By TAMMY WEBBER and MORRY GASH Associated Press KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin's governor summoned the National Guard for fear of another round of violent protests Monday after the police shooting of a Black man turned Kenosha into the nation's latest flashpoint city in a summer of racial unrest. Democratic Gov. Tony Evers said 125 members of the National Guard would be in Kenosha by night with responsibility for 'guarding infrastructure and making sure our firefighters and others involved are protected.' County authorities also announced an 8 p.m. curfew. The move came after protesters set cars on fire, smashed windows […]
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