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to tears. a police involved shooting saturday afternoon - leads to chaos by nightfall. looked like baghdad. you goin' to war? for what from flames to charred remains.... tonight - city leaders plead for peace. last night was like anything i have ever seen in my adult life in this city. i hope i never tonight's big story - milwaukee unrest. a live look at a gathering near the bp gas station on sherman and burleigh.. it was just one of the casualties of last night's violence sparked by an officer involved shooting. we'll have more from there in a moment - but first - a break down of just some what happened last night. 4 officers were hurt. all have
arrested. they all had prior criminal records. right now - 150 police officers trained in crowd control are on duty - so are 100 milwaukee county sheriff's deputies.. there are also 125 national guard members - they're in place to help tonight if needed. the mayor says he's prepared to enact a curfew if necessary. we have team coverage of the milwaukee unrest .. let's start with theo keith downtown at the police administration building. governor to law enforcement leaders say they are preparing like there will be a second night of disturbances tonight. while hoping the preparations wont be needed. unrest overnight in milwaukee left six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles damaged or destroyed by bricks, bullets, and fire.
and a community in fear. last night was unlike anything i have seen in my adult life in this city :56 i hope i never see it again :58 after a request from milwaukee county sheriff david clarke, governor scott walker has activated 125 members of the national guard to milwaukee. our intention is that they are not coming over to be immediately on the ground or on the streets, but that they would be available at this site if a request was made :39 at separate news conferences sunday, clarke and milwaukee police chief ed flynn clarke said they each h request. i can't have the city burning down while we're out of resources and still trying to mobilize :29 this is insurance. that's all it is. this is insurance :31 mayor tom barrett tried to calm the community by justifying the police shooting that happened hours before the unrest. the officer who fatally shot 23 year old sylville smith was wearing a body camera. the video is with state investigators, but barrett says he saw a photo lifted
armed. that still photo demonstrates without question that he had a gun in his hand :00 and i want our community to know that :03 but he said it wouldn't be appropriate to make the video public sunday. again, thats up to the state doj. in a statement, attorney general brad schimel said investigators would work quickly, thoroughly an he did not say anything about when will see the video or a full airing of facts. some say they will only believe video proof, not what the police are saying. live, theo keith, fox6 news. brad thank theo dozens gathering tonight at the scene of just one of the fires set last night - the bp gas station on sherman and burleigh - that's where or madeline
to the bp that was burned down last night. a crowd of hundreds of people . earlier in the evening... the group marched together to 44th and auer to hold a vigil in the street.. near where syville smith was fatally shot by an mpd officer. syville smith was fatally shot by an mpd officer. mpd officer. peace .. they lit candles and chanted...
cries be heard.' among the group... smiths sisters. they talked of their pain and heartache... they also encouraged folks to remain peaceful tonight.. rather than resort to violence like last night. i lost my brother, i cant get him back. never. never. thats pain. i cant look him in the eye no more. at the end of the day, acting out aint gonna solve it. aint gonna solve nothing for last night over syville. we tired of it. we tired. madeline adlibs brad thanks madeline earlier today - sylville smith's
time .. and milwaukee police say the 23 year old had a lengthy arrest record. our a.j. bayatpour is live with this part of the story. tonight, weve learned that smith was a father. meanwhile smiths father says he feels somewhat responsible for what happened to his son. as the sun rises on sherman park sunday, volunteers clean up the debris from saturdays riot. among them, rochel says she recalls a martin luther king march from her childhood amid unrest in chicago. its sad to see this is still going on. as neighbors discuss the previous night, patrick smith arrives at the scene. his son, 23-year-old sylville smith, is the suspect shot dead saturday, sparking the violent outbursts. you playing a part in their fault cause you know theres a reason, dont give into their hands, dont be running out and getting guns, dont be shooting each other and wait on them to shoot yall cause thats all theyre doing. smith says he takes some responsibility for his sons death. theyre looking at their
