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December 5, 2000
Tampa Bay: December 5, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Buddies survive to find one missing
BRANDON -- As his car sank into a retention pond, Brandon Edgar's thoughts turned as murky as the dark water swiftly spilling onto his lap.
Deputy off the job for 3 days
Suspected of four offenses, the manager of a mobile home park for migrants is suspended for one of them.
Judge rejects theft charge against psychic
TAMPA -- A Hillsborough judge threw out a grand theft charge Monday in the case of a woman who gave a self-proclaimed psychic thousands of dollars to relieve a curse.
Police seek man in two robberies
TAMPA -- Two robberies within minutes of each other Monday night in the Palma Ceia area may have been committed by the same man, police said.
Tampa Bay headlines
Close aide knew extent of Coe's debt, troubles
Lyons' replacement has outstanding warrants
Attorneys lower fees in desegregation case
Lawyer says child should stay where he is
Tampa Bay in brief
Church leader enters hospice
Activist considering joining mayoral race
Starbucks seen as welcome jolt to city
Beach resident fills city position
Hospital neighbors want to wall off noise
Altercation lands septuagenarians in jail
Avenue Players exiting Tarpon
Land deal kicks YMCA project into gear
Caretaker wants good owners for wolves
North Pinellas digest
Burdines to open furniture gallery
College Hill residents need to stop name-calling
Times lawsuit seeks Clearwater e-mails
Two stores help the Haven have Christmas
North Pinellas in brief
Perry overcomes incident for Heritage Harbor victory
News of Florida
Specialty plate revenue doesn't always reach its cause
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