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February 9, 2003

Tampa Bay: February 9, 2003 North Pinellas County news
Shuttle Disaster: Memories, capsule honor crew of shuttle
At a Largo memorial service for the Columbia astronauts, personal histories bring a national tragedy into focus.

Still waiting for justice
It's been a year since Johnnie Bolden's son Clarence was shot and killed at a card game. No one has been charged with the murder.

Cities balk at county traffic signal plan
Clearwater and St. Petersburg cast doubts over giving up control of their traffic lights to the county as the issue comes to a vote.

'I was too young for breast cancer'
At 21, Danielle Etzler went from focusing on her future to focusing on her recovery.

Life slowly returns to normal for teen
Palm Harbor's Sean Christian is on the road to recovery from his life-saving bone marrow transplant.

Destructive politics plague Largo government
It has been years since I've seen a city ripping itself into pieces like Largo is doing right now.

Struggle during arrest ends in man's death
Police say the 31-year-old was combative and went limp when they tried to handcuff him.

Officials identify man killed by tow truck
DUNEDIN -- Authorities have identified a man who was struck and killed by a tow truck Friday afternoon as John J. Hayes, 62, of Clearwater.


Tampa Bay headlines
  • A tainted bay, but no fines yet
  • Many flavors, one big party
  • 8,500 kids left with little choice
  • Tooling around
  • The Innocence Defense
  • Political junkie: Sanchez calls on a famous friend
  • Metro Week in Review: Horse patrol is put out to pasture
  • 7 accused of using inmates' IDs to steal
  • Obituary: In vitro pioneer Landrum Shettles
  • Mary Jo Melone: Still not sure about war, but ready to trust Bush

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • Pinellas Park city manager recovering
  • Unionizing move fans political fires
  • Church-pastor rift widens, worsens
  • Fire station structure not up to hurricane code
  • School applauds its star, a teacher full of inspiration
  • A star, sitting by the dock of the Pier through February
  • Plan for restaurant at park sparks dispute
  • Visiting veterans: Umpire's best call
  • Neighborhood notebook: March sends a clear message to drug dealers
  • Carlton Towers may go condos
  • Working: A day on the job
  • Business in brief: Chiropractor named to national association
  • Goodbye to a landmark: Dew drops in 2 weeks
  • Dr. Delay: Help on way for those Bayside Bridge bound
  • Questions and answers
  • Kids help fight 'the disease of the wind'
  • Environmental board okays church expansion
  • Minority student issues on agenda
  • 3 leaders fault mayor for words to worker
  • Have Midtown ideas? Let's hear them
  • Youth sports: Raiders' hard work impacts new league
  • Sports: Tritons are counting on pitchers to deliver
  • Association honors Tampa's Boje
  • Business headlines: Retirement center set for facelift
  • Letters: Right or wrong not always clear-cut

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Teen dies when van hits car

  • News of Florida
  • Tooling around
  • Missing boy found; mother is arrested
  • Appellate court calls castration sentence illegal
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