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June 29, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Fisherman happy biggest catch gets away
  • Ex-colonel pleads innocent to spying
  • Tampa Bay

  • Pinellas-Pasco Medical examiner retires
  • Playing both ends against middle age
  • 'God bless Darva'
  • Judge makes no decision on fee
  • Pinellas revising welfare setup
  • Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary
  • State

  • Everglades project moves forward
  • Whom to believe is key for Blackthorne jury
  • Schools ponder mailing scores
  • FAMU remark raises eyebrows
  • FCAT scores improve -- a lot
  • Group asks Bush to decry GOP chief
  • Engineers relinquish authority in contract
  • Area crackdown on phony medical claims charges 22
  • Business

  • Positive report a relief to Kforce
  • E-signatures face concern along with curiousity
  • South Pinellas

  • Pinellas grades shock, excite
  • Driver's flight crashes to a stop, injuring three
  • Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary
  • Juvenile's death labeled as abuse
  • Outgoing college president will give up 2001 salary
  • North Pinellas

  • 5 students broaden horizons in sister city
  • Tension growing between city, sheriff
  • Tension growing between city, sheriff
  • Neighbors feud over bird feeding
  • Political rookie joins commission race
  • Power line accident prompts an inquiry
  • Rain brings fleas, rats, mosquitoes -- Oh, my!
  • City may lower property tax again
  • Tarpon Springs ordinance endangers our environment
  • Local USA League champs get set for regional tourney
  • Pasco County

  • County schools show marked improvement
  • Pro bicycling race idea hailed as Olympic step
  • Zoning request fueling emotions
  • Pasco radio goes global on Internet
  • Developer formulates plan for site near parkway
  • Oldsmar boat shop relocates to Pasco
  • Girl's actions show young people care
  • Woman charged with kicking, pushing deputy
  • Mayor's election set for Sept. 15
  • Judge drops dentist from wrongful arrest suit
  • Courses welcome the rain ... in moderation
  • Gulf brings back alumnus, promotes pair of assistants
  • Bucs, Pirates hire coaches
  • Dixie tourney includes softball ... and more
  • Paperwork completed, West Pasco eyes titles
  • Thanks to cabbie who came to couple's aid
  • Hernando County

  • Family says murderer is severely mentally ill
  • A grade A, B and C day for Hernando's schools
  • Authorities search for stolen car
  • Preserve plan will add land
  • Government TV on the right track
  • Killer doesn't deserve a death reprieve
  • Twiner preparing for college with a flourish
  • Sports
  • From the stands, the battle lines are being drawn
  • Magic's cap fits Miller
  • Rays smack into a wall named Wells
  • CART's Moreno making most of his first top-flight opportunity
  • Waltrip's tour sad end to outstanding career
  • Baldwin fine with changes
  • Boggs declines shot at Olympics
  • Today: Devil Rays vs. Blue Jays
  • Yan's job may be going up a Creek
  • Lightning targets tradition of New Year's Eve at home
  • Magic's pick
  • Harvey to Knicks, for now at least
  • Stud price a record for Derby winner
  • County players unite to play, win, have fun
  • Panther signs with Southern
  • Tornadoes fare well in tourney
  • Bogie gets two for one with its coaching hire
  • Athletes put their 'talent' on display
  • Norman says surgery will refine game, not end career
  • Captain's corner
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the Day
  • WTVT-Ch. 13 hires new general manager
  • Opinion

  • Public shame is not justice
  • Green Party isn't extreme
  • Post-Elian effects
  • Voters deserve better coverage of Ralph Nader
  • Floridian [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    Hillsborough

  • District schools improve on FCAT
  • Club may be killed by lease, not police
  • Man gets 45 years' probation in burning of house
  • Democrat drops her campaign for state attorney's post
  • County votes for new pet restrictions
  • Authorities seize 5 tons of cocaine, arrest 13
  • Reckless driver drags paramedic 500 feet
  • Caller has ominous tip about missing mother
  • Speedy trial law, lack of witnesses free slaying suspect
  • Citrus County

  • Elementary schools earn improved grades
  • Blues to feature Grammy winner
  • Accident kills two women
  • Ex-judge, city may still be poles apart
  • Mining bill shakes resident's faith in GOP leaders
  • Twiner leaving with a flourish
  • Attendance a top goal at Crystal River Primary
  • And the award goes to ...
  • Alternative school calendar draws praise
  • Action

  • Link established; passport granted
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