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Available stories for Sunday, November 5, 2000

One-third of entrants advance into black
The over-riding issue
Usually, it's the cover-up
Super news for Detroit
Election 2000: A voter's guide
Taylor sparks Rockets
Storm falls flat against Wheeling
Carter paces Rocket women to victory
Need shovel for NFL gold
Massillon Perry tops Whitmer
Liberty Center rolls
St. Ursula captures regional volleyball title
Big 2nd half lifts O-G over Fostoria
H-L's Reinhart edged out in bizarre finish in Div. III
Napoleon boys capture Division II title
UM on short end of points frenzy
Buckeyes overcome a slow start
Falcons roll in exhibition opener
Final four minutes are fatal for Falcons
Bush will stand up for family values
Online college fairs instituted to broaden recruitment effort
Zoo keeper hurt treating elephant
Businessman valued, understood people
Retired teacher excelled in sports
Taft, O'Donnell stump at OSU game
Toledoan is facing formidable fight from Republican trial judge
Actions could ease Jordan Senate jump
Bush alters youth education, punishment
Bush team makes late vote push in Michigan
Family issues a top priority in Gore career
4 flee fire in townhouse believed started by boy
Vouchers in trouble, poll reports
County GOP chief condemns new Bates ad as `outrageous'
Backers seek clout for charter schools
Magic 270 electoral votes hinge on deadlocked states
Voucher measure appears close
Backers of school initiative optimistic big turnout will mean a different result
Leonard finds gold in flawed characters
Presidential battle goes straight to the heartland
Cedar Point police officer hit by car, in serious condition
1-car crash in Erie County leaves 4 injured
Dave Hackenberg's weekly NFL picks
Swan Creek getting cleaner, and the fish have noticed
3rd Detroit casino to open; chances of success called good
Flutist Galway shines with symphony as a conductor too
Spoilsport casts pall over WW II memorial plan
Memorabilia collector keeps campaigns alive
Democrats should be careful what they wish for
Next president will be ... Joe Lieberman?
Remodeler registration proposed for Ohio
`Cool things' from eras past
Pacino talks
Reality check: A television trend loses momentum
Investing for real in their futures
Seasonal firms offer sugarplums to lure help
OC asks court to let it replenish its 401(k) plan
Toledo ballet director says, `You have to look out for yourself'
Boys at the barre
Home cooking with extra style
Polling what's ahead for the Hillary
Russia's return to basics will backfire
Cleaning closets, sorting out priorities
Advice for the new president
This time voters wield real power at the polls
An underappreciated jewel in the Swiss Alps
`Civil Action' lawyer digs into anti-Resnick ads
Benton-Carroll-Salem, Lakota schools say need is urgent
Washington Local makes 5th try at levy
Veteran sheriffs face strong challenges
City's voters have chance to alter election cycle
Big shift of House not likely from area
Sail to Philly with Mark Knopfler
Poll closing times in key states
National governor contests
What's at stake Tuesday
Phone numbers of area boards of elections
An era of nail-biters
Bedford Township sheds quiet image
Electric bartering may go to cities
Engineer's contest unlikely spot for a contentious race
TARTA officials try to outpace inflation
Allegation of conflict becomes focal point of campaign for judge
Commissioner foes agree on No. 1 issue
Incumbent lawmakers try to return to Lansing
Sylvania levy would give seniors a new hangout
Environmental groups split on merits of Issue 1
Voters get to be judge of a spirited campaign
High-profile races punctuate drama of struggle for control
Ferry tax, jail replacement among voters' decisions
Campaigning gives way to work
A spirited fight for Michigan seat could be pivotal in Senate power
Ohio senator enjoys a role reversal this time
Area likely to help GOP keep a Senate majority
Spots on state election board to be decided in district votes
Turnout forecast: Better than '96, less than '92
The savvy viewers will find clues