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November 28, 2001

Tampa Bay: November 28, 2001
Clues lead forensic business to new home: Largo
[Times photo: Boyzell Hosey]
Several factors attracted ballistics specialist Forensic Technology Inc. to the area.
North Pinellas County news
Renovate a fire station only to destroy it?
That is the quandary facing Dunedin, where some workers say Fire Station No. 2 makes them sick.

Beach visitors center in limbo
The future of a planned Clearwater Beach center is uncertain as a study shows little need for one and hopes for a grant fade.

Guest list includes sled team, military dogs
An event at the animal services shelter will include pet holiday photos, demonstrations and pet health tips.

Agency's radiation booklet criticized
The section on the Stauffer site dissatisfies a watchdog group, but its section on the basics wins praise.

Old ties leave Oldsmar in knots
City officials have been trying since September to get CSX Transportation to remove the stacks of old wooden ties.

Don't be afraid of holiday flying
Bravo to Tampa International Airport and all the other airports we traveled through during the Thanksgiving holiday.

Ex-pastor sentenced in sex case
He is sentenced to 46 months in prison for having sex with his teenage stepdaughter.

Military news

Tampa Bay headlines
  • Suspicious bag forces evacuation at airport
  • County's health costs run deficit
  • Carefree lawn in trouble
  • Fear adds weight to mail crush
  • Officials dig into money handling
  • Cops target local Mideast men
  • Ashcroft: U.S. will win Al-Najjar case
  • School district sued over needle stabbing
  • Tampa Bay briefs
  • Wave of opponents kills Crow's treated-wood bill

  • Howard Troxler
  • Ladies and gentlemen, start your skepticism

  • South Pinellas headlines
  • Honoring emergency workers
  • RV park, developer reach deal, end suits
  • Stuffed wallet lands in four honest hands
  • For work or play?
  • 'Tourists' in Pinellas Park see it in new light
  • One kind of terrorism never ceases
  • Two of 3 Kinkade galleries close
  • Fresh fish, fine wine fill the bill at store
  • Military news
  • Living remembrance
  • Schools name candidates for top Support Employee
  • Mounds of the past cleared for growth
  • Parking meters crop up in John's Pass
  • Blood, sweat and cheers
  • Northeast High to honor its top athletes, coaches
  • Book takes a look at life of a firefighter
  • With barber's death comes passing of era
  • Causeway bridge lookouts need a new post
  • Promises to police officers made good
  • Rabbits reproduce into pests
  • Santa Parade gets rolling on Saturday
  • Hotel wants to let guests travel on air
  • Club's success leads to start of men's league
  • Bikes help get handle on law enforcement
  • Renovated Bardmoor gets positive feedback

  • Hillsborough headlines
  • Mayor's wife's business role may pose conflict
  • Ex-wife sticks with tale of murder

  • Ernest Hooper
  • The future of black people; the war here and now

  • News of Florida
  • A chief of Florida security is named
  • Panel expands Bonanno inquiry
  • Murder witness admits he lied
  • Publisher Lynda Keever named to Hall of Fame
  • Florida chief holds service record
  • Records bills clear a Senate panel
  • Lawmakers agree to restore probation cuts
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