February 24, 2001
Tampa Bay: February 24, 2001
South Pinellas County news
Major to leave for job as chief
ST. PETERSBURG -- When an advertisement crossed his desk for an opening in the Paducah, Ky., Police Department, St. Petersburg police Chief Goliath Davis III had someone in mind.
For now, officer avoids charges
It has been seven weeks since St. Petersburg Police Officer Antonio Garner was fingered as a suspect in an attempted street robbery in Gulfport.
First Unity workshop: "Messages From Angels'
Experts comment on being the experts
In the newspaper business, they're known as the usual suspects.
Tampa Bay headlines
For officers, food is a deal gone bad
Call helps police name bank robbery suspect
Smoke continues to choke I-4
Attorney studying Aisenberg case is a 'professional'
Clearwater ex-official won't face drug charge
Tampa Bay briefs
Man arrested over gun deal calls it misunderstanding
Cold war is over, but the nuclear age isn't
Utility fears cost of pumping violations
North Pinellas headlines
City rethinks economic director's post
Coast guard calls off search for diver
Officer's remarks deemed improper
Ulmerton Road relief is coming, but slowly
Voyeur Web site now faces a deadline
Teacher says good-bye after 35 years
Benefit for Largo High student set for Sunday
10 heads ready to wear crown
Students come to marshes' aid
Teens hospitalized after vehicle hits utility pole
Learning savings, grace in club
Bayfront is forced to battle crime, too
High degree of difficulty reason for low numbers
Bibles have an exotic mission
911 call from life raft brings rescue
A closer look: one Hillsborough church
News of Florida
State broadens inquiry into bias beyond Perry
Defending his black staffers, Bush cries
Around the state
State, federal officials plan for worst as drought lingers
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