Saturday, October 5, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 275
Bush brings call to war
Union Terminal is about to become the epicenter of the debate on war with Iraq. That's where President Bush will give a prime-time speech Monday on the threat Saddam Hussein poses to the world.

School districts weigh pop ban
Educators say the ban on the sale of soft drinks in Los Angeles schools was a bold move. But don't expect any local districts to follow the lead. Why? They can't afford to.

Prep football report
Big winners Friday included Anderson, Kings, St. X, Glen Este, Dixie and Ryle. See our complete report on area games, including photos and video.

Suburbs mobilizing on issues
From sludge pits to interchanges, suburbanites are organizing to make sure their interests are represented.
Examples of neighbors fighting back

Battle for the Bell
Will Miami hoist the Victory Bell again today? Or will UC's Rick Minter decide to use the fourth quarter offense the whole game and knock off the Red Hawks?
MU goal: Keep up without Jones

Luken scolds Ohio Legislature
Railing against what he says is an “anti-city bias,” Charlie Luken joined mayors of other big Ohio cities to urge state government to be more responsive to its urban areas.

Colts D top priority for Dungy
Upon taking the Indianapolis Colts head coaching job in January, Tony Dungy decided to leave franchise quarterback Peyton Manning alone and concentrate on defense.
Bengals WR Farmer on verge of return

Complete local news report

Warren County, UC explore partnership
Police: Offering beer to killer OK
Teen sought in stabbing at mall
Tentative deal to avoid school strike
Lawyers dissect strategy in Patton case

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Complete sports report

Bearcats hoopsters pay Huggins a visit
NBA Pacers will open XU camp to public
FSN Ohio will televise 17 Musketeers games
A's bats beat Twins
Angels 9, Yankees 6

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Complete business report

Fresh funds to fight foreclosures
Local stocks mimic national drop
Play the Stock Market Game
Newport Levee gets taste of Asia
What's the buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Tale of two home tours
Hayseed Dixie show goes haywire
Orchids require extra care
Wildlife habitat develops in city
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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