Sunday, January 19, 2003 -- Volume 8, No. 19
S P E C I A L   R E P O R T:   O H I O'S   F U T U R E
Wanted: Innovation
In Ohio's industrial heyday, new technology streamed out of labs and workshops. But no longer. A technology leader has turned into a laggard.
Private investors fuel innovation
NCR a rarity - an Ohio high-tech giant
Ohio's work forecast: tech, health

Epling usurped mail clerk duty
At Florence's old city hall, mail was sorted in a glorified closet - not the sort of place you'd expect to find a high-ranking official with multiple degrees.
Contractor helping city recover from scandal

Hundreds say no to Iraq war
Hundreds of protesters gathered on Fountain Square Saturday to rally against President Bush's plans to invade Iraq.

Lewis endured lengthy search but got the job
Not long after firing Dick LeBeau on the morning of Dec. 30, Bengals president Mike Brown picked up the phone in his stadium office and made two calls that changed franchise history.
Daugherty: Team must rethink scouting

QB coach Anderson
is the next to leave

Long-time Bengals quarterbacks coach Ken Anderson has taken the same job in Jacksonville. As a QB, Anderson led the Bengals to their first Super Bowl in 1981.

Kmart cutting 400 area jobs
About 400 jobs are expected to be lost in Greater Cincinnati when Kmart Corp., the one-time king of discount stores in America, completes its latest round of store closings.

UC 77, Tulane 54
Head coach Bob Huggins never expected Leonard Stokes to be another Steve Logan. Stokes gave a nice impression anyway in Saturday's win over the Green Wave.

Xavier 86, UMass 73
Xavier coaches and players predicted that victory at UMass wouldn't be easy, even though the Minutemen were winless in the A-10 and dinged up for Saturday's game.

Prospects' ages, IDs suspect
Left-hander Cleris Severino was one of the Reds' top young Dominican prospects. He went 7-1 with a 0.96 ERA at Rookie Ball in Billings last year. Very impressive for a 20-year-old, right? It turns out Severino is actually 23, not 20, and his name is Juan Carlos Frias.
Reds Q&A

Complete local news report

Boehner's eyes on issues
Issues await Boehner's panel
Price Hill church to change hands
Exhibit's passport to Africa
Suspect in assault on police officer turns self in

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Complete sports report

Ozzie says Rose should admit wrongdoing
UC: Flowers uses his time wisely
St. X ready to rebuild its stadium
Schmidt: Kentucky insider
High school sports page

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Complete business report

Weak dollar might not be bad, for now
Diversity can help your firm to thrive
Virtual world offers clothes, looks
Business notes
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

In 'Confessions,' Clooney 'stole' the best scenes
Take these out to ballpark
CSO adopts diversity, inclusion policy
Memorial to honor Richard Fields
Get to it!

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Updated AP report

Iraqi Official: 150,000 Civilians Dead

Sen. Allen Concedes Defeat in Virginia

Bush, Pelosi Hold White House Talks

Massive Recall of Acetaminophen Underway

Mubarak Warns Against Hanging Saddam

Bolton Unlikely to Win Senate Approval

AP: Startling Findings in Tillman Probe

Ed Bradley of '60 Minutes' Dies at 65

U.S. Rises in Auto Reliability Ratings

49ers Look to Relocate New Stadium

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