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the unrest a few weeks ago nats of police saying "put your hand behind your backbut, more than dozen arrests in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood "i saw my friend get taken down in a very violent manner" as protesters stand their ground to police you can't tell people that their grieving is up. milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood. a memorial for the man shot by a police officer near 44th and auer.. has turned into an unexpected hot spot. we have team coverage from the sherman park neighborhood. ashley sears - let's start with you. that gathering has moved from 44th and auer, about a block away in an open green space. tonight, we spoke with smith's brother who says they will continue to
park--- police block the streets-- dressed in riot gear-- taking several people into custody-- nats followed by a day of more arrests-- and frustration from a family. 02:22 their riot gear don't do nothing but antagonize the people that's out here. milwaukee police say they are being called to 44th and auer by neighbors. complaining about large groups gathered at a memorial for sylville smith. the year-old was shot and killed by an office in this spot weeks ago. gatehrings have been peaceful. 01:33 it was no violence, none whatsoever. police say when asked to leave, the majority of people dispersed, but some were detained for resisting and disorderly conduct. 15:36 they should be able to come out here and mourn how they mourn. smith says the group will continue to gather until body camera video of his brother's death is made public. 07:17 we need that footage, that's what we need, that's what we demand
peace. 17:24 we are about peace, we are about love. that's what we are about. we want the video released. smith tells us he plans to meet with the sherman park community association tomorrow. meantime, we saw police asking the group to leave this spot by 10. they said they would be cooperative. among those out near 44th and auer last night, were people, other than police, trying to keep the peace. and some of them were detained by officers. among them - state re brostoff brah-stoff .fox 6 recorded video last night of brostoff being held face down by police. the milwaukee democrat says he was trying to record the detention of an a-c-l-u observer. brostoff says thats when he was arrested himself. the lawmaker says his state assembly colleague, david bowen, told officers who they had arrested. that's when brostoff was released without being booked... i kept saying to them, i know this is your job, i dont hold anything against you. its a tough job that i wouldnt want and were gonna figure this out,
say that unlike other elected officials and community leaders, brostoff and the a- c-l-u observer did not identify themselves. it's now reviewing the arrests. tonight were also getting an idea of what people across the state think of the unrest here in milwaukee. part of the latest marquette university law school poll questioned registered voters about whats fueling the riots and looting. fox6s bret lemoine picks up that part of our coverage, live from sherman park. the numbers are telling... k voters from across the state.... not just milwaukee. after weeks of continued problems in sherman park... marquette university law school pollsters got on the phone... cf 'this was a story that percolated pretty widely through the state.' ...and questioned registered voters about the unrest. cf 'more than half - 51 percent, say they have read or heard 'a
explains an additional 29- percent say they heard 'some' about the incidents... 15-percent 'only a little'... and 4-percent report hearing nothing at all about it. cf 'we then asked, what are your feelings about police in your community.' the overwhelming majority, 86-percent, say police make them feel 'mostly safe' cf '12% say they make them feel anxious.' the numbers differ, however, when broken down by race: 90-percent of white respondents feel 'among african americans or hispanics, its 57% comfortable and 37% anxious.' franklin explains african americans and hispanics were combined because of the small sample size... cf 'we have widely varying perceptions of the police and interactions with the police.' final question: whats behind the unrest? 37-percent say the unrest was mostly due to anger at decades of disadvantage for black communities... while less than half said...
