Monday, April 29, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 117
Black jockey's dark journey
[img]From her seat Saturday in Section 312, Row A of Churchill Downs, 77-year-old Walnut Hills resident Liliane Casey will witness the Kentucky Derby. She'll see an event quite different from the one her father, Jimmy Winkfield, won 100 years ago.

Tristate priest admits abuse
A Catholic priest in Dayton, Ohio, who served Cincinnati area parishes and schools for a decade, has been placed on administrative leave after admitting to sexually abusing a boy at an Ohio parish years ago.
Scandal in the Catholic Church
BRONSON: Thou shalt not molest children

Hamilton County's pace of exodus among U.S. worst
Hamilton County's population woes continued over the last year with a loss of nearly 10,000 residents, a faster decline than all the large U.S. counties except Philadelphia, according to Census figures released today.

Giants brush back Reds
The Reds had their seven-game winning streak snapped, despite more good starting pitching and two home runs by Adam Dunn, each bringing the Reds to within a run of tying it.
In Bud we trust

Former officer accused of theft
INDIAN HILL — Police in this affluent Hamilton County suburb are accusing a retired lieutenant of stealing $11,391 from a benefit fund he ran as treasurer for more than 20 years.

Pig course the same
Construction in the Greater Cincinnati area affects all kinds of traffic. Including foot traffic.

Black HR pros forge connection
Sharing information and networking with other human resources professionals are two of the goals of a newly formed chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources.

Burnet bar in license fight
The Burnet Avenue business district in Avondale has been plagued by guns, drugs and violence since the riots of 1967 and 1968.

Complete local news report

Students still eager to go abroad
Time capsule items unveiled at school
Wind KOs trees, power
6,500 walk on behalf of babies
Tristate A.M Report

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Complete sports report

Casey hot over Giants' purpose pitch
Get yer Derby hats
NKAC meet this week
3 battle for GMC crown
High school sports section

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Complete business report

Guidelines in works for nursing homes
Execs OK with job searching
Strong teamwork requires skill, focus
Big Lots testing cleaner look
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Home is full of comforts for creatures
'Blue's Clues' puts on new host, new shirts
Other birds not wise to billboard owl
Chicken and oatmeal do a body good
Get to it

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