Thursday, April 1, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 92
Audits aim more at individuals
America's largest corporations are less likely to face an Internal Revenue Service audit this year than at any time in the past decade.

Songs of cicadas
The wail of 5 billion cicadas is more than six weeks away, but the song of the cicada began when musician Jake Speed recorded "They're Coming."
Jake Speed

Luken presses probe of gang
A yearlong federal investigation into a Cincinnati street gang is dragging on too long, city officials say, leaving members free to commit more crimes and deal drugs.

Posey Right team, right time for Posey
No player has embodied the Memphis Grizzlies rise to prominence like starting small forward and former Musketeer James Posey.

One more cut to set roster
The Reds appeared to get their roster in pretty tidy shape Wednesday by cutting it to 26 healthy players.
Haynes back on track

Profits rebound
for area firms

Greater Cincinnati's public companies pulled down nearly $12 billion in profits last year, more than double what they earned in 2002.

Opening Day It's Opening Day!
It's the memories of years past coming to life in the present and the sight of the boys of summer marking the first day of spring.

CSO toast of Fla.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's whirlwind tour of Florida was a chance for the orchestra to renew ties with many longtime supporters.
Review: Symphony finale wows

Complete local news report

Senators want center audits
EPA head predicts cleaner air soon
Bush: VP Cheney to toss 1st pitch
Recount begins next week
City grants $1.3M to arts

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

UC returns to natural habitat
Bengals seen as AFC North contender
NFL moves to drop curtain on celebrations
Bosox put Garciaparra on DL
Reds pull Walker's press credential

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Fire Dept. attitude change needed
Kentucky needs a budget, tax reform
Look closer at environment figures
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Airfares here go skyward fastest
'03 profits rebound for area companies
Warren declines tourism group
Stewart lawyers: Juror warrants new trial
Levee adds Japanese restaurant

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Memories give her some comfort
Flower show cultivates big names
Country songwriters face woes
Bringing the bizarre into focus
'Angel' marathon lifts Reese's spirits

    • More tempo news..

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