Friday, June 13, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 163
justin Red-hot potato
After a 5-year custody battle between adoptive parents in Ohio and biological parents in Kentucky, the fate of Justin, now 6 years old, is back where it started: in Kenton County Circuit Court.

Monkeypox may have hit here
A Butler County resident may have contracted the disease, which has been transmitted by animals to at least 12 humans nationally.

Worth a million bucks
When Homearama 2003 opens Saturday, all nine houses on display will sport price tags of $1 million or more.
Photo tour of 5 million-dollar homes
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Weekend fun & dining
Wondering what to do this weekend? How about Newport's Italianfest, the June Music Bug Festival, or dining in Columbus?
Summer festival guide

Austin Kearns Reds 2, Devil Rays 1
A steal of home and a home run by Austin Kearns, a sparkling performance by Ryan Dempster and more quality relief pitching gave the Reds a sweep in Tampa.

Shadow over Busch
At least 70,000 fans will pack Kentucky Speedway for Saturday's Meijer 300, but other stand-alone Busch Series races have averaged just 25,000 fans.
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Gay-theme play attracts protest
Surrogate delivers twins for Joan Lunden
1995 murder probe revived
E-check enemy keeps up heat
Heroes' welcome planned for Marines

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City loses bid for women's World Cup
Low-scoring game goes West's way
Dixie Heights on a quest for respect
Saints latest to be visited by Smith
Local golf course guide

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EDITORIALS
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Fugitive: Disappearing Acts
Title IX: Still searching for answers
Dad: Fatherhood's comeback
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Employee training at new Ky. center
Kings Island opens Gump restaurant
Tariff seen as boon to local firm
Jo-Ann Fabrics sale benefits Children's
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
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Duct-y gifts for dad
Lipsticks that last
'Good guy' defined Peck's career
Encourage outdoor play
Get to it!

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