Saturday, April 13, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 101
Settlement hailed as model
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft signed a police reform agreement Friday with the city of Cincinnati, calling it a “model of reform” and an example for other cities.
Baptist group leaves coalition

Reds 8, Phillies 5
The Reds fell behind 5-1, but came back for an 8-5 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies at Veterans Stadium Friday night. Juan Encarnacion homered for the third straight game.
Larkin back on track


Magnate's fall hurt many
Home State Savings Bank was the linchpin of Cincinnati financier Marvin L. Warner's world — a world of lush horse farms, glittering homes, big business, political power and seemingly bottomless wealth.
Federal insurance changed everything

Israel, Palestine supported
Elizabeth Hall watched in bemusement Friday as 200 Muslims and Arabs marched across Fountain Square to peacefully protest Israel's military actions in Palestine.

Rivalry renewed at Keeneland
It will be the fourth meeting between Harlan's Holiday and Booklet, with a fifth to follow in the Kentucky Derby if both run well in today's Blue Grass Stakes (Channels 5, 22; 4:30-6 p.m.) at Keeneland.

Indiana investigates riverboat
The Indiana Gaming Commission and Indiana State Police are investigating allegations of prostitution and sexual harassment at Belterra Casino Resort in Switzerland County.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Child death rate high for county
Cincinnati educators discuss effects of poverty in schools
Grieving Alabama family will bury Dowdle on his birthday
Portune wants end to gun-law appeals
Retiree aids novice businesses

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals re-sign linebacker Spearman
3 players, coach leave Muskies
Masters and local golf coverage
Vote for Cincinnati's sports icons
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Cinergy urged to settle air suit
River's Queens resume cruising
Fuel cost affected spending
Oil prices fall after Chavez does
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Hellebores have it made in the shade
Chung's return a triumph
Variety theme of ballet program
Gardens behind the gates
Get to it

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