Tuesday, February 26, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 57
Police will change procedures
Cincinnati police agree with most of the U.S. Department of Justice's recommendations for change, responding to 91 points in a document released Monday.
Profiling: All parties agree to keep talking
City's response to Justice Department recommendations
Complete text of police department response

Snow news is bad news
After hitting a springlike peak Monday, the Tristate's weather roller-coaster will take a bone-chilling plunge today.

Home sales, foreclosures
show big increase

Americans bought homes at a record pace in January, helping bolster a wobbling economy. And Tristate residents more than did their part, as sales here rose at an even faster rate.
Low rates contribute to gains
More losing homes

The fight for right field
When asked who will be the surprise of 2002 for the Reds, general manager Jim Bowden says: “The right fielder.”

Bearcats passing the boards
Who would have figured rebounding would end up being one the strengths of this University of Cincinnati basketball team?
XU: Brown had eye on prize

UC adds budget cry to cow-calling chorus
The University of Cincinnati may have discovered how to catch the city's infamous wayward cow and solve the school's budget crunch — it's all in a 1907 college presidential directive.

No surgery; she's in Bake-Off
Cindy Schmuelling's trip to Orlando to compete in the 40th Pillsbury Bake-Off is about more than winning the $1 million grand prize. It's about courage, determination and taking a shot at what might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Tristate women's bake-off recipes

Hyundai narrows plant choices
Ohio and Mississippi have been cut from consideration for a $1 billion Hyundai auto plant but Kentucky and Alabama remain in the race, the South Korean automaker announced Monday.

Special Section
Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Harrison.

Complete local news report

4 Lebanon jobs may be downsized
Olympic group to return more funds
Township looks to install sewers
Ashes, wind spark blaze
Tristate A.M. Report

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Complete sports report

Williams keeps his hand in ring
Reds notebook
Miami wins as Shorts scores 19 in return
OSU back in Big Ten title hunt
Bacon advances
High school sports section

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Complete business report

GE provides airlines $4.1B in financing
Repayment taking time
Tristate Summary
Morning memo

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Complete tempo report

An explosion of books
Cheviot shop owner matches clothes and accessories
Class clown's life has become three-ring circus
Clock already ticking on 'Ellie'
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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