August 10, 2002
Judge: Priest can't keep talks secret
The ruling focuses on the Rev. Robert Schaeufele's discussions with church officials after he was accused of abuse.
Pinellas deal with official collapses
The county administrator fires Rick Dodge after an agreement to lend him to St. Petersburg College falls apart.
Mom to let baby found in trash be adopted
ST. PETERSBURG -- The woman accused of throwing her newborn girl into a city trash bin told authorities Thursday she intends to let the child be placed for adoption.
Black School Board candidates pose tough choices
Three black candidates offer a chance at historic change. But will two facing each another split the vote?
Two MacDill laptops recovered
A military man confesses that he removed the computers. An Air Force spokesman says espionage is not suspected.
Attorney advises tough line on special school permits
Pinellas County School Board attorney John Bowen has advised board members that they should not reinstate 26 special attendance permits for district employees who want their kids to attend school near or where they work.
Winery recalls all its products
DUNEDIN -- The Tampa Bay Winery, a fledging winery that opened last month, announced Friday that it is recalling every bottle of wine it has sold because the bottles may have been exposed to airborne mold spores.
Judge's order to DCF overturned
Circuit Judge Frank Quesada tried to move children out of detention and into treatment programs. That went too far, an appeals court says Friday.
Making a sound investment
TAMPA -- When Charles Strickland first floated the idea of buying a grand piano and asking musicians to come play it at the J.L. Young Public Housing Apartments, more than one person thought he was out of his mind.
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