Tuesday, October 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 286
Bring on the grass
The artificial turf has been ripped up. Crews begin grinding up the blacktop this week. Cinergy is going au naturel.
Reds park within budget

Bengals' consolation:
1934 was worse

Sixty-six years ago, Cincinnati's NFL team was shut out six times and scored a league-record low 37 points.
Complete Bengals coverage at Cincinnati.com/bengals

City Hall service Thursday Thousands are expected to file past a coffin draped with the city flag and pay last respects to civil rights champion Theodore M. Berry.

Mo. governor dies in plane crash
Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan was killed in a plane crash Monday night outside St. Louis. His son, who was flying the plane, and a campaign adviser were also killed. Carnahan was running for the Senate.

Complete local news report

Girl, 12, guilty of bomb threat
Landfill owner sues city
Former executive's indictment dropped
Airport to get cell-phone friendlier
Airport approves plan for new parking deck
KKK appears to have law on its side
House race a sleepy hollow
FOP backs Lucas, Buring and Henson
Clergy group endorses school levy
Cleves arrests a first
High schools say Title IX forms completed
Officials praise gas crisis response
Taft to hit road for Bush
UC endowment tops $1 billion

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Bengals could set record for futility
Stats well below NFL average
Broncos don't have trouble scoring
Titans 27, Jaguars 13
UC's McElroy ready for anything
UC hopes Kenner OK for Miami
UK's Mumme seeks to end skid
OHSAA restricts eligibility for transfers
Soccer tournament highlights
Cincinnati high school results
N.Ky. high school results
Complete prep football coverage at Enquirer.com/prepfootball

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Fifth Third growth will create 500 jobs
Fifth Third profits rise 17 percent
NS Group stock dips by 37.76%
Other Earnings Reports
Edgecliff boosts offer for Lodgian
Federated sells savvy
Industry notes: Banking
Tristate Summary
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Homecoming queen fulfills dream
UC bench warmer hopes book inspires youth
Pig Parade: Pig 4, Sow What Ye Reap, Wings of Hope
Dulli lightens up with Twilight Singers
'Sex and the City' writer takles no shortcuts
What Tristaters are reading
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...

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