Sunday, July 13, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 194
Take it or leave it
On Tuesday, Cincinnati City Council will vote on an unprecedented package of tax breaks to keep the giant Convergys Corp. from moving to Northern Kentucky.

Online police stings
Good police work, or entrapment of someone who has committed no crime? That's a growing question as law officers track sexual predators on the Internet, posing as underage girls and, sometimes, boys.
New laws OK'd online police stings
Protecting your kids while they're online

Reds 5, Brewers 1
Jimmy Haynes pitched well, and Junior Griffey smashed a home run for the fifth straight game as the Reds won their second in a row over the Brewers.
Daugherty Reds column


Brewers Lollapalooza's encore
After six years of silence, the boys (and girls) of summer are back. The once-traditional Lollapalooza music festival will visit 30 U.S. cities from Boston to San Diego.
Lollapalooza: Mainstage acts

Parents' pride: All 3 kids in Iraq
It's safe to say Bill and Mary Staun's first ride in an Army Humvee was considerably more enjoyable their eldest child's last.

'World's biggest air show' lands
Count next weekend as one for the record books as the 2003 Vectren Dayton Air Show takes to the skies Thursday through next Sunday.
Planes on display

Casinos are where action is
The flagging hotel market has a Fort Mitchell-based hotel operator looking to double the number of its casinos by the end of the year.

Kentucky Speedway Kentucky thunder
Two drivers, teammates without sponsors, chased down the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Built Ford Tough 225 title Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway. Carl Edwards came away the winner.

LOCAL NEWS
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Tall Ships set sail for northern Ohio
Butler receives aid for seniors
Bicycle trek aids research, services for MS
Should records go on 'Net?
Residents fight shopping center

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds Q&A
Sports and reality TV: Behold the promise
Six-time champion Eberle set to defend
TOtT: Broadway Joe vs. Joe Millionaire
Page Two power rankings

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EDITORIALS
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Piecing together Bush's African puzzle
Court records: On the Wild Wild Web
Anthem: Ob/Gyn contracts
Bush in Africa: Continue momentum
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
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Casinos are where action is
Teach employees how to put on an act
Pet supplier offers low-cost options
Business notes
Software can help photo jobs
What's the Buzz?

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Something's Afoot' is something of a stiff
Crow show starts, stops and rewinds
Irish dance alive and flinging
Women's Theater first with 'In Flame'
'Traviata' has clumsy start, powerful finish

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