Sunday, July 22, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 202
Toddler recovers from gunshot
Devonte Williams, 2, had spent the day swimming and just finished an ice cream cone when he became the youngest casualty in a surge of shootings on Cincinnati streets.

Lynch, mayor at odds
The mayor and police dispute claims by the Rev. Damon Lynch III that streets are awash in guns stolen during the riots and there will be a gun buyback program.

City gets Olympic inspection
Cincinnati's quest for the 2012 Games takes a critical step this week with a visit from members of the committee that will choose the U.S. candidate city.

Fest-goers find fun
Today is the last day to enjoy Ujima Cinci-Bration and the Coors Light Jazz Festival.

Reds 8, Marlins 4
Rookie Lance Davis stifled the Marlins for 6 2/3 innings and Ken Griffey Jr. legged out a triple and double.

Flooding victims take stock
Residents on Simpson Avenue are used to flooding in nearby Little Duck Creek. But after two deaths last week, some are moving out.
Mobile-home residents feel fortunate to be alive
Shop owner decides to forge on
Flooding makes impact at all income levels

Complete local news report

An apple and a house for the teacher
Area D.C. interns say work OK
Cancer worker reaches needy
Robber forgot commandment
Voting catch: Many don't know how
Car break-ins strike Kenton

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Perez same as ever, and he's winning
Five Questions with Adam Dunn
Bengals QB derby off and running
Best and worst of week in sports
Auto Racing Insider
Tristate golf guide

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Brewery execs learn from Miller
P&G hopes ThermaCare is a blockbuster
Company helps employers screen applicants
Tristate business notes
Industry notes: Commercial real estate
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Weekend entertainment guide
Cincinnati's best concert summers
Double disc captures James Brown's best
Singing at 71
Time to toast fine U.S. beers
A guide to help make your day

    • More tempo news...

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