LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2002
Can it happen again?
Officals blamed festival seating for the Who tragedy. The truth is more complex. With festival seating planned at Tuesday's Springsteen concert, the issue has resurfaced.

Library construction on hold
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County will put its future on hold for the present.

Mason man's DNA checked
Police are investigating whether a 28-year-old Mason man stopped by police for driving a car without a license plate on Saturday is one of two suspects wanted for last week's midday rape.

Sharing a pillar of Islam
When night falls during the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, the Ansari family of Madiera break their daily fast with friends, including their Jewish neighbors.

IN THE TRISTATE
Cincinnati Schools vote not over yet
It's a long shot, but the Cincinnati Public Schools bond issue, which was defeated by a margin of 1.6 percent Tuesday, still has a chance of passing.


Diverse churchgoers paired
Saturday morning, 15 black children from Zion Baptist Church in Avondale and 15 white children from Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church in Delhi Township shared a bus tour of Cincinnati.
Obituary: Betty Rellahan
Betty Louise Pingree Rellahan, a Cincinnati teacher, school administrator and volunteer who trained with famed child psychologist Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, died Nov. 4 at the Llanfair Retirement Community in College Hill.
Obituary: Julia Stamm Hugo, 106
MONTGOMERY - Julia "Lizzie" Stamm Hugo played a piano duet with her friend Dr. Charles Benner at her last birthday party.
Public to honor local veterans
Communities will honor veterans of the armed services with a variety of programs today and Monday, which is Veterans Day.
Veterans Day closings

Tristate A.M. Report

ENQUIRER COLUMNISTS
SMITH-AMOS: Winning voters back
The wringing of hands, the second-guessing, the recriminations, the what ifs - new versions of the same old song.


BRONSON: Secret memo
One of the perks of being the Enquirer's designated "Bush Lackey'' is that I occasionally get a few crumbs of insider pie. Such as this fictional, imaginary White House memo that I intercepted the day after the election.
PULFER: East End women
It's possible I am making too much of this. It is, after all, merely cosmetic.
HOWARD: Some Good News
Larry Burnett, 8, hardly notices anyone watching him as he traces a diagram of a pumpkin. He is more concerned about lines, colors and focusing his mind on a specific task.
CROWLEY: Ky. Politics
Northern Kentucky Republicans, be oh so careful about what you wish for.

KENTUCKY
What if Bush had stumped for Davis?
It is a question Republicans will ponder as long as they talk about this year's narrow 4th District U.S. House race between Democratic U.S. Rep. Ken Lucas and Republican challenger Geoff Davis.


UK student killed by car was intoxicated, campus police say
LEXINGTON, Ky. - A University of Kentucky student killed by a car when he walked into a campus intersection last weekend had a preliminary blood alcohol reading more than three times the legal limit, according to UK police.
Police, firefighters take to field to aid girl
DAYTON, Ky. - What do you get when you put a couple of generations of former Campbell County football players together and give them badges, helmets, a Sunday afternoon and a cause?
Patton sentiment takes dive on home turf
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Gov. Paul Patton's approval rating has dropped 15 points in Jefferson County since a western Kentucky nursing home owner accused him of sexual harassment, according to the Courier-Journal's Bluegrass Poll.
Man pays $2,900 fine for using banned pesticide
VERSAILLES, Ky. - The Illinois man who used a banned pesticide on several central Kentucky horse farms has paid a $2,900 fine to the state Department of Agriculture.
Ohio, Kentucky testing their deer
SADIEVILLE, Ky. - By noon Saturday, the first day this hunting season that Kentuckians could use modern firearms to kill deer, heads from 12 carcasses were turned over to state wildlife biologist Clay Smitson so they could be tested for "chronic wasting disease," or CWD.
PRESIDENT BUSH IN CINCINNATI
Bush: 'We refuse to live in fear'
Speaking to the nation from Cincinnati, President Bush made his most strongly worded argument yet for U.S. military action to take out the “murderous tyrant” Saddam Hussein.
Photo GalleryText of speech
Protesters' message: Forget war
Selective who's who invited
Walnut Hills student meets president
RADEL: Hallowed ground has heard enough of war
Truman last president to speak at Union Terminal
Analysis: Speech aimed to persuade 3 audiences
U.N. a tougher sell than U.S. heartland

9/11 SECTIONS
Tristate vigils punctuated by patriotism, grief
        At services large and small, Greater Cincinnati came together to remember the day their nation was transformed by terrorist attacks.
Sept. 11, 2002: A Photo Gallery

Firefighters, Our Everyday Heroes
        Events of Sept. 11 gave everyone a reason to appreciate firefighters and emergency workers. A special tribute to the Tristate's everyday heroes.

SPECIAL
Great Neighborhoods: West Chester
        This special section begins a monthly series that offers a closer look at the places we call home in Greater Cincinnati.
Suburban issues get airing

Priests and Sexual Misconduct
        Four priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and two priests who formerly served in the Diocese of Covington have been suspended and/or accused of sexual misconduct in a scandal that has swept across the country. Click here for an archive of Enquirer reports.

Erpenbeck Investigation
        A. William Erpenbeck spent years building a company that appears to be crumbling. One of the Tristate's biggest home builders, the Erpenbeck Co., is under federal investigation for a suspected bank fraud that is affecting lenders, subcontractors and home owners. Click here for links to all Enquirer reports.