Tuesday, April 8, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 98
Grenade victim itching for action
U.S. Air Force Capt. Mark Wisher, the Northern Kentuckian injured during a grenade attack carried out by a member of his own unit in Kuwait, is itching to get back to the action.
Support the troops: Buy dog tags

Guide to Hamilton
City leaders are determined to remake Hamilton from an old industrial town to a forward-looking city marked by the arts and education.

Boycott demands consolidated
The Rev. Damon Lynch III and other boycott leaders have a new combined list of demands.
Judge blasts city, lets Black United Front withdraw
Thomas' mom still seeking closure

Horse rescuer
Alice Crow wanted to do something to prevent the slaughter of horses, so she founded a center that takes unwanted animals and helps find good homes for them.

Neil Armstrong takes giant leap
The publicity shy first man on the moon, now a resident of Indian Hill, has given permission for a biography.

Syracuse wins it all
At long, long last, Jim Boeheim's mission is accomplished. Syracuse stunned favored Kansas for the national championship Monday night in New Orleans.
Photo gallery

Guillen fills in for Griffey
The Reds put Ken Griffey Jr. on the 15-day disabled list and are expected to recall outfielder Jose Guillen from Triple-A Louisville.
Reds notebook: Stopping HRs means throwing sinkers
Reds at Astros series preview

Complete local news report

Troubled apartment complex purchased
Firm begins search to head UC
Warren Co. leaders push for college
Road builders seek new ways
Butler judge's conviction overturned

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Complete sports report

QB Leftwich works out for Bengals
NCAA women's championship: Geno vs. Pat
Moeller's Duncan boys player of the year
High school sports page

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Complete editorials report

Killing: Response too late
Ohio budget: House vote nears
Iraq: What next?
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Fed plans emergency economic rescue
Live views of troops from GCS camera
Paper firm rejects office complex bid
Kroger donates to hunger relief
Morning Memo

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Complete tempo report

Gaining weight? Could be sweetener
Accessories keep mother up to date
Weekly technology guide
Summer camp guide
Get to It: A guide to help make your day

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