City of Madison

Third day of George Floyd protests shuts down John Nolen Drive for over six hours

Protestors marched to the intersection after a press conference kicked of a week of action

City of Madison

National Guard called during second night of George Floyd protests

Protestors lapped the Capitol several times before police and National Guard pushed them back with tear gas


When it comes to violence against youth, there is heroism in hesitation

Following MPD's violent treatment of distressed teen, department must revisit best practices, regardless of incident's legality

UW-Madison Campus

Former Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice says Fourth Amendment validates racial profiling

The way people of color are policed is a 'visible reminder' of pervasive racial inequality, Justice Geraldine Hines says


Body cameras do not lessen police brutality, only structural changes can prevent institutional racism

Madison Finance Committee approved funding for body camera pilot program, despite studies that show they're not effective in preventing police brutality


Bronson vs. Kaepernick: Not all protests are created equal

While some athletes choose to sit in protests, others are standing up


Letter to the Editor: Don’t be fooled, you still have a third choice this November

Supporting the Stein campaign is a crucial step towards a future of independent politics

City of Madison

City Council seeks to mend community-police relations through new subcommittee

Alders, MPD work together to address major concerns of Madison residents

City of Madison

Genele Laird’s arresting officers cleared of excessive force allegations

Madison Police Department, Dane County Sheriff's Office studies found officers took no unlawful action


Dear America: How offended are you by minority empowerment?

As tension between black community, law enforcement escalates, #AllLivesMatter hypocrisy is revealed