An in-house review board met four times to go over evidence before finding Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey did not violate any department policies in the shooting of Jacob Blake.
The Kenosha Police officer who shot Jacob Blake was suspended for three days by the Police Department after the gun he was issued following the Blake shooting was stolen, a Milwaukee TV station is reporting.
Protesters detailing a list of demands, including calling for the firing of the Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake last August, marched, sat and blocked the door to the Public Safety Building Sunday afternoon.
A report from The Guardian based on a data breach shows donations from some government employees to support Kyle Rittenhouse.
While Rusten Sheskey is back at work at the Kenosha Police Department, he is not back on patrol.
The lawsuit argues that Rusten Sheskey put the health of onlookers and of Jacob Blake's children by opening fire, in addition to allegedly having acted with excessive force against Jacob Blake by firing seven times.
A Black man who was shot in the back by a white police officer in Wisconsin, leaving him partially paralyzed and triggering several nights of violent protests, said in an interview broadcast Thursday that he was prepared to surrender just before the officer opened fire.
A week after the announcement that no criminal charges would be filed against the Kenosha Police officer who shot him, Jacob Blake told an interviewer on national TV Thursday that he thought after he was shot that he was going to die in front of his children.
Kyle Rittenhouse flashed a hand sign adopted by some white supremacist groups and was “loudly serenaded” with a song reportedly adopted by the far-right group the Proud Boys as the 18-year-old drank at a Wisconsin bar last week, prosecutors said in a court filing Wednesday.
Demonstrators gathered Monday afternoon outside City Hall for the "March to Fire Sheskey," organized by Leaders of Kenosha organization, deman…
Chaotic protests haven't returned to Kenosha after a prosecutor declined charges against the police officer who shot Jacob Blake, and some who backed demonstrations following the August shooting say they're concerned about safety in a week extremists stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Supporters of Jacob Blake took to the streets in Kenosha on Tuesday night to express their anger at the lack of criminal charges against the police officer who shot Blake in August, but the demonstrations ended peacefully.
The prosecutor’s decision comes nearly five months after video of the shooting sparked peaceful protests and violent demonstrations that ended with two people dead, Antioch teenager Kyle Rittenhouse facing a murder charge, and parts of the southeastern Wisconsin town in ruins.
Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley said investigators concluded Blake was carrying a knife when police responded to a report he was trying to steal a car. Officer Rusten Sheskey said he “feared Jacob Blake was going to stab him with the knife" as he tried to stop Blake from fleeing the scene.
Protests carried peacefully into the night in Kenosha after Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley said there would not be any crim…
In an 87-page report, Kenosha District Attorney Michael Graveley outlined his decision not to file charges against Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey in the shooting of Jacob Blake. Read it for yourself.
In a two-hour press conference, Kenosha District Attorney Michael Graveley outlined his decision not to charge Kenosha Police officer Rusten Sheskey in the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Kenosha District Attorney Michael Graveley is announcing his decision on whether to file charges against Kenosha Police officer Rusten Sheskey in the shooting of Jacob Blake.
An Illinois teenager charged in the slayings of two people during street protests in Wisconsin following the police shooting of a Black man was expected to enter a plea in the case Tuesday.
Authorities in Kenosha are bracing for potential unrest as they prepare for prosecutors to announce whether Officer Rusten Sheskey will face charges in the shooting of Jacob Blake in August.
The family of Jacob Blake and Black community leaders on Monday night in Kenosha called for Officer Rusten Sheskey to be charged and the community to “get loud,” but remain non-violent.
With a charging decision in the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake in August looming, the City of Kenosha, Wisconsin, says it is putting plans in place to ensure the public’s safety.