March 2, 2001
||Council to recount votes
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
The Canvassing Board agrees to a partial recount in the mayoral primary.
Governor's tears reveal just a drop of self-pity
You might have noticed that our governor, Jeb Bush, broke into tears at a meeting with black Baptists the other day.
Pollen wafts in, tears drip out
Pesky pollen is dusting everything in sight with a greenish-yellow haze. For now, grab a tissue.
Animal cruelty case expands
Two youths accused of beating two llamas are charged with killing a bull.
Custody feuding for Sam resumes
The battle for custody of the 4-year-old boy goes back to the Alabama Supreme Court.
30,000 teens, screaming for God
Teen Mania Ministries brings its message of God in a two-day conference at Tropicana Field.
Growing TIA to redesign space
Larger curbside check-in, new escalators and 14 more gates will give passengers and planes more breathing room by end of 2002.
Tampa Bay briefs
Maximo teacher aide arrested
USF trims list for provost to 4
School President Judy Genshaft says she hopes to have the chief academic officer position filled by the end of April.
Accused murderer found incompetent to stand trial
Franklin Delano Floyd faces a murder charge. Prosecutors had planned to seek the death penalty.
Times, Clearwater clash in court over access to city's e-mail
ST. PETERSBURG -- Lawyers for the St. Petersburg Times and the city of Clearwater debated in court Thursday just how sweeping the public's right to know is when it comes to e-mail.
South Pinellas headlines
Council to recount votes
Water rates to rise in April
North Pinellas headlines
Commission approves beach resort
Seat 5 race pits 2 styles of running for office
Police: Robbery suspects not linked to slaying
Flames damage Ridge Road apartments
City manager in race for Colorado job
Death came, but not once did he ever wait for it
Tractor will till rocky beaches
2nd hotel may rise at Oldsmar gateway
Union endorses new face
3 candidates bring needed skills to Oldsmar
To clear air, Tarpon Springs seeks garbage bids
Fick, Warner end junior tourney like Champions
Honoring a musical hero
Lona Harris, 102, kin of pioneer
Vet Music Fest
Window of opportunity
Doctor continues work after sex crime arrest
Judge Alvarez leaving the bench
Judge denies release after case reversal
Evans co-defendant's tax evasion trial begins
Win streak helps softball squad turn it around
Art program has international flair
Greeks stress academic exploits
News of Florida
Accounts differ in fatal crash
Civic duty may bring deportation
Around the state
Bush pushes controversial civil service changes
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