Thursday, August 26, 2004 -- Volume 8, No. 238
Allen admits workplace affair
Hamilton County Prosecutor Mike Allen admitted Wednesday that he had a 3½-year extramarital affair with a female lawyer who works in his office.
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Two Showdown kickoffs
Greater Cincinnati prep football fans will flock to Princeton High School tonight for a season-opening doubleheader, with Kentucky teams sharing the spotlight.
Ray sees benefits in knocking heads with GCL
QBs Pride, Meeks highlight opener

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Making music
Justin Lynch, a local musician who manages the York St. Cafe's club, visited the Pendleton County Animal Shelter just once. But he couldn't bring himself to go back.

Smoking ban debate begins
Calling it an important national issue that cannot be ignored in Cincinnati, Vice Mayor Alicia Reece on Wednesday opened public debate on a proposed indoor smoking ban for all workplaces, including bars and restaurants.

Kmart victim's family baffled
One hoped to be a Kmart manager. The other was a machinist and barbershop singer who stopped with his wife to return some merchandise.
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No relief in sight
The Reds seem to have gotten their starting pitching straightened out. The bullpen, however, remains shaky - very shaky.
Photos of Wednesday's game
Freel's among NL elite base stealers
Wagner is showing promise

West
West is back
The architect of No. Kentucky's 1990s development is returning to Greater Cincinnati as president of the new Dearborn County Economic Development Initiative.

LOCAL NEWS
Complete local news report

Lawsuit: Public Defender's Office fails
Iraqi girl's heart surgery a "success"
Pain-control treatment needs reform
Middletown Guard unit heading home?
Sewer plant a step closer

    • More local news ...

SPORTS
Complete sports report

Olympics: Won, and then done
Meet the Bengals: Eric Steinbach
Murray counts days to Ohio State
Miami wideout back for 6th year
Matta's Buckeyes to face Knight

    • More sports news...

EDITORIALS
Complete editorials report

Let voters 'follow the money'
Ky. waging smart battle against obesity
Furor over attack ads
Let kids know you'll back up teachers
Letters to the editor

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BUSINESS
Complete business report

Scammer violated license law
Lindner cedes title of CEO to two sons
W.Va. bank to buy Winton
5/3 exec named to follow Niehaus
Square D plans Oxford closure

    • More business news...

TEMPO
Complete tempo report

A 'Clowning' Touch
Froggy fable pads series at the Playhouse
Wilberforce University to honor Rawls
UPN could score trio of hits
Urban Challenge races around Cincinnati

    • More tempo news..

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Peale: Games takes new path
Howard: Hawaiian ride helps with AIDS
Daugherty: Having embraced wrestling, Gardner lets go
Daugherty: U.S. women have best of both games
Curnutte: Productive Bengals camp ends

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