A Milwaukee restaurant owner said he’ll likely continue to serve customers despite not having a license until city officials show up and close him down, and he took aim at an alderman he called a “little mayor” who did nothing to help a small business in need.
An officer-involved shooting earlier this month at a Sheboygan tavern was a case of suicide-by-cop by a U.S. veteran who’d dreamed of killing police officers, the district attorney said Friday.
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he expects some “consternation” with the United Kingdom’s move to withdraw from the European Union, but said he doesn’t think the move will throw the U.S. and world economies into turmoil.
A teacher’s aide who was seen on video attacking a student in a classroom was lured into the confrontation by the student and his friends in an effort to “get rid of” the aide, according to a court document filed Friday.
The owner of Leon’s Frozen Custard, a favorite treat location on Milwaukee’s south side, acknowledged Wednesday that he has a rule in place that prevents his employees from speaking to customers in Spanish, but he said it doesn’t come from a place of discrimination or racism.
Mayor Tom Barrett on Friday morning said the street code against “snitching” is a “bunch of crap,” and he implored residents who have information about a Thursday night shootout that critically injured a little girl and left more than 40 shell casings in the street to come forward.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley’s most pointed messages at Tuesday night’s debate stemmed from written words: those she wrote