's detectives in the mishandled missing baby case are "meaningless."
Amiable mayor bumps up against political reality
Dick Greco's supporters say his feel-good style blinded him to the negative effects of a trip to Cuba.
Priest, now dead, accused in scandal
St. Petersburg diocese officials cite accusations by "several individuals" against the Rev. Hubert John Reason, who died in 1984. He served four churches.
Bucs fans may get pat-downs at games
The football team wants more security, so the sports authority is figuring out how to ensure safety.
Suspect in 8 bank robberies a novelty
The Sheriff's Office says few women brazenly play an active role in bank heists like this thief in sunglasses.
Peterman to stress economic vitality
The Democrat says he will seek financial and technical help for small businesses.
Exhibit travels Time's 'Person of Year' history
ST. PETERSBURG -- Over the past 75 years, Time magazine has named such diverse figures as Charles Lindbergh, Mohandas Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Ronald Reagan and the Ayatollah Khomeini as its "Person of the Year."
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