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>> i'm a lawyer. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content another night o total of 14 arrests." police facing rioters. "picking up rocks from my yard throwing them at the police." the 'they want their neighborhood back.' now -- the city's response -- how to ease the anger, and recover from the damage. our big story at four, more unrest in milwaukee. and now a plan for action tonight. first-- the milwaukee county sheriff will close sherman park at 6 p-m tonight. and the mayor says the city's 10-o-clock curfew for teens will be more strictly enforced. fox6's myra sanchick
the milwaukee county sheriff's office ?says the park here will close in an hour.. and open tomorrow at 6 a-m. this schedule will be in place until further notice. earlier today, the chief and mayor said they are working with members of the faith based community, to hit the streets to urge calm. pastors met with small groups and individuals to calm the storm of violence that's been going on all weekend. that, t evening. the chief commended law enforcement on the scene for using restraint in a very tough situation. "last night we had over thirty shot spotter activations , gun fire remained a problem last night, gun fire in the vicinity of officers that were trying to restrain what disorder could occur.desopite that, none of our officers returned fire . that would have been reckless because we couldn't tell where it was
control over the streets." chief flynn says last night there were 14 arrests, 11 adult men, three adult women--all for disorderly conduct. all are from milwaukee. three squads were damage, rocks and bricks thrown. the larger vehicle, a bear cat was hit by two bullets, a car was set on fire, there on a store, and an 18 year old was hit in the neck by some of the shots fired. he's being treated for injuries. seven officers injured last night. four milwaukee county sheriff's deputies injured by flying rocks and bricks. officers suffered glass fragments to their eyes when bricks went through windshields. an officer was hit on the foot with a brick. in addition one officer's riot gear helmet was grazed
tonight the mayor says he'll be enforcing the ten p-m curfew for teenagers and he'll be talking to the city attorney about other possible plans. live in milwaukee myra sanchick fox6 news brad thanks myra. after the unrest the past two nights, many businesses in the sherman park neighborhood became targets. fox 6's bret lemoine joins us from the was damaged. bret? many people were returning to work today in the sherman park neighborhood including the owners of the three brother's grocery and tobacco store. they said they closed early last night as the crowd was gathering across the street at the b-p gas station. this morning more damage to their store front -- several windows busted out and broken from bricks and rocks that were thrown at the building. store owners say they are thankful for their loyal customers... who stepped
that theres still people that loves you and shows love to the business." the store has several surveillance cameras, however, the store owner says there is a glitch in the system. they are working to recover all the footage so they can share it with the police. he added he has no plan to leave the neighborhood because he has many loyal customers - but its something hell consider if the unrest doesn't stop. reporting in the newsroom, bret lemoine, fox 6 news. steph thanks bret. this is video from inside the metro p-c-s store at 35th and fond du lac. looters made their way to the business after the fire at the b-p gas station. in total, six businesses were burned from saturday night into sunday morning. wisconsin congresswoman gwen moore says she thanks the effort from members of the faith community in helping law
faith leaders and the elected officials who were out on the street to assist the police in bringing some order to our community." donald trump will make several stops in wisconsin tomorrow, he has a fundraiser planned in milwaukee. his opponent, hillary clinton talked about milwaukee at a campaign event in pennsylvania today. "look at what is happening in milwaukee right now. we've got urgent work to do to rebuild trust and get back to the fundamental principle. everyone should have respect for the law and be respected by the law." the sherman park neighborhood has been the main focal point for the mischief, violence and mayhem that took place this weekend. but today, fox six's derica williams spoke with people who live there and say what's been happening is not representative of everyone who lives
vehicles lies a series of manicured homes. sherman park is one of the best areas in milwaukee to live ." cecil brewer is one of the residents along the corridor rocked by riots this past weekend. its just a shame these kids are acting a fool." the destruction has brewer feeling frustrated. "i understand the protesting and the disgust they have not having a voice, i understand all of that but they are going about it the wrong way " neighbors here are angry about the and also the perception and treatment of an area they call home. "people want to have a great life here." "care about their lives and property. we are at peace ." at peace and at one with each other. this area near sherman and burleigh seems to house neighbors who are caring. nats brewer says he and his neighbors like kristofer koneazny are close knit. "i know everybody along this
other " and also the community...koneazn y made sure to connect with those passing by during the aftermath. "my wife and kids and i came and sat on the porch as they walked by , met neighbors we didn't know did positive things together, cleaned up. " "many residents say they are ready to get back to positive atmosphere to get back to the positive vibe that once had which was built on community unification. in milwuakee, derica williams, fox 6 we heard from police chief ed flynn earlier. he and mayor tom barrett had a lot to say at a news conference today. we posted everything -- including questions and answers -- on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. the story is near the top of our home page. to weather now... some hometowns could see some rain tonight with a system moving into our area. weather expert tom wachs is following it for
a storm system will move just to our east tonight, but it could give far se wi a few showers this evening into the overnight. temperatures will fall through the 70s. becoming partly sunny on tuesday with a chance for a few t-storms...mainly at night. highs in the low-to-mid 80s and dewpoints in the upper 60s. thunderstorm chances continue on wednesday with highs in the middle 80s. for t- storms friday night and saturday. a big cool down is possible late in the weekend. tonight: cloudy with a chance for a few showers. low: 69 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms, mainly at night. high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms.
