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July 29, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Scripted insignificance
  • Passage of time doesn't diminish memories of home
  • In Venezuela, military sours on president
  • In Venezuela, military sours on president
  • Tampa Bay

  • Battling microscopic monsters
  • Soundtrack of the ring
  • Militia leader sent to prison
  • A museum to define dreams of downtown
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • State

  • From secret mail, some sunshine creeps out
  • FSU's age change: history or one-upmanship?
  • Program will bring Web to poor children
  • Business

  • Economy refuses to quit booming
  • Digital TV struggles for clear direction
  • Judge blocks closing order for Napster
  • South Pinellas

  • 2 steal cash from ice cream truck
  • North Pinellas

  • Bands blast their best for Holiday spot
  • Renter's roof, patience wear thin
  • Six-vehicle crash kills 1, ties up U.S. 19
  • Clark will not run for job again
  • Acting chief to focus on changes
  • Tarpon gets look at 1 view of future
  • Family escapes house fire
  • Rewards offered for toy firearms
  • Wee wordless books churned out
  • Pasco County

  • 'Wall' cast performs for love, not money
  • Lawyer will fight for doctor again
  • County is looking for a regional park site
  • Train kills man running across track
  • Robber gets life; his lawyer wants out
  • Doctor gets 15 months in Medicare fraud case
  • Man jailed in chop shop case
  • Arsonist receives 15 years
  • 34-year-old injured in early morning hit-and-run
  • Dade City hospital team named
  • Faith keeps booksellers going
  • Deputies pass fitness test
  • Woman bilked in prize swindle
  • Hernando County

  • Corps looks at options in dredging of channel
  • SunTrust Bank branch to move across street
  • School invests in upgrading its computers
  • Inn's sewage woes revisited
  • Sports
  • Strawberry says his colon cancer is back
  • Who's in charge?
  • Montana: The Catch, the drives, the coolness
  • Bucs WR waived after he is jailed
  • Rays look forward with two deals
  • Captain's corner
  • Wings re-sign Osgood
  • Ralston reaches the top
  • Rekar rolls by Royals
  • Mecir, White leave Rays needing relief
  • Defense, camaraderie put L.A. in driver's seat
  • In control from start, Cleveland tops Detroit
  • Daytona gets sterling debut
  • Camp survivor
  • Shula checks in with his recent past
  • Departed Emanuel shows no remorse
  • Storm defense is feeling pressure
  • AFC Roundup
  • NFC Roundup
  • FSU DB arrested on solicitation charge
  • 12-year-old wins titles by leaps and bounds
  • Local stars gunning for national AAU title
  • Time flies as drivers put wing to test
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • A bid for integrity
  • For quality care
  • Undergrads take stab at tabs!
  • Choice of Cheney sends Democrats into attack mode
  • Floridian

  • Hit the time machine for a hip dorm room
  • Hotter than ever
  • Barbeque is ...
  • A clean, mean grilling machine
  • Home front
  • Do you know the words to 'Shanty Town'?
  • For more information
  • Cinderella story
  • Has the farm lost its charm?
  • Hillsborough

  • Officials: Why was suspect on street?
  • Integration incentives offered
  • Film of family in mourning is stolen from car
  • Tampa pays part of ex-official's legal expenses
  • Dancers, patrons arrested in raid at Redner's club
  • Citrus County

  • County questions proposed condo complex
  • Armstrong will come alive again
  • IRS deadline looms for candidates
  • School Board candidate's condition improves to fair
  • Gift truck delivers solution
  • Napster users, rest easy -- for now
  • Sheriff's Office seeks to seize suspect's car
  • Schools with religious role dot the county
  • Cool water makes for happy fish
  • Action
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