Tuesday, September 30, 2003 -- Volume 7, No. 273
Jailed victim now will testify
A woman jailed for contempt after she said she was raped, then failed to show up in court, is now planning to testify, her lawyer says.
• Pulfer column: The wrong messenger
• Editorial: Intimidated witnesses

$1.8 billion I-75 fix
The committee studying I-75 overwhelmingly approved a combination of widening the expressway in southwest Ohio and a new light-rail line from Covington to West Chester.

Divided opinions greet Bush
A year ago, when President Bush came here to make a nationally televised speech arguing his case for war against Iraq, the White House said he had wanted to speak to the heartland. When Bush returns to today, he'll find a heartland just as divided about his presidency as it was then.
Pioneer of Citizens on Patrol to meet Bush
Enquirer editorial: We have some questions

Straw men comin' on
If scarecrows really do keep crows away, the blackbirds will be taking the long way around Coney Island the next couple of weeks.
Modern scarecrows mostly decorative
Straw men

Companies thinking pink
to fight breast cancer

There are plenty of worthy charitable causes out there and the fashion and beauty industries support many of them with special fund-raisers and promotions, but breast cancer research just might get the most support.

T-K-O
Spotlight fits Spikes
Teammates who struggle to win a Super Bowl, says Takeo Spikes, are bound forever by the shared achievement.
Bengals division goal still alive
Paul Brown turf gets makeover

Playoffs littered with ex-Reds
The Reds finished far out of the postseason. But they will be well-represented in October.
Red Sox, Cubs chasing history
• Division series previews: National | American

Fiorini walks on plea
George Fiorini snookered investors, dodged Ohio securities regulators and, Monday, reneged on a plea deal with federal authorities that would have put him in prison for up to eight years.

Fumbles, drops haunt Bearcats
You don't have to be a football coach to understand the most basic skill associated with the sport. As University of Cincinnati coach Rick Minter says, "Possession of the ball is ten-tenths of the law in football."

Comics fans: Take our survey
The Enquirer wants to change its comic strip lineup in the print edition, but first we want you to tell us what you like and don't like.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Obscenity standards on trial
District may ax activities
Free day for 7,000 Warren students
Guilty plea voided in work shooting
Mental health plan tied to levy

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Reds ID 2 more finalists for GM
Shaun Alexander's homecoming
No. 1s brace for big tests
Beechwood takes over top spot
East beats West 2-1 in Lakota battle

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

We have some questions
Intimidated witnesses
Job well done
Cincinnati cared, made a difference
Readers' Views

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Financial planner guilty in tax case
Firm's office space doubling
Job fair for collegians and new grads
Tristate summary
Morning memo

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TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Kazan got Brando's best
Help us pick community books
Fabulous-Furs opens in Kenwood
TV best bets
Get to it!

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