Friday, May 10, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 127
img Cards test Reds
It's early, but the first-place Cincinnati Reds are looking forward to the three-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals that begins today at Cinergy Field.
Griffey's fans boo critics, poll

More trouble for builder, banks
The Boone County Sheriff's Department on Thursday said it has opened a criminal investigation into the Erpenbeck Co.
Small banks shared $30 million in loans

Girls pumping iron
Once the bastion of boys, off-season weight training has become an essential workout component for young female athletes who now eagerly tout the benefits of hoisting iron along with the boys.

New grads in down job market
As college graduates across the Tristate prepare to enter the job market, this year's senior class will face some of the toughest job prospects in years.

Settlement offer was recorded
In secretly recorded conversations with Angela Leisure, Cincinnati businessman James Washington told her she could get a settlement of her wrongful death lawsuit against the city.
Furor's players have interlinked history

City's moms among most-wired
Cincinnati moms are wired. So wired that they average 18 hours and 35 minutes online a week.


LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

SWAT shines in limelight
Teacher union: Memo unfair
The pill emerges as issue in N.Ky.
Drums and bells and love
Four boys face charges in sex assault

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

UC's King named honorable mention
Speedway season revs up
Reds-Cardinals series preview
Aves surprise Talawanda 2-0
High school sports page

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Bell, union still negotiating
County needs unit for convention job
Employers fined after accidents
Scripps profits propelled by cable TV division
What's the Buzz?

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

To Mother, from yours truly
Mom left reservation for a new life
You know you're a mother if you can seize this day
On the Fridge
Get to it

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