The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, March 21, 1998 -- Volume 3, No. 80
L O C A L
S P O R T S
B U S I N E S S
W E A T H E R
Today's Top Stories
Quinn
MSD INVESTIGATION WIDENS
A probe of the Metropolitan Sewer District has deepened from charges of bad management to potential criminality. A grand jury has opened hearings, and a city councilman called for the removal of MSD director Tom Quinn (left).

UK routs UCLA
The Wildcats have made it to the Elite Eight, but they'll have to make it past the Duke Blue Devils to join the Final Four.
Elite Eight
Up-to-the-minute NCAA scores and play-by-play, plus game stories, photos, preview and features.
Sports
Fordyce catches McKeon's attention
Reds' young catcher is swinging a hot bat and may get extended playing time.

Two qualify for Final Four
Withrow and Indian Hill won boys basketball regional titles Friday night.

Coaches' feud leads to charges
Withrow's George Jackson assaulted him, rival says.

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Group wants ethnic districts
Three local businessmen would like to develop what they call a ''heritage'' project in Over-the-Rhine.

DOE to move Fernald waste
The Energy Department plans to transfer wastes from Silos 1 and 2, which emit cancer-causing radon, into temporary storage tanks.

Weighty issue faces court
Butler County Juvenile Court is facing a problem of gargantuan proportions: How to get an 800-pound man through its doors.

Officer: Suspect tried to shoot him
But the shot went wild because the man stumbled and fell, a Covington policeman said.

- Today's Local Page

Business
Agreement gives Bell flexibility to compete
Tentative settlement freezes basic residential rates through at least July 1, 2001.

Skyline suitor plans third offer
The news came after Skyline unexpectedly postponed a special shareholder vote earlier Friday.

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER PRIZE
WINNER

- Today's cartoon



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- Complete sports coverage with Real Audio

Travel

- In the Line of Duty
Katy Conway  Mike Partin
Daniel Pope - Ronald Jeter

Classifieds
columns
- Daugherty - Sports
Wildcats outclass Bruins
- Ramsey - Metro
It's about time public schools get recognized
- Sullivan - Sports
Murdoch won't ruin baseball
- Vonderhaar- Wheels
Nissan's sporty coupe delivers modest fun
- Brewer - Plugged In
- Bronson - Editorial page
- Campbell - Dining out
- Crowley - Ky. politics
- Knippenberg - 'Psst!'
- McGurk - Movies
- Pulfer - Metro
- Radel - Metro
- Samples - Kentucky
- Wilkinson - Politics


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