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Police cars burn in downtown Grand Rapids following a May 30 protest over national police brutality issues.

GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids city leaders held a press conference Sunday afternoon recapping the events from Saturday night and their plan to keep the city safe in coming days.

Mayor Rosalynn Bliss announced that she is declaring a proclamation of civil emergency, which includes a nighttime curfew from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. for the next two nights. Members of the community will not be allowed to walk, run, stand, or motor on any alley, street, highway, public property or vacant premise within the city of Grand Rapids.

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