Isaiah E. Martinez-Phillips, 800 block of Yout Street, Racine, first degree recklessly endangering safety (use of a dangerous weapon), first degree reckless homicide (use of a dangerous weapon).
“Pomp and Circumstance” played as Stephen Curry stepped up to the podium after practice Monday as he prepared with the Golden State Warriors for the Western Conference Finals.
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A Kenosha woman, recognized for turning her life around after missteps as a teen, is among the most recent recipients of a gubernatorial pardon.
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U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, is irrelevant.
The boyfriend of a Kenosha woman found dead at her home after being reported missing weeks before is expected to be charged with her death.
A 29-year-old Mayville man was found guilty of second-degree reckless homicide Tuesday for the 2017 overdose death of a 19-year-old woman.
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When rioters threw rocks and police threw tear gas during the 1970 Allentown Art Festival, Dennis G. Golombek was there. When riots broke out at the University at Buffalo and Buffalo State College, he covered them for the Courier-Express.
As our most important first responders, police are the leading edge of the intersection between government and its people. Like other ambassadors, they must represent the very best in America.
Rendering us virtual children when it comes to how we appraise reality can have very real consequences. It can blind us to the realities that skulk around us at night, and make hypothetical bleak futures into the reality of now.
Ask uncomfortable questions, commit to meaningful education of yourself and each other and work for purposeful change and progress: for ALL people, and at ALL times.
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Lt. Gov Mandela Barnes, who told Isthmus recently he didn't get his undergraduate degree at Alabama A&M University, previously told various reporters he "finished college" in 2008.