November 2012
 
Friday, November 30, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
4:36 pm Gov. Walker. National Governors Association Executive Committee to meet with President Obama.
2:18 pm Gov. Walker. Leads meeting to discuss drought impact and response. Letter from USDA.
10:01 am Gov. Walker. Bureau of Labor Statistics verifies job growth.
   
11:05 am La Crosse Tribune. Walker fails to bag a deer this year.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Walker outlines plan to create jobs, strengthen economy.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Walker should open some tour stops to public.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Walker didn't consult poll workers about ending same-day voter registration.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Governor hears ideas from La Crosse foundry workers.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Petitions delivered to Walker's office. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
Legislative
5:37 pm Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces standing committees.
4:08 pm Speaker-elect Vos. Names Assembly JFC members. Rep. Knudson. Rep. LeMahieu. Rep. Kooyenga. Rep. Klenke. Rep. Kramer.
3:57 pm Rep. Williams. Welcomes Medford and Stetsonville 4th grade students to Capitol.
3:52 pm Sen. Leibham. To hold constituent input sessions.
1:10 pm Rep. Taylor. Unfounded charge dismissed against Capitol protestor.
11:31 am Rep. Kleefisch. Column regarding mining.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Rematch fight in store over proposal to change mining laws. Janesville Gazette.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mining expert wants changes to Assembly bill. Wisconsin Reporter.
6:30 am Menomonee Falls Patch. Rep. Knodl: Addressing business regulations.
State Agencies
4:51 pm WEDC. Statement on internal review and report to WEDC board. Appleton Post Crescent.
2:45 pm DHS. State health officials report increased flu case numbers and encourage vaccinations. WAOW.
2:26 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
11:33 am DWD. Updated second quarter '12 job data now available on WORKnet.
8:00 am DWD. Meetings and hearings. Additional meeting.
6:30 am Dept. of Tourism. Real Racine receives two tourism grants totaling over $43,700.
   
6:30 am WISN. Commander uncertain about Air National Guard future.
6:30 am NBC 26. Union claims veteran's home in critical state.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Menasha interchange work faces 2-year delay.
Economy/Business
2:26 pm Integrys Group. Wisconsin Public Service sends natural gas workers to assist New Jersey utility in restoring service lost due to Sandy.
8:38 am OEM Fabricators. Recently hosted Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation executive.
7:51 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. Personal income and outlays, October 2012. Reuters.
   
12:37 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Area manufacturing remains slow, Marquette survey says.
11:03 am Milwaukee Business Journal. OEM Fabricators hiring 100, adding fourth location.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Lines stretch out the door at Generac event in Whitewater.
6:30 am Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Menards to fly Wisconsin workers in to staff store in N.D. oil patch.
Statewide
3:53 pm Planned Parenthood. On World AIDS Day, Planned Parenthood health centers and other reproductive health care providers are poised to play key role in delivering new HIV coverage to Americans.
2:34 pm Dairy Business Association.  Elects new members to their Board of Directors.
2:16 pm Wisconsin Family Action. Pro-family organization shares Christmas message at state Capitol.
1:03 pm Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. AAA claims false regarding E15 fuel use.
12:42 pm Enough Already WI. Ho-Chunk: Six casinos is not enough.  Aggressive push for a Beloit casino would add a seventh.
   
12:34 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'Liking' Facebook posts? You may be helping spam go viral.
6:30 am Chicago Sun-Times. Drought threatens to close Mississippi to barges.
6:30 am Washington Post. Wisconsin cancer support group draws criticism by dropping comedian Gilda Radner from name.
Courts
8:40 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Vladimir M. Gorokhovsky.
   
6:30 am USA Today. Supreme Court on verge of taking up same-sex marriage.
6:30 am Baraboo News Republic. Judge: No media subpoenas in raw milk case. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Education
6:30 am New Berlin Now. Veteran New Berlin School District employees will receive one-time payments.
Local
4:15 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
2:14 pm Clean Lakes Alliance. Launches Mendota Freeze Contest.
   
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Milwaukee city officials ask UW to drop adidas.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Dairy official testifies about struggle with Saratoga.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Kader challenges recall petition.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Vilas County board backs off elimination of 11 jobs in 2013.
Congress
10:07 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. AAA has it right: Halt sale of E15. USA Today.
   
