August 20, 2002
Tampa Bay: August 20, 2002
North Pinellas County news
||Focused on special students
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Those at Nina Harris Exceptional Student Education Center measure progress in small but important steps.
Boot camp for dads boots 2 women
Two female journalists covering a seminar for new dads are forced to leave. Male journalists were allowed to stay.
Water, water everywhere but well fields
Retention ponds and swamps are filling up as summer rains thrash North Pinellas. But overworked well fields in the area are still low, officials say.
Driver fined, loses license in fatal crash
A mother of two was killed in the accident at an intersection. The 70-year-old man must pay $1,000.
Buying land may help cure many ills
Purchasing the 4.2 acres could close a gap in Clearwater's fire rescue service, provide storage for a cleanup project, supply an area for a park and lead to one less junkyard.
City prepares for another growth spurt
Just one annexation case city officials will consider today would add 46 acres, land valued at $15.3-million.
Merchant at flea market arrested
A sting leads authorities to an Oldsmar Flea Market booth, where stolen and marked merchandise from Target is found.
Sunshine weathers the storm
Sunshine Speedway, a track widely known for its temerity in the presence of opposition, held true to its reputation Saturday.
Tampa Bay headlines
Mother dies after pushing her baby out of car's way
Fans won't be searched at stadium
Krewe pioneer turns mentor; 'Playboy' a plus
Parents protest grading change
Reno takes her campaign to the pivotal I-4 corridor
Persistence puts Grand Prix on St. Petersburg streets
Shaq's snub leaves a mess
Cost of school choice mounts
USF names dean for public health
Al-Najjar bids family farewell at prison
Ex-official: Al-Arian had roots in jihad
South Pinellas headlines
Teenager on way to school finds relative shot to death
Critics: Museum design a good fit?
Driver hurt, passenger dies
News of Florida
GOP turns tough ad on McBride
10 years ago, her angry plea got hurricane aid moving
Man held in plane incident faces hearing
Migrant workers: Permanent housing one of few blessings
Bryan Norcross: Weatherman catapulted into spotlight
Spring Training Park: Stadium sees rebirth as movie set
Marjorie Barber: Gun-toting camper still loyal to mobile home park
Storm Refugees: Change of scenery for many
Homestead Air Force Base: Mainstay of the economy wiped out
Around the State
Suit accuses officials of harassing women
Ringleader tells how prizes were stolen
Bush adds three to DCF advisory panel
Cities call workers comp law unconstitutional
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