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September 21, 2002
Tampa Bay: September 21, 2002 South Pinellas County news
St. Petersburg cops strap on more powerful guns
ST. PETERSBURG -- City police officers today will begin carrying more powerful sidearms with larger bullets and more knockdown power.

Tampa Bay headlines
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  • St. Petersburg cops strap on more powerful guns
  • One call ends 15-month pursuit
  • Man guilty of Hyde Park slaying

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Brawl erupts at Clearwater High
  • Season has Dunedin workers on the move
  • Thomas pledges $100,000 for library
  • Molestation case declared a mistrial
  • Elderly man robbed in home invasion
  • Summit looks at Pinellas gridlock
  • Pickup fleeing on U.S. 19 strikes 6
  • City adopts budget, higher tax
  • Short-course swimmers enjoy Sweet beginning
  • GriefShare group helps life go on

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Design may lose poles
  • 'Freedom is not free'
  • A closer look: one Hillsborough church
  • Civic group wages war on drugs

  • Sandra Thompson
  • How much bad news can anyone withstand?

  • News of Florida
  • Alex Sink releases her tax returns
  • No terror, no bombs -- they even paid tolls
  • Sales tax item is off ballot
  • Suspect: I helped steal moon rocks
  • Deal ends suit alleging anti-Hispanic bias at INS
  • Dangerous spider appears in Florida
  • Around the state

  • Steve Bousquet
  • Democrats must look for pay dirt in Palatka

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