Thursday, April 3, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 93
Council sticks to police reforms
Amid the loudest protests since the 2001 riots, City Council agreed to stick with the collaborative agreement on police reform - but only if the Black United Front and its lawyers drop out.

Erpenbeck offered plea deal
More than a year after the FBI opened a bank-fraud investigation of his defunct home-building company, the government has sent Bill Erpenbeck a proposed plea-bargain agreement, sources close to the year-old investigation said.

Pirates 7, Reds 4
The Reds were four outs from a very uplifting victory when the suddenly powerful Pirates turned the night upside down.
Lopez debuts at short today
Reds pitcher has score to settle
Poll: Grade the stadium

Docs put skills to test in battle
When the trauma work pauses at University Hospital, Maj. Brad Davis often takes a few minutes to scan the war news from Iraq.

William Lytle:
A general of interest

He was only 5-foot-6, but William Haines Lytle stood tall in the eyes of those he led onto bloody Civil War battlefields.
Ohio & Kentucky perched on both sides of Civil War

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Mortgage broker gets 6 months
Trucker will fight menacing charges
East End hopes for policing center in school
Mt. Healthy street repair fund boosted
Norwood solicits comments on levies

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Xavier's West finalist for Wooden Award
Young DBs start fresh with Lewis
High expectations for Buckeyes
NCAA basketball page
High school sports page

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Collaborative: In jeopardy
UC Med Center: New director a plus
Ohio budget: Make real spending cuts
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Changes at airport possible
Forest Fair's new look begins
ZoomTown puts on music
What's the Buzz?
Morning memo

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Pops gives New Yorkers good laugh
Is highly rated BET better?
CCM seniors brace themselves, teens for tryouts
The Early Word
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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