Monday, May 26, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 146

Heroes remembered
Tristaters will parade down city streets, pray at military monuments and gather at neighborhood parks today in celebration of Memorial Day.
Memorial Day EventsClosings

VA reaches out to homeless
One of three homeless people is a military veteran. Iola Green's job is to find them.

Still time to taste
Taste of Cincinnati runs from noon to 9 p.m. today. Click here for a map of the booths, a schedule of entertainers and traffic details.

Drones may ease traffic
Pilotless planes, which the U.S. military has used to snoop out Iraqi tanks, will be tested in Ohio to see whether they can battle a common hazard: traffic jams.

Two schools on top 100 list
Wyoming and Indian Hill high schools are among the top 100 public high schools in the country listed in a Newsweek magazine analysis

Skatepark Nyquist rides to sky
Professional BMX freestyle rider Ryan Nyquist could win a zillion street contests and earn a lifetime's worth of prize money by the time he's 30.
Inliner on line for X Games
Skatepark Series Schedule

Eagles' return not so peaceful
Thirty-two years after the band formed, the Eagles are back with another reunion tour, 8 p.m. today at U.S. Bank Arena.

Marlins 6, Reds 2
Jack McKeon's Florida Marlins completed a three-game sweep against the Reds with a 6-2 victory before 35,703 at Great American Ball Park.
Daugherty: On pace for nonsense


Complete local news report

Party ends in fatal knifing
Ohio 48 work threatens Hidden Valley Farm
Ex-Woodward player killed in CSU fight
Presbyterians elect pro-gay officer
Car dealer ready to get started

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Complete sports report

Bengals Q & A
Reds at Braves series preview
De Ferran wins Indy 500
UC's Sharp settles into WNBA life
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Life after the diploma
Memorial Day: War heroes
Other losses: Civilians
Readers' Views
DARE program works, should survive cuts

    • More editorials...

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?

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Complete tempo report

Little doggy trend unleashed
New products help pamper family pet
CAC Countdown
Festival opera ends on high note
Get to It

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