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Sunday, February 9, 2003
A Two-Part Series
The Innocence Defense
[Times photos: John Pendygraft]
A little over two weeks ago, Rudolph Holton walked away from death row. Story

The dream season
For Pat Carter, college stardom and the NFL beckon.
Story with audio
Call of the world
photoFor one St. Petersburg couple, exploring the globe helps complete their own circle of life. It is in the most exotic of locales that they feel a particular sense of home. Story

Rumsfeld has harsh words for allies, U.N.
The secretary tells France and Germany their "inexcusable" actions make action against Iraq more likely. Story
It's not just a job, it's an adventure
Journalists preparing to cover the war start with military training. Story
  • Another Iraqi site opened to reporters
  • Annan touts U.N. as answer to Iraq issue
  • It's mostly quiet on the campus front
    A shared space mission, but worlds apart
    Kennedy and Johnson space centers work together, but have very different cultures. Story
  • More questions than answers

    Tooling around
    Instead of relaxing in retirement, the RV Care-A-Vanners are traveling the nation, building houses for Habitat for Humanity. Story

    Robert Zubrin: No time to cut and run
    Editorial: Malpractice dud
    Editorial: Political pyrotechnics
    Letters: Keeping truth-tellers at a distance
    Mary Jo Melone: Still not sure about war, but ready to trust Bush
    Helen Huntley: A lesson for teachers on a new tax deduction
    Jan Glidewell: Dating moves too fast, then we forget
    Philip Gailey: Arm of restraint makes a compelling case on Iraq
    Bill Maxwell: Peterman opts out of fight
    Adam C. Smith: Democrats acquire a farm team
    Robyn L. Blumner: Religious indoctrination dressed up as social welfare
    Martin Dyckman: A couple's loss may offer lesson
    Hubert Mizell: Chief of the Chiefs gets well-deserved spot in Hall
    Gary Shelton: I want my ... I want my Buc news ... right now!

  • A tainted bay, but no fines yet
  • Many flavors, one big party
  • 8,500 kids left with little choice
  • Tooling around
  • The Innocence Defense

  • Taking the measure of Bush tax plan
  • Will Florida drivers carry a license to sell?
  • Job hunt leads alums back to school

  • Victories answer every Rays question
  • Charity goes on in draw
  • No restricting Junior
  • Gators hammer Tide for one last hurrah at No. 1

  • Ebert recovering from surgery
  • Calendar
  • Parrotheads in paradise

  • Health care: A study in diversity
  • Cuts could eliminate youth programs

  • Matter of miles makes a difference
  • Brown-Waite builds her profile in Washington
  • Shadow on the finish

  • Political newcomer Ken M. Hinkle is running against two-term incumbent Henry 'Ted' Stauffer.
  • Police pay, city hall key issues in race
  • Marc L. Wigmore questions the council's priorities; Robert E. Plaisted voices pride in its work.
  • Silent partner

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    From the wire

    Audio update
  • 5 more bodies found on capsized Italian ship
  • EU launching legal challenges against Hungary
  • Romney says he may release tax returns in April
  • AP Exclusive: Border Patrol to toughen policy
  • Expansion in pre-K programs curtailed in recession
  • Wikipedia to be blacked out over anti-piracy bill
  • US wants effective Alzheimer's treatment by 2025
  • UK scientists find 'lost' Darwin fossils
  • NJ mom gives birth to child on train to NYC
  • Lohan returns to court for latest probation update

  • Dow right now
    A tainted bay, but no fines yet
    A DEP agreement allows oil companies suspected of violations more than a year to prove their innocence. Story
    Many flavors, one big party
    In Ybor City, thousands enjoy the diverse sounds and tastes of Fiesta Day. And there's enough paella for everyone. Story
    8,500 kids left with little choice
    Their parents didn't fill out school choice paperwork, so the district will decide which schools they attend. Story
    Victories answer every Rays question
    For every hurdle, new manager Lou Piniella says winning will clear them. Story
    Devil Ray not at fault in crash, police say
    A preliminary investigation found Devil Rays pitcher Jesus Colome was not at fault in a car crash that killed three women Thursday in the Dominican Republic, police said. Story
    Charity goes on in draw
    LIGHTNING 4, PANTHERS 4: Another third-period lead is lost. Another point is given away. Story
    No restricting Junior
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. comes from last to win another restrictor-plate race, the Bud Shootout. Story
    Gators hammer Tide for one last hurrah at No. 1
    UF 75, ALABAMA 56: Florida sends message to SEC with 16th straight home win. Story
    Taking the measure of Bush tax plan
    Who would benefit from the president's proposed tax relief package, and how much? Story
    Will Florida drivers carry a license to sell?
    The magnetic strip on your driver's license holds data meant for law enforcement, but merchants can glean information from it to help them pitch products. Story
    Job hunt leads alums back to school
    Recent college graduates having trouble finding work in a tight job market are seeking help from their alma mater's career counselors. Story

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