The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, April 1, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 92
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ANOTHER REASON TO HATE LAWYERS
More than ever are in trouble for lying, cheating or stealing in Ohio.
FOUNTAIN FEST SET
A two-day festival May 6-7 will mark the grand unveiling of the restored Tyler Davidson Fountain.
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CITY: 'STUCK WITH HUSTLER'
The opening of a downtown Hustler store is a slap in the face to “the good citizens of Cincinnati,” the city manager says. But not to the citizens lining up at the counter.
ROAD KILL UP - BLAME RUSSIA
Ohio drivers will squash about 9,000 raccoons in March and April, partly because of the Russian economy.
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AREA-CODE CHANGES TAKE EFFECT
Starting today, callers on one side of the Ohio River should dial the area code plus the phone number to reach the other side. Northern Kentucky gets a new area code: 859 (for UKY).
Sports
Quick start would help Reds
UC's Martin wins Rupp Trophy
• Final Four coverage: Men | Women
Michigan St., Granger get tough
Wisconsin vs. Michigan St.: The keys
Florida bears Pitino influence
North Carolina vs. Florida: The keys
Buckeyes turn over new leaf

- Today's Sports Page

Local
bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.


Luken making progress
Son of Beast could be late
Thatcher speaks of history, hope
Sex case troubles district
Walnut Hills High expands
Device brings life, freedom
Charges threaten cop's career
Census hurting for help
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Ohio Casualty bites bullet
P&G tests cooking oil made of soy
Scripps spends big on Internet
Her service turns into time
Kroll-O'Gara stock slips almost 9%
Microsoft negotiations

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER
PRIZE
WINNER

On vacation

U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Cuban boy
Election 2000
GOP Dems
TALK BACK CINCINNATI
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SPECIAL SECTIONS:
Summer Camp Guide
Women of the Year
Cincinnati's Century
The 20th Century
Technology Today
Newspapers in Education
Internship opportunities
'Your Future Now'
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columns
Bottorff - Video Games
Play Ball!
Campbell - Dining out
Great walks to good eats
Daugherty - Sports
Wisconsin: No frills, dunks - or scoring
McGurk - Movies
'High Fidelity' is high farce
Ramsey - Education
Students put things into perspective
Sullivan - Sports
Bengals need new deal for Dillon
Vonderhaar - Wheels
Suburu wagon perfect 'kid's car'
Bronson - Editorial
Crowley - Ky. Politics
Eckberg - Entrepreneurs
Higgins - Your Money
Kendrick - Alive & Well
Kiesewetter - TV-Radio
Knippenberg - Knips Eye View
Pulfer - Metro
Radel - Metro
Samples - Kentucky
Wilkinson - Politics

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