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March 2, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Bankruptcy overhaul sails through House
  • House panel rushes tax plan to approval
  • Don't mess with Milosevic, allies say
  • Washington briefs
  • World briefs
  • National briefs
  • Canada report


  • Tampa Bay
  • Pollen wafts in, tears drip out
  • Animal cruelty case expands
  • Custody feuding for Sam resumes
  • 30,000 teens, screaming for God
  • Growing TIA to redesign space
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • USF trims list for provost to 4
  • Accused murderer found incompetent to stand trial
  • Times, Clearwater clash in court over access to city's e-mail


  • State
  • Accounts differ in fatal crash
  • Civic duty may bring deportation
  • Around the state
  • Bush pushes controversial civil service changes


  • Business
  • Former Roberds store getting a high-tech makeover
  • Z-Tel grows revenues, customers and losses
  • Business today
  • MCI, WorldCom prove to be worlds apart
  • Chamber, high-tech officials wrangle
  • WorldCom quietly slides out of Pinellas Park center
  • Insurance rivals unite on Internet


  • South Pinellas
  • Council to recount votes
  • Water rates to rise in April


  • North Pinellas
  • 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
  • Happenings
  • Window of opportunity


  • Pasco County
  • Patrol deputies lose cell phones
  • Probation, training urged for doctor
  • Zoning approved for 8,000 homes
  • Merchants compete in window contest
  • Meager salaries at the heart of teacher shortage
  • Subdivision wants to secede from Master Association
  • Man charged with neglect after girls left in park
  • Baseball stats/standings
  • Carvers come out of the woodwork for show
  • Coming up
  • And the SAC favorite is ...
  • A lasting impact
  • Weekend tournament early test for area's best
  • County season starts today


  • Hernando County
  • Heat a big plus for winter's hot seller
  • Impact fees won't cover new truck
  • Down-home festival arises from swamp
  • Shooting victim's family finds gun
  • Pasco to make push for CPR awareness
  • Mass hysteria
  • Trio plans line-up of old favorites
  • This week
  • State turns over control of some child services
  • Suncoast to shed light on season
  • Injury delays Langworthy's season debut
  • Eagle girls have pleased coach
  • Columnists
  • Governor's tears reveal just a drop of self-pity
  • Family first
  • Please, take my identity, my phone and my mug


  • Sports
    Baseball
  • Rays learning when, when not to swing
  • White shaky, but Rays roll
  • Gooden happy in quest for roster spot
  • Area camps roundup

  • Lightning
  • Lightning's president visits with Khabibulin
  • Thornton torpedoes Tampa Bay

  • College hoops
  • USF can't solve Cincy
  • Conference-USA women's tournament
  • Arkansas wins easily, faces Florida today
  • 8 counts added to suit vs. USF
  • TAAC tournament roundup

  • Bucs
  • Could have been so much worse

  • Sports Etc.
  • Darling recalled warmly
  • NBA briefs
  • NFL briefs
  • Sports briefs
  • NHL briefs
  • Changing of guard at WTSP
  • Iditarod site will heat up
  • Duval tees off amid a flurry of swooshes
  • Low scoring is par for course
  • Gators' miscues help Spongers get first win
  • Bucs rout Mustangs, spoil coach's return
  • DeCristofaro likely to take Manatee job
  • Newest Spartan provides lift
  • Curveballs stymie Falcons until grand slam saves day
  • Boys basketball regional final
  • Plant big man doesn't seek spotlight
  • PHU ace allows one hit in win over Tornadoes
  • Around Pinellas


  • Entertainment
  • Familiar voices get face time
  • Flash


  • Opinion
  • Some seem to think racism should be ignored
  • Vandals after our judiciary
  • A fairy tale budget


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • Dr. Lecter, meet Dr. Freud
  • More than skin deep?
  • From the brink, to a leather chair
  • 'The Mexican' needs to get it together


  • Hillsborough
  • 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
  • Spartan shorts
  • Bulls bits
  • Art program has international flair
  • Greeks stress academic exploits
  • Campus calendar
  • Bulletin board


  • Citrus County
  • Crane migration closer to reality
  • Same suspects, new bank heist
  • Sheriff repudiates pagan's complaints
  • County fair offers new scholarships
  • Classes at the park
  • The voices behind 'Woody's Roundup' mosey on over
  • Watercolor lovers and folk fans, take note
  • This week
  • Panther leads by example
  • Lecanto girls are off and running
  • Hurricanes building up for state competition
  • Volunteer helped his church, civic groups
  • Apply now for homestead exemption
  • Goff driven after being 'robbed' of title
  • The ripe stuff


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