TOP NEWS - SEPTMEBER 28, 2001


L O C A L   N E W S
Luken calls off curfew
Decision made after talks with police and fire officials
Mayor Charlie Luken said Friday morning there is no need for another citywide curfew. Mr. Luken ordered a curfew for two nights after sporadic violence broke out in Over-the-Rhine.
City quiet in 2nd night under curfew
Lynch says he may leave CAN
Unrest gives Luken a second chance
Curfew closings costly for businesses

A M E R I C A   O N   A L E R T
Tighter airport security planned
Federal officers could patrol airports, planes
President Bush Thursday unveiled a new security plan that would make armed and uniformed federal officers an everyday sight at the nation's airports. Complete coverage in our special section...


Friday, September 28, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 271
Teacher gets two years in prison
A young woman who was sexually abused by her Fairfield High School music teacher urged a judge to send the teacher she trusted to prison.

Davis shows big-league stuff
On a night when the Reds' best offensive play was their catcher stealing home, Lance Davis was dominant enough to make it stand up. He went six innings, allowing only one unearned run and two hits.

The Banks on financial rocks
Hamilton County won't have the money next year as planned to start building a riverfront neighborhood known as The Banks.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Sikhs raise money for victims
Cincy St. offers aid to science teachers
English Woods center opens as teen hangout
Norwood Republican wins right to be on Nov. 6 ballot
Scholarship fund honors flood victim

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Sosa waves flag on home run trot
Some prep kickoffs earlier due to curfew
'D' line key for Bengals
On field, Spikes sets aside pain
Kentucky Speedway dates set

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Businesses scramble to find alternatives to air travel
Milacron doubles its job cuts
Cinergy management changes include new CG&E chief
Industry notes: Manufacturing
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Patients, doctors get a grip on pain
Insatiable shopper
Manhattan Journal: Rumors
Historical society offers genealogy advice
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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