Tuesday, May 11, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 132
Lookin' for love
Now that the average ground temperature has topped 64 degrees for the first time this year, all that's needed for the onslaught of the Brood X cicadas is a soaking rain.
cicada

Chiquita paid rebel groups
Chiquita Brands International Inc. said Monday the Justice Department is investigating payments the company made to Colombian terrorist groups in response to threats against its workers.

Playhouse wins  Tony
Playhouse wins Tony Award
And the Tony Award for Best Regional Theatre goes to ... Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
Nominations take 'Wicked' turn

Delta ponders bankruptcy
Delta Air Lines Monday indicated that it might file for bankruptcy protection if the financially struggling company can't cut costs soon.

Towns will lead
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A vintage Royal typewriter occupies a prominent place in Hollis Towns' office. He displays it as a reminder of his roots and journalism's traditions.
Hollis Towns

Raymond sold on XU coaches
A focused recruiting effort paid off for Xavier Monday night when Toledo St. John's junior B.J. Raymond committed to the Musketeers.

Haynes' time with Reds ends
In their boldest roster move this season, the Reds placed pitcher Jimmy Haynes and what's left of his $2.5-million salary on waivers Monday.

Reds vs. Padres series preview

ice cream Prices make everyone scream
Rising commodity prices are forcing several Greater Cincinnati ice cream stores to either raise their prices or to eat a double-dip loss.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Cemetery caretaker under state attack
Review probes block grants
Local lawmakers support Rumsfeld
Bush sees new Iraq photos
Council delays Lunken vote

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SPORTS
Complete sports report

NKU softball team dominating
Golf: XU seeded 16th in Regional
New Richmond, Purcell advance
Kings' Browning throws no-hitter
Spartans' Roebel shuts out Goshen

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EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Q&A: Kentucky's 61st House district
Ease police 'hard hands' duty
Letters to the editor
Taft Museum enhances Cincinnati life

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Dow closes below 10,000 in sell-off
Cox agrees to guilty plea in scam
Downsizing Ohio Casualty loses exec
Applebee's soon to lose ashtrays
SunTrust buys National Commerce

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

'Frasier' hears last call
Know any good pick-up lines?
'Idol' competition is down to fab 4
Fringe Fest begins
TV's best bets

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Today's Enquirer Columnists
Pilcher: Spam is headed off at the pass
Bronson: DaBuzz not quite as bad as Al Jazeera
Howard: Historic church to have dedication

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