Thursday, January 16, 2003 -- Volume 8, No. 16
Inside Look at Marvin Lewis
As a child, the Bengals' new coach never left the house without making his bed and straightening his room. His mother can't remember her son being unprepared for anything in his life.
Jim Anderson to stay on coaching staff

Booze-free MLK Day sought
A coalition of African-American groups seeking to reduce urban violence in Cincinnati has asked owners of grocery stores, restaurants, bars and nightclubs in Over-the-Rhine and the West End not to sell alcohol on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Fatal accident at restaurant
From the front window of Rusty's Ristorante here, the staff and patrons had a horrifying view Tuesday night of just how fleeting life can be: Two patrons were hit by a car, killing one.

UC 66, Saint Louis 56
UC's fifth consecutive victory featured a season-high 25 points from Leonard Stokes.

Lucas' record: just 1 bill
Northern Kentucky's Rep. Ken Lucas introduced only one bill during the previous session of Congress. And he has introduced none this session.

5/3 probe extended to June
Internal accounting problems that Fifth Third Bancorp revealed last fall and hoped to wrap up with regulators before this year are bigger than the Cincinnati banking giant expected.
Loan, deposit growth fuel profit gains

Complete local news report

Federal proposal for bridge crafted
GHA drops mental health services
UC search panel told to open meetings
Records: Approvals granted to Yemenis
Ohio Moments

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Complete sports report

Reds stake future in young arms
Earl Lawson, Hall of Fame Reds writer, dies
OSU expects thousands for football fete
West sets Xavier block record
High school sports page

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Complete business report

Erpenbeck loan payoff drags out
Store user-friendly to blind
Provident boosts profits by reducing loan losses
Morning Memo
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Westwood's street fighters
Painter portrays this city's history
Jerry Seinfeld stands up for grueling gig
The Early Word
Get to it!

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Updated AP report

Iraqi Official: 150,000 Civilians Dead

Sen. Allen Concedes Defeat in Virginia

Bush, Pelosi Hold White House Talks

Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

Mubarak Warns Against Hanging Saddam

Bolton Unlikely to Win Senate Approval

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Ed Bradley of '60 Minutes' Dies at 65

U.S. Rises in Auto Reliability Ratings

49ers Look to Relocate New Stadium

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