June 3, 2000
Counties taking action to halt fireworks sales
Hillsborough enacts a ban Friday. Other counties are considering them. Some say bans may be an overreaction.
Police say wife, son killed man in '94
Investigators say a man's family members buried him in their back yard.
Rope on door, tape kept 2 kids indoors
TAMPA -- Like most 4-year-olds, Carmen Chavez has a knack for putting her hands where they don't belong. She likes to play in the cupboard, adjust the knobs on the stove and open the front door of the apartment.
Democrats' new leader in Pinellas makes quick exit
Not even a crisis resolution counselor could keep Pinellas Democrats together.
Surgeon sues lawyers in libel case
NEW PORT RICHEY -- In 1997, a judge dismissed Dr. Alfred O. Bonati's $100-million libel lawsuit against the St. Petersburg Times because the physician's lawyers failed to file court papers for more than a year.
Bay area briefs
Man suspected in robbery of bank, Eckerd drug store
South Pinellas headlines
St. Petersburg mayor renews Challenge goals
Keswick grads told to cherish truth
Vanished woman mystifies detectives
Ruth musical stays true to original
North Pinellas headlines
Police chief released from hospital
Pleas for tie-downs swamp program
$7-million airport expansion unveiled
Museum proponents widen funding search
Project dredges up a muddy mess
Lodge rallies to help sick 10-year-old
Lake project's other result: dry lawns
New spring training law has Clearwater, Dunedin rejoicing
Police: Father gave son lessons on burglary
Going out with kids de rigueur these days
Judge censured for contempt ruling
Percussionist Ramon Lopez dies
School janitor accused of targeting boys
Store owner's torment leads to shooting of teen
News of Florida
After years of service, St. Peter is returning
Board wants surgeon to relinquish license
Bush okays stricter smoking law
Parents who give up infants get immunity
Voucher program to include disabled kids
Groups say bill sticks state with environmental cleanup
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