April 10, 2003
It's hard to believe that the government could be so casual, so callous.
Abductor destined to live life in a cell
The crimes of a bitter ex-worker cannot be written off as an aberration, a judge says in imposing three consecutive life terms.
Memo outlines incentives to ice deal with Lightning
Providing property tax relief and sharing tourism tax funds are proposed as ways to keep the team at the Times Forum.
Iraq: Blood donors fill military need
Tampa Bay residents have responded to requests for blood by donating hundreds more units per week than normal.
Iraq: Law enforcement officers shuffle duties as some serve country
The Pinellas and Hillsborough sheriffs have a total of more than 60 in the military; Tampa, 17; and St. Petersburg, nine officers.
Taking care of their own at VA hospital
The Retired Senior Volunteer Program at Bay Pines is bigger than ever and growing.
Post offices test anthrax detectors
ST. PETERSBURG -- The U.S. Postal Service will use local post offices to test a new safety device that checks for anthrax spores as streams of letters slide along a conveyor bound for their destinations.
Crash kills driver and closes Gandy for hours
TAMPA -- Police don't know where Terri Poole was going at 4 a.m. Wednesday morning. They don't know where she had been that evening.
Highlights of deal proposal
Here are highlights of a proposed "memorandum of agreement" drafted by a consultant for Hillsborough County. The agreement would be between Hillsborough County, the city of Tampa, the Tampa Sports Authority and Palace Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Tampa Bay Lightning and operates the St. Pete Times Forum. Negotiators of the document call it a "starting point" to develop a new deal that would keep the Tampa Bay Lightning in town.
South Pinellas headlines
North Pinellas headlines
News of Florida