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June 7, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Smoker with cancer is awarded $3-billion
  • Interior's Norton backs moratorium on drilling
  • Senate sees new leaders, old problems

  • Susan Taylor Martin
  • Labor on verge of landslide (yawn) -- but why?


  • Tampa Bay
  • Patient disputes surgeon's story
  • Clothes make the inmate
  • 380 rush to sign up for schools
  • Officials to discuss desal settlement
  • Gym will carry name of man slain by police
  • Mother's faith prevails: Son acquitted in retrial
  • 2 sentenced in church-run fraud
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • Teachers set to get minimal raises


  • State
  • Financially, 'Bo's Bridge' in dire straits
  • Seminole chief files lawsuit to regain Tribal Council post
  • Bush names education leaders
  • Meet the state's new education leaders


  • Business
  • Business today
  • HCA chief shifts focus forward
  • Student loan interest rates to dive


  • South Pinellas
  • South Pinellas briefs


  • North Pinellas
  • City expected to pay sewage damage costs
  • Largo staff offers cuts, commission says 'whoa'
  • Oldsmar tightens tap on water
  • Mr. Nicely decides he'll stick around
  • Principal retires with an A for school
  • Students to have hand in arts center design
  • New rec center will be late for summer campers
  • Man pays price for catching up to burglar
  • Seven road projects slide down schedule
  • Students revel in last-day traditions
  • New stadium site has warning signs, too
  • Lawyer's ex-wife sues for his retirement benefits
  • Man on scooter injured in possible drive-by shooting
  • Tourist was assaulted by teen, police say
  • Adviser investigated for sexual comments
  • Absence of runners helps Rays 5K winner


  • Pasco County
  • Group says sheriff fails in sex shops sting
  • City official seeks to oust city manager
  • Sheriff assigns more deputies to patrol
  • Commissioner tours Tommytown
  • Mom sues restaurant after son dies in crash
  • City wants time to study waterfront
  • Give up shelter, board member urges
  • Brainy bunch is tops in the world
  • City has a vision for hotel
  • Preserving waterfront land was a no-brainer
  • Shuffleboard Club damage trims New Port Richey's net
  • Lake Jovita beach house set to open this summer
  • Everyone knew about Esteves
  • Brewers put an end to Boyd's worries
  • It's time to drive for dough


  • Hernando County
  • Nineteen failing students promoted
  • Lifeguards save girl, 10, at water park
  • Rains refresh, also bring stress
  • School chief's job hunt may imperil contract
  • Graduation ticket setup was poor
  • Hernando police reports
  • Capel plea agreement expected to come today
  • Teen gets hole-in-one even if he doesn't see it
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Susan Taylor Martin
  • Labor on verge of landslide (yawn) -- but why?


  • Sports
    Tennis
  • Agassi withers as Clinton watches

  • NBA
  • Sixers strike first

  • Devil Rays/baseball
  • Kennedy pierces gloom
  • Lineup shift tried to wake up Williams
  • Fast No. 1 deal expected
  • Hurt star picked but likely to pass
  • Adjustments help Jays make run at West title
  • Draft risk pays off for Spartan catcher

  • NHL
  • Sakic beDeviled in slump

  • Mutiny
  • Mutiny's winless streak reaches 8

  • Outdoors
  • Daily fishing report

  • Golf
  • Koch plans to play in, cover Open
  • Petrovic battles into U.S. Open
  • Link Letters

  • Motorsports
  • IRL will race on Texas track

  • Et cetera
  • NFL briefs
  • Rams forward signs with UT


  • Entertainment
  • 'Calling' takes a break to find funding
  • Fans two-step right along with the Blacks
  • Flash


  • Opinion
  • Tax-cut implications
  • Back to bipartisanship
  • Scientology tries to move forward despite attacks


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • School and unusual
  • A baseball great swings at new hits
  • Old beach concern resurfaces: sea lice

  • Cover story
  • Are we having fun yet?

  • Film
  • Welcome back, Travolta
  • Alien bust
  • Movies: Top Five
  • Family movie guide
  • Indie Flix

  • Video
  • Upcoming DVD / Video attractions and rankings
  • 'Crouching Tiger' springs into living rooms

  • Pop
  • Pop: Ticket Window
  • Team Pop Trivia
  • Pop: Hot ticket

  • Get Away
  • Get Away: Down the road
  • Get Away: Hot Ticket

  • Art
  • The never-fading garden
  • Art: Best bets

  • Dine
  • Samba Room has style, if not taste
  • First Bite
  • Side dish

  • Nite Out
  • Breathe a little easier

  • Stage
  • Fleet feet fire up the Ice Palace
  • Stage: On the horizon

  • Shop
  • Hideaways from the heat
  • In the market

  • Time Out
  • Donny Osmond's making the most of life
  • West Shore brimming with choices
  • Art, it's what's for lunch


  • Hillsborough
  • Prosecutor takes gig in New York
  • Plant fix forces cut in water supply
  • Officer cleared in shooting, punished for chase
  • 2 golfers stunned in lightning strike
  • School ex-manager is accused of theft
  • Lutz will be less spooky on Halloween


  • Citrus County
  • Brother, tagging along, drowns
  • Superintendent's pick protested
  • Swim at Hunter Springs leaves kids with itchy rash
  • Double deluge brings relief
  • For Sallee, 'zone' could not be found
  • Nave has right to choose an invocation
  • Two top athletes, two paths
  • 'Sweat equity' at work here
  • Class notes
  • Say it
  • A small tribute
  • Retailers bemoan renovation timing


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