Friday, April 16, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 107
Students move
to Kerry's side

Many of the nation's college students now are backing Sen. John Kerry for president, a poll released Thursday shows.


Our air deemed too dirty
The air hovering over nine Greater Cincinnati counties and about 470 others throughout the country officially became illegal Thursday.

vigil Glen Este prays
for missing soldier

Balloons, hymns and prayers rose over Glen Este High School Thursday night to show support for Pfc. Matt Maupin, missing in Iraq.
Local unit stuck in Iraq

Reds lead,
bullpen flinches

The Reds were dancing along Thursday with a four-run lead, then they were walking off the field 6-4 losers to the Phillies.
Photos from Thursday's game

L.A. injured, not sidetracked
Nearly half the Los Angeles Lakers' roster is banged up, they'll face a different Texas opponent than anticipated and they have less time to recuperate than usual.
ONLINE EXTRA: Tell us who you think will win.

Uma Kill Bill Vol. 2
Tarantino owes a debt to his star Uma Thurman (and co-author of the basic story), who carries the movie with a vibrant performance.

LabOne stays in Cincinnati
LabOne Inc. waited until after Cincinnati City Council passed a $2.6 million package of tax incentives to decide it wasn't moving to Kentucky after all.

Here's to
women's health

A local author and 10 other women describe how to get yourself to a good place, physically and emotionally.

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

Jurassic 5
Charlie 2na and Jurassic 5 will be helping paint the town red (or any other color you'd like to suggest) at Bogart's.

Jurassic 5

Complete local news report

NAACP favors council districts
County tries an end run
Club-seat buyers sue
Child flees enticement, fifth of year
Clooney smashes record for cash

    • More local news...

Complete sports report

National honor for NCH's Mayo
Simpson on the mark for Colonels
Moeller doesn't panic during Bombers' rally
Weathersby still in serious condition
Denver makes sure it has tight ends

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Toning down harsh rhetoric is right step
Create regional clean-air plan
Explain yourself: In defense of Ron Siler
Medical crisis isn't about malpractice
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

5/3 profits up 10% in quarter
McDonald's to pump up its McImage
Provident's new owner plans big
The Toyota Way
Delta's finance chief leaving

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Traveling parents link home and hotel
When money's tight, tell kids the truth
Kids and weddings can be good mix
The Insatiable Shopper
Women refute Beckham's denials

    • More tempo news..

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