Thursday, October 2, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 275
Abuse suit now a class action
People allegedly sexually abused by priests in the Covington Diocese now are part of what is believed to be the nation's first class-action lawsuit against the Roman Catholic Church.

Marty, celebs go bare
Marty Brennaman, tomato gardener and Hall of Fame broadcaster, goes naked in the Civic Garden Center's 2004 "Bare Roots" calendar. Buy it online.

Young voters missing at polls
For Cincinnati's young voters, the 2003 election is arguably one of the most important in a generation.
Election Guide 2003

Zimpher gets busy
Nancy Zimpher began her first day as University of Cincinnati's 25th president Wednesday with a hug from the Bearcat mascot, wearing a tuxedo.

Crime on rise in suburbs
Identity thieves pilfering residential mailboxes and burglars snatching purses out of homes are prompting suburban police to step up patrols and shaking neighbors' sense of security.

Prep football chat
Join us at noon today for an online chat with St. Xavier linebacker Brad Scheidt and defensive coordinator Steve Specht. Click here for complete high school football coverage.
Predict the winners

Salvaging a family
Everyone has a story. This week, James Buntain, who lost the woman he loved six years ago but is determined to build a good life for two young boys.

Dillon likely to sit
In Cincinnati, Corey Dillon watched practice while Rudi Johnson was moved to the top of the Bengals' depth chart at tailback.
Notebook: Spikes speaks about his decision to leave

Miami finds success
in recruiting twins

Miami's Shane Montgomery is nothing if not efficient - he managed to recruit two starters out of the same house.

Ashland eliminates 500 jobs
Covington's Ashland Inc., which lost $61 million through the first nine months of this fiscal year, Wednesday said it will eliminate 500 salaried jobs to save $75 million annually.

Smoltz blows it, then wins it
John Smoltz blew the save and got the win to keep the Atlanta Braves from the brink of another postseason meltdown.
Marlins 9, Giants 5
Athletics 5, Red Sox 4, 12 innings

Comics fans: Take our survey
The Enquirer wants to change its comic strip lineup in the print edition, but first we want you to tell us what you like and don't like.

Complete local news report

Character sign: helping a friend
Project to cut off businesses
Cancer team seeks funding
Reeve tells of hope for cures
Cranley seeks I-71 exit near hospitals

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Complete sports report

Flying Pig set for new course
Hawk proving to be Buckeyes' latest LB star
Underwood could be out rest of season
Losses cloud BCS picture
Sports today on TV, radio

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Complete editorials report

Traffic woes: A new study
UC research grants: $309M
Voinovich on aid package
Readers' Views
Sunday Forum

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Complete business report

How to look like Scottish bagpiper
30-year mortgage is below 6% again
AK Steel to meet environmentalist
Morning memo
What's the buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Oscars ban 'screening' tapes
Gangstas love this gangster
CSO guest conductor likes to tout amazing music
Best bets: What's on TV tonight
Get to it!

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