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April 27, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Release of Columbine tape horrifies families
  • Gunmakers sue to block proposed state, local gun code
  • Accolades for Elian photographer roll in, but money doesn't
  • Publisher's role surprises paper
  • Tampa Bay

  • 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
  • State

  • Pension surplus splits legislators
  • Legal concerns can't stop passion for abortion ban
  • 'Telehealth' license bill wins first approval
  • Proposal shifts taxing duty away from catalog printer
  • Amendment could eliminate wildlife refuge
  • Bill could thwart billboard removal
  • Panel set to discuss restarting UF search
  • Business

  • Marriott showcases Tampa hotel
  • Investors hesitant about Kforce
  • Publix plans online grocery
  • South Pinellas

  • Charter panel asks public to chime in
  • North Pinellas

  • Boy's recovery stuns family, doctors
  • Vision for city is ready to view
  • Investigation of police continues
  • Wandering inmate is recaptured
  • Contractor for addition to jail sues
  • Is he millionaire? Even his wife doesn't know
  • Claim of excessive use of force is upheld
  • Complaining residents need to top saying 'give me'
  • Deputy speaks out on transfer request
  • Ex-officer's suit claims chief filed false reports
  • Inmate sues employees of Sheriff's Office, Times
  • Ferreira manages a superb finish in Boston Marathon
  • Y official sees Palm Harbor working out
  • Pasco County

  • County downplays risks of foul sprinkler water
  • Concert organizers envision fun, profit
  • Civic leader bidding farewell
  • Bar foe undeterred by bullet on car
  • County scores high on survey of businesses
  • Council settles tiff over meetings
  • Man is shot through both arms
  • Deadline requires fast action on overdue school impact fee
  • Litter reducing luster of Little Road project
  • Man hurt in fight between neighbors
  • Port Richey tackles trash, code woes
  • Ries leads Pasco contingent in state wheelchair tourney
  • A wrong turn leads to a teen finding her perfect coach
  • Player's vacation could cost Bulldogs sanctions
  • PHCC's Collins signs with Cubs
  • Extra game in Dunedin tourney is likely to cost Pasco baseball
  • A scholar and an athlete
  • Catch him if you can
  • Woman, 25, dies in Pasco crash
  • Hernando County

  • Police say man tried to hit motel employees
  • County sets deadline for junk removal
  • Hernando wants waiver on water rules
  • Travel agency group settles antitrust case
  • Spring Hill group gets questions, not funds
  • Girls softball: Advantage. . . Leopards
  • Hernando faces state sanctions for too many baseball games
  • Track: It's go to state or just go home
  • Panama trip gives students lasting memories
  • Students take war exhibit to state contest
  • Quick thinking saves student from choking
  • Rescue workers mourn Bayflite crew
  • Three taken to jail after alleged theft
  • Sports
  • Underage golfer
  • Has time finally come for Pierce dominance?
  • Rivers named top coach
  • Local TV eliminating some sports reports
  • Rays walk off losers
  • Family placed before cause
  • Captain's corner
  • Dallas' season journey: seeing stars, being Stars
  • NHL Capsules
  • Brazilians eager forhome fans
  • Host Mutiny cruises again
  • Olympics creating a tumult
  • Who's Hot... Who's Not
  • DiSarcina back to anchor infield
  • DiSarcina back to anchor infield
  • Coach skips protest for his family's sake
  • Alvarez injury not too serious
  • Hernando avoids major upset; Central wins
  • Lecanto takes another loss in final inning
  • Plant, Brandon to tangle again
  • Warhawks escape on Hunsinger's single
  • Reliever lifts Panthers to comeback victory
  • Pitching powers Warhawks, Green Devils
  • District track and field glance
  • Local entries fall in tourney final
  • Saddlebrook boys earn second place
  • This time, Arasu goes all the way
  • Innisbrook pro is ready to play
  • Entertainment

  • Toppled tower keeps Spanish station silent
  • WTSP anchor Reginald Roundtree signs new deal
  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • A selfless sacrifice
  • Payback politics
  • U.S. heightens arms tensions
  • These tax breaks still shouldn't fly
  • Elian's Miami relatives forced Reno's hand
  • Floridian

  • Hot stuff
  • Now it's the grown-ups' turn
  • The Floridian's Cuban sandwiches are divine
  • Food file
  • Hillsborough

  • 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
  • Citrus County

  • Workshop will focus on rise in impact fee
  • Pending tax bills could cost county millions
  • Study shows drugs for animals cost less
  • Bail reduced to $50,000 in triple-fatal DUI case
  • Ex-homecoming queen returns to Lecanto
  • Citrus threesome has speed and can lead
  • Hernandez to get her wish: a leg in 4x400
  • Man to serve three months on fraud charge
  • Two students win poetry contest
  • Teaching method focuses on independence
  • Action

  • Be wary of multilevel marketing
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