As Milwaukee Sets 10 p.m. Curfew, Chief Is Optimistic

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Shaken by two nights of violent unrest in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood, authorities imposed a 10 p.m. citywide curfew for teens while faith leaders took to the streets to pray and talk with residents. The combination of law, order and faith was an attempt to break a cycle of violence that erupted after Saturday’s shooting death of an armed suspect by a Milwaukee police officer. Last night, Mayor Tom Barrett and Police Chief Edward Flynn expressed cautious . . .

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