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SPECIAL EDITION - Apr. 15, 2001 (Updated continuously)

City hopes healing begins
City council has scheduled a special meeting for citizens to speak out. The curfew, rolled back to 11 p.m. Sunday night, could be lifted today.
Teacher hospitalized after beanbag shooting
Tonight's curfew pushed back to 11 p.m.
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Fallen officers forgotten, widow says
Feds study police practices
Hot dog vendor pays back hero with relish
HOWARD: Unrest rekindles memory
King calls for inclusion, end to profiling
Mount Adams patrons defied curfew
Mourners hear call for new Cincinnati
Protester Lynch becomes Peacemaker Lynch
Sense of need sends many to service
Shooting set off tinderbox of old troubles
Stories of 15 black men killed by police since 1995
Related WCPO-TV Video Watch WCPO Channel 9 video footage from the ongoing events.

LOCAL NEWS
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His greatest sermon
Every so often a man comes along who brings hope and life, whose faith changes a community. Father James Willig is one such man.

Mold gains notice as growing health hazard
Trails planned near old farm
Newborn drop-offs considered
Former air-quality official sentenced
Gift has kept on giving
Graham crusade is eagerly awaited
Mountain towns shedding people

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SPORTS
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Reds 1, Mets 0
The Reds set a record by scoring a run, but rookie Chris Reitsma's ability to prevent runs was a more striking achievement.

Larkin out several days
Brower's call-up looks like a temp job
Five Questions with Pokey Reese
Best and worst of week in sports
NFL teams have wish lists ready for draft
Craig, Williams get run on ESPN2
Cyclones announce playoff schedule
Mighty Ducks 4, Norfolk 3

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BUSINESS
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Delta family has grown dysfunctional
Airline unions stand strong
Comair's jets idled, workers not
Mystery shoppers focus on service
He's Mr. Public Relations

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TEMPO
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At Contemporay Arts Center
Celebrate the egg
Food Network calls on local cook
Ales reflect delicious tradition
Catching up
Fully invested in FoodBank

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