May 4, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 4, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Arsonist strikes 3 more homes
Tampa fire officials believe the arsonist is the same person who set three similar fires nearby April 27.
Slashed woman given gift of time
Co-workers, some of whom she doesn't even know, donate sick-leave time to a woman recovering from a vicious attack.
Hospital lien law approved
Commissioners expect increased oversight of Tampa General's operations in return.
Prosecutors defend monitoring Aisenbergs
TAMPA -- Investigators followed the law in secretly recording the conversations of Steven and Marlene Aisenberg, and tapes of those conversations should not be thrown out as evidence, federal prosecutors argued in court papers filed Wednesday.
PTA fund missing $5,000 at school where need is high
TAMPA -- Police are investigating the disappearance of nearly $5,000 from the PTA fund at Broward Elementary School.
More watering limits a possibility
Officials in Tampa consider allowing homeowners to run their sprinklers only one day every other week.
Journey observes Kent State shootings
TAMPA -- Barbara Child is disappointed that the thousands of bright-yellow daffodils that blanket the hillside of Kent State University already have lost their blooms. The flowers were planted for the Americans who lost their lives in Vietnam.
Tampa Bay headlines
Art for art's sake -- not art for a buck
Interest surfaces as sign floats
Homeless missions' finances examined
Man, 20, guilty in heroin death
Sales tax fraud fugitive caught in Vancouver
Former boyfriend guilty of killing; life sentence is mandatory
Gooden helps replace league's gear
Aquarium to open exhibit of sea stars, crabs, shrimp
Police ask help catching gambler's killer
Wife, 92, dies of injuries in crash
Judge promises quick ruling on demolition
Thefts can't stop the show at theater
Two candidates join race for commission
Scary contraption not explosive
Work environment of bailiffs investigated
Largo aims to keep workers in fold
Water wait could end soon
Inquiry: Workers abused office
The final Jeopardy answer is: politics
Backers insisting library is no turkey
Charter review board makes its suggestions
Keswick school will hold rally
These players are on Top of World
Plan crimps far-flung challenges
Bill lets bikers doff their helmets
Senate cuts colleague some slack
Coastal home rules closer to reality
Panel to look at electricity needs
Lawmakers relent on regents cuts after governor objects
House votes for 'partial-birth' abortion ban
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