Friday, April 4, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 94
Accused robber flees to FOP hall
Two lessons from "Bank Robbery 101": Never ask police officers to drive you home after a heist. And don't stash your loot in the police union hall.

SARS slows business travel
The mysterious respiratory ailment that has gripped Hong Kong and southern China has chilled planned business travel to the Tristate.
Chances of getting SARS here low

[img] Pirates sweep Reds
Contrary to what you hear on talk radio and in the stands of Great American Ball Park, a loss tonight to the Chicago Cubs will not officially eliminate the Reds from the playoffs.
Latest move upsets Larkin

Open door on fetal surgery
For Tristate families, getting fetal surgery has meant traveling to hospitals in other cities. A coalition of hospitals is working to bring fetal surgery to the Tristate.

West tops AP list
David West became Xavier's first Associated Press first-team All-American, and as he did in the preseason, received the most votes for the five-man team.
NCAA basketball page
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[img] An evolution
in birth control

New products and a returning favorite give women today more options than ever for birth control.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Restoration of Old St. Mary's nears completion
89-year-old woman rescued from deck
Study: Combo heart device is lifesaver
Luken: Cuts would hurt city services
Moeller leader leaves legacy of technology

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SPORTS
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Reds notebook: Dunn finding form at plate
First five games will test Bengals
XU's Waugh wins contest
Prep Player of Year finalists named
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Freedom to bark: Howler of a law
Bishops: Warning against evils
Language police: Gone amok
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Bank plans Butler, Warren expansions
Overtime pay law rewritten by panel
Industry notes: Retailing
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

CSO soars in superb Boston music hall
Men and women: The Great Divide
The Insatiable Shopper
On the fridge
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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