Tuesday, July 1, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 181
Fireworks Fireworks booming, but so is red tape
Sales are skyrocketing. Paperwork is exploding. Red tape is bursting out all over.
Fireworks trace may delay flights
Proud to be young Americans

Group recruits for downtown
Mayor Charlie Luken today will appoint two high-profile Cincinnati corporate executives to oversee a new private, nonprofit group charged with sparking downtown's struggling economic development efforts.

State of Eight
Ohio still holds the title as Mother of Presidents. But after administrations marked by scandal, tragedy and mediocrity, the rest of the nation said eight is enough, and it's been eight decades since the last Ohioan occupied the White House.
Taft

Wins have Reds dealing with cardiac success
PITTSBURGH - By nearly any measure, the Reds are not a very good baseball team this year. So, how in the name of Abner Doubleday have the Reds avoided that long slide into oblivion, when all logic says they should be looking up at the Milwaukee Brewers?
Reds at Pirates series preview

Lawn chair  parade Lawn chair parade
A group of ladies formally known as Northsidian Ladies Auxiliary Lawn Chair Brigade will portray 'Rosie the Riveter' in a zany Northside Fourth of July tradition.

P&G will run Super Bowl ads
Procter & Gamble Co. will break with tradition and put a commercial into the 2004 Super Bowl for only the third time in five years.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Lower threshold for DUI in effect
Junk food winning lunchtime battle
W. Nile virus found in county
Corps hears creek woes
Combs to face Cates in primary

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Interleague play hiked attendance 20%
Miami bolts, leaves Big East vacuum
Dennehy shot by former teammate?
Capriati, Davenport aim for the Williamses
Tuesday's sports on TV, radio

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

River wreck: Reckless boating
Ohio: Taxes, fees start rising today
DUI standards: Federal mandates
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Convergys wins $100M break
Ashland chemical unit sold for $300M
Car of future could do it all
What's the buzz?
Morning memo
Tristate summary

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Woman weaves dreams on the Web
Weekly guide to computers & the Web
New fun full-figured fashions
Randolph rocks Southgate House
Get to It

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