Click for the twice-weekly North of Tampa edition
June 13, 2000
Tampa Bay: June 13, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Report details snags in fighting fire
Even without the problems, firefighters could not have saved the Park at Ybor City apartments May 19, an official says.
Tax board ousts outspoken member
In a 5-4 vote, the group rids itself of a member accused of turning contract reviews into debates that went too far.
'House of cards' theft trial gets under way
TAMPA -- Three years ago, Jerome Ellington promised the poor and credit-challenged he could fulfill their dreams of home ownership and dozens of Hillsborough County residents took him up on the offer.
Police chase is short, suspect shorter
The driver of a stolen car was 12, her three passengers 14, police say. All face charges.
Limo companies file suit over new permits
The companies want to block a potential competitor from receiving 12 permits.
Man held in arson has long rap sheet
In 1989, Reed began his crime record when with manslaughter.
Tampa Bay headlines
Naimoli tells Rays to avoid hospital gala
McPherson case expected to haunt medical examiner
State drops charges against Scientology
A top cop talks about doing the dirty work
Elephant owner charged in trampling
Three strike plea deal in cocaine sales case
7-year-old struck by van a day after his birthday lies in coma
Recreation enter ready for an upgrade
Tarpon company fined $210,000
Speed limit may rise along East Lake Road
Ceridian doesn't 'miss a beat' in move
Adviser tweaks hospital proposal
Auditors warn visitors bureau
The Rev. Harry G. Williams dies
Two Republicans seeking elections job
Votes to decide annexing issues
Plans for library, lease need a closer look
Hearing books by choice, not chance
Developers again ignore City Hall site
News of Florida
Daughter recalls finding mother slain
© Copyright 2000 St. Petersburg Times. All rights reserved.