Wednesday, June 4, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 155
Stockbroker sentenced
to 46 months in jail

A former Cincinnati stockbroker convicted of pocketing $10 million in client funds will spend as much as 46 months in prison.
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Gambling proposed for tracks
A proposal introduced Tuesday would allow Ohioans to vote this November on bringing video slot machines to state horse race tracks and use the proceeds for education.

img Reunion at barbecue
When we asked cookbook author Steven Raichlen to serve as our most recent Virtual Chef, we expected good food. We didn't expect a family reunion.

Race could split GOP
State Rep. Charlie Walton jumped into a political race Tuesday that Republican Party leaders fear will tear into the foundation of the Northern Kentucky GOP.

img At top of the class
Unlike some high schools across the country, the tradition of naming a valedictorian remains alive and well in the Tristate - with a few twists.
Catching up with past valedictorians

Reds 4, Yankees 3
Juan Castro's two-out single in the bottom of the ninth lifted the Reds to a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees before a crowd of 41,826, the second-largest of the year.
Daugherty: Yanks hog the spotlight
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Shootout might be in February
College basketball fans and media alike consider the Crosstown Shootout to be one of the most entertaining rivalries, which is why ESPN naturally wants the game moved from December to February, making it part of the network's "Rivalry Week" programming.
UC: Little lesson might go long way to NBA

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See what makes the Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art such an asset for Cincinnati and how you can make a visit extraordinary.
New art center opens to wows
Contemporary fashion

LOCAL NEWS
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Family protests woman's care
UC faculty union votes to join federation
Mayor of Norwood resigns post
Obituary: Eltee Watson, 106
Tristate A.M. Report

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SPORTS
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Reds focus on drafting college arms
Sosa caught using corked bat
Veteran QB Matthews knows his role
Freedom ring in the home season
Rain postpones prep tournament games

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EDITORIALS
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NetJets: Close loopholes
Skywalks: Time to go
Ohio Revised Code: Offensive words
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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SARS scare boosts sales
Pickups, SUVs drive U.S. vehicle sales in May
Fed chief likes outlook
Martha Stewart faces possible charges
Morning memo

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TEMPO
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Battling melanoma
Metallica unleashes its 'Anger' early
American Film Institute's Heroes and Villains
Blind Boys preach irresistible gospel
Get to it!

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