Tampa Bay: September 29, 2000
South Pinellas County news
Council delays vote on Bayfront plan
City Council members say they can't draw a conclusion until they have more information.
Housing agency chief gets raise
After receiving a 10 percent boost, executive director Darrell J. Irions will earn more than the mayor of St. Petersburg.
Bend your fender? Police will be there
St. Petersburg officers will again investigate minor wrecks and document domestic arguments.
Two felons accused of terrorizing woman
Police say the woman's home was chosen because a light was on.
Tampa Bay headlines
Playing hide and seek with the feds
Jury: Fleeing mom no criminal
Coe accessed gambling Web sites
Tampa Bay briefs
Ex-investigator is accused of child sex abuse
Judge settles suit between Bucs, fans
Aisenberg tapes may be played
Lake Park loss may be a boon elsewhere
North Pinellas headlines
Collector preserves Olympic glory
Abuse suspect arrested in Tennessee
Sponger plays where his heart is
Street project grates on residents
Dad: 'There is a gift from prayer'
City will celebrate turning 30 with bash
Omni Center protests bring chance to make amends
New stadium needed to help Clearwater thrive
Free or reduced-cost mammograms for eligible women
City tournament rolls into Liberty
Teens pipe up for safer schools
Checks bouncing in wake of ex-school board hopeful
Ybor fliers a nuisance, council says
Soccer team rebounds after rough beginning
UT faculty takes broad strokes
HCC opens its doors to trades
News of Florida
Gore's backers: GOP out to scare
Group: McCollum anti-environment
Suit challenges pool safety law
Bush brothers pop up in potion peddler's magazine
Florida Bar to investigate commission's actions
March trial set in teacher's killing
FDLE worker protests punishment for shirt's message
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