The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, September 3, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 246
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DRIVERS MAY HELP EXPLAIN
Two drivers who inadvertently became involved in the deaths of Officer Kevin Crayon and his 12-year-old assailant came forward Saturday. Police hope the drivers — and other witnesses — will help answer a number of questions about Friday's tragic incident.
Complete coverage at Enquirer.com/crayon

RIVERFRONT READY TO ROCK
Going to join 500,000 friends on the riverfront today? Click here for complete details - including street closings, bus routes and what you're not allowed to bring to the riverfront.
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JUMPER HUNG UP ON SPORT
Dangling by his tangled parachute from the 29th floor of a downtown building is a rare position for Tim Lee “Skypunk” Werling II.

STATE TESTS RAISE CONTROVERSY
At North Avondale Montessori, teachers face a challenge to their very idea of a good education. It's called the Ohio Proficiency tests.

img PREP FOOTBALL REPORT
Moeller crushed Ohio's No. 2-rated team Saturday night. Get the scores and highlights from this weekend's games in Cincinnati and N.Ky.

Sports

Miami 33, Vanderbilt 30
Louisville 40, Kentucky 34
Ohio State 43, Fresno State 10
UC will open to national audience
Thomas More 17, Anderson 10
Muskingum 42, Mt. St. Joseph's 14
Expos 9, Reds 5
Reds' farm system rejuvenated
MVP? Graves a good choice
Long road to majors for Clark
Bengal prediction: 5-11 or 7-9 or 8-8
High school highlights
Cincinnati high school results
N.Ky. high school results

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Buses' brakes to be inspected
Electronic classroom offers curriculum via the Internet
Luck, chance and modern medicine save man
Theatre season a packed house
AK Steel to celebrate 100th year
Artwork the ticket for transit center
ATVs added to law-enforcement arsenal
Breath test oft refused
Pig Parade: Slide of Ham
A guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Shoppers weary of city's retail deficiency
Butcher carves out a niche
Know when it's time to move on
Credit key to keeping customers
What's the Buzz?

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