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Alex Hornibrook threw for four touchdowns, leading Wisconsin to a New Year’s Six victory in South Florida and raising expectations for 2018.
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Ryan dabbles as a professor for the Wisconsin Bastards in the college town of Mastodon.
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Matt Forte selling more jerseys in Wisconsin than Aaron Rodgers
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A 19-year-old teen was shot and killed Friday evening (March 6) after a confrontation with a police officer in Madison, Wisconsin. Initial reports say the teen, Anthony “Tony” Robinson, was unarmed.
Reports the New York Times:
Wisconsin police fatally shot an apparently unarmed African-American teenager on Friday, prompting dozens of people to protest at the site of the killing, according to police and videos published on social media.
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval told reporters that an officer responded to a disturbance at around 6:30 p.m. local time and later forced his way into an apartment that the 19-year-old, who was also suspected of a recent battery, had gone into.
Koval said that a struggle between the suspect and the officer ensued and the teen was fatally shot, according to a recording of the news conference published by broadcaster WKOW.
”The initial finding at the scene did not reflect a gun or anything of that nature that would have been used by the subject,” Koval said.
These circumstances—a cop and an unarmed Black man confronting each other and the latter ends up dead—are way too common.
Check out images from the scene and subsequent protests in the following pages.
Photo: Courtesy of Michael Johnson
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Actor Dustin Diamond, who played the nerdy “Screech” on the sitcom “Saved by the Bell,” appears in court in Wisconsin where he is accused of stabbing a man. Nathan Frandino reports.
Police arrested Dustin Diamond, better known as “Screech” in the 1980s sitcom, “Saved by the Bell,” on Friday in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
Paul Chryst is coming home to coach Wisconsin.