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Family of Slain WI Deputy Receives Signed Packers Jersey, Honored by Sheriffs' Association

August 17, 2017
The family of a Wisconsin sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty received a special gift from the Green Bay Packers and sheriffs across the state, according to the Badger State Sheriff's Association.

Video: WI Officer Struck by Alleged Drunk Driver, in Critical Condition

July 24, 2017
Officer Brian Murphy, a two-year veteran of the force, has had two surgeries. The first surgery was "life-saving," according to Ashwaubenon Public Safety. "He's in bad shape," Capt. Jody Crocker said.

WI Officer Struck by Alleged Drunk Driver, in Critical Condition

July 24, 2017
Officer Brian Murphy, a two-year veteran of the force, has had two surgeries. The first surgery was "life-saving," according to Ashwaubenon Public Safety. "He's in bad shape," Capt. Jody Crocker said. More Here.

Video: Milwaukee Chief Threatened with Firing If He Doesn’t Allow More Vehicle Pursuits

July 24, 2017
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn has just seven days to amend a policy to allow officers to chase more suspects -- or he could be fired. Flynn says those changes will mean more innocent deaths.

Milwaukee Chief Threatened with Firing If He Doesn’t Permit More Vehicle Pursuits

July 24, 2017
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn has just seven days to amend a policy to allow officers to chase more suspects -- or he could be fired. Flynn says those changes will mean more innocent deaths. More Here.

Jury Awards WI Family $7 Million Over Fatal Police Shooting of Suicidal Woman

July 14, 2017
A jury found two Madison, WI, police officers used "unreasonable force" when they shot and killed a 26-year-old woman who was pointing a gun at her head during a 2014 incident. The jury also awarded her family $7 million in damages following the Thursday verdict.

Milwaukee Chief Calls WI Concealed Carry Law “Irresponsible”

June 29, 2017
The audience at the town hall meeting was able to submit written questions for the panel. One asked Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn whether Wisconsin's concealed carry law contributes to the violence. Flynn said it does, saying because only convicted felons are barred from permits, so-called "human holsters" with cleaner records hold guns for big-time drug dealers.

Former Milwaukee Officer Acquitted of Homicide in Fatal OIS

June 21, 2017
A former Milwaukee police officer was acquitted by a jury Wednesday in the fatal shooting of a man last year. The shooting set off days of protests and riots in the city.

Footage of Milwaukee OIS That Sparked 2016 Riots Shown at Officer's Homicide Trial

June 16, 2017
The bodycam video from Dominique Heaggan-Brown, 25, and another officer on the scene have been the focal point of the trial. Heaggan-Brown is facing 60 years in prison if he's convicted of first-degree reckless homicide for the death of 23-year-old Sylville Smith.

Bills Would Set Statewide Police Use of Force Policies in Wisconsin

May 18, 2017
A set of Democratic bills proposed Wednesday would set statewide policies for police use of force in Wisconsin. But the head of the state's largest law enforcement union says many of those rules are already in place throughout the state

Milwaukee Sheriff Clarke Says He's Accepted DHS Job

May 17, 2017
Clarke said in an interview on WISN-AM on Wednesday that he had taken a job as assistant secretary with the Department of Homeland Security and would start in June.

WI Officer Reunited with Boy He Saved 11 Years Ago

April 24, 2017
Fast-forward 11 years and one of Tomlin's assignments for music class was to write a story about a hero. More Here.

Video: WI Officer Reunited with Boy He Saved 11 Years Ago

April 24, 2017
Fast-forward 11 years and one of Tomlin's assignments for music class was to write a story about a hero.

Wisconsin Trooper Killed in Single-Car Rollover Wreck

April 11, 2017
A Wisconsin State Patrol trooper was killed in a rollover wreck on Interstate 90 Tuesday morning, officials said.

Gunshot Strikes Milwaukee Squad, Officer Hurt by Broken Glass

April 3, 2017
As two Milwaukee police officers sat in a parked squad, a bullet struck the windshield. They were just one block away from Milwaukee Police District Seven.

Wisconsin Officer, 3 Others Killed in Shooting Spree

March 23, 2017
An Everest (WI) Metro police officer and three others are dead following a shooting spree Wednesday afternoon.

Video: ACLU Sues Milwaukee Alleging Police “Stop and Frisk” Tactics

February 23, 2017
The Milwaukee Police Department is in the sights of the American Civil Liberties Union in Wisconsin which has filed a lawsuit over who officers stop and why.

ACLU Sues Milwaukee Alleging Police “Stop and Frisk” Tactics

February 23, 2017
The Milwaukee Police Department is in the sights of the American Civil Liberties Union in Wisconsin which has filed a lawsuit over who officers stop and why.

Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office Uses Facebook to Respond to Man who Claims Sheriff Clarke Abused Power

January 20, 2017
The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office posted a meme on its Facebook page Thursday featuring a picture of a man who says Sheriff David Clarke abused the power of his office after the man took exception to the sheriff's support of the Dallas Cowboys over the Green Bay Packers on a flight from Dallas.

Former Officer Charged Over Shooting That Sparked Milwaukee Riots

December 15, 2016
Former Milwaukee police officer Dominque Heaggan-Brown who shot and killed Sylville Smith in September, sparking days of rioting in the city's Sherman Park neighborhood, has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide.
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