TOP NEWS - SEPTEMBER 27, 2001

L O C A L   N E W S
Violence breaks out, city under curfew
Acquittal sparks vandalism in Over-the-Rhine
Violence broke out Wednesday night, hours after theAfrican-American community learned that Officer Stephen Roach had been acquitted in the fatal shooting of Timothy Thomas. Mayor Charlie Luken declared a citywide curfew.
Police make 12 arrests     •Anger, fear, sadness felt on streets



A M E R I C A   O N   A L E R T
Delta cutting 13,000 jobs
Delta cuts capacity 15 percent overall, 7 percent here
Delta Air Lines today announced it was cutting 13,000 jobs systemwide through layoffs, early retirements and voluntary leaves due to the dramatic drop in demand following this month's terrorist attacks. Complete coverage in our special section...

Training kicked in after Pentagon attack
Jet fuel surplus means lower gas prices
Terror attacks KO conventions

Thursday, September 27, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 270
Fallen firefighter hits home for Junior
Ken Griffey Jr. made a special trip home to Orlando Tuesday night, using the private jet he owns a share of. He traveled light, save for the heavy dose of perspective he was carrying.

Graham plans visit
The Billy Graham Mission announced Wednesday that the legendary evangelist has set June 27-30 at Paul Brown Stadium for his first local crusade in a quarter-century.

FOP mum on mayor race
The Fraternal Order of Police won't endorse a candidate for strong mayor in Cincinnati's first direct election for the job since 1925.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Local Jews observe holiest day of the year
The spirit of giving
Training kicked in after Pentagon attack
Anti-lead forces join up
Cheviot makes paving progress

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Chargers DE may not play, but he'll talk
Rackers' bad day: 'It was just timing'
Land of the rising star
St. Xavier will keep Elder game at home
Recruit Madison decides not to visit UC

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Service reductions
P&G-Coke deal halted
Jet fuel surplus means lower gas prices
Terror attacks KO conventions
Money tips for the crisis

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Neiman Marcus' ultimate wish list
From discards to designer homes
The Early Word
Top 10s
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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