October 23, 2002
[Times photo: Ken Helle]
They're back! The birds of unsavory habit and menacing air. Some say they have a soft side.
And now, this breaking news report on something
No, as a matter of fact, I am NOT trying to be funny at a time like this.
Hinesley to retire in 2004
Howard Hinesley surprises board members with the decision, which he said is aimed at giving the district plenty of time to search for a successor.
Foster family goes on offense
With the ACLU's backing, a Pasco couple sue their homeowners group, alleging its actions violate the federal Fair Housing Act.
Aisenbergs, lawyers asking for $7-million
TAMPA -- Neither side disputes that defense attorney Barry Cohen and his clients Steve and Marlene Aisenberg are entitled to some compensation from the federal government.
Ex-pro wrestler takes on Democratic commissioner
TAMPA -- As Brian Blair tells it, he was 7 years old when he found religion.
Pasco deputies foil truck hijacking
Two men steal a truck hauling $350,000 in cigarettes, shoot a trucker and kidnap another before their capture.
Campaign for governor in Pinellas: rookie vs. veteran
As chairwoman of Bill McBride's campaign for governor in Pinellas County, Larri Gerson is a well-organized, determined newcomer -- she's participating in her first campaign.
School Board okays new choice policies
Members vote 5-2 to approve rules on transportation, school capacity and other issues.
WEDU-TV to air interviews with Bush, McBride on Thursday
Tampa's main public TV station will be featuring a lot of politics in the coming weeks.
South Pinellas headlines
Pinellas Trail will go over 38th Avenue N
Energizing weekend has electrifying finale
Gays face Falwell, followers
Police chief search heads into homestretch
Desal proposal receives early public criticism
Treasure Island moves toward towering hotels
A Day on the Job
Rescinded permit clouds 8-year-old's future school
Teacher lets field trip go to the dogs
Constructing a program on math
Lealman association to elect 5 board members
Saks on catwalk draws admirers
Heritage Village jubilee is Saturday
Amateurs and pros turn out for benefit event
Annexation story merely told truth
North Pinellas headlines
Debate sways housing critics
Animal cruelty can be a harbinger
Does Pinellas have right stuff for Job Corps?
Death of man found in car puzzles police
High-rise fire drill turns all too real
Report: Officers' response justified
Clearwater woman injured in car crash
Largo man files ethics complaint against mayor
Mexican immigrant walks, works for American dream
Jennings repeats as Master's champion
A celebratory pop as traffic bottlenecks end
When does no mean no in Dimmitt land density question?
Officials try to bury the hatchet
Political Junkie: Mayoral candidate misses TECO streetcar opening
Joe Redner sets sights on office; Baby cakes
News of Florida
Challenge of embargo not a sure loss
Bush's poise holds off McBride's final charge
Candidates abandon cordiality
Leaving the bully pulpit
DCF workers still hospitalized after Palm Bay office cleared
Lee sheriff bans new hires who smoke
Around the state
McBride ad attempts to parry Bush attack
Class size measure's foes air TV ad
Author to speak on student testing
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