things. i just got out of jail probably two months ago but ive been going back-and-forth in jail and they see these things so id like to apologize to my kids because this is the role model they look up to. smith joins city officials in calling for cooler heads on sunday. stay away from this area. lets calm things down. we are going to have an opportunity through the investigation to find out what happened. right now, the city is officer who shot smith, saying threats have been made against him. police say the officer has three years of experience - all with m-p-d. chief flynn confirms the officer is african-american himself. back at sherman park, moore says it feels like the late 60s all over again...with one clear need. its sad to see it again. but i understand the anger and the oppression, its just handling it. we just need leaders to show us how to handle
leaves behind a son and a daughter. court records show smith was charged last year with recklessly endangering safety and witness intimidation. however, those charges were both dropped. two years ago, he pleaded guilty to illegally carrying a concealed weapon - a misdemeanor. live at police headquarters, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. mary thank aj stick with fox six news and fox six now dot com for the latest on the unrs collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including photo galleries showing all the damage. mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling into the 70s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 60s by morning. partly sunny on monday with a high in the low-to-mid 80s,
day with a slim chance for rain in racine/kenosha monday night. mostly cloudy on tuesday with a chance for t-storms and a high in the low 80s. thunderstorm chances continue wednesday with a high in the middle 80s. expect dewpoints in the middle-to-upper 60s over the next 6 days, so we will feel that humidity in the air. tonight: clearing skies. low: 67 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 2-4 mph monday: partly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 67 wind: e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for t-storms. am low: 67 high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph tonight the aftermath of the milwaukee unrest. from yesterday's violence - to today's prayers - how the coalition for justice joined together to make a difference.. plus - an auto parts store burned to the ground.. one witness said it looked like
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break break a bmo harris bank branch on 35th and fond du lac was one of the 6 businesses - damaged in last night's civil unrest. firefighters had to break a window on the second floor of the bank to gain entrance to fight the fire that was started. bmo harris bank executives are assessing the damage and are trying to determine when the branch can be reopened.
crews had to return to the scene of another fire that was set overnight. the fire at the jet beauty supply store appeared to have reignited this morning. firefighters were seen putting out hot spots near 35th and burleigh. the department of public works was also called in to board up the building. o'reilly auto parts was also set on fire overnight near that same intersection at 35th and burleigh. fox6's angelica duria shows you the damage left behind - and the volunteers working to clean it up. i wa it was just too crazy. so i thought i'd get up early in the morning and get a smack of this with cell phones in hand - those who live near the o'reilly auto parts store near 35th and burleigh couldn't believe what they were waking up to. crazy. it's crazy. that's it for what reason all of this is going on ? you know, you get speechless and your heart breaks this is just one of several businesses set on fire overnight. by morning - the roof had collapsed. everything inside - charred. the building a total loss. i seen all these kids with masks over their face. uhhh looked like baghdad. you're going to war? for
debris left behind, including pastor j. cunningham - on his way to church. this is not how you express anger. there's a healthy way to express and this isn't it the younger people just getting tired of their perspective. a lot of poverty going on, 53206, we know the area code there were mixed emotions outside - some praying. others just unrest that caused all this destruction - needs to end. it's like a chain. it's going to go on and on this is not a demonstration, this is chaos in milwaukee - angelica duria - fox 6 news. hundreds gathered at sherman park today for a peace rally organized by the coalition for justice julie collins has the story of how these community members are looking to restore peace among their neighborhood. calm returned to milwaukees
for healing were heard all were welcomed to join the coalition 4 justice in their peace rally - mel spears was on her way to church when she took a detour and pray here. 'i felt like my help was really needed in this city because the people at church are aware and this is where we need to be, this is outreach right here.' each participant grabbed a bag and gloves and began to walk - dozens flooded burleigh street picking up the trash - showing the city what it neighborhood. 13:01:42 'we need to continue to love and inspire people with an atmosphere that changes the way they look at things.' this after the city saw devastation and destruction along its northside. after an officer involved shooting outrage began and ended with the burning of several properties. 'that was devastating and you know, this is not the way to go.' demond brister; volunteer cleaning up the city demond brister watched it unfold like many others via social media.
