Sunday, May 5, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 123
Clinton offers to help city
Former president Bill Clinton says he would like to come to Cincinnati to help mediate a solution to the city's racial divisions.
Monitor wanted for settlement

img Clifton parties turn into 'miniriot'
Police used gas and beanbag ammunition to disperse as many as 500 people overnight when parties on Stratford Avenue got “way out of control.”

City pigs out
More than 7,000 runners and walkers participate today in the fourth Flying Pig Marathon. Watch the race at WCPO.com. Results will be posted this afternoon at Cincinnati.com.
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Jon Kitna and Gus Frerotte wasted no time filling the air with footballs during the first practice of Bengals minicamp.
Take our quarterback poll!

Stun for the Roses
War Emblem did what he was expected to do at the start, and then what he wasn't supposed to do: go wire to wire and win the Kentucky Derby.
Derby photo gallery
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Reds lose third straight
The Reds didn't get a hit until the eighth inning in a 3-0 loss to the Giants Saturday.

What's on Tuesday's ballot?
Ohio political parties will sort out their candidates for the November elections in Tuesday's May primary. Some local issues will also be decided.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Auto thefts in city rising fast
Banker's fall dismays admirers
Who will oversee police reforms?
Boycott group won't pare down demands
Graham missionaries prepare to share joy

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

First-year Bengals impress at mini-camp
Bengals Q&A with Mark Curnutte
Reds Q&A with John Fay
Hughes grad chases WWF dream on MTV
High school sports page

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

Firms flood market with disclosure
Closing the gap on car insurance
What's the Buzz?
Company leaders learning to let go
Business meetings & seminars

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Ten hottest summer films
Goodall's chimps swing in to Omnimax
Jarvi uncovers riches in opera
RFK daughter uses film for social activism
Brunches cater to all kinds of mothers
Get to it

    • More tempo news...


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