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Wray hints IG report played role in McCabe departure

FBI Director Chris Wray hinted to FBI staff in an all-employee email that a government watchdog investigation played a role in FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's departure Monday, sources who have seen the memo told CNN.

City officially swears in new police chief

Koval has been with department for almost 30 years

The Madison police force is officially under new leadership. Mike Koval was sworn in Wednesday afternoon. He's Madison's 29th chief in the department's 158-year history.

Family to sue Madison officer over fatal shooting

Family of man shot and killed by Madison police officer last year to sue officer, city, chief

A lawyer for the relatives of a Madison man shot and killed by a police officer last year says the family is suing the officer and the City of Madison.

Family to sue Madison officer over fatal shooting

Family of man shot and killed by Madison police officer last year to sue officer, city, chief

A lawyer for the relatives of a Madison man shot and killed by a police officer last year says the family is suing the officer and the City of Madison.

Family to sue Madison officer over fatal shooting

Family of man shot and killed by Madison police officer last year to sue officer, city, chief

A lawyer for the relatives of a Madison man shot and killed by a police officer last year says the family is suing the officer and the City of Madison.

Wray's career defined by failure to supervise Officer Heimsness

Chief Wray started working for the Madison Police Department around the time Paulie Heenan was born. He's had achievements over his 28-year tenure, but we will always remember him by his career defining failure to properly supervise, investigate, and reprimand a bigoted, volatile cop until after he ended our friend Paulie Heenan's life.

Madison's mayor addresses complaints against Heimsness

Soglin says Heimsness situation is the most serious police incident in 40 years

Mayor Paul Soglin said the city has to make it clear that certain actions are unacceptable, particularly those similar to messages listed in a complaint from Madison Police Chief Noble Wray.