Stories tagged: "protest"


Off-duty Milwaukee Police Officer Matthew Willmann approaches photographer LaTasha Lux before striking her on July 5.
Off-Duty Milwaukee Cop Who Attacked Photographers Will Face Criminal Charges

Charges filed almost eight months after assaults caught on camera.

In this screen capture from WKOW-TV's "Capital City Sunday," Dane County Emergency Management Director Charlie Tubbs talks about recent security concerns and failed comparisons to the Act 10 protests of 2011.
Former Capitol Police Chief: DC’s Riot and Madison’s Act 10 Protests Have No Comparison

Jan. 6 attackers “don’t value the freedom of this country.”

Photo courtesy of Jonathan De Campos.
Meet the Boricua From Wisconsin Working to Activate Florida Voters

With the 2020 political season in full swing, Joseph Martínez has a foot in two battleground states decided by razor-thin electoral margins.

Photo courtesy the Office of the Governor.
Militia Planned to Kidnap Michigan Governor, Put Her On ‘Trial’ In Wisconsin, FBI Says

Six conspirators were charged with attempts to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer Thursday, as well as discussing other ways to overthrow Michigan's government.

Police have deployed a variety of violent tactics against protestors since May. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
‘I Feared for My Life’: The Use of Unmarked Vans in Arrests Is More Common Than You Think

“This is the kind of thing that happens over and over and over and I'm glad attention is finally being paid to it, but this is not new. This is the kind of thing that’s been happening for years.”

wauwatosa cracking down on protesters
City Takes Action on Police Violence—By Restricting Those Protesting Police Violence

Wauwatosa mayor announces changes a week after one protest escalated, with its cause in dispute.

The empty pedestal after protesters took down the Forward statue on the grounds for the state Capitol June 24 in Madison. (Photo © Andy Manis)
Statues Can Be Replaced. Lives Cannot.

Our comfort level should be challenged if real change is to occur.