Tuesday, August 3, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 215
NURFC A new station
of freedom

After 10 years of planning and more than $100 million, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center opens today.
Special section

Police board: Discipline
Cincinnati's independent police oversight agency believes three police officers used excessive force in the death last year of Nathaniel Jones and wants severe discipline for them.

Stars come out
Surprises were few on the first day of the Western & Southern Financial Group Masters on Monday, and when they did occur, they were minor.
Photos from Monday

Beauty has P&G blooming
Cincinnati-based consumer products giant Procter & Gamble Co. reported one of its best years ever Monday, and the reason wasn't Tide or Ivory.
P&G's 'fair trade' java now in stores

BlackBerry BlackBerry sticks
Remember getting busted for reading a comic book in class, or for passing notes, and the embarrassment of having them read to the entire class?

Lewis signed through 2007
Coach Marvin Lewis has received a contract extension worth an estimated $2 million over the four-year span of the deal.
Photo gallery from training camp
Meet the Bengals: Terrell Roberts
Day 3 passes without Perry, Ratliff
This week's poll: Predict the Bengals' record

Lego legacy
Rome wasn't built in a day, probably because of a lack of Legos. But that's never a problem at Architecture Lego Camp, held recently at Drake Science Center in Norwood.

CSO ends season with bangs
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra said farewell to summer on Sunday evening with a blockbuster all-Russian program that climaxed with an explosive 1812 Overture, complete with perfectly timed cannon fire.
Dudley joins Symphony as assistant conductor
Music Hall plans grand September

Complete local news report

Luken won't run for mayor
Schools, cities face votes today
Heimlich says no to Drake tax
Lemmie to hire 2 for police
Clooney still refining views

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Kearns to third wouldn't be easy
Reds at Giants series preview
Prep football's back: The pads go on
Sports digest
Sports today on TV, radio

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Intelligence chief belongs inside
Tennis event important to local image
Poor network coverage ill serves voters
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Spyware outpaces attempts to foil it
Apple faces leaderless month
Tips for putting videos on DVD
Fifth Third to buy Florida bank
Forum to focus on retaining creative class

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Dip balm in blush to color lips
Pink line targets college girls
TV's best bets
Mamma Mia! opens today
Capturing Schubert's soul

    • More tempo news..

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Bronson: Beauty lives beyond shore of 'real life'
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Wilkinson: Luken an unpredictable act, as always

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