This story was originally posted on April 13, 2001: For the first time in a few days, Cincinnati is waking up after a relatively peaceful night.
A state of emergency and curfew were declared Thursday morning by Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken.
The curfew, which runs from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly until further notice, kept most protesters out of the streets Thursday night.
The curfew applies to everyone in all 48 Cincinnati neighborhoods, including Hyde Park, Price Hill and Clifton.
The communities of Norwood, Cheviot, Elmwood Place, Green Township, Golf Manor and St. Bernard are also enforcing similiar curfews indefinitely.
However, the curfew didn't keep everyone off the streets overnight.
Police told 9News they made 95 arrests for curfew violations.
Vandals did hit a business overnight in Kennedy Heights.
Fire broke out at the Redwood Carry Out Store on Woodford.
The fire did quite a bit of damage to the store.
Tri-State curfews on April 13, 2001
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