and order that caused the unrest in milwaukee. the milwaukee chapter of the naacp issued a statement to fox6 after the release of these numbers... saying it does not feel the numbers are representative of what is being felt nationally. reporting live in sherman park, bl, fox6 news. brad thanks bret for complete coverage of the developments coming out of milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood since the fatal shooting of sylville smith -- just head to our website, fox six news mobile app and click "links." the milwaukee county medical examiner's office is investigating a child death. it happened this morning just before six o-clock near 40th and locust. milwaukee police say a one-month-old baby was found dead -- and co-sleeping is believed to have contributed to the death. nobody has been arrested. officials are waiting for toxicology results before determining an official cause of death. charges are filed against the driver in a fatal crash on
milwaukee faces multiple charges in connection with last friday's crash at 35th and keefe. two 15-year-old boys were thrown from the vehicle and killed - a third passenger was hurt. witnesses say the car was traveling anywhere from 60 to 80 miles per hour. they say it made abrupt lane changes prior to the crash. police say the vehicle was 'separated into two pieces.' authorities identified the man killed in a triple shooting in milwaukee -- and a su 22-year-old anthony trice was shot and killed yesterday afternoon near 27th and vine. a teenager was also taken to the hospital. officials say a 25-year-old has been arrested in connection with the shooting. mostly clear and quiet tonight with temperatures falling through the 60s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 50s by
many on thursday looks great. temperatures around 60 at the bus stop in the morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast through the end of the week, as high pressure dominates our weather. highs in the 70s through sunday. 80s return on labor day along with a chance for thunderstorms. tonight: mostly clear. wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high:
performance enhancing drug use? tonight, there's an answer and brandon cruz joins us with the details. the report alleged they were among a number of professional athletes who used or had ped's. but after meeting with nfl investigators last week, the league has cleared them for any wrong doing stating that there is no credible evidence that they did either. both have gone about their business at training camp with this hanging over them. but now, with 12 days until the so now they'll focus on the upcoming season while some of their teammates will play tomorrow's final preseason game in kansas city. coming up on fox 6 news at 10, we'll hear from a local player trying to make the final roster. back to you. he once compared donald trump to hitler. then, today, he met with him. mexico's president... welcoming donald trump south of the border. what they said about mexico paying for the wall. a big jump for trump. a new wisconsin poll. how close he is to hillary clinton.
the damage is estimated at tens of thousands of dollars. a milwaukee teen-- charged today as an adult... in the burglaries of four auto dealerships earlier this summer. fox6s madeline anderson has the latest from racine county. with regard to this case and the seriousness of the allegationsappearin for the first time... i am going to set a cash bond.javon vdillies bail was set at 10-thousand- dollars. according to the criminal complaint... vdillie was 16 when he and his four friends burglarized four auto dealerships around racine county between july 4th and the 13th. this was a smash and grab sort of break in. so they broke in through the showroom windows and took keys inside.the district attorneys office filed a petition to have d'villie tried as an adult. that
since had a birthday... and now the 17-year-old faces 17 felony charges. deputy district attorney tricia hanson says it was important to move vdillies case into adult court to send the message to other kids... racine county is not going to tolerate theses kinds of crimes. this is extremely serious and when you think about all of these young, unlicensed people taking off in stolen cars, its extremely dangerous. one other suspect... a 14-year-ol with the dealership burglaries. he cannot be waived into adult court. police are stil searching for the others invovled. reporting in racine county... madeline anderson fox6 news. milwaukee police arrest 3 people late last night -- after a chase and crash involving a stolen car. police spotted a vehicle reported stolen near 12th and north. they chased the suspects until they ran a red light and crashed into another vehicle near 68th and bluemound. all 3 people in the car were taken into custody.
