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August 1, 2000
Tampa Bay: August 1, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Parents' religion barred from trial on child's death
Prosecutors won't be allowed to explore the beliefs of parents whose son died after he was stung by 432 yellow jackets.
Judge was respected for her edge
Circuit Judge Diana Allen, who died Saturday, didn't back down to anyone during her near decade on the bench.
Man faces patient-brokering charges
A man who once owned five local assisted living centers is indicted in a six-year federal investigation.
Lawyers need to visit Cuba for murder trial
TAMPA -- Lawyers for the man accused of killing five people during a Dec. 30 rampage that started at a hotel on the Courtney Campbell Parkway told a judge Monday that they will likely need to travel to Cuba to complete their investigations.
Tampa Bay headlines
Judge demands inquiry of judge
Clinton touts drug plan in Tampa
In the dark, in the halls of justice, once again
VA office targeted for further inquiries
Oil-soaked rags spark blaze
Couple accused of abducting girl
Candidate says driving record not a key factor
School's renovations squeeze out parking
Roundabout may see some minor changes
Teen volunteers skip summer on beach to aid others
Neighbors debate fencing pond
Camp kids blend fun, good deeds
Beloved Seminole principal moves up
Roundabouts' problems can be smoothed out
Commissioners push aside issue of electing a mayor
14-year-old earns win at junior tournament
Mom juggles work with Cubs, Brownies
News of Florida
Pursuing power, cars' cats come off
a.k.a. D.B. Cooper
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