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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.


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