October 26, 2002
Tampa Bay: October 26, 2002
North Pinellas County news
WorkNet teams dig in to make changes
Two groups take on the task of turning things around at the agency, and a new chief financial officer is named.
College puts its message on TV
St. Petersburg College moves its anti-Amendment 9 message to TV and says reducing class sizes will hurt publicly funded state colleges.
Orchestra booted from school after complaints
Osceola Middle School's new principal says the Bay Area Youth Orchestra isn't welcome.
Rig will dig into Stauffer plant site
Probing 80 to 100 feet below the surface may reveal whether capping pollutants at the site might create a sinkhole and pollute the water supply.
Gays confront Falwell in Virginia
First Mel and Gary moved in. Now a whole group opposed to "spiritual violence" is out and about in Lynchburg.
Tampa Bay headlines
Costumes with axes won't win any prizes
Former waiter is diagnosed with hepatitis A
One dies, another clings to life
An interchange's changes
Tide, tugs dislodge stuck ship
South Pinellas headlines
Swami talks about life as we know it
Seven exotic parrots stolen from Petland
Woman, 84, is killed in accident
Dog finds suspect in home invasion underwater in lake
Judge weighs sum due to Aisenbergs
A closer look: one Hillsborough synagogue
News of Florida
Poll: Bush lead holds steady
Florida Lottery's ad company is big GOP contributor
Flattery key weapon in ad war
Political allies manage Bush's not-quite blind trust
Seminoles in court over casino lease
TV ads in attorney general's race pack more punches
Excuses fly as ethics group hears appeals
Sniper's victim mourned in Florida
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