Thursday, May 24, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 144
  Hired gun for the city
Wary of being steamrolled, the city has a Washington lawyer to guide it through the federal police probe.
Lawyer has faced high-profile cases

Horse disease in check
Scientists think a caterpillar may have caused more than 2,000 miscarriages and stillbirths in Kentucky since April 28.
Industry could be hurt for years

Isley Brothers to open Taste
Cincinnati's first family of soul will open the boycott-threatened Taste of Cincinnati this weekend, and J.T. Taylor will replace Midnight Star, which cancelled after last month's riots.

img 'Two weeks away'
Bouyed by the latest test on his hamstring, Ken Griffey Jr. offered an encouraging prognosis just a week after talk that he might be out for the year.

Blue Ribbon schools
A neighborhood school in a low-performing urban district is one of five Tristate schools to win the coveted designation.

  Baby photos online
Several area hospitals are among hundreds putting pictures of newborns on the Web.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Memorial Day activities
Seat suit over; Bengals split cost
Punching verdict: Not guilty
New homes, people, challenges
Basilica altar plans moving onward
Boone shelter vies for manager
Cincinnati agrees to sell water to Boone
Colerain's police chief to step down
Community rallies behind CAA
Council subpoenas former worker
County stuck with inmate's $30K bill

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bowden denies Casey trade talk
Cubs 4, Reds 2
Reds may call up Mercado
Scott's absence puzzles Bengals
XU's Balcomb interviews at Oregon
Golf Ranch built for instruction
Golf lessons require patience
Nicklaus says he's almost finished
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway guide

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Further recovery seen at American Financial
AT&T on defense at meeting
Tire sellers braced for another run
Bankruptcy filings jump 17.5 percent
Small size counts with digital storage
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Fashion steps into the future
Dinosaur exhibit compares reality with myths
Skywatching: Navigating the night sky
You're invited to CAC's groundbreaking party
Shepherd's tribute for Stevie Ray fans
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...


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