Tampa Bay: December 2, 2000
South Pinellas County news
Presidential wranglers reach out to Pinellas elections chief
Deborah Clark's life these days can be summed up like this: Cold pizza and subpoenas.
Police union leery of ride-along policy
ST. PETERSBURG -- Riding with a police officer could become nearly as tough as becoming one if the police union is successful in restricting members of the public from spending a shift in a patrol car.
Man shot outside building
ST. PETERSBURG -- A man was shot Friday evening in an industrial area just south of Woodlawn Park. He was being treated at Bayfront Medical Center.
Advent is a time 'to look inward'
Church leaders stress the somber tone of the season, and bemoan the fact that it is often taken up with the pursuit of materialism.
The Rev. Benjamin H. Martin Sr., A.M.E. elder
ST. PETERSBURG -- The Rev. Benjamin H. Martin Sr., retired presiding elder of the Tampa District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, has died at 88.
Tampa Bay headlines
Virus, heavy in bay area, can hit some children hard
Church ousts Lyons as pastor
Seawater desalination plant is closer to reality
Jury acquits 5 Colombians in drug case
Two die in Dunedin accidents
North Pinellas headlines
Scientology critics plan protest this weekend
Report: Future spring-training site gleams
Academy taking steps to keep girls safe
Palm Harbor fine-tunes event's image
Deputies search for robber of Publix
She nourishes a sense of altruism
Mark your calendar
LaFleur's Gymnastics a state champ, again
Bethlehem brought back to life
A perfect 10
Lap dance ordinance challenged
Proposal: Delay rise in sales tax
Olympic group pushes redevelopment plan
A closer look: one Hillsborough church
News of Florida
Rapid rail push still at full steam
Medical board targets fraud in walk-in clinics
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