January 12, 2001
Tampa Bay: January 12, 2001
South Pinellas County news
[Times photo: Fred Victorin]
Never mind the mucky smell of low tide. Bob Heagey, foreground, and Nathan Henderson hold Angela Gospodarek so she can fish their Frisbee out of Bayboro Harbor in St. Petersburg. They were on a break from work Thursday at the Florida Marine Research Institute.
Street killing is year's first
Morning gunshots take a life; residents say it was all too predictable.
Williams will try to keep council seat
Earnest Williams is serving out an appointment to the City Council. He has filed to run for a full term.
Fired officer testifies he did not see any abuse
At his arbitration hearing, St. Petersburg Officer David Sugar says his back was turned during the arrest.
After a pause, arsonist returns
ST. PETERSBURG -- After a quiet month, an arsonist has struck again inside a four-block area near downtown that suffered nine arsons in November.
Tampa Bay headlines
Lawyers ask Bush to save dog from death penalty
Blood reserves run critically low in Tampa area
Cold winter, warm hearth
TIA acts to quiet din from its skies
Real health risks?
Tampa Bay briefs
Christian group sues PSTA over ad space
Young offenders may get more counseling, other help
Children's insurance at issue
North Pinellas headlines
$222,609 awarded in parking lawsuit
Turtles to pop up for art, charity
Fire damages landmark Jimmy Hall's Steak House
Ridgecrest discussion heats up packed hall
Oldsmar plan gets rolling
Water fee ruled constitutional
Library is getting raw deal, city says
Hart has right to keep eye on Clearwater staff
Series of free law classes planned at SPJC campus
Homeless shelters seek volunteers
Pool stains beware
Both sides raise the stakes in gambling boat feud
Tour's striking success calls for another trip
One suspect arrested in store shootings
Store owner shot in robbery
Non-partisan commission races opposed
Men's hoops team must play without its leading scorer
USF plans vigil, march to honor Martin Luther King
Seniors still hear classroom's call
News of Florida
Secretary of state speaks: 'I know I followed the law'
Bush offers plan to lure teachers
Glock: 'I killed Ms. Ritchie. I'm sorry for it'
Panel probes Bush's inaction
Around the state
Senator warns of student-performance gap
Teen anti-smoking program effective despite budget
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