November 19, 2002
Mary Jo Melone
||Fire guts family's home and day care
[Times photo: Jim Damaske]
A South Greenwood woman who left to pick up her daughter returns to find her house and business in smoke and flames.
Tarnish appears on sheriff's golden boy
Some meetings you never forget.
Tampa Bay charities suffer dip in donations
Wallets haven't opened as wide since Sept. 11 and the economic downturn, groups say as they miss goals.
Agency to test value of treated blood
Florida Blood Services will see how some patients respond to a method that seeks to rid donor blood of viruses and bacteria.
U.S. now runs airport watch
By the next TSA deadline, Dec. 31, all checked bags must be screened for explosives. Officials concede that some of the nation's largest airports won't be ready by then.
Of Super Bowls and radio shows
It was May 1987, one week before the host city for Super Bowl XXV was to be announced at a press conference in San Diego, and Walter Baldwin's heart had just dropped to his stomach.
South Pinellas headlines
Burglars hit swath of city
She finds her place on bus
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
Brave police officers deserve support, not scorn
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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