Wednesday, April 14, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 105
UC, cops join
in sync for Cinco

To tame wild Cinco de Mayo parties near the UC campus, students are being warned they could lose state aid and be expelled for rioting.

student

maupin Iraq war hits
close to home

On the streets of Willowville and Glen Este, yellow ribbons are signs of hope for the safe return of an Army reservist missing in Iraq.

Poll: Tax refunds go fast
More than six in 10 Greater Cincinnati residents either have already received or are expecting federal tax refunds this year, and 58 percent of those expect more than $1,000, according to an Enquirer and WCPO-TV poll.

He's still got it
The last three years have been "The Lost Years" of Ken Griffey Jr.'s career. Injuries have held him back, but to say Griffey has lost it is another matter.
Bonds hits 661st homer
Junior Griffey

Bengal in serious condition
Bengals cornerback Dennis Weathersby was in serious condition Tuesday at University Hospital following a single-car crash Monday evening in Springdale.

mushrooms A tidy business mushrooms
Rhonda Wilson left city life for a 19th-century farm in Melbourne, where she grows mushrooms for the finest restaurants in Cincinnati.

Hot rod hands
Nationally recognized for his artistry in hot-rod pulp such as Street Rodder, Car Kulture DeLuxe and Rod and Custom, Joshua Shaw is everywhere.

Shaw

lettering Home Style
Creative homeowners are spelling out their style with decorative lettering above fireplaces, circling archways, bordering ceilings.


LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Slaying suspect charged
Officer shoots, kills suspect
President of union assails Frailey
Village's future debated
A hope of learning fulfilled

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Retro ballparks all the rage
For Beaver, it's a walk-on victory
UC set for guard to commit
Xavier recruit stays on board
Prep baseball finals moved to Canton

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Detecting the next terror attack
Keep those kindergarten options open
Hot air: Bush taxes logic
Air needn't be dangerous to be bad
Letters to the editor

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Professor looks inside 'The Toyota Way'
Shoppers splurged in March
Smooth Sailing
Cognis names new head of U.S. operations here
Churchill Downs bids $45M for La. track

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Little store steps into high style
Spouse will do dishes after sampling pie
Pancakes nourish, entertain children
Jammin' On Main lineup: 27 bands
Firestone wants to be wine name

    • More tempo news..

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Korte: District voting would have favored GOP
Crowley: GOP primary candidates invited to debate
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