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September 15, 2001

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World & Nation
  • Bush says bin Laden cannot hide, tells troops to prepare
  • The president's radio address transcript
  • FBI analyzing voice, data recorders from two flights
  • Names of hijackers
  • Aftershocks: In brief
  • Eager to help, reservists wait for call to serve
  • 'Mental health' hotline a blind lead
  • FBI looks for terror's tracks online
  • The War Powers Act
  • Taleban warns U.S. of revenge
  • On dreary day, Bush lifts rescuers' spirits
  • Low-key or loud, New Yorkers join forces in face of disaster
  • Reserves activated for 'homeland defense'
  • Pakistan cooperative so far, officials say
  • For now, Reagan airport stays closed
  • Afghans brace for attack
  • Flying Q&A
  • Excerpts from the Rev. Billy Graham's sermon
  • Russia won't join any U.S. retaliation
  • Text of President Bush speech
  • At mosques: sympathy, ire
  • Pentagon relatives clinging to hope
  • Television evangelists say we got 'what we deserve'
  • 14 hijackers spent time in Florida
  • Prayers fill churches big, small


  • Tampa Bay
  • Grandma accused of spending girl's money
  • Wide-eyed shoppers take in new mall
  • TIA security is intrusive, welcome
  • Florida Power offers to slice bills
  • Two women appointed to state appeals court
  • Area gun buyback program set today


  • State
  • Jeb Bush low-key on terrorism ties
  • Power dinner a prelude to a power shift
  • Audit faults state agency over Medicaid fraud

  • Steve Bousquet
  • Same place for prayer, but a reason so different


  • Business
  • SEC braces for markets' opening bell
  • Even a terrorist attack can't keep good publicists down
  • Recession now likely, experts say
  • Tech Data fills a void
  • Airlines seek protection from crippling litigation
  • Industrial production stumbles
  • Industrial production stumbles
  • Business digest
  • Airline fears bankruptcy


  • South Pinellas
  • 'Spiritual surgeon' offers comfort


  • North Pinellas
  • 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


  • Pasco County
  • Threatened shop owner speaks up
  • A day to gather, to grieve, to pray
  • Coastal cleanup postponed until next Saturday
  • Police reports
  • Sept. 23 service will honor attack victims
  • Delightful 'Charlie Brown': a respite from our anguish


  • Hernando County
  • Wrath wrongly falls on doctor
  • Muslims live amid fear of reprisals
  • Showman polishes new venue
  • Forest ranger files race bias lawsuit
  • Prayer services
  • Little church has big plans in Dade City
  • Census 2000
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    Columnists
    Eric Deggans
  • Stations weave weather coverage into news

  • Steve Bousquet
  • Same place for prayer, but a reason so different

  • Sandra Thompson
  • Manhattan now devoid of a certain visual thrill


  • Sports
    Aftershocks
  • Fear close at hand for players
  • Rays must wait 1 more day
  • Added down time presents Bucs a test
  • All quiet on what would have been a big Saturday
  • What they're saying
  • Tiger will not play in Lancome tournament
  • USF/Jesuit meet off; football games moved to Monday
  • Canceled events

  • Motorsports
  • Petty doesn't mind the underdog role

  • Lightning
  • One line already looks complete

  • Outdoors
  • Daily fishing report

  • College football
  • College football roundup

  • Preps
  • Volleyball notebook
  • Football schedule


  • Entertainment
  • Side show
  • Calendar
  • In the news
  • Off the top


  • Opinion
  • New York stands tall
  • America has been hurt, but we will prevail
  • Loopholes for polluters


  • Newsfeatures
    (Floridian, Weekend, Home&Garden, Taste, Travel)
  • The best seat in the house
  • Home Front
  • Tin Man request beats holiday rush
  • Keep peace by posting, opening all meetings
  • Make writing memoirs enjoyable
  • A hot property
  • The 'green' standard
  • Ask-A-Veterinarian: For cattle, getting blackleg is bad news


  • Hillsborough
  • Slowing pace of life after decades of tracking storms and bad guys
  • A closer look: One Hillsborough church

  • Sandra Thompson
  • Manhattan now devoid of a certain visual thrill


  • Citrus County
  • Callup of reserves goes deep into county
  • Prayers help suppress rage for retribution
  • Owners stage tour to solicit ideas for theater
  • Citrus digest
  • School Board wants budget process altered
  • Citrus High bullfighting mural stays
  • Jewish High Holy Days are upon us
  • Weekend may have impact on fall fishing
  • Outdoors notebook
  • Fishin' in transition
  • Racing tonight at Sunshine Speedway


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