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June 17, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Koreas move quickly to reduce tensions
  • Missing nuclear data found at lab
  • Tampa Bay

  • 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
  • State

  • 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
  • Business

  • Chamber gets down to business
  • TECO propane spinoff sold to Okla. firm
  • Windstorm rate increase upheld; Nelson to appeal
  • It's official: Forget GTE, it's Verizon
  • South Pinellas

  • 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
  • North Pinellas

  • 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
  • Pasco County

  • Doctor pleads no contest to assault
  • Youths find fun helping deputies
  • Slaying victim's wife: Is it over?
  • Galaxy Fireworks sues Pasco over ban
  • Stauffer critics eye EPA switch
  • Spring Hill man charged in knife attack Friday
  • Trial clerk, husband face abuse charges
  • Chamber honors community service
  • Hernando County

  • County loses bid for heart units
  • Man charged with sexual abuse of two girls
  • Citrus' school finance chief agrees to be Hernando's
  • Guidelines urged for Channel 19
  • Two actors synchronize two roles in 2 musicals
  • Funding adds new vaults to cemetery
  • Theater makes great 'Company'
  • Sports
  • At 60, Andretti taking another shot at Le Mans
  • New-look Rays add another win, 9-2
  • Lakers' parade on hold
  • Is this the last Open for the Golden Bear?
  • Captain's corner
  • Versatility is Bowden's strong suit
  • Forget last season; Rockers now at top
  • L.A. coach perplexed by inability to close out
  • Baldelli scheduled to finalize contract today
  • More tests on way for ailing Guzman
  • Bulls hope Cal beefs up their basketball schedule
  • Course unkind to many on Day Two
  • Silver lining for blue-collar guy
  • FHSAA approves transfers
  • Lion lighter but still will be all-star
  • State baseball tourney to stay at Legends Field
  • Southwest shuts out Seminole for first title
  • Packer grad is always on the go
  • Dragon throws perfect game in legion ball
  • Spartan named conference's best
  • Florida loses CART
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • Korean hopes
  • End the legal delays
  • Ending testing of emissions is an idiotic move
  • Floridian

  • The home front
  • A stand-up guy for water conservation
  • Developers putting neighborhoods on parade
  • Replacement sought for broken song tape
  • Garden calendar
  • Malfunctioning pumps are recalled
  • Drought tips: making the most of our moisture
  • Move over, Rose Garden!
  • Home, at last
  • Hillsborough

  • The pooch was bold, the problem perplexing
  • Judge lowers sights for job
  • FBI's legendary pioneer Tampa agent is dead at 89
  • Public housing activist cries foul
  • Fire hits Italian Club floor
  • Mayor joins outcry over trimmed oak
  • Tampa police look for 4 suspects in shooting
  • Citrus County

  • Special treat today for fans of Buffett
  • Schools finance chief is leaving
  • State okays open-heart program
  • Cleanup set for Crystal River site
  • The animal kingdom loses its queen mom
  • Weekend events
  • Mastering the hook-set
  • Three hurt in wreck on U.S. 19
  • Action Action does not publish on Saturday

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