June 24, 2000
Worker botched seven autopsies
- 151 autopsies rechecked: The mistakes have resulted in an exhumation and a new death investigation by police.
- A mother's grief: A ruling changed from suicide to murder leaves a Pinellas Park woman to wonder who killed her son.
Rainfall won't lift water limits
The regional water board's staff will recommend once-a-week watering be the rule indefinitely for the 16 counties.
Bolt kills boater near bay bridge
Lightning strikes a boat near the Howard Frankland Bridge. A second boater is hospitalized with injuries.
Two armed men rob Checkers, fondle worker
ST. PETERSBURG -- A Checkers restaurant was robbed and a female employee fondled Thursday by two armed men who fired a round into the ceiling before leaving the store.
Churches hit summer slump
It's the sizzling season for empty pews, sparser crowds and services and, for some staffers, a respite.
South Pinellas headlines
Family hopes for an answer
Eckerd's acting chief brings calm
North Pinellas headlines
SPJC offers land for Phillies stadium
Publix throws party for centenarian
Group asks EPA to yank Stauffer cleanup plan
Budget plan raises tax rate in cities
Bands rally to help out stricken lead singer
Voter IDs bring odd missive
Ex-photographer guilty of fondling
Defender does not release audit
Why let cell phones ring our lives? It's a tough call
Hillsborough may put more bite in pet rules
By Tampa man's count, he's 120 years old
2 in BMW sought in killing
News of Florida
His humility weathered changing politics
Children's crimes will soon cost parents
Legislator pledges he won't use law's favor on licensing
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