Thursday, January 30, 2003 -- Volume 8, No. 30
Tax lien harming Rose's case
Pete Rose has damaged his case for reinstatement by failing to pay a $151,690 federal tax lien, a high-ranking baseball official says.
DAUGHERTY COLUMN: How can Selig reinstate Rose now?

Crime's up, arrests down
Cincinnati police officers still are making thousands fewer arrests than they did before federal scrutiny gutted their morale nearly two years ago.
Text of union letter to officers

Marine unit answers call
The nearly 170 Marines of Communications Company, Headquarters Battalion, 4th Marine Division in Walnut Hills have been anxiously awaiting the call to active duty.
Marine ships out; his dad wonders

Taft wants more sales tax
In a continuing attempt to raise more money, Gov. Bob Taft is proposing to apply the state's 5 percent sales tax to commissions paid to real estate agents.

DePaul 56, UC 52
Bob Huggins' worst fears were realized, leaving the Bearcats with their first conference loss.
DePaul wouldn't wilt this time


Picture your baby
Ultrasound imaging, standard practice during visits to the doctor's office, is turning commercial.

Seeking military in Mideast
The Cincinnati Enquirer wants to share Tristaters' experiences with the military buildup in the Middle East. Contact us with your stories.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Olsen twins at UC? Sorry, just a rumor
$5 million upgrades birthing center
Luken still testing his powers
Purses being stolen outside day cares
PNC might spur growth in OTR

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

NFL, Bengals ignore Portune's deadline
Large void looms on Xavier horizon
Miami 73, Eastern Michigan 58
Reds' Larson ready for major move
High school sports page

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Visitors bureau reveals plans
Spending on home is sweet
Fed makes no change in rates
Morning Memo
What's the Buzz?


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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Nothing turns ... heads' like a Hummer
'Seussical' a musical about life
Film society, symphony celebrate movies
The Early Word
Get to it!

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U.S. & WORLD NEWS
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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