Tuesday, August 26, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 238
Girl power: Kiss
us, we rule

"Seeeeeeniors!" The cheers ricocheted through Fort Thomas Monday morning as dozens of teenage girls barreled down the avenue in cars decorated for the first day of school.

CPS first day: 25% no-shows
About a fourth of students enrolled in Cincinnati Public Schools didn't show up on the first day of classes last week, according to numbers released by the school district Monday.
CPS Super. Frailey gets $6,800 pay hike

Reds' fire sale continues
Relief pitcher Felix Heredia, who was the only left-handed pitcher remaining in the Reds bullpen, was claimed off waivers Monday by the New York Yankees.
Brewers 10, Reds 6

Shortway Bridge dives into history
A historic bridge linking two Northern Kentucky cities and spanning three centuries was dropped with a big ol' bang Monday morning.

Norwood council prepared to OK Rookwood expansion
A majority of City Council members say they'll support two ordinances tonight that will clear the way for a $152 million expansion of the popular Rookwood shopping complex.

Bengals' DBs work in progress
In the preseason loss to Tennessee on Saturday, Titans receivers had six receptions for 23 or more yards.
Notes: Cuts leave team wondering who's next

Software maker moving in
A California-based technology firm that makes software for manufacturers plans to establish a 15-person headquarters in downtown Cincinnati within two months.

Best of Bats Incredible
Students at St. Ursula Academy created a kick line of legs painted in outrageous colors and wearing outrageous shoes.
Bats Incredible! Home Page

F-150 has been macho-fied
When the No. 1 vehicle in the country undergoes a total redesign, it's big news.
Explorer has room for groceries

Complete local news report

Cargo pilots are up in arms
Cops on watch for belt use
Fatal wrecks fewer in city
Auditors to review city's deals
Lakota gets more room

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Complete sports report

UC's Wright achieves dreams, one by one
Coombs surprised Colerain's ranked No. 1
Reading's Pike gets good news
Sampras says goodbye
Davenport's foot is fine in easy win

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Fight on two fronts
Get the facts
A humbling perspective
Readers' Views
Sunday's Forum: Reinventing High School

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Complete business report

Rate rise propels buyers of homes
Morning memo
Tristate summary
What's the buzz?
Midwest power grid erratic
Harley's 100, throws a party

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Gallery takes off
Mascara works well, but application slow
MTV acknowledges Cash's 'Hurt'
'Fistful of Rain' delivers an immediate punch
Get to it!

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