More damage to many businesses on State Street this morning.

Map. History of Wisconsin conflict

15 August 2020
Milwaukee Police are investigating a double non-fatal shooting that occurred on Monday, June 1, 2020, at approximately 12:52 a.m., on the 2600 block of N. 57th Street. A 21-year-old man sustained non-life threatening injuries.
1 injured in a shooting near S Fairchild St and W Doty St in Madison, Wisconsin
At least 15 people were arrested overnight as demonstrations in downtown Madison turned violent for the second night in a row. The violence once again followed a peaceful protest
Damage left at the Value Beauty on Teutonia Milwaukee, Wisconsin
First pictures from the scene of an officer-involved shooting in Watertown
More damage from downtown. Owners of Insignia Campus Apparel tell they will stay closed until it's safe to reopen. Unsure how much damage has been done and what has been stolen due to looting
Damage even reaching the second story of this Under Armour. Security guard tells several people were seen looting the store overnight
A look at the aftermath along MLK Dr. in Milwaukee Still smells like smoke.
Watertown Police on scene of a shooting at a Kwik Trip Gas Station just of WIS 26. Area taped off and detectives on scene.
State Street once again waking up to damage after another night of unrest and rioting.2 month ago
State Street once again waking up to damage after another night of unrest and rioting.
More damage to many businesses on State Street this morning.
At Target in Sun Prairie -- @sunprairiepd and fire are starting to clear the scene after a looting incident. Also saw a damaged squad car in the parking lot. 2 people have been arrested. Police are still looking for the car that hit the officer's car
A repair crew is at Target off Junction Road on Madison's west side after people shattered glass to the front door. It's unknown if anything was stolen.
A few minutes ago in Milwaukee. Protestors headed east on Juneau in Milwaukee. Milwaukeeprotests GeorgeFloyd
At Royall and Oakland, chanting "Say his name" "George Floyd"
Milwaukee: Protesters march on East on Brady Street from Van Buren
2 injured in a shooting near the 3100 block of N 35th St in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Police blocked off the streets surrounding Bayshore Mall overnight Saturday into Sunday. Glendale was under a curfew from 9 p.m. through 8 a.m
Damage to a Cricket Wireless store in Milwaukee overnight near 22nd and Burleigh
Devastating images of storefronts as the sun comes up in downtown Madison.
Madison police respond to reports of looting at malls to East Towne and West Towne Malls
Protesters on State Street in Madison damaged and set fire to a Madison Police Department car Saturday night amid ongoing protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.​
Several protesters near 27th and Fond du Lac who had climbed on top of a Milwaukee County Transit System bus
A 50-year-old man was shot near North Avenue and Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.​
The scene at Fond du Lac and Burleigh. Police fired tear gas a few minutes ago. Lots of police and traffic in the area
The status on Johnson & State in Madison right now: Trash fire is smoldering. Smaller but vocal crowd is yelling at police. Police line is bigger than it was earlier. They haven't responded lately. Someone in the crowd has fireworks
Several vans with officers leaving district 5 now. National Guard still here
Milwaukee police: MPD will enforce Mayor's proclamation
At the request of Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales, Milwaukee County Sheriff Earnell Lucas, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley, Gov. Tony Evers today authorized the Wisconsin National Guard to support the Milwaukee community’s response to agitators that have disrupted peaceful protests
People protesting George Floyd death here in Milwaukee have entered i43 and are blocking traffic. Police telling them to exit the freeway or they will be arrested
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