October 13, 2001
Brokaw's aide tests positive
A broadening national bioterrorism investigation turned toward St. Petersburg late Friday after NBC officials disclosed that a New York employee has contracted anthrax.
Airport security lacks staff
TAMPA -- At a time when the nation's airports need security the most, the companies that hire and train baggage screeners are having a tougher time than ever keeping people on the job.
As always, faith compels them to help
At a time when many Americans feel helpless as they face a protracted conflict and possibilities of further terrorism in their back yards, some citizens quietly continue their efforts to transform the world for good.
Ex-TV reporter adjusts to life in the rich lane
It may seem as though Cathy Unruh's life became a fairy tale when she quit her job as a TV reporter to marry a multimillionaire. But it wasn't as easy as it might seem, she says.
Tampa Bay briefs
Pinellas chooses new administrator
South Pinellas headlines
Chief may fire officer for viewing Web porn
Preparing for cuts, USF plans to lobby
North Pinellas headlines
White substance on envelopes proves not to be anthrax
Miami-Dade official chosen for Pinellas
Brawl in nightclub lot brings 18 arrests
Developer closes in on new project
Gas tax pushed to spruce up boulevard
Jays offer $500,000 toward training facility
Downtown storefronts to share theme
Here's the scoop: Pups to get personal park
Official talks up development reform
Man accused of attacking woman leaving nightclub
Children, teens are reminded they do matter
Teen gets 3 1/2 years in pal's crash death
School officials look at ideas for cuts
Rooster Parade returns Sunday for fifth year
Norman piles up campaign cash for commission run
Judge loses bid to delay her misconduct trial
A closer look: One Hillsborough Church
County workers rally for higher pay
News of Florida
State targets loopholes in license rules
Judges' impeachment probe opens
Bush offers plan to recharge economy
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