Sunday, July 27, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 208

Women take power
When Nancy Zimpher arrives as president of the University of Cincinnati, she'll join the city's newest elite - a growing circle of powerful women who are shaking up leadership traditions.

UC's new leader gets results
Nancy Zimpher's ability to deliver has changed the face of her university and made an indelible mark on the community.
UC students: What's your advice for the new president?

Teen idols grow up
Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera have grown up to become full-fledged entertainers. They showed it at their concert here Saturday night.

Higher goals await Bengals
Optimism, like humidity, traditionally runs high at Bengals training camp. For a team coming off a 2-14 record, the Bengals have great hope in 2003.
Bengals Q&A

Your weekend guide
Seabiscuit is finally here (Lara Croft and Spy Kids, too). Catch our movies reviews, dining tips and entertainment listings.
Chilifest really cooks

Slaying from '80 going to trial
An ailing, 59-year-old man will be wheeled into a Boone County courtroom Monday to defend himself against allegations he shot and decapitated his wife 23 years ago.

A lot in small package
The Kia Sorento was designed as much for off-road grit as for on-road performance.
In her Element, she gets attention

Women play the blues, too
The Queen City Blues Fest next weekend will offer a good look at some top blueswomen.
Blues Fest schedule

Jose Acevedo Reds 8, Mets 3
The Reds have two wins since the All-Star break. Both belong to Jose Acevedo, who beat the New York Mets 8-3 before a crowd of 29,305 at Shea Stadium Saturday.
Reds Q&A

Building brighter kids
Suppose people in Greater Cincinnati were as passionate to build kids' brains as we are to build sports teams?
Helping kids get ready to grow
'Angel' teaches mom to raise son
Support key to child's success

Complete local news report

No sale on McGuire Sisters home
Ex-mayor leads Mill Creek fight
Taft girls winning on court, in life
Upgraded fire station in Blue Ash nearer
Hamilton to propose ideas for river

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Complete sports report

'Fly-Man' won't take off Metro
Reds ship Larson back to Louisville
Sports flicks chock full of characters
Murray, Carter ready for Hall
Ex-Bengal Spikes touts Buffalo LB's

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Complete editorials report

Old problems, new warnings
Clinton backs Bush
Henry can spread the word
Democrats must get past the pessimism
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Goodbye to P&G, hello HP
Cheap money fuels sale of used cars
Business reform beginning to have impact
What's the Buzz?
Survival through addition

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Complete tempo report

Web site's goal: Friendship first
Chicago-style hot dogs in Ky.
UC student overcoming anorexia
CCM grads off to Broadway
A guide to help make your day

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