The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 13, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 225
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img STADIUM KEEPSAKE
Don't miss the 16-page guide to the new Paul Brown Stadium in today's print edition. It includes a level-by-level tour and a profile of the stadium's namesake. Get one before they're sold out.
Paul Brown Stadium opens this week. Click here for details.

Top stories

STADIUM ALMOST WASN'T
Battles over money, location and power threatened to send the Bengals to another city. Yet, each time, someone found a way out.

img TWO FOR THE TITLE
No. 15 seed Tim Henman of England, giant killer in the Tennis Masters Series Cincinnati, plays No. 7 seed Thomas Enqvist of Sweden at 1 p.m.
Complete tournament coverage at Enquirer.com/tennis2000

OH, HAPPY DAY!
When Fort Washington Way reopens Monday morning, truckers will be rejoicing along with downtown commuters.
MapOpening datesEasier to drive
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imgMiami leader dies
Paul G. Pearson, the school's president from 1981 to 1992, succumbed to cancer.

Elevated rail proposed
N.Ky. leaders see a sky loop linking the downtown and riverfront areas.
Sports

Reds 3, Cubs 0
Extra practice helping LaRue
Griffey gets 100 RBI
Henson: Big talent, big choice
Akili, Mitchell could rotate
Bengals' secondary improved
Dusing, Wales miss cut in 100 free
Lindsay may transfer to UC

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Democratic Convention coverage
Reds park faces insurance spat
Speak out - but not too far out
Trucker charged in deaths
Book bags laden with help
Concert review: 98
Covington reclaiming city park
Everything's ducky with him
Sage Tavern to serve coffee
Pig Parade: Pigmalion
Who should be cast away?
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Pumping life into cities' neighborhoods
Visa: Now for kids too
Universal trying for global comeback
Hand-held, but easy on the eye
It's time to get serious viruses
RiverCity Charter piloting a steady course
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Democratic Convention
Reform Party
EgyptAir crash report
Bush Gore
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Bronson - Editorial
Equal abuse for Al Gore
Byczkowski - New Economy
Main Street knows road to success
Crowley - Ky. Politics
Pre-convention battles business as usual for Democrats
Daugherty - Everyday
Son isn't ready to accept parents' aging
Daugherty - Sports
It's hard to be saint in the city
Demaline - Arts
ETC adds 'Glimmer' to season
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Woman has vision for herself, deaf/blind group
Kiesewetter - TV/Radio
Jonathan Winters loosens up
Pulfer - Metro
Legislating the life out of our city
Samples - Kentucky
Powerball winner is loser
Wilkinson - Politics
Gore heir to adulation of stars
Bottorff - Video Games
Campbell - Dining
Eckberg - Daily Grind
Higgins - Personal Finance
Knippenberg - Knip's Eye View
McGurk - Movies
Ramsey - Education
Radel - Metro
Sullivan - Sports
Vonderhaar - Wheels

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