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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Gina Heeb


CITY NEWS

Alec Cook’s journal, filled with women’s names ‘systematically’ written in it, could be excluded from trials

When a Madison Police Department detective opened a drawer in the apartment of former UW-Madison student Alec Cook — who faces 21 counts, including second-degree sexual assault, felony stalking and strangulation in cases involving nearly a dozen women — he found a Ziploc bag with a leather journal inside. In search of evidence like hair or condom wrappers following Cook’s arrest, MPD Detective Grant Humerickhouse began flipping through the notebook.

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The debate over the Confederate memorial in Forest Hills Cemetery will continue after an alder appealed a city commission’s decision to reject the memorial’s removal.

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The Madison Landmarks Commission broke from the Equal Opportunities Commission in recommending that a confederate monument be kept in an area cemetary, with an added display giving context to the memorial.

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After Mayor Paul Soglin and Common Council clashed over the sale of alcohol at Taco Bell’s State Street location, the chain is suing for unfair denial of their liquor license.

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A Massage Envy located on McKee Road fired an employee last year after he sexually assaulted a client.

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