Friday, June 7, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 155
Both sides wary of settlement
The settlement of Cincinnati's racial profiling lawsuit was praised in federal court Thursday, but both sides questioned the commitment to making the deal work.

Reds 3, Cards 2
Ken Griffey Jr. homered for the first time since his comeback from a knee injury, and Barry Larkin drove in a pair of runs as the Reds held off the Cards and restored a two-game lead in the Central Division.

Allen: Felons need not apply
Hundreds of curfew violators from last year's riots may get help in clearing their criminal records, but convicted felons won't be so fortunate.

It's getting drizzlier
It's raining more frequently and longer. But oddly, it's not raining as hard. We are becoming, statistics show, a nation of drizzle.

Mosley inspires
Graduating senior Nick Mosley couldn't help but think back to that night four months ago when he made “The Shot,” his first two points as a member of the Titans' varsity basketball team.

Logan opening NBA eyes
The Denver Nuggets learned something about Steve Logan that had nothing to do with his jump shot or height.

Free checking becomes norm
Trying to win business, raise deposits and appeal to a larger segment of customers, all seven of Greater Cincinnati's largest banks are offering free checking accounts.

Complete local news report

Arbitrator: No sex-based pay bias for UC faculty
School explosion injures two Cinergy employees
Accused priest served in N.Ky.
City Council approves $268,000 in new spending
Crowding disrupts surgeries

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Complete sports report

Rookie head coach at Cyclones' helm
U.S. win sets ESPN2 record for soccer rating
Milford savors new experience
Luning, Sycamore bounce Boardman
High school sports page

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Complete business report

Seasonal retail sales freeze
From frizzy to straight: $1,000 hair
P&G ads win 5 marketing awards
Smart Papers mill faces strike today
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Budget your money-talk time
The Insatiable Shopper
Mother, son like books on all subjects
Decorating decisions can be crucial to success of marriage
Get to it

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Updated AP report
Iraq Delivers Arms Declaration to U.N.
Endeavour Lands After Three-Day Delay
Economy, Politics Spark Cabinet Shake-Up
Blasts Kill 15, Injure 200 in Bangladesh
Louisiana to Decide Final Senate Race
2 Van Goghs Stolen From Amsterdam Museum
Miss Turkey Wins Miss World Competition
No. 1 Miami Tops Virginia Tech 56-45

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