Sunday, April 21, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 109
Guns on blacks
The Enquirer looked at 39 citizen complaints of police drawing guns. Among cases of mistaken identity, all but one involved blacks.
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Church, county may go to court
A judge may soon be forced to put an end to the intensifying battle between prosecutors and Catholic church officials in Cincinnati.

[img] Bengals take who?
The Bengals confounded experts and fans by selecting Arizona State tackle Levi Jones in the first round of the draft. Find out why, and tell us what you think.

Xavier works toward diversity
For years, four words have commonly been used to describe Xavier University: Catholic. White. Expensive. Basketball. But a change is taking shape on the Evanston campus.

A fresh start
Jose Rijo, who starts today for the first time since 1995, has his eye on winning a permanent spot in the Reds rotation.
Reds beat Cubs Saturday


Nursing proposals languish
Some new proposals intended to combat abuse and neglect in homes for the mentally retarded are already on a political scrap heap in the Ohio General Assembly.

Brewer's days long, rewarding
Seven years after it was born amid a renaissance of hometown-brewed beer, BarrelHouse Brewing Co. has put Cincinnati back on the beer-making map.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Bumpy flight hurts five Delta passengers
Local NAACP won't join dispute
Unspent county dollars help elderly
Hidden Valley votes against incorporation
Social service center facing vote

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Baseball puts 'condensed games' online
Reds Q&A with John Fay
RedHawks put offense on display
Women honored for athletics
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Federated veteran now at Penney
What's the Buzz?
Title Resolutions breaks language barrier
Industry notes: Real Estate
Conventions, meetings, seminars

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

CSO recording session one to remember
They make news behind the scenes
Traveling exhibit gets aboard Metro buses
Here's your chance to tell Mom the truth
Get to it

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