A man accused of causing a lockdown at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is facing a new charge of felony child abuse.
Authorities say Ashanti Hendricks either dropped or threw the baby he was holding when officers approached him in the neo-natal unit earlier this month. The child suffered a skull fracture.
Prosecutors filed an amended complaint Monday, for the suspect's preliminary hearing. Hendricks waived his right to the hearing and pleaded not guilty to all charges. He's also charged with possessing a gun as a felon and bail jumping.
Wisconsin labor relations officials voted Monday to move ahead with re-certification elections for school district worker unions, in light of a state Supreme Court ruling.
Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining restrictions require public employee unions to hold annual elections to see if members want the organizations to continue representing them in wage negotiations.