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May 4, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Division among Serbs affects hospital use
  • Cardinal O'Connor dies at 80
  • Tampa Bay

  • 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
  • State

  • 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
  • Legislative briefs
  • Business

  • Big container cargo facility set for port
  • South Pinellas

  • Police ask help catching gambler's killer
  • Wife, 92, dies of injuries in crash
  • Judge promises quick ruling on demolition
  • North Pinellas

  • 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
  • Pasco County

  • Mulieri lays out paving plan again
  • Drought is a bird-watcher's pal
  • New Port Richey hears utility eminent domain cost
  • Crash on U.S. 19 kills Zephyrhills woman
  • Port Richey man charged in attempted bird theft
  • Hollingsworth could be salve for Pasco GOP
  • More charges for man accused in rampage
  • Final order signed in malpractice suit
  • Bail is lowered in slashing case
  • Officials try to trace missing water
  • Local link
  • Hudson about to rejoin pals as national amputee champ
  • Quistas have another shot
  • Gator hurdler preaches patience
  • Experienced coaches accept jobs at Mitchell
  • Ridgewood eyes first regional title
  • Bulldog star doubtful for regional semifinal
  • Hernando County

  • Taking steps to aid ill children
  • County set to appeal sign ruling
  • 4 charged in burglary of Spring Hill home
  • School Board choice a reversal of 1996
  • Hernando hopes to double lifeguard force
  • Judge the wars, not the warriors
  • Outfield throw to first lifted Leopards
  • Westbrook gives Leopards, Dunn a chance to win
  • Eagles could make a run at regional title
  • A showcase of culture
  • Classroom peacemaker
  • Man charged with robbing Greyhound station
  • Sports
  • Don't judge Beathard by Ryan Leaf debacle
  • Rays redefine homesick
  • Captain's corner
  • Triple A is possible if Rupe stays flat
  • Media 'circus' affecting Kentucky Derby training
  • Storm looks for answers
  • Fuel additives easily available, professor says
  • Outside cheats worry NASCAR chief
  • MidniteRider 1st to finish in regatta
  • State track title chase a family affair
  • Chiefs freshman stars with all-around game
  • Surprising PHU carries the banner for Pinellas
  • Benton hopes to beat traffic, then record
  • Softball powerhouses set to butt heads
  • Tour players to putt for dough to benefit stroke awareness
  • A world of difference
  • Entertainment

  • Curtain to rise on award-winning 'God's Daughter'
  • Seize the day
  • Pure jazz pours from sum of many solos
  • Opinion

  • In the Senate's hands
  • We need to train more teachers, not more lawyers
  • Floridian [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    Hillsborough

  • Arsonist strikes 3 more homes
  • Slashed woman given gift of time
  • Hospital lien law approved
  • Prosecutors defend monitoring Aisenbergs
  • PTA fund missing $5,000 at school where need is high
  • More watering limits a possibility
  • Journey observes Kent State shootings
  • Citrus County

  • Man, 22, convicted in fatal car wreck
  • Proposal would put WTI leaders in limbo
  • Longtime principal prepares to assume districtwide role
  • Improved parking at top of Inverness wish list
  • Swiftmud decision a permit for folly
  • Outfield throw to first for out took momentum from Pirates
  • A no-tap, pizza day at Manatee Lanes
  • Flood of fun
  • Action

  • Vinyl to replace mismatched carpet
  • Click for Obituaries

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