Tuesday, April 3, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 93
It's HR season
The reconfigured, open-air Cinergy Field may turn into a launching pad as the Reds and Braves each hit two homers in Monday's opener.


Duke 82, Arizona 72
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Vacation woes
A strike couldn't have come at a worse time for vacationing families and college students bound for Florida.
Tips for travelers

Morgue security investigated
The Hamilton County Sheriff has recommended $300,000 in security upgrades for the Coroner's Office following charges that a photographer gained unauthorized access and took pictures of corpses.

LOCAL NEWS
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Shortway Bridge takes a final turn
Driver who killed four denied license
State opposes separate trials in pilot's killing
Three men indicted in kidnap-robbery
Parade draws 100,000
Baseball lovers tie knot
$100,000 fire damage to fitness club
Public forums on airport expansion
Lebanon fires ranking official
Nurse, friend face drug indictments
Gallatin school on comeback trail

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Prosser said to be staying put
Xavier kicks Price out
Duke beats Arizona for third title
UK, Smith near contract extension
Opening Day mixes new with old
Braves 10, Reds 4
Griffey unlikely to start for a while
New Bengals QB gets to work
Auto racing coverage

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Airline service hits new low, study finds
Chiquita giving retention bonuses
P&G's new partnership gets name
5/3 completes Old Kent buy
MedPlus gets offer from Quest
Morning Memo
What's the Buzz?
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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Rosie comes up with a magazine
New Springsteen record on sale today
Teacher tests sale fashions
Style extra
Mike Reid scores big with Pops
Students honored for overcoming adversity
Tristate Best Sellers List
What Tristaters are reading
New and happening in area bookstores
A guide to help make your day

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