Thursday, May 8, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 128
Fiorini indicted in fraud
Former insurance agent and promissory note pitchman George Fiorini is accused of lying about the securities he sold, taking $1.4 million, then spending it on himself, family and friends.

CPS levy first step to better digs
img Students and teachers were jubilant over the passage of a $480 million bond issue to build 35 new schools and renovate 31 more in Cincinnati.
Black vote called key for issue win

Condon called fixture at morgue
The lawyers for several families told a judge that Thomas Condon's relationship with the coroner's staff was so cozy that it allowed him to take hundreds of photos of bodies at the morgue.

Out of the grave
Up to now, the Reds season had looked bleak. But Danny Graves pitched them to their third straight win over the Cardinals, and his much-maligned switch from the bullpen is looking like a very smart move.

UC may bar top recruit
Junior-college center Robert Whaley will not be part of the UC basketball program until felony charges are resolved, and he will be permanently dismissed if convicted.

Survival and strength
To Diane Williams, breast cancer was a death sentence. But it changed her life. She survived, and now counsels other cancer patients and their families.

Grocer ends barriers for blind
The North College Hill Kroger's blind-friendly design is an example of the impact that Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired has had on the neighborhood.
Clovernook marks 100th year helping the blind

Complete local news report

Council pressures UC to act on melee
Supreme Court delays Campbell's execution
Danger lurks in Dick's Creek
Mother of all YMCAs coming to Boone Co.
Fletcher's campaign given green light

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Complete sports report

ARCA on its own at Ky. Speedway
Elusive trophy now in Flesch's grasp
Golf Course of the Week: Aston Oaks
No Bengals' visit from DE Zellner
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Brown Couty: Racial complaint
McCain-Feingold: 1,638-page ruling
Iraq: Saddam soundings
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Business school looks to world
Companies coming up short
Telemarketing bill advances
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Home cookin' produced 'Three Barbecues'
Lansbury comes back to scene of 'Murder'
Dancer Walsh returns to familiar stage
The Early Word
Get to it!

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