The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, September 10, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 253
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T R A F F I C

CHARLIE BROWN STADIUM?
With all due respect to Paul Brown, the Bengals stunk up their new stadium Sunday in a 24-7 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

INDIANA FIRES KNIGHT
Bobby Knight's temper finally did him in when he grabbed a student by the arm last week to lecture him about manners. Click here for latest updates from Associated Press.

OLYMPIC ROMANCE
Local swimmers Erin Phenix and Nate Dusing are living a real-life Hollywood script as they prepare to compete in Sydney, Australia, beginning this week.
Golden road may be hard for area Olympians

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One out of every three death sentences that Hamilton County prosecutors have won since 1988 contain critical errors that could help killers delay and avoid execution.
Criticized cases
Death penalty process remains slow and unsteady

OUR SURVEY: BUSH OR GORE?
Of the two major presidential candidates, George W. Bush is more truthful, likable and a better leader than Al Gore — but even Bush supporters say Gore is more knowledgeable and experienced.
Talking about religion finds support
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With no time left on the clock, UC's Jason Mammarelli kicked a 47-yard field goal Saturday to shock No. 24 Syracuse (and a national TV audience) 12-10.
Ohio State 27, Arizona 17Miami 34, Eastern Mich. 17

IN THE LINE OF DUTY
Cincinnati Police Officer Kevin Crayon died a hero, but also linked in tragedy with a 12-year-old who made the mistake of trying to grow up too fast. A city mourns the loss of both.
Photo gallery of Officer Crayon's funeral
Complete coverage at Enquirer.com/crayon
Sports

Complete prep football coverage
Reds 6, Pirates 4
Native Reds true to Bengals
Dillon knows he's target
Bengals need to pressure QB
Who has the edge?
Coslet Q&A: Not worried about job
Miami 34, Eastern Michigan 17
Kentucky 27, South Florida 9
North Carolina A&T claims Riverfront Classic
Otterbein 35, Mount St. Joseph 0
Thomas More 41, Urbana 19

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Banks tax battle over
3 killed, 4 hurt in trio of crashes
Program may trim paperwork
Restaurant pickets: 'No truce'
Hiking for a cause
Crowds soak up fun at Jamboree
Fests show off two cultures
Opponent: Prosecutor is stalling
Pig Parade: O'Pen...The Pig Idea
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Ohio electric consumers have the power
California-type crisis not expected in Ohio
Frequently asked questions about power restructuring
PUCO chairman lays plans for deregulation
Tiger may be boosting even Kroger Senior Classic
A big fish in little ponds
Professor foresees super-robot
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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