Kenosha shooter's mother tries to deflect blame from her son
💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions
Kyle Rittenhouse's lawyer to seek dismissal of some Kenosha shooting charges in Thursday hearingA lawyer for Kyle Rittenhouse says there is no legal basis for 2 of the 6 charges against his client and will ask a judge to dismiss them Thursday.
Biden approaches 270 as Trump sues to stop count
Credit: Reuters - Politics Duration: 02:11Published
Jacob Blake Is Released From the Hospital
Credit: Cover Video STUDIO Duration: 01:01Published
A canceled wedding left a $5,000 catering deposit. This couple used it to serve Thanksgiving meals.Emily Bugg and Billy Lewis teamed up with Big Delicious Planet to serve 200 meals to clients of Threshold in Illinois.
Gov. Pritzker calls record Illinois COVID-19 deaths "devastating"Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker held a briefing Thursday on COVID-19 in the state, which this week reported a record number of virus-related deaths. He urged..
Teen bound over for trial in Wis. protest killingsA court commissioner has ruled that there is sufficient evidence to warrant a trial for Illinois teenager Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two men during an..
Watch Live: Illinois governor speaks after record COVID deaths reportedNew cases started trending downward over the past few weeks, although they remain far higher than they were at the start of October.
Wisconsin high court won't let Trump campaign bypass lower courtThe Trump campaign argued that the state's high court should hear its case directly because presidential electors will soon be casting their votes.
Wisconsin’s Top Court Rejects Trump Lawsuit as His Election Push FadesThe Supreme Court in the state narrowed yet another legal path for the Trump campaign as it tries to overturn his loss to Joe Biden.
Wis. gov makes plea for federal money, vaccineGov. Tony Evers is telling President Donald Trump and the state's congressional delegation that Wisconsin needs $466 million to pay for vaccine distribution,..
US frontline health workers discuss virus stressFrontline health care workers with the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and Wisconsin say they are overwhelmed by the spike in COVID-19 cases and frustrated people are..
You Might Like