keep the fox6 storm center app handy when there's rain in the forecast. it's free for apple and android devices. you'll have instant access to interactive radar and fox6 weather forecast. thousands of people in southern louisiana are in shelters today after intense flooding there. at least six people have been killed and there's no telling how many are still stranded in their homes. fox's
days of rain, dropping almost two feet of water on southern louisiana this weekend... forcing at least ten thousand people from their homes. hotels and shelters are quickly filling up, with officials saying the worst may not be over yet. at least six people have been killed so far and louisiana's governor is warning residents not to take any chances. edwards says: "we are very thankful for the people out there who are heading the warnings that they are being given to evacuate w but also to not get out and sight see." the good news - the rain held off monday morning... on the heels of at least 20 thousand rescues... those efforts - continuing today with boats, helicopters, and high-water vehicles. bush says: "as the waters continue to rise we're having to evacuate people to safety, last night this included nursing homes. we evacuated two nursing homes." president obama has declared a major disaster in louisiana as the area gears up for more rain...
coming together to help the community recover from the weekend - and preparing for more possible flooding later this week. norris says: "you see a lot of people out here who are pretty desperate and it feels good to be able to help." mos says: "i just get a little emotional but just how nice everyone is. you start feeling like people are watching out for each other so it's good." on-cam tag in some areas the waters have started to recede but they're still well above flood stage... with more rain in the forecast. in baton rouge, will carr, fox news preparing for more rain on the way. it's creating dangerous situations across the state. coming up, an amazing water rescue caught on camera. why the man jumped in the water to save a stranger. and still ahead, teaming up against cancer. two rivals on the diamond coming together for
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as we brought you earlier, flooding is wreaking havoc in louisiana. at least six people are dead, but there is amazing video of a rescue from over the weekend. this video shows a last-minute rescue during the flooding. rescuers came across a woman who was stuck a sinking car in baton rouge 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, but she then told the rescuer that her dog was still in the vehicle. other emergency responders said it's probably too late for the animal. however, the rescuer in the water took one more dive and came back with the dog. "as i busted open the back, the first instinct was to get a hold of her and pull her out. and, couldn't do it from the boat, so i just jumped in. i had to do what i had to do."
video game enthusiasts in utah have a new way to reach back into their past. there's a new oasis for all things vintage gaming north of salt lake city. video game lover, james anderson created flynn's retrocade. the vintage arcade allows people to play classic video games for five dollars an hour, or ten dolla play. anderson started collecting and restoring the games he grew up with, but wanted to provide a blast from the past for others to enjoy too. "we're taking a soda bar here, we're combining it with classic arcade games." anderson says he's hopeful that atari founder and native to the salt lake city area, nolan bushell, will pay the vintage arcade a visit in
after beating the reds yesterday, the brewers have a border battle with the cubs, starting tomorrow 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 beyond the game. 12:46 really cool; he's a good dude he definiel 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. they teamed up to support
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 doctors. they got me through it." "cancer survivors, cancers 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 ste help fight the dreaded disease. " we try to help individuals families going through it 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 had it. so it's easy for me to relate to it. i very happy to be a part of this and lend my support to
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 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 touched by the disease. 16:59:00 when i was 13, my
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; fss if you'd like to know more about the cause...just head to our website -- fox six news mobile app -- and click "links." milwaukee police are being tested, trying to deal with the violence that broke out over the weekend. they're getting a little more help. coming up, we'll introduce you to the newest class that's taking the oath to protect and serve. here's a live look outside at water street in downtown milwaukee. ad lib what you see weather expert tom wachs is up next
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? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. a storm system will move just to our east tonight, but it could give far se wi a few showers this evening into the overnight. temperatures will fall through the 70s. becoming partly sunny on tuesday with a chance for a few t-storms...mainly at night.
