Monday, June 9, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 160
Blue Jays 5, Reds 0
Kelvim Escobar pitched a four-hitter for his third career shutout, leading the Toronto Blue Jays to a rain-delayed 5-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Rose attends first game at new park

Change now the word at Fernald
The former uranium processing plant left a 40-year legacy of secrets, deceit and radioactive contamination. Today, as a $4.4 billion cleanup winds toward transformation into park and wetlands, some of Fernald's harshest critics say there has been a sea change.

Do you resemble your father?
Post your father/son or father/daughter look-alike photos on our Web site for Father's Day.

S P E C I A L   R E P O R T
Losing a generation
Cincinnati's young adults are moving away at alarming rates. The Gen X flight is prompting a shift in urban approach: lure and keep the young.
Tell us what you think

Summer festival guide
It's almost summer - a time for sunburns, humidity - and a slew of festivals in the Tristate. Use this guide as a roadmap to fun for your summer weekends.

Not like the old Z
Nissan's 350Z looks like a million bucks from the outside and has a powerful engine under the hood.
What are you driving?

State champs rendezvous
While the city celebrated St. Xavier and Purcell Marian's Division I and II championships in the state baseball tournament Saturday, the two teams were also relishing the moment - with each other.
• Game reports: St. X | Purcell

Complete local news report

City helped tame DOJ's fierceness
Teachers retrace Underground Railroad
Reforms planned for private care
Storm injures several at concert
Cincinnati State faces tuition hike

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Complete sports report

Fiery Guillen still struggling with role
Reds notebook: Larkin close to returning
Bears bounce Buckeyes
Ferrero's feat of clay - finally
Sorenstam wins fifth major title

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Complete editorials report

Cincinnati CAN and now it will
Women's World Cup: We're in play
Heart repair: New method tested
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Grocers' chips to go high-tech
Suits allege racial profiling in retail
GOP hopes to quell budget infighting
Promotions & new on the job
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

'Hairspray' takes hold of the Tonys
Hillary says, yes, she forgives Bill
Allan, Diamond Rio brighten rainy day
Get eager to exercise
Get to It

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