Thursday, May 1, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 121
1st case of SARS hits Tristate
The Tristate's first suspected case of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome has been confirmed in Northern Kentucky.

img Reds 13, Rockies 11
The Reds pounded 19 hits - their highest total since August, 2001 - and they needed all of them to make up for Ryan Dempster's wild night.
Not your not typical Coors slugfest

First marathon at age 65
Laura Booke is looking forward to being part of the celebration at the finish line of the fifth annual Flying Pig Marathon on Sunday.

Lion King backstage,
show's really wild

The show going on backstage during The Lion King isn't as pretty, but it's just as complicated as what audiences see.

Fine Arts Fund exceeds goal
The Fine Arts Fund raised $10,003,550 in its 2003 campaign, 7.5 percent more than last year.

Lewis shake ups Bengals' line
New coach Marvin Lewis wants to examine Mike Goff at center, Matt O'Dwyer at right guard and rookie Eric Steinbach at left guard.
Fans sound off on draft

Derby favorite has bruised foot
In a Kentucky Derby that apparently is Empire Maker's to win or lose, trainer Bobby Frankel has two more days to heal his favored colt.

Delta asks pilots for pay cut
Delta is asking its pilots to take a 22 percent pay cut across the board in an attempt to lower labor costs as the airline continues to bleed money.

Complete local news report

Man who tried to get help gets break
Proposal boosts religious groups
Sentinels: We'll take FOP place at table
Toddler survives 5-story plunge
Young family left to grieve

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Complete sports report

Golf Course of the Week: Legendary Run
Dillon won't skip this minicamp
Reds' Branyan better, but not ready
NBA: Kings eliminate Stockton, Malone
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Collaborative: FOP pullout
Virginia: Anti-spam law
Day of prayer: Time for reflection
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Kroger leaves Derby florists in dust
Grocers to alter labels on salmon
Provident shows greater profits
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

'New' Mavericks begin reunion here
Reconfiguring fashion
Stepchild Radio WAIF find new home
Noor, Moore among film festival judges
Get to it!

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