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Monday, February 5, 2001
SPORTS
They shoot, they score! And score! And ...

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The NHL All-Star Game sets a record for goals as North America outlasts the World 14-12. Tampa Bay's Fredrik Modin (above) makes his impact with four assists. Story
Gannon fire rips NFC
The Raiders QB is as perfect as the Bucs players are quiet in an AFC victory in the Pro Bowl. Story
ENTERTAINMENT
Jazz virtuoso's trombone sings
Members of the Wycliffe Gordon Sextet brought their instruments to life as part of the Take the "A" Train series. Story
TECH TIMES
Game battle heats up
Sony's new PlayStation 2 has stumbled because of a scarcity of consoles and quality games. That could give the edge to two upcoming game systems: Microsoft's Xbox and Nintendo's Gamecube. Story
XPRESS
Scenes from the inaugural classroom
Presidential Classroom puts a Palm Harbor University High School student right into the thick of things in Washington, D.C., during inaugural celebrations. Story
WORLD & NATION
Courier of hope
In a country where those held by guerrillas are largely forgotten, Marleny Orjuela won't let them be completely forgotten. Story

Missile debate sparks new Cold War fears
Russia and Asian nations say the proposed defense system will prompt a new arms race -- one that will extend into space. Story
FROM THE WIRE
  • Bush Challenges Allies to Defend Turkey
  • Iraq Approves U-2 Surveillance Flights
  • NASA IDs Debris As Part of Left Wing
  • Ill. Islamic Charity Leader Pleads Guilty
  • Energy Costs Soar With Cold, Iraq Threat
  • Dow Closes Up 56, Nasdaq Gains 14
  • Penguins Trade Kovalev Back to Rangers
    TAMPA BAY
    Beloved grouper to grow dear
    Officials expect an annual monthlong ban on commercial fishing to replenish the grouper supply. Seafood stores predict the price will soar. Story
    Student improves in case linked to meningitis
    All four boys treated for the disease improve; two hope to go home soon. Story
    STATE
    Questions surround university reform
    State universities likely will get their own boards, but Gov. Jeb Bush has no criteria for his selections. Story
    BUSINESS
    History lesson
    A 1980s building boom left the Tampa Bay area with a glut of empty offices when recession hit. Commercial real estate developers hope to avoid a repeat. Story
    COLUMNS
    Howard Troxler: Our growth rules still warm, but burial plotted
    Sara Fritz: Bush's humility plays well, but for how long?
    Jan Glidewell: A picture is worth a thousand questions
    FLORIDIAN
    Whose Holy Land?
    At the Holy Land Experience, a new Interstate 4 entertainment attraction, visitors may inspect models of Herod's Temple and Christ's tomb. But the concept has raised some religious tensions. Story
  • CITRUS
    Drivers test parkway on its debut
    People explore the 32-mile route on the first day the toll road is open to regular traffic. Story
    Castration weighed in rape case
    A man with a history of sex crimes may face chemical castration if he is convicted of raping a 17-year-old girl, but only after serving his sentence. Story
    HERNANDO
    City reverses its course on hosting Flatlanders
    But Brooksville could be spurned now that racers say they enjoyed the hilly and scenic Spring Lake course. Story
    Vet survives many jumps, battle with alcoholism
    Cliff Messenger of Spring Hill will tell you that he is a very ordinary guy. But "ordinary" is one of those expressions that bothers me. Story
    PASCO
    Kumquat Festival enjoys success
    Organizers estimate that 32,000 people attended the event in its fourth year. Now they hope to raise the standards and focus on quality. Story
    Retailers' benefits help draw workers
    Pluses like flexible hours and profit sharing help companies compete in Pasco's tight labor market. Story

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