June 30, 2000
Jury in murder plot trial still out
Jurors in the murder-for-hire trial of Allen Blackthorne deliberated for two hours Thursday night.
Officials withhold test scores
The Inspector General's Office will investigate why Florida reading scores were so inconsistent.
Groups keep scout support
Florida agencies say they will not penalize troops for the Supreme Court ruling that permits exclusion of homosexual leaders.
Rainfall offers new freedom for fireworks
No Minutemen. No quill-penned declarations of independence. This Fourth of July weekend, rain is clearing the way for the festiveness of fireworks.
Hostage seige at Disney ends peacefully
LAKE BUENA VISTA -- A man demanding to speak to his estranged wife held his 4-year-old son and a waiter hostage for 11 hours at a Walt Disney World hotel before releasing them unharmed and surrendering early Friday.
Offer begins FAMU drive
TECO's $1-million donation is aimed at persuading Florida A&M to build its new law school in Tampa.
Florida plans to wow crowd at Olympics
State and private money are being poured into an ambitious sales pitch during the Games in Australia.
Panel balks at plans to bolster storm funds
A committee says no to borrowing a billion and buying a $300-million insurance policy.