April 28, 2000
Tampa Bay: April 28, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Fires set at 3 occupied dwellings
Residents of Tampa Heights are unnerved by the fires, which were set as they slept. Other recent fires have been set in vacant buildings.
Bargain flows to South Tampa
The city's first reclaimed water lines will deliver "where most people ... irrigate the most," the mayor says.
Council bats around term limit idea
There is no consensus on whether to repeal term limits for the mayor and council members.
Boys accused in shootings rearrested
From the sidelines, Kalie Wells tried to will the answer into the minds of her teammates, the Gibsonton Elementary School Monopolists, seated just feet away at a hardwood table in a sumptuous conference room.
TAMPA -- Two Tampa teenagers charged in February with randomly shooting a .22-caliber rifle at passing motorists on U.S. 41 in Ruskin have been arrested again.
Counselor: Don't study too hard
If you don't give your brain rest and nourishment, it might fail you during your finals, a University of South Florida psychologist says.
Cars, education at center of show
If "all (your) friends drive low-riders," as the song goes, then you'll find all your friends at the Latin American Student Association's, Cars 2 Envy car show.
Tampa Bay headlines
Bayflite 3: a mystery, a sorrow
'Who wants it?' not only question in UF search
Groups stress CPR's importance
St. Petersburg to simplify utility payment process
Official cites intimidation at Jordan Park
Spirited Tyrone Middle School student dies suddenly
TV anchor sues media institute, authors; says book libeled him
Farkas: Mayor sought employee donations
House recipient, housing chief deny bribery
For city's heart, a new future unveiled
Agency kicks in for water project, park
Downtown ideas aired for Palm Harbor
Police vow to silence Easter bombs
Heated fundraising has cool result
Joint-use library accord reached
Civil War re-enactment at Fort De Soto Park
Forget history, forget Porky; the pig is not a fit mascot
Mola remains in the game, and now in a position to further it
Livin' large in Largo
Without more money, museum may be history
Man charged with robbery of drugstore
Tax breaks, but not for nuclear plants
Insurer sued over biased policies
Elian fallout: Mayor fires city manager
Building code could get tougher
One phone call prunes Tampa senator's job
State ready to slash interest on title loans
Fate of emissions test unclear
GOP puts lobbyists' loyalties to the test
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