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from your phone. just download the new fox 6 storm center app, it's available on android and apple. now to our big story tonight-- trying to heal. as we move farther away from the unrest-- milwaukee is starting to get closer to normal. there has been an outpouring of support the last few days. we have team coverage. ben handelman explains how the community has rallied around police. bret lemoine brings you "prayers for peace". but let's sa sears. she's live in the newsroom with some of the unanswered questions. state investigators are calling on the public for help. asking for online tips-- about the officer involved shooting. the police scene is cleared from 44th and auer-- but the investigation into what took place here-- is only in the beginning stages. the state department of justice division of criminal investigations is the lead on the case--
officer involved shooting-- that killed 23-year-old slyville smith. now--investigators ask the public for anonymous online tips-- anyone with information related to the case can submit what they know, straight to the d-o-j. meantime-- 10:49 we in no way want to complicate the doj investigation. at a news conference--thursda y--- community groups call on investigators to release-- video--from a body camera worn by the officer v situation, that's going to lead to speculation, that's going to lead to apprehension. in a statement--attorney general brad schimel said: 'it is my goal to complete officer involved death investigations expeditiously so the community gets the answers they deserve' answers--many will be waiting for... 35:13 right now, we need to be finding a way to move forward and to heal.
tip will not trigger a radio call or send police to your location. we have a link to that tipline on our website fox 6 now dot com. live in the newsroom, ashley sears fox 6 news. social media posts are lighting up with comments and opinions about both men involved in the shooting. at least one man considered them both friends. sah- wee sawi perry-- is a national guardsman and local rap artist trying to promote positive messages in light of the riots in his neighborhood.perr fueling anger, trying to vilify smith or the officer. he says neither of his friends deserves that. perry knew smith as a dancer, the officer a rapper. they both, from what i know weren't bad guys so that's the message i want to give so they both were not bad guys and people need to look more into the facts and one was a college graduate, one was a good kid . i know for a fact the officer was a college graduate. he was not a street dude . the
perry says he's not sure if the officer and smith ever really knew each other. he says it's possible they crossed paths before that fateful day both had guns and the officer fired. still no charges have been filed against the 41-people arrested during the unrest. the district attorney's office tells us the felony cases are currently under review. the misdemeanor offenders are being told to come into the d-a's office in a couple of weeks. challenge for more: the archdiocese of milwaukee holds a prayer service tonight in the aftermath of area riots... but prayer wasnt the only message. fox6s bret lemoine is live outside m-p-d district 7 with that story. faith leaders say prayer isnt enough. they want to see more people down in sherman park and surrounding neighborhoods... helping out... inside all saints parish
prayers for peace to heal milwaukees sherman park neighborhood. nat 'i think when communications break down... we turn to violence.' leading the service... tk 'there is no such thing as just urban problems - its our problems. especially if you are believers.' ...is father tim kitzke, who was appointed 'vicar general for urban ministry' by the archbishop to challenge parishioners to face these issues head on. kitzke says prayer is only the beginning... the next step is interaction. id like to begin dialoguing more and more.' going forward, he wants area catholics to take action... and form relationships with residents in milwaukees troubled neighborhoods. tk 'as soon as youre in a relationship with someone - put a name and face to them, all of the sudden, they dont become an issue they become a fellow journeyer.' peace can spread from the walls of this church.... to the streets around sherman park... but kitzke says it can only happen if were all in it together. tk 'from the first moment of
breath - everyone matters. we want to work hard to bring our resources and understanding of social justice.' if youre wondering where the archbishop is, im told he is absent from tonights prayer because he is traveling out of town. reporting live in milwaukee, bl, fox6 news. the archdiocese is not the only faith- based organization - to offer a mesa evangelistic association ....brought in a mobile unit to the s herman park area. it arrived yesterday in town and volunteers will ?likely stay on-site through the weekend. they say they are there to talk to anyone who wants to discuss the violence of this past weekend. part of the healing process includes finding those responsible for some of the worst damage. today a-t-f agents spent the day digging for evidence at o'reilly auto parts. one of 8 businesses set on fire.
eventually the entire building will have to be leveled. but both neighbors and city leaders are hopeful the owner will rebuild. i told them the city would love to work with them we would love to have them rebuild and to send the message and the reality that we wont coward because of this. :56 a-t-f agents have also been investigating the other burnt businesses this week. they're asking anyone with information to come forward. bricks and rocks! more than a dozen officers and deputies were hurt during the unret officers who put themselves in harms way to keep the peace. our ben handelman live tonight in sherman park--- with how an artist is helping! ben. good evening guys. some the injuries included head injuries and cuts. one mequon man is saying thank you the best way he can--- through art. i think i really hit it well with the skyline. passion can come to life in so many
paintings is where he finds the most comfort. the last time we met, we were in dallas. braeger--- who splits time between here and texas, feeling compelled to honor the officers lost, and those who risk their lives. he hasn't stopped since. this is whole heatedly to support the men and women wearing blue in milwaukee. 100 percent. that is why i made this. a work honoring officers in milwaukee began before last weekends riots. the targeting of police for whatever interstices you feel the world might be bringing you. the police aren't th events that have taken place--- giving this work more meaning. when dallas happened. and now milwaukee. if things don't change, it's going to happen elsewhere. in dallas, braeger sold t-shirts, posters, and artwork with all of the proceeds donated to charity. there are now similar plans here. he's not the only one giving back. we don't believe police officers are the problem. we think there
at work. at milwaukee's police district 7 bishop e.w jackson has come all the way from virginia, helping show support. milwaukee police say groups have been dropping off donations all week. whether food, or through a paint brush, many doing what they can, to say thank you. this is an ongoing campaign that can last forever. in dallas, braeger so far has raised about 40-000 through his work. want to help his cause here in t-shirts should be ready in about a week with his new design with all of the money going to charity. you can find out how to order on our webpage--- fox 6 now dot com--- just click on this story. at district 7, ben handelman fox 6 news. you can see our complete coverage of the milwaukee unrest when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. look for the link on our home page. the numbers are alarming. car thefts are on the rise in
first- degree reckless homicide. police say he killed his neighbor back in may. and later that day he's accused of killing an illinois woman on the interstate in a drive-by shooting. he's expected back in court next month. three arrests were made this week in connection to several carjackings across milwaukee county. yesterday, two men were arrested trying to run away from the cops during a traffic stop. they were in a stolen car that they had carjacked at gun point the night before. on tuesday a 24-year old man was arrested near cherry street -- several carjackings and armed robberies in the past few days. we spoke to the 14th district alderman tony zielinski via facetime... he praises police for a job well done. 'i feel its important to let people in the area know we have a great police department, the sacrifice that our officers make to keep our city safe cannot be stated enough, this is great news, this is great news!'
