Tampa Bay: November 3, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Leader warns tap may run dry
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
Green Student Union representative James Culbert, left and College Democrat representative Lindsey Churchill, center, listen to Shawna Mulford as they prepare to begin a mock presidential debate Monday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
City Council chief Charlie Miranda says Tampa would deny the rest of Hillsborough water only "as a last resort."
Putting their trust -- and their child -- in candidate's hands
Emilio Lefler eats politics for breakfast.
Holt's savings claims disputed
The candidate says Public Defender Julianne Holt has cost taxpayers plenty with poor decisions and lavish spending on technology.
Suspect's race is a key issue in murder trial
A white man is on trial, but a black witness told investigators he saw a black killer.
Gift puts sea cow clinic on display
TAMPA -- A major gift from a private citizen will allow the public to see what goes on behind the scenes at Lowry Park Zoo's manatee hospital.
Grand Hampton adds acres
Despite adding 286 acres, the proposed golf community doesn't plan to add more homes.
TAMPA -- UT's cross country squads will attempt to prolong what has been an outstanding season Saturday when they compete at the NCAA Southeast Region meet at the University of North Florida.
Volleyball team enters final run needing wins
TAMPA -- If this year's University of Tampa volleyball team looks a lot like last year's, you're not seeing double. About 365 days ago, the Spartans were 25-4 and coming off big wins over Barry and North Florida.
TAMPA -- The Bulls lost their Conference USA women's soccer tournament opener in St. Louis, but they didn't go quietly.
Freud analyzed as a revolutionary
Say you fell asleep at a university lecture about Sigmund Freud, and you had a dream about your mother. What would that mean aside from, "you've been staying up studying too late?"
UT seeks business role model
The school's College of Business seeks nominees for its seventh annual Ethics Award and hopes to reinforce eroding values.