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South Pinellas | North Pinellas | Hillsborough
May 26, 2000

Top stories
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Fit to breathe?
Poor air quality fuels an American Lung Association drive to retain auto emissions testing.

Howard Troxler
The one that got away from the red tape
From the dim past right up until this very morning, human beings have plucked fish from the waters of the earth, cleaned them, cooked them and eaten them. (Certain animal rights groups say that this practice is inhumane to the fish. Let us save that debate for another day.)

No trial date is set in hotel rampage case
TAMPA -- Winnie Stephens pushed out of a crowded Hillsborough County courtroom Thursday, the anger and frustration plain on her face.

Cuban business ties lead to new federal charges
A former Clearwater businessman's interests figure into bankruptcy fraud and perjury charges.

Drought threatens some July 4 fireworks
The possibility of fire prompts Pinellas and state officials to consider canceling traditional events.

Bay area briefs


South Pinellas headlines
  • Reclaimed water won't be rationed
  • Final report sears Housing Authority
  • Gun trafficking suspect taken into custody after standoff
  • Car theft, holdup lead to chase
  • Police recruit blossoms into St. Petersburg's top officer

  • North Pinellas headlines
  • Best beaches list bypasses city
  • Business leaders on a mission to Mexico
  • Tip, bank photo lead to robbery suspect
  • Stauffer buildup precedes cleanup
  • Church realizes vision of chapel
  • Seminole Middle earns national award
  • Early morning peace often torn asunder by unleashed dogs
  • Inattentive parents make curfew necessary
  • Inmate hospitalized after fall at loading dock
  • U.S. amateurs top foreigners in 8 of 11 challenge matches
  • Norma Egstrom blossomed into Peggy Lee
  • Ode to Peggy Lee

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • 2 parks may offer dog areas
  • Term limits back on Tampa ballot
  • Suspect in staffing agency swindle to plead to mail fraud
  • 2 teens stabbed; one dead

  • News of Florida
  • State casts aside proposed fish cleaning rule
  • New pools now must have safety device
  • Voucher FCATs to stay private
  • Care center death may be from ants
  • Bill restricts Olympics' financial loss
  • Governor signs ban on 'partial birth' abortions
  • State agency says no to cement plant challenge
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