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May 3, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Activists to fight sugar bailout
  • Elian hearings? Never mind, GOP is saying
  • Nuclear waste storage bill sits
  • Tampa Bay

  • Web site lampoons Skyway jumpers
  • Willy-nilly Legislature sells wares in a fire sale
  • Hillsborough panel gives go-ahead for Gandy loop
  • Little League arsonist sentenced
  • Aisenberg failed polygraph, records say
  • Rare drug murder case goes to jury
  • Nurse laid to rest with help from her friends
  • Police officer's suit against chief denied
  • U.S. Attorney's Office hires spokesman for Tampa police
  • State

  • House, Senate make $51-billion budget deal
  • Education overhaul
  • Wiggy remarks
  • Vouchers proposed for disabled students
  • Butterworth: I won't defend bill
  • Late at night, deal was sealed
  • Business

  • Jabil to expand local operation
  • NationsBank name soon to be a memory
  • South Pinellas

  • Projects come with veto shields
  • Steady for years, city rates head up
  • Partners at odds over liability in Mirabella lawsuit
  • Swiftmud sues gun club; claims lead contamination
  • PSTA seeks property to build bus station
  • Bethel clears its land for church
  • Map's lines show how town may expand
  • Stop signs won't solve this problem
  • Judge removes police chief from lawsuit
  • Developer has big plans for Detroit Hotel complex
  • Pasta Bella closes to the public but still caters
  • Chicago Deli closes over lease dispute
  • Family fest promises food, fun, screenings
  • Thou shalt not -- yet someone did
  • Class A Rays night is for littler leagues
  • Gifted Math Meet lures 272 calculating students
  • Pinellas Park plays role in fight against cancer
  • Flood solution sought on Kenneth City road
  • Trio of Dali fetes offer fabulous food, company
  • Risk-taker avoids her fear: being normal
  • The pain -- and city gains -- of a triathlon
  • Bumpers bang but no fists fly as Crisp wins
  • North Pinellas

  • Inquiry focuses on woman's last hours
  • Fire chief revises budget again
  • Civic activist leaves a gap
  • So far, budget has projects for Pinellas
  • Officials want to add pizazz at downtown site
  • Library gets new director
  • Expert: Median needed for safety
  • Ice cream fans invited to a second Scoop
  • Local skater, medalist to appear on program
  • Area triathletes share in awards at St. Anthony's
  • Pasco County

  • Most of Port Richey urged to boil water
  • As state says no, Pasco says go on impact fees
  • Tougher code may not draw students' cheers
  • Gillum enters race defending himself
  • Park, dredging money included in state budget
  • Landowner never approved development
  • State budget has $8.7-million included for Pasco projects
  • Camper fire destroys man's home
  • Legislature says one thing, does quite another
  • Nealon latest to attend Newberry
  • Hoops quartet from Gulf takes title
  • QB void Gators' priority
  • Job awaits Zuckerman
  • 1 man dies, another injured crossing U.S. 19
  • Owners try to duck rules by shrinking mall
  • Steeplechase sends $13,500 to museum
  • Police, fire present budget wish lists
  • Hernando County

  • Hopes are high for grant to aid downtown
  • Local projects still in budget
  • Parks to have parking permits
  • One term is enough for School Board's Milby
  • A moratorium on new building would save lots of water, too
  • Deputy injured in single-car wreck responding to call
  • USF women, Lagedrost off to East Regional
  • Springstead loses prospective coaches
  • Mahr, Hearl vie for all-time high average for county
  • Spring football is treated at Central as new beginning
  • Tower ordinance rewrite in the works
  • Sports
  • Rays muster up little resistance
  • Female trainer goes for another first
  • Fuel sparks stiff sanctions
  • Devil Rays running into a big mound of problems
  • Marcum pulls Busby for Kaleo
  • Rest prescribed to help Canseco
  • Tonight: Rangers at Rays
  • Hamilton exceeding all hopes
  • Dislocated finger benches Boyd as crucial series approaches
  • Williams lifts spirits with his Penn Relays win
  • McDougall getting back into swing
  • Tight schedule wears out team
  • Spartan relay shooting high
  • Plant meets match in Gators starter
  • Chamberlain routs Land O'Lakes
  • Gators no match for Chiefs 11-0
  • Change of face gets Hernando to semis
  • Palm Harbor U. blanks North Marion
  • Hernando rallies past Citrus 10-8
  • Cimorelli leads Bulldogs to win
  • Geisler slam carries Land O'Lakes to semis
  • Keswick squeaks past Fort Myers
  • Tech overcomes short-handed Northeast
  • Armwood's Pete takes pop out of Dunedin
  • Captain's Corner
  • Entertainment

  • Tampa Bay opera group scores a premiere
  • Seize The Day
  • Church segment blurs line between ad, news
  • Opinion

  • Insurance bias has more sinister side
  • Unsafe skies, a year later
  • Scaring them away
  • An advocate who set an example
  • Pollution is reason to reject power plants
  • Floridian

  • Stop me before I Edna again
  • Cooking up some comedy
  • Give your kids a boost in final weeks of school
  • Hillsborough

  • Estranged husband slices wife's face, deputies say
  • Burglar empties baseball building
  • Hillsborough panel gives go-ahead for Gandy loop
  • Little League arsonist sentenced
  • Aisenberg details released
  • Schools settle lawsuit filed by parents of handicapped boy
  • Budget plan holds millions for Hillsborough
  • Rancher says he wants no part of development
  • E-mail mentors log time with children
  • Citrus County

  • County eases into new water regulation
  • Defendant: Driver was in wrong lane
  • Nature lover, civic leader Bill Welch dies
  • Money still in budget for water projects
  • County refuses to create new jobs
  • Park along barge canal deserves local support
  • U.S. must help heal the scars of survivors
  • Why spring football? Because the coaches want it and like it
  • 3 drivers strike out on bonuses
  • Beverly Hills Surveillance Unit seeks volunteers
  • Action

  • Patient is dunned in billing mix-up
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