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Friday, January 10, 2003
Different routes
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49ers’ Terrell Owens earns accolades
Still brash but perhaps maturing, 49ers receiver gets Gruden's vote as No. 1. Story
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In Sunday's St. Petersburg Times: 16 pages on the Bucs and the playoffs
johnson Keyshawn Johnson ponders his role
Bucs receiver says being in an offensive system means less production and fun. Story

WORLD&NATION
Tail panels suspected in fatal crash
Bad maintenance work on the Beech 1900D's elevators, flaps that make it climb and descend, may have caused the fall. Story

OPINION and COLUMNS
Editorial: A homeowner nightmare
Editorial: The president and Lott's protege
Letters: Everyone should be required to do military service
Jan Glidewell: At long last, a city in need takes the plunge
Gary Shelton: I questioned, they answered -- emphatically
Howard Troxler: Lieutenant governor: experience not required
Robert Trigaux: Stock promoter's new troubles sound like his old ones

WORLD&NATION
  • Tail panels suspected in fatal crash

  • TAMPA BAY
  • Maestro's football outing hits sour note
  • Two tickets, but a family of six
  • Bay area United Way will cut staff
  • Too many seats?
  • 2 arrested in hunting permit case

  • BUSINESS
  • TIA fares among nation's lowest
  • Save your dimes for the gas pump
  • Gov. Bush appoints business regulator
  • Investors relieved by update on jobless
  • No holiday cheer over retail sales

  • SPORTS
  • Different Routes: Keyshawn Johnson ponders his role
  • Different routes: Terrell Owens earns accolades
  • From huge splash to huge splat

  • STATE
  • Facing a shortfall, officials begin fiscal wrangling

  • ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT
  • Impressive acting can't preserve play
  • Side show
  • A life not always charmed
  • Mottola leaves Sony to start label

  • PASCO
  • Bowling alley employee accused of skimming
  • Former college student accused in bomb threat
  • Springs activist's fight stirs magazine's interest
  • Critic wants street paved a third time

  • HERNANDO
  • Attempt to fire 2 firefighters fails
  • Dog's dilemma attracts offers
  • Hernando to consider entering water talks
  • Clubs prepare for a canine congregation

  • CITRUS
  • Family suffers in fire's wake
  • Toddler's death ruled a homicide
  • Water managers lowering lake levels
  • Security door malfunctions injure courthouse visitors

  • CITY TIMES -- SOUTH TAMPA
    photoLengthening the line
    HARTline hopes its plan to extend the Uptown Downtown Connector will boost ridership and funnel people onto its new streetcar. Story

    FLORIDIAN
    photoBeyond racial boundaries
    G.D. Rogers Sr. had businesses, homes and land -- along with a heart for his community. He didn't wait for an invitation to get involved in civic affairs. Story

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    NEWS UPDATE
    BayCare, Blues come to terms
    Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida reached a final agreement today with BayCare Health System that returns the system's seven hospitals to the Blues' network after a three-month absence. (more)
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    Hernando deputy shoots robber
    Click here for the CQ update
    TAMPA BAY
    Bay area United Way will cut staff
    As it tries to trim costs, the agency warns dozens of charities they could feel the sting in the form of a drop in funding. Story
    Too many seats?
    In an area that already has a growing number of entertainment venues, Clear Channel Entertainment plans to spend $18-million to build a 20,000-seat amphitheater at the Florida State fairgrounds. Story
    2 arrested in hunting permit case
    State authorities say the brothers used fake first names and others' Social Security numbers. Story
    SPORTS
    From huge splash to huge splat
    THRASHERS 3, LIGHTNING 2 (OT): Two days after beating a top team, Tampa Bay loses to one of the NHL's worst. Story
    STATE
    Facing a shortfall, officials begin fiscal wrangling
    Gov. Bush spurns talk of raising taxes, but the Senate president says it might be necessary. Story
    BUSINESS
    Gov. Bush appoints business regulator
    Diane W. Carr's first job will be leading the Legislature through the recent antismoking measure. Story
    Investors relieved by update on jobless
    Markets rally after a report shows layoffs may be stabilizing. Story
    No holiday cheer over retail sales
    Traditionally strong retailers like Wal-Mart were among those reporting weak results. Story



     
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