restore it and build it back up, building up community.' demond brister; volunteer cleaning up the city so hes joing the others in praying for peace and showing his 6 year old son what it means to restore peace. 'i say that its imperative for me to bring him so i can show him this is how we build community. you dont go and take an opportunity to tear it down because were angry, you have to do something better.' demond brister; volunteer cleaning up the city 'the coalition 4 justice says they will continue to prayer circles and cleaning up their city as long as it needs it. reporting near sherman and burleigh, julie collins. fox 6 news.' the streets last night city officials called for calm and asked pastors to step up and get more involved. fox 6s derica williams shows you how the church community answered the call to action. nats coming together in christ's name... nats in the area where an unruly crowd congregated near sherman and burleigh saturday night.
milwaukee streets after an officer- involved shooting. most of them were acting out of anger and anguish and anxiety from their community life and experiences outreach pastor darnell robinson went to the chaotic scene saturday night. seen a lot of the kids i knew at 4, 5, and 6 years old involved in a good way in a bad way. he along with members from several c returned to the area sunday. there is a high call on us, there is a high responsibility and we need to respond and we need to be there the group gathered at washington park high school to trek to the troubled area. even the walk toward sherman and burleigh had its own unifying purpose. church members were asked to meet up with people along the way, share, and listen to life experiences. we dont lead with religious talk we lead with love and we lead with listening and we lead with compassion as you build a relationship the multicultural
together. i hope there can be understanding particularly by christians in the suburbs that they really have advantages that allow them to be there but at the foot of the cross we are all exactly the same no sin is greater than any other sin adjacent to the devastation, folks gather holding hands, praying for peace and guidance. nats looking to make change in this neighborhoods fabric. now we have to have a long term ongoing plan as to who is going be here and to can do to change the community in milwaukee derica williams, f6n. along with support for neighbors - several people joining to support the officers. it's called "blue day." and it had actually been planned for some time.. how the event took on special meaning.. plus - a warning for drivers. the law is about to change - what you will not longer be able
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community has experienced a lot. we have been challenged in a way we have not been challenged in years." milwaukee mayor tom barrett speaking out on the unrest in milwaukee - saying he and others have never seen anything like it in their lifetimes.. the violence erupted after a fatal officer-involved shooting of an
the public also reacting - taking to twitter... turquoise writes - i will never understand why we choose to riot instead of boycott, if you wanna get a message out, abstain from buying their goods. bryan writes - when will people realize that setting things on fire and destroying property will not help out your cause? come on, #milwaukee. do better. and matthew writes - i am heartbroken and disappointed for my city. i am also hopeful for my city, that this will open up discussion if you'd like to join the discussion just like fox6 on facebook and post a comment. mostly clear tonight with temperatures falling into the 70s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 60s by
high in the low-to-mid 80s, coolest by the lake. clouds will increase late in the day with a slim chance for rain in racine/kenosha monday night. mostly cloudy on tuesday with a chance for t-storms and a high in the low 80s. thunderstorm chances continue wednesday with a high in the middle 80s. expect dewpoints in the middle-to-upper 60s over the next 6 days, so we will feel that humidity in the air. tonight: clearing skies. low: 67 dewpoint: 64 wind: w 2-4 mph monday: partly sunny wind: e 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for t-storms. am low: 67 high: 81 dewpoint: 68 wind: ese 5-10 mph it's been scheduled for weeks but it comes at just the right time. during the difficult weekend-- how local leaders and neighbors
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of these businesses means the loss of dozens and dozens of jobs in that community. 17:49 as well as amenities that many of us take for granted in a livable neighborhood. 17:55 the aftermath of unrest - stretching much further into the community.. 6 sherman park neighborhood businesses damaged or destroyed - and people who rely on them .. now having to go elsewhere. glendale had a different tone in light of saturdays officer involved shooting... and the violence that followed. the police union president says his officers care about this community-- and don't take use of force lightly. fox6s jonathon gregg has that story tonight. "sundays rally in support for police included comments from the governor, milwaukee police association president mike crivello and several alderman." the event has been on
