MADISON — A bill that would put outside agencies in charge of investigating officer-involved deaths could create conflict and confusion for Wisconsin agencies that have traditionally done it themselves, police observers say.
The measure’s supporters say the new requirements will counter claims that police protect their own from consequences of using deadly force.
Athletes call it being in “The Zone.”
While heading to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, English major Sarah Towle was driving herself crazy with potential interview questions she might need to answer during a recent job fair on campus.
“I was talking to myself, preparing what I would say if someone asked me different questions,” Towle said.
DART — To the two drivers who caused accidents a week ago because they failed to yield the right of way. One driver was taken to the hospital after colliding with another car because he did not yield while turning from 50th Avenue onto 60th Street. A motorcyclist was turning from 19th Avenue onto 52nd Street when he had to swerve to avoid a car driven by a man who failed to yield. What is the big rush? Drivers should take their turn and be a bit more civil.
Let’s play a little game.
We’ll pretend that we’re spending Spring Break right here in Kenosha County — and we’re happy about it!