LOCAL NEWS FOR SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2004

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The new black power
African-Americans command Cincinnati's classrooms, downtown boardrooms, and some of the region's foremost commercial and cultural centers. They control billions of dollars in assets, the mail we receive, and even the play on the local football field.
Complexion and gender have changed in 30 years

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Banks ban hats, shades
Planes, terrains and automobiles
Ohio wary of decree on coal


Scooters
N E I G H B O R S
Scooters scoot
around laws

Rachael Wagenlander has been enjoying her electric scooter this summer, but that may be ending.
  Additional Neighbors Headlines:
Ky. 16 awaits funding
Parish priest called verbally abusive
Teens get exposure to law enforcement


E D U C A T I O N
School meals under scrutiny
Most schools in Hamilton County restrict student access to vending machines and offer a wider variety of healthy foods in cafeterias, according to a new survey.
  Additional Education Headlines:
School proposal includes tax hike


G O O D   T H I N G S   H A P P E N I N G
Biker raises funds for cancer
You might find Catharine Rambeau sleeping in a motel or singing "Amazing Grace" while riding a motorcycle along a mountain road.
Good Things Happening in Kentucky



COLUMNS

Peter Bronson: Hate-America crowd has its own picnic

TRISTATE TOPICS

Around Northern Kentucky - Promises slow in coming for NKU projects

Faith Matters - Small church is ministering to big crowd

Kentucky Politics - Rechtin credits victor's strategy


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Clermont County efforts connect with sacrifices of U.S. soldiers
One ticket matched $290M jackpot
Fireworks, food and fun
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KENTUCKY NEWS

Miss America 2000 regroups after death
N.Ky. emergency crews call for updated radios
Suit challenges juvenile offenders' placements
After wife's death, dad turning to priesthood
Sara Lee nears end of tax break
Northern Kentucky Week in Review
Northern Kentucky News in Brief
Kentucky public safety briefs

LIVES REMEMBERED

James Amann took pride in work and Navy service
Louis Geiman, 89, an expert stonemason
Clarence Peters, 85, long-time Natorp's worker

SPECIAL SECTIONS

Great Neighborhoods
Montgomery and Sycamore Township: We showcase the people, schools, businesses and cultures that make these communities special.
Previous "Great Neighborhood" reports:
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Milford & Miami Twp.NewportNorwoodWest ChesterWest Side


Priests and Sexual Misconduct
Eight priests in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and two priests who formerly served in the Diocese of Covington have been suspended and/or accused of misconduct in a scandal that has swept across the country.

New bridge: A $750M puzzle
In a special multimedia report, The Enquirer tells why the Brent Spence Bridge is one of the most dangerous bridges in the nation, and how replacing it will be fraught with enormous problems and costs.

Erpenbeck Investigation
The Erpenbeck Co., once one of Greater Cincinnati's biggest home builders, became the subject of giant legal tangle involving banks, title insurance companies, suppliers and home buyers.