Former Madison Police Chief Noble Wray To Investigate Jacob Blake Shooting In Kenosha As Expert ConsultantFormer Madison police Chief Noble Wray will be coming on as a consultant to investigate the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Kenosha last month.
Kenosha Mayor Planning Listening Sessions, Seeking State and Federal Funding As City Begins Rebuilding After Shooting Of Jacob Blake“We need to take a look at racism. We’ve got to take a look at how we are going to deal with issues in our community, because they don’t go away just because someone wants them to go away,” Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian said.
Kenosha Mayor Outlines Plan To Rebuild Following Unrest After Shooting Of Jacob BlakeUnrest in Kenosha following the shooting of Jacob Blake three weeks ago left businesses in Kenosha burned out, and Monday the city laid out a plan to heal and rebuild.
Life Slowly Resumes In Kenosha 3 Weeks After Unrest Sparked By Jacob Blake ShootingThree weeks after riots sparked by the shooting of Jacob Blake, life is slowly returning to normal in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Gaige Grosskreutz, Sole Survivor Of Kenosha Shootings Says He's Still In Constant Pain; 'Both In My Arm, In My Heart'Gaige Grosskreutz said he relives the shooting every day. "That's all I think about," he told CNN in an exclusive interview. "I play it back in my head, I think about it all the time."
Jacob Blake Shooting: CBS News' '60 In 6' On Quibi Correspondent Wesley Lowery Reveals 'Internal Fight' For Raysean White, Who Captured Incident On VideoThe CBS News correspondent discusses his latest story for Quibi's "60 in 6" about the shooting of Jacob Blake and his interviews with Blake's family and Raysean White, who initially uploaded the video of Blake being shot.
Vice President Mike Pence, Democratic VP Candidate Kamala Harris Visit WisconsinBoth visits come a week after their presidential running mates visited Kenosha in the aftermath of looting, protests and the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Kamala Harris Meets With Jacob Blake's Family To Kick Off Wisconsin VisitHarris' morning meeting with Blake's family again underscored the two campaigns' differing approaches to addressing police shootings of Black men and women and the resulting protests, including some that have been violent.
Jacob Blake, Man Shot By Police In Kenosha, Offers Message Of Encouragement From Hospital BedJacob Blake, the man shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin nearly two weeks ago, offered a message of encouragement on Saturday from his hospital bed in Milwaukee.
Jacob Blake Makes Virtual Court Appearance
Joe Biden Speaks To Jacob Blake On The Phone During Wisconsin Visit; 'Nothing Was Going To Defeat Him'Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are in Wisconsin on Thursday afternoon, meeting with the family of Jacob Blake, the Black man shot in the back by Kenosha police last month.
Joe Biden To Meet With Family Of Jacob Blake In Kenosha On ThursdayBiden has strongly condemned recent outbreaks of violence in American cities and laid the blame squarely on President Trump's desk, accusing him of "stoking violence" and calling him a "toxic presence."
Jacob Blake's Family Hopeful He'll Make Full Recovery After Being Shot By Police In Kenosha; 'Why Ask For Half A Prayer?'“We’re asking the country and the world to pray for a full recovery. Why ask for half a prayer? We’re going to ask for it all. We want to see little Jake walk out of there,” said his uncle, Justin Blake, as President Donald Trump was on his way to visit Kenosha.
President Trump Meets With Kenosha Business Owners, Announces $4 Million In Federal Aid To RebuildIn his visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday, President Donald Trump saw firsthand some of the businesses that were burned out there during civil unrest last week, following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police.
President Trump Falsely Takes Credit For 'Immediately' Ending Violence In Kenosha By Sending In National GuardMr. Trump also said his administration will provide $1 million to the Kenosha Police Department, $4 million to support small businesses damaged during the civil unrest of the past week, and $42 million to support public safety statewide in Wisconsin.