June 22, 2001
Tampa Bay: June 22, 2001
South Pinellas County news
Victim of rape sent to jail on warrants
The public defender says there was an alternative to hauling the woman off to jail.
Conservationists turn to darkness for protest
ST. PETERSBURG -- The only lights Helen Warren saw Thursday night were the sun setting over the gulf, the first beams of a new moon and the glow of a tiki torch -- at least between the hours of 7 p.m. and 10 p.m., when she and friends gathered at Fort De Soto Park to observe a blackout planned in protest of national energy policies.
Body raises specter of notorious case
A body found in 1982 is similar to Oba Chandler's three victims. Officials wonder: Is he their man?
Grass-roots effort wins two-way street change
ST. PETERSBURG -- A long neighborhood effort to make the downtown section of Dr. M.L. King (Ninth) Street two-way won over the St. Petersburg City Council Thursday night.
Tampa Bay headlines
A red dot is blown up to planetary proportions
3-week stint guarantees state pension
Two indicted in Pasco girl's death
Tampa Bay briefs
Church scores round in death suit
North Pinellas headlines
City expands redevelopment contract
Downtown land deal approved
HomePlace makes exit; new store opens soon
Dunedin waiting on power decision
Teens create a library room of their own
No more Muscovys found dead in pond
Training of pets, owners is SPCA's vision
Building to shelter homeless, stores
Clearwater is too eager for projects
Official arrested after porn files clog server
Cooperation key to posting results
Concert series heats up Friday nights
It took only one person to stop for a stricken man
Attack victims treated royally
PTA moms put foot down over growth
Judge picked for Alvarez vacancy
News of Florida
Six die in house fire
Prison chief sets sights on Texas
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