Thursday, March 5
Members of the Wisconsin Assembly settle in for a marathon 20-hour session on the so-called right-to-work legislation. They later pass the controversial anti-union bill Friday morning.
Friday, March 6
Madison Police officer Matt Kenny shoots and kills Tony Robinson, an unarmed biracial teen who allegedly punched him in the head.
Saturday, March 7
Activists mobilize to protest Robinson's death, marching from the Dane County jail to the site of the shooting on Williamson Street.
National media descend on the city, with television crews setting up at the Spirit gas station on Williamson Street and waiting to see if Madison would become the next Ferguson, Mo.
The Madison Police Department names Matt Kenny, a 12-year MPD veteran, as the officer who shot Robinson.
Sunday, March 8
Robinson's friends and family gather for a candlelight vigil on Williamson Street, culminating a weekend of peaceful protests.
Monday, March 9
Wisconsin becomes the 25th "right-to-work" state as Gov. Scott Walker signs the bill into law at a Brown Deer company that threatened outsourcing if the bill did not pass.
Hundreds of Madison-area students walk out of classes to continue protesting Robinson's death, filling the Capitol Rotunda and marching along city streets.
The "Bitcoin Baron" claims responsibility for a cyberattack -- in retaliation for Robinson's death -- that intermittently shuts down city of Madison website. "Anonymous" also claims responsibility. See story here.
Wednesday, March 11
After days of demonstrations demanding "Justice for Tony," counterprotesters hold a rally in support of Madison police officers and sheriff's deputies at the law enforcement memorial on the Capitol Square.