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August 12, 2000

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World & Nation
  • NTSB releases evidence reports in EgyptAir crash
  • Election 2000 briefs
  • National briefs
  • World briefs
  • Tampa Bay

  • Few enlist for medical examiner job
  • Counsel sought in judge inquiry
  • Her burden: 'I took a man's life'
  • Blaze rips through Ybor City landmark
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • State

  • Justice's legacy brings life to the law
  • 'Choose Life' plates hit the road despite lawsuit
  • Many teachers will wait for raise
  • Talented 20 plan still under attack
  • State briefs
  • Office surgery limits upheld
  • Challenge to resignation date aims to keep Gallagher off ballot
  • Business

  • Blue Cross ends care contract
  • Magazine puts Publix among the top chains
  • Dynacs bows out of IPO market
  • JumboSports customers to receive full refunds
  • Business today
  • Reports cheer stock markets
  • South Pinellas

  • Panel to monitor racial balance
  • Jordan Park tops tax-credits list
  • Man, 39, drowns in resort hotel pool
  • Slain woman's kin raise reward to $20,000
  • North Pinellas

  • Scientology critic faces drug cultivation charge
  • Petty's election motives disputed
  • Riders strut their stuff at show
  • Tarpon's big cheese has aides reading
  • Pitcher invests in restaurant
  • Vandalism again visiting area park
  • Pasco County

  • New club spices up west Pasco night life
  • Rancher seeks new Crystal Springs pumping permit
  • Panel calls for court complex
  • For 41, wait doesn't deter education
  • Cards to offer Port Richey youth tangible heroes
  • Former dropouts achieve their dream
  • Sheriff's Office literally feels the heat as air conditioning conks out
  • 2-year-old wanders too close, is bitten by chained dogs
  • Student services dean assumes duties at PHCC
  • County may buy lots in '98 Lost Lake flood
  • Church feeds the body and soul
  • Making their final pitch
  • Hernando County

  • Olympian send-off also honors 2 teams
  • Boy who fell from shopping cart is flown to Tampa hospital
  • Bayport Inn shutdown looms
  • Sports
  • Leavitt, Bulls look to add some depth
  • Adopted son does new nation proud
  • Bucs defense draws criticism
  • Miracle needs 1 more
  • Rays can't hold lead
  • Captain's corner
  • Sports digest
  • Ex-Gator Miller signs with Magic
  • Jackson latest injured safety
  • Program gives kids discount admission
  • Around the state/nation
  • Around the AFC
  • Around the NFC
  • Sorenstam's fun: avoiding trouble
  • McDyess added to U.S. basketball team
  • Austin in driver's seat with Buick Open lead
  • Swimmer's return earns ovation
  • Bennett misses out in 200 free
  • Ex-Rays happy with White Sox
  • Rolls, Saunders take next step
  • Dom DiMaggio part of history's visit to Tropicana Field
  • Diallo returns for Mutiny
  • NCAA rules UF's Greene eligible
  • Florida falters late in 11-6 loss
  • Tidal wave
  • Entertainment

  • Seize the day
  • Flash
  • Opinion

  • A Tampa General remedy
  • A mishandling of justice
  • Party ties matter even when a race is non-partisan
  • Newsfeatures (Floridian, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)

  • Two strong families created a legacy
  • Their legacy is Longleaf
  • Home front
  • Quilting frame needed to finish the job
  • Organize and document your research data
  • Fanfare and warning
  • Hillsborough

  • 'Perfect employee' is a thief, police say
  • High drama plays out in variance requests
  • Two injured when gun is fired during store robbery
  • Suit: Surgeon used experimental tool
  • Citrus County

  • Prosecutor to charge girl with dog's death
  • Team rebounds for titl
  • Tutors to aid poor readers in first grade
  • Governments find rules on docks in conflict
  • Church's dream realized: a home
  • Silver kings in Bay are good as gold
  • Lures can be quite the catch
  • Action [an error occurred while processing this directive]

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