Stories tagged: "crime"


Kyle Rittenhouse, center, looks over to his attorneys as the jury is dismissed for the day during his trial at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021. (Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News via AP, Pool)
Rittenhouse Found Not Guilty of All Charges in Protester Killings

Many react with disappointment, but not surprise, after a jury acquits the out-of-state teen who killed two people and injured a third.

Al Capone, left, Baby Face Nelson, and John Dillinger were among the gangsters who came to Wisconsin in the 1920s for "work" and play. (Graphic by Morgaine Ford-Workman)
From Bank Heists to Hideaways, Wisconsin Has a Rich Gangster History

Proximity to Chicago made Wisconsin a favorite place to “work” and play among society's less-savory individuals.

Gov. Tony Evers during the State of the State speech, Jan. 22, 2020. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Evers Vetoes GOP’s ‘Tough on Crime’ Bills

Stark schism as Dems push for gun safety and Republicans abandon criminal justice reform

The Miller Brewery in Milwaukee, part of MoulsonCoors, as seen in a 2013 image. (Shutterstock)
Update: Brewery Shooter Identified

Electrician at MolsonCoors reportedly had frequent disputes with a co-worker

The Miller Brewery, part of Molson Coors, in Milwaukee's "Miller Valley" as shown in a 2013 image. (Shutterstock)
Leaders, Candidates, Competitors React to Miller Shooting

From thoughts and prayers to slamming inaction on gun safety

The Miller Brewery in Milwaukee, part of MoulsonCoors, as seen in a 2013 image. (Shutterstock)
Five Killed in Miller Brewery Shooting

Shooter had just been fired from MolsonCoors facility, killed himself

Digital Detective Work Pays Off

Platforms used for sex crimes also leave a trail for investigators