State of Emergency Issued in St. Louis County Due to Ferguson Unrest
St. Louis County, Mo., has issued a state of emergency following a spate of violence amid protests marking the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown.
The state of emergency follows an outbreak of violence in Ferguson, including a police-involved shooting Sunday night that left a suspect in critical condition.
Griff Jenkins reported live from Ferguson on "The Kelly File" tonight and revealed that tensions are high between protesters and police.
Jenkins reported that despite the tense situation, the National Guard has not been deployed and the city has not been placed under curfew.
Jenkins spoke to one protester who said that they want to see change in the police force and in the courts.
Watch the "Kelly File" clip above (Warning: graphic language).