Thursday, April 15, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 106
Speed claims another teen
Three Middletown High School students were enjoying a spring break night when the driver lost control and crashed, killing one and injuring two others.

students

cicada guy Cicadas invade
Museum Center

Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal will be crawling with bugs as part of Cicada Xtravaganza, an exhibit that opens Saturday.

In the infield,
Castro stands out

Juan Castro has been the Reds' biggest contributor off the bench: the Reds' best shortstop, third baseman and second baseman.
castro

Monday nights for Bengals
It will have been 12 years and six days between Monday night games for the Bengals, who will play twice at home in prime time in 2004.
CB Weathersby still in serious condition

fran Ben-Gals look back, cheerfully
Even with stiff requirements, former Ben-Gals say they wouldn't trade the experience for anything.

ONLINE EXTRA: Ben-Gals photo gallery

Cashing in on refunds
Tax time has become a major sales event for some Greater Cincinnati retailers, to snare a share of the hundreds of billions of dollars in tax refunds collected by consumers.


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

friends 'Friends' finale
Fill up your latte cups and snuggle into your overstuffed sofa: the countdown has begun to the finale of Friends.

Tell us where the "friends" will be in 10 years

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Shootings laid to guns on street
Fernald's nuke waste refused
Lakota schools cutting teachers
Crest Hills project voted down
Fund raising is ramped up

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

Houshmandzadeh gets 1-year deal
Cubs' Prior throws off mound in 'baby step'
Babe next in Bonds' sights
Big Blue bash Eagles
Els isn't tormenting himself

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Lawmakers fail Kentucky's citizens
Free up Cincinnati's TIFs quickly
Bush team, not inquiry, is bigger danger
What you say on President Bush
Letters to the editor

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Delta reports $383M in losses
Federated in talks to buy Field's
Some tax incentives fall short
Inflation threatens as economy improves
IGA on Colerain closing

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Prince commands music, stage
'Oklahoma!' energetic, fresh revival
Bill, Kwame square off to be 'Apprentice'
Soprano must 'experience emotions' of Gorecki
Riverbend rocks back and forth

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Peale: Worth of the Reds in the eye of the holder
Crowley: Talkative Bunning stirs up the gators
Bronson: Council votes not to respect shouts of hate
Good Things Happening

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