Sunday, May 25, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 145

Springer tests appeal
Jerry Springer visited Youngstown, Ohio, this month, testing the waters for a U.S. Senate campaign with interviews, speeches and union hall meetings.
Fingerhut the other Dem in hunt

Fallen Ky. officer remembered
More than 300 friends, relatives and fellow law enforcement officials mourned Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Resources officer Douglas W. Bryant, who died Monday.

City revels in fun
They had bellies full of goetta. They had dope Pumas. They had bobbleheads. It was a great time to be young and in Cincinnati.
Taste of Cincinnati
Memorial weekend activities

TV faces reality check
The 2002-03 TV season will be remembered as the year of reality shows. It should be noted as the season that gave us great new dramas.

Minor league, major draw
Though the odds of someday donning a Reds uniform at Great American Ball Park are slim, those playing for the Single-A Dayton Dragons would seem to have a unique developmental advantage -- home field.

Junior's bombs not enough for Reds
Ken Griffey Jr. looked like the All-Century player of old, going 4-4 with two 2-run homers, but Florida pitchers struck out 13 Reds and beat the home team 5-4 at Great American Ball Park.
Ken Griffey Jr.

Complete local news report

Veterans' care squeezed by VA
Police build case against twins
Attorney responds to judges' criticism
Former library sold to carpet store
Fire stirs memories for detective

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Complete sports report

Bengals Q & A
Swarm fall to Islanders
Page Two power rankings
St. X hangs on to continue streak
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Life after the diploma
UC riots: Solutions
UC: Battered image
Patriot Act: Chabot holds hearing
Right or wrong, McKinney did something
DARE program works, should survive cuts

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Complete business report

Innovation continues down on the farm
Prom spending knows no recession
Fish industry tries new angle on labels
Investor initiatives growing
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Ads leave audiences grumbling
Chang examines the female experience
Play uses marriage to examine race
Protests scheduled for 'Corpus Christi'
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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