April 13, 2001
With such wisdom, who needs guarantees?
"I don't believe we're going to do anything to contaminate the water. If we do, I'll be the first to apologize." -- Les Miller, a state senator
Rules will change water's taste
Pinellas is under an EPA deadline to change how its water is treated. Now, for better or worse, it will taste like Tampa's.
In tangled fraud case, detective dated victim
First there was the empty casket for a fictitious "agent." Now this . . .
Teacher: No hint of bomb project
The students built a fake bomb device, but school officials say there were never any explosives and no danger.
Tough water choices lie ahead
Water utility representatives find themselves in a difficult negotiating position in trying to kill a new well field.
Sailors found guilty of smuggling
Witnesses said two boats tried to elude the Coast Guard, and Coast Guard officials saw bales of cocaine being thrown overboard.
Living will pioneer Doris Herbert dies at 93
DUNEDIN -- Doris Herbert, whose "Yankee spunk" carried her to victory in a landmark Florida living will lawsuit, has died at 93.
Tampa Bay briefs
Judge approves Bayfront settlement
Father accuses judge of bias
Terri Schiavo's father wants the judge removed from the case.
WUSF moves into modern studio
The new $9.1-million facility gives WUSF-Ch. 16 a better chance to produce programs that can be distributed nationally.
South Pinellas headlines
Hearing set on making docks safer for sea cow
North Pinellas headlines
Tarpon tells Web business to close
Clearwater can construct bridge, high court rules
Supporters question principal's ouster
Woman can keep house, judge says
Mallard's distress attracts rescuers
Step up, Ms. or Mr. Seminole
Captain, police part ways
North Pinellas briefs
Drought concerns drain popular Largo fountain
County to buy 35 acres for park
Flyover will let trail users exercise caution at crossing
WIBC tourney makes a rare stop in Florida
Family seafood store swimming in success
Local costs for beach renourishment may rise
Feats of clay
Poets share their living art
No charges filed against students heard on scanner
Car-booters face city clampdown
Tampa detective defeats incumbent to lead PBA
Woman dies week after ATV accident
Jurors again recommend death penalty
JUCO transfer closes door in Spartan wins
USF sets plant festival for weekend
News of Florida
Dispute divides girl's remains
Bills tie scholarships, tax breaks
Ryces join push for school safety
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