Community gathers to put an end to gun violence

MADISON(WKOW) — Many in Madison are calling for change after the shooting of 11-year-old Anisa Scott and a summer full of gun violence.

Madison police say there were 29 shots fired cases in June the most in one month at the time.

But it got worse in July, with 44.

This year, there have already been 143 cases, an 88-percent increase over the first half of last year.

With a Unity Walk at Penn Park Sunday, organizers hoped to bring the community together to start a…

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