The Cincinnati Enquirer
Wednesday, September 20, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 263
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BUSH HOLDS LEAD IN OHIO
Texas Gov. George Bush leads Vice President Al Gore by 4 percentage points in Ohio, according to the Ohio Poll released this morning.

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Despite the presence of counselors and discussions about a single shot fired, Tuesday was a fairly normal day at Mount Healthy North Middle School.
Expert: How to end school violence

UC OPENING SNARLS TRAFFIC
Morning commuters experienced a 10-20 minute delay today because of the start of classes at the University of Cincinnati.

FUGITIVE ARRESTED IN KANSAS
Fugitive Leon Stamper, who fled the area in January after leading Cincinnati police on a chase into Covington, has been found at a small motel in Junction City, Kansas.

PEACE ACTIVISTS CONVENE
A Xavier professor will convene a gathering of the world's leading peace activists — a group called the Peace Council — in Cincinnati Sunday for the Millennium Peace Celebration.
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Ken Griffey Jr. returned from a seven-day injury layoff with a pinch-hit HR that enabled him to reach some exclusive milestones. But Sean Casey may replace him on the injured list.
Complete Reds coverage at Cincinnati.com/reds

INSPIRED BOXER WINS DEBUT
While the crowd was cheering his Australian opponent, Ricardo Williams Jr. sat in the corner, looking at the picture taped to his left ankle. Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of the 12 Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.
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Sports
Receivers are NFL's new TD-makers
Bengals ticket holders consider class-action lawsuit
UC's task: Stop IU QB
Blowing leads IU's problem
Herman wins SOPGA Open in pro debut
High School Highlights
Highlands plummets in national polls
Ky. Speedway expands schedule for 2001
N. Kentucky high school results
Ohio football computer ratings
Complete prep football coverage

- Today's Sports Page

Local

Census response rate down
DOE avows safe cleanup
Port vote likely will fail
'Titanic' exhibit looms
Campus a work in progress as classes begin
Concert review
Father convicted of killing 2-year-old daughter
PlayStation 2 enters the game
UC grad finds niche with Dayton dancers
ACLU sues over Day of Prayer
Boone Co. hears recreation plan
Pig Parade: The Button Glutton
A guide to help make your day

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Business
Effects of China trade bill will take time to get here
DeWine backs China deal
Deaths linked to Firestones tops 100
Natural gas choices dwindle
Housing starts rise in August
Orthodontists brace for method that's higher-tech
Tristate Summary
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