Wednesday, May 12, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 133
Tot Lot was greedy, violent
One of the city's biggest drug investigations in years began with a $100 purchase of crack cocaine in the heart of Cincinnati's West End.
beavers

Fill 'er up? You sure?
Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky drivers hit uncharted territory this week, with average gasoline prices setting record highs.

Reds win
Reds 6, Padres 3
The fifth spot in the Reds' batting order appears to have amazing medicinal powers for ailing bats.
Boone not likely to be Red again
Matthews now ready to help

Bengals re-sign Rudi
Both sides wanted, and worked toward, a long-term contract. But what running back Rudi Johnson and the Bengals settled on Tuesday was a one-year, $1.824-million deal.

Wild salmon
come calling

Wild salmon is gaining popularity, even though it's not available year-round and costs more than twice as much as the tame fish.
salmon

Payments ensured safety
Payments Chiquita Brands International Inc. said it made to rebels to protect its employees has cast fresh light on the silent costs of doing business in one of the fastest-growing regions for U.S. trade.

Jammin' weekend
It's a festival that includes 27 acts on three stages in two nights, with partying to boot. CiN Weekly has your guide to Jammin' on Main.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Bugs just waiting for good soaking
Mall rehab plan back on track
Show of support
Photographer freed during appeal
Culberson search yields clues

    • More local news*..

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Two fewer local soccer teams
Orr joins Cronin at Murray State
Dixie jumps Boone early for 4-1 victory
Expenses could leave Indy field short
Nets pound Pistons, even series

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

It's about time for diesel cleanup
Candidate Q&A: Kentucky 66th House district
Letters to the editor

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Mortgage rates rise; now 6.31%
Small company makes big strides in lighting
P&G to pay $1.8B in Chinese buyout
WOXY will keep on rockin'
Visitors Bureau turns to Bench as its pitchman

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

Jacob, Emily win baby-name game
Summer livin' is easy ... with rhubarb pie
CSI offers low price, low tech
Ballers puts slick moves on players
Kids' swimwear blocks the sun

    • More tempo news..

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