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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin Annecy Melo cat discover digital follow the action live As us takes on Arizona in the elite eight Nova it Rry or in Iff saturday March 28, 2015 a co Pilot ill the co Pilot who crashed a Jet into a Mountain tuesday May have been hiding an illness from his employer nation i world. A4 5 1 a pop Quot a a yelp 4 mayoral race Paul Soglin Scott Resnick differ on visions for economic development in Madison local. A ground intervention weighed saudi Arabia and Egypt Are considering intervening in Yemen with a ground Force nation a would. A4 officer involved shooting i focus turns to policies Trainin City proposes police task Force Dean Mosiman and Nico Savidge Wisconsin state journal amid demands to do so mayor Paul Soglin and City Council leadership Are proposing a task Force to examine police practices and training especially the use of Force in the Wake of an officer fatally shooting a Black unarmed teen during an altercation on the near East Side on March 6. Soglin and Council leadership Are still refining the proposal which could be introduced to the Council on tuesday and its unclear How big the committee will be who will serve on it or what its exact charge and timeline might be. Quot there will be a task Force a Soglin said Friday. Quot its an important direction for the City. Its a step toward building Confidence Between the Community and the police meanwhile the Wisconsin department of Justice on Friday turned Over its final reports on events that led up to the shooting death of Tony Robinson in to Dane county District attorney Ismael Ozanne. Ozanne has said he does t have a timetable on whether any criminal charges will be filed against the officer. Madison police have said offi cer Matt Kenny shot Robinson in a Williamson Street apartment Home after Robinson punched him in the head and knocked him off balance. Kenny was responding to reports that Robinson was running in traffic and had battered two people. A family member said Robinson had taken hallucinogenic mushrooms prior to the incident. The proposal for a City task Force will be reviewed by City committees with a Council decision on final language expected in late april or May Council president Chris Schmidt said. A task Force perhaps including an outside expert would help avoid institutional Bias and Quot rebuild Trust with a Community that has lost Trust a Schmidt said. Please see police Page a5 us guard Bronson Koenig Arizona Forward Brandon Ashley badgers is. Arizona 3 keys to Victory state journal reporter Jim Polzin and Arizona daily Star reporter Bruce Pascoe take a look at what they see As key factors for each teams Success in tonight game a a rematch of last years elite eight Battle for badgers a free throw denial. Koenig guards must Rise up. Win the rebounding Battle. A3 for Arizona a the Ashley Factor. Apply defensive pressure. Keep emotions in Check a3 in sports Tom Oates done to be surprised if like last year the elite eight rematch Between second seeded Arizona and top seeded Wisconsin is decided in the games final seconds. I stopping Kaminsky Arizona allowed the badgers senior Center to establish himself on the National stage with 28 Points and la rebounds in last years 64-63 us Victory. He had 19 Points and eight rebounds thursday. I action Jackson us senior Point guard Traevon Jackson who played nine productive minutes thursday in his return from a foot injury said he feels Good and is ready for another run. D3 get the insider View follow our reporting team on twitter for All the latest news from los Angeles. Tom Oates Jim Polzin Rob Hernandez @ web extra follow our live Biog for updates All Day As the badgers prepare to take on the wildcats Steele pleads guilty in 2 killings de Treleven . 608-252-6134 a former Dane county sheriffs Deputy pleaded guilty Friday to shooting his wife and sister in Law to death in August at his Home in Fitchburg shifting the focus of his upcoming trial to whether a mental illness makes him not legally responsible for their deaths. In a voice that was slurred and thick from the Progress of Amy trophic lateral sclerosis Alandrew Steele told circuit judge Nicholas Mcnamara that he fun. Understood what he was Dor and what lies ahead for Hun it a jury finds him responsible for the aug. 22 shooting deaths of his wife Ashlee Steele 39, and her sister Kacee Tollefsbol 38. A the maximum is life in prison without the possibility of parole a Steele said. A the minimum would be life in prison with the possibility of parole after 20 years on both Steele 40, last month had pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect to two charges of first degree intentional homicide. Steele a changed pleas Means he admits he killed the women but maintains he is not legally responsible. He claims that als. The terminal disease with which he was diagnosed last june affected his brain causing poor impulse control and affecting his ability to obey the Law. Steele also had been prepared to argue dining the guilt phase of his trial that medication he a taking for his als caused involuntary intoxication and exacerbated his inability to control his please see Steele Page 46 Urban league names new ceo former Dot Deputy Secretary Ruben Anthony says Madison a is at a critical Crossroads Rob Schultz , 608-252-6487 an expert on regional and Urban planning with a reputation As a skilled Collaborator was introduced Friday As the new Leader of the Urban league of greater Madison. Ruben Anthony 52, a former Deputy Secretary of the state department of transportation who was honoured for his work to increase opportunities for minority owned businesses said he is committed to helping find solutions to the racial disparities plaguing the Madison area. A i understand that in a coming in at a time that this con Unity is at a critical said Anthony referring to the protests that followed the death of Tony Robinson a 19-year-old Black Man from Madison who was shot and killed by a White Madison police officer during an alter a please see league Page a6 Ruben Anthony is congratulated by Leslie Ann Howard president of the United Way of Dane county sett after Anthony was introduced As the Urban league of greater Madison s new chief executive officer Friday. Amber Arnold weather. B4 sunny and Chilly. High 39, Low 26 business comics nation world cd obituaries cd opinion a4 sports 83 take five a7 television i Wasj legals is c3 Mcaa tournament elite eight i West regional final 5 09 p.m., los Angeles Tbs Don Ryan associated press archive1 . King state journal

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