SPECIAL EDITION -- Tuesday, April 17, 2001 -- Volume 6, No. 107

Mayor commissions community panel
Flanked by the city's business and community leaders, Mayor Charlie Luken announced the end of a four-day curfew and the beginning of a community partnership to examine the roots of the violence that exposed deep-seated racial tensions.
Report promised soon on beanbag firings at crowd
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Reds not expecting problems at ballpark
Police chief disarms critics
Previous race reports ignored
Citizens police panel feels excluded
Heimlich, Luken at odds over handling of riots
Grand jury may get case in a week
End of curfew brings relief
Store owners hope for aid from city, feds
City to tap resources of businesses
Black youths speak of change
Week of spring break taught lessons
PULFER: Why didn't we see this coming?
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Another racial divide
Citing 20 years of inequality, more than 100 black firefighters withdrew from their union.
Execution on for tonight
Bengals seat settlement in jeopardy
Report: Web privacy in doubt
Blooming plants in dangerin cold
Another save for the Heimlich technique
Taft: No more cuts in budget
Vandals block sewer lines
Cities hold off approving Fidelity access
Grand jury indicts mother of drowned kids

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Complete sports report

Daft at the draft
Bengals fans are hoping the team won't pick another dud in the first round Saturday.
Reds not expecting problems after riots
Rookie Reitsma wins NL honors
Reds-Brewers Scouting Report
Bengals ticket settlement in jeopardy
Unrest may hurt Bengals with free agents
Boxer Craig faces nonsupport charge
Indiana to host World Basketball
UK vs. Western Ky. in NABC Classic

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Complete business report

Strike leads to cuts
Comair is eliminating 200 pilot positions and taking 17 planes out of its fleet.
Analyst: This means 'war'
Tristate earnings reports
Morning Memo
Tristate Summary
What's the Buzz?

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Complete tempo report

ETC committed to its neighbors, audience
Retiree has a vision for fashion
Done with a wink, 'Vep' wins a nod
Music, singing, setting all beautiful
Pulfer's collection praises local heroes
Wisdom from the jingle laureate
Updike leads visiting literati
Tristate best sellers list
A guide to help make your day

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