Links from the Times for April 21: Tampa Bay Water faces $1M fine
Florida database to track prescription drugs moves closer to reality
An effort to curb prescription drug abuse and stop South Florida's growing pain-clinic industry is headed to the House and Senate floors.
2008 Special Report: Deadly combinations.
Contractor's note supports charge that Sansom got money for pal's jet hangar
On the same day Ray Sansom went before a grand jury to defend against charges he slipped $6 million into the state budget for a friend's jet business, a contractor sent out a notice describing the project as an "airplane hangar."
See a PDF of the bid announcement notice.
More on Ray Sansom's rise and fall.
Committee to hear 'compromise version' of double-dip bill today
A bill that would restrict double-dipping by public employees is being brought back from the dead by members of a Senate committee who voted it down last week.
2008 Special Report:Search a double dippers database.
Car, church in St. Petersburg struck in bullet-riddled mystery
An apparent car chase ended in a church parking lot Monday, leaving behind an empty charcoal-gray Lexus riddled with bullet holes and three other crime scenes, police said.
Earlier this month: An 8-year old girl was killed in a drive-by shooting.