Sunday, May 26, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 143
The fight over The Pill
A campaign to redefine the birth control pill is roiling the abortion debate in Northern Kentucky and beyond.

Builder's fall lifts lawyers
Erpenbeck customers are trying to save their homes. Lenders are preparing for loan losses. Real-estate title companies are assessing their financial exposure. And lawyers are racking up the hours.

Juan Encarnacion showed Saturday night why you want his bat in the lineup. He, Adam Dunn and Aaron Boone all homered for the Reds as they beat the Braves, 6-4.
Reds Q&A with John Fay

Memorial Day celebrations
Parades, picnics, cemetery services and speeches will fill the Memorial Day weekend across the Tristate. Here is a list, by community, of what's going on.
N.Ky. remembers vets
Taste kicks off summer of festivals

Wayne Twp.'s darkest night
On a humid Memorial Day weekend in 1977, 36 of Ona Mae Mayfield's friends and family members made the 50-mile trek to the Beverly Hills Supper Club. Only 24 would return.
Supper Club workers to reunite
Church in dark about probe

Church in dark about probe
Three days after computers were removed by sheriff's deputies from St. Henry Catholic Parish, the archdiocese of Cincinnati still does not know what the investigation is about.

Kagy wins freestyle
Chad Kagy was aggressive in the vert competition and nailed consecutive flares — think part flip, part barrel role on a bike in mid-air — at Sawyer Point Saturday.
Pro-bike ranks a mixed bag

Complete local news report

Storms knock out power to 4,300 in area
House panel proposes budget fix
Center looking for spot to build
Historic landmark fire ruled accidental
Unbelted motorist injured in crash

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Complete sports report

Bengals Q&A with Mark Curnutte
The ripple effect
Wyoming's title haul: It's 2-for-2
Extra effort by Colerain yields a win
High school sports page

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Complete business report

'Eureka' moment may pay off for firm
'Zero percent' can be plenty of nothing
Wendy's ads to honor founder Thomas
Meow: Want to play hide and seek?
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

Buildings frame artful dreams
Short Vine project hinges on anchor tenant
Kings Island fan lives a roller-coaster life
Couple's dedication pays off in Performance Gallery
Get to it

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Agent Alleges Moussaoui Roadblocks

Vatican OKs Archbishop's Resignation

Police Search for Levy Case Clues

Universe's Earliest Light Detected

Lawyers: Lindh Pleaded to U.S. Troops

Jury Deliberates FBI-Mob Case

Marriage Gets Man New Murder Trial

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