on milwaukee's lower east side. it happened near jefferson and knapp this morning. a car was heavily damaged after crashing into a tree. one woman had to be extricated from the vehicle. it's still unclear what caused the crash. a tragic story from racine county. sheriffs deputies say a 21-year-old man failed to yield the right of way and slammed into an elderly couple's car. it happened yesterday afternoon near highway 45 and durand avenue in the town of yorkville. the 85-year-old husband has serious injuries, but they are wife did not survive. the other driver was not hurt. officials say alcohol does not appear to be a factor. you decide coverage now - republican presidential nominee donald trump - giving a speech on immigration in phoenix, arizona tonight - he said the usa should have the right to chose immigrants we think will thrive and flourish here and love this country. he also attacked hillary clinton and president obama's policies on
meeting with the president of mexico. ted perry is here with more. brad - donald trump crossed the border to meet with mexican president enrique pena nieto. the last-minute trip -- putting an even bigger spotlight on positions that have defined trump's run for the white house, and have been sharply criticized by the mexican leader. donald trump said the u-s has the right to build the wall he's proposed along the nation's southern border. "we did discuss the wall, we wall that'll be for a later date. this was a very preliminary meeting, i think it was an excellent meeting and we are i think we're very well on our way. a lot of the things i said are very strong but we have to be strong we have to say what's happening. there is crime as you know, there's a lot of crime, there's a lot of problems but i think together we'll solve those problems. but mexico's president says he made it very clear to trump that
wall. both, described the discussion as direct and open, acknowledging areas where they disagree. in fact - mexico's president once compared trump's rhetoric to those of nazi leader adolph hitler. democratic nominee - hillary clinton is tweaking trump's decision to travel to mexico. she was at the american legion's annual convention in ohio. and while clinton didn't name trump during a speech - it was clear who she was talking about. count on you - that you won't say one thing one day and something totally different the next. and it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours then flying home again. that is not how it works. meantime clinton keeping a close eye on the fbi. it plans to release its report on the clinton email server
they welcome it, in the name of transparency. brad and steph. some not-so-good news for hillary clinton here in wisconsin.. according to the new marquette poll - donald trump is back in the race here in the badger state. political reporter theo keith - with the new numbers. the marquette law poll had another surprise in store. three weeks after people in the showed hillary clinton holding a 15 point lead... clinton's lead is now just three. she has fallen off a fair bit the poll's director, charles franklin, says clinton's weakest point with wisconsin voters is "honesty." 35 percent now view her favorably, compared with 43 percent earlier this month.that is still better than donald trump. i think this is a case of campaign strategy and whether it will evolve while her running mate tim kaine has campaigned
wisconsin since april. there may have been a sense that it was fine to let trump be trump because that was thought to be damaging in early august, but i think more recently, it raises the question of whether leaving more of the stage to him is an effective strategy democrats said the poll "overestimated gop performance." republicans said the results showed how the "dynamics of the race have shifted." a second wisconsin poll released wednesday, from monmouth university, seemed to confirm a close presidential race. certainly shows that we could be considered a competitive state but in wisconsin's u-s senate race, the two polls split. marquette showed russ feingold leading ron johnson by three, much closer than it was earlier this month. but monmouth had feingold 13 points ahead.the poll shows libertarian presidential candidate gery johnson getting 10 percent of the vote yet 72 percent of the people don't know who he is. johnson will have a chance to improve upon that on thursday night when he campaigns at serb hall.
fox6 news. we have the complete results of the marquette university law school poll on fox6 now dot com and the fox6 news app. you'll find the story on our home page -- or you can search "marquette." they were just twelve years old when they admittedly stabbed their friend 19 times. and now a new twist in the slenderman case the moves made today by the two girls' attorneys. where they want the trials held. and who they want to have the final say. more potent than morphine and it's not even considered a controlled substance. the fight to get this synthetic opiod out of the hands of the
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russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be when you grow up? girl 1: i want to be an astronomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you
think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold
head up drivers state patrol is increasing enforcement during the labor day weekend the period from friday through monday has been deadly on wisconsin roads with an average of eight traffic fatalities during the last five years. wisconsin state patrol reminds all drivers - buckle up, obey speed limits, drive sober, and eliminate distractions. also - construction on most major highways will be suspended from about noon on friday, sept. 2 until 6 a.m. on tuesday, sept. 6. mostly clear and quiet tonight with temperatures falling through the 60s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 50s by morning. the first day back to school for many on thursday looks great.
morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast through the end of the week, as high pressure dominates our weather. highs in the 70s through sunday. 80s return on labor day along with a chance for thunderstorms. tonight: mostly clear. low: 58 dewpoint: 56 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. high: 70 dewpoint: 57 wind: ne 5-15 mph friday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 72 dewpoint: 54 wind: e 5-10 mph a new move from lawyers in the slenderman case.. they're worried about the trial - and the possible jury.. why they're eyeing madison and green bay.
