Sunday, November 5, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 305
Turned away
Our biggest hospitals are turning away life squads more than ever, raising questions about whether years of cost-cutting have cut too deep.

Payback time?
The Baltimore Ravens kicked sand in their faces five weeks ago, winning 37-0. Since then, the 98-pound weaklings have been flexing some muscle. The rematch is today.

Bush's mother here
The former First Lady will appear at a rally at Lakota East High School as parties turn their efforts to getting out the vote.

Stadium chunks sell fast
Fans bought up thousands of Cinergy Field seats, pieces of AstroTurf and other remnants from the demolition of the east side of the stadium.

Prep football playoffs
Fairfield upset top-seeded Moeller, while Elder, St. Xavier and Colerain won other Division I playoff games Saturday night. Get all the details and next week's pairings.



LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Teacher arrested in Internet sex sting
Trooper speaks out about child killer
Archbishop spreads call to evangelize
Man injured in boat crash
McCain asks Ohioans to vote for Bush
Push for Bush relaxes in Ohio
Apartment group switches, supports CPS levy
Piper blasted over donation
Henry denies wife's assistant funded by taxpayers
Ky. Senate race suddenly close
Nine aim to change way Ludlow works
Politically involved racing toward goal
Final review due in shooting
Health fair to aid area Hispanics

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals imitate Ravens' defensive style
Improved defense starts with line
Trade talks, arbitration next for Reds
Boone gets to manage son
UC 32, Alabama-Birmingham 21
UC passer finding the touch
UC 129, California Southeast All-Stars 73
Grove needs to show stuff in early games
Redshirt freshman growing on XU
Miami 27, Ohio 24
Ohio boys cross country
Ohio girls cross country
Kentucky boys cross country
Kentucky girls cross country
Boys regional soccer
Girls regional soccer
Holy Cross loses Ky. soccer final
Auto Racing Insider
Grand Rapids 6, Cyclones 3
Mighty Ducks 3, Syracuse 0

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Eastern Ky. sees nature as attraction
Disaster worries growing kayak area
Protecting corporate computer networks
The whole truth ... for a fee
Small-business diary
Small firms have stake in election
Vacation time can be asset
Deal for Dial? So far, no soap
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Send us your memories of Kunzel
Married, with stardom
Reading grad acquiring a most-recognizable face
Pig Parade: One Thousand One Arabiham Nights
Volunteer with a mission
A cappella octet finds a new home
CSO harpist takes center stage
Portraits capture lost cul ture
A guide to help make your day
'Dress A Turkey contest' is back

    • More tempo news...


keyword search
Search our site by keyword:  
Search also: News | Jobs | Homes | Cars | Classifieds | Obits
Events | Dining | Movies | Hotels | Golf | Maps/Directions

Search Local Yellow Pages with

reader interaction
poll
Should the Reds have hired Boone?
Teen driver survey
Vote for your favorite Big Pig Gig pig




FIND A HOME

Realtor listings
Rental communities

Search classifieds:

Optional keyword/s:
 

Search for rentals

FIND A CAR

Search used cars

Find a local dealer:
 

FIND STUFF

Search classifieds
Place an ad now!
 
advertiser


AP Headlines

Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Deadly Storm Wipes Out Road at Mt. Hood

1 Dead in Calif. Train Derailment

Houston Landscaper Accused of Bigotry

Army Officer to Be Court-Martialed

Four Plead Guilty in Ore. Ecoterror Case

Army Charges Ex-Sergeant in 3 Killings

Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007


MORE HEADLINES: Sports | Business | Local

enquirer columns
Bronson - Editorial: Politics turns ugly
Byczkowski - New Economy: Candidates close on Net issues
Campbell - Dining: Fall menus
Crowley - Ky. politics: Ex-Miss America gets right into swing of politics
Daugherty - Everyday: Thank veterans by voting
Daugherty - Sports: DiMaggio book tells more than we want to know
Demaline - Arts: City panel misses mark on advocacy
McGurk - Movies: 'Bagger Vance' misses its shot
Nager - Nightspot: BarrelHouse taps into original sound
Pulfer - Metro: A personal piece of the puzzle
Samples - Kentucky: Sweet 72 and never missed voting
Sullivan - Sports: Reds need to clear the air on Oester
Wilkinson - Politics: Election antics worthy of prizes

More Enquirer columnists...

special sections

Great Neighborhoods
Great Neighborhoods
The places we call home
Your Health, Your Money
An Enquirer special report:
Your Health, Your Money
How-to Guide
How-To Guide
Helpful hints from experts
College Connection
Guide to higher education:
College Connection

stock quotes
Index Last Change
Dow 10846.29 -166.89
Nasdaq 2054.11 -36.13
S&P 500 1242.29 -16.31
Enter company name/symbol: 

Jim Borgman
Today's Cartoon

Archive
Borgman


newsletters
Subscribe to one of our FREE E-mail newsletters

Freetime E-Mail
What's going on around town?

Reds E-Mail
The latest news and moves.

Bengals E-Mail
Weekly Bengals news updates.
 
advertiser