Tuesday, January 6, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 6
Hit King hawking the truth
Paul Daugherty writes: Pete Rose doesn't tell the truth unless he can cash it and spend it. It took half a million copies of yet another Rose "story," and its promise of millions of dollars, for Charlie Hustler to come clean.
Complete Pete Rose coverage

Messy but mild
Rescue boats cut through fast-moving waters to reach 18 residents of a Crosby Township neighborhood trapped in their homes Monday by Great Miami River flooding.

New security measures to start
Federal immigration and customs officials Monday began photographing and fingerprinting foreign visitors from all but 28 countries at the country's major airports, including the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

flooding Tune in, work out
Have you broken your New Year's resolutions yet? Deby Weik of Independence says she's determined to keep hers: to lose weight. She's already purchased a video copy of Pilates for Dummies.

Watchdog's meter ticking
The city of Cincinnati has been paying the part-time director of the Citizen Complaint Authority $90 or more an hour while the city looks for a permanent director for the police watchdog agency.

Newell to lead CPS board
Two educators nabbed the top spots on the Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education Monday night.

Acura TSX 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?
Acura interior

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

Floods don't dampen love of river 'hoods
Specialty hospitals for preemies
SCPA marks history
Cameras sought to deter dumpers, vandals
Wee gators join aquarium

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

Dantonio putting together his staff
Bengals stay on Clear Channel
Broncos, Rockets, Flashes start quickly
Moeller's top ranking enhanced
Covington Catholic maintains its perch

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Rose's confession doesn't change a thing
Drug killings symptoms of disease
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Van Winkle houses, goods set for auction
N.Ky. business breaks a priority
Verdin looking for single location in city
Cheviot Financial offer a success
Americans build mountain of debt

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Off-Broadway hits coming to Aronoff
Awards cite models for good health
Best sellers
Spears 'lacked understanding'
Get to it!

    • More tempo news...

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Bronson: We've got our own gimmicks for weight loss
Daugherty: Truth for sale
Howard: Good Things Happening
Kraft: Style extra
Pilcher: You gotta know the lingo
Inside Ohio's Capital

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