Could Floyd’s Killing Lead to State Reform?

Could Floyd’s Killing Lead to State Reform?

Evers calls for long-delayed bill on deadly use of force by police to be taken up by Legislature.

Five Protest Marches Planned Wednesday

Five Protest Marches Planned Wednesday

Largest march will leave from Humboldt Park in Bay View at 3 p.m. and head north

Evers Joins Phone Call With Trump

Evers Joins Phone Call With Trump

President urges governors "to get tougher” with protestors. Evers says nothing.

Police Chiefs Decry Killing of George Floyd

Police Chiefs Decry Killing of George Floyd

Chiefs from Kenosha, Green Bay, Wausau weigh in. “Against everything I stand for.”

Foxconn Audit Delayed Two Months

Foxconn Audit Delayed Two Months

Company claims it earned a subsidy for employees hired and capital expenditures, state still analyzing data.

Protest Leader Frank Nitty Released

Protest Leader Frank Nitty Released

District Attorney Chisholm says leader released, wasn't charged, but facts still being gathered.

Daily: Racine Now Has Worst COVID-19 Outbreak in Wisconsin
Daily

Racine Now Has Worst COVID-19 Outbreak in Wisconsin

Statewide testing totals rebound after hitting three-week low.

Peaceful March Leader Frank Nitty Arrested

Peaceful March Leader Frank Nitty Arrested

Sheriff's deputies arrested influential leader. Mayor Barrett reportedly opposed detainment.

Northside Testing Center Up and Running

Northside Testing Center Up and Running

A new center, replacing one shut down more than a week ago, started testing Monday.

Finalist Named For UW System President

Finalist Named For UW System President

University Of Alaska System President Jim Johnson is only finalist left after others drop out.

How to Protest During a Pandemic

How to Protest During a Pandemic

Local health officials offers do's and don'ts that could save your life.

Op Ed: Dan Kelly Wants Revenge
Op Ed

Dan Kelly Wants Revenge

He recused from voter purge case. After losing election the lame duck Supreme Court Justice has changed his mind.

For Members Only: An Exclusive Interview with Ryan Clancy
For Members Only

An Exclusive Interview with Ryan Clancy

Quotable County Supervisor arrested at Sunday's protest will tell his story, share his views.

LGBTQ Bar Holding Virtual Pride Festival

LGBTQ Bar Holding Virtual Pride Festival

PrideFest is cancelled, but This Is It! will be streaming drag shows and DJ performances.

Follow Today’s George Floyd Protest Here

Follow Today’s George Floyd Protest Here

Follow the George Floyd Protests and the latest news here.

Murphy’s Law: Are Police Overreacting to Protests?
Murphy’s Law

Are Police Overreacting to Protests?

So says ACLU, others. Others want a tougher response. What’s the proper balance?

Op Ed: Barrett, Democrats Must Address Racism
Op Ed

Barrett, Democrats Must Address Racism

George Floyd’s killing should be wakeup call to city, state, nation to embrace reforms.

Community Leaders List Changes Protestors Want

Community Leaders List Changes Protestors Want

Demands push for more racial equity, major changes in state, local and police policies.

Evers Appoints Three New UW Regents

Evers Appoints Three New UW Regents

Effective immediately, will help shift direction of UW System policies.

Summer Schools Will Be Mostly Online

Summer Schools Will Be Mostly Online

Amid pandemic, school districts in Milwaukee, other cities, will stick to virtual learning.

Many Milwaukee Leaders Support Protests

Many Milwaukee Leaders Support Protests

Community leaders, politicians release statements, Common Council calls for Milwaukee Police reforms.

Peaceful March Ends at 3 a.m. Near Capitol Dr.

Peaceful March Ends at 3 a.m. Near Capitol Dr.

March goes over 15 miles, including through Whitefish Bay, Shorewood and Glendale, before ending back in Milwaukee.

Fourth Night of Protest Begins Peacefully

Fourth Night of Protest Begins Peacefully

“We are peaceful, we are peaceful,” the protesters shouted.

Daily: COVID-19 Testing Volume Falls to Three-Week Low
Daily

COVID-19 Testing Volume Falls to Three-Week Low

But percentage positive doesn't exceed weekly average.

Campaign Cash: IRS Opens Door to Foreign, Dark Money
Campaign Cash

IRS Opens Door to Foreign, Dark Money

Ends rule requiring nonprofits spending on campaigns to disclose names of anyone giving $5,000 or more.