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June 16, 2000
Tampa Bay: June 16, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Fired worker: Holt sanctioned software piracy
A former technician says he installed $170,000 of stolen software as his boss ordered and the public defender supported it.
Stunned neighbors see massive oak trimmed
TAMPA -- Neighbors who rallied to save a centuries-old oak in South Tampa celebrated Thursday morning after the City Council unanimously upheld a decision barring the owners from cutting it down.
Crisis isn't over, water watchers say
While rain has helped, it will take more downpours before Tampa can consider easing lawn watering rules.
Tipper Gore stops by a youth center in Tampa Heights
The first lady hopeful chatted with parents and students about the facility's benefits.
Building crews to start an hour later Saturdays
The new schedule in residential areas, prompted by noise complaints, is 8 a.m.
'House of cards' theft trial gets under way
Jerome Ellington is accused of squandering about $250,000 and never intending to fulfill his end of an agreement to help people with credit problems own homes.
Death row inmate from Hillsborough gets new trial
The case involves a man convicted of killing a couple in their rented house in Clair Mel.
Device with radioactive material stolen
TAMPA -- Police warned the public Thursday about the theft of a device containing small amounts of radioactive material.
Tampa Bay headlines
The many titles and faces of Gallagher
Florida's black Catholics to gather
School pact close, judge told
Man falls in with alligator
Police identify woman in coma
Tampa bay briefs
Photos of McPherson autopsy stir new conflict
Donation spreads life-saving machines
In bay area, walking can be risky
Council approves drugstore rezoning
City loosens hold on BayWalk land
Rain hasn't raised bacteria levels in bay
Couple bring hope to lives of troubled kids
City gives traffic circles another spin
Mexico trade trip reaping rewards
Panel: Punish 3 police officers
Linebaugh extension work will get rolling
Anclote Manor attracts buyer
Fire at restaurant blamed on lightning
County nursery sprouts near Lake Seminole
Concerning bayfront, let's stick to the facts
Oldsmar council takes wrong turn on request to change road's name
Halstrom, 17, piles up pins, $14,000 in college funds
Summer of discovery
News of Florida
Hunger not humans motivating sharks
Blackthorne portrayed as bitter, vindictive
GOP: Gallagher decision for the good of the party
Lawyers slam study on death sentences
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