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September 6, 2002
Tampa Bay: September 6, 2002
Big jackpots can be a lot of work
It's four times more than what Denzel Washington gets to make a movie.
Hillsborough County news
Gator expelled from middle school
The 8-foot carnivore wanders onto the grounds, too close for officials' comfort. Students in 16 buses stay put until it's moved.
'Bad medicine' flier in District 57 race is called misleading
The candidate calls the accusation of malpractice based on a 20-year-old suit "dirty."
Public critiques county budget
A proposal to cut $355,000 in public access TV funding gets most of the attention at a hearing.
Police say woman found Wednesday was murdered
TAMPA -- A woman found dead in a metal storage container in East Tampa on Wednesday was murdered, police said Thursday.
Tampa hospital opens pediatric care unit
The Gary S. Haas Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit is a new $4.2-million wing at Tampa Children's Hospital.
Hepatitis A outbreak spurs precautions
The outbreak at a Town 'N Country day care center is forcing health care workers to give preventive medicine.
West Shore businesses to pay fee for group
TAMPA -- Business property owners in the West Shore District will pay a special fee to help a nonprofit group market the area and improve local roads during a major interstate project, the City Council decided Thursday.
Three family members arrested in abuse, death of 2-year-old
TAMPA -- Two-year-old Ramone Pedrazo was unconscious when he was brought to the Memorial Hospital emergency room Aug. 31.
Tampa Bay headlines
St. Pete Times Forum details sought
Principals given a marketing lesson
SPC hires senator who advocated expansion
GOP leaders scold own candidate
Tarpon man enters plea in porn case
Cops told to rethink morale list
Council chews on city budget, rethinks cuts
City files complaint against union
Hotel fire on U.S. 19 forces out 75 guests
Shopping center plans still a go, despite delays
Woman critically hurt in vehicle crash; girls also taken to hospital
Ridgecrest principal takes on new school
104 years old, and the life of the party
Ex-Hudson accountant charged in theft, fraud
Man kills stepson; turns gun on himself
2 projects evoke Palm Harbor's past
Sophisticated bank robber sought
Sport is heading down familiar lane
Art lovers can peek into 'cages'
Public office must not promote private gain
News of Florida
Freshman minority enrollment stays level
Candidates take war to air
Young plans to depart helm of UF
Lotto hits $85-million
Reclassification of species delayed
Hunting accident kills Largo man
Bush signs death warrants for two, including Wuornos
State seniors agency director named
Court restores tribal challenge to Everglades cleanup strategy
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