Tuesday, June 10, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 161
5th and Race to be built
Eagle Realty Group is poised to start construction this summer on a $55 million project of shops and parking at Fifth and Race streets even though no retailer has committed to the project.


Ten Commandments
taken from schools

Dozens of protesters wept and prayed as a crane scooped up granite tablets bearing the Ten Commandments and removed them from four public schools under a court order.

Ballpark kisser gets 4½ years
David Horton, the wanted man who got nabbed when his parole officer saw him smooching his girl friend on the Kiss Cam at a Reds game, pleaded guilty to stupidity.

Chicks deliver goods
Once they had addressed "the incident," politics were forgotten and the Dixie Chicks gave 16,000 fans at U.S. Bank Arena a high-tech concert experience.


Boy, 14, guilty in shooting spree
A South Fairmount boy pleaded guilty in a shooting spree that killed one boy and paralyzed another.

State's deficit keeps growing
Gov. Bob Taft's budget office blames lower-than-hoped-for income tax returns for a $200 million deficit this month, raising speculation that the two-year budget may be $1 billion short.

Lewis: Practice makes perfect
When minicamp closes with Wednesday afternoon's practice, the Bengals will have had the maximum 30 on-field practices and coaching sessions allowed in the offseason.
Team hopes practice spurs sales


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.
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LOCAL NEWS
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Mom arrested, hid 13 kids from judge
New owners reshape, rename Forest Fair
Study results favor Liberty Twp. interchange
Trucker accused of 202 sex charges
Coach & Four torn down

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SPORTS
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Finding shortstop tall order
Reds at Devil Rays series preview
Devils hoist third Cup
Speedway expects 70,000 for Busch
Brossart ousted in softball final

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EDITORIALS
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Ohio reforms: Needed moves
Covington-based: Farmers' market
Cincinnati: On Broadway
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Harry Potter hype in high gear
Gay Web site pays off
5/3 Bancorp to take write-off
Taiwan consults Chabot
Morning Memo

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Mini Cooper creates a road cult
Nannies can prove credentials with new test
Wanted: Father-child look alikes
Summer festival guide
Get to It: A guide to help make your day

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