Sunday, June 22, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 173
Inspections lagging
Home builders want to build. Homeowners want to move in. In Cincinnati's booming northern suburbs, the frenzy means hundreds of new homes have never been certified as safe.

Audit may cost county millions
Pendleton County is in jeopardy of losing $1.5 million in federal grants because the county has not been audited for nearly two years.

Support fades for slot machines
The chances are getting slimmer that Ohio lawmakers will ask voters in November to put thousands of slot machines at Ohio's racetracks.

D'Backs 5, Reds 3
Arizona catcher Chad Moeller, whose throwing error tied the game, broke the deadlock with a two-run homer to give the Diamondbacks a 5-3 victory over the Reds Saturday night.

Hospital's cutting edge
A new doctor has turned University Hospital into Ohio's most prolific liver transplant program by accepting organs that were rejected by all the other transplant centers in the state.

Volunteers spin hard
work into theater

If you have a flair for drama and a few spare hours community theater will make sure you will always have something to do on a Friday night.

Next best thing to test drive
The answer to your every automotive question is on an automotive Web site inside that computer on your desk.
What are you driving?

Ode to an act of kindness
Columnist Paul Daugherty writes: The story begins 17 years ago, 1986, with a 10-year-old boy walking the streets of San Cristobal in the Dominican Republic, dust filling the toes of his sneakers. Sometimes in the Dominican, when your feet get too big for your shoes, you don't buy new ones. You cut the toes from the ones you have so your feet can have some more room.

LOCAL NEWS
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Political divide sparks disorder
Potter fans swarm bookstores
Faithful gather at ballpark for day of prayer
Navy pilot comes home for promotion
Mayor wants to see, be seen

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds long ball, past and present
Wally Post still huge in tiny town
Reds Q&A
LaRosa's honors Hunter, Englemon
UC, XU could wind up in Big East

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EDITORIALS
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Their cheating hearts: Why did they do it?
Concealed carry: Reconcile two bills
Emi: Pregnant rhino
Opinions divided about Iraq's weapons
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Jam giant sticks to values
For billers, it's about service
What makes a new farm thrive, survey asks
Tristate business notebook
What's the buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Dave Matthews' violinist to take solo bow
Malfitano to perform opera marathon
Singers bring vitality to 'Turandot'
'Matador' focusing on Latin culture
Get to it!

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