goal is to look like this afterward. coming up, tim van vooren goes beyond the game with athletes learning a centuries old sport. centuries old sport. break break at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world full of possibilities. connecting with family, friends and the things that matter most.
their trials. this week they filed motions and requests -- that could impact the jury. beverly taylor has this developing story. it's been more than two years since morgan geyser and anissa weier, then 12 years old, were accused of stabbing a classmate to appease the fictional character slenderman. now, attorneys for the two girls, charged with attempted 1st degree intentional homicide, are focused on where the trial should take morgan geyser's want a change of venue -- meaning hold the trial in a different county. they cite that despite national media attention for this case, there is more "interest and exposure to prejudicial details of this case in waukesha county,-- making a fair trial there unlikely. their preference: an area that has shown less interest. using google trends, they state the topic has been only 40 percent as popular in the green bay-appleton area, and only 20 percent as popular in
weier's attorneys don't want a change of venue-- they want a jury brought brought in from a different county. in the letter to the court, it states, to move weier to a different facility"would create significant hardships" and "would mean moving our client from the center and staff to which and whom she had been accustomed for over two years at the most stressful moment of her life. it also cautions taking her further "from her familial support system and her counselor". also-- in s attorneys pointed a finger at newspaper coverage, stating "because of the volume and bias of media coverage in this case the court should grant this motion." the girls trials are expected to be separate-- and happen in march and april. bevery taylor fox 6 news we've been following the "slenderman" case for months. visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and search "slenderman" to read how this case has unfolded in court. a wisconsin legislator says he plans to introduce a bill outlawing a new synthetic drug. republican representative joel kleefisch of oconomowoc - says he'll introduce a measure
of u- 47700, a synthetic opiod. the drug is nearly eight times more potent than morphine and has been linked to at least 50 deaths nationwide including 2 in racine county. kleefisch says the chemicals in the drug mirror heroin but are different enough that it has stayed off wisconsin's controlled substances list. the next legislative session begins in january. you don't have to be the biggest or the fastest or the strongest.... to be one of the bes that's grow in popularity in the milwaukee area.. tim van vooren goes beyond the game. tucked into a strip mall on brown deer road, the milwaukee sport fencing academy attracts all manner of youngsters for a week long camp.... that's fine because all manner of athletes can succeed in fencing.... 93642 "there's no weight classes.... i'm 5-6 when i'm focusing on standing as tall as i can, but there's very few people who can actually straight up beat me, because
tactics and technique." 93659 the guys and gals in joe biebel's class are interested in the sport for different reasons... nine year old heino omdahl got hooked when he saw fencing in the movie "the princess bride"... 101222 "i always took the light saber out and started going bam like that to the knight and then we really got into swords and blade play and now i is really my sport." 101238 others decided to take stab at it after watching the recent olympics.... 93935 "this group doubled in the last week... and a lot of people have just recently sent me requests to be in the beginner adult classes, so i wish they'd do olympics every couple of months." 93954 93323 "i got in as a kid because my best friend fencing at a club in wauwatosa." 93330 93347 "the very first time we fenced, he hit his weapon on the driveway, and we didn't really
the tip off and he hit me, it punctured my rib and came out the other side." 03400 joe preaches safety, conditioning, focus, in his classes...he finds most people to pick up the basics of the sport quickly and some of them to progress beyond that rapidly... stella mann is a ten year old from whitefish bay.... 101927 "i like that nobody else at my school does it... and they have no clue what it is." 101936 101354 "are you good
am, i don't know.... i can't say it myself, but.... 101403 heino's coach would concur.... in fact, joe would say there are a lot of talented fencers out there, some of whom are in his programs and some of whom probably don't know a thing about the sport..... but no matter their gender or size, they could strike in this growing pursuit... vooren, fox six sports... fencing is derived from the swordsmanship used in duels back when duels were the ultimate means of reolving disputes.... the new brett favre exhibit officially opened today. the green bay packers and packers hall of fame hosted a ribbon-cutting
