|April 29, 2000
Woman who killed her husband goes free
A grand jury decides not to file first-degree murder charges after hearing about a history of domestic abuse.
Racy e-mails nab 26 workers
After "explicit" messages bounce back, Swiftmud cracks down on employees for sending personal e-mails.
Interim president drops in at Bayboro
The first visit to the St. Petersburg campus ends in less than an hour for the University of South Florida's interim leader.
Tampa makes case for FAMU law school
British couple sues over arrest in St. Pete Beach
The pair had faced child abuse charges, later dismissed, for leaving their young children alone in a hotel room.
When a new set of students got to audition for a play at Tyrone Middle, something special happened. Story
Apology heads off contempt hearing
A lawyer for Valessa Robinson is off the hook after telling a judge she's sorry for a remark she made during the trial.
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
Five babies, two twins and one happy family
A Pasco County couple who wanted a lot of children got their wish all at once with the birth of quintuplets.
Charter school questions are sticking point
Pinellas school officials say the charters' effect on racial ratios is unknowable, but the federal judge is demanding answers.