AMERICA STRIKES BACK - Dec. 8, 2001


More troops may be called in
Army Gen. Tommy Franks says more ground troops may be called in as U.S. forces attack the remaining armed Taliban fighters and search for Osama bin Laden and Mullah Mohammed Omar.
Aid route reopenedLatest news from Kandahar
Saturday, December 8, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 341
Comair bounces back
The regional airline, nearly KO'd by a pilots' strike last spring and delivered another blow in the wake of Sept. 11, is making a comeback.


Bridge named for Girl Scouts
The new bridge connecting Newport and Covington over the Licking River will not have a cookie-cutter name.
Roadwork complete on I-471

Junior's present
About 250 kids got a nice surprise when they showed up at Redsfest Friday: a Ken Griffey Jr. autograph.

Accused molester back in jail
Larry Eugene Howell, hospitalized for eight days after a boy's mother shot him in the groin, was jailed on nine sodomy charges.

Holiday wishes
The 16th annual Wish List, a Cincinnati Enquirer project, gives you a chance to help local people in need.

Boys basketball report
Roger Bacon is big, physical and probably better than most Division I teams. But the Division II Spartans were just slightly better than McNicholas on Friday night.

Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: East End.

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UC budget may call for tuition hike
NKU arena isn't likely
County balks at Banks' financing plan
Funding denied for roadwork
Tristate's Olympic torchbearers
Cash-strapped state to close Orient prison

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SPORTS
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Errors plague Bengals' opponent, too
Reds' Graves sold on move to starter
UC opponent slips a notch
'Reunion tour' for XU coach ends with LIU
College basketball Q&A
Five Questions with Dick Vitale

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BUSINESS
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Conventions, hotels recover
Lost jobs heavy in November
Low-balance funds risk fee
Credit-card issuers flunk privacy test
States propose Windows, Office 'lite'
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
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95-year-old's home needs repair
OTR concert mixes holidays with country
Books can help around the house
Plant a gift under gardener's tree
More gifts for the gardener
Get to it

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