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July 21, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Senators hear complaints about veterans' benefits
  • Prospect of failure kept leaders at Camp David
  • Former Olympic officials indicted in bribery scandal
  • House lifts limitations on travel, sales to Cuba
  • Tampa Bay

  • Student gunned down at nightclub
  • Clearwater manager leaves with $166,000
  • Common sense for dummies
  • Officer on leave after car shooting
  • Nader rallies his faithful before WTVT testimony
  • Judge releases McPherson autopsy photos
  • Senate candidate plans forum in St. Petersburg
  • Police raid nude clubs for third time in a week
  • State

  • Interim president may keep UF reins
  • Emissions test hearing ends with a whimper
  • Field for insurance post narrows
  • Judges' jobs are no longer as secure
  • Regents vow to fight board's demise
  • Company sues state over disputed radio network job
  • House member accuses GOP of 'terrorist tactics'
  • Business

  • TECO earnings beating industry
  • Reptron's earnings calm fears
  • HSN tosses pet-owning workers a new treat
  • South Pinellas

  • Publix to close store in Coquina Key area
  • City puts limits on curb mailboxes
  • Screech help stolen parrot get back home
  • James Duncan, was Episcopal bishop
  • Joann Gilbart Summer, part of a pioneer family
  • North Pinellas

  • Three teenagers charged in fire at library
  • Clearwater accepts gift of land for stadium
  • Man facing charge of attempted murder
  • County to install senior center sprinklers
  • Number of new homes in Tarpon rises
  • Employers hope buses help fill jobs
  • Messy dogs may get booted
  • Blame bad service for tourism woes in Tarpon Springs
  • Stevenson Creek Web site is up and running
  • City approves church land deal
  • National tourney next on schedule for junior bowlers
  • A career in black and white
  • Pasco County

  • Woman charged with child neglect
  • Trash, labor shortage delay center's opening
  • Spouse shot in gun-firing lesson
  • Mud-boggers roil bottom of Crews Lake
  • Fine arts charter school on track
  • Jockeying council member needs to be reined in
  • From humble beginnings, parks system thrives
  • New Port Richey boy arrested for bringing steak knife to school
  • At your leisure
  • Seniors relying on aces heading into sectionals
  • Team prepared for absence of key player
  • Additional games may help majors
  • Baseball season not over for four W. Pasco players
  • District 4 sends three to tourney
  • Man charged in bar attack
  • Activist will challenge Fiorentino
  • Hernando County

  • Lowe's sues over access to property
  • Commissioners praise budget
  • Phony officer suspect caught
  • Time for consumers jilted by HMOs to organize
  • Kids take over the dance floor
  • Mosby leads AAU team to national challenge
  • Hernando hurler learning way with Pirates
  • Nationals part of year-round plan
  • Sports
  • Begay can grin about Day 1 fall
  • Fear just a short phase for Dragila
  • No roadblocks as Els leads
  • Rays lose lead late in Jays' 6-5 win
  • Castilla out again with hand injury
  • Regional report fares moderately well in debut
  • Barbers draw tough matchup
  • You don't say
  • Flaherty takes care not to cross line
  • Tonight: Rays at Yankees
  • FSL Rays lose in four-run ninth
  • Neagle is perfectly happy with Yankees
  • UT to charge $2 for Bucs parking
  • Practice facility plans still moving forward
  • Defensive backs find way to the forefront
  • Entertainment

  • Cool art, warm artists
  • Emmy nominations single out quality, not pedigree
  • Seize the day
  • Country couple deliver a lovefest
  • Family movie guide
  • What lies beneath? Not much
  • Aspiring filmmakers can go for the green
  • Oh, by the way, there's a new 'Pokemon'
  • 'Loser'? Yes
  • The singles scene sizzles outdoors
  • Santana marvels at 'Supernatural' success
  • Swinging with Brian Setzer
  • Veteran makes moves to strike up senior band
  • The Caribbean comes to you
  • Web site we like
  • S Howard: Where fine dining abounds
  • Plenty of delights in this deli
  • Sound bites
  • Classical CD review
  • Opinion

  • Summertime heat
  • Backing higher ethics
  • Take a stand
  • Mall hat episode teaches children the wrong lesson
  • Floridian

  • Illuminating the reasons for suicide
  • Perfecting the three-bone cross
  • Hillsborough

  • Ballot for Coe's office fills out
  • Building added to FAMU bid
  • Six physicians are accused in referral kickback scheme
  • Lap dances continue and so do the arrests
  • Citrus County

  • Schools favor lower tax
  • State deal swells preserve
  • Knife attack yields new charges
  • Run's beneficiaries, runners unite
  • Dress rules come with a coating of irony
  • School race marked by ins, outs
  • Dining abroad
  • Art League announces season line-up
  • Racer takes his turn in family tradition
  • Section tournaments up next
  • Action

  • Roberds refund, warranty update
  • Click for Obituaries

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