More than 1,000 people gathered Saturday in the gyms of Madison East High School to commemorate and honor Tony Robinson, the 19-year-old black teenager who was shot and killed by Madison Police Department Officer Matt Kenny on Williamson Street March 6.
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Madison police arrested a 21-year-old man, who allegedly attacked two men on the 600 block of State Street on Friday, according to an incident report issued by the Madison Police Department.
County officials released the preliminary autopsy results regarding Tony Robinson's death, saying that Robinson died from firearm related injuries, according to an Office of the Dane County Medical Examiner press release.
Thursday night's debate between the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition and Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney featured discussion on jail renovations.
The context of Tony Robinson’s death last week was not ignored by Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Ald. Scott Resnick, District 8, in the sixth of a series of mayoral candidate forums, which was hosted by the Urban League of Greater Madison Thursday.
The Dane County sheriff and the Young, Gifted and Black Coalition debated the ethics behind the renovations to the Dane County Jail Thursday on UW-Madison's campus.
Following two wage thefts reported by employees at the East Washington Burger King, members and supporters of the Workers' Rights Center rallied at the fast food restaurant Thursday.
Protesters of all ages march from the Department of Corrections to the Governor's Mansion, calling for justice.
Madison Police Department Officer Carren Cororan and canine Slim attend police support rally, where a small counterprotest forms chanting Tony Robinson's name to rally attendees.
Protesters’ emotional and powerful demonstration Wednesday, which began in Worthington Park and ended in Maple Bluff, underscored what they saw as systematic failures of the justice system against the backdrop of Tony Robinson’s death last week.
Gathering at the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial Wednesday, members of the Madison community met to show appreciation for the Madison Police Department following the death of Robinson last week.
Dane County Supervisor Shelia Stubbs listens to testimony in favor of community investment.
Young, Gifted and Black leader Eric Upchurch condemns institutional disparities in policing.
Four days after Tony Robinson’s death, protestors of all ages congregated on the steps of City-County Building early Tuesday evening, spurred by a proposed Dane County incarceration study.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin responded to continued protests over the shooting of Tony Robinson in a Tuesday morning press conference.
In what is reported to be gang-related violence in an ongoing dispute, Jeffrey E. Mitchell shot 18-year-old Lawrence E. Drake on Russett Road after firing shots at a group of rival gang members in the parking lot of West Towne Mall Feb. 28, according to the case file.
Ezra Klein, editor-in-chief of the news site Vox.com, critiques political journalism with a crowd of UW-Madison students.
A Madison police officer was scheduled to attend the monthly Bassett Neighborhood Meeting to present on the recent Tony Robinson case. However, the officer did not attend.
Friday’s officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson brought out community members of all ages, who converged in a protest Monday to address officials from university, state and city levels.
The Madison Plan Commission delayed the construction of a new church and elementary school on the east side during its meeting Monday night, after high costs forced architects to change their original plans for the building.