Monday, April 8, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 96
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March for justice
Nearly 1,000 people rallied and marched downtown Sunday to commemorate the anniversary of Timothy Thomas' death by police gunfire.
Thomas's mother spends day in crowd's embrace

City image needs polishing
Experts say it will be a long, tough battle to make the rest of the world see Cincinnati in a better light.

Griffey out for year?
Ken Griffey Jr. will miss the rest of the season if he needs surgery for Sunday's knee injury, or he could be out 3-6 weeks.

Friend of missing man 'suspect'
The last person to see an Alabama man before he vanished in Covington says he must be the main suspect in his friend's disappearance.

Covington casino a long shot
Jerry Carroll overcame long odds to build a speedway in Sparta, Ky., but that was nothing compared to the obstacles to a riverfront casino.

Online chat on vegetarian eating
Registered dietitian Lauren Niemes, executive director of the Nutrition Council of Greater Cincinnati, chats about eating healthy as a vegetarian at 12:30 today.
LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Pro-Israel rally draws hundreds
Bus cameras add to privacy debate
Barriers planned along I-75
Hamilton deciding fate of 3 buildings
Beacons signal home emergencies

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds 6, Expos 5
UC's Logan 4th for Wooden Award
Knight returns to Bloomington
Vote for Cincinnati's sports icons
High school sports section

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Teachers' raises stagnant, union says
Journal puts tongue in cheek
Airline service continues to improve
Gas prices jump 8 cents in 2 weeks
Morning Memo

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Gorilla expert opens zoo lecture series
Ask A Stupid Question
Online chat on vegetarian eating
Scofield connects with fourth decade of fans
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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