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Tuesday, April 15, 2003

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Coalition casualities

From concertmaster to campus CEO
[Times photo: Cherie Diez]
USF St. Petersburg's next leader, Karen White (center), resolves to raise the profile of the fine arts. Story

Times staff writer Bill Adair is on the road with U.S. Bob Graham • Online journal

U.S. ratchets up pressure on Syria
The Bush administration sharply scolded Syria for a second day on Monday, warning it to "ponder the implications" of what Washington says is that country's support of terrorism, its development of chemical weapons and its harboring of fugitives from the regime of Saddam Hussein. Story
Americans begin to see terror war successes
With the military successes in Iraq comes a belief that the United States may finally be winning the war against terrorism -- the first time a majority of Americans believe this, according to a CBS News-New York Times poll released Monday. Story

Editorial: The April 15 blues
Editorial: Support for a bigger phone bill
Letters: Damage caps are no remedy for malpractice ills
Mary Jo Melone: Here's the choice: Buy medicine or pay the rent?
Ernest Hooper: Sister's love lives on; a party joke falls flat
Jan Glidewell: No EZ way to evade tax -- or antitax nut cases
John Romano: A child gone astray
Susan Taylor Martin: Arab world looks to Syria

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  • Calendar
  • It's that old mediocre-show feeling
  • Rings, Spider-Man get most MTV nominations

  • Feds dangle homeless grant; nobody bites
  • Forgery suspect dies in deputy's custody
  • Zoning okay clears path for new Lowe's
  • State makes gory case at man's trial
  • Decision on carports back in city's lap

  • Woman denied job when pregnant sues
  • Public works moves to new digs
  • Spring Hill man reports being robbed by intruder
  • Leader's lot might lead him to court
  • Majestic Oaks gets thumbs-up

  • Judge gives offenders face time
  • Inverness to decide on police vests, water costs

    From Times staff writer Chuck Murphy in Afghanistan • Online journal

     From Times staff photographer
    John Pendygraft in Kuwait
    Online journalAudio dispatches
    Photo gallery: With the troops

    The latest video report on Operation Iraqi Freedom from Tampa Bay's 10 News. 
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    photoBed & Bengal
    Spend the night at a Tampa animal sanctuary that provides a haven for rescued big cats. Story

    Lightning recover, win 4-3 in OT
    Vincent Lecavalier scored on a two-man advantage in overtime Tuesday night, ending 4 years of Tampa Bay Lightning frustration in the nation's capital. (more)
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    Rays come back only to lose in ninth
    State says it may buy Cypress Gardens
    Ferman Sr. dies at 88
    Tampa Police seek clues in morning murder
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    Eat? Sleep? Not in mid-April
    With midnight ticking closer, bay area accountants and post offices brace for late hours and scrambling crowds of tax procrastinators. Story
    Lightning hopes to turn over a new Leafs
    Dave Andreychuk recalls '93 comeback when Toronto rallied from 2-0 down to win a series. He seeks the same result for Tampa Bay. Story
    Pioneer brings Sunshine to Division I hockey
    Lindsey Bazzone went from playing against boys to first Floridian playing with college elite. Story
    State may divert funds for manatee research
    Every time state and federal officials have imposed new regulations to protect manatees, boaters have complained they are not based on sound science. Story
    'Turkeys' may gobble $400-million
    Leaders of the Florida House and Senate feud over whether there is enough money for lawmakers' pet projects, and whether the items are needed at all. Story
    Boat retailer, wife sail into divorce court
    William McGill Jr., chief executive of MarineMax Inc., boils down the appeal of boating into a simple axiom: Time on the water together builds family. Story
    Riding the waves of an endless summer
    Robert August made his name and fortune seeking perfect waves and creating high-quality boards. Story

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