thunderstorm chances continue on wednesday with highs in the middle 80s. quiet on thursday with a chance for t- storms friday night and saturday. a big cool down is possible late in the weekend. tonight: cloudy with a chance for a few showers. low: 69 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms, mainly at night. high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 69 high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph bank robbers will want a gun fight and i can dodge my retirement in a blaze of glory. i've seen you
two men resort to robbing banks to save their family's farm -- but standing in their way is a texas ranger who is about to hang up his hat for good. gino sat down with the stars of "hell or high water" in the hot austin sun. ad lib to bite "how did this rapport work was it established right away did it work well this timing that the two of you have in this film. i think we connected right off the top at least i did. yeah oh yeah absolutely. we got together a couple of weeks before the shooting date and we hung out together and got to share our spiritual and philosophical views of the world. and then we
to get to know each other, non verbally you're just playing you know." and their bond needed to be strong since they're playing officers who've ad lib to bite "was there any ad-libbing? were you allowed to just kind of improv during all that time together. we're laughing because i think we both probably both of us it was the longest improv i've ever done. it must have went on for two or three hours we were just instructed to drive our car and just jam and talk you know there are little bits in the movie but i think it formed our characters. it was a
after a weekend of turmoil in the milwaukee, the ranks of the police department are growing. the mpd swore in 45 new recruits this morning. fox6s carl deffenbaugh has more from the ceremony and the families. to serve and protect. a simple pledge that asks so much of those who make it. with friends and family there for support, 45 new recruits swore that oath this morning in a ceremony at the police and fire academy. 'with everything thats going on with milwaukee right now, for her to still want to step in this position and take on that role as a police officer, im so proud of her.' the fact that
two nights of turmoil was not lost on anyone, from the mayor 'this is not a job for the faint-hearted.' to the director of training at the academy. 'the fact that they showed up despite the things that have happened in our city shows that they already are the example of courage.' 'one of the new recruits, aaron nelson, served as a marine in iraq for 15 months. but after this weekends unrest, his parents say they are just as concerned now as they were when he was first deployed overseas.' 'i think its about the same going on in society now. its a big step, big responsibility.' for the families, there may be nerves and concern. but there is also a clear message for the newest members of milwaukee police department. 'im so proud of you son, walk tall.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. the violence in our city has several community groups looking for new solutions. one group -- "wisconsin jobs now" says even
centered around sherman park -- the feelings are mirrored across the city. in light of all of this -- w-j-n started a radio show called "regulators" to open the airways for community members to voice their opinions. show hosts and creators hope the show will become a multimedia platform for people to discuss the recent events and help to work toward solutions. today -- a roundtable discussion served as a jumping off point for their mission. "this is a open space for our community to come together and talk about the issues that effect us. for us to have constructive dialogue and to really really ev are and to communicate as a community." "not all of our youth are rioting or not all of our youth are making the worst decisions inside of our lives." the show streams live on the grou's facebook page monday, wednesday and fridays from nine a-m to noon. w-j-n hopes to use the show to partner individuals with organization to
you can view our complete coverage of the milwaukee unrest when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. look for the link atop our home page. we've seen a lot of devastating violence in our own city the last few days -- but minneapolis had its own share over the weekend. police say five people were shot over the weekend... while another was shot and killed friday. similar to milwaukee -- community members are expressing concern in the wake of the shootings. one group gathered sunday to call for an end to gun violence. a local pastor says she lost her son to murder and is calling for a stop to the "we are here today because we are grief- stricken and we are sick and we are tired of the senseless murders." pastor harding also talked about the importance of witnesses to crimes coming forward with information. police say three men and two women were shot early sunday morning-- all of the victims are expected to recover. but officers are still looking
a 28-year-old man was injured in a shooting near 30th and lisbon around midday today. police say they don't know what let up to the shooting. the man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. a janesville man dies after his ultralight plane crashed in jefferson county. 63-year-old ronald norton died this morning from his injuries from the crash. according to the jefferson county sheriff's office, his aircraft crashed on county highway "k" south of the fort atkinson municipal airport. after taking off from the a problems, and tried to put it down in a field. the ultralight crashed and started on fire. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. bret lemoine joins us now from the news room with some stories coming up on fox six news at five. many continue to weigh in on the shooting death of sylville smith. now his family is speaking out again. at five, his sister
officer who shot him. also at five, rising above the violence. coming up, how a local organization, located near this weekend's unrest, is continuing to help kids in that community. we'll have those stories and more for you in about 20 minutes on fox six news at five. brad thanks bret. he was just 16-years-old when he confessed to murder but now that brendan dassey's conviction has been overturned - what does it mean for officers who have to interrogate children? our katrina cravy spoke to dassey's attory last week's ruling could have a ripple effect for cases nationwide. if you watched netflix's making a murderer - you went inside the interrogation room to see how 16-year- old brendan dassey was questioned. "detective; it's ok what did he make you do? dassey; cut her. detective: cut her where? dassey: on the throat." a federal judge recently overturned his conviction - saying that " the investigators repeatedly claimed to already know what happened on october 31 and assured dassey that he had nothing to worry about." plus "no supportive adult" was with him. dassey's attorney - laura
interview what hearing this decision was like. "the first emotion was emotion was gratitude and joy and relief. i had tears in my eyes this was a just result that is long overdue" "brendan was in shock, grateful and i think still trying to process exactly what's happening." dassey's mental limitation was part of the case and nirider says often young people don't understand the questioning and the consequences of their answers. "janda; did you do this? brenden: not really? janda: what do you mean not really? nirider is also the co-director of the center on wrongful conviction of u - a group who wants to help investigators too. "has worked with the international association of chiefs of police to publish the only interrogation protocol on how to question kids in the interrogation room to avoid a false confession." but training officers takes time - much like the decision to release dassey after but training officers takes time - much like the decision to release dassey after ten years in prison. his attorney says the wheels of justice grind slowly but they do grind.
