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Tuesday, January 28, 2003
Hometown heroes
lynch and brooks
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
The world champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers ride through downtown Tampa during the Super Bowl victory parade. More coverage in Wednesday's St. Petersburg Times.

FROM TODAY'S TIMES
60,000 jubilant fans take the party to Raymond James Stadium and embrace their champions. Story
Bucs fans well-behaved in victory celebrations
Bay's new sales pitch to clients: champions
Tampa-only references hit crestfallen ears
Welcome home photo gallery
Victory parade another first for Tampa

 
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
Tampa Bay Buccaneer Warren Sapp kisses the Super Bowl trophey during the Bucs celebrations at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Monday evening.

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  • Next Buc challenge is free-agent market
  • Super Bowl by the numbers
  • Snub doesn't bug MVP much
  • The offseason ahead
  • The next big decision: the Buccaneer ring

  • Gary Shelton: Most Super job? Gruden
  • John Romano: Bucs welcomed victims to woodshed
  • STATE
    Delays in death row case irk governor
    [Times photo: John Pendygraft]
    Rudolph Horton, who spent 16 years on death row, weeps at press conference.
    Bush may order a review of the case because of a long-delayed police report and recantations by two witnesses that led to a release. Story
    Judge overturns verdict against gun distributor
    A circuit judge says the decision in the case centered around Nathaniel Brazill's weapon was inconsistent. Story
    Only Floridians saw pitch on glories of state's citrus
    Florida residents might seem the one slice of the population that doesn't need to hear a pitch on the virtues of Florida citrus. Story

    OPINION and COLUMNS
    Editorial: The way we vote
    Editorial: A multicultural milestone
    Letters: State budget may sacrifice lives for sake of a tax cut
    Mary Jo Melone: Setting sail against the tide of fans and the NFL
    Ernest Hooper: Mystery ads, mayoral game plans, a lucky bar
    Jan Glidewell: And for you, Jamie, a nice word on the Buccaneers
    Gary Shelton: Most Super job? Gruden
    John Romano: Bucs welcomed victims to woodshed
    Sara Fritz: 'Axis of evil' comment proves more powerful than expected
    Elijah Gosier: With rank comes responsibility

    WORLD&NATION
  • Iraq not coming clean, U.N. reports

  • TAMPA BAY
  • Desalination plant has new deadline

  • BUSINESS
  • Venture capital vanishes in Florida
  • Verizon to offer local, long-distance as one

  • SPORTS
  • Next Buc challenge is free-agent market

  • STATE
  • Delays in death row case irk governor
  • Judge overturns verdict against gun distributor
  • Only Floridians saw pitch on glories of state's citrus

  • ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT
  • '60 Minutes' producer to step aside
  • Historical tale named top children's book
  • Calendar
  • Side show
  • Recordings repository opens

  • PASCO
  • For Holy Name Monastery's sisters, it was bets, beer and Bucs fever.
  • Fire from heater destroys home
  • Ex-teacher's sentence reduced

  • HERNANDO
  • County has a bad case of Bucs fever
  • Video in firefighter sex scandal surfaces

  • CITRUS
  • Television cable is cut as Super Bowl begins
  • Collision kills man, injures three

  • SENIORITY
    photoIn step with life
    Nightly they come, in dresses of chiffon and shoes of soft kid. Their goal is to dance the night away, but they also find something else: camaraderie. Story

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    NEWS UPDATE
    Two bodies found in burned truck in Lacoochee
    Pasco sheriff's deputies are trying to identify two bodies recovered from a burned pickup truck late Monday night. (more)
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    Citrus County Commission tables vote on garbage measure
    Click here for the CQ update
    WORLD&NATION
    Iraq not coming clean, U.N. reports
    UNITED NATIONS -- Iraq hasn't accounted for thousands of chemical rockets, hasn't resolved questions about its anthrax stockpiles and hasn't fully complied with a last-chance U.N. resolution, top weapons inspectors reported Monday. Story
    WEATHER
    Temperatures rise as farmers breathe easier
    Winter's chill gives growers a scare, but damages appear minimal as the forecast improves. Story
    TAMPA BAY
    Desalination plant has new deadline
    Tampa Bay Water agrees on May 30 and $50,000 more, but the contractor will pay if the deadline is missed again. Story
    SPORTS
    Learning from mistakes a must for a playoff push
    Mental errors are hurting the Lightning as it reaches crucial point of the season.
    Story
    BUSINESS
    Venture capital vanishes in Florida
    Venture capital investments in Florida during the fourth quarter and for all of 2002 plummeted to their lowest levels in seven years amid a sharp decline nationwide, according to a survey released Monday. Story
    Verizon to offer local, long-distance as one
    The phone company joins MCI in offering both services in a package as part of a trend to keep customers from switching long-distance providers. Story



     
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