Tuesday, April 1, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 91

New ballpark saves the day
For 135 springs, the return of baseball has been a cause for celebration in Cincinnati. But Monday, it was the ballpark that turned the day into a memory that will last forever.
Poll: Grade the stadium
10-1 loss one to forget
Daugherty: Reds get first-game kinks out
• Photo galleries: Game | Parade
More stories in our Reds section

Soldier's voice calms family
It was only a two-minute phone call, but it confirmed with a familiar voice that a local soldier who was lost in the Iraqi desert for seven days had been found.
Woman coordinates e-mail for troops
How you can become involved

Riverbend packs a 'palooza
Riverbend's summer is shaping up as one of its best in years with 18 concerts ranging from cutting-edge buzz bands to certified rock legends.
Concert Review: Dave Matthews at Millett Hall

Taft vetoes E-check change
The Legislature handed Gov. Bob Taft a convenient way to veto a proposed change in the politically volatile emissions testing program.

UK beat Smith's expectations
Kentucky's loss in the Midwest Regional final marred, but didn't ruin, the season for coach Tubby Smith.
Season of parity evident in Final Four
Freshman forward's outside shooting sparks Marquette
Complete NCAA tournament coverage

Complete local news report

Hotel contents auctioned off
Rumpke comment deadline extended
Hamilton invited to town meeting
Covington to showcase artists
GOP slate may appear in court

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Complete sports report

Bush visit thrill for fans, players
Reds fans make trip across river
Lumpkins sets riding record at Turfway
LeBron hits winning shot in All-Star game
High school sports section

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Complete editorials report

New contagion: Easily spread
Reds: Baseball as a unifier
Update: Cleveland voucher case
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Regional stocks post 1Q losses
Ivorydale sale ends happily
Gas prices drop as stress lessens
GE official: Future shaky for airline market
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Library's story stacks up as fun
Playhouse performances canceled
Local Lit: Latest offerings by area writers
Tristate Best Sellers List
Get to It

    • More tempo news...

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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