LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 13, 2003|
Bronson: Flynts' outrage just part of their fetish for ink|
The Hustler store on Elm Street fits the downtown business district like a stripper at a bankers' board meeting. But it gets less attention. That's the problem.
Howard: Some good news
For her obvious and tangible expression of long-term vision and ongoing ingenuity, along with her ministry that brought people together for peace-filled expressions and demonstrations, Kirstin Springmeyer has been given the Campus Pastor of the Year Award.
Pulfer: TV infomercial Springer's latest 'silly show'
Jerry Springer, you sleazy rascal, are you serious this time? Because we know you can be a kidder.
Butler receives aid for seniors
HAMILTON - A meager income and the escalating costs of her prescription drugs have placed 83-year-old Mildred Meier in a dilemma common to many elderly people today.
Bicycle trek aids research, services for MS
LEBANON - Don Beland's tush provided a nice accent to his tight biker shorts early Saturday morning.
Should records go on 'Net?
The more information technology spreads, the more privacy rights are colliding with information-access rights - a clash that has grown acute in Butler County following a judicial order to remove some court records from the Internet.
Residents fight shopping center
NORWOOD - Her home is her sanctuary. A hairdresser and former model, Norma Nelson has dripped sweat, developed calluses and toiled well beyond sundown to convert her Atlantic Avenue residence into the perfect haven.
Mystery of stolen rabbit statue solved
LEBANON - Lawn ornaments in this Warren County community can rest a little easier.
Dad accused of giving son a lethal drug overdose
LANCASTER, Ohio - A man who served an eight-month sentence for drug possession in 2001 has now been accused of giving his son a lethal overdose of drugs.
Episcopalians turn to humor to fill the pews
COLUMBUS - Episcopalians are trying to get more people to go to church by offering an unusual enticement: "Summer sermons will be shorter. Priests play golf too."
600 nuns hold regional meeting
CRESTVIEW HILLS - Maria Sally Willitzer, 23, found her home among sisters.
OSU trustees pass second tuition increase in 3 months
COLUMBUS - Ohio State University trustees have approved a tuition increase for the second time in three months.
Some suspects allowed to roam
COLUMBUS - A man who fled a psychiatric facility during a holiday fireworks display is one of 20 patients accused of serious crimes who have freedoms ranging from walking its grounds with an escort to leaving the hospital unescorted.
Tristate A.M. Report
A 12-year-old Northside girl was visiting a Avondale residence when a pit bull bit her Friday afternoon. Kahisha Jones, of the 4700 block of Hamilton Avenue, was taken to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
David J. Pusack, 80, retired engineer
When David J. Pusack wasn't working as a metallurgical engineer for Cincinnati Milling Machine Company, he was tending to his avocations - either as a wildlife educator or in musical theater.
Blood shortage delays some surgeries
LOUISVILLE - The Red Cross chapter here is asking area hospitals to postpone elective surgeries because of a blood shortage.
Cloggers, tiny dragsters, prize chickens and more
INDEPENDENCE - Crashing cars, prize-winning poultry and country hams will be in abundance this week, as Northern Kentucky communities kick off the annual summer rite known as the county fair.
Lakeside Park cops suspect homicide
LAKESIDE PARK - The body of an 83-year-old widower was discovered at his Carran Drive home about 4 p.m. Saturday.
Body identified as S. Lebanon woman
LONDON, Ky. - A woman's partially decomposed body, found last weekend in Rockcastle County, was identified Friday as that of Karen Taylor of South Lebanon.
A.G. says they called despite do-not-call
FRANKFORT - Attorney General Ben Chandler's office has filed suit against two companies, alleging they made unwanted telephone solicitations to Kentuckians.
Dems draw up battle plan at saloon
Northern Kentucky Democrats need more nights like the one they had last week in the back room of a Newport saloon.
$100,000 reward in attack on Ky. horses
LEXINGTON - The national governing body of equestrian competition offered a reward for information on those who intentionally injured five American saddlebreds.
Ky. teachers' salaries trail U.S. average
Salaries for Kentucky's public school teachers continue to lag compared with the rest of the nation, according to a 2001-02 survey released by the American Federation of Teachers.
Priests and Sexual Misconduct|
Four priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and two priests who formerly served in the Diocese of Covington have been suspended and/or accused of sexual misconduct in a scandal that has swept across the country. Click here for an archive of Enquirer reports.
Erpenbeck Investigation |
Bill Erpenbeck was one of the Tristate's biggest home builders before his company crumbled in a bank fraud scandal that affected lenders, subcontractors and home owners. Click here for links to all Enquirer reports.