A 42-year old U.S. citizen was attacked on Friday when an unidentified white male threw battery acid on his face because he thought the Hispanic man was here illegally.
"Watch out when you take the garbage out, no telling what's lurking out there!" one local resident said after the gator was found on the the 3900 block of North Sherman Boulevard last week.
The father and daughter were treated for their injuries in hospital following the shooting.
"The outpouring of support during this horrific time have been above and beyond what I could have ever imagined," the victim's wife said.
Police said the Milwaukee woman confronted the other driver after a road accident and he pulled a gun.
As the protesters marched down the street on Saturday, a dark colored vehicle suddenly charged towards them.
Ronald Ziedman is accused of a string of offenses including child abduction, false imprisonment, and substantial battery.
Licensed nurse Alisha Newman, suspected of suffering from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, made her daughter have a pacemaker fitted, among other needlessly risky procedures.
"Our transgender siblings have heartbeats," another message, posted by Clackamas United Church of Christ pastor Rev. Adam Ericksen, read.
"In the city in which I live, I hear and see examples of chaos almost everyday," Parks wrote. "Little children are victims of senseless gun violence."
The fight erupted after a former daycare center owner was sentenced over the death of a 7 week old baby.
Wisconsin woman Ebony Smith admitted to pilfering between $50 to $100 every week.
Witnesses feared man would "blow himself up" while ransacking bag being investigated by bomb squad.
A.J. Bayatpour was arrested on battery charges.
A 16-year-old student was arrested following the attack.
The recent acquittals in both Milwaukee and St. Paul follow a highly familiar pattern.
Sykes wrote an opinion that ruled for employers in the fight over Obamacare's contraceptive mandate.
Riots broke out after an armed suspect was shot and killed while fleeing from police.
The Wisconsin governor announced his decision a week before his state's primary.
The two candidates will meet tonight at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Musical instrument appraisers hear constantly from people who think they've stumbled across long-lost violins worth millions.
Civil jury verdicts like the one in Milwaukee could pressure gun sellers into preventing illegal sales.