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September 14, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Pakistan offers to help U.S., up to a point
  • Engineer: Impact showed World Trade Center's strength
  • What is Islam?
  • Report: Bin Laden sought new hiding place Tuesday
  • Indonesia ripe for bin Laden
  • Russia joins NATO to oppose terrorism
  • Risks don't slow volunteer resolve
  • Victims: Scout, nurse, family
  • Congress nears passage of antiterrorism aid
  • Attack victims
  • Nearby buildings may be stable
  • Men linked to the investigation
  • Passenger planes won't carry cargo
  • War will be long, focused on goals
  • Apocalypse seen in recent events
  • Desperate relatives plaster fliers all over
  • Navy moves operations center after attack on Pentagon
  • Attack victims were from around world
  • 'I walked out .... I made it out alive'
  • Outpouring of grief and sympathy sweeps across globe
  • Nervous nation awaits answers
  • Mexican plane crash kills 16 U.S. tourists
  • Tanks again on the move in West Bank


  • Tampa Bay
  • Cancellations and postponements
  • More vigils, fund drives planned
  • Grounded airlines get green light, but few jets in the air
  • Muslims feel local backlash
  • Tampa Bay briefs


  • State
  • Attack suspects blended into suburbia
  • A trail of contradictions
  • Aftershocks notebook
  • Ethics complaint filed over Crist's free plane flight
  • Leon official resigns state job
  • Fasano resigns as House majority leader


  • Business
  • Travel agents busy helping fliers get home
  • In brief
  • Companies taking stock of workers as hopes dim
  • Grounding of planes slows mail efficiency
  • Oracle tops earnings forecasts
  • Markets to reopen Monday
  • Buildings, lives may lay in rubble, but markets endure
  • 25 Questions
  • Business today


  • South Pinellas
  • St. Petersburg council okays tax rate, budget


  • North Pinellas
  • Mayor Aungst to seek new term
  • Police: Arson destroys home
  • Ridgecrest center is closed and in the red
  • Pinellas digest
  • Honored Greek folk musician dies
  • Couple face questioning in boy's injuries
  • Report: Give EPA monitor freedom
  • Hospital needs to care about neighbors' needs
  • Start of season bowls 'em over in Pinellas league
  • Ammunition discovery shuts down East Bay
  • Best bets
  • Flower of youth
  • Happenings


  • Pasco County
  • Afghani refugee expresses same horror as Americans
  • Commission nicks property tax rate
  • State begins investigating Pasco agency
  • Gun buyback is for our safety -- period
  • Seeing signs of patriotism everywhere
  • Victim of fatal crash identified
  • Former editor files complaint
  • Need outpaces money for schools
  • Police reports
  • Stormwater utility fee moves closer to reality
  • This week
  • Art is the name of the game
  • Labels revive memories of Pasco citrus industry
  • Bright colors, jutting angles characterize artwork
  • New Port Richey plan for tax breaks challenged
  • In brief
  • Taking a break might help kids understand
  • Football games postponed


  • Hernando County
  • Ugly words and acts of hate
  • Ugly words and acts of hate
  • Prep games are postponed
  • Prayer services
  • Residents relate tales of their lost loved ones
  • State investigates Pasco agency
  • County says dead pigeon had West Nile
  • New plan suggests merger of hospitals
  • The hospital debate involves many dimensions
  • Production of 'Peanuts' play keeps traditional approach
  • This week
  • Ferris has stroke of luck in first pro victory
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Howard Troxler
  • Life's routines press in on grief

  • Mary Jo Melone
  • Fear haunts our neighbors, the ones who practice Islam

  • Susan Taylor Martin
  • A neighborhood and a survivor remember squad's 'fire boys'

  • Jan Glidewell
  • Reactions in tough times show our core

  • Robert Trigaux
  • Business world's losses reach into the bay area

  • Gary Shelton
  • NFL postponements right on the mark


  • Sports
    Bucs
  • Bucs search for ways to help victims of attack

  • NFL
  • NFL calls off Week 2
  • NFL questions and answers

  • College football
  • I-A football games on hold
  • College football in brief

  • Devil Rays/baseball
  • Delay lasts longer
  • Rupe misses workout
  • Baseball briefs

  • NHL/Lightning
  • Preseason games canceled Sunday
  • Cullen offers hope to Koivu

  • Mutiny
  • Mutiny's season is finished

  • Motorsports
  • NASCAR moves New Hampshire 300 to November

  • On the air
  • Stations rearrange coverage

  • Et cetera
  • Writers give first-hand account of tragedy
  • Sports in brief

  • Preps
  • County postpones football, other events
  • Hillsborough postpones football, other games
  • Pinellas football briefs
  • Effects of attack not visible at game
  • Precise serving helps Lecanto to win


  • Entertainment
  • Off the top
  • Side show
  • Bad timing for a decent thriller
  • In the news
  • It's a parody without parody


  • Opinion
  • The war on terrorism
  • In showing our colors, America shows its unity
  • And now, Gabrielle


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Weekend, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • Is your last name first?
  • The wizard's fix-all


  • Hillsborough
  • Visit to question man quickly turns deadly
  • International Plaza
  • Mall's leases were roundly criticized
  • 7 sentenced for drug smuggling
  • International Plaza opens with freshly trained troops


  • Citrus County
  • Mideast families feel safe in county
  • Disaster intensifies desire to serve
  • Prayer services scheduled today
  • Good news, bad news, no news
  • A small gesture to share the grief
  • Parkway brings many positives to the bay area
  • Assistant principal is Citrus High grad
  • Woman charged with first-degree murder
  • Lecanto suddenly a threat
  • Pirates hand off a tradition to McNally
  • SCORE, CFCC to present two small business courses


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