The Cincinnati Enquirer
Tuesday, September 19, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 262
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img FATHER CONVICTED OF MURDER
A 29-year-old Hamilton man was convicted Tuesday of aggravated murder and attempted rape in the March slaying of his 2-year-old daughter.

14-YEAR-OLD FIRES GUN IN CLASSROOM
Parents demanded answers from school administrators and police after a student at Mount Healthy North Junior High fired a single shot into the ceiling. No one was hurt. The boy faces charges.
Hot line can tip schools to dangerKids quick to bounce back from traumatic incidents

img REDS 7, GIANTS 1
Osvaldo Fernandez victimized his former team with his third career complete game Monday night, allowing only four hits.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

LOCAL SWIMMER WINS SILVER
Covington Catholic grad Nate Dusing will bring home a silver medal after his U.S. teammates finished second in the 800-meter freestyle relay Tuesday. Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of the 12 Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.
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Sports
Griffey still idled
Collins looking elsewhere for job
Cowboys 27, Redskins 21
Bengals run game going nowhere
Coslet: At least defense 'decent'
Ravens regroup for Bengals
Bearcats look for winning edge
Cooper can feel Paterno's pain
Colerain, Indian Hill top polls
Moeller likely top team on computer
Highlands still No.1 in Ky. poll
Elder-Highlands game should turn profit
N.Ky. high school results
Ohio high school results
Complete prep football coverage

- Today's Sports Page

Local

Probation officers face firing
Family sustains burned mom
Lewis and Clark are back
Stadium dominates Bedinghaus-Portune debate
Transsexual cop sues city
Adults 50-plus need flu shots
Boone's no-jail letter an error
No decision on expanded Port Authority
Cultivating a will to run
Pig Parade: When Pigs Fly
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Venture capital tops $1 billion
Start-up looks for trouble
Tristate's growth to slow
P&G hopes to clean up with tablets
Port authority set to buy Sharonville site
Tristate Summary
Industry notes: Banking
What's the Buzz?

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