Thursday, November 2, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 302

Not the serial rapist
DNA tests determined that a man charged with breaking into homes and molesting young girls is not the serial rapist who has terrorized the Tristate.

Reds' top candidate?
The Reds interviewed Yankees coach Willie Randolph for a second time amid indications that he is the leading contender for manager.

Holiday crisis
The Downtown Council can't find the city's official Christmas tree for Fountain Square, and time's running out.

Making a future
A 31-year-old single mother fights through law school, debt and dead-end jobs to realize her dream.
(Third of three parts)

Complete local news report

Schools to use dogs in searches
Charters will cost CPS $21 million
City hopes development compromise helps Over-the-Rhine
Driver in police chase dies
Big crowd expected for Barbara Bush
Freedom Center issue in congressional race
'Liberal Portune' TV ad a stretch
Taft hits road for Issue 1
Covington mayoral race gets rougher
Parole board won't free rapist
Police suit over pay disputed
Snowden's new job draws judge's fire
Teens in ecstasy sale remain in detention
Coroner: Gun was pressed to skull
County settles suit over stolen file for $460,000

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Ravens see difference in Bengals
Fisher back in action
Wohlers prefers to stay with Reds
Hamilton native to manager Dodgers
XU expecting breakthrough from McAfee
Complete prep football coverage
West Hi pride of the city
Mercy, McAuley make regional soccer final
Holy Cross reaches Ky. soccer finals
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    • More sports news...

Complete business report

More space in demand at Kenwood
Panamanians raise Chiquita stake
Tristate Summary
Industry notes: Commercial real estate
Fed reports slowing growth
Demand softer for new homes
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Nothing diplomatic about 'dipping'
Joyce Carol Oates hears others' voices
Goodbye, basement shows
Pig Parade: Piggy-Go-Round
Contests lure views to newscasts
Dance legends glide from ballroom to stage
Jump on your weekend
A guide to help make your day
'Dress A Turkey contest' is back

    • More tempo news...

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