April 26, 2001
||A slugger's story
[Times photo: Thomas Goethe]
Enough relatives to field a few teams show up for the Tampa screening of 61*, an HBO movie about baseball great Roger Maris.
Father avoids teen sex trial
The man fathered a child with a teenage girl and later married her. Now he must serve a year of probation.
Scientology critics to get bricks
A group beautifying a Clearwater alley reverses course and will let donors memorialize a church member who died.
Parents can reclaim girl after 7 years
A North Carolina judge's decision brings happiness and shock as a child just starts to get to know her real mother.
Get ready for years of flight delays
Tampa's record is better than most, and new runways may ease the strain there and around the nation eventually.
A phone rings; suddenly, a man lies dead
After a fatal crash, officials say cell phones aren't the only dangerous distraction for drivers.
Tampa Bay briefs
Doctor pleads guilty to making false claims
Local woman's cause leads to shaken baby vigils
The grandmother of a baby who died after being shaken hopes to raise awareness.
Low-cost rides on Suncoast Parkway to end May 6
For nearly three months, drivers have been able to make most local trips on the Suncoast Parkway for free and drive from Hernando County to Hillsborough County for a buck.
South Pinellas headlines
Mall specialist turns eye toward Pier
Youth summit looks at race
Michael Freeman, 81, ex-consultant, dies
Skyway bridge needs 'urgent' repair
North Pinellas headlines
Doctor admits to fraud of insurer
DOT to reconsider Drew Street plans
North Pinellas briefs
Monotube is talk of town
Toddler found in pool is revived
Visitor, friends ambushed while leaving sports bar
RV park denizens face an uprooting
Helen Ellis lays off 12 during slowdown
Tarpon pulls back on higher water rates
Leader says park will stay a park
Magnate incarnate tells all at library
At crosswalk, familiar figure missed
School Board fails to protect wildlife
Pinellas Park's image is going down a tube
Burgassers log strong Boston Marathon runs
Airport officer shoots suspect in auto theft
Rewards of art rival dot-coms, poet says
'The Love Sponge' changes attorneys
Downtown's fate is council's call
Nurse's family won't sue
News of Florida
House bill may stand alone on school prayer
Graham warns against university overhaul
Arsenic risk baffles Florida officials
Around the state
Memories of Jamerson warm House chamber
Vouchers win a round, face another test
Bush plan on arsenic opposed
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