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September 13, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Nationwide hunt spreads to 3 Florida cities
  • FBI seizes records of students at flight schools
  • Bin Laden says he's pleased but not involved
  • Ordinary flight from Boston took suspicious turn
  • Pilots trained not to fight hijackers
  • 11 die in new Mideast violence
  • NATO allies pledge to stand with U.S.
  • The flight seen by entire world
  • European airports increase security
  • As it grows dark, so does the mood in Manhattan
  • City requests 11,000 body bags
  • Floridians suffer agonizing waits and final calls that say: I love you
  • U.S. ramps up the rhetoric, weighs options
  • 35 questions
  • Smoke, dust pose disease risk, doctors warn
  • 'We'll see you when we get back'
  • Decision to stay doomed many
  • Amid grim work, the Pentagon stirs
  • Electronic cries of desperation
  • Child experts recommend being honest, reassuring with your kids
  • Tips for traveling
  • Threat kept Bush on the move
  • Unity replaces conflict as Congress gets behind president
  • Survivors, loved ones tell three tales of terror from the towers
  • New York Muslims feel the glare
  • Fliers plead for information on victims of plane attacks
  • With travel, it's catch as catch can
  • Around the nation


  • Tampa Bay
  • Vigils, memorials, events offer hope after attacks
  • Teachers, students try to cope with tears, fears
  • Fear is fresh fact of everyday life
  • Questions, worries fill students' day
  • Armed forces find many want to enlist
  • Anger simmers among former N.Y. police officers in Spring Hill
  • 2 brothers: 1 lost, 1 looking
  • Residents show pride in American flag
  • Blood donors gladly wait for hours to do their part
  • Pinellas County to assess voting systems
  • Tampa braces for stream of traffic to new mall
  • Palm Harbor couple lose son-in-law
  • TIA still paralyzed; travelers brace for hassles
  • Where to donate blood

  • Mary Jo Melone
  • Standing. Waiting. Yet doing so much

  • Howard Troxler
  • We may not want what was normal


  • State
  • Attack may complicate state budget


  • Business
  • Tourism may not snap back quickly
  • Insurance industry could face record losses
  • Bay area businesses work around disruptions
  • Companies' search for employees continues
  • EBay draws line at items exploiting attacks
  • Area gas prices remain stable
  • Aerosonic adjusts on the fly
  • Business today


  • South Pinellas
  • Buyer intends to convert YMCA into home
  • Tests show Red Tide off Pinellas shore


  • North Pinellas
  • Schools turn attacks into lessons
  • Muslims brace for angry response
  • Attacks leave tourists shaken
  • Pinellas digest
  • Community has given more than enough
  • Man airs views on garage door
  • Tarpon police holds public meeting on grants
  • Teats, Maguire enjoy strong start


  • Pasco County
  • Carnage spurs outpouring of human spirit
  • Brother safe but hurt, she knows
  • Local businesses try to cope with implications of disaster
  • Over breakfast is talk of tragedy
  • Tragedy offers a live history lesson
  • Don't shun mentally challenged
  • Official: Dade City needs more money
  • City agency to give Main Street $30,000
  • Police reports
  • Two-truck accident kills one driver, injures another
  • School Board approves budget, lowers tax rate
  • Budget meeting set
  • Teams return to practice for the sake of athletes
  • Bell's consistency helps capture 5K series overall title


  • Hernando County
  • Tragic attacks affect local economy
  • In classes: faith and patriotism
  • Recovery will 'take some time'
  • Phone calls carry relief, grief
  • Residents find ways to help out in disaster
  • County preparing for heavy weather
  • What they're saying
  • Coverage of family's loss was disturbing, tasteless and painful
  • Some find doctor's comment upsetting
  • In vigil of prayer, some find solace
  • Drive
  • Class notes
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Mary Jo Melone
  • Standing. Waiting. Yet doing so much

  • Howard Troxler
  • We may not want what was normal

  • Ernest Hooper
  • People seek consolation in their houses of worship


  • Sports
    Bucs
  • Bucs want games to go on
  • Christy closer to return

  • College football
  • Gators on, 'Noles off, Bulls waiting to hear
  • Moving on after the catch/drop
  • A game where heroes are born
  • UF: Extra points
  • Practice reports

  • Lightning
  • An older, wiser Lightning
  • A small sacrifice for fitness

  • Devil Rays
  • Rays rethink priorities as games cease
  • Tests show Flaherty has herniated disc

  • Golf
  • Area PGA event is canceled

  • Outdoors
  • Daily fishing report

  • Et cetera
  • Belmont cancels races to help rescue efforts
  • Schedule changes
  • Aftershocks

  • Motorsports
  • New Hampshire track has few fans among drivers

  • Preps
  • Counties resume activities
  • Coaches, athletes worry about loved ones in attack


  • Entertainment
  • Sometimes you need to stop watching
  • Area concerts postponed, canceled
  • In the news
  • Off the top


  • Opinion
  • The day after
  • Our connection with terror
  • Don't sacrifice the liberties that make us great


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Weekend, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • A pilgim for peace
  • No place like home: A boatman's eye view
  • The Sharkman's Summer
  • Baby's flattened head often corrects itself
  • A file full of fish stories

  • Weekend: Cover story
  • A prep for mall trippers
  • Eating international
  • Who's in the house
  • International Plaza trivia
  • The big draws

  • Film
  • A filmmaker's vision, then and now
  • Family Movie Guide
  • Top five movies and upcoming releases
  • Also in theaters
  • Indie flicks

  • Film
  • Underrated Depp shines in 'Blow'
  • Upcoming video / DVD releases and rankings

  • Pop
  • Bang the drums, brilliantly
  • Team Pop Trivia
  • Pop: Hot Ticket
  • Pop: Ticket window

  • Get Away
  • Try getting chummy with a stingray
  • Get Away: Hot Ticket
  • Get Away: Down the road

  • Art
  • Dunedin exhibit lets there be light
  • Art: Best bets
  • Art: Hot Ticket

  • Nite Out
  • Nite Out: Hot Ticket

  • Stage
  • Mixing music and math
  • Stage: Hot Ticket


  • Hillsborough
  • Deputy fatally shoots man during bomb threat inquiry
  • Sweet comeback is a treat
  • Second suspect's trial begins in delivery man's death

  • Ernest Hooper
  • People seek consolation in their houses of worship


  • Citrus County
  • People find solace in services
  • The course is clear: Strike with no mercy
  • Pentagon wreckage eerie sight
  • County tries to regain normalcy
  • A day for reflecting, counting blessings
  • Tragedy shows what Americans are made of
  • School Board approves tax rate increase
  • Slaying suspect was trusted friend
  • Reporter's notebook
  • Phone calls thwarted by tragedy
  • Seeking meaning in a mere game
  • Teams return to routines
  • Citrus County Speedway
  • Schools work to get students back on track
  • Attacks force travelers to alter plans
  • Say it
  • This week
  • Lecanto native works in White House
  • School briefs
  • Science academy visits wildlife park


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