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May 24, 2000

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World & Nation
  • From talks to vote, trade official guides China deal
  • Israelis leave Lebanon in a hurry
  • Tampa Bay

  • Politics powerful pedigree in quest for UF's top dog
  • State sues Pinellas man over lead contamination
  • Plane crash leaves 2 hurt
  • Opponent of church acquitted of battery
  • Father kills baby, then himself, officials say
  • Shooting was left to deputy's best judgment
  • Bid to punish Aisenbergs' counsel denied
  • State

  • Bias cases back up; agency chief out
  • Fire threat triggers readiness
  • Business

  • Theater chains shelve small sites
  • Economic leader to resign state post
  • In Tampa, little change expected
  • US Airways investors get some vindication
  • United snapping up US Airways
  • Z-Tel leads stock drop by area companies
  • South Pinellas

  • DOT: Bridge safety gates not to blame in accident
  • Developer plans 274 downtown apartments
  • Town offers lower taxes as its lure
  • Wal-Mart wants link to mobile home parks
  • Kudos for mall's wheelchair access
  • Fumes sicken at least 50 students
  • Two generations stay in tune with TV shop
  • School Board holds off on revised charter plan
  • Canker rears head again in Manatee
  • Spectacular sailing specimen to visit
  • Eckerd graduates 235 'experienced learners'
  • Variety market to fill void at plaza
  • Principal's departure marks era of change
  • Plastics booster honored at convention
  • Parking solution is sought
  • Belleair pro Ziats on a roll with two wins in two weeks
  • SPTC team wins state Super Seniors title
  • Youth, 11, eyes world title
  • North Pinellas

  • Rare leatherback turtle dies in tank
  • Sheriff's budget request features hefty pay raises
  • Neighbors petition for rules that count
  • New church bell ends a long silence
  • Commissioners decide on city attorney
  • Kmart cashier charged with retail theft
  • County may preserve popular private beach
  • U.S. Home plan irks neighbors
  • Transit plan arrives loaded with questions
  • Kin's talents converge in studio
  • Plea deal reduces molesting charges
  • Fire damages Stamas Yacht
  • Mildred Palmer, 88, nursery founder
  • Pasco County

  • Pickup flips over, killing 1, injuring 4
  • Commissioner calls for firing of city manager
  • 'System works,' says winner of insurance case
  • Developers propose 1,300 new homes
  • Commission bans weekend watering
  • Developer planning 1,599-home project
  • Student praised for exemplary act
  • Code violations soon to become a court matter
  • Port Richey changes watering days
  • Gas pipeline posturing should not go too far
  • Cimorelli leads all-conference spring choices
  • Cobras keep working out
  • Cimorelli leads all-conference spring choices
  • Zephyrhills looks to rebuild
  • Council approves new golf course manager
  • Man dies after hitting parked car
  • Robber takes cash from Lane Glo Bowling Alley
  • Hernando County

  • Shopper cuts holdup short
  • Authorities seek clues to identify human skull
  • Republican lawyer enters House District 44 race
  • Fire chief finds figures don't jibe
  • County, fire district debating tax cut idea
  • Planet Bubba not county's only source of noise pollution
  • Hartley in running as state's best in softball
  • Eagles coach livid over losing job
  • Commission news
  • Sports
  • Move to NL still on hold
  • LaMar: Canseco is staying put, for now
  • Alvarez says he's done
  • Rekar relieves Rays' turmoil
  • Pacers' offense potent
  • Captain's corner
  • Lowe's is B. Labonte's kind of track
  • Without a road game, Ralston's week 'weird'
  • Crawford's choice is Rays' gain
  • After coach gets angry, baseball team makes noise
  • Softball team sees better days ahead
  • Cardieri wonders what might have been
  • Dulick may be out for season
  • Recruiting allegations surface at Armwood
  • Bad back? No problem
  • Mustangs promote assistant to head job
  • Entertainment

  • Better late than never
  • Opinion

  • Peru's leader affronts democracy
  • Veto mine bill
  • In the end, one can bring humor to life
  • Codes should require safer building methods
  • Floridian

  • Maestro of the movies
  • Parents, too, can learn from mistakes
  • Hillsborough

  • Academic coaches boost player
  • Choice of schools may be broad
  • Fake bomb triggers evacuation
  • Bogus bomb triggers evacuation of homes
  • Duo dealt another loss in Lutz rezoning case
  • Man convicted again in 1995 murder plot
  • Citrus County

  • Sentence is 12 years in fatal DUI accident
  • DUI fatality puts man in prison
  • Accuracy of EDC promotion questioned
  • High school seniors dig into early treasures
  • Decisions on WTI are being based on business deals
  • Dog's escape prompts new policies, reprimands
  • Triathlon to become a series of 3 events
  • Auf Wiedersehen
  • Crystal River ready to use access issue in Pete's Pier talks
  • Bomb threat evacuates school
  • Action

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