Category Archives: Crime

Why are Madison middle school principals leaving?

WANTED: More Milton McPikes, fewer guilt mongers  Obsessed with identity politics, Madison school board member Ali Muldrow posts on social media an article headlined:  “The discomfort of white adults should never take priority over the success of our black and brown … Continue reading

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Teens stealing cars are diversifying into new scam

Be careful out there! Remember Sonny at the toll booth? Car in front of him backs up to block his exit? Our young people are emulating that one but, fortunately, not with Tommy guns. … A neighbor from Prairie Hills … Continue reading

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Madison schools, teach Restorative Driver’s Ed at age 14

If kids are going to steal cars, could they at least be taught how to drive safe? Someone is going to get killed, yet From the Madison Police log: A car, stolen after its owner left it warming up, crashed … Continue reading

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Progressive alder’s family is burglarized by repeat offender; she proposes still more restorative justice

Ald. Rebecca Kemble: Maybe things will get better now that Chief Koval is gone Wants ‘community-based solutions’ The secretive shareholders of Blaska Policy Werkes thank Madame Brenda Konkel for her faithful, gavel-to-gavel transcription of the Madison Common Council’s budget deliberations Tuesday … Continue reading

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Southwest side neighborhood pleads for more police

‘City leaders are not hearing our voices’ Calls Satya’s rapid bus transit a ‘want’ not a need “Our neighbors’ priorities run strikingly counter to those embodied in the 2020 city budget you are currently working on.” — Orchard Ridge neighborhood association … Continue reading

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If the city won’t act, will property owners patrol violent State Street? 

… Because the mayor proposes more free stuff Maria Milsted has had enough. Which means the bums, druggies, and shake-down thugs infesting upper State Street — just one block from the state Capitol — are on notice. One week ago … Continue reading

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