August 19, 2002
School's growth grates on neighbors
Battle lines are drawn at parks, where residents ask Independent Day School students to leave and won't allow them to play ball.
Unruly woman disrupts flight to Indianapolis
A screaming woman tries to open an escape hatch and is subdued on an ATA flight from St. Petersburg-Clearwater International Airport.
Officials' struggle: Who to charge in drug deaths?
A state law allows police to charge some drug distributors with murder if the user dies. But it's a challenge to bring such cases to court.
Skyway one-way for 7 hours
Rainy weather pushed back plans to have lanes alternate across the bridge tonight. Repairs could cause two-hour delays.
Shaq a no-show at Tampa events
The NBA star disappoints young fans who paid big bucks to meet their idol this weekend.
Al-Najjar finds a home abroad
An unidentified country will accept the former USF professor after he gains travel documents from the Palestinian Authority.
Times employee charged with DUI after crash
TAMPA -- Robin Mitchell, a St. Petersburg Times copy editor, was arrested Saturday and charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of a crash with property damage.
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