Thursday, January 1, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 1
Revelers ring in 2004
Revelers gathered to ring in 2004 Wednesday under some of the tightest New Year's Eve security in U.S. history.
Revelers

Council Plan faces 'black-on-black' crime
Cincinnati's four black City Council members on Wednesday launched a campaign against the escalating homicides in the city.

2004: Looking Ahead
Top stories that will come in the new year.
Looking ahead to Tristate news
Looking ahead to Sports news
Looking ahead to Business news
Looking ahead to Tempo news
Opinion: Let us resolve these principles

UC gears for C-USA
Bob Huggins already might have set his personal record for going the longest in a season without descending into a foul humor over the play of his basketball team.
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Oester rejoins Reds
Ron Oester's new position with the Reds is a big one. He is the on-field person in charge of all minor-leaguers.

Time for a fresh start
It's time to clean out the cobwebs - from the corners of your living room as well as those in your head from too much partying last night - and look ahead to 2004.

CINWeekly New Year, New You
Maybe pre '03 you were quiet and desperate, but in '04, you're loud and gratified. Welcome to the year of YOU. Let's get started.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Addyston losing stalwarts
Warren County ballot sparse
From the state capitals
SUV, city house combed for clues
She spends her life helping those in need

    • More local news...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Run's the word for OSU, KSU
Lethargic Wildcats struggle yet again
Even a split title is worth it to Trojans
Only more wins would complete Cavs' James
Raiders say goodbye to Callahan

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

We must fight drug scourge more than ever
Let us resolve these principles
Students must learn responsibility
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

BUSINESS
Complete business report

AK ex-president sues company for $6.1M
Bill would reduce claims
Tech workers moving from homes to city
At last, the bear sleeps
Tristate summary

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Girls' stripped of bare emotion
Teens take on radio 'From the Top'
HGTV offers football alternative
Leather requires extra care
The Early Word

    • More tempo news...

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