September 15, 2001
TIA security is intrusive, welcome
TAMPA -- Michael Gilot is an example of the flying future.
Grandma accused of spending girl's money
ST. PETERSBURG -- Trellis Flemmings knew the value of insurance.
Florida Power offers to slice bills
Its proposal calls for a 3.5 percent cut for the next 15 years and establishes a credit of $75-million. A review of its rates and any overcharges continues.
Two women appointed to state appeals court
TAMPA -- Gov. Jeb Bush appointed two women Friday to the 2nd District Court of Appeal.
Area gun buyback program set today
TAMPA -- With a national tragedy still unfolding and a tropical storm moving across the state, folks with Cease Fire Tampa Tampa Bay almost canceled their plans for this week.
South Pinellas headlines
'Spiritual surgeon' offers comfort
North Pinellas headlines
Passion for prayer deflects the rain
Near Capitol, vet recalled combat
Center gathers food and clothing for relief workers
Developer sweetens condo proposal
Under Feaster, Largo became city
Don't put school in High Point, board told
Boy killed while riding scooter, FHP says
Man, 21, charged in toddler's beatings
Church's answer is from afar
Slowing pace of life after decades of tracking storms and bad guys
A closer look: One Hillsborough church
Manhattan now devoid of a certain visual thrill
News of Florida
Jeb Bush low-key on terrorism ties
Power dinner a prelude to a power shift
Audit faults state agency over Medicaid fraud
Same place for prayer, but a reason so different
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