Ashley Luthern, Fond du Lac Reporter

Ashley Luthern

Fond du Lac Reporter

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • HTR
  • Daily Herald Media
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • KARE 11
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • USA TODAY
  • KENS 5
  • CBS 8 San Diego
  • 13News Now
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • THV11
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • ksdk.com
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Recent articles by Ashley:

'I'm going to jail for the rest of my life': What Kyle Rittenhouse told the friend who supplied rifle used in the Kenosha protest shooting

A new video of a detective questioning Dominick Black, who bought Kyle Rittenhouse a rifle, provides more details about the Kenosha protest shootings. → Read More

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'I'm going to jail for the rest of my life': What Kyle Rittenhouse told the friend who supplied rifle used in the Kenosha protest shooting

A new video of a detective questioning Dominick Black, who bought Kyle Rittenhouse a rifle, provides more details about the Kenosha protest shootings. → Read More

'I'm going to jail for the rest of my life': What Kyle Rittenhouse told the friend who supplied rifle used in the Kenosha protest shooting

A new video of a detective questioning Dominick Black, who bought Kyle Rittenhouse a rifle, provides more details about the Kenosha protest shootings. → Read More

City admits former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales denied due process when he was demoted

City Attorney Tearman Spencer is asking a judge to send the matter back to the commission so Alfonso Morales can have a disciplinary appeal trial. → Read More

An amusement park, a bar and museums: Wisconsinites cast their ballots at unusual polling locations

These Wisconsin polling locations aren't your typical schools, gymnasiums or municipal buildings. → Read More

Want to question the three finalists to be Milwaukee's next police chief? Here's your chance.

The finalists will appear at a virtual forum from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday. A second session is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 21. → Read More

Milwaukee police ask for help in search for missing 3-year-old boy, Elijah Jackson

Elijah Jackson was last seen in the 3400 block of North 23rd Street about 11 a.m. Monday and was still missing Tuesday morning, according to police. → Read More

'I shot two white kids': New records detail Kyle Rittenhouse's surrender to hometown cops

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel obtained Kyle Rittenhouse's arrest report after suing under Illinois open records law. → Read More

Why are homicides nearing a record high in Milwaukee this year? Here are some theories.

Homicides are reaching historic levels in Milwaukee and other cities. Here's what experts think is behind the spike. → Read More

City Fire and Police Commission member and executive director planning to exit Friday

Fire and Police Commissioner Raymond Robakowski cited the panel's dysfunction as one of the factors leading to his resignation. → Read More

'Another form of redlining': Milwaukee among cities named in lawsuit against Redfin, an online real estate firm

The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council has joined the National Fair Housing Alliance in suing Seattle-based Redfin. → Read More

Three Milwaukee police chief finalists, all outside candidates, selected by Fire and Police Commission

The finalists are Malik Aziz of the Dallas Police Department, Chris Davis of the Portland Police Department and Hoyt Mahaley, an FBI agent. → Read More

'I'm not going to back down': Former Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales talks Barrett, ouster in radio interview

"I was never his guy and I was never going to be his guy," former Police Chief Alfonso Morales said of Mayor Tom Barrett. → Read More

Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett removes head of Equal Rights Commission

Barrett wrote in a letter to Chairman Chez Ordoñez that he was removing Ordoñez from the commission effective immediately but did not provide a reason in writing. → Read More

Officers are rarely charged with shootings in Milwaukee County. It's even rarer for them to be convicted.

Of four officers in Milwaukee County charged in a police-related shooting in the past 50 years, only one was convicted and sentenced to prison. → Read More

Self-defense and 'reasonableness': Why prosecutors so rarely charge police officers in on-duty shootings

Since 2015, more than half of the murder or manslaughter cases brought against officers nationwide have ended in acquittals or deadlocked juries. → Read More

Outside investigator: Tosa officer should be fired, citing 'extraordinary' risk of a fourth fatal shooting

Allowing Joseph Mensah to continue as a Tosa police officer creates an "extraordinary, unwarranted and unnecessary risk," a former U.S. attorney found. → Read More

'Absurd and unjust': A woman says Milwaukee police violated her rights as a victim and is suing to have her case investigated elsewhere

The woman says police failed to notify her of developments in her rape investigation, did not protect her privacy and has not contacted her in a year. → Read More

'My honor and privilege': Milwaukee's fire chief to retire, opening another key vacancy in city safety services

The retirement means Milwaukee will be searching for a new fire chief, police chief and executive director for the Fire and Police Commission. → Read More

Two Milwaukee police officers resigned rather than be fired after being caught on video punching a robbery suspect

At least 246 law enforcement officers in Wisconsin have quit instead of being fired from 2017 to June 2020, according to state records. → Read More