The Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday, Sept. 10, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 254
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B U S I N E S S
W E A T H E R
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Top stories
lynch JURY WANTS LYNCH TO DIE
Parents of the 6-year-old girl killed by the pedophile said justice was served by the jury's recommendation.
PICKENS DEAL IS STUNNER
Less than 72 hours before the season opener, star receiver Carl Pickens returned to the Bengals locker room after one of the most bizarre chapters in franchise history.
- Bengals sold their soul Paul Daugherty column
pickens
mr red
REDS CAN'T GAIN GROUND
They went 6-2 on a road trip and lost 1 1/2 games to the Astros, who went 7-0.
Scouting report: Reds vs. Marlins
Taft offers $10.2 billion to rebuild schools
Governor says East Africa buildings are in better shape than Ohio's.
Biotech gets big boost
Business and medical leaders have plan to create major center for biomedical research and development.
Special
weekend FALL ARTS PREVIEW
Check our big, big list of fall concerts, art exhibits, movies, and more.
Sports
High School Football Page
Schools struggle for players
Opening doors for black QBs
Wingfield spends night in jail
Another ex-UC player charged
Buckeyes face thinned UCLA squad
Offense fits Miami receiver
ESPN discovers RedHawks
Ohio high school results
N.Ky. high school results

- Today's Sports Page

Local
'Bridge of bras' reconsidered
Shopkeeper 'sorry' killed robber
Temples increase security
Greeting cards for Rosh Hashana
Crash victims 'had no chance'
Covington Oktoberfest for everyone
Sweet time at Honey Festival
Parade opens Harvest Home Fair
Guide to help make your day
Riverfest photo gallery

- Today's Local Page

Business
Gamers snatch up Dreamcast
Hasbro trades $$ for Pokemon
Superfos: Ashland bid too low
Home-improvement chain closing
9/9/99 just a yawn
Tristate business summary
Industry notes: Manufacturing
People on the move
Latest market reports

- Today's Business Page

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