the exhibit honors favre's time with the team, recognizing his most memorable moments. highlights include a wall display of the gunslinger's 297 consecutive regular season starts over 19 nfl seasons. number 4's pro football hall of fame speech is also played on a tv in the exhibit. the packers say number four's exhibit will be on display for at least a year. for many- it's a wisconsin law. you want foodshare benefits? then you need to work. tonight - have jobs.. and how much they're making an hour.. plus - curbing confrontations. the new training for local police that could help diffuse a dangerous situation. this nice weather is forecast to continue as school starts
we upped the ante at culver's to create the new crispy southwest chicken sandwich. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
bill nye is coming to netflix... and selena gomez is taking a break from her tour. details in tonight's buzz. chris brown is facing charges after his latest brush with the law... a woman accused brown of pointing a gun at her standoff outside brown's home where police established a heavy presence. police eventually got a search warrant and took brown into custody on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. brown was released from jail after posting a $250-thousand dollar bail last night. selena gomez is taking a break from her current tour...because of health concerns. last year the singer revealed that she has lupus. in a statement to cnn, gomez says the disease is causing panic
she hopes that taking some time off will help her cope with her condition. bill nye will host his own talk show on netflix... it's called "bill nye saves the world" according to netflix, each episode will tackle a topic from a scientific point of view...refuting "anti-scientific claims." it's slated to debut in spring of 20-17. and that's your buzz. a beautiful day - will we have a repeat tomorrow. weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. and too close for comfort - a bear comes woman.. how her cell phone helped save her. plus - he's one lucky officer - the traffic stop that turned violent. and it's all caught on
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to rip you off.... scammers are smart and they come from all countries.... he's taught us how to stay a step ahead. his new challenge--coming up at ten. minnesota developer roers investments has purchased a vacant property overlooking milwaukees park east corridor. the property -- at milwaukee and ogden -- has been vacant for more than a decade. it sold last week for 950-thousand dollars. an historic building formerly stood 2004 for a townhouse development that was never built. this fall -- students at uw-madison won't have to worry about missing their amazon deliveries. the company will set up a pickup location on campus -- allowing students, faculty and staff to receive their purchases in one location. it will be in the "red gym." it opens november first. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal.
weather mostly clear and quiet tonight with temperatures falling through the 60s this evening. we'll drop into the middle-to-upper 50s by morning. the first day back to school for many on thursday looks great. temperatures morning, warming into the upper 60s by lunch and around 70 for the ride home. sunny skies continue in the forecast through the end of the week, as high pressure dominates our
a waukesha area doctor is the first surgeon in wisconsin...performi ng a brand new procedure for breast ca surgery...and doctor kelli pettit operates on patients at prohealth waukesha memorial and prohealth oconomowoc memorial. she is trained to use a retractor that allows for better visibility of the breast leaving only a small scar...about an inch and a half in length. the scar is around the aereola, under the breast or underneath the armpit. patient's shouldn't notice a change in the shape of their breast. "i was worried i was going to be a mangled mess you know 13 28 i remember laying on the table right before they were taking me into
to have a divet is it going to smaller on this side...and she said no, nope youre not going to look any different " each prohealth care breast cancer patient is now evaluated to see if they are a good candidate for hidden scar surgery candidacy. it depends on the size of the tumor, shape of the breast and the tumor's proximity to other parts of the body like the skin and muscle tissue. the first day back is special for any school. but something unique is happening thursday at the sherman multicultural arts school. fox6's jonathon gregg has their exciting kick off. our hugs we've been missing all summer." mean the world to any teacher.. it's just one day before milwaukee public schools usher in a new year. "so my lesson plan book is here." count 26 years for the ageless tracy holmes. the k-5 teacher has the pregame routine down pat. "it's going to be good to see our returning students and our new ones." but sherman multicultural school doesn't only kick off its new
art school so we will engage our students through the arts." it has the honor of repping all of m-p-s in doing so. "we have a wonderful opportunity to have the superintendent here, the state superintendent, the mayor all coming out to ring our kids in." kids like martisha and martevia hopkins, "yeah. it looks like a pretty nice school." w mom, talesha might be the most excited."so they can get back to learning everything they need to know." but then again there's tracy holmes.. "it is exceedingly exciting. yes. we are very very very excited." and don't forget principal anderson "it will be an opportunity for kids to understand that we appreciate not just on day one but every day of the year." all of them ready to say "welcome back." jon gregg fox 6 news. and for more on how the first day of school is going.. watch
