October 26, 2002
||One dies, another clings to life
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
The brothers are struck by two cars while riding a bike near Largo High School early Friday morning.
Costumes with axes won't win any prizes
The Tampa police say no weapons, real or fake, will be tolerated at the Latin-style Guavaween celebration this year.
Former waiter is diagnosed with hepatitis A
ST. PETERSBURG -- A former waiter at a north St. Petersburg restaurant has been diagnosed with hepatitis A and may have exposed restaurant patrons to the infectious disease in recent weeks, health officials said Friday.
An interchange's changes
Plans for the notorious joining point of Interstates 4 and 275 should ease navigation. The downside? Work will take four years.
Tide, tugs dislodge stuck ship
Both ships involved in a minor collision just west of the Skyway go on to port to unload their cargos.
South Pinellas headlines
Swami talks about life as we know it
North Pinellas headlines
Laying the tracks that lead out of town
WorkNet teams dig in to make changes
College puts its message on TV
Orchestra booted from school after complaints
Rig will dig into Stauffer plant site
Gays confront Falwell in Virginia
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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