Tanks
Troops rumble into Iraq,
16 die in chopper crash

As American and British combat units rolled across the desert into Iraq, coalition forces suffered their first casualties in a helicopter crash that left 12 Britons and four Americans dead.
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Tristate reacts to attack on Iraq
'I'll see you all when it's over,'
Cheers, sadness in Tristate
New intelligence led to air strikes
War 101: Conflict center stage in classrooms
Local Iraqi-American feels the glares
Churches, members often split on war
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ENQUIRER-WCPO NEWS UPDATE
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Man dead in Boone Co. crash
One person is dead following a morning crash between a dump truck and a pickup at the corner of U.S. 42 and Beaver Road.
Fatal crash

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Thursday, March 20, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 79
One and done
Bob Huggins got the boot after drawing two technicals, and the Bearcats followed close behind, losing to Gonzaga 74-69 Thursday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
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Less parking near ballpark
Reds fans, bring your walking shoes. Although there is roughly the same amount of downtown parking available, some of the spaces aren't as close as at Cinergy Field.
How to get to the ballpark
Your chance to review the ballpark

Abortion debates
Despite the U.S. Senate's vote last week to ban so-called partial-birth abortions, most battles over the future of abortion in America are now being waged outside of Washington.

Ring lost 40 years returned
A Mount Healthy High School graduate and his 1961 class ring have been reunited more than 40 years after the day it was lost.

Mounds: Forgotten marvels
People living in the Ohio River valley 2,000 years ago built earthworks as impressive as the pyramids of Egypt, experts say. And yet, today the earthen monuments are forgotten by many.
Mounds engineered magic

LOCAL NEWS
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Businesses sue to stop land seizure
Restored bells ringing again
CPS examines priorities for spending in 2003-04 budget
Woman slain in apartment on quiet street in Covedale
Owners sue over lead in soil

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SPORTS
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Larkin helping groom Lopez
No.1 Kentucky suffocates opponents
Sun shines brightest on Wildcats basketball
XU can make its point twice
High School Sports Page

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EDITORIALS
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Reform the system
Joint housing strategy
Let it be swift
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Kroger may be buying chain
Entrepreneur has got game
HealthSouth, chairman accused of massive fraud
What's the buzz?
Morning memo

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TEMPO
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Glendale woman seeks title of Miss USA, esq.
Women of Year make life better'
'Master Harold' gutsy telling of apartheid
Get to it!
2003 Camp Guide

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Showdown in Iraq
Latest developments (updated every 30 min):

Iraqi Official: 150,000 Civilians Dead

Mubarak Warns Against Hanging Saddam

Iraq President Says Democrats Reassuring

Iraqi Government to Repair Shiite Shrine

Dems Plan to Force Change in Iraq Policy
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