Friday, May 3, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 121
Dodgers 3, Reds 2
The Los Angeles Dodgers had to work overtime, but they finally broke the Reds' hex on them in Dodger Stadium. Adrian Beltre had the game-winner in the 14th inning. Reds are in San Francisco tonight.

Lenders add up Erpenbeck tab
Representatives of Tristate banks and title companies crammed into a law firm conference room Thursday to assess damage from the Erpenbeck Co. troubles .
Erpenbeck lays off most of its staff

In-your-face art sparks talk
Four University of Cincinnati art students are using an exhibit of profane, racist and sexist bathroom graffiti to raise awareness about campus attitudes.

CovCath grieves for alum
Covington Catholic High School mourned its 2001 prom king Thursday — the day he was expected to return for the summer from his first year at college.

Sycamore lax #2
While numbers in Ohio are slowly rising, lacrosse has exploded in the Sycamore district. Eighty-eight girls tried out for the varsity, reserve and developmental teams.

Gays ignite fight in church
A Presbyterian congregation has asked its governing authority to make a sister Cincinnati church stop ordaining gays and lesbians for lay ministry.

Roach put back on streets
Officer Stephen Roach was ordered back on patrol Thursday by Evendale's mayor amid hot protest from opponents that resulted in the arrest of one woman.
New report affirms police findings on Roach

Leyva goes to White House
Victor Leyva has a pretty good excuse to miss tonight's mandatory team meeting that ushers in minicamp. The second-year Bengals guard will be at the White House, a guest of President Bush and first lady Laura Bush for a Cinco de Mayo reception.

Complete local news report

Mental health levy gets big push
Premature births among blacks targeted
Reds prepare to show off park
Street closings for Sunday's Flying Pig
Butler judges push for security

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Complete sports report

Stage set as Kitna, Frerotte face off
Journeyman trainer stops, smells the roses
Bullpen jump-starts starting pitchers
Runner in race for long life
Tragedy shadows CovCath victory
High school sports page

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Complete business report

Cinergy: Committed to Indiana
Wireless registers suspended
Enquirer names VP for advertising, marketing
Label printer improves
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Here's real spin on spiders
The Insatiable Shopper
Cary rocks easy for smallish crowd
Cast herds 'Cowgirls' to successful roundup
Get to it

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