Friday, August 22, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 234
Kids fry on 1st day
First assignment for tens of thousands of children in Greater Cincinnati classrooms: Try to keep cool.
Staff shakeup intended to boost school results

Accused remains a priest
A former hospital chaplain and teacher at Elder High School remains a priest in good standing despite a substantiated allegation that he fondled a boy more than 20 years ago.

Metro bus
plows into house

Leslie Irvin was inside a South Fairmount house with three of her children Thursday when she felt a crash "that sounded like a bomb just blew up."

AIDS inspires
a fight for life

Kelly Chambers shows how far the battle against AIDS has come: 20 years ago, people who got AIDS were usually dead within a year.

Big finish for Elder
Elder fans got a comfortable 33-14 victory over Winton Woods in the season-opening Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown.
Crowd shows purple power

D'backs 9, Reds 3
PHOENIX - Danny Graves has had some hard luck during his seven-game losing streak.
Notebook: Freel's comments rile Big Unit

Great neighborhoods: Loveland
Loveland and neighboring Symmes Township are combining their rural past and suburban present to create one of Greater Cincinnati's Great Neighborhoods. (And don't forget about the alien frogs or UFO's!)

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Lynch among council hopefuls
Mason Heritage Festival celebrates 35 straight years
Drivers' license seizures challenged
Woman robs US Bank in Fort Wright
Shortway Bridge soon to be shorter

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

In the NFL, QBs always are on call
Bengals end camp closer as a team
For Goin, waiting is the hardest part
New challenges await UC walk-on
Friday sports on TV, radio

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

New Zealand: Big stink over gas tax
Purple People Bridge: One way or two?
Readers' Views
Sunday's Forum

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

'Self-healing' grid being developed
Economic signals turn green
Rising rates pushing home sales
Morning memo
What's the buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

The Insatiable Shopper
Sugar-free desserts all in good taste
On the fridge
BatsToday
Get to it!

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Downs: He's a different Flynt off the old stone
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