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September 12, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Day of terror shatters confidence of a nation
  • U.S. spying ability questioned anew
  • Military put on highest alert; Navy ships sent to N.Y., D.C.
  • President, leaders govern in shadow of day's chaos
  • Amid his anguish, Bush vows retaliation
  • Hijackers penetrated security with apparent ease
  • Report: Victims alive in rubble
  • Experts: Impact, fire too much for twin towers
  • 50,000 worked in towers each day
  • Shaken survivors tell tales of luck and bravery
  • Workers flee in panic, only to sit in gridlock
  • Official's wife was aboard jet
  • Jet had turned toward Washington
  • A blur in the sky, then a firestorm
  • Plane slams into Pentagon
  • Attacks in Afghanistan fuel rumors
  • Pained world condemns acts, but some cheer
  • State-by-state precautions
  • Airline numbers
  • Some of the major attacks on U.S. targets
  • A thud, then a sprint to safety
  • Terror, minute by minute
  • Flight stoppage has widespread repercussions


  • Tampa Bay
  • Convicted man would rather die
  • MacDill on heightened security
  • How to help
  • Most institutions closed after attack plan to open today
  • After shocks of disbelief, anger shake Tampa Bay area
  • Show of faith rises amid fear
  • Radio sticks with disaster
  • Where to call to check travel plans
  • Attacks shut skies over Tampa Bay
  • Tampa's Muslims brace for backlash
  • Area officials tighten security, wait anxiously after strike
  • Donors line up with blood, compassion
  • Memories of Pearl Harbor rush back
  • Educators, students, parents cope


  • State
  • State land buy benefits Hillsborough
  • Attack's aftershock felt across Florida


  • Business
  • Internet, phone use cripple system
  • Attack may nudge U.S. economy into recession
  • As many in bay area close, some bustle


  • South Pinellas
  • Sax player Sylvester Austin got his start in St. Petersburg
  • Help shifted to overcrowded Tyrone
  • A fond goodbye to an old Y
  • Sharing the task of keeping kids safe
  • Family, friends mourn death of a salesman
  • Intersection plan finds little support
  • Melrose mosaic
  • Beach Drive women's shop to change name, keep service
  • Plans brew for 300 block of Beach Drive
  • Senior swimmers succeed
  • Show explores the possibilities, variety of art
  • Theft of truck hurts owner and program
  • 'Riding is a great equalizer,' a teacher says
  • Campground hearing postponed for talks
  • Neighborhood briefs
  • Links benefits Scouts at a true garden party
  • Dear speeders in Seminole: They're watching
  • My son departs home, arriving at adulthood
  • Intern's work with kids crosses several barriers
  • Group plans convention to organize its activism
  • Neighbors say 'twins' are too tall
  • Beaches notebook
  • Government calendar
  • Focus on volunteers
  • Military news
  • Injury proves two hands are better than one
  • Sailing center is preparing for world event
  • Petrillo loses poise, tourney


  • North Pinellas
  • Faraway terrorism is close to home
  • County, Largo clash over annexing land
  • Pinellas digest
  • Coachman concert kicks off cleanup
  • First the news, then the silence
  • Suddenly, perspective on tower visit changes
  • Attack casts somber spell on our daily life
  • Center preparing for world event
  • Retired deputy is accused of molesting three boys


  • Pasco County
  • Commission gives go-ahead to purchase building
  • People roll up sleeves to help
  • Parents take kids home for hugs and calls
  • People react to attack with anguish, rage
  • Immoral few are at heart of hurt
  • Giant game threatens area's beauty
  • Tragedy sets priorities
  • Two area athletes earn gold medals
  • ZTA Labor Day tournament another success
  • Beach shuts down after contamination
  • Good news is blessing on dark day
  • Public buildings, mall plan to be open today
  • School celebrates international literacy
  • Class notes


  • Hernando County
  • FAA's action leaves local airspace silent
  • Drunken driver apologizes; gets 30 years
  • Faraway tragedy too close to home
  • Churches ease pain with prayer services
  • Sense of violation shrouds residents
  • Now is the time to fix roads in residential areas
  • Security heightened locally after attacks
  • Eagle relies on attitude
  • Friday's games
  • Vonada: Springstead is seeking 'renewed focus'
  • Residents soon will pay more for fire services
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Mary Jo Melone
  • The three words that really matter

  • Howard Troxler
  • A country gasps, waits for answers

  • Ernest Hooper
  • Despite the distance, attack hits home for many in Tampa Bay area

  • Gary Shelton
  • 'This is no time for games'

  • Bill Maxwell
  • Attack on our twin towers is personal

  • Martin Dyckman
  • Perservation of our soul

  • Eric Deggans
  • On TV, mayhem unfolded in waves


  • Sports
    Bucs
  • News from N.Y. brings loss and relief to Bucs
  • Mission: contain McNabb
  • Keyshawn treated, says he'll be ready

  • College football
  • Miami joins a growing list, cancels games
  • Practice reports
  • Walker sets tone for season
  • Bell still waiting in wings
  • FSU: Extra points

  • Colleges
  • College cancellations

  • Devil Rays
  • Call from mom puts Guillen at ease

  • Lightning
  • Lightning in shock, disbelief

  • Baseball
  • Baseball season is on hold
  • Cancellations

  • Golf
  • Classic delayed one day

  • NFL
  • What they're saying

  • Mutiny
  • Diallo doubts that he would return next season

  • Outdoors
  • Daily fishing report

  • Et cetera
  • Sports briefs

  • Preps
  • All but Pinellas call off high school sports events
  • Tarpon star to miss several weeks
  • Chamberlain starts 0-2 but can still salvage year
  • Pinellas football
  • Checking in
  • Bulked-up Weekes ready
  • Hillsborough football


  • Entertainment
  • Calendar
  • Entertainment pauses for respect, caution
  • Tuesday's developments
  • Side show
  • Off the top


  • Opinion
  • Terror tests America
  • Letter writers respond to terrorist attacks on America


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Weekend, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • Order up some will power
  • Food File
  • dish
  • Dips that score the extra point
  • Books that Cook: For cooks who like a challenge


  • Hillsborough
  • Man to serve life in murder of delivery man


  • Citrus County
  • Nation's shock, concern hit home
  • Son's delayed commute turns into dad's relief
  • Man who drove missing woman charged
  • Events unfold into powerful civics lesson
  • Side lines
  • Improvement pushes any frustration aside
  • Hybls had stop in county on road to their success


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