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April 16, 2003


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
  • Calendar
  • Contest to offer chance at winning $1-billion

  • In the news
  • Highway Patrol wants felony charge for Conrad


  • BUSINESS
  • Giving success another shot
  • Raymond James sags with markets
  • Reptron has little good to report
  • Clearwater tech company reveals losses
  • Business Today


  • CITRUS
  • Anti-drug coalition is closer to reality
  • Debate set on malpractice, tort reform
  • FEMA reviewing county's preparedness
  • Ponds may not halt flooding, expert agrees
  • Ordinance to remove junk vehicles passes
  • A coach with strong beliefs
  • Hurricanes are a pleasant surprise
  • Waste pickup costs climb where homes far apart


  • COLUMNS
  • Gary Shelton: Championship apparently can't buy love for Bucs
  • Howard Troxler: Life, liberty and the right to a pregame Sunday beer
  • Gator colors wave in Iraq; flags swiped
  • Think your tax bill's high? Check out the president's

  • Lightning
  • Underdogs respond with clock ticking


  • HERNANDO
  • Board drops school rezonings for year
  • County DEC leaders ordered to resign
  • For war long ago, vet gets his award
  • Radacky cleared in autographed football request
  • Rowden sees public chiding as a payback
  • Car hobbyists balk at plan to register junkers
  • Measure of Eagles' success hasn't begun
  • Scrivens is dazzling at short
  • Commissioners trample on our property rights


  • HILLSBOROUGH
  • Ex-city attorney denied pension
  • GOP touts Bush's tax cut plan
  • Iorio heads to Capitol to lobby for state help
  • Man in car dies after shooting
  • Teacher punished after allegations

  • Obituary
  • Auto dealer Ferman dies


  • NORTH PINELLAS
  • $528,000 in trees coming
  • County leaps toward new trail
  • Court-ordered yard cleanup goes quietly
  • Erosion, flooding remedies in focus
  • YMCA strives for donations to build Palm Harbor branch
  • Police acts that killed man ruled proper


  • OPINION
  • Taking but not stealing
  • The FCAT showdown
  • With war and domestic needs, don't cut taxes


  • PASCO
  • 2 families propose upscale housing
  • 3 officers suspended after arrest inquiry
  • Flurry of filers try to beat deadline
  • Jury watches videotape of suspect altering story
  • Zephyrhills pays tribute to Marine in Iraq
  • Baisley decides to stick with Phillies
  • Locals back onnational stage
  • Seven Springs, Weightman win track titles
  • Newest St. Leo commissioner ready to work
  • Developer is back with new plan for Moon Lake acreage
  • Handle with care: Students send troops support
  • Struggle intensifies for disabled brother, sister


  • SOUTH PINELLAS
  • Annexation's cost gives Pinellas Park pause
  • County asks: Will you stay here? And why?
  • USF campus to raise parking fees
  • Whirlwind trip
  • First Night's financial future may depend on fundraiser
  • St. Giles Manor evacuated after fumes trip alarm
  • Voter league has legacy of action in St. Petersburg
  • Facing 'toughest match,' tennis great lifts spirits
  • Black activist: Don't rush school chief pick
  • Cerebral children crunch the numbers
  • Building on success, a tradition will live on
  • Students tailor the clothes of drama
  • Gulfport seeks ideas for outdoor public art
  • Mideast military news
  • Swiftmud official's firm gets dredging contract
  • Ex-New Yorker runs into new activity
  • Triathletes get started at Fort De Soto
  • Then as now
  • In the groove
  • Cities should not annex by force


  • SPORTS
  • Sound bites

  • Baseball
  • Ailing Red Sox coaches return
  • AL: Chisox fans back on attack
  • Disney may be on verge of selling Angels
  • NL: Braves curb Expos' island bliss

  • Bowling
  • Roth buys into Rainbow Lanes, plans move to area

  • College basketball
  • USF coaching search might drag

  • In brief
  • Burk's focus on CEOswith ties to Augusta

  • Lightning
  • Recharged!
  • Grahame must wait for chance
  • Little in common, except in respect earned
  • Tonight: Lightning vs. Capitals
  • Period pieces
  • Roy wants to stay, agent says

  • NBA
  • Another loss for Wilkens

  • NFL
  • Ex-Eagles owner Tose dies at 88

  • NHL
  • Bruins avoid sweep

  • Outdoors
  • A lifesaver in deadly seas
  • Daily fishing report

  • Preps
  • Chiefs turn it on to top Lions, take top seed
  • Inconsistent Gators win again
  • Ligon to sign with Butler
  • One showdown sets up another
  • Pinellas track extra
  • Plant student's parents file lawsuit over injuries
  • Seven from Pinellas reach state meet
  • Success continues for 'Canes and their ace
  • Warriors get back in race

  • Rays
  • Rays waste Baldelli lovefest
  • Bierbrodt suffers velocity drop

  • Storm
  • Poor practice almost leads to upset loss


  • STATE
  • Changes to Glades bill alarm Congress
  • Mystery group targets House budget cuts
  • Budget balancing could drive up tuition, class sizes
  • Runoff will pick Jacksonville mayor

  • Around the state
  • State to look at buying Cypress Gardens

  • Legislature
  • Senate moves to cool down debate on smoking limits
  • Senate panel approves malpractice measures
  • With few friends, workers' comp bill moves ahead
  • Police pension board blamed in theft


  • TAMPA BAY
  • Couple risk SARS to adopt little girl
  • Insurance requirement shuts down Duck Tours
  • Inquiring minds learn about the two-legged pup
  • Pinellas hospital isolates suspected SARS case
  • Two in Al-Arian case to get bail


  • TASTE
  • Mom, please pass the brussels sprouts
  • Recipe correction
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  • Story not named

  • You asked for it
  • Pine-nut cookies are taste of Italy


  • WORLDANDNATION
  • Bush aims for middle ground on tax cut
  • FBI reels from wrongdoing by workers
  • Dangerous, yes, but Kabul has changed
  • Who's funding Bob Graham? Mostly Fla. folk

  • Columbia
  • Mere slit may have been 'Columbia' wing's undoing

  • Iraq
  • Blair, Schroeder seek to heal relations, Iraq
  • Powell: No attack on Syria
  • Two families of custodians remain to nurture cradle of mankind
  • U.S. hosts meeting of Iraqis; thousands protest
  • Iraqi site yields more mystery containers
  • Flareups puncture slow return of order
  • Iraq's intellectual heritage sacked
  • Dear Abby site nears its 2-millionth message
  • Hunt continuing for Iraq's trove of terror

  • Nation in brief
  • Gym shooting victim had gun in pocket, coroner says

  • World in brief
  • 9 more die from SARS in Hong Kong, but baby saved

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