The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, August 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 229
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THANKS, COME AGAIN
So many people came to the stadium open house Wednesday that officials are planning another one. Season-ticket holders get their turn tonight.
Tell us what you think. Did you tour the stadium? Are you going today? Use our handy e-mail form.

NUKE WASTE PASSING THROUGH
Two semi-tractor trailers carrying low-level radioactive waste from the former Fernald uranium processing plant will travel through Cincinnati for the first time Monday.
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How did the Reds get swept by the 51-69 Brewers? They were 1-for-26 with runners in scoring position, including 0-for-9 Wednesday.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

SECOND ST. JUST IN TIME
A new section being counted on to relieve traffic will get a good workout right away, with both Bengals and Reds games Saturday.
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. CONVENTION COVERAGE
Go to Enquirer.com/democrats for reports from Enquirer political reporters Howard Wilkinson and Patrick Crowley. Participate in our daily e-mail poll, or ask a question about the convention.

BLACK FAMILY REUNION
About 200,000 people from four states are expected to attend the four-day event beginning today.
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Sports

UC announces basketball schedule
Foley primed to rack up sacks
Dillon to start vs. Bears
No WR help on waivers
LaRue may keep catching spot
Gymnast has Olympics in sights
Moceanu's bid in jeopardy
Cincinnati preps results
Northern Ky. preps results

- Today's Sports Page

Local
'Hill-hopping' driver to get treatment
Student's car linked to slaying
Ruling upheld in Justin case
Ministers oppose Sunday sports
Boys drop pleas in sex assault
Vendors back on streets
HMO dilemma addressed
Maccabi Games in town
One step away from being a bishop
Paratroopers fill skies over Lunken
Chesley among elite fund-raisers
Cool looks in back-to-school clothes
Pig Parade: Hamlich Maneuver
We want to know about 'Survivor' parties
A guide to make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Today's market updates
XU may buy F&W building
Kroll-O'Gara cuts staff in split-up
Downtown gallery shifted directions
15-inch tires in short supply
Local prices jump from '99
Inflation low for July
Tristate Business Summary
Industry notes: Commercial real estate
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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