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November 13, 2002
Howard Troxler
Relief for flora, fauna and Florida transplants
Autumn is supposed to come today. It is the 13th of November and it is high time. There is nothing subtle or gradual about the way we change our seasons. One morning there is sudden relief, that's all.

Top stories
Doughnut devotees
Krispy Kreme opens in Carrollwood. Fans of its fattening delicacies camp all night for the first taste.

Credit for honors courses retroactive
The Pinellas School Board decides to award extra credit to high school students who previously took the courses.

Station to cut Hispanic program
WMNF says that Oye Latino's audience is too small and that the radio station wants to focus on drawing black listeners.

Lease on bayfront project unpaid
Villas condominium developer Paul Morris fails to pay $250,000 due Tuesday and defaults on the 99-year site lease.

Bucs may open office at Raymond James
A team official said there are no immediate plans for the 5,000-square-foot site.

Attorney claims a beating may have caused Schiavo's coma
An attorney for the husband of Terri Schiavo calls the allegations "garbage."

Seminole Tribe sues Prudential over funds
The suit says tribal funds were transferred to Prudential improperly and lost half their value before they were returned.

South Pinellas headlines
  • Airport to stay, council agrees
  • Healing patients from sea and sky
  • Author lived 'Once upon an evil time'
  • Dangerous crossing used by students alarms school
  • A beloved stadium has its last hurrah
  • Developer pledges Lealman grocery
  • Bayboro turned out crew for WW II merchant ships
  • Machine given in memory
  • Sketching a land of liberty
  • Of 'Hairspray' and chocolate souffle
  • 2 doctors open office at Carillon
  • A Day on the Job: Couple host Web sites in their home
  • Festival artists are beckoned to chalk the walk
  • Military news
  • Doubles league competition heats up

  • Letters
  • Make drastic changes for Mahaffey

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Sport's best collide to vie for title
  • Shot teen: 'I'm going out like a soldier'
  • Passenger in cycle collision dies
  • Offensive remark in fire chief's hands
  • SPC chief predicts a leap in tuition
  • Race Track Road widening hailed
  • Horrible Hundred will test cyclists

  • Editorial
  • She's the foundation of housing triumphs

  • Letters
  • Shot teen had worked hard to change his life

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Public access TV reprieved
  • Tampa Heights charts a future
  • Family of slain Lutz woman speaks
  • Woman is found dead in her apartment
  • Officials deny couple's request to chop down oak
  • Douglas McClurg, lawyer, decorated veteran dies

  • News of Florida
  • McKay directs state job to IBM
  • Governor to shuffle staff for new term
  • Inquiry explores role of politics in audit delay
  • After flight, Cubans await release
  • Ex-NAACP leader won't face charge
  • Around the state
  • Florida races among nation's priciest
  • 5 in taxi die in crash with semi, tanker
  • Columba Bush tells of heartbreak over daughter's problem
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