November 26, 2002
Tampa Bay: November 26, 2002
North Pinellas County news
Man, 30, gets 22 years in death of son
Frustrated with the baby's crying, the father shook his 2-month-old, then swung him and tossed him onto a bed.
Ranking depends on who's counting
State numbers show that WorkNet Pinellas is improving, but probably not by the leaps and bounds that proponents espouse.
Two girls step up fight against hunger
Sisters, 12 and 15, set out to raise $25,000 for a food pantry. They turned in $14,000 last year with some help from their folks.
Motorcyclist dies after crash
LARGO -- A motorcyclist hurt in a Sunday afternoon crash on Ulmerton Road has died.
Speedway reaches the finish line
Sunshine Speedway ended its 42nd season of short-track racing Saturday.
Food for thought
North Ward Elementary School students create a Thanksgiving feast that is both educational and tasty.
After recent shootings, police need policing
I have just read the letters to the Times about the police shootings of Brian Hickman, Dustin Dean and at least three others since Sept. 24. It does sound like something is wrong here in the policing of the police force.
Tampa Bay headlines
General says coalition key to success
Colorful college leader returns; anchorman keeps at it
Turkey. Travel. Tension.
South Pinellas headlines
Raid paints a picture of excess
Iorio reconsiders mayor's race
Clerk beaten with bat in one of a rash of robberies
Tampa police shooting cited as self-defense
News of Florida
Money lacking for rape centers
Community eases rule against motorcycling
Flying enemies unleashed on fire ants
Around the state
Masked man tells bankers about identity theft
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