Monday, May 6, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 123
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Tatyana Pozdnyakova set a new Flying Pig course record for the women's division while Cornelio Velasco won the overall marathon.
Photo gallery
Race results:
Complete 2002 Flying Pig Marathon results
Complete 2002 5-mile results
2002 Ernst & Young Corporate Relay
2002 Ernst & Young 4-Person Open Relay
2002 Outback Steakhouse 2-Person Relay

Many Catholics want disclosure
Catholics in two communities are asking the same question about priests recently accused of sexual misconduct: Why didn't church officials disclose earlier accusations against them?

Landlords angered by mini-riot damage
Some tenants may face eviction after a UC student block party on Stratford Avenue erupted into a mini-riot.
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Reds lose fourth straight
Sunday's loss to the Giants, after blowing a 4-0 lead, was easily the toughest of the season.

Oxford grads take prizes
Miami University became the first Tristate college to honor graduates at spring commencement this year, and this one was notable for several reasons.

S U N D A Y   E X C L U S I V E
Clinton offers to help city
Former president Bill Clinton says he would like to come to Cincinnati to help mediate a solution to the city's racial divisions.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Warren Co. roads take on orange hue
Woman leaps out of moving vehicle
City's 'just a few prayers' from healing
Domestic violence funds pulled
School-funding report author sues state
What's on Tuesday's primary ballot?

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals focus on LBs' deals
Take our Bengals quarterback poll
Reds-Brewers series preview
Kentucky Derby photo gallery
High school sports page

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Ambassador finds pace a challenge
Andersen trial opens
Discovery a process of careful observation
Kroger, union reach tentative agreement
Promotions & new on the job

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Spider-Man' shatters 'Potter' records
Rude knows no boundaries
Ask A Stupid Question
Young pitchers can avoid injuries
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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