Tuesday, November 14, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 314
Coverup alleged, denied
Federal criminal investigations are under way into the deaths of two African-American suspects at the hands of police last week.

Judge diverted fines
Robert Ruehlman has ordered criminals to pay more than $20,000 to a favorite charity instead of the county.

Pigs fetch fat prices
The Big Pig Gig auction raised $401,500 for ArtWorks and 140 local charities.

Man charged in teen's death
A Milford man, 29, was arrested after a 15-year-old was slain and his house set afire.

Complete Election news report

Recount may end today
A judge is expected to decide this morningn whether today's 5 p.m. deadline, set by the Florida Secretary of State, should be extended.
    • Complete Election coverage ...

Complete local news report

Ohio lawmakers want $9,247 pay raise
Death row DNA tests OK'd
$10M in donations asked for NKU arena
Magnet sign-up goes smoothly
Languages this school's specialty
Rutherford Hayes needed Fla. recount
Thumbs up for hand counts
Arrests made in pharmacy break-ins
County to pay mentors for at-risk kids
Health-care access problems described
Jail security under review
Jailers talk tough to young people
More elderly will get help
Alexandria chosen for sewage plant
Mayor won't be indicted for check

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Mitchell's mission: Score points
Carter loses job to Bean
UC seems headed to Motor City Bowl
XU takes off under Balcomb
XU aims for title despite offseason losses
Pirtle: Survivor and winner
UC ready to take next step in NCAAs
Miami women's team green and growing
Cooper still learning about Michigan
Rebuilding year goes well for Wyoming
Ruling today on Elder player
Koester, Battle head All-District team
Prep football playoff coverage

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Region hopes for brownfield repair money
Standards to safeguard workers
First-class stamp will cost 34
Ky. urged to board technology 'train'
Industry notes: Banking
Tristate Summary
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Cincinnatian's book fills in the Jefferson line
Intense DiFranco rocks adoring crowd
Pops subtly provides sounds for silents
Tristate best sellers list
What Tristaters are reading
What's happening in area bookstores
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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Houston Landscaper Accused of Bigotry

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