Saturday, May 11, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 128
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No running game
Cards 4, Reds 2
Edgar Renteria hit the first pitch he saw from Danny Graves over the fence in right field to lift the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 victory over the Reds before a crowd of 29,008 at Cinergy Field.
Reds box, runs

Erpenbeck arrested
Bill Erpenbeck, once one of the region's largest home-builders, was arrested Friday on charges of passing a bad check for $258,493.
Real estate laws leave buyers stranded
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The Bengals struck quickly Friday to sign the draft pick who is in the position to make the most immediate contribution this season.
Adams appealing, if price is right
NFL notebook

Jammin' returns as Main event
The Jammin' on Main music festival came back strong Friday night, with thousands walking the street to drink, eat and listen.

Ky. Speedway more vigilant
Drivers, start your security checks: Kentucky Speedway added security Friday for the first day of the first race season after Sept. 11.

Police to monitor UC parties
University of Cincinnati officials are taking steps to thwart violence like last weekend's off-campus block party.

P&G's global profits on rise
Procter & Gamble Co. is earning money again in all of its top 20 countries.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Bush brings in $2M for Taft
Wal-Mart dispute is aired
Fireworks are back for the Fourth in Hamilton
Man pleads guilty to murder, rape last year
Pair, charged in boy's discipline, free on bond

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Junior's return could be in the Cards
'Soft walls' could cushion safety fears
NKU advances
Awards honor student-athletes
High school sports page

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Springboro students win Stock Market Game
Undaunted, bank opens new branch
Beechmont Mall redevelopment will take time
French-American council achieves associate status
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

City grows get-well bouquets
Make mom's flowers last
Parks bring power to people
Weedy perennial shows true colors
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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