April 27, 2000
Tampa Bay: April 27, 2000
North Pinellas County news
Vision for city is ready to view
Town meetings about downtown redevelopment plans are scheduled for the next three days. The public makes the final decision in a July vote.
Investigation of police continues
LARGO -- An investigation into allegations that some Largo officers had improper sexual relations with police Explorers will not be completed until next week, police said.
Wandering inmate is recaptured
A man who walked away from a road crew Tuesday is found across the state and arrested.
Contractor for addition to jail sues
The company says it is owed more than $4-million. The county says that is too much.
Is he millionaire? Even his wife doesn't know
A Safety Harbor man's family will find out tonight by tuning in to Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Claim of excessive use of force is upheld
Largo's police chief decides that an investigation shows an officer acted improperly in handcuffing a boy. The officer will be disciplined later.
Complaining residents need to top saying 'give me'
Re: Residents criticize housing chief's pay, story, April 24.
Deputy speaks out on transfer request
He says he enjoys working in Seminole, but he asked to leave because of problems in the sheriff's community policing unit.
Ex-officer's suit claims chief filed false reports
The former Tarpon Springs officer's suit says statements on his separation from the department have hampered his bid to find work.
Inmate sues employees of Sheriff's Office, Times
CLEARWATER -- An inmate from Pinellas County is suing employees at the St. Petersburg Times and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office over a 1998 newspaper article detailing the Seminole man's charges of insurance fraud.
Ferreira manages a superb finish in Boston Marathon
A marathon can be approached like a management project.
Y official sees Palm Harbor working out
A master plan for the proposed facility is unveiled and officials are preparing for a $5-million fundraising campaign.
Tampa Bay headlines
Families shattered, memories intact
Census troops ready to call
The last minutes of Bayflite 3
Second vote kills Pinellas university
Pilot picked flight path
Magistrate against stack of motions in Aisenberg case
Loss of crew reverberates across the bay
South Pinellas headlines
Charter panel asks public to chime in
TGH bill has officials fuming
Lawyer gets his verdict, his cash
Ceremony provides different look at war
Tampa man accused of kidnapping Texas waitress
Motorcyclist dies in collision with truck
Second jury convicts man in murder case
Squabble threatens bill to restrict sex shops
Tampa won't relax water rules
Neighbor pulls man from burning home
Ruskin woman dies in two-car accident
Tampa man kidnapped ex-girlfriend, FBI says
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