February 20, 2001
Mary Jo Melone
As we ride our brakes, they live at full speed
I occupy my own small universe without paying much heed to the sports pages.
Boy injured in vicious dog attack
The 5-year-old boy is in fair condition at a hospital. His parents plan to have the family dog humanely destroyed.
One case imperils officers careers
In the Aisenberg case, many wonder what happened with the lead detectives, once known for good works and big arrests.
Senator to resign Swiftmud position
Ginny Brown-Waite sees potential problems in balancing legislative duties with her job with the water district.
Suspect in llama beatings to be charged as adult
"We plan to aggressively prosecute" the cruelty case against him and an 18-year-old, a prosecutor says.
Tampa Bay briefs
Hillsborough's chief judge is recuperating -- quietly
South Pinellas headlines
Race for mayor focuses on taxes
North Pinellas headlines
Employees evacuated after bomb scare
Searching for buried history
North Pinellas digest
Library's new PCs to speed Internet access
Insurance may boost nursing home cost
Billboard lawyers to county: It'll cost
Commission turns its back on communities
North Pinellas in brief
Club pros Falcone, Carlson run into a flock of birdies
Students learn lessons of Holocaust
Study softens proposed lakefront rules
Black shopper's suit claims store tailed him
News of Florida
State action targets bar's liquor license
Study: Babies getting off to a better start
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