we've been tracking the dassey and avery cases for months. check them all out when you search "avery archives" on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. a lot of us are guilty of turning to popsicles or ice cream in hot weather. well, it turns out we're not the only ones. these bears, lemurs and elephants are only a few of the animals who were treated to ice-cold treats in scorching all in a zoo in rome -- and as hot-dry weather hits southern europe, zoo curators say the treats help keep the animals cool and occupied. the fruity treats were all strictly selected and monitored by zoo nutritionists. it's a time of the year that many wisconsinites enjoy more than it's a time of the year that many wisconsinites enjoy more than christmas.
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a fresh coat of paint on your house can make a big difference, but you want it to last. consumer reports tested several brands. in tonight's contact 6 report, jenna sachs has look at which ones last the longest. over looks great. but will it hold up over time? exterior paints need to do a lot more than just look pretty, says consumer reports rico de paz. "you want an exterior paint that stands up to the elements—the sun, the rain, the snow—and also that it resists dirt and mildew." thats why consumer reports designed some pretty tough tests. theyre left up on the roof. conditions are so harsh that one year
the boards are inspected periodically to see how well they resisted cracking, fading, dirt, and mildew. heres a top-performing paint. "even after three years of exposure up on our roof, it still has no cracks. theres a little dirt and mildew, but its still intact." when you compare it with this paint, you can really see the difference. after three years, its cracking and starting to flake off. "after one year, it just got lighter; after two years even lighter, and after three years, it actually different color, almost a purplish tint." out of the 15 paints tested, consumer reports found just two to recommend ... behr premium plus ultra from home depot for about 40 dollars a gallon and clark and kensington from ace for about 35 dollars a gallon. consumer reports tests show either paint should last about nine years on your house. if youre a lowes shopper, consumer
its just as good as the behr premium plus ultra and the clark and kensington for resisting cracking and dirt. but its not as good at resisting mildew. i'm jenna sachs - contact 6. remember -- if you have a consumer issue or an investigation -- call the number on your screen or file a complaint on the contact 6 page at fox 6 now dot com. tom wachs is on the weather deck. a storm system will move just to our east tonight, but it could showers this evening into the overnight. temperatures will fall through the 70s. becoming partly sunny on tuesday with a chance for a few t-storms...mainly at night. highs in the low-to-mid 80s and dewpoints in the upper 60s. thunderstorm chances continue on wednesday with highs in the middle 80s. quiet on thursday with a chance for t- storms friday night and
the weekend. tonight: cloudy with a chance for a few showers. low: 69 dewpoint: 68 wind: ne 5-10 mph tuesday: partly sunny with a chance for t-storms, mainly at night. high: 83 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 69 high: 84 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. high: 87 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph friday: partly sunny with a chance for thunderstorms at night. am low: 69 high: 88 dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 68 high: 77 dewpoint: 65 wind: sw 5-15 mph sunday: partly sunny and cooler. am low: 60
we all know how fragile and vulnerable babies are when they are born. but that doesn't mean everyone is aware to what extent. mary stoker smith is here to overlooking. new findings show that many parents are putting their babies to sleep in ways that could be increasing their risk of sudden infant death syndrome. a "back to sleep" campaign -- going on for decades -- has been giving parents tips on safe sleeping but the research says parents aren't getting the hint. one-hundred-sixty families were studied. information was gathered at one, three and six months of age.
