Fayette County Schools came under fire after a fifth-grade class assignment on police violence and racial injustice was shared on Facebook.
The shooting took place hours after a large caravan of President Donald Trump supporters arrived in Portland, Oregon on Saturday.
It's not clear if the president's visit on Tuesday will include a meeting with the family of Jacob Blake, whose shooting by a police officer sparked fresh protests against police brutality.
Attorney General Keith Ellison, who will be the case's lead prosecutor, filed motions seeking "upward departure" in the sentencing guidelines, meaning that he is asking the judge to impose a sentence greater than what the guideline range provides.
Patrick Cafferty, Blake's lawyer, told CNN's Sara Sidner that the restraints were removed after he agreed to a court hearing on the warrants, where they were vacated.
"The voice of those people is not falling upon deaf ears. We are hearing what is being said," Chief Daniel Miskinis said on Thursday.
Three days after the police shooting set off unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin and several other cities, state authorities have revealed some of the first details about what led up to it.
The man worked at a long-standing mattress store in the city and arrived at the shop that night to witness protesters attempting to set it on fire.
After South Carolina police beat a man until he was blind, radio broadcast Orson Welles compared their actions to Nazi Germany.
Prosecutors in Kenosha County, Wisconsin charged Blake, 29, with third-degree sexual assault, trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with domestic abuse last month.
"I think we have to create a threshold where, once you cross the threshold, Wisconsin, the United States, builds warehouses where we put these people," County Sheriff David Beth said in January 2018.
Julia Jackson said the violence and destruction taking place in Kenosha, Wisconsin after police shot her son is not what her family wants.
The 29-year-old is reported to be paralyzed from the waist down following the police shooting which has sparked mass protests and riots.
Data from Mapping Police Violence reveals police in the U.S. have killed 751 people so far in 2020.
A video livestreamed by an activist on the protest march showed shots being fired outside a home in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.
Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, remains in hospital after being shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Sunday.
The city in Wisconsin has become the latest flashpoint for unrest after a video circulated online showing Kenosha Police shooting Blake, a Black man, in the back.
Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump has been retained by the family of Jacob Blake, who is fighting for his life after being shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Blake, 29, is in hospital in a serious condition after being shot in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump said Blake's children "will be traumatized forever" after watching police shoot their father.
In a video circulating on social media, an officer is seen firing his gun at Blake as he leans into a vehicle.
"This is not the reform I wanted," Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto said, "and that I continue to believe in today."
A riot was declared after some people attacked the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building on Southwest Macadam Avenue.
The lawyer for Thomas Lane, who is charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter, says his client "did nothing wrong" in a new court filing.
Officers used crowd control munitions to disperse the crowd after the windows of the Multnomah County Building were smashed and burning material thrown inside.
Martell threatened to kill the first officer, calling him a "racist" as other officers took him into custody.
A video shows an unidentified officer reveal to someone who appears to be a Black Lives Matter protester: "I'm leaving, you guys won."