The school district apologized and is investigating the assignment that also listed Joseph Rosenbaum, one of the protesters Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of killing.
Jacob Blake, the Black man who was shot by Kenosha police, shared a message from his hospital bed on Saturday: "Every 24 hours, it's pain, it's nothing but pain. It hurts to breathe, it hurts to sleep, it hurts to move from side to side, it hurts to eat."
A Kentucky congressman said a teenager charged with fatally shooting two people with a semi-automatic rifle during the unrest in Wisconsin showed “incredible restraint” and acted in self-defense.
Jacob Blake appeared remotely to Kenosha County court on Friday afternoon, Sept. 4. Blake waived his right to a preliminary hearing -- and then pleaded not guilty to three charges that were filed against him back in July.
Biden said Wednesday that the officer who shot Blake should be charged, a sharp contrast to Trump’s support-the-police message when he visited Kenosha a day earlier. The president met with law enforcement, toured some of the damage and called the violence “domestic terrorism,” and made almost no mention of Blake.
At least even people are sought as authorities continue to investigate 20 structure and seven vehicle arsons in Kenosha.
The City of Kenosha ended of its state of emergency curfew Wednesday, a week and a half after civil unrest erupted in response to police shooting a Black man in the back seven times.
President Donald Trump met with members of law enforcement and pastors today in Kenosha but notably not the family of Jacob Blake.
The Milwaukee Bucks completed their playoff series against the Orlando Magic on Saturday, a rescheduled game that was to be played Wednesday.
Facebook made a mistake in not removing a militia group’s page earlier this week that called for armed civilians to enter Kenosha, Wisconsin, amid violent protests after police shot Jacob Blake, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says.
On Saturday, members of Jacob Blake’s family are planning a march in Kenosha. The family has chartered buses and people are expected to arrive from around the country.
The Kenosha Common Council discussed plans for law enforcement to handle crime prevention during continuing demonstrations.
The Kenosha police union offered the most detailed accounting to date on officers' perspective of the moments leading up to police shooting Jacob Blake seven times in the back.
A former Kenosha alderman has "no regrets" about his "call to arms" on Tuesday, Aug. 25 -- even after an Illinois teenager was charged with murdering a pair of protesters.
On Thursday, the NFL and the Player’s Association supported athletes as nine teams optted not to practice in response to the Jacob Blake shooting.
Gov. Evers visited Kenosha for the first time Thursday since unrest unfolded after the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake.
A video director for the conservative website The Daily Caller tweeted Wednesday that he had conducted a video interview with the suspected gunman before the shooting and posted a clip in which the armed young man, standing in front of a boarded-up building, said “our job is to protect this business.”
Police said this began with a citizen tip that the vehicles planned to meet in a remote lot near State Highway 50 and Green Bay Road.
According to a news release from the ACLU, Sheriff Beth’s deputies "not only fraternized with white supremacist counter-protesters on Tuesday but allowed the shooter to leave as people yelled that he was the shooter."
“Jacob did nothing to provoke police. He was a great father and was only intending to get his children out of a volatile situation. Witnesses confirm that he was not in possession of a knife and didn’t threaten officers in any way," Benjamin Crump said in a statement Thursday on the shooting of Jacob Blake by Kenosha police.