time..' a 'blue day' 'that this city needs to come together and show support for police and show support for law and order is now.' but the gathering in glendale. 'the actions last night had a violent prolouge are not at all reflective of the overwhelming majority, the silent majority of milwaukeans who care deeply about law and order.' the overnight destruction 'to make sure something like what happened last night doesnt happened again.' of an otherwise casual outdoor event at a glendale beer garden. each gunshot and thrown brick, landing like an explanation point, anchoring the cries of support for law enforcement. 'we are fortunate that we have such professional officers. they truly do care. they are going to go into the worst neighborhoods we have in this city and they are going to do the best job that they possibly can.' milwaukee police association
situation. 'let me highlight the fact that anytime an officer utilizing use of force, he is forced to do so by the perpetrator. ' sunday served as thank you to police.. 'this rally has been in the works for quite some time.' and to those who have their backs, 'and who wholeheartedly support their police officers.. a message appreciated, in even the most difficult circumstances. jonathon gregg fox6 news latest on the unrest in our city. you'll find a collection of our coverage on the links page at fox six now dot com -- including photo galleries of the damage. after beating the reds today, the brewers have a border battle with the cubs, starting tuesday afternoon at wrigley field. but you might say that the two teams are on the same side ... for a battle that's bigger than baseball. tom pipines goes
dude he definitely has a good heart. 12:51 did then brewers catcher jonathan lucroy say that about a cubs player?? 12:51 he really wants to help people through his personal experiences. i think that's an honorable thing for sure. 12:54 before the trade to texas, luc was talking about cubs 1st baseman anthony rizzo. last month, the 2 all stars were on the same side....at a news conference for a cause that goes beyond baseball. "cancer knows no borders"..a fund raising campaign benefiting cancer research and related charities in wisconsin and illinois. the cubs slugger has a powerful testimony. "when i was 18 i was diagnosed with cancer and it was insane to me because i just got drafted out of high school, all my friends were going to college. i was on top of the world playing professional baseball and then you get hit with a disease i knew nothing about. it was a shock to me and my family and thankfully where i was at at the time, the doctors explained it really well and i had real good
a terrible disease. i've visited the children's hospital here in wisconsin several times. i've seen the victms of cancer in children and that's the worst." the anthony rizzo family foundation has raised.close to 700 thousand dollars to help other famlies battling cancer. he hopes people will step to the plate to help fight the dreaded disease. " we try to help indivi because when i was going through the battle i saw my mom and dad and brother and they kind of looked worst than i did and i was sick so just how worried they were. i'm sure people know someone who had been affected and how much you worry about that person that you love so much." "riz, john lester, there's a lot of people in baseball that have had it or know somebody who's
it. i very happy to be a part of this and lend my support to it". in wisconsin, dollars are raised for the aurora health care foundation. cristy garcia-thomas works there... she knows the value of supporting the cause first hand. 8:05 seven years ago my husband was diagnosed with cancer. and i'm proud to say that he's cancer free thanks to the great available care at aurora healthcare. 8:14 with jonathan lucroy playing for the rangers, chris carter has stepped to the plate to team with anthony rizzo. the brewers power hitter has also been personally disease. 16:59:00 when i was 13, my grandmother was diagnosed with a brain tumor and she passed away from it; so 16:59:06 i try to do what i can to help out. and be a role model for people. chris carter, jonathan lucroy...anthony rizzo. all three wear different uniforms on the diamond. but they're teammates for a greater cause off it. tp;
the cause...just head to our website -- fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app -- and click "links." a big change starting tomorrow.. and it will affect thousands of drivers. the new closure in the zoo interchange and how to make sure you don't get caught in it.. plus - a new rule of the road - what you can no longer do in a construction zone .. and the hefty fine if you get caught. 80s continue in the forecast as thunderstorm chances increase during the week. i'll have your fox6 forecast coming up.
