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May 2, 2000

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World & Nation
  • On terror trial's eve, evidence is in doubt
  • Tampa Bay

  • Man faces life in friend's drug death
  • When bad things happen to 'good' neighborhoods
  • Associate of Lyons gets 2 years' probation
  • Pilot remembered for caring ways
  • Rural yard yields $2.5-million in alleged drug money
  • Freedom in hand, woman regains sons
  • State

  • Legislators back giving county money to TGH
  • Racism called widespread at state prison
  • For UF chief, it's 6 ... 4 ... 2 ... 0
  • Talks turn to fine points of budget
  • State extends deadline for private school voucher registration
  • Budget holds hope for bay area roads
  • Nelson launches bid for Senate
  • Lawmakers split on growth bill
  • Legislature 2000
  • Business

  • Wall Street stands behind Microsoft
  • The price of tougher standards
  • Business today
  • Tampa tourism group pleased with 1999 data
  • Nursing homes liability in question
  • Times circulation slips 4 percent from year ago
  • South Pinellas

  • Ship lumbers toward Tampa, then new life
  • Fran Sutcliffe, guardian of seniors' rights, dies
  • Accreditation hearing gives views on police
  • Slaughtered kittens left at Pinellas friary
  • C. Gray Egerton, major organizer of annual parade
  • North Pinellas

  • Largo may ease residency rule for police
  • Bombs rattle Tarpon Springs
  • Time capsule offers peek at good Old days
  • Video to argue case to close restaurant
  • Heirs scarce for county administrator job
  • In the sun
  • After delay, road project is on horizon
  • Support rolls in after story of stolen wheelchair
  • Two killings stump Clearwater police
  • Pasco County

  • Deputy unravels students' bottle tale
  • Pasco students prove victory is just a good idea
  • Police defer to prosecutors on death case
  • 'Township' ready to take shape
  • Fire destroys 4 mobile homes
  • Traffic has to wait 'til the cows come home
  • Band director extends thanks
  • Gator coach has one more year
  • LOL's foe 'pretty darn awesome'
  • Zephyrhills moves up in Baseball America poll
  • Plant provides Bulldogs their first test
  • Hernando County

  • Post office audit leads to clerk's dismissal
  • District 13 health board prepares for likely demise
  • Park's season ticket slip angers some
  • Water rules may drop pressure
  • Laws also protect feathered, furry creatures from abuse
  • Neal to start in region opener as Leopards save ace
  • First, Bears and Leopards must win
  • Sports
  • Stitches
  • Making a pitch for a new dish
  • MLS players are atypical pro athletes
  • Triathletes to chase 3 spots
  • South Florida lineman facing firearm charge
  • Inspired Ilie drawing attention in a few ways
  • Wetteland closes in on a milestone
  • Yes, they have a pitching plan
  • Terriers look to JV ranks for coach
  • Indians healthy, confident
  • Captain's Corner
  • Entertainment

  • Clear Channel agrees to pay $80,000 fine
  • Seize The Day
  • Opinion

  • More narrow loss is only consolation
  • Microsoft, divided by two
  • GOP is doing a poor job of taking care of our state
  • Floridian

  • A real cutup
  • A picture worth a thousand spoofs
  • Hillsborough

  • Legislators back giving county money to TGH
  • Deputies' sacrifice honored
  • Trial opens for man accused of fatally shooting girlfriend
  • Teens die after car flips during police chase
  • Citrus County

  • Water rules sow confusion
  • Past park manager Garner dies at 62
  • Housing repair money delayed
  • Telephone fraud: Swindlers are calling
  • Hurricanes young but full of pride
  • Pirates have reputation to uphold
  • Action

  • Phone charge is for optional service
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