Tuesday, April 2, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 90
Red-letter day for fans, Reds
On a day when they could celebrate the past and gaze into the future rising beyond the left field wall, 41,913 fans gloried in a ninth-inning, 5-4 win in the final Opening Day at Cinergy Field.

Opening Day photo galleries
Check out 40 photos from Monday's events:
The GameCelebrationPeopleStadiumParade

Cow skips parade
The annual Findlay Street Opening Day parade went on without Cincinnati's runaway cow. Officials were worried it might try to bolt again.

Kentucky loses out on Hyundai
Despite months of negotiations and last-minute wrangling in hopes of attracting a $1 billion Hyundai plant to Hardin County, Kentucky lost out Monday night to Alabama.

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Maryland too strong
for Indiana

The Terrapins overpowered the Hoosiers with clawing defense and muscular purpose and won the national title.
NCAA Tournament Page

Chiquita stockholders quiet
Most of the new owners of Chiquita Brands International Inc. appear to be holding onto their shares -- for now.

Trash turned into school mascot
Kings High School students dug through trash in the name of art and school spirit, and came up with materials for a sculpture of the school mascot.
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Profiling resolution talks go on
Negotiators worked till 3 a.m today but still didn't have a deal to settle the racial profiling lawsuit against the city.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Area roads stack up well
Cincinnati youth to partake in racial diversity rally
Funerals arranged for three in crash
Lebanon looks to the past
Tristate A.M. Report

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bledsoe not counting out Bengals
NKU's Cottrell national player of year
Walker says Opening Day hard - really
High school sports section

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Battle of theaters looms
Intelligence companies help overseas business travelers
Report holds hope for worried skeptics
Morning Memo
Tristate Summary

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Gotta guy gets home fix-it jobs right
MU students make artful museum site
Three moms opening boutique in Hyde Park
'Eureka' is only a whisper of expected greatness
Get to it

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