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gorden - 'no, uh hm, it wont stop us.' the cause is too great. 'were out here, were doing it.' shes the founder of victims of milwaukee violence burial fund - a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the financial needs of families impacted by violence. this is the groups second year hosting the 3k walk for victims this year - organizers say sadly thats because violence plaques our city. 'the crime has to end. the violence has to end.' david rehfeld and his family came to todays event supporting their church families who have lost loved ones to gun violence. 'this is an organization that helps on the
violence than organizations like this wouldnt need to exist but realizing theres a huge need.' with each step comes healing for wanda webb- whose son, lajuan lipsey, was fatally shot last year near 24th and melvina. 'its been very difficult, i mean...' the pain of her loose is still so great, today. 'actually this is the first event that ive even go to since my son, its very hard to even get myself up to want to participate.' she came with her grandson and met others who share her same story. 'that really makes me feel good, it gives me, it just helps me out to be with somebody who feels and shares the same pain that i have.' together they will get through it - 'victims of milwaukee bual fund says theiran milwaukee, julie collins. fox 6 ws.'lwaue, julie collins. fox 6 w'suspect was arrestei death.e pretrial is scheduled f xt month. to learn more about t organization or to donate-- log on to fox 6 now dot com. after a soggy friday-- we dried out this weekend. when do thunderstorms return? weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. and a heads up for drivers -- tomorrow's a big day in the zoo interchange - we'll tell you what to look out for.. and put down the phone and drive - the new law about to take effect in work zone.. details straight
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year of fun as the gates swing shut tonight at 10. this year-- fox 6's angelica duria served as a judge on the fourth annual "golden spork awards." she got to judge along side the likes of superbowl champion leroy butler-- as well as happy days stars donny most and anson williams. starting in october, wisconsin drivers had better put down that cell phone--or risk facing a fine. fox6's rachelle baillon has more on the upcoming changes. bloom in wisconsin right now. drivers already know to drop the speed in work zones....pretty soon, you'll need to drop your cell phone too. "there were just a tremendous number of accidents as a result of people who ended up basically texting and driving or talking and driving." state representative frederick kessler sponsored legislation that will soon go into effect: starting
texting, navigating--or pretty much anything else--on a cell phone while they're in a construction work area. "you're placing yourself in great danger and you're placing workers and other drivers in substantial danger." you can use the phone to report an emergency. hands-free phone use is also allowed. to get drivers moving in the right direction, expect to be subtly reminded of the new rule during the next several weeks. "we reall it into people's minds give them that little grace period so come october 1st they're not all scrambling and going oh no i need to start with this new driving habit." the state's electronic message boards will include periodic reminders of the upcoming change during the next several weeks. they're hoping the effort will help the state's tourists know what to do when they're here too. "their laws may be different from what we have here so we really want to target those drivers as well and you know make sure that they're aware that you know we want to keep them safe but also our workers here safe as well." "failure to follow the
forty dollars for your first offense. reporting in the newsroom, rachelle baillon fox6 news." good news for drivers - the zoo interchange project is still on-schedule. and to stay on schedule-- there's going to be another significant ramp closure soon. justin williams shares more details for drivers. while it may sound small, this is one of the lightest volume ramps, in the interchange. the coming closure of this zoo interchange system ramp is a big deal. that's 7,000 people, a day, that are going to have to get to that, in a moment. first, wisconsin department of transportation spokesman ryan luck, delivers the details. on monday, august 15th, we're gonna be closing eastbound 94, to northbound 41, long-term, until spring of 2017. then, the southeast freeways construction chief describes the detours. highway 100, northbound is the closest to the interchange -- that's probably the primary route. you head north, up to bluemound, and rejoin, at the watertown plank interchange. also, highway 164, west of the zoo, is also a good,
