May 9, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 9, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Gun offense means end of J.J.'s breaks
Walter "J.J." Revear, whose legal woes go back to fifth grade, deserves prison instead of more mercy, a judge decides.
Tampa considering behemoth proposal
A geologist wants to build a huge, $75-million dinosaur-themed museum near the Florida Aquarium in Tampa.
Cab companies fight proposed luxury taxis
TAMPA -- The two companies that control most of the taxis in Hillsborough County are fighting a proposal by another company to start an enhanced cab service.
When injunction fails, bullet stops man's attack
A husband is wounded by police, who say they found him knifing his wife and daughter.
Boy accidentally shot in leg
TEMPLE TERRACE -- A man cleaning his .38-caliber handgun Sunday night accidentally shot his 12-year-old son in the leg, officials said.
Speeding driver charged with attempted murder
THONOTOSASSA -- By motioning at a speeding driver with her flashlight Monday afternoon, Hillsborough County Deputy Michele Vetterick meant to convey "slow down."
Tampa Bay headlines
Hillsborough sprinklers hit record on Sunday
Days before storm, they'll say: Go now or stay
Arson fears hang over other streets
Charter school limits proposed
Alligator killer now must wrestle law
'A history of liking violence' punished
Given bail, man leaves to become a citizen
Clearwater library plan offers little room for improvements
Tarpon Springs offers manatees more protection
District's future in hands of voters
YMCA searching for a new director
Workers unearth puzzling track at library
Explorer inquiry draws mixed response
Boy hospitalized after falling in pool
It's time to begin redeveloping downtown Clearwater
Dunedin Senior Center getting new wing
Drive to kill affirmative action ends
Senate restores 'Doc' to Myers
Candidates announce their run for Senate
Colleges score wealth of state funds
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