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August 2, 2000

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Republican National Convention
  • Day Two: For heroes and heated protests
  • Likelihood of Graham as V.P. falls
  • Troxler column: Don't be fooled: Republicans still are Republicans
  • When it comes to partying, corporations ready to kick in
  • Florida's Bush draws a crowd: He's 'like Elvis'
  • At least 280 arrested in convention protest

  • Other stories
  • In Uruguay, violence at home widespread
  • Altered cells may repair brain damage
  • Zimbabwe will seize most white farmlands
  • National briefs
  • Tampa Bay

  • Student pilot's dead engine leads to road test
  • Friendship Trail to get phone line
  • TIA's welcome mat: long, crowded lines
  • Records describe a rampage that took lawyer's life
  • Witnesses: Stung boy seemed fine
  • Howard Troxler column: Don't be fooled: Republicans still are Republicans
  • Judge testifies man stalked him
  • 2 cyclists die in collision on causeway
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • TECO told to refund $13-million to customers
  • State

  • TaxWatch sells research work
  • Lottery officials go on offensive against scams
  • Homestead airport plan stirs up protest
  • Student pilot's dead engine leads to road test
  • State briefs
  • Business

  • Verizon to pay $2.7-million settlement
  • Analysts warming yet again to Sykes
  • Florida Progress results soar
  • South Pinellas

  • Mall adjusts policy on gang-style garb
  • Bondsman shoots at fugitive's car
  • Reclaimed water bills may rise sharply
  • Apple may fall to Eckerd purchase
  • City looks hard at one-way streets
  • Lealman fire chief supports merger
  • Middle-of-the-road route to beauty
  • Deal for baseball field deserves second look
  • Veteran fishing family grows into retail
  • Florist plans to open satellite shop near BayWalk
  • Urban Initiative leader turns in his resignation
  • Police Department reaccredited
  • Panel to study needs of neighbors
  • He made it a beautiful day for neighbors
  • Madeira Beach budget maps out improvements
  • Town disbands its building department to save money
  • City to collect more for property taxes
  • Front Porch group spars with critics
  • Pinellas had its own war between North, South
  • Abandoned school's future in limbo
  • Art on china to survive as studio drops curtain
  • Teenager earns victory at junior tournament
  • Quay serves notice at Isla Del Sol
  • North Pinellas

  • Quests for stadiums reach crossroads
  • Stanton sees work grades diminish
  • Tax break for seniors on table again
  • Palm Harbor parking plans calm critics
  • Financial troubles mount at Helen Ellis
  • Tax break for seniors on table again
  • Lumber business is building customer base
  • Take time to listen, Safety Harbor
  • Create dog parks rather than call Largo police
  • Roundabout may see minor changes
  • Clearwater boy sails in foreign waters
  • Pasco County

  • Inmates locked down for 6 days
  • Burst of wind batters, bends mobile homes
  • Blaze devours mobile home, pets
  • Heavyweight joins Ridge Road Extension fight
  • Success stretches industrial park
  • Talking is great, but listening is worthwhile, too
  • School budget plan shaves the tax rate
  • Elderly woman's death reviewed as 'suspicious'
  • Wesley Chapel fills girls vacancy
  • Wildcats struggle in hoops tourney
  • Hernando County

  • Laptop computers for schools shelved
  • Spring Hill man who teaches at Saint Leo fired after arrest
  • Rattler loses its head and its hide
  • Woman pleads innocent to killing husband
  • Bayport's closer to complying on sewage
  • 5 admit break-in, officials say
  • Drivers have tough time of it
  • Eagles suffer injuries at national tourney
  • HYL crushes Mississippi 17-9
  • Sports
  • Old friends reunite to save Storm's season
  • Rays have the right answer again
  • Gary Shelton column: Trades best Rays could do
  • Bright future in the shadow of the draft
  • Sapp critiques Miami critics
  • Captain's corner
  • New rules aim to keep throttles from sticking
  • Sampras back, Agassi out in Toronto
  • Numerous deals mean rotation is revamped
  • Castilla back on DL; Huff gets opportunity
  • Rain delays Saunders a day
  • 'El Duque' tosses 4 shutout innings in Tampa
  • 1997 probably last title season in St. Petersburg
  • Bucuane likely to get his first start in Diallo's absence
  • Rain halts title game rematch
  • Team wins 2nd softball title
  • Talented team, rookie coach, humbling loss
  • Around the AFC
  • Around the NFC
  • Camp survivor
  • Sapp's high-energy antics rile Dolphins
  • Offense showing improvement near goal line
  • Entertainment

  • Trisha talks
  • Seize the day
  • Opinion

  • The Democrats' misfire
  • Pruitt's folly
  • Bill Maxwell column: Hiring illegals creates enslavement
  • Parties' political conventions have lost significance
  • Floridian

  • A moving ministry
  • Three seasons end
  • A moving ministry
  • Raising little daredevils is challenging work
  • Expecting a baby? Consider breast-feeding
  • Hillsborough

  • Mobile home dealer charged with tax fraud
  • Officials probe judge's presence in other's office
  • Road rage shooting kills man, police say
  • Hillsborough sheriff disciplines top officer
  • War of dot com names marks commission race
  • Citrus County

  • Trash budget may get overhaul
  • Finance director to leave in September
  • Homosassa park train may never ride the rails
  • Candidate criticizes road work overruns
  • Panther has eye on state title
  • Local teams happy with outcome
  • Action

  • Buyer not happy with air conditioner
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