Thursday, June 5, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 156
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Ken Griffey Jr. hit one of four Cincinnati homers and the Reds thrilled a sell-out crowd with their second straight win over the Yankees.
Guillen knows how Sosa feels
Zim a piece of living history


Chabot abortion bill near law
With a House vote to ban "partial birth" abortion, Congress is on the verge of ending what Cincinnati Rep. Steve Chabot calls "truly a national tragedy."

Mayor poses election change
Charlie Luken wants a commission to study whether the city should drop its at-large council election and return to ward elections or a proportional representation system.

School prank kills peacock
A senior prank that went bad resulted in the death of a peacock after students turned a menagerie of stolen birds and animals loose, authorities said.

Lying juror sent to jail
Rachelle Thomas was so opposed to serving on a jury, she said she'd rather go to jail. A judge sent her there for nine days.

Hospitals cash cows for city
Out-of-towners coming here for hospital care generated more than $363 million last year - far more than the tourists who come here to watch pro sports or to visit the zoo.

Erpenbeck buyers off hook
The last of 211 people who had bought Erpenbeck-built homes got the news that unpaid construction loans no longer exist.

LOCAL NEWS
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Downtown challenges 'grave'
Football star facing drug charge
Apartment owner, Butler Co. face off
Middletown water leak traced to warehouse
Local murder focus of TV show

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SPORTS
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Cincinnati bids on Women's World Cup
Sosa's bats come up cork-free
Tristate Course of the Week
Milford eager for redemption at state
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

A human investment
Another cheating athlete
Don't erode freedoms
Peace 'road map' offers new hope
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Erpenbeck buyers off the hook
Delta focus: Labor costs
Kroger moving to revived mall
Morning memo
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Suited for summer
'Star Wars' empire strikes back
MTV tries to reach imaginary target audience
Orrico wants stardom without the sex appeal
Get to it!

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