Thursday, March 29, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 88

Council passes profiling law
Routine traffic stops will be more complicated for police when Cincinnati's new law against racial profiling takes effect.

Comair cancels week of flights
The company could be readying for a prolonged strike, or trying to pressure the pilots union.
Customers making do
Delta pilots consider mediator


Prosser targeted
Seton Hall AD Jeff Fogelson, who hired Skip Prosser as Xavier's head coach, is going to try to woo Prosser to the Big East school.
Huggins asks for contract extension

Chief silent on charges
Cincinnati Police Chief Tom Streicher will not publicly dispute his estranged wife's abuse allegations, saying he doesn't want to embarrass his family more.

Downturn dogs Ohio
Gov. Bob Taft and lawmakers struggle to boost education funding and make up for growing budget shortfalls as Ohio nears a recession.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Local mortgages at or below 7%
Hamilton to replace schools
Ice age statues out on the town
Span gets new lease on life
Artworks portray black women
Bill seeking overhaul passes Senate
Boy, 7, dragged by school bus
Clermont jail to be renovated
Death row is crowded; Ohio opens more space
Fired police chief, clerk back on job
Head of Fairfield schools vows to do better

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Griffey may be ready for Opening Day
Pitching top priority for Reds
Reds may miss Maddux
Game report: Reds 7, Yankees 3
Instant replay renewed for three years
Olympic swimmer building on dream season
Local swimmer wins U.S. title
Auto racing coverage

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Networks woke up staid publisher
The Scripps way
Bankruptcy business booms
British military helps battle disease
Cintech to add 80 jobs
'Chucks' will chuck 'Made in USA' label
Totes-Isotoner up for sale
Morning Memo
What's the Buzz?
    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

American maestro
'Shocking twist' due on today's 'Survivor'
Cincinnati library for blind observes 100th anniversary
Teamwork pays off for dance company
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

Army Charges Ex-Sergeant in 3 Killings

Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007


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