Monday, May 7, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 127
City calm after indictment
Protesters were angry but peaceful Monday night after a police officer was indicted on the least serious charge possible in the shooting death of an unarmed African-American teenager that triggered rioting last month.
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Police under federal probe
The U.S. Department of Justice announced a formal investigation into whether Cincinnati police have used a pattern of excessive force.

img Reds 5, D'Backs 4
Sean Casey tied it in the seventh with a HR and won it in the 10th with a double. The Reds broke a five-game losing streak.
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Dream comes true over rainbow
An Enquirer photographer waited 8 years for this shot. Here's how he got it.

Bank robbery suspect nabbed
For several days, police said a middle-age, balding, serial bank robber was pushing his luck. Monday night, his luck ran out,

Complete local news report

Tristate in middle for traffic tie-ups
Fernald marks 50th anniversary
Speedway revs up Ky. tourism
Tax issues dominate ballots today
Beechwood Schools levy on ballot today
Psychiatric institute to expand
Telecom plans air in Lebanon
Universities gauge riots' effects
Cancer wins celebrated
Jail site proposal criticized

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Complete sports report

UC lands point guard
Ex-Bearcat to accept attempted rape charge
Stewart won't disappoint race fans
This weekend at Ky. Speedway
Dillon wants to make a deal
Neal fills void at fullback
Munoz to miss season recovering
Page paralyzed on left side
Boone plots lineup for Big Unit
Reds get away with stealing
Flying Pig Marathon coverage
Kentucky Derby coverage
Auto racing coverage

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Complete business report

Web sites start charging
$3 gas? Experts divided
White House notes prices
Comair still plans layoffs
Delta names government liaison
Computers face crossroads
Tristate Summary
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

'Henry' produces plenty of heart
Museum exec turns dressing into an art
Planting an idea for Mother's Day
'Producers' ties Tony record
Showhouse gets guests thinking of renovation
Tristate best sellers list
What Tristaters are reading
What's arriving & happening in area bookstores
A guide to help make your day

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