With just over six weeks until Kyle Rittenhouse stands trial, a Kenosha judge will hold a motion hearing Friday morning, Sept. 17 that could shape what evidence is presented to the jury. The Illinois man is charged in the deaths of two people during protests in summer 2020.
Jacob Blake, who was left paralyzed from the waist down after he was shot by a white police officer in Wisconsin, expects to be walking soon, an accomplishment he says is tempered by fears of it happening again.
Boards are still up as Kenosha business owners reflect on the last year after the police shooting of Jacob Blake on Aug. 23, 2020.
Monday, Aug. 23 marks one year since Jacob Blake was shot by a Kenosha police officer.
Community organizers gathered for a “Justice for Jacob Blake” rally ahead of the one-year anniversary of the police shooting of Blake Aug. 23, 2020.
The family of one of the two men fatally shot during a demonstration against police violence in Kenosha, has filed a federal civil lawsuit against law enforcement, accusing officers of facilitating Kyle Rittenhouse's attacks.
A federal grand jury has indicted four men, in two separate cases, for various offenses committed during the unrest in Kenosha in August 2020.
Officials in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have denied a claim for damages from Jacob Blake Jr., the Black man who was paralyzed when he was shot by a white police officer last summer.
After more than a year of marching in Milwaukee, calling for major changes to policing, activists stood right outside the Wisconsin Assembly chamber with a message: “Enough is enough.” They say bipartisan policing bills don't go far enough.
Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois man accused of killing two people during the chaotic protests that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin, was due Friday to make his first in-person court appearance.
The Virginia police lieutenant who was fired from the department in April after anonymously donating to a fundraiser to benefit Kyle Rittenhouse said his ousting came in only a matter of days, despite that the process typically takes months.
Justin Blake says he's still dealing with pain after his arrest and subsequent hold in a restraint chair at the Kenosha County Jail.
A small group of protesters blocked the entrance to the Kenosha Police Department, bringing their demands for justice to the front door of the police station, demanding the police officer who shot Jacob Blake last August be fired.
The officer who shot Jacob Blake has returned to the force in Kenosha, and Blake's family says Officer Rusten Sheskey lost his service weapon while on paid leave, resulting in a new investigation.
Sheskey's leave ended March 31. He was cleared of wrongdoing in the incident by the Kenosha County District Attorney's Office in January.
Fifty-five people are facing charges related to violent demonstrations in Kenosha, following the police shooting of Jacob Blake last summer, police said Friday, March 26.
Jacob Blake Jr. was shot by Kenosha Officer Rusten Sheskey in August while Blake was about to get into an SUV during a domestic dispute. Blake's federal complaint against Sheskey, the only defendant, is seeking unspecified damages.
The trial for an 18-year-old from Illinois accused of killing two people and wounding a third during a protest against police brutality in Wisconsin was pushed back Wednesday by seven months and could be delayed even longer.
The group has a goal to draft new laws to make Wisconsin more equitable. Thursday's hearing went on the road to Kenosha -- where Jacob Blake was shot seven times by a police officer in August 2020.
A Zion, Illinois man is charged in Kenosha County with crimes he allegedly committed last August -- a day after the police shooting of Jacob Blake.