The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, Jan. 16, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 16
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camera image FIREFIGHTER'S LIFELINE
Two Monroe firefighters owe their lives to the thermal-imaging camera that helped colleagues find them in a Jan. 8 fire. Only about 10% of U.S. departments have the high-tech rescue tool.

JAYWALKING TICKET NABS KILLING SUSPECT
A jaywalking ticket led police to a suspect in the Christmas shooting death of a store clerk and mother of eight.

pig LEADING THE PIG PARADE
Take a first look at some designs proposed by artists for the Pig Gig, an outdoor art project that aims to fill the downtowns of Cincinnati, Newport and Covington with hundreds of full-scale fiberglass porkers.

UPSCALE VILLAGE PLANNED IN UNION TWP.
Union Centre Boulevard, the interchange opened two years ago to attract commercial development in burgeoning Union Township, apparently has done just that.

basketball
XAVIER HITS ANOTHER ROADBLOCK
It was a frustrated Xavier locker room heavy on “I don't knows” after the Musketeers' third loss in their last four road games.
Miami 55, Akron 48UK 64, So. Car.48NKU 92, Mo.-St. Louis 63
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Check out Cincinnati.com/freetime for a guide to the best entertainment of the season. We spotlight the most anticipated performances in dance, film, art, music and theater.
Sports
Opening Day sells out
Redsfest schedule
NFL playoff coverage
Colts, Titans bury 'em by sack
16-1 UC better than last year
Alford unwelcome at Indiana?
Akili or 9 picks: 'a wash'?
Mason girls crush USA's No. 3
Cincinnati girls basketball
Cincinnati boys basketball
Ursuline, St. X swim into lead
Newport claims All 'A' Ninth Region
Walton Verona makes All-A state
N.Ky. girls basketball
Walz leaves troubles behind

- Today's Sports Page

Local
bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.

Martin Luther King Day events
Kings Island No. 1 in Ohio
Parent alert on sex education
Remaking Sycamore Hill
Council to vote on grant
Taft stays the course
Boat, travel show downtown
Centers join transplant coalition
Habitat not joining affiliates
Fernald panel backs process
New trauma system in works
Turfway's attendance rising
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Frisch's goes far for workers
Financial Independence Day
Merger mania cool among banks
Office market humming along
Banks: Y2K updates good investment
Retailers shop for information
Small-business diary
Priciest home sales

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
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Serb war criminal assassinated
Cuban boy
Letterman surgery
GOP race Dem race
Chechnya
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Parent alert on sex education
Bronson - Editorial page
The dream came true
Campbell - Dining out
New burrito on the block
Crowley - Ky. Politics
They're dancing with the voters
Demaline - Arts
New 'Civil War' comes to Aronoff
Daugherty - Sports
Does Lindner have lock on wallet
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Want to get noticed? Get on the phone
Hawthorne - Capitol Insider
Schuler in line for GOP chairmanship
Kaufman - Benchmarks
Doctor released; trial was unfair
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Open captioning has come
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Clooney hopes to inject some 'live' into television
Knippenberg - Knip's Eye View
Even Sarah picks 'bums'
McGurk - Movies
At Sundance, a declaration for independents
Samples - Kentucky
Time for Trixie's artwork is over
Sullivan - Sports
Unfitting end for Marino
Wilkinson - Politics
Ohio GOP chiefs send mixed signals
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