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August 1, 2000

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World & Nation
  • Republicans push use of new label
  • Florida's GOP delegates wonder: Where's Jeb
  • Terrorist taint, USF questions tough to escape
  • Report faults airports' security
  • Solutions abound for Medicare drug plans
  • Tampa Bay

  • 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
  • State

  • Pursuing power, cars' cats come off
  • a.k.a. D.B. Cooper
  • Business

  • FP&L's parent to merge with Louisiana utility
  • South Pinellas

  • Oil-soaked rags spark blaze
  • North Pinellas

  • 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
  • Pasco County

  • State investigates seizure death of prisoner
  • Fire destroys family's home
  • New housing holds torrid pace
  • HMO refugees run for coverage in other counties
  • Hey, moms: Going back to school not just for kids
  • Vice mayor flap blurs Port Richey mayoral race
  • School board to assess budget
  • Vaulter grounded by fatigue
  • Hambrick may lose starting job in Dallas
  • Hernando County

  • Man picks wrong house to escape police
  • Arts Council requests grant for cultural center
  • System makes 911 do double duty
  • Packers waive ex-Bear star
  • Hernando remains alive, beats Virginia
  • How to stay ahead in hurricane season
  • Sports
  • Coaches' initial offering comes alphabetically
  • Odom tackles painful setback
  • One last swap for the Rays
  • Miller's debut not bad
  • Back in the game
  • Women's game finds the spark it needs
  • Captain's Corner
  • Panthers finally say goodbye to rats
  • Madeira Beach wins Area Tournament title
  • Schedule upsetting
  • Bucs' ailing line worries coaches
  • Anthony complements star receiver
  • Williams delivering on all levels
  • 142 Crew pays tribute to its departed Bubba
  • Lightning, feeling need for speed, signs 3 free agents
  • Stewart likes driving home
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the Day
  • Thunder's classic rock makes leap in ratings
  • Opinion

  • A debate-free zone
  • Replacing Marquis
  • Help manatees, but don't forget about the elderly
  • Floridian

  • He's the NRA
  • Up to our necks in arms
  • Consumer notes
  • Hillsborough

  • Parents' religion barred from trial on child's death
  • Judge was respected for her edge
  • Man faces patient-brokering charges
  • Lawyers need to visit Cuba for murder trial
  • Citrus County

  • Emergency coordinator misses cut
  • Gainesville crash kills Inverness man
  • Manager quits job before he starts
  • Can't keep up with Dot-Com generation
  • Inverness team wins state title
  • Action

  • CD balance deposited to account
  • Click for Obituaries

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