Tuesday, May 1, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 121
Race panel leaders chosen
Ross Love, CEO of Blue Chip Broadcasting; Tom Cody, a Federated executive; and the Rev. Damon Lynch III, leader of the Black United Front, will head the mayor's new commission.

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Lottery big with lower incomes
The Ohio Lottery offers everyone a chance to strike it rich, but most of its sales come from working-class and lower-income neighborhoods.

Getting desperate for rain
Cincinnati is more than 7 inches behind this year, and weather experts say the Tristate is reaching a critical point.

Likely to hit target
P&G is expected to meet revised third-quarter earnings estimates this morning.

Police break tie with FBI
Chief Tom Streicher has withdrawn officers from joint task forces with the FBI, which is investigating six Cincinnati officers accused of firing beanbags at peaceful protesters.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Can Shirey do job with ax over his head?
City poised to vote on profiling remedy
Inspectors cite Christ Hospital
Reagan Highway work on last lap
Covington jail likely on hold
Thomas More acts on accreditation warning
Children may have caused fatal fire
DNA testing leads to murder charge
Butler Co. townships expand commerce
Enquirer's news bureau relocates
Even a little lead harms kids, doctor finds
Ky. Speedway sued over tax-free status

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Deion joins crowded outfield
Reds-Dodgers Scouting Report
Bengals get Webb for left tackle
Pig course puts runners near fans
Top local runners won't race in Pig
Butler coach interviews for XU job
Auto racing coverage

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Comair talks may be breaking ice
Delta slashes some fares
Baldwin names new chairman
Broadwing Inc. plumps pension
Pressure's on Amtrak
Amtrak must wrangle with Lindner
Morning Memo
Tristate Summary
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Destiny's Child thrives with 'Survivor'
Cosmetologist defies the business suit
Kentucky lore flows through 'Rivers'
An overplotted 'Paradise'
Tristate best sellers list
What Tristaters are reading
Happening in area bookstores
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...


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