May 22, 2001
||Probation is price of her punch
[Times photo: Dirk Shadd]
A woman accused of slugging her daughter's cheerleading coach says she didn't do it, but she pleaded guilty to avoid going to trial.
Woman pleads guilty to abandoning cats
She left them in her old home. They slowly starved, eventually eating one another. She is sentenced to two years' probation.
Violence shelter director calls it quits
Mabel Bexley, 64, has been executive director of The Spring for 18 years. She'll step down Oct. 1.
Good news! Demand for water drops
Tampa Bay Water says the city is returning to self-reliant status and demand on its well fields was down for April.
Suddenly, stop sign case is over
Rather than go to trial for a second time, State Attorney Mark Ober drops manslaughter charges in the accident that killed three teens in 1996.
Tampa Bay briefs
Firefighter injured at fire outside Ybor City
South Pinellas headlines
Woman seeks to block records
North Pinellas headlines
Test lays out leaders' qualities
Voice, bad time line tipped off deputies
Tarpon Springs man gets plea deal in Ybor City fight
Hit-run victim's family seeks answers
Spa hits the spot, not the pocketbook
Beach leaders rally around YMCA idea
Golfer utilizes titanium for relief
Let's build a first-class public library
Outlaws get rowdy at Sunshine track
City pays dearly for Ybor land
2 New Tampa schools earn national honor
Deputy suspended for poor conduct
Boy's death inspires a new organization
News of Florida
Bakker sets up camp in Florida
Fire crews mop up as rains aim to tease
State moves up a rung in child welfare ranking
Domestic violence law stiffens penalties
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