People are taking to the streets of Ferguson, Missouri for peaceful protests against police violence after a night of rioting and looting.  Anger over the fatal police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown boiled over last night, leaving some areas of Ferguson looking like a war zone.  At least 30 people were arrested. 


The chief of police in Ferguson says the teen's death was a tragedy, and an investigation is underway.  Dooley says he was saddened by what happened after last night's demonstrations.

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There are reports Al Sharpton will travel to St. Louis at the request of the family of Brown.  Sharpton says he will fight for justice and a fair investigation into the death of the 18-year-old.


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