Monday, April 22, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 110

Rijo comes full circle
Making his first start in almost seven years, Jose Rijo showed flashes of his old, dominating self Sunday, allowing only an unearned run in five innings and getting his first win since 1995.

Wal-Mart closing in on Kroger
Wal-Mart is marching into an industry — and a market — that Kroger has ruled for years. The big question: how will Kroger fight back?

Cops on front lines draw most complaints
Most complaints against police are made by African-Americans, but officers don't see it as a racial issue.
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Feds drag feet on profiling
President Bush and Attorney General John Ashcroft vowed to end racial profiling by law enforcement, but more than a year later, the government does not appear any closer to action.

[img] Bengals fill needs
The Bengals added to their surprising first-round selection of an offensive tackle by taking a kicker, safety and a defensive end on Sunday.

Dry skies welcome after deluge
Dry skies will be a welcome sight today, following heavy thunderstorms over the weekend that triggered mudslides, high water and traffic accidents Sunday.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Local train days revisited
Police say animal officer bit cop
'The dance' an early inning ritual for ushers
Victim's family celebrates his life
Carthage welcomes new homes

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Slumping Larkin 'panicking'
Good draft can help Bengals right away
New kicker should give Rackers the boot
City golf courses lower rates this week
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Gates to testify in Microsoft defense
Author offers tips for success
Morning Memo
Promotions & new on the job
The Success Coach

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Would you clone your pet?
Ask A Stupid Question
Chat about hormone replacement therapy
Have gym, will travel
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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