June 30, 2001
||Ybor police cameras go spy-tech
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
Using new software in surveillance cameras, police go high-tech in their search for the bad guys.
Thief picks on nun, runs into ex-trooper
DUNEDIN -- The 79-year-old nun, wearing her habit, walked out of the shopping center with her purse sitting in her shopping cart.
Indictments unsealed in 9-year-old's murder
The charges are based on jail inmates' accounts, DNA and other evidence.
Ex-coach gets 20-year term
Eric Trigg gets the maximum sentence in the death of his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter.
Fatal shooting revives case of missing woman
HUDSON -- The run-down buildings of the Coral Sands Motel off U.S. 19 are a haven for people seeking cheap, no-frills lodging. But on Friday, even those people were leaving the motel.
Airlines' nemesis: lightning
Thunderstorms can cause delays on the ground as well as in the air, and July is Florida's peak month for lightning.
Judge considers plea for new murder trial
Attorneys for the convicted murderer say that evidence such as recanted testimony would have altered the verdict.
Tampa Bay briefs
Man who died in collision named; others in hospital
South Pinellas headlines
Fast-acting virus claims cats' lives
U.N. pioneer Clara Wright of Seminole dies
Police chief job attracts swarm of applications
Racing tonight at Sunshine Speedway
Foundering church finds hope
College kids with a higher purpose
Democrats can move to back of the line
North Pinellas headlines
Debate yeilds the rejection of pricey fix
9 break-ins give police, businesses a headache
Oops! Police station watering at wrong time
Gator grab averts traffic mess
Tarpon tax rate may stay the same
Deputy who shot driver resigns; case pending
2 aboard ship guilty in drug case
A closer look: One Hillsborough church
Some jewels escape everyday perception
News of Florida
Judge: Care was adequate
Racial issues keep dogging Republicans
Fla. DEP defends decision to block drilling
Trooper climbs ranks to become new director
Their time in fire towers is no more
Florida way too private with public records
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