Sunday, May 4, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 124
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Spotty testing hides
lead poisoning toll

The public health system knows that 580 children in Greater Cincinnati were identified with unacceptable levels of lead in their blood. But it does not know how many others are out there.

Fountain Sq. shooting alarming
A Friday night shooting at the heart of Cincinnati's downtown has a business concerned that this latest crime will be its demise.

Beggar law has wide support
A get-tough move that requires street beggars to register with the city may not face much of the ideological squabbling of past debates.

Pigs fly today
Record numbers of runners and walkers are expected in the Flying Pig Marathon, beginning at 6:25 a.m. Cincinnati.com will post updates after the first finishers and complete results this afternoon.
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Mall-war winners emerge
The battle to bring upscale shopping and entertainment to northern Cincinnati's affluent suburbs appears settled.

Funny Cide
Funny Cide triumphs
New York-bred Funny Cide held off favored Empire Maker to become the first gelding since 1929 to win the Kentucky Derby.
Photos of Kentucky Derby

Giants 9, Reds 6
The Reds made a game effort at a comeback but couldn't repair the damage caused by a shaky Paul Wilson outing. Wilson, who had been the Reds' most consistent starter, gave up nine runs in 3 2/3 innings.
Reds Q&A
Reds notebook: Riedling prepared to start

X-Men cometh again
This action-packed and emotionally satisfying sequel about super-powered mutants fighting for survival is even better than the original.
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LOCAL NEWS
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Freedom Center on schedule, on budget
Historic estate being divided
Purple Heart long overdue
Sparking wire stalls firefighters
Mental retardation bill tied to closings

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SPORTS
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Bengals begin to take shape
Bengals Q&A
Ignorance is bliss for Thomas More
Clones lose finale
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
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Music Hall a catalyst for urban renewal
Jerome Campbell: Clemency
Gun suit dropped: Good riddance
Bush doctrine: Restated
Opinions vary on school tax hikes
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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P&G fuels marketing with science
Engine pioneer predicts crisis
Delta London flights on sale
Lillian Vernon goes beyond catalog
Business Meetings This Week

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TEMPO
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Poll: Who will win 'American Idol'?
Make reservations now for Mother's Day
Antiquing with Anita Ellis
Collector gathers signs of our times
Get to It

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