May 11, 2000
Tampa Bay: May 11, 2000
Hillsborough County news
|[Times photo: Skip O'Rourke]
Boats and docks are left high and dry n the eastern shore of Lake Magdalene in northern Hillsborough County.
New water rules for the weary
Residents in unincorporated Hillsborough get new restrictions, including no watering on weekends.
Judge dismisses suit from police shooting
TAMPA -- A federal judge has dismissed the wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the survivors of TyRon Lewis, the man whose 1996 fatal shooting by a police officer sparked violent disturbances in St. Petersburg.
Platt, Chillura go head to head
TAMPA -- Jan Platt and Joe Chillura, who as Democrats served together on the Tampa City Council and Hillsborough County Commission, are now officially political opponents.
TGH, ex-spokeswoman settle suit
Terms of the settlement between the hospital and the former employee are not disclosed.
Developer vows work on housing will go on
The Tampa Housing Authority lost its bid for up to $25-million in state aid, but the developer says that doesn't matter.
Mobile home fire injures resident
VALRICO -- A single-wide mobile home that was home to six people caught fire Wednesday night, leaving a 19-year-old woman injured and five others without a home.
Tampa riverfront park plan hits snag on price of land
"The owner wants a ton more money than we have" for the Sulphur Springs tower site, says Mayor Dick Greco.
Mobile home fire injures woman, routs five others
VALRICO -- A mobile home fire Wednesday night left a 19-year-old woman injured and five others without a home.
Tampa Bay headlines
A record-setting dry run
The true story of how Buck got his bath
Man arrested in road rampage
Task force hears ideas for U.S. 19
Woman's luck with leniency runs out
Woman's parents, husband agree to keep her in hospice
Hans Juergensen, retired USF professor, dies at 80
TGH, ex-spokeswoman settle lawsuit
Mediator seeks a word with School Board members
'Heaven just won another angel,' pastor says
Expert advises on charter changes
Woman killed in crash on Roosevelt identified
Official's move will open seat on board
Physicians' group drops its contract with Humana
Land fight may delay U.S. 19 overpass
Ban may be turn for better on trail
Tarpon tries to calm tree-lovers
Panel pushing plan to partition a parcel in park for pooches
Palm Harbor pitching for repeat
Father, daughter charged in scam
In sign meeting, officials find olor of consensus
Proposal for seaport village sells out Dunedin
Private eye agency is named in fraud suit
Deuprees become the 'first family' at Fun 'n Sun Run
High-profile inmate is moved again
In need of pollution solutions
Bill ensuring no Olympic loss goes to governor
Bush's counsel Licko to go back to private practice
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