and just in time for school - backpack buddies are back! help fox6 and "feeding america eastern wisconsin" make sure kids get enough to eat. go to any "sendiks food market" now through september 6th. all of the proceeds will be used to provide backpacks filled with food to kids in need. and, those backpacks will be restocked with food every friday throughout the school year. details are at fox6-now-dot-com. new information tonight on employment and training program. according to the department of health - participants are working more than 30 hours per week and earning an average of $11.99 per hour. the worker training requirement went into effect statewide in april of last year. since then - nearly 14-thousand five hundred foodshare members in the training program have entered the workforce. this you have to see to believe. a florida woman comes face to face with a bear, and she managed to record the encounter on her
sent it to her son upstairs... saying "help me." she followed with "don't make a lot of noise." well her son came down - and amazingly the bear slowly walked away. teliece sander "i look up and there was this huge black bear. at this point he was so close to me, i was afraid to move." teliece sander "he was that close, i felt his breath, he from me, when it came from my face to his face." this bear was so close.. that's sander's knee is in the video. the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission hopes to trap it and move it out of the area for safety's sake. check out this fire at a connecticut gas station. a car reversed right into one of the gas pumps -- toppling it over right onto a car on the other side -- a woman narrowly escaping the falling
out -- while the woman on the other side -- along with a man in the front -- both rescue two children from the now burning car and escape. authorities say a gas station attendant kept the fire from spreading. the attendant hit the emergency shut off switch and stopped the flow of gas.. in georgia - a woman runs over an officer during a traffic stop... and it was all caught on tape. the officer pulled over 28-year-old jessica fox for speeding, saturday. she gave the officer a false name - and when the cop busted her on it - resisting arrest. after an exchange, the officer tased her - moments later she put the car in gear and start driving -- she dragged the officer a few feet before running over both his legs. she was on the run until officials arrested her yesterday. the officer has a torn achilles tendon and a concussion. fox was wanted on an outstanding felony warrant. local professionals are getting
police departments around the country are seeking out too. fox6's rachelle baillon has more details. stopping conflict before it escalates. that's the goal of vistelar, a local training company. "police officers like to go out and get extra training to enhance their skills and communication is becoming very valuable in law enforcement because of everything that's going on." william singleton used to work for the milwaukee police department. but now, he works to help professionals entire spectrum of human conflict. "i joined the company full time back in february and since then we've seen a major uptick in police departments contacting us for this training." the cudahy police chief tells us his entire department has completed the training. he's now an advisor for vistelar. "when people in high stress situations say things that they regret later typically it's because in a professional contact situation their training tape ran out."
skills to stop a confrontation and turn the interaction around before it becomes negative. reporting in wauwatosa, rachelle baillon fox6 news. 10pm open only on fox6 tonight-- a little boy and his grandmoth in a hit and run. "i feel like our lives have stopped." but the man accused of causing the crash is out of jail. plus-- this was the scene in sherman park 2 and a half weeks ago. tonight milwaukee reflects on what caused the unrest. and-- despite more arrests last night-- "their riot gear don't do nothing but antagonize the people that's out here." demonstrators say they're not going to stop gathering.
in the last 24 hours-- more than a dozen people have been detained near sherman park. they're gathering at the spot where sylville smith was shot and killed by a milwaukee police officer. we have team coverage-- bret lemoine looks at people's opinions surrounding the unrest earlier this month. but let's begin with ashley sears. she's live in sherman park-- what's the mood like tonight? it is a much calmer night. the group gathered at a memorial at space behind me. they say they will continue to mourn out here. tension in sherman park--- tuesday night, police block the streets-- dressed in riot gear-- taking several people into custody-- nats it is followed by a day of more arrests-- and frustration from a family.