Thursday, August 8, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 217
DNA database include you?
Quietly and without fanfare, the state of Ohio for three years has collected DNA profiles from people cleared of crimes.

Reds fall into third place
The Reds' playoff pulse got a lot weaker with a 7-2 loss in Denver Wednesday night that allowed Houston to take over second place.

Witness to the Holocaust
There are those who deny the unspeakable horror of the Holocaust, saying it did not and could not happen. But Elmer Reis knows the truth because he was there.

Tennis hue red, white & blue
Four Americans have reached the round of 16 in Mason, led by ageless wonders Andre Agassi and Michael Chang. But Pete Sampras was knocked out by a qualifier.
Wednesday's Results & Today's Schedule

Suspect's mental state examined
The slaying of Miami University professor Sherry Lee Corbett is what prosecutors call an open-and-shut case. But her mental state then and now may affect the outcome.

Tenants say help not enough
Cincinnati City Council's vote to spend $50,000 to help relocate about 650 families from a Bond Hill apartment complex didn't mollify many of the residents.

Ousted bank exec copes
Four months ago, Marc Menne was a top bank executive, a community activist and local business leader. Today's he unemployed, embroiled in the Erpenbeck scandal and looking for a new career.

First date: fact-finding mission
In the fourth part of our series on singles in the Tristate, tips on how to handle that crucial first date.

Complete local news report

Air charters will get more scrutiny
Ads sell racial justice
Festival seating defended
Two charged in thefts of mail, IDs
Work beginning on I-75 stretch

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Complete sports report

Baseball players OK steroid tests
Bengals offense learning its lesson
NFL Season Preview
IRL, CART go head-to-head
Golf tip with Don Pooley

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Complete business report

Xerox ruled 'racially hostile'
ImClone founder Waksal indicted
Business Digest
What's the Buzz
Morning Memo
Latest Wall Street update

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Complete tempo report

Latin composers add heat to the beat
CD reviews: Sample some salsa, from mild to wild
Hip-hop DJ spins his way to the top
Playhouse opens new worlds to new generations
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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