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Kenny's attorney reacts to conclusion of MPD's internal review into shooting

Updated: Jun 03, 2015 02:41 PM

 The executive director of the Wisconsin Professional Police Association said Officer Matt Kenny's long-term goal is to return to patrol as part of the Madison Police Department.


Documents released in Robinson shooting investigation

The Wisconsin Department of Justice has just released more than a thousand pages of documents gathered in the investigation into the officer-involved shooting death of Tony Robinson. More>>

DA: Officer will not be charged in shooting death of Tony Robinson

We've just learned the Dane County District Attorney's decision in the officer-involved shooting death of Tony Robinson. More>>

Demonstrators, police at odds over arrests at Tuesday protest

Demonstrators who blocked traffic in Madison Tuesday are calling out the police department for arresting them during what they called a "peaceful protest" but police leaders say the activists' actions were what brought on the arrests.


UPDATE: Arrests follow protest during National Day of Action

Police say four people were arrested and 11 others were cited and released after they blocked traffic on East Washington Avenue during a demonstration against officer-involved shootings. More>>

Prosecutor will give notice on whether to charge officer

The Dane County District Attorney says he has received all of the state's reports in the fatal police shooting of an unarmed biracial teen and will provide two days' notice before releasing his decision on whether to file charges against the white police officer. More>>

Soglin slams arrested protesters

Madison mayor Paul Soglin criticized demonstrators who shut down East Washington Avenue Tuesday in protest of the deadly police shooting of Tony Robinson.

Madison leaders release PSA pleading for peace ahead of Robinson shooting decision

Leaders from Madison's African-American community have taken to YouTube to issue a plea to parents to engage in meaningful conversations with their children ahead of the Dane County District Attorney's decision on whether to press charges against the officer who shot and killed Tony Robinson on March 6th of this year. More>>

Community gathering aims to calm tensions before DA releases decision on officer-involved shooting

Healing together is the message from the family of Tony Robinson during a community gathering at James Madison Park Sunday afternoon. The event featured live music, poetry and tributes to Robinson that honor the person and not the controversy that surrounds his death.

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