SPECIAL EDITION - April 12, 2001 (Updated continuously)

City-wide curfew declared
Taft sending 75 patrolmen to help keep peace
Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken declared a state of emergency today and ordered city streets cleared by 8 p.m. He said a mandatory curfew will be in effect for all citizens from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.
How the curfew will work
Metro suspends overnight bus service
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Violence worsens, spreads
Grand jury will probe shooting
NAACP president, city leaders meet today
Citizens terrorized by violence
Some business owners, residents felt targeted
Luken offers support to damaged areas
Ministers rally, then walk the streets
Panel's view: What should the city do next?
PULFER: Refusing to give up on the city
Residents try to comprehend destruction
Violence a sign of unsolved problems
Arrests mostly of young males
Bengal Basnight wants to help stop violence
Reds urge end to violence
Parker: Problems have better solutions
Image worries downtown merchants
School activities address unrest

Thursday, April 12, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 102

Violence worsens, spreads
Mayor Charlie Luken said the city may call in the National Guard after a second night of civil disturbances worse than the first - including shots fired at police. One officer was saved when his belt buckle caught a bullet shot at him. (Go to story)
Grand jury will probe shooting
A Hamilton County grand jury will launch an investigation as early as next week into the fatal police shooting of Terry Thomas.

More coverage on city violence
NAACP president, city leaders meet today
Citizens terrorized by violence
Some business owners, residents felt targeted
Luken offers support to damaged areas
Ministers rally, then walk the streets
Panel's view: What should the city do next?
PULFER: Refusing to give up on the city
Residents try to comprehend destruction
Violence a sign of unsolved problems
Arrests mostly of young males
Bengal Basnight wants to help stop violence
Reds urge end to violence
Parker: Problems have better solutions
Image worries downtown merchants
School activities address unrest
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Kids deaths baffles experts
Every year in Hamilton County, dozens of children die from premature birth, car wrecks, gunshot wounds and many other causes.

Details bedevil Ohio school budget plan
Fire dangers again confront Miami Twp.
Ex-Butler officials could face prison
Portune puts high priority on sirens
Building restrictions likely
Mason hires overseer for center
Mason OKs contract for municipal building
Rescuer gets thanks from boy's mother
Churches unite for Easter Vigil

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A guide to help make your day

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