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June 17, 2000
Tampa Bay: June 17, 2000
Hillsborough County news
The pooch was bold, the problem perplexing
A couple weeks ago I was driving to Publix and saw a black Labrador retriever sauntering down the sidewalk on MacDill Avenue. I wished I'd had a leash in the car. The streets in Tampa are tricky for humans, let alone dogs.
Judge lowers sights for job
Judge Edward Ward has applied for work as a prosecutor or public defender after agreeing to retire from the bench because of a scandal.
FBI's legendary pioneer Tampa agent is dead at 89
Joseph F. Santoiana Jr. earned a place in the bureau's inner sanctum during the reign of J. Edgar Hoover.
Public housing activist cries foul
TAMPA -- Community activist Connie Burton said Friday that the Tampa Housing Authority is trying to evict her to mute her criticism of the authority.
Fire hits Italian Club floor
TAMPA -- It was something of a cosmic payback.
Mayor joins outcry over trimmed oak
Dick Greco orders an investigation of the trimming after City Council forbade its removal.
Tampa police look for 4 suspects in shooting
TAMPA -- A man was shot in the lower back Friday night shortly after 10 p.m. near 22nd Avenue and 20th Street.
Tampa Bay headlines
Pet dog kills 18-day-old girl
Wood says she should keep her job
Police: Stolen checks used for car purchases
'I was eyeball to eyeball'
Rains spark Hillsborough to lift ban on fireworks
Some fear charity's gifts may be a danger
Bay area briefs
Fiance demanding answers of police
Ronald McDonald house to celebrate 20 years of helping families
Workshop set to discuss Housing Authority criticism
Parents of boy in coma gaining renewed hope
Mexican state building ties with city
County brings speedy relief to neighborhoods
Suspect's death sparks investigation
Forums to address hospital deal
Convenience store clerk shot in robbery
Donation frees art center of debt
Lawyer facing charge is suspended
News of Florida
The good of the GOP is good for McCollum
FHP revises rules on how to handle officers' wrecks
Bikers may ride without helmets
Redirected Gallagher joins a unifed Republican front
Fires continue to be a threat in Florida
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