November 30, 2001
||Homebuilders of the sea
[Times photo: Ken Helle]
Margeaux McCorvey, 17, left, and Chris Garda, 18, students at Chamberlain High in Tampa, drop part of an artificial reef in Tampa Bay on Thursday. At top, marine biology teacher Ted Adams videotapes the release aboard a Hillsborough Environmental Protection Commission boat. Since 1989, students at the school have built artificial reefs from concrete and limestone to provide feeding areas and homes for marine life.
McBride shows he can contend
Bill McBride has greatly improved his sales pitch for becoming Florida's next governor. At the Suncoast Tiger Bay Club on Thursday, he made the best case to date for (1) why he should be the Democratic nominee in 2002 and (2) why he should replace the Republican incumbent, Jeb Bush.
Pinellas judges get an edge in traffic court
Judges get traffic tickets, too. Sometimes they fly along Pinellas County roadways a little too quickly or with too little care, just like the rest of us.
Expert: Food not prone to sabotage
TAMPA -- Parts of the nation's food supply could be easy targets for bioterrorists, but it would be difficult to use food to cause massive sickness or death, an expert on the topic said Thursday.
Ports look to Legislature for security upgrade funds
TALLAHASSEE -- The airline industry has gotten millions from the federal government since Sept. 11 to pay for new security.
Guard, Reserve to call Pinellas home
A joint training facility in Pinellas Park would likely be the new address of units stationed at three outdated facilities in the area.
Judge limits scope of USF bias lawsuit
The judge says the university president and USF Foundation cannot be added as defendants.
South Pinellas headlines
Council gives grand prix the go-ahead
Bird feeders rationed to one ounce a day
St. Pete Beach plucks nearby manager
North Pinellas headlines
Incumbents to compete in Safety Harbor race
Deputy must stop drinking to keep job
Family struggles to cope after crash
Largo police offer to expand territory
Tarpon casino boat shuttle in the works
B&B boosts Safety Harbor's quaintness
Don't allow greed to ruin Tarpon Springs
Pinellas fire under investigation
Lakilak, Dixie Hollins are a cut above foes
United we fa-la-la
City has to pay bill for agency facing turmoil
Car traffic comes back to Franklin
Jury says man should die for murders
News of Florida
Antiterrorism effort jelling, panel told
Agents cross wires on fugitive
House's budget cuts exceed $1-billion
Senator wants elections rules panel abolished
LaBrake may face another inquiry
Where the cuts are
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