Thursday, May 16, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 133
Killings up 87% over last year
Every five days, someone is slain in Cincinnati. The city is in the midst of a surge in homicides, an 87 percent increase over last year.
28 slain in Cincinnati neighborhoods

Alan Jackson concert off
The concert scheduled to open Riverbend tonight has been postponed due to rising river levels. Ticketholders can use their tickets for a rescheduled concert.

Love story lifts 'Episode II'
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones contains plenty to cheer hard-core fans as well as a love story featuring a pair of gorgeous young stars.
Rate the movie; write your own review

Erpenbeck has Fla. advantage
Home builder A. William “Bill” Erpenbeck had a simple reason for moving to Florida, one of his lawyers says: Lenient bankruptcy laws.
Erpenbeck fall batters small banks

Reds 7, Brewers 4
Jimmy Haynes, discarded by the Brewers last year, pitched 6 1/3 solid innings, and the first-place Reds increased their division lead to 4 1/2 games.
Players union threatens strike

Fernald milestone reached
The last truckload of usable uranium pulled out of Fernald, marking the end of a major stage in the cleanup of the former uranium-processing plant.

Mega-mall now just big
Developers have scaled back a controversial “megamall” project to put a Monroe site back into the race to build shopping meccas.

Complete local news report

Charter school to open downtown
Commissioners pave way for Sabin expansion process
Curbing take-home cars saves the city $204,000
Norwood to unveil schools' revamping
Search goes on for two boaters

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Spikes criticizes Bengals missing workouts
Scott healed, expected back Monday
Griffey won't play in St. Louis
Brewers manager becoming Reds fan
Golf Course Spotlight: Avon Field
High school sports page

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Complete business report

Decision could cost Cinergy
Fingerhut stops orders, prepares to close its distribution center
Federated first-quarter net income rises 53%
Auditor suspected own crime in January
Morning Memo

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Rachel delivers newest 'friend'
Blue Wisp keeps site options open
Dancing queens make 'Mamma Mia!' goofy fun
Five new dramas in CBS lineup
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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