carjackings... the county saw 262 in all of last year. with the number of carjackings on the rise -- that also means more stolen cars out on the roads. some of those drivers -- are teens. as fox six's stephanie grady is live in the newsroom tonight -- with more on the effort to stop the trend. unfortunately -- people die every year in our area -- all because of teens driving recklessly -- while behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle. some l hoping to change that -- with a project dubbed "stop the stollies." the teens are painting a mural near 19th and meinecke. the goal is to honor those who've been killed by kids driving stolen cars. it's also meant to send a simple message to other teens: driving stolen cars is dangerous -- illegal -- and sometimes deadly! tyrese irving -- artist says: "it makes everybody feel unsafe. there's actually little kids who actually ride their bikes in the streets now." justin wright says: "they steal cars some of them get away,
up dead." dejah brown says: "we painted a car crashed up against a tree stump and we call it hasthag stop the stollies and taking cars equals taking lives." this project is one of five that's currently underway in the city. all are meant to challenge teens to identify and address issues-- through large-scale artwork. reporting in the newsroom -- stephanie grady -- fox six news. after a partly cloudy day, cloud cover will increase overnight, helping to keep us on the warmer side. lows will stay mainly in the 70s. a chance of scattered storms will work its way through in the overnight hours, continuing through early tomorrow morning.
this is all ahead of an approaching cold front. the greatest chance of storms will arrive with the front on saturday. once the cold front passes, we'll be much cooler, with highs back in the 70s and dewpoints in the 50s for the weekend. tonight: increasing clouds. chance dewpoint: 70 wind: sw 3-7 mph friday: partly sunny. warm & humid, feels like 95. high: 89 dewpoint: 72 wind: sw 5-10 mph saturday: cloudy skies. rain and storms likely. am low: 70 high: 76 dewpoint: 66 wind: sw 5-15 mph
in just 3 1/2 weeks, everything will count in the standings. for now, the packers games just count for the players trying to make the roster when the game count. tonight, step two of the 4 step preseason process/ the packers and the raiders at lambeau field and the packers start with the ball and a heavy dose of eddie lacy greets oakland, 9
end the drive, giving the packers a 7-0 lead. the 2nd drive starts out on the ground as well as james starks busts one for 24 yards. the next play, brett hundley makes a great pass to davante adams for a big gain of 31 yards, but the bigger part of the play is he gets hurt when khalil mack hits him after the throw apparently rolling up on his ankle. joe callahan would replace him as his a packers turn the ball over on downs, demarious randall steps in and gets them the ball right back as he intercepts derek carr's deep ball and is ruled down by contact after a review. the packers would lead 7-3 at the half. in the 2nd half, zack crockett gets his chance and makes the most of it as he caps off a 10 play 80 yard drive with the touchdown run giving green bay a 14-3 lead. in the end, the packers win 20-12
as for the looming question of ped use by julius peppers and clay matthews, the two have agreed to meet with nfl investigators according to chris mortensen of espn. no date has been set for the meeting, but the league had warned the players would be suspended by august 26th if they did not agree to meet with investigators. the winner of the high school blitz game of the week, brookfield central at whitefish bay tonight. the visitors take a 14-7 lead when zach hechman scores fr in the 2nd quarter. the blue dukes respond in a big way as cade garcia heaves it to michael kirkendoll for the 80 yard score to even the game at 14. in the 3rd, garcia again goes long, this time he finds alex anthony giving whitefish bay the 34-28 lead. right now late in the 4th, the game is tied at 43. with this being the first week of high school football action,
pipines will be at nicolet tomorrow night for the waukesha south - nicolet game. he'll have highlights and reaction on the high school blitz which kicks off tomorrow night at 10. another huge game to kick off the season had arrowhead at homestead. the highlanders eric zoeller fights out of the pile and busts one for 69 yards and the touchdown, 12-7 homestead. but arrowhead was too much in the end, jeff holtz goes 21 yards for the score as they go as the brewers reach the final quarter of their season, they've hit a rough patch and it's been fully exposed in chicago this week. today they were trying to avoid a sweep at the hands of the cubs. but chicago wasn't going along with that as kris bryant helps them take a 5-0 lead with one of his 2 home runs in the game. the brewers make it a competitive game as kirk nieuwenhuis belts a 3 run jack making it 5-3. but zach davies didn't have his good stuff and
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