Tuesday, April 15, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 105
Campuses mourn
Two college campuses reeled Monday from the deaths of five students - including two from the Tristate - who perished in a house fire Sunday near Ohio State University.

Concealed carry law argued
A lawsuit challenging Ohio's ban on concealed weapons is drawing national scrutiny from many sides of the gun rights debate.

Pay the tax man
For whatever reason, more than 600,000 taxpayers will find that they can't complete and file their income tax forms by today. But they still have to pay today.
Where you can mail till midnight

Reds thump Cubbies
Monday night was not the night you would have expected the Reds to wake up offensively. Nor was it the night you would have expected them to record their first easy win of the year.
Larkin joins Griffey on DL

Gay rights, rites tear at church
A Cincinnati minister has spurred a controversy in the Presbyterian Church over the rights of gays and lesbians to lead congregations and marry under church law.

[img] Dermarr gets better
Sunday was seven months to the day since former UC star Dermarr Johnson dozed off driving his Mercedes and broke his neck. He's making a comeback.

Land owners fight developers
Farmers and owners of riverfront property or wooded homesteads are fighting developers with a legal document that allows property owners to control land use, even long after they die.

Complete local news report

Teacher gets probation in sex case
Cheviot, Price Hill school designs unveiled
Library plans 3 new branches
Surgeon recalls Passover in war zone
Fairfield trims sites for justice center

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Bengals prospect is healthy, agent says
Time for Bengals to decide on pick
Koester gets new start at UC
Princeton names new football coach
High school sports page

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Image campaign: New Cincinnati
POWs: Found alive
Amber Alert: House adds too much
Boycott does not cause lasting unity
Readers' Views

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Complete business report

Poll: Time isn't right for tax cuts
GE engine sector must reduce jobs
Wella shareholder cool to P&G offer
Hill-Rom bed unit to cut 300 jobs
Tristate Summary

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

'Hairspray' finishes Broadway series lineup
Guide to computers, the Web and gadgets
Coffee-table books: Hollywood to dullsville
Get to it!
Summer camp guide

    • More tempo news...

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