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May 24, 2001
Tampa Bay: May 24, 2001
Hillsborough County news
Illness, death no match for dream
Throughout his 22-year marriage, and over the course of raising two daughters and working full time as a Tampa firefighter and paramedic, Jack Barker chipped away at a bachelor's degree in business.
Phony tickets lead to officer's arrest, charges
Police say he issued 11 bogus traffic tickets to two women he knew, but officials don't know why.
Work on garage cuts Ybor parking
The city of Tampa hopes a 1,200-space garage will eventually solve Ybor visitors' parking woes.
Stop-sign group challenges sentence
TAMPA -- Now that the most serious charges have been dropped, defendants in the stop-sign case plan to ask a circuit judge to reduce the sentence imposed on the single remaining charge against them.
A woman of God, a champion of children
TAMPA -- Sister Claire LeBoeuf grew up in a loving family.
Tampa Bay headlines
Two Tampa men charged in multimillion-dollar fraud
Smoke floats in from fiery origin
United Way merger nearer
Dealerships brace for Ford tire recall
Ex-girlfriend was murder suspect's target
A day of waiting, worrying
Luck, jackpot grows in second lotto win
Scientology is a key player in marijuana case
Tampa Bay briefs
Despite risk, area pastors say duty is to help troubled
Pastors clash over rights
Veterans hope 'Pearl Harbor' brings new focus to attack
Blaze consumes hotel on beach
Dunedin woman chooses alternative to angioplasty
Teacher in video chooses to retire
Man in hospital after his leg is shot
Officials prepare for the big one
School to lose caring heart
Electronic balloting wins votes
Punishment for students should fit the offense
Pinellas wins battle of rival counties
Laura Lou Kunnen, 68, '50s tennis icon
News of Florida
Coalition: Ban treated wood
Big fish get a giant name
With diplomat in governor's race, lawyer bows out
Bill on cemetery sizes upsets funeral groups
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