CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland City Council is considering an earlier curfew for 13- and 14-year-olds.
The curfew would be moved up from eleven p-m to 9:30 p-m under a proposal council is scheduled to consider tonight.
Parents whose children violate curfew would face penalties ranging from community service to 30 days in jail and a 250-dollar fine.
Councilman Kevin Conwell says he's hearing more complaints from residents about unruly kids in Cleveland's neighborhoods. His Public Safety Committee also is planning to discuss parental
responsibility laws and will solicit input from residents.