Iraqi general said captured
A general from Saddam Hussein's army has been captured in southern Iraq and is being pressed to provide strategic information, British officers said Sunday.
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Sunday, March 30, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 89
Love letter from son to father
The Reds will open the 2003 baseball season Monday, playing their first game at Great American Ball Park. For Enquirer sportswriter Mark Curnutte, it will be the first Opening Day without his father, who died last month.
Reds season preview section

UK upset in NCAA
Marquette raced to a 19-point halftime lead and drove top-ranked Kentucky out of the NCAA Tournament 83-69.
Kansas 78, Arizona 75
Final Four coverage

State keeps hiring amid crisis
Ohio may be facing its worst budget crisis since World War II, but that hasn't stopped the hiring of thousands of state workers.

Scandal cannot top war
Paul Patton ought to be thankful for Saddam Hussein. The Iraq war diverted Kentucky residents' attention from his sex scandal.
Patton wants to talk about tax-bill veto

A movable, musical feast
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra embarks today on its first tour with music director Paavo Jarvi. First stop is New York, where both the CSO and the Cincinnati Pops under Erich Kunzel, will play Carnegie Hall.

Duke Realty
towers over Tristate

As most Greater Cincinnati developers struggle to fill empty office buildings, Duke Realty Corp. has carved a lucrative path through the economic downturn.

Now playing, center stage
Great American Ball Park and the Reds' home opener are creating a lot of hoopla. But baseball isn't the only big-league game in town.

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5,000 men answer call to renew faith
Group reaches out to halt gun violence
Niece among accusers of priest
Haven for slaves to have history marked
MU plans lecture to last 100 hours

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Complete editorials report

Politicians say the dumbest things
War in Iraq: Missile strike
Collaborative: BUF bails out
Development: What's next?
Antwone Fisher, meet Delvar Barrett
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Samuels Products shares Rx for success
Hartzell Propeller still building on historic past
Execs' pay often has iffy basis
Tristate business notebook
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Keeping up with the war means using many sources
Lion's share of good seats still available
Miami glee club shares stage with a cappella Cantus
Get to it!
2003 Camp Guide

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Showdown in Iraq
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Iraqi Official: 150,000 Civilians Dead

Mubarak Warns Against Hanging Saddam

Iraq President Says Democrats Reassuring

Iraqi Government to Repair Shiite Shrine

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