Saturday, August 2, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 214
Man charged in arson
Police say a man who made his living stealing car stereos picked a rooming house near Ohio State University at random to set the fire that killed five college students, including two from Cincinnati.

Reds 5, Giants 3
It isn't the roster fans spent the past few years dreaming about. But during this week of trades and firings, the new-look Reds have won four out of five.
Payroll plan may set Reds up to win

Offense takes lead
In past years, the Bengals' intrasquad scrimmage showed the defense was ahead of the offense. Not this year.
Palmer to see lots of snaps today
Inside Training Camp
Corey Dillon

City, country kids
cross paths at fair

If you find a person who can't find something fun at the 150th Ohio State Fair here, check his pulse.

Mix it up, bartenders!
We asked mixologists around town what their latest concoctions are this summer, and here are their most fun and colorful answers in a glass.

No dampening Blues Fest
The Queen City Blues Fest, Cincinnati's annual bout of boogie fever, opened Friday with good, steamy festival weather and a lineup to match.
Bon Jovi's Riverbend show slow, uneven
Flaming Lips enchant circus-like crowd

Young minister mourned
The tragic death of a promising young preacher has brought together a MIddletown religious community.

Vespa keeps scooting along
Nostalgia, image contribute to this Italian scooter's continued appeal.
Caddy CTS affordable dream

Complete local news report

Gays will try to aid prosecutor in death
Weekend fare offers gators, artists' wares
Downtown gets back an old favorite
Picture of the day: Batesville soldier buried
Tristate A.M. Report

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Complete sports report

Lebron's No. 23 has fans paying big dollars
Indy not losing its allure for NASCAR
Injured Serena to sit out U.S. Open
Softball competition stronger than friendship
Weekend sports on TV, radio

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Complete editorials report

Thumbs down: Disrupters
Unfair gas taxes, aging interstates
Thumbs up: Blues Fest
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

FDA lifts olestra warnings
Wraps off grocery's makeover
Critics push for home-loan changes
Jobless rate down, but jobs fewer
What's the buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Containers of excitement
Nursery owner says organic is cheaper
Read up to discover bookcases' value
In the know
Get to it!

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