9-11 memorials quiet, dignified
As dusk fell over lower Manhattan, twin towers of light pierced the sky like the ghostly outlines of skyscrapers, capping a solemn day of memorials to the victims of the nation's deadliest act of terrorism. .
Troops start final push in mountainsCheney finds Mideast hard sell
Tuesday, January 29, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 29
Pots replace pigs
With organizers hoping to repeat the popularity of the Big Pig Gig, Cincinnati and Northern Ky. will burst into bloom this summer with 200 huge flowerpots.

Hotels among emptiest in U.S.
Greater Cincinnati hotels in 2001 had the lowest occupancy rate of any large metropolitan region in the United States, a new report shows.

[img] Speeding crackdown
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has begun a three-month enforcement blitz aimed at curtailing fatal accidents on a crash-prone segment of I-75.

City lost when Enron fell
Cincinnati's employee retirement system had nearly $8 million in Enron Corp. stock when the company collapsed — and lost almost all of it.

UC shoots for 20
Fourth-ranked UC (19-1) will try to become the first team in the country to reach 20 victories against East Carolina (7-12) tonight at Shoemaker Center.

'Wish list' for Bush speech
Tristate leaders hope tonight's State of the Union address includes more incentives for business, prescription drug coverage for seniors and more help for schools.

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Talking about race
Neighborhood groups are talking openly in hopes of making a difference. Today: Milford.

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School mourns teacher
Hamilton Co. levy would support parks
Carjacking victim safe in Lebanon
Officer indicted in sexual battery case
Ex-auditor's trial opens in Lebanon
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Moeller faces accusers Thursday
Top prep scorer puts her team first
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Rate cuts unlikely as Fed optimism rises
Neil Bush promotes brother, business
New-home sales set record in 2001
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Bingo brings people together
New at Playhouse: 3 summer premieres
John Wessel weaves 'Goodbye'
Get to it

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