Evers Calls for Action After Black Man Shot Multiple Times in the Back by Kenosha Police Officer
Gov. Evers Calls for Policy Change After Black Man Shot Multiple Times in the Back by Kenosha Police Officer

Jacob Blake is in serious condition after being shot multiple times in the back Sunday.

More than 70 COVID positive after attending large gathering.
72 COVID Positive After Attending Large Event

Positive individuals said they had attended 'large gathering' in last 2 weeks

Jim Carpenter protests Tuesday's scheduled election amid the coronavirus pandemic Monday April 6, 2020, in downtown Milwaukee.  (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Courts Keep Election in Wisconsin, End Absentee Extension

Decisions by conservative courts come barely 12 hours before the polls open

Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales reads the names of the five victims of Wednesday's MolsonCoors shooting during a Thursday afternoon press conference. (Screenshot from WITI-TV)
Victims Named, Inaction on Guns Slammed

Five MolsonCoors employees killed by co-worker with history of conflicts

Gov. Tony Evers addresses reporters following the mass shooting Wednesday at MolsonCoors, previously Miller Brewery, in Milwaukee. (Photo from WITI-TV)
Hours Earlier, an Evers Plea on Guns

Not far from brewery, governor had reacted to continued GOP inaction on gun violence

Rep. Shelia Stubbs, D-Madison, the first African American to be elected to her Assembly seat, addresses a crowd during an event to kickoff Black History Month in the Capitol Rotunda Monday. (Photo by Jessica VanEgeren)
Black WI Lawmakers Renew Focus on Fighting Voter Suppression

Voting rights and the census are cited as vehicles of empowerment to prevent an erosion of rights and freedoms