Kenosha picks up the pieces

La Estrella Supermarket owner Abel Alejo and Uptown Restaurant owner Yolanda Hernandez owned their businesses for nearly six years before the civil unrest left most of their block in a pile of rubble. Here, Alejo and Hernandez stand inside the middle of the building where their businesses are located on the 6000 block of 22nd Avenue.
La Estrella Supermarket owner Abel Alejo and Uptown Restaurant owner Yolanda Hernandez owned their businesses for nearly six years before the civil unrest left most of their block in a pile of rubble. Here, Alejo and Hernandez stand inside the middle of the building where their businesses are located on the 6000 block of 22nd Avenue. Credit: Andrew Feller
During the second night of the August civil unrest in Kenosha, Uptown Restaurant owner Yolanda Hernandez arrived home around 8 p.m. Like other business owners in Kenosha, Hernandez and La Estrella Supermarket owner Abel Alejo…

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Brandon Anderegg
Brandon covers startups, technology, banking and finance. He previously worked as a general assignment and court reporter for The Freeman in Waukesha. Brandon graduated from UW-Milwaukee’s journalism, advertising and media studies program with an emphasis in journalism. He enjoys live music, playing guitar and loves to hacky sack.

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