The Cincinnati Enquirer
Thursday, September 28, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 271
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TEACHER CHARGED IN NET SEX
A popular English teacher who left Princeton Junior High this spring was indicted on charges of sending sexually explicit material from his home to at least seven students.

LeBEAU ADDS DISCIPLINE
In his first practice as head coach, Dick LeBeau took control of the Bengals like a father taking privileges away from his sons until they bring up their grades in school.
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img JONES WINS SECOND GOLD
Marion Jones won the 200 meters today, and the Williams sisters won the doubles gold. Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.

GONE WITH THE WIND
A week after a tornado tore threw the rural town of Xenia, Ohio, streets are cleared of debris and power has been restored. But many residents were wiped out by the storm.

JUDGES TIGHTEN DRUG-TEST RULES
Hamilton County's judges have changed the way convicted felons are tested for drugs after learning many were not tested at all. And they approved disciplinary hearings for probation officers.
Sports
Brewers 10, Reds 6
Bowden praises McKeon
Lawsuit: Scrap Bengals seating arrangement
Slow start bothers Dillon
Prep forward favoring UC
Satterfield up for Naismith
Hoover ready to lead UC
Miami's Bath goes from backup to star
St. X players disciplined for hazing
CovCath cancels series with Beechwood
High School Highlights
Ohio high school results
N.Ky. high school results
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Low performing schools will get extra attentionKentucky school scores
Officer dragged 20 ft. by car
Family Doberman attacks toddler
Relations with police hashed
$42 million buys West Chester lot of park
Butler to cover official's giveaways
Frank talk advised
A City in the Making
Patton pushes student health
City pledges to build character
City to open time capsule
Clermont water, sewer bills cut
End to property transfer tax asked
Events leading to fatal shots detailed in court
Pig Parade: O Sowlo Meeeeeo
A guide to help make your day

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Business
Calif. startup looking here
Video e-mail just got easier
Persistent buyer wins Longworth's
Aircraft, electronics boost August rebound
DHL Airways opening center in Hebron
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