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Sunday, July 9, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 190
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TESTING BONDS OF LOVE, RACE
Lisa and Michael Zaret wanted a child, not a debate. Today, the Anderson Township couple is involved with a landmark legal case that may help guide interracial adoptions in America.
Boy's death changed federal law
Adoption requirements and numbers

GOOD NIGHT LADLES
The chili tasted a little saltier than usual. Maybe it was the tears. Camp Washington Chili closed Saturday.
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The Moving Wall, a traveling, half-size replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., is on display in Clifton through Friday.

REDS DRIVE IN FANS
Home attendance is up about 33 percent from last year and on pace to challenge the franchise record of 2.6 million set in 1976.
Reds, baseball missing black fans
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Ken Griffey Jr. dazzled another sellout crowd with two home runs and a career-high eight RBI, and the Reds climbed back to .500 with their third straight win.
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FAST-FOOD SPEED TEST
Wendy's, rated the fastest drive-through in a national survey, also scored best in our local spotcheck.
INFOGRAPHIC: See how your local restaurant fared
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POLAR BEARS UP CLOSE
The Cincinnati Zoo's new exhibit, which opened Saturday, lets visitors go nose-to-nose with the "Lords of the Arctic."
Sports

Wimbledon finals
Gymnasts advance toward Olympics
Flesch shares Western lead
McNick QB going to Elder
XU courting Purcell star
Sylvester injured at Nike
Anderson accepts Met challenge
French player wins Met debut
Met tennis results, schedule
Griffey's low week ends on high
Griffey needs to repair image
Reds decision: Neagle or Larkin?
Larkin, Reds drift apart
Stynes no longer secret weapon

- Today's Sports Page

Local
AME won't reserve bishop spot for woman
Greasy test planned for buses
Metallica fans jam Speedway
Earthquake risk exists in Ohio
Diva driven by faith
Latest 'Potter' puts Harry under fire
'Potter' book does vanishing act
'Chorus Line' almost a singular sensation
Soup's on at St. Rita Fest
Pig Parade: King Millie
Who should be cast away?
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Power outages predicted
Kings Island visitors can keep in touch
Drafting firm offers much more
Small-business diary
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