Last month, the Wisconsin Municipal Mutual Insurance Company decided to settle a wrongful death lawsuit brought against the City of Madison for the 2015 shooting of Tony Robinson by Madison […]
Tony Castaneda interviews Greg Gelembiuk of the Community Response Team (CRT) about Madison Police Chief Mike Koval’s leadership and policy problems, especially use of force policies. CRT is spearheading a […]
Morning Buzz guest host Brian Standing (sitting in for Jonathan Zarov) plays the recorded statement by Madison Police Chief Mike Koval describing the officer-involved shooting that occurred at the corner […]
Hundreds of people came together in Madison Sunday to mark the one-year anniversary of Tony Robinson’s death with calls for remembrance and renewed calls for justice. Darien Lamen reports.
State lawmakers heard public testimony this week on a controversial bill that would penalize local law enforcement for not fully cooperating with federal immigration authorities. The bill’s author suggests that so-called “Sanctuary Cities” like Madison have loose immigration enforcement standards that may provide cover for dangerous undocumented criminals. Immigrant rights advocates in Madison expressed concern that the measure would only drive undocumented immigrants into the shadows, while the Madison Police Chief was puzzled about why legislators considered Madison a “sanctuary” in the first place. Darien Lamen reports.
MADISON (WORT) — Isthmus editor Joe Tarr reports on the call for reform of the Madison Police Department’s deadly force policy following the officer-involved shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson.