Friday, April 5, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 93
Council ready to OK deal
Cincinnati City Council will have enough votes today to approve a settlement in a racial profiling lawsuit that city leaders describe as a watershed in race relations, council members said.
To boycotters, settlement satisfies few demands
Officers voting on proposed settlement
Adding up the costs of police settlement

[img] Jose Cub-killer
Jose Acevedo pitched through the sixth, allowing five hits and the one run. He struck out six and walked one. “He did a great job,” Reds manager Bob Boone said. “We needed that.”
Reds vs. Expos preview

No. 3, and unhappy
A.J. Kuntz has taken every honors and Advanced Placement class offered at Lemon-Monroe High School and aced every one. But he's not his school's valedictorian.

A shot fired, a boy dead
A .410 shotgun fired. The pellets struck Travis Payne, 11, in the chest, right over his heart. Five minutes later, the sixth-grader was dead.

Hectic, but focused
Mid-life teacher Richard Dube is approaching the end of his first year in the classroom, but he's hardly coasting to the finish line.

Keeneland Spring Meet opens
The air is losing some of its brisk winter chill, the grass is beginning to turn green and the warm, rich aroma of steaming burgoo overcomes anyone who ventures within its reach. It must be time for racing at Keeneland.

LOCAL NEWS
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Future of Miller plant questioned
Halfway house built in Warren
Miami returns to campus-wide commencement
Police: He wanted 'dirty' housekeeper
Warren urged to help land hospital

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Baseball game times going long
QBs' injuries delay MU's spring practices
Edgewood coach keeps kids on track
All eyes on Anderson's Lewis
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Kings Island still a thrill in 30th year
Business derring-do tales inspire students
City, residents crossed wires
Tipsheet improved
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Artists set out to define 'woman'
The Insatiable Shopper
On the Fridge
Get to it

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