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November 19, 2002
Tampa Bay: November 19, 2002 South Pinellas County news
Burglars hit swath of city
Businesses were broken into along a stretch of Fourth Street N and on Ninth Street N in St. Petersburg.

She finds her place on bus
In harder times, she had to ride a school bus to see her son's teacher. Now, a school bus ride is part of a day's work.

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

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Commission to examine water rates
  • Fire guts family's home and day care
  • Parking plan faces questions
  • Racist comment inquiry expands
  • Students compute for math trophy, bragging rights
  • Wal-Mart proposal includes traffic signal
  • Insurance agent facing charges
  • Speedway finale postponed

  • Letters
  • Brave police officers deserve support, not scorn

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • 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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