February 4, 2003
Israeli leader speaks on Iraq
In a visit to the bay area, ex-Prime Minister Ehud Barak comments on the Columbia disaster and action against Iraq.
Airport improves its on-time record
TAMPA -- Fewer flights, good weather and air traffic control improvements combined to make 2002 the best year in the last eight for on-time flights at the nation's largest airports.
Schools pushed on race ratios
Officials are warned to honor the agreement, even if it means ignoring a perk for teachers.
School didn't report molesting, suit says
Police weren't told of a 7-year-old girl's report she was molested by a Sexton Elementary classmate in 2000.
South Pinellas headlines
Chief lists perks to boost ranks
Man charged in bank robberies
North Pinellas headlines
Salesman gets 18 months for scam
Monorail could ease traffic for Clearwater
Commission to fill empty seat tonight
Deputies: Man beats girlfriend, throws puppy
Preserve group ready for challenge
Special election in Tarpon Springs today
Revard Figure 8 winner Thomas catches Calkins
A different kind of class reunion
Weekly home rentals underpin beach economy
Candidate position a tad murky on krewe
Political junkie: Firefighters' poll shows Iorio leading strongly for mayor in all areas
Educators pitch choice plan coming in 2004
News of Florida
Retailers lobby for smoking loophole
Shuttle Disaster: Innovator retains faith in thermal tiles
Deputies seek clues in slaying of girl, 5
Coalition to monitor water issues
McKay weighs vote on killing tax exemptions
House members back prescription drug plan
Around the state: Firms who keep reservists on payroll would get break
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