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May 16, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Both rivals wield Social Security as weapon
  • Tampa Bay

  • Expert declares Aisenberg evidence inaudible
  • Drought demands new tactics
  • Worries preceded child sex arrest
  • State

  • Auto shops fear losses if emissions testing ends
  • Women file suit over controversial diet drug
  • Emissions
  • Business

  • 10-year Treasury note new standard
  • AGRA Baymont, Geonex will merge mapmaking
  • HSN Internet makeover includes infomercials
  • Colleagues in business, if not profit, to meet
  • Law grads add up cost of higher pay
  • South Pinellas

  • Boater dies after head hits bridge
  • New tool keeps track of parking
  • North Pinellas

  • Swimming toward Paralympics
  • Museum garners city help
  • Officials to ponder referendum plans
  • Firefighters practice swinging ax
  • Drowning victim had a love for life
  • Putting up signs may be a welcome idea in Oldsmar
  • County may ban public drinking
  • Officials to discuss Explorers situation
  • Tuition to inch up for SPJC students
  • Largo official wants elections post
  • Theaters would project life into downtown Clearwater
  • Largo woman found dead in bathtub
  • Pasco County

  • Engineer: Shelter study off base
  • Bulldogs recall living, winning as a team
  • County is attracted to water park proposal
  • Suit over fire stirs sharp disagreement
  • Many work to save stray cats
  • Pasco GOP's squabbles leave it leaderless
  • Body found in Veterans Village home
  • Zephyrhills officer's restraint commended in BB gun incident
  • Plea deal accepted in fatal robbery
  • Senior still produces; but just a little quieter
  • Catcher does it all for Crusaders
  • Backstreet Bulldog emerges
  • Republican Club may delay school's opening
  • Prosecutor drops charges in man's doorstep death
  • Hernando County

  • District may orchestrate increase in fees for band
  • Two killed in 1-car wreck
  • New home offers independence
  • New restrictions cut down on water use
  • No pay gap, research shows
  • A year's study needed before buying laptops
  • Saint Leo gets invited to NCAA baseball tournament
  • The situation is offensive for Leopards
  • Sports
  • Devil Rays tease and tumble again
  • Knight deserves to stay
  • Day of grief for racing community
  • McCracken fits into double role
  • Track coach leaves USF for 'Noles
  • Tampa Bay re-signs Robinson
  • Six continue on qualifying road to Pebble Beach
  • Captain's Corner
  • Diallo's goal-scoring earns him MLS award
  • Around the horn
  • Conquerors barely escape
  • Apaches start out slow but cruise to easy win
  • Bucs help Westminster to lead and win
  • Saints make Brito work for win
  • Entertainment

  • The good news about the news
  • Donors tighten purses over bawdy musical
  • Seize The Day
  • NBC banks on youth for fall lineup
  • Opinion

  • Democracy in elections draws a blank
  • OSHA's new regulations go too far
  • Advantages of trade
  • Don't allow power companies to add surcharge
  • Floridian

  • Nest Friends
  • 'The one I always come to'
  • Back off, AARP! I've got 39.208 years left
  • Hillsborough

  • Arson ruins house fixed for parent
  • Shot 10 times, restaurateur survives 9 hours of surgery
  • Court held state attorney hopeful in contempt
  • New weekend ban holds water
  • Pedestrian dies in hit-and-run accident in Tampa
  • Citrus County

  • Ex-judge battles to hoist flag high
  • Thorpe quits commission race
  • Students of WTI protest change in leadership
  • Home Depot to build near Wal-Mart site
  • City By The Sea sticks up for the sized challenged
  • 7-year-old shines in her first triathlon
  • Action

  • Company has no obligation in feud
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