Monday, June 17, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 165

Beacon of freedom shines
The shoreline of the Ohio River at Cincinnati once beckoned slaves to freedom. Monday night, it brought more than 5,000 people together for the groundbreaking of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
First lady wants students to hear tales of freedom
Lifted voices of choir put song in hearts
Symbol of flame brings home concept of freedom

Storylines abound in Reds-M's
From an aesthetic standpoint, the presence of the visiting Seattle Mariners will dress up Cinergy Field tonight.
Mariners-Reds series preview

5 more tell lawyer ex-Elder principal had sexual contact
Five more Elder High School alumni have alleged that their former principal, the Rev. Lawrence Strittmatter, had inappropriate physical contact with them during or after racquetball games at a private club, attorney Konrad Kircher said Monday.

Legal tiff over stadium pricey
Taxpayers have paid law firm Ice Miller nearly $400,000 in hopes of getting back a large payday: a portion of the $51 million in overruns that happened during construction of Paul Brown Stadium.

Gay dads kids' show draws fire
Despite a staggering 100,000 e-mails and phone calls in protest, Nickelodeon will telecast a special for children about same-sex parents tonight.
TV no prime time for real families

Midland stock splits; rises
Shares of Midland Co. rose 3.8 percent Monday after the specialty insurer said it plans a 2-for-1 stock split.

Complete local news report

Avondale teen gets deal in dad's death
Challengers regroup in two Ohio court cases
Ex-senator toasted at UK
Some Good News
Tristate A.M. Report

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Complete sports report

Junior top Reds vote-getter for All-Star Game
Collegians Thompson, Keyer-Scott sit 1-2
Four RedHawks listed by scouting service
Wedding, 3 others in national events
Updated World Cup coverage

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Complete business report

Top Enron employees reaped $744 million
Nestle dips into Dreyer's
Detroit loses casino licensing appeal
Free smokes, thanks to big tobacco
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

'Bourne' actress won't play wimpy woman
Web radio's fate at hand
Mitford lives in 'Mountain'
CSO, violinist speak Italian well
Get to it

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Updated AP report
Iraq Delivers Arms Declaration to U.N.
Endeavour Lands After Three-Day Delay
Economy, Politics Spark Cabinet Shake-Up
Blasts Kill 15, Injure 200 in Bangladesh
Louisiana to Decide Final Senate Race
2 Van Goghs Stolen From Amsterdam Museum
Miss Turkey Wins Miss World Competition
No. 1 Miami Tops Virginia Tech 56-45

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