March 13, 2003
Mary Jo Melone: Cops aren't shrinks; jails aren't hospitals
Alan Houseman is a statistic now.
Teachers outraged by pay offered to Hinesley's assistant
Painful budget cuts loom. The school district's biggest endeavor in decades, the choice plan, is at a critical juncture. And each week, the Legislature threatens to inflict more pain.
Arts center pulls plug on protest dance
The piece, inspired by a highly publicized Tampa crash that killed a child, sympathized with the man convicted of DUI-manslaughter.
Bring war dead home, bill says
Rep. Brown-Waite's measure would allow the removal of American soldiers buried in military cemeteries in France and Belgium.
County settles ex-worker's bias suit
The County Commission agrees to apologize and pay $130,000 to settle a federal discrimination suit that brought tears to some members' eyes.
Old idea adds fuel to the race
Frank Sanchez suggests that past comments show Pam Iorio will raise taxes. She decries negative tactics.
Prosecutors: Don't reveal transcripts
TAMPA -- Federal prosecutors want grand jury testimony in the case of Steve and Marlene Aisenberg to remain sealed, despite a recent court order to open the records to the public by Monday.
South Pinellas headlines
Pinellas Park school reports student assault
Obituary: Man whose home was burned in '96 disturbances dies
North Pinellas headlines
Missing kids featured on race cars
Hotel is target of police raid
Residents protest fields for soccer
Mayor accused of election quid pro quo
Jury: Woman's killer should die
New middle school reaches halfway mark
Plan to burn preserve may be all wet
Shoppers unaware as man robs store
Area standout continues run of strong races
Police reports: Bank branch on beach robbed by man in shorts
Yielding to billboard industry will hurt for decades
Tampa Uncuffed: E-mail assault hits sheriffs
Commissioners pick sides in mayor race
Girlfriend arrested in man's strangulation
Library evacuated as sheriff's deputies inspect briefcase
News of Florida
No-smoking bills head in different directions
Experts question Census data on same-sex couples
No-fault reform bill draws opposition from both sides
Former state tech chief acquitted of grand theft
Witness against Childers can testify, judge rules
Lawmakers may prescribe penmanship for doctors
Graham removes blockade on marshals, judge approvals
Senate leader is not buying into Bush budget proposal
Tribe's suspended chairman exerted pressure in letters
Legislature 2003: Sen. Les Miller in line for Senate minority leader
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