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St. Croix Co. DA delays giving evidence to defense lawyers

The St. Croix County District Attorney keeps certain, potentially exculpatory evidence from defendants and their lawyers for much of the pretrial process as “standard...

Marching for immigrant workers’ rights Immigrant essential workers march for recognition,...

“When we fight for immigration reform we are fighting for democracy itself,” said Christine Nuemann-Ortiz, executive director of the immigrant-rights group Voces de la...

Maps show Milwaukee’s overdoses on the rise without new treatment options...

In Milwaukee County, 544 people died of a drug overdose in 2020. For the city and county it was a new record, breaking the...

Legislature finally sends action on police reform to Evers, as some...

On Wednesday — 388 days since a Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd and 298 days since a Kenosha police officer shot Jacob Blake...

Suburban Republican calls for National Guard to patrol Milwaukee ‘war zone’

A Waukesha County Republican said that armed troops patrolling the streets of Milwaukee is necessary for residents to feel like they don’t live in...

Democrats plead with Republicans to discuss criminal justice reform 'We have...

Criminal justice reform — an area where other states have found bipartisan cooperation on creating a more compassionate and cost-effective system — continues to...

Anti-defund the police bill sparks heated Senate debate A Republican bill...

“It seems that there’s only one thing that you guys don’t want to defund, and everything else be damned,” said Sen. Chris Larson (D-Milwaukee),...

Wauwatosa chief candidates have links to Milwaukee PD

Update: A virtual meeting where some questions from the public, which were vetted by the City of Wauwatosa, will be asked of the chief...

State examines funds spent on emergency deployment to Floyd protests

The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) was set to examine requests made by the Department of Military Affairs to increase the amount of money spent...

Oneida Co. judge threatens to jail a woman for not spending...

A 22-year-old single mother in Oneida County faces 60 days in jail for contempt of court because she didn’t spend her stimulus check on...
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