take 164, to capitol, and come in, north, on 41. drivers are not alone, in being made aware, as the d-o-t has notified the neighbors -- including the milwaukee regional medical complex, which, in turn, posts information on its website. all of the people that are very connected to the zoo interchange are aware of this long-term closure. /ryan says you can expect your alternate route to add 5-to-10 minutes to your trip, so, he suggests, you plan, accordingly. if you want more info closure, you can log onto fox-six-now-dot- com, and search the 'links' page. for now, this is the latest. i'm justin williams, fox 6 news. check the weekly construction forecast for the zoo interchange before - we have a links on our website, fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. in new york... a man has died and four others are recovering after being struck by lightning in a park in
they were either sitting or standing near a bench . a 50-year-old man died of his injuries early saturday morning. a cell phone exploded in the pocket of one of the victims. another suffered a cardiac arrest. one local doctor says it is extremely rare to see lightning strike victims get brought into emergency rooms. this video shows a last-minute rescue during the flooding in louisiana. rescuers came across a woman who was stuck a sinking saturday. they tried to break a car window, but they couldn't. so one of the rescuers jumped into the water and pulled her out, just before her car went under. but she then said - her dog was still in the car. that's when the rescuer in the water took one more dive and came back with the dog. both the woman and her dog appeared to be okay. in and out of jail almost his entire life. u.s. marshals say it's time this
fox6's jonathon gregg profiles a very dangerous man in this week's wisconsin's most wanted. he's been a milwaukee institution for more than thirty years.. "his entire life he's been in and out of prison." but for all the wrong reasons.. "most of them have been recklessly endangering safety, armed robbery, felon in possessions. he has been relation to homicides." this is the mug shot of 49-year-old willie hannah, u.s. marshals say, as far as bad-guys go. hannah has "done it all." "he was threatening the man telling him he was going to put him in the ground, he was going to put him in a grave." back in 2004 hannah wanted to collect a debt but when the money didn't show he aimed to take something
fight. willie went back to his car and got a gun and started shooting at him." hannah was sentenced for 9 years on multiple felony counts but since getting out.. "he's not a safe man to be out on the streets." the veteran offender is under investigation yet again. "he's obviously been around firearms. he's been around shootings. he's definitely been questioned about other shootings." after a criminal career of three- decades marshals say it's high time hannah retires but first they've got to bring him in. "he has family and friends in beloit and also up here in milwaukee" hannah's body of work includes being a life long felon, he's also a convicted sex offender. "1985 that's when he started serving hard-time" and willie hannah is curr the only thing he knows. "since paroled in milwaukee he's been doing the same kind of behavior that got him into custody a long time ago." jonathon gregg fox6 news. willie hannah is 49-years old. he'll be turning 50 soon. he stands six-foot and goes 260 pounds. hannah has a tattoo of a six-pointed star common with members of the "gangster disciples. hannah is wanted for breaking the rules of probation. he is a felon and convicted sex offender. if you have any information you can contact
10pm open now at 10-- it's been a dark 24 hours for milwaukee. night of violence and unrest-- this is not a demonstration, this is chaos city leaders are hoping for peace-- but preparing for more destruction. "if you love your son, you love your daughter, you love your grandchild. tell them to stay away from this area." that is our big story-- will there be another night of chaos? this is a live look from police
fe b burleigh where last night's protests were centered. you can see it's quieter tonight-- but the doors are still boarded up and there are officers on patrol. but police are still prepared for anything. the national guard is on standby after an officer involved shooting involving a black cop and a black suspect on we have team coverage across the city tonight-- madeline anderson spoke with the suspect's family. they're calling for peace. but let's begin with theo keith-- he has more on the response to last night's unrest. milwaukee's mayor and police chief say the man fatally shot by an officer yesterday had a gun in his hand. they made that public - in hopes of preventing a second night of disorder. the unrest overnight left six north side businesses burned. eight police vehicles damaged or destroyed by bricks, bullets or fire. a 16 year old girl is recovering after a stray bullet hit her.