Tuesday, April 30, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 118
Cinergy could blast into past
[img]Cinergy Field has stood for 32 years. It could fall in 20 seconds on Dec. 29 at just past 8 a.m. That's how and when construction managers building the new Great American Ball Park envision the implosion of the stadium.

Fr. Hopp out of ministry
        The Dayton priest accused of sexually abusing a child will never work in a public ministry again, church officials say.
Parishioners meet to discuss abuse allegation

Race redrew district, tape says
        COLUMBUS — A top aide to Republican Speaker Larry Householder was secretly recorded saying the GOP kicked 13,000 African-American voters out of a hotly contested Hamilton County House district to help defeat a Democrat this November.

No stopping Reds' starting pitchers
If the big sticks and bullpen stay healthy, it all comes down to starting pitching. The first-place Reds start a six-game road trip against the Dodgers' ace.
Brown coming off DL to face Reds

Bengals offer deal to Frerotte
        The Bengals confirmed Monday that they have made an offer to Gus Frerotte, and the free agent quarterback is said to be impressed by the organization after last week's visit.
Duffner, free-agent signee Ogbogu reunited

Transplant patient survives,
and runs to tell about it

        For roughly five months, Greg Osterman laid in bed as his heart deteriorated. The blood flow to his brain slowed. His body and mind were not functioning as usual. He recalls telling his wife Carole, “I can't make it anymore. Call the ambulance.”

Liens on Erpenbeck homes
        Scores of people who bought new homes from Crestview Hills builder A. William “Bill” Erpenbeck are being dragged into legal entanglements over payment claims held by subcontractors, banks and local governments.

Blasting Broadwing
        Shareholders and employees of Broadwing Inc., who have seen the company's stock plummet more than 70 percent in the past year, vented their displeasure with the company's management at Monday's annual meeting.

Complete local news report

Officers shot at on Winton Terrace street
Hospital offers quick service - or lunch
Hypnosis provides valuable police tool
Party's over? Derby security to clamp down
Tristate A.M Report

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Complete sports report

For Nets' Martin, defense never rests
Remarkable Rijo hasn't lost knack for winning
Anaheim extends deal with Cincinnati Ducks
Elder beats LaSalle to clinch GCL South
High school sports section

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Complete business report

Chiquita paid $4M in cash to Warshaw
The Wrights' stuff
Anthem Inc. to buy Trigon for $4 billion
What's the Buzz?
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Director wants to take zoo to the top
Back to the Stone Age
Urban League rolls out red carpet
Vintage stores hold wardrobe treasures
Get to it

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