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Saturday, November 10, 2001
A trick-or-treater asks for canned goods, not candy, to feed the hungry in Pasco County. Story
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Updates from the wire:
  • Bush Challenges Allies to Defend Turkey
  • Iraq Approves U-2 Surveillance Flights
  • NASA IDs Debris As Part of Left Wing
  • Ill. Islamic Charity Leader Pleads Guilty
  • Energy Costs Soar With Cold, Iraq Threat
  • Dow Closes Up 56, Nasdaq Gains 14
  • Penguins Trade Kovalev Back to Rangers
  • The Taliban acknowledged on Saturday that they lost the city of Mazar-e-Sharif, and an opposition commander said the attack on the capital, Kabul, would start within days. Story
    FBI: Loner in U.S. sent tainted mail
    TA profile of the person who mailed anthrax letters points to a domestic opportunist. Story
    U.S. to delay entry of Arabs, Muslims
    The visa process for men from some nations will take longer in order to screen for terrorists. Story
    $10 or $10,000? Error shocks telethon donors
    A volunteer leaves off the decimal point when taking pledges, forcing the United Way to verify Sept. 11 donations. Story
    CDC report chronicles anthrax victims' terrible end
    The clinical details, published Friday, paint a grim narrative of the disease, which killed four. Story
    Bush increases airport security
    WASHINGTON -- Bolstering travel security for the holidays, President Bush announced a big increase in National Guard troops patrolling airports and ordered undercover surveys of checkpoints. To world leaders, he declared that "now is the time for action" against terrorism. Story
    Some experts doubt domestic hate groups to blame for anthrax
    SPOKANE, Wash. -- American hate groups have talked for years about using anthrax to strike at the U.S. government. Story

  • Security firm plans overhaul after failures
  • FBI: Loner in U.S. sent tainted mail
  • CDC report chronicles anthrax victims' terrible end
  • Bush increases airport security
  • Some experts doubt domestic hate groups to blame for anthrax
  • Prosecutors talk to fugitive's attorney

  • A Halloween for helping
  • Scanners will help find on fake IDs

    Editorial: Nothing to salvage of THAP
    Editorial: Drug court loss
    Letters: Corporations should join in the spirit of sacrifice
    Lucy Morgan: Legislative foolery tacky in these times
    Sandra Thompson: WMNF 88.5 FM doesn't let size cramp its style

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    The motivator
    Coach Lou Holtz has led South Carolina from winless in 1999 to SEC title contender this season. Tonight, he meets Steve Spurrier and the Florida Gators in a key SEC game. Story
    Arizona upsets Florida
    Wildcats score with 25.9 seconds left to win 75-71. Story
    Stewart: A winner, of sour discontent
    Third in points, immense talent, solid team. All's well, right? Not to Tony Stewart. Story
    Zyuzin trade brings three minor-leaguers
    Tampa Bay sends the defenseman, plagued by injuries in his two-plus seasons, to New Jersey. Story
    West Nile virus found all around bay area
    The recent discovery in Hillsborough is part of what officials say is the statewide march of the virus. Story
    Jury pool empties in inmate's beating
    With many potential jurors connected to the prison system, there are few unbiased peers for four prison guards. Story
    FAA investigating five Florida airport incidents
    TAMPA -- The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating five incidents at Florida airports -- including one at Tampa International Airport -- in which airline employees violated security procedures during final screening of passengers boarding flights. Story

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