October 21, 2000
||Five killed in Seffner home
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
Two children are among the victims. A man, who was barricaded inside the house, is being held for questioning.
Teachers snubbing performance bonus
Extra money for selected educators at public schools labeled as poor performers is largely being refused on principle.
Inquiry evolves, evoking concerns
ST. PETERSBURG -- The two men are connected by a statement that set one of them free and may put the other on Florida's death row.
Robert Ray, 22, succumbs to longtime AIDS struggle
ST. PETERSBURG -- Robert Ray, one of three young Florida brothers who gained nationwide attention after being infected with the AIDS virus from tainted blood, died Friday at All Children's Hospital of complications from the disease. He was 22.
Roten: 'I just wasn't thinking'
LARGO -- Just hours after a biracial girl was shot to death, detectives questioned Jessy Joe Roten about the tattoos that covered his arms, and he denied the markings had anything to do with being a skinhead.
Tampa Bay briefs
Taxi driver killed in crash into building
Regis calls upon local radio host
TAMPA -- Talk about a tense moment.
Dottie Moe Miller, radio host during World War II
Dorothy M."Dottie" Moe Miller, who played popular wartime tunes of the early 1940s that helped call bay area servicemen to reveille, died Sept. 26 at her home in Springfield, Va., of cancer, her brother Robert Moe said. She was 80.
South Pinellas headlines
Student's protest revamps ceremony
Search for truth hurts as much as truth itself
7 treated after ammonia leak
Former Housing Authority employee sues over firing
Cigarette causes fatal house blaze
North Pinellas headlines
Senior tax break passes first test
Smelly situation getting under control
Artists will display, discuss work at Palm Harbor show
Ex-leader to seek mayor's position
Yankees? Mets? Yo! This series is heated
Good grief: Thieves raid pumpkin patch
Area girls flip for gymnastics
Amid all our prosperity, people still go hungry
Physician charged, agrees to plea
No longer in state offices, foster kids still 'in limbo'
How did Old Hyde Park lose its fizz?
Judge's conduct examined
Blade runners on remote turn heads
County raises eyebrows at 3 annexations
Harmless prop or hurtful image?
A closer look: one Hillsborough church
News of Florida
He danced, stripped of clothes, tradition
Man gets 8 years for Medicaid scam
Guard acquitted in inmate assault
New math may be why schools go from F to A
GOP pushes radio network to drop ad
GOP attacks Nelson's insurance tenure
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