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Monday, February 17, 2003
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The worst blizzard to hit the mid-Atlantic and central Appalachian states in seven years shut down much of the region on Presidents Day with windblown snow that piled up as much as 4 feet deep, halting air and some rail travel and causing at least 16 deaths. AP updates
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Workers clear snow in front of the White House
Passengers stranded at TIA Story
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Why did wing of 'Columbia' heat up?
No one knows yet what caused the shuttle disaster, but experts offer some theories. Story
Fat, sugar win as kids choose
Picky eaters, kids go straight for fast food. Cafeterias offer salads and vegetables, but must make money and can't dictate choices. Story
Bids are in, but high-speed rail still just a vision
Lawmakers will hear high-speed rail ideas Tuesday, but have until November to decide. They could also ask voters to reconsider. Story
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Michael Waltrip wins rain-shortened event and becomes eighth driver to win multiple 500s. Story
Romano: Like old times, unfortunately, for Earnhardt Jr. at Daytona
How the race unfolded
What a drip: Weather dampens race

WORLD&NATION
Victory in Iraq may be tough to gauge
President Bush has vowed to push until Saddam Hussein is ousted. Will anything less be considered defeat? Story
NATO agrees to shield Turkey
A deadlock linked to plans for a war against Iraq ends when the allies turn to a panel to which France does not belong. Story
STATE
Study: Mostly black areas gave Bush fewer votes in 2002
A review of about 225 mostly black precincts shows that Bush won fewer votes there in 2002 than in 1998 or 1994. Story

OPINION and COLUMNS
Editorial: Organic food's rotten deal
Editorial: Freedom from scrutiny
Editorial: A paternal injustice
Letters: Dismantling state library devalues Florida heritage
Robert Trigaux: Corporations start to listen as shareholders find their voices
Sara Fritz: Where is Bush's plan to reform Medicare?
John Romano: Like old times, unfortunately, for Earnhardt Jr. at Daytona

ARTS&ENTERTAINMENT
  • Octet highlights week of new music
  • Calendar
  • Philosophical as 70 nears

  • PASCO
  • Fear again becomes part of kids' lives
  • Teen killed in crash 'a good kid'
  • Nudist resort basks in publicity
  • Growth swamps permit workers

  • HERNANDO
  • Rain puts a rush on hot rod honors
  • New principal 'confident but humble' leader
  • Clashing rallies meet at a corner on U.S. 19

  • CITRUS
  • For Williams, reverence, tears
  • Motorcyclist dies in wreck
  • There's a short answer for the long winded
  • A journalist's message: Race matters in news

  • FLORIDIAN
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    A Winter Park school offers intensive training for those whose entertainment dreams take place behind the scenes: They love the hands-on work that creates the magic. Story

    XPRESS
    space pictureXpressions:
    When heroes and hearts fall
    Today we publish a special edition of Xpressions devoted to young readers' thoughts and depictions of the Space Shuttle Columbia. Story

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    NEWS UPDATE
    High-speed I-275 chase ends in crash fatal to 2
    Two men died early today when a car slammed into a pole at the 54th Avenue S exit of Interstate 275. (more)
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    Judge halts Florida Water sale
    Authorities identify man killed in Saturday crash
    Man in wheelchair killed on US 19
    Pitcher dies, one day after collapsing in heat
    Click here for the CQ update
    TAMPA BAY
    Man who claims he killed dozens is sentenced today
    James Delano Winkles, 62, has pleaded guilty to two murders. He says he's also responsible for many more. Story
    Senior sleuths help peers fight crime
    Seniors vs. Crime uses volunteers to help fellow seniors. An office is coming to Tampa Bay area. Story
    SPORTS
    Colome's wounds all on psyche
    Coaches, teammates try to comfort Rays pitcher haunted by fatal crash. Story
    Lightning to continue key stretch tonight
    With five of the next six at home, Tampa Bay has a chance to climb back into a playoff spot. Story
    What rust? Woods is back
    Tiger Woods easily handles Buick Invitational field after a two-month tour layoff for his 35th PGA Tour victory. Story
    BUSINESS
    Three Questions
    DAVID NEELEMAN: Chief executive of JetBlue Airways. Story
    Trying to get up to speed
    Once the dominant force in open-wheel racing, sputtering CART hopes to rev its profile with this week's Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Story
    The cost of going private
    With stock prices still in the cellar, a growing number of publicly traded companies are thinking of going private. Story
    PERSONAL TECH
    Taking note of the Tablet PC
    The small but heavy gadget is an appealing replacement for pen and paper, a team of reviewers say, but don't expect it to take off just yet. Story
    NIE
    Reading Matters:
    Cool stuff! Check it out
    In January, we started our whirlwind tour of Tampa Bay area public libraries and discovered some amazing new ways librarians help us all celebrate the love of reading and a whole lot more. Story



     
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