babies were put to sleep on surfaces found unsafe. and a whopping 91-percent slept with unsafe items ... like pillows or stuffed animals. study authors say parents and pediatricians need to have more conversations about sids throughout infancy. researchers shining more light people who want to quit smoking. turns out -- walking distance from smoking products has a big impact on your chance oq data on more than twenty thousand current and former smokers.. they looked at how changes in walking distance from home to the nearest tobacco shop affected smoking behavior. the results were surprising. for every one-third of a mile a smoker had to walk. there was a twenty-to- sixty percent increase in their odds of quitting. more research will be needed to see if the same result happens when driving. obesity is more common among
general population. researchers say the problem is particularly high among survivors of colorectal and breast cancer. data was gathered from more than a half million adults between 19-97 and 2014. for those with no history of cancer --twenty-one percent were considered obese in 19-97 and twenty-nine percent in 2014... for cancer survivors, the obesity rate jumped ten percent in that same time. study authors hope the findings healthier. guys -- back to you good news if you love the n-f-l and have a twitter account! the social media company is looking to release its apple t-v app as a part of the n-f-l streaming initiative. the are hoping to add the app to the streaming box to allow users to watch the games live. earlier this year twitter struck a live-streaming deal with the n-f-l. they have streaming rights to ten thursday night games. the first game is set to air
little help when it's hind legs got stuck in a wood fence. luckily -- the sacramento fire department came to the rescue. while one firefighter held a board to support the kitten's front legs, another loosened the boards in the fence. after being freed it was taken to an animal shelter. the kitten is now healthy and available for adoption. preseason has officially kicked off for the packers. heavy travel to green bay. next -- the big change the construction means for r-v
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call an at&t expert to switch today. ?? 5. packers fans headed to green bay may have some trouble finding a place to park with new developments under construction. for r-v owners making the trip, parking will be much different. fox's brittany ford has a look at the changes around lambeau this season. the 2,500 packers parking spaces lost due to titletown development is
rv's. one alternative for rv's and motorhomes is to at park at the brown county fair grounds. elfers "we kind of go around sightseeing from this point so it works out real nice, it's really nice." reporter elfers marzhal of burlington says he and his wife usually come up three to four days before game day... which he says made parking at the fairgrounds not so bad. driving to the game. take super s/elfers 34-39 "because even at k-mart it was quite a walk from there it's just an easy to take your car and get close to it on the lot." reporter other game day parking options for r-v's is the open lot behind burkels. dane bolz of medford says for those coming into town, and not knowing about the change has got caught some by surprise. take super s/dane 1:01 "these people right here we got off the freeway, and sure enough they sped up, and figured we'll follow this motorhome, they know where they're going." reporter bolz says he's not worried about the change in
there's packers fans, there's a good time. dane "i don't think it will matter at all, because all of those people that were over there are coming over here now." reporter he says it's just one minor change in celebrating the start of football season. brittany ford fox news. now at 5-- after another night of unrest-- acting a fool." both police and the community are hoping peace will be restored tonight. "violence solves nothing except risking the lives of the community" the steps they're taking to keep anyone else from getting hurt. "after 10 o clock your kids better be home or in a place where theyre off the streets.' that is our big story tonight-- trying to stop the violence. this is a complicated story--
and killed a black suspect on saturday. tonight we're learning this wasn't the first time they met. our a-j bayatpour has more on that. madeline anderson explains the challenges milwaukee firefighters are facing. but let's start with myra sanchick. she's live near sherman park with the steps being taken tonight. sherman park will close from six pm to six am resulted in a list of violent incidents--the result of unrest after a violent saturday night that included looting and businesses and property destroyed by fire. sunday fourteen adults were arrested for disorderly conduct. three squads were damaged by rocks and bricks. a larger vehicle, a bear cat
fires, windows broken on a store. more than thirty incidents of gunshots fired. during one an 18 year old was hit in the neck by a bullet. he's being treated for his injury. four milwaukee county sheriff's deputies were injured. four milwaukee police officers injured just last night. flying glass from a brick through a windshield caused one officer to have eye injuries. another officer was struck on the foot with a brick. another officer's protective helmet was grazed by a bullet. the chief says the goal is to maintain the peace, not win a war. we had a very my bricks thrown at us last night and we realize that's a lot of acting out behavior. we have to move slowly and cautiously because the same people we're trying to control we have to protect ourselves i'm calling on every single resident of this city to make sure they are getting the message across to everyone do