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February 28, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Bush takes budget to nation
  • Highlights of Bush's speech
  • Numbers don't add up, Democrats say
  • States act to bolster marriage
  • Colombia seeks U.S. aid on trade
  • The nation in brief
  • World Briefs
  • 'We are making progress'


  • Tampa Bay
  • Prayer debate lifts many voices
  • Gov. Bush says Florida teeters on brink of water crisis
  • Chad proves no problem in St. Petersburg election
  • City's mayoral drama replays a familiar act
  • A low voter turnout cuts the field of nine
  • Tampa Bay briefs


  • State
  • University system's future worries Herbert
  • DNA test casts doubt on detective
  • Around the state
  • Methodists designate new bishop for Florida


  • Business
  • Earnings tumble at Federated
  • Nation's outlook at 4-year low point
  • Questioning favors Microsoft in antitrust case
  • Developer plots high-tech project in Tampa port area
  • Business digest


  • South Pinellas
  • A day for newcomers
  • Gulfport challengers see possibilities
  • A friend's kindness smoothes hard time
  • Melrose discovers a principal on campus
  • Festive air -- and unfortunate snare
  • Businesses aim to land Mexican trading
  • Expand trolley routes downtown
  • Bookstore reopens
  • Detroit Hotel may go condo, not rental
  • 13-year-old struck in front of school
  • School briefs
  • City sure complaints about paint will fade
  • Candidate, mayor's wife clash at forum
  • South Pasadena mayor's race has a strange feel
  • Two hope to unseat incumbent in Ward 2
  • 5th grade to finish year in old facility
  • Activist helped salvage the ghettos, win rights
  • Humans, animals gather to help Friends of Strays
  • Many faces of one man to fill Palladium Theater
  • Family reunites to ensure 90th birthday sparkles
  • Focus on volunteers
  • Military news
  • Conditions make Laser racing an adventure
  • Racquet Club rallies to reach state
  • Incumbent, challenger square off in Gulfport
  • Sunshine track officials are ready to get rolling
  • Principal shares his views about a new job


  • North Pinellas
  • Final mass student transfer met with loud parental anger
  • Coming this week
  • Officials: Deputy dragged as driver flees
  • Even as flagpole, tower not wanted
  • Tractor to tackle stony beaches
  • Robbers kill man, steal tax refund
  • Moderator spices up Largo commission forum
  • Hour's shopping fulfills the wish of ill 12-year-old
  • Keep Commissioner Tracy
  • North Pinellas briefs
  • County deal may keep summer golfers on links
  • Fine closes case of fake high school certificate
  • Church plans to expand, reach out
  • Clearwater rethinks economic director's post


  • Pasco County
  • Teen who shot friend describes tragedy
  • Man shot after wild police chase
  • County okays school impact fee on new homes
  • Zephyrhills airport will get extra workers
  • Smaller pay boost ruffles firefighters
  • Tempers reignite over apartment project
  • Protecting children, not property values, should be top priority
  • Arguments put aside for good of the schools
  • Weightman's perfect season ends with title
  • New telephone system billed as money saver
  • Police reports
  • Classnotes
  • Fourth-grader finds success as volunteer
  • Even seasoned parents can use some advice
  • Dade City to pave last dirt streets, study brick streets
  • Committee to report fire department findings
  • Chamber rewards businesses for caring


  • Hernando County
  • 'Social promotion' rears head with School Board
  • Officials toss their 2 cents in on new rail
  • Students to carry on without lockers
  • Changes proposed for dealing with dogs
  • Radios a waste of public funds
  • Path clears for clairvoyants who don't vote in county
  • Leopard switches into baseball mode -- for now
  • Sideline
  • Ferguson's absence doesn't slow Eagles
  • Police reports
  • Columnists
    Robert Trigaux
  • Call center capital's under siege -- and that's okay

  • Howard Troxler
  • Gallup polls got nothing on this writer

  • Bill Maxwell
  • Becoming less conservative with age

  • Gary Shelton
  • Coach reflects change for Lightning


  • Sports
    Lightning/NHL
  • Coach, captain check in
  • Lightning welcome in Khabibulin derby
  • NHL roundup

  • Bucs/NFL
  • Just passing by L.A., sort of
  • Receiver McCready trying to catch scouts' eyes
  • Professional football roundup

  • Colleges
  • With little in common, UF duo shares goal: greatness
  • Crash tape still leaves a mystery
  • Florida and Florida State basketball game capsules
  • Mocs stop Barry's upset bid
  • Aiming to get out of Vanderbilt alive
  • Darling autopsy reveals nothing
  • In the end, Crawford still positive

  • Devil Rays
  • A pair of originals
  • Spring Training notebook
  • Baseball roundup
  • Hitters given quick lessons on high strike

  • Outdoors
  • Captain's corner

  • Et cetera
  • Sports digest
  • NBA roundup

  • Preps
  • Seven Rivers falls short against Laurel Hill
  • Panthers come back to defeat Hurricanes
  • Fagan finally has his way with Rams
  • Boone proves (way) too much for Gaither
  • Boys basketball roundup
  • Lake Wales' hopes for repeat roll away
  • Big runs help Plant crush Countryside
  • Bogie rallies but falls short
  • CCC left bloodied and battered


  • Entertainment
  • Weezer takes fans back to '90s
  • Seize the day
  • Flash


  • Opinion
  • Job description needed
  • Apology without liability
  • Work together to make life better for farm workers


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • Strawberry serenade
  • The winemaking wizards of Oz
  • dish
  • You Asked For It
  • Girl Scout cookies made more decadent
  • Tastings from a sampler of wines
  • Crab Shack keeps folks coming back
  • Food File


  • Hillsborough
  • Data reveal kids' queries are baffling
  • Sketch describes salvage yard slaying suspect
  • Jury starts deliberating bribery case against 2
  • 3 teens charged in school explosion
  • Filing deadline nears for tax exemption
  • Business digest


  • Citrus County
  • County asked to fight new plant
  • 'Davids' deliver stand on prayer
  • Ex-council member sues over censure
  • Citrus digest
  • Father: Kindness can flow from killings
  • Council decision on garbage service to stand
  • Lecanto star tries to move on
  • Red-hot rivals to meet in one of season's best
  • Sideline


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