Tampa Bay: October 31, 2000
South Pinellas County news
Will All Children's Hospital join BayCare?
Persistent talk in St. Petersburg leads some to think the hospital may fill the void left by Bayfront.
House race grows in ferocity in final days
ST. PETERSBURG -- With just a week to go before the election, the race for a St. Petersburg state House seat has turned harsh, and expensive.
Dome falls short for disabled fans
A federal study finds that Tropicana Field fails to fully comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Well-respected schoolteacher dies of liver cancer
ST. PETERSBURG -- Mabel R. Manley, an often-honored Pinellas County schoolteacher, died Monday (Oct. 30, 2000) at home. She was 60.
Tampa Bay headlines
Stepping outside the ring for a change
1 killed in pileup on I-75 bridge
Tom Esslinger, charity's director, dies at 67
North Pinellas headlines
Questions cloud water plant plan
North Pinellas digest
Frantic senior center ready for Barbara Bush
County postpones tax break for seniors
City still cobbling together funds for community center
Athletes love the lush feel of new field
Harris' role as peacemaker courageous
'Fixation' on youth curfew took slight time on city clock
Officials: Phone mistaken for gun
Recounting the thrill of the very first Saturn
North Pinellas briefs
Zolciak clinches Mini Stock class championship
STAR Center's new tenant: crime fighter
Model citizen, dutiful worker -- at 10
Pupils sign pledge to reject drugs
Verne K. Burgess, decorated WWI vet
Rabid fox attacks boy, stepfather in their yard
Schools send teacher to help jailed teens
Water projects called harmless to bay
Democrats, Parrotheads sing as one at Gore campaign stop
3-year-old child's death from injuries ruled homicide
Aisenbergs' attorneys want notes on tapes
New witness delays trial in Ybor fatal stabbing
Jimmy Buffett to play at Gore rally
2nd trial begins in slaying, DNA link
News of Florida
Bushes swarming Florida
Around the state
Apalachicola dredging not stopped
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