Tuesday, May 6, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 126
Council members spend freely
At a time City Council was cutting $35 million from the budget, each member's $110,440 annual office budget went untouched. An Enquirer review tells you what they spent it on.

Money on ballot
Here's a rundown on the issues in today's special election in Hamilton, Butler, Warren and Clermont counties.
Low voter turnout expected

Square shooting seen as rare
A fatal shooting on Fountain Square last weekend had downtown workers buzzing Monday, but nobody said it would keep them away from one of Cincinnati's best-known landmarks.

Hate-crime dispute
One of the few black families in Brown County say seven white men threatened them at gunpoint on their farm and they claim the sheriff and prosecutor have failed to adequately investigate.

Isley Brothers' sweet ride
Since 1955, Ronald Isley has been the lead voice of the Isley Brothers, the only act to have hits in six consecutive decades. Today, the Cincinnati family drops its new album, Body Kiss.
New album has the heat, but not the beat

Reds 5, Cards 4
With each play or pitch, the Reds seemed to be giving away a much-needed win against the division's first-place team. Then Aaron Boone homered in the bottom of the ninth.
Tomko: Reds dealt me bad hand

Bengals seek help at DE
The Bengals apparently are looking for depth at defensive end in a pair of veteran free agents.
Team releases two tackles

Complete local news report

UC photos used to ID melee suspects
Husband sought in teacher's slaying
Teen births hit 14-year low
Restaurants help slain manager's family
Northern Ky. tourism rises

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Complete sports report

Racing set to start at Ky. Speedway
Reds' Branyan on cusp of activation
McNick's Doerger fired again
Kings gets new hoops coach
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Weekend violence: Intolerable
Federal bench: Cook confirmed
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Women's work still 'pink collar'
Housing costs top pay raises
Toyota creates new model for Gen Y
Delta traffic down 11.2%; Comair's up 32.9%
Small businesses honored for quality

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Complete tempo report

'American Idol' Poll: Who will win?
On summer trips, dress for safety
Weekend bash 'spirited'
Local Lit
Get to It

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