Monday, May 5, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 125
Block party got out of hand
For the second straight year, police in riot gear had to quell a Cinco de Mayo block party near the University of Cincinnati when partiers turned over two cars and "about 600 intoxicated young adults" filled the street.
U.S. embraces Cinco de MayoWhat is Cinco de Mayo?

Locals win Flying Pig
The fifth annual Flying Pig Marathon featured a record-number of entrants, near-perfect weather and - for the first time in Pig history - two local winners.
Complete results
Couple tie knot after marathon


Giants 6, Reds 1
Reds hitters were helpless Sunday against Giants starter Kirk Rueter, who improved to 10-1 against Cincinnati.
Reds Box, Runs
Sunday's Reds Q&A
Cards come to town atop NL Central

Honor humbles judge
In his hometown today, retired judge Nathaniel R. Jones will witness the official naming of a $22 million federal building and courthouse in his honor.

City ranks high in charity
Greater Cincinnati ranked as the 20th most generous region in the country, according to a new study of charitable donations by the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Complete local news report

Police risk lawsuit over force reporting
Ordinance cracks down on junkers
Butler Co. bets future on fiber-optic network
Skateboards find Fairfield niche
Enquirer wins 1st Amendment award

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Complete sports report

Bengals work on special teams
Jim Rome comes to Cincinnati
College sports notebook
Prep baseball, softball polls and leaders
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Fine Arts Fund: Campaign tops goal
Freedom Center: Minority firms
Military imagery rings hollow
Voinovich defends his tax position
Don't be chicken, savor Downtown
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Making It: Promotions & new on the job
Morning Memo
Two emerge as mall-war winners
P&G fuels marketing with science
Engine pioneer predicts crisis

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Complete tempo report

Holocaust survivors bake for special cause
Empty seats at Alan Jackson concert
'American Idol' poll: Who will win?
Kelley won't give up on 'The Practice'
Get to It

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