Thursday, February 15, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 46

Stadium tax slows
The sales tax paying for stadiums grew last year at only about half the rate county officials need to pay the bills.

Ills blitz children
Pneumonia, rotavirus, influenza and other common winter maladies are running at peak levels this year, swamping area hospitals.

New road to speedway
Kentucky's third-fastest growing county is getting a big boost in the form of a new $35.8 million road linking I-71 and U.S. 42.

E-mail gets a new face
Forget emoticons. Ever wish you could see the sender's face to see what he's REALLY saying?

Circus has left town
Only three reporters were present when Ken Griffey Jr. arrived at spring training Wednesday, in contrast to last year when 150 reporters were there to chronicle his first day as a Red.

Complete local news report

Mad cow disease not a problem here
Lottery linkup promoted
Furniture store destroyed byfire
Hamilton considers tax breaks to keep paper mill
Hamilton visitors die on plane
Hearing focuses on charge of kickbacks for Butler Dems
14 Patton nominees donated $47,000 to Democratic Party
2 council members press for ordinance on profiling
Appointment brings city, schools closer
Gun locks distributed free in Clermont Co.
Ky. House backs hemp research

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Massachusetts 59, Xavier 49
Memphis can pass test against UC
Miami 57, Northern Illinois 46
Kentucky 103, Tennessee 95
Larkin healthy, happy
Graves loses arbitration case
Reds ballpark time capsule pitched
Highlands QB visits Notre Dame
Boys basketball coverage
Girls basketball coverage

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Ohio infuses $14M into high tech
Business problems welcomed
Some reassembly required
Park likely to add three attractions
Industry notes: Advertising & marketing
Morning Memo
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Gift bags overflow
If she had stuck to her hunch, she'd still be on 'Mole'
OK, 'Survivor' fans, it's three down and 12 to go
Stepping into the spotlight
Students bring Vietnam War stories to life onstage
LINKS looks for instruments to match kids with music
Neuter your pets, says Spay Day USA
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...

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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

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Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007

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