Tuesday, October 8, 2002 -- Volume 7, No. 278
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'We refuse to live in fear'
Speaking to the nation from Cincinnati, President Bush made his most strongly worded argument yet for U.S. military action to take out the “murderous tyrant” Saddam Hussein.
Photo GalleryText of speech
Protesters' message: Forget war
Selective who's who invited
Walnut Hills student meets president
RADEL: Hallowed ground has heard enough of war
Truman last president to speak at Union Terminal
Analysis: Speech aimed to persuade 3 audiences
U.N. a tougher sell than U.S. heartland

Huggins preparing to coach
He might not be as vocal or as animated. But when the UC basketball team practices Saturday, its fiery leader will be right there.

Light-rail foes accuse Metro
The main opposition group to the proposed $2.6 billion light rail system accused Metro of using tax dollars to help persuade voters to say “yes” to a half-cent sales tax increase.

Mall wars open new front
If West Chester Township officials vote today to kill a proposed upscale shopping center off I-75, a developer may pursue a mall project slightly north in Liberty Township instead.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Accused child killer pleads not guilty
Bengals will keep on the grass
Baseball bat seller charged with theft
Bill seeks 2-year license plate renewal
Town meeting to be held in Mason

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals score with simple offense
Braves do postseason flop
Reassignment irks Reds' Rodgers
Musketeers addressing questions
High School Sports Page


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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Bush takes step to end port lockout
Tristate feeling lockout's ripples
Smaller Webcasters may get song reprieve
What's the buzz?
Morning memo

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Aiming for the Old West
Real Style: Exec likes to mix hip, classical
'Blessings' found in the storytelling
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to it

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
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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