Thursday, September 18, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 260
 Will the Scout survive?
The Cincinnati area's own Lillian Morris is about to make her debut on Survivor: Pearl Islands. We performed some tests to see if she'll be a true Survivor.
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Fifth accused priest identified
A Catholic priest in Troy, Ohio, resigned from his church Wednesday because of allegations he abused teenage girls more than 20 years ago at Mount Notre Dame High School in Reading.

Phony money traced
to Miami students

Like most college students, Tori Traficante wanted to make a little money - and she did, police say, with a computer and printer.

St. Ursula tops in 2 sports
St. Ursula Academy is celebrating No. 1 national rankings in girls volleyball and soccer.
Prep sports report

Man found dead in SUV in pond
Police are trying to figure out what caused a Mason man to drive an SUV into a retention pond at a gated condo complex next to I-75.

Home buyers embrace ARMs
Home-hungry Tristate consumers faced with the prospect of rising mortgage rates are turning to an option once rendered almost extinct: the adjustable rate mortgage.

 Guide to Tall Stacks
Tall Stacks, which pays tribute to steamboating's glory days, will return to Cincinnati this October. Our guide offers visitor information, profiles of the boats and lots more.

Bengals aim to break cycle
Just when fans start to get excited, recent Bengals teams found a way to snuff out hope.
Notebook: Slow start doesn't preclude postseason

Bats Incredible
A special online section provides photos and details on the public art project filling the streets with baseball-bat sculptures.
'Baseball As America' exhibit

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

St. X scores with 28 merit semifinalists
Ohio's Innocence Project takes first cases
City names economic development director
Ethics training part of new plan
I-75 talk all about high cost

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Pirates 8, Reds 5
Hurricane forces players to adjust
OSU ready for another Civil War
Bearcats may get more of Buckeyes
Elder soccer team sputters

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Powell in Iraq: Why we are there
Fighting AIDS in Africa
Time to consider a hike
Environmental plan weakens enforcement
Readers' Views

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Conference can educate
Pros got a look at Cincinnati
N.Ky. bank fights to survive
RJR to cut 2,600 jobs
What's the buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Acting tempts Beyonce
Ch. 64 picks anchor
Opera to stage 'Carmen,' 'Maids'
Review: 'Queens' lost their head
Get to it

    • More tempo news...

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