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January 10, 2003
Tampa Bay: January 10, 2003
Hillsborough County news
Girl, 6, honored for saving brother
A Hillsborough Sheriff's Office program recognizes youngsters who are "caught doing something good."
Deal may end water stalemate
A tentative agreement will bring surface water to some taps in northern Hillsborough, though the county remains concerned about copper corrosion.
Crash sends postal truck flying into storefront
A job applicant and four employees dive as glass rains down. "It was the scariest thing I've ever seen," one says.
Victim lived long enough to ID killer, officials say
Dying from stab wounds, Decarla Dixon was able to indicate to rescue workers that her attacker was Troy Lee Green, prosecutors say.
49 buildings on demolition list
The city has torn down 22 houses since October, and code enforcement also has its eye on another 151 properties that are "possible worst case offenders"
Tampa Bay headlines
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
Man attempts to take gun aboard TIA flight
Activists gather to rally for 'MacDill Nine'
Pickup hits I-75 guard rail, injuring 5 passengers
Howard Troxler: Lieutenant governor: experience not required
St. Petersburg wants to woo major cruise lines
Obituary: Former local library leader dies at 72
Model employee going strong at 90
Boats won't be banned behind resort
Medical wing to be replaced
Guilty plea disputed in bull slaying
Big-band singer set to shatter her silence
Forum as calm as rest of race
Group sues over Dunedin library rule
Space heater blamed for mobile home fire
This week: Pinellas
Pinellas diges: More campaign signs ahead
Bowling: Beierlein and his passion for sport will be missed
Editorial: Hats off to a leader with the right stuff
Think small, not five stories tall, in Safety Harbor
Clearwater Beach this week
News of Florida
Facing a shortfall, officials begin fiscal wrangling
State opens rabies fight in I-4 corridor
Gallagher's formal title flummoxing state Cabinet
Democrats propose prescription drug plan
Man killed after threatening deputy with table leg
Broward voting woes spur town to call off election
Doctors warn of growing malpractice crisis
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