Wednesday, June 25, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 176
Going outside?
Just don't breathe

Don't breathe the air - at least not too much of it. The arrival of summer heat has also brought dangerous smog.

UC raises tuition by 10 percent
University of Cincinnati students will pay 9.9 percent more in tuition next fall, the third-highest dollar increase since 1979.

Botox is more than meets the eye
Botox helped Ken Lazarus move his hands enough to work a computer, grasp a paintbrush or turn the page of a book.
Botox helped them to say, 'No sweat'

Area lucrative for Bush, GOP
On its way to raising a record $200 million, the Bush re-election fund-raising express rolls into Cincinnati tonight - and for good reason.

Reds win marathon
Kelly Stinnett, the last non-pitcher available to hit for the Reds, drove in a pair of runs in the 14th inning to help lift the Reds to a 7-4 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday.

Little gets jail
A 30-day jail sentence imposed Tuesday might jeopardize former University of Cincinnati basketball center Donald Little's chance of being drafted by the NBA on Thursday.

Kroger beats forecasts
Kroger Co. reported first-quarter earnings Tuesday that beat analysts' estimates by a penny, but it also indicated that profits could fall short of expectations for the full year.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Lawmakers shelve racetrack slots idea
Apartment fire kills visitor
Colerain establishes curfew law
Fair beefs up with new facilities
Boone County OKs 'bare bones' budget

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds notebook: Riedling will pitch on Friday
Miami taking on artificial turf
Kesselring fills Amelia football post
ACC to pursue Miami, Va. Tech only
Wednesday's sports on TV, radio

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Fiscal crisis: States spent too much
Libraries: Blocking porn
New homes: Inspection backlog
Kroger welcomes city's partnership
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Consumer confidence stays level
Area bookstores reap the magic
N.Ky. small businesses honored
Consumers prefer to bank at branches
Morning memo

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Jackson Browne shines with his opening acts
Despite Marzetti mystery, recipe not elusive
Heartburn pill to be sold over-the-counter
TV viewing suffering summer slump
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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