November 19, 2002
Tampa Bay: November 19, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Commission to examine water rates
Water and sewer charges must go up, county officials say, because Tampa Bay Water has increased its rates to the county.
Fire guts family's home and day care
A South Greenwood woman who left to pick up her daughter returns to find her house and business in smoke and flames.
Parking plan faces questions
A garage at the Pelican Walk shopping center will be costly, taking years to break even, a new study finds.
Racist comment inquiry expands
The focus is no longer just on fire Lt. Jeannine Horton. Now, the city is looking into whether other firefighters may have used derogatory language.
Students compute for math trophy, bragging rights
Can you solve this problem?
Wal-Mart proposal includes traffic signal
The developer promises to pay for a traffic light on U.S. 19 in Palm Harbor, even as opposition mounts against the store, which would replace an RV park.
Insurance agent facing charges
Thomas E. Pollock canceled St. Petersburg College's policy in 1992 but collected premiums and paid claims himself, investigators say.
Speedway finale postponed
Sunshine Speedway drivers were poised Saturday for a final push to make their marks on the 2002 season.
Brave police officers deserve support, not scorn
Re: Police shooting death of 16-year-old Brian Hickman and the Nov. 15 Letters to the Editor.
Tampa Bay headlines
Tampa Bay charities suffer dip in donations
Agency to test value of treated blood
U.S. now runs airport watch
Of Super Bowls and radio shows
Tarnish appears on sheriff's golden boy
South Pinellas headlines
Burglars hit swath of city
She finds her place on bus
Russians view U.S. justice in mock trial
Board member leaves long legacy
Music, turkeys, a soda pop quiz
News of Florida
Byrd takes gavel as speaker
Around the state
Class size cost could revive gambling option
Authorities: Man linked to terror
Motive for baseball bat killings a mystery
Charlie Crist appoints transition team
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