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Friday, April 6, 2001
SPORTS

[AP photo]
A Masterful first step for DiMarco
Without the benefits of experience, the former Gator focuses on "just playing golf." Story
Hubert Mizell: Augusta rookie adds orange and blue to green

Rays routed 11-0: ‘This was crazy’
ST. PETERSBURG -- The first inning, all agreed, was a miserable sight. Two errors, two hits, four unearned runs. Story
The view was fine, except for that loss
TAMPA -- There were a couple of ways to look at Thursday night's game at the Ice Palace. Story
BUSINESS
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NYSE 5525.46
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NASDAQ 1648.00
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Russell 2000 454.15
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S&P 500 977.13
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10YR T-Note (x.10) 42.21
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From the Times business pages
Dose of good news energizes markets
Investors start buying again as reports from Dell and Alcoa are seen as signs that business is improving at least for some companies. Story
Reptron, Ariba cut jobs in Tampa
Energy deregulation efforts running out of time
State lawmakers say chances are fading fast for a decision on merchant power plants in the current session. Story
FLORIDIAN
Trading crisis for caring
[Times photo: Scott Keeler]
Increasingly, police officers intervene in crises involving the mentally ill. Everyone's edgy, scared. But one program brings both groups together to heighten each other's understanding. Story
ENTERTAINMENT
  • 'N Sync reschedules Tampa gig
  • Saxophonist Tyrone 'Tiny' Johnson dies
  • Flash

  • WORLD & NATION
    Crew had 40 minutes to destroy secrets
    Rep. C.W. Bill Young says the crew of the U.S. spy plane may have had time to keep much from falling into China's hands. Story
    AP updates

    Another shot at Mars
    After two embarrassing failures, NASA will launch a spacecraft on Saturday that is intended to help find out whether there ever was life on the Red Planet. Story

    McVeigh’s final days planned to last detail
    Even responses to acts of terrorism are included in the blueprint for the bomber's May execution. Story
    FROM THE WIRE Audio update
  • Bush Challenges Allies to Defend Turkey
  • Iraq Approves U-2 Surveillance Flights
  • NASA IDs Debris As Part of Left Wing
  • Ill. Islamic Charity Leader Pleads Guilty
  • Energy Costs Soar With Cold, Iraq Threat
  • Dow Closes Up 56, Nasdaq Gains 14
  • Penguins Trade Kovalev Back to Rangers
    STATE
    Stadiums not exempt from property taxes
    The state Supreme Court says governments will have to foot the property bill for venues such as Tropicana Field. Story
    Voucher impact study disputed
    A study saying that schools improved because of the threat of vouchers is debunked by another study. Story
    Federal funds let Medicaid programs grow
    TALLAHASSEE -- Facing a tight budget year, Gov. Jeb Bush announced Thursday that the federal government has approved money to let Florida expand its health care programs for the poor. Story
    TAMPA BAY
    Only 98 hear final answer: You passed
    TAMPA -- While those around her moaned and groaned, Katie Travis sat serenely, secure that she had made the cut. Story

    Polk fire’s smoky haze irritates bay area again
    Smoke and haze from the Polk County wildfires floated into Pinellas and Hillsborough counties on Thursday morning. Story
    BLUE ANGELSBlue Angels light up MacDill AirFest
    The renowned Navy precision flying team is one of the highlights at the annual open house at the Air Force base. Story
    COLUMNS
    Sara Fritz: Bush’s ‘humble’ foreign policy gets first test
    Howard Troxler: Tiff shows key in these powers is separation
    Jan Glidewell: Can sheriff learn from television show? 10-4
    Robert Trigaux: Devil Rays financial trade a bust for bank

  • CITRUS
    Witness: Brakes were worn
    The state piles up evidence against driver Shaun McElrath, asserting that her speeding, bad brakes and drinking led to her deadly wreck. Story
    HERNANDO
    Developer confirms residential project
    Jacksonville's LandMar Group says it will build homes on the hilly 1,600-acre parcel east of U.S. 41. Story
    PASCO
    Mother accused of shaking infant son
    That and another baby's death occur as a non-profit agency is set to take over protective services for children of troubled families. Story



     

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