Saturday, May 4, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 122
Stun for the Roses
War Emblem did what he was expected to do at the start, and then what he wasn't supposed to do: go wire to wire.
SULLIVAN: Money rules the Derby
Harlan didn't have his day
Derby photo gallery

Giants 3, Reds 0
Ryan Jensen made the most of an emergency situation, helping the San Francisco Giants take a combined no-hitter into the eighth inning before beating the Cincinnati Reds 3-0 Saturday.
Reds box, runs
Bonds gets No. 400 as a Giant

Teacher abuse case kept secret
img Elder High School's principal says he didn't find out until Friday that the Archdiocese of Cincinnati had settled a complaint of sexual misconduct against the Rev. James G. Kiffmeyer in 1997.

Erpenbeck check haul: $15M
The Erpenbeck Co. used Peoples Bank of Northern Kentucky to redeem $15 million in checks made out to other financial institutions for new home purchases, a Peoples director said.

Happy 200th, Lawrenceburg
Floods, gambling and tumult haven't diluted the town zeal for life. In fact, its bicentennial — with the first big event this weekend — has triggered a rebirth of community pride.

Marathon can be pig in a poke
A record 7,043 participants have registered for the fourth Flying Pig Marathon and relays Sunday.
Event schedule and more coverage

Hate telemarketers? Sign up
Kentuckians who want on the popular “no call” list for telemarketers must sign up by May 15 — 2 1/2 weeks earlier than originally announced.

Pryor guilty in pilot's slaying
Jurors took less than two hours to find Ronald Scott Pryor guilty of killing Delta Air Lines pilot Stephen Craven in his home.

Complete local news report

Relatives baffled by stabbing
Roach hiring still engulfs Evendale
Man arrested in Ridder killing
Jeep-bus collision kills man
Ruby revives old Tropicana

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Complete sports report

Bengals kicker blowing in the wind
Locals saddle up for Derby day fun
Derby's 2nd choice is late scratch
Bogans back to UK, but not Carruth
High school sports page

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Complete business report

P&G to 'restage' Clairol brand
New day for Sunny Delight?
5/3 Day energized by Welch speech
Sell-off sends Kendle into slide
Jobless rate hits 6 percent

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Complete tempo report

Trading work spaces
Five classics on home tour
Grandmother creates 'Spider-Man' room
Get to it

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