SPECIAL EDITION - Sep. 17, 2001
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Wall Street tumbles
Dow ends down 681 points
Scared investors sent stocks reeling as Wall Street resumed trading after its longest shutdown since the Depression. The Dow set a record for a one-day point drop. Still, analysts said it could have been worse. Special section...

L A T E S T   H E A D L I N E S

Bush: 'Freedom at any cost'
Powell: U.S. means no ill toward Afghans
FBI detains 49 people in probe
U.S. to put federal agents on airplanes
Ground Zero shifting from rescue to recovery
Air traffic almost back to normal
Delta facing crisis
Reds get back on the field for practice
Couple begins accepting son's death
Taliban shuts down airspace

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Monday, September 17, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 260

Divided city comes together
One week ago today, Cincinnati stood as a city divided by race. The countdown was on for the start of the trial of Police Officer Stephen Roach.

Patriotic plans for Reds
The Reds will pass out 20,000 cardboard placards with the American flag printed on them Tuesday night. "God Bless America" will replace "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh inning stretch.

Prep football report
Check out our complete coverage of this weekend's games, or go to your favorite school's page to get game links, roster, and schedule.

Complete local news report

Hope fades for Mason family
Byrd case has judges at odds
Ceremony marks Schott gift to St. Ursula
Primary's results sign of change
Lady riders rev up for charity events

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Complete sports report

Hamilton hopes to soar with sinker
Bengals can rest easy with kicking tandem
Perez speaks
NKU women No. 1 in Division II soccer
Scrambled schedule sets up big finishes

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

Markets to reopen today
Business fliers jittery
Daily Grind
Delta studies cutbacks, layoffs
Offices oblige Muslim beliefs

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Complete tempo report

Grandma's heart skips a beat
Fit Bits
Paavo Jarvi leads CSO into new era
Tiptoeing spiders never get stuck
Where have sunflowers gone?

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Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Deadly Storm Wipes Out Road at Mt. Hood

1 Dead in Calif. Train Derailment

Houston Landscaper Accused of Bigotry

Army Officer to Be Court-Martialed

Four Plead Guilty in Ore. Ecoterror Case

Army Charges Ex-Sergeant in 3 Killings

Ex-Black Panther's Conviction Questioned

El Nino Expected to Continue Into 2007

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