SPECIAL EDITION - 4/13/01 (Updated continuously)

City braces for curfew
Bush administration gets involved
Even as Cincinnati breathed easier Friday, the city's police braced for a second night of the citywide curfew, hoping the respite would not be short-lived.
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City safety director resigns   • Diverse faiths join in prayer
People arrested for curfew appear in court
Fatal shot fired by police through side window
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Good Friday services disrupted
Curfew stills the streets
NAACP leader calls for justice
Petty traffic citations built up to fatal confrontation
Police 'fed up,' union chief says
Quiet streets best remedy for tired cops
Injured officer returns to job
Curfew shuts down nightlife
Most grudgingly accept curfew
Curfew brings sounds of silence
Mayor's decision draws criticism
Sports disrupted by curfew
Curfew doesn't affect Reds yet
Griffey 'understands' rioters' frustrations
Over-the-Rhine residents express dismay
Hardest hit areas (288k)
Timeline (320k)
Suburban reaction more disgust than alarm
Dangers add new fears for children
Merchants focus on reopening
Big businesses offer aid, jobs
RADEL: Teaching peace is essential
Religious leaders call for listening, change
Bush offers to help
Federal officials here over unrest
National media turns spotlight on Cincinnati
New hot line to report crime
Police move with the crowds
Prosecutor vows to get tough with rioters
Special grand jury to hear case
Thomas service moved to handle larger crowd

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GOP defends school plan
Republican leaders staunchly defended their new $1.4 billion school-funding plan, saying it would bring fairness to the system.

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Reds 11, Pirates 6
Griffey 'understands' rioters' frustrations
Curfew doesn't affect Reds yet
Stuff, Cyclones, Ducks change schedules
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