Saturday, January 3, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 3
Twitty Twitty invited to help fight violence
Cincinnati's mayor reached out to ousted former assistant police chief Ron Twitty to help curb escalating homicides in the city.

Buckeyes survive
K-State charge

Ohio State again partied in the Fiesta Bowl, repeating as its champion with a 35-28 triumph Friday over Kansas State.
Kansas St. clears QB, allows him to start

Alliance to pay patients' costs
The Health Alliance of Cincinnati moved Friday to hang on to patients insured by Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield who might be looking for new doctors and hospitals.

Wal-Mart Supercenter stirs
Milford merchants

News that Wal-Mart wants to put one of its "supercenters" in Milford has brought a national debate into sharp focus for those in this Clermont County city.

Award caps Kitna's year
Jon Kitna didn't see the NFL Comeback Player of Year award coming because he thought he had a pretty good 2002 season.
Bengals coaches will get up-close looks at top college seniors

Furniture answers call to colors
Subtle or sassy-bright, painted furniture is a prime pick - not a last resort - for buyers looking for furniture with personality.

What's coming up in 2004
Take a look ahead to what's going on this year. A month-by-month rundown of the area's annual entertainment events for 2004.

Acura TSX proves fun, frisky
The Acura TSX was an unexpected surprise. Like a little-known movie that wins an Academy Award, the TSX deserves the "Sleeper Car of the Year" prize.
What are you driving?

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.

Complete local news report

Traveling pig writes home often
Woman found dead inside car
Home from college: Mom and Dad rule
Season's drunk-driving arrests up
100th Habitat house built in 100 days

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Complete sports report

After victory, 'Canes preparing for losses
Cotton Bowl: Mississippi 31, Oklahoma State 28
Peach Bowl: Clemson 27, Tennessee 14
Rose hasn't soured Sugar Bowl
Today's bowl: Humanitarian

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Complete editorials report

War on drugs is worth supporting
Attacking crime from inside out
Taking more pride in neighborhoods
Winners and Losers: The way we see it
Letters to the editor

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Complete business report

It's time to adjust 401(k) contributions
Bob Evans set for Hillsboro
Comair has profitable 3rd quarter
Dollar's weakness alters strategies
Manufacturing expands

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Ceramic cottages held incense
Winner Loos
'Simple Life' special in works
In The Know
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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