February 1, 2003
'I just wasn't ready to die
An injured father fears for his son. Just then, he feels the boy begin his rescue.
Judge reverses ruling
Pirate festival organizers may block the Jolly Roger Civic Association from selling beer along the parade route, new order states.
Felling of oak raises protest
Convinced that the big tree must come down to protect a house, neighbors later feel tricked: Townhomes are to go up.
Spending on public art debated
Some say $125,000 is too much to pay for a metal mobile for Sunken Gardens.
Aisenberg bill for feds: $2.9-million
That's the price a judge sets for the legal fees of the couple once accused of lying about their baby's disappearance.
Building inspections lacking, audit finds
Pinellas fails to inspect nearly one-quarter of the permits issued, but most are for minor projects.
Bucs: Bucs players to walk in Gasparilla parade
Today is the day -- Gasparilla. But with a Super Bowl touch.
Officials reduce charges against accused Bucs fan
TAMPA -- Authorities have reduced the criminal charges against a man accused of pouring beer over a Hillsborough Sheriff's deputy's head during a Buccaneers football game.
8 laid off from USF TV, radio jobs
The cuts were part of a plan to merge and improve the stations, but the likelihood of state funding cuts played a part.
Bar is set high for winning Hyde claim
TAMPA -- For eight years, Pennsylvania congressman Joseph McDade insisted he was innocent of charges that he did favors for defense contractors in exchange for gifts.
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