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"I see a lot of holes right now:" Activist calls for national conference on police shooting incidents

KENOSHA — A long-time activist hopes to team up once again with the state’s largest police union. The goal is to make Wisconsin the center of a new national discussion. 517 more words

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Friday 26 August - Runs of the Day

Friday was an action packed day, with almost too much racing on the go to keep full tab with – but who likes complaining about that… Ffos Las held a competitive card with a valuable handicap as its feature, in which our single selection picked up some place money. 354 more words

Portland lights the first Fuse

Portland’s Basic Space Gallery presents its first event, “Fuse,” tonight, Friday, August 5, 2016, at 7:00pm. The featured poets: Dee Dee Chapman, Elizabeth Vignali… 67 more words

Poetry

Singing to Succulents

It’s Friday night and I’m waiting for my dough to rise so I can make pizza. This is the kind of person I am. Not to say that I’m a homebody, but I am also the kind of person who’s installed Steam on her computer just to grow a pot of virtual succulents. 578 more words

Music

Krazy Kunst @ Megalo Studio and Gallery

13 Feb – 5 March 2016

This exhibition was a collaboration between two artists in two countries. Michael Bell (Newcastle) and Menno Fahl (Berlin). They have different practices and different artistic roots. 41 more words

Art

Kenosha officer's actions justified after fatal shooting; not everyone believes ruling was fair

KENOSHA — Kenosha County District Attorney Robert Zapf has ruled a fatal officer-involved shooting that happened in Kenosha on March 14th, 2015 was justified. Following that decision, which Zapf announced March 11, hundreds of pages of reports from the Aaron Siler case became public record. 1,060 more words

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An Interview Every Police Officer Needs to Hear

The video interview all police need to see was conducted by one of my colleagues at UW-Platteville, Dr. Patrick Solar.

Pat is a retired chief of police and now teaches in the criminal justice program. 176 more words

Police