Aug 11, 2015

Tensions flare in Ferguson under state of emergency, dozens arrested - TODAY.com

Dozens of people were arrested as a new round of clashes and confrontations took place in Ferguson, Missouri, one year after the shooting death of Michael Brown. The protests spread beyond Ferguson, tying up rush-hour traffic on Interstate 70, a major traffic artery. NBC's Ron Allen reports for TODAY.

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