December 13, 2001
||Flailing museum turns to classes
[Times photo: Fred Victorin]
A permanent exhibit on JFK can't keep Florida International Museum afloat. Officials hope a deal to offer college classes there will.
Crime takes a bite out of dog
A 3-year-old golden Lab is no match for knife-wielding burglars. Valuables are gone, but Rusty will be okay.
Defense projects in line for boosts
Three Tampa Bay operations are due to receive a significant boost in funding in a 2002 defense bill.
Meals on Wheels will keep on rolling
The program was set to cut 100,000 meals, but now, after government help, it can serve more.
Hinesley is now a topic statewide
The superintendent's new deal, in a time of budget cutting, draws attention in Tallahassee.
Chief apologizes for 'orangutan' remark
St. Petersburg's top cop says there was no racial slur intended in the description of a black suspect's behavior during an arrest.
Judge's house deal probed
The House subpoenas records involving Robert Bonanno's financing of a $450,000 model home.
Neighbors fear marina makeover
The City Council votes today on a $5-million metamorphosis of the Davis Islands basin.
Year-end show has sun, moon and meteors in cosmic cast
The next few days are enough to make an astronomer's pulse race.
Man gets $165,000 in tobacco lawsuit
Each side claims victory in a case that cost millions to bring to trial.
Third Plant City officer is charged in wrongdoing
TAMPA -- A third police officer has been charged in an ongoing federal investigation of wrongdoing at the Plant City Police Department.
South Pinellas headlines
Author: Cheat on the job, not the kids
Police have suspect in string of burglaries
Plot to rob armored truck is a flop
North Pinellas headlines
Casino boat could dock in Tarpon
Neighbors get preview of plans for new mall
Death stuns woman's family
Designer of boats, including pram, dies
Power line on car keeps rescuers at bay
Police chief refocuses department priorities
Decisive action needed for beach development
Young fundraisers should work, not beg, for money
Judge to break the color barrier
Chatterbox's decades-long run nears end
Fire destroys home, holiday gifts
Seven more face cocaine charges
Man faces fraud, theft charges
News of Florida
Budget cuts pass the buck to local schools
Gore in Florida for fundraiser on anniversary of concession
Around the state
Two Democrats could vie for attorney general bid
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