December 2, 2000
||Two die in Dunedin accidents
DUNEDIN -- On Thanksgiving, Bradley Chase baked a turkey, with all the trimmings. He spread out six plates, one for him and one plate each for his five wolves.
Virus, heavy in bay area, can hit some children hard
Doctors urge parents to watch for symptoms of RSV, a potentially life-threatening respiratory ailment.
Church ousts Lyons as pastor
Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church replaces its leader of 25 years, now in prison, with a man with legal troubles in his past.
Seawater desalination plant is closer to reality
The permit application to build the plant is complete, the DEP tells the contractor. But the agency's schedule for final action could delay the start of construction.
Jury acquits 5 Colombians in drug case
TAMPA -- On the surface, the case looked bleak for the five Colombian fishermen.
South Pinellas headlines
Police union leery of ride-along policy
Man shot outside building
Advent is a time 'to look inward'
The Rev. Benjamin H. Martin Sr., A.M.E. elder
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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