Thursday, September 19, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 258
Heading downtown? Good luck
More than 150,000 cars trying to squeeze into about 40,000 parking spaces on one day. Nearly 100 extra buses. Welcome to Cincinnati's Oktoberfest weekend.

Bland bowl is
an old friend

Cincinnati never loved Cinergy Field the way it did Crosley Field. But there are sentimental feelings in the air as time runs out for the ugly heap of concrete and steel.

Law students help free man
A man imprisoned 13 years on a rape conviction was ordered freed Wednesday on the basis of DNA evidence, thanks to work by two NKU law students.

Schools tops in Merit scholars
For the second straight year, St. Xavier High School leads the state in the number of National Merit semifinalists, which were announced Wednesday.
2003 National Merit Semifinalists

Bickering halts scholarships
A political squabble between Lawrenceburg's mayor and clerk-treasurer has frozen more than $80,000 in college scholarships for 60 Lawrenceburg High School graduates.

Bengals sticking with QB Gus
Bengals coach Dick LeBeau is sticking with quarterback Gus Frerotte but is growing increasingly impatient with the pass offense.

UC can't host recruits at PBS
UC is playing host Saturday to perhaps the biggest home football game in the program's history, yet the Bearcats will not be allowed to provide complimentary tickets to recruits or high school coaches.
Success is all mental for kicker

Complete local news report

Allegations discussed at picnic
WWII band of brothers together 57 years later
City Hall hears it from the west side
Mall builders want tax break
Seniors ask: Why cut us?

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Pirates 3, Reds 2
Griffey returns to the lineup
UC hoops snares JUCO standout
Coverage not key to 'minor' sports
High School Sports Page

    • More sports news...

Complete business report

P&G may have outsourcing deal
GE engine gives lift to business
Dental practice bridged ages
Good-news magazine publisher to speak here
Morning Memo
Latest Wall Street update

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Vienna Boys Choir - Year 2
Opera season a showcase for sopranos
CSO leads list of Classical Hall of Fame inductees
Audiences love Louiso's 'Liza'
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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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