Sunday, February 9, 2003 -- Volume 9, No. 40
Officer shoots, kills suspect
A Cincinnati police officer shot and killed a burglary suspect early this morning after the man grabbed the officer's nightstick and beat him around the head with it in a dark alley off Hamilton Avenue.

116 arrested in police sweep
A 48-hour sweep in Avondale, Northside, Over-the-Rhine and Westwood may indicate that police have ended a so-called slowdown and returned to aggressive policing in the neighborhoods.

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Spring training
Four of the biggest names on the team - Griffey, Larkin, Graves and Dunn - got a jump on spring training, which opens Thursday when pitchers and catchers report to Sarasota, Fla.

Few black staffers in House
Blacks are virtually nonexistent in the offices of four U.S. House members from this area.

SEC: Trader lived large
Patrick Kisor of Sycamore Township earned a living by installing home theater systems until he set up companies for trading stock options and raised nearly $35 million from well-to-do investors, including baseball star Paul O'Neill. He bought a fleet of exotic cars and blew $2 million gambling. Last fall, the SEC said his companies were one big con.

West dominates
David West made sure the first-place battle between Xavier and Dayton lived up to the hype, scoring 47 points in the second-best scoring game in XU history.
Daugherty: Flyers 'D' goes south
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Clermont Co. hears casino hints
An American Indian tribe has big plans for casino-style gambling in Ohio - perhaps near Cincinnati.
Tribes facing gambling hurdles

The agony of the blowout
Ashleigh Hendricks blinks twice. Sweat trickles from her brow to her cheekbones, beading along her jaw before splashing onto her St. Bernard basketball jersey. The opponents have just scored again. They lead by 64 points. Enough, she wants to say. Stop the humiliation now.
Referees may sympathize, but they don't intervene
Changing the rules could even the scores

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Medicare trims cutting docs' options
Home & Garden Show offers change
700 head to Kings Island for work
Visalia parents fight for school
Boone falls behind on construction

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

UC: Sutton feels same passion as ever
St. Henry in title game
Elliott single-handedly whomps NewCath
LeBron lights it up with 52 points
High school sports page

    • More sports news...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

East End eyes development warily
5/3 anxiously awaits end of federal inquiry
Dig a bit to find gold in reports
Couple learn about business by buying one
Business Meetings This Week

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Survivor' casting call Monday
Jarvi puts Cincy, Estonia on map
Designer makes ballet 'Dreamy'
Ballet school opens at NKU
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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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