Tuesday, March 4, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 63
Rose to meet top MLB official
Pete Rose will meet with a top major league official before the end of spring training to discuss the stringent restrictions under which he would be allowed to return to baseball, the New York Daily News reported Tuesday.

More young ideas
for Main Street

Mayor Charlie Luken and Councilman John Cranley are floating some radical ideas to build a vibrant nightlife on Main Street.

Famed musician hurt in hit-skip
Henry Meyer, who survived a Nazi death camp to become a violin virtuoso, was in serious condition after being struck outside Music Hall.

Water taxi for fans
A new service will ferry fans from Covington Landing to Cincinnati's public landing at the base of Great American Ball Park.
Reds' park done within budget
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Officer won't be charged in death
Office Michael Schulte will not be prosecuted for killing Andre Sherrer, Hamilton County Prosecutor Mike Allen announced.

Taft's in public's doghouse
A poll shows Gov. Bob Taft's popularity nose-diving to depths not seen among Ohio leaders in 20 years.

Warriors reach finals
Winton Woods advanced to the Division I district finals with a 64-52 defeat of upstart Aiken at Cintas Center. The Warriors will play Centerville Saturday.
Elder, Springboro advance

LOCAL NEWS
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Deputy saves woman; shooter kills self
SUV owner pleads guilty in teen's death
Luken's war chest developing
Covington Mardi Gras tamer
Ohio Bicentennial Moment

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Bengals' Lewis not frustrated by signings
Reds 7, Phillies 2
XU: One more for the road
Stokes closing curtain at UC
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Top terrorist: Captured
Ohio: Bicentennial celebration
Abortion: Supreme Court
Federal bailout no answer for states
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Firms hunt for Viagra for women
P&G testing testosterone patch
War fears bite into growth, spending
Theaters hope moviegoers will sit for ads
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Local woman having Lunden's twins
How to turn up the heat
Technology News
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to It

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