Friday, August 13, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 225
Deaths leave families bereft
Death has claimed two beloved coaches: Fairfield's Christy Dennis and the UC's Stephanie Rosfeld.

Cash-short city cuts spending
Cincinnati will freeze hiring, ban nonessential city employee travel and delay a police recruit class in an effort to save $7.8 million.

Turtle enjoys dip into freedom
You'd think the freedom of the vast Atlantic Ocean might intimidate a turtle that has been in an aquarium.

Pena picks up
the pieces

A confluence of factors has led Wily Mo Pena to the opportunity of a lifetime.
Photos from today's game
New position likely for Junior
No negotiations, just talks

From Athens you see the world
Paul Daugherty files his first report from Athens: Why shouldn't Athens be ready for the world's athletes? It's already got the world.
Olympics Special Section

F&N Steak House closes
The F&N Steak House, a meat-and-potatoes roadhouse that has been a Northern Kentucky dining fixture since 1929, has served its last meal.

Back-to-school shopping
Take a high-schooler and a parent. Give them each $100 and a homework assignment: Pick an outfit for the first day of school.
Shopping tips

Seafood Fest
Where else can you get a cheap lobster and see Vanilla Ice live? Two dozen local restaurants will be at the 18th annual Great Inland Seafood Festival.

Complete local news report

Stoplight cameras face veto
Prostate screens available for free
Trio pedal across U.S. to sign voters
Agencies fined over E-checks
Agency cleared of grant misuse

    • More local news ...

Complete sports report

Kitna points out path to success
Team leaves early to avoid storm
UC's Dantonio fires shot at MU
Tourney gets star in Davenport
Clarke makes nine birdies for lead

    • More sports news...

Complete editorials report

Morgue case was never about art
Checking back: Mentally ill inmates
Celebrate Cincinnati in Athens
Olympics could inspire a truce on terror
Letters to the editor

    • More editorials...

Complete business report

Utilities learned lessons of blackout
Stocks slip as oil prices rise
Summit Woods fetches $30M
Delta heralds 75th despite bankruptcy
Panera coming to Florence

    • More business news...

Complete tempo report

Quilters promote craft, fight violence
Hip-hop here for Scribble Jam
Fashionable musicians unite for concert
Warped Tour includes hip-hop, punk acts
Star sees how Lamborghini likes curves

    • More tempo news..

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