Results tagged with 'Shootings'
Published July 30, 2016
As sirens blare through the warm summer air on a recent Milwaukee night, a group of about 40 demonstrators gathered on the corner of North 7th and West Ring Streets near a pedestrian overpass spanning the I-43 freeway, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published July 19, 2016
The following is a joint statement from all members of the Milwaukee Common Council on the ambush of MPD Officer Brandon Baranowski early this past Sunday and other police shootings throughout parts of the nation.
Published July 12, 2016
Author Chinua Achebe's words have been on my mind for the last week, for reasons I hope are obvious. I firmly believe that what the United States needs at this moment is more empathy, a greater sense of shared purpose and shared experience.
Published June 22, 2016
Use of force, such as in a recent controversial Madison police arrest, is never a pretty sight. However, if you review standard police use-of-force continuums - as well as the full story - it's hard to see how this case merits the controversy.
Published June 15, 2016
After the shooting in Orlando, the left rushed to blame guns and Republicans, while Donald Trump and the right rushed to blame the president. It seems that we have forgotten who the bad guy is here - and it's not each other.
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The devastating events in Isla Vista, CA has left people reeling with horror. Unfortunately this type of mental illness is prevalent in these tragic times. With each breaking news story, are we becoming desensitized to violence? I studied news writing in college. I understand the 'if it...
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