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June 16, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Gore's campaign chief Coelho quits
  • Timor's rebels find peace brings poverty
  • Rebuilding East Timor
  • Tampa Bay

  • 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
  • State

  • 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
  • Business

  • Jabil forecasts accelerating growth
  • St. Joe adds to bay area property
  • A coordinated attack on note fraud
  • Banking chief nudged to quit
  • South Pinellas

  • Council approves drugstore rezoning
  • City loosens hold on BayWalk land
  • Rain hasn't raised bacteria levels in bay
  • North Pinellas

  • Couple bring hope to lives of troubled kids
  • City gives traffic circles another spin
  • Mexico trade trip reaping rewards
  • Briefly
  • 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
  • Commission briefly
  • Pasco County

  • Suspect in April 26 slaying arrested
  • Drought jeopardizes water deal
  • Deadly fencing criticized
  • Green belt through Connerton important to countywide plan
  • Charter forces mayor to resign
  • Volunteering achieves more than criticism
  • Fireworks decision creates undue risk
  • Waters offer cool diversions
  • 18-year-old suspect charged with second-degree murder
  • Pine Hill eradicating drug trade
  • Bulldog ready to kick again
  • Area club to host competition
  • Pasco coach steps down
  • Puppetry center to launch summer show series
  • Kids and puppets go hand in hand this summer
  • Authorities release photo, offer reward for information on June 8 bank robbery
  • Hernando County

  • Cyclist to pedal across country
  • School to try smaller classes
  • Ex-boyfriend accused in stabbing
  • Fire chief's vision draws heat
  • DeWitt gives up on going to elite triathlon
  • Pirates to start Arroyo again
  • Celebration will honor country's 'greatest symbol'
  • Men at Work's singer coming to fairgrounds
  • Sports
  • Is 'detest' too strong? Not for Danny, et al.
  • Pacers look to extend Bird's tenure as coach
  • Woods emerges
  • Ninth belongs to Rays
  • NCAA steps in to limit correspondence
  • Florida 2012 marks 12 years until big event
  • Jackson unhappy with time
  • Clampett's dream goes on
  • Lightning exploring new logo, look
  • Ex-Ray Martinez stays mobile
  • Ump gets first chance to work in hometown
  • Sharing job irks Cairo
  • Pain, aggravation worsen for Vaughn
  • Bucs release offensive lineman
  • Armwood investigation might end next week
  • Berkshire doesn't show
  • The all-time baseball wins leader will coach the Hurricanes.
  • Shorecrest, PHU go with experience
  • Entertainment

  • Persall's Top 5
  • IMAX 'Fantasia': the bigger, the better
  • Who says animation is kids' stuff?
  • Movies on the edge
  • A hip J. Ryan's wobbles on consistency
  • Hot artists headline summer series
  • A celebration of freedom
  • Web sites we like
  • Dig these classics
  • SHAFT
  • 'Shaft' is still great, but the audience is much improved
  • Bad muthas who mattered
  • Brahms chamber music to close out Sarasota Music Festival
  • Not all that new, but who cares?
  • Classical file
  • In our own backyard
  • The pulse of reggae
  • Opinion

  • Public deserves truth on judge
  • One party, one voice
  • Security breach is typical for this administration
  • Floridian

  • 'American Skin' proves thin for police
  • Itsy-bitsy poisonous spider
  • The healing sea
  • Hillsborough

  • Fired worker: Holt sanctioned software piracy
  • Stunned neighbors see massive oak trimmed
  • Crisis isn't over, water watchers say
  • Tipper Gore stops by a youth center in Tampa Heights
  • Building crews to start an hour later Saturdays
  • 'House of cards' theft trial gets under way
  • Death row inmate from Hillsborough gets new trial
  • Device with radioactive material stolen
  • Rezoning smooths way for Publix
  • The brown, brown grass of home
  • Behind the miniblinds hide lawn renegades
  • Made of iron
  • Kids learn team play, enthusiasm and fundamentals of basketball
  • New Tampa activist accuses sheriff's deputy of assault
  • Information on reclaimed water comes in dribbles
  • Saving pennies also pinched people's feelings
  • Tax board must dip into savings
  • Seminar focuses on how to make the best of difficult divorce situations
  • A little preparation can make annuals last longer
  • Agency demands pulling Dursban off store shelves
  • Citrus County

  • Rains relieve, pummel county
  • Mobile home park to be replaced
  • Former county attorney dies
  • Planning board rejects religious center
  • Pull-tabs escaping a mythical distortion
  • More pursuers, but they can't catch Veltman
  • Parrot Heads will be in paradise
  • Action

  • Vacation refund may be coming
  • Click for Obituaries

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