Thursday, March 25, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 85
Erpenbecks to plead guilty
Bill and Tony Erpenbeck have notified federal authorities that they will plead guilty to the witness-tampering charges that put them in jail last month.

Working for a safer Avondale
When he walks along Burnet Avenue, Ozie Davis III doesn't have to introduce himself as the man hired to make Avondale safer.
Ozie Davis

Rick Barnes
Heart of Texas
University of Texas coach Rick Barnes has some options against Xavier in the Atlanta Regional semifinal game Friday.
Frosh Doellman may play key role

Weathersby knows it's time
Dennis Weathersby, famous last year for surviving a bullet wound, now wants to be recognized for his play.
1,800 yards within reach, Johnson says

Call set stage for bank buyout
A telephone call to Carl Lindner from the top executive at National City Corp. was the beginning of talks that led to the $2.1 billion acquisition of Cincinnati's Provident Financial Group Inc. last month.

The dirtiest word?
Is the F-word so firmly entrenched in our lexicon that it has lost its power to shock? The answer depends upon whom you ask.
ONLINE EXTRA: Post your comments on the F-word

Summer camp guide
Camp guide
Cincinnati's 2004 summer camp lineup offers children of all ages everything from learning a foreign language, to taking a trip back in history to the pioneer days or to the future of space exploration.

Makeover Magic
CiN WeeklyMeet your CiN Weekly makeover winners: Shawn Haas and Jennifer Combs-Henson. Both said they entered because they "just needed a change." (And that's putting it lightly!).
Makeover Magic

Complete local news report

Hanging chads proving costly
Angina cure a step closer
Political spending will zoom
Ohio's taxes blamed for flight
Calling all Butler County Democrats

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Complete sports report

McKinley no stranger to wins
Shawnee's Butler Mr. Basketball
Rebels run out in first round
Spring is dawn of dead-arm for many
Dodgers' new GM moving cautiously

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

City's internal auditor empowered
'Under God' no risk to freedom
What you say on ... the war on terror
Give me respect, you'll get my business
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

The Beach plans new attractions
Radio universe tilts to 'family'
Saks to assist Freedom Center
Drug maker sues over P&G generic
Durable goods orders rebound

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Visions of African-American history
Opera diva dives into fun
Treasures from the Vatican
Keys gets a royal gig
'After Ashley' looks like a Humana Festival hit

    • More tempo news..

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