6:30 am WMTV. Congress looks at doing away with the $1 bill.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Unaffordable cost seen for some under Affordable Care Act.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Sean Duffy column: Fiscal cliff calls for truly balanced approach.
6:30 am USA Today. GOP calls White House cliff offer a non-starter. Reuters. Washington Post.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. House provision would allow SS Badger to dump coal ash in perpetuity.
Federal Agencies
11:14 am CMS. Draft HHS notice of benefit and payment parameters for 2014.
11:12 am USDA Sec. Vilsack. Statement on soaring U.S. exports.
11:09 am CBO. Federal debt and the statutory limit, November 2012.
Politics
12:28 pm DPW."Do as i say, not as I do.": The Scott Walker standard for ethical conduct.
   
Thursday, November 29, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
12:25 pm Dairy Business Association. Honors Gov. Walker as Leader of the Year.
12:23 pm Public Policy Institute. Letter to Gov. Walker and Legislature urging Medicaid expansion.
9:05 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address
   
6:30 am WFRV. Walker takes heat for budget tour.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Iron mine still alive, Walker says.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker urges GOP congressmen not to raise taxes.
6:30 am WEAU. Walker talks toll roads, tax cuts, mining at WMC.
Legislative
3:56 pm Sierra Club. Will defend mining moratorium law.
1:22 pm Sen. Carpenter. We Energies wins lottery.
1:16 pm Wisconsin Mining Association Chair Sullivan. Senate Select Committee on Mining testimony.
11:07 am Dairy Business Association. Recognizes legislative excellence.
10:04 am Rep. Pasch. Democratic weekly radio address.
   
9:35 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Man of the People: Lary Swoboda remembered as a friend of his constituents.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Dems final mine hearing.
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Illinois Senate passes bill to make businesses disclose taxes.
State Agencies
4:04 pm DOJ. Juneau County man convicted of five counts of possession of child pornography.
3:47 pm DNR. Outdoor report.
1:27 pm DOJ. Special Agents partner with the Polk County Sheriff's Office in ICAC operation.
12:25 pm WEDC. Trek and Virent join "In Wisconsin" marketing campaign.
11:57 am Emergency Management. Top 10 emergency preparedness gifts.
11:40 am GAB. Certifies fall 2012 election results. Wisconsin State Journal. WKOW. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:39 am DPI. Five public schools nominated for national Blue Ribbon award.
11:08 am DOT. Packer travel advisory.
11:05 am DATCP. Online exam scheduling available for commercial pesticide applicators.
11:05 am DATCP. Lettau garners national recognition for leadership in gypsy moth battle.
11:04 am AG Van Hollen. Column: A true story about child sex trafficking.
9:50 am DOJ. Special Agents partner with the Polk County Sheriff's Office in ICAC operation.
8:27 am DSPS. Meetings.
6:30 am PSC. Reduces We Energies rate request. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am ETF. Statement of Benefits webinars scheduled.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Official bemoans plan to cut size of Wisconsin's ag statistics office.
Economy/Business
3:51 pm Wisconsin Mining Association. Modern mining makes both economic growth and environmental stewardship possible. Draft report.
2:22 pm OEM Fabricators. Announces Baldwin expansion location.
2:22 pm OEM Fabricators. Christian Gausman to lead new OEM Baldwin facility.
8:33 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. Gross domestic product, 3rd quarter 2012. Bloomberg.
8:33 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
8:26 am WMC. EPA regulations will severely harm Wisconsin's economic growth.
6:30 am  ATC. PSC approves ATC's Monroe County Council Creek project.
   
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Unemployment rates lower across state. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Magnetation picks Indiana for pellet plant.
Statewide
3:57 pm Wisconsin Dental Association. La Crosse's Dr. Timothy Durtsche elected state dental association president.
12:57 pm Enough Already WI. Launches public information media campaign.
12:55 pm Media Action Center. FCC misplaces petitions to deny broadcast licenses to Milwaukee radio stations who gave $1 million free airtime to Walker recall campaign.
11:20 am Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. Center seeking Distinguished Wisconsin Watchdog Award nominations.
9:04 am ACEC Wisconsin. Engineering union shows tone deafness to taxpayers, private-sector workers.
8:56 am Arts Wisconsin. Creativity at work - Arts Day 2013.
6:30 am Competitive Wisconsin. Economic series examines information and technology.
   
3:49 pm New York Times. Fight over ferry prompts questions on definition of earmarks.
12:26 pm Janesville Gazette. Drought worsens after weeks of improvement.
6:30 am LA Times. New York, New Jersey expect Sandy to cost U.S. $79 billion.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Drugs can't stop growing 'superbug.'
Courts
1:45 pm ASPCA. Files Amicus Curiae brief in Wisconsin wolf hunt case.
8:50 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Mark A. Phillips.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge temporarily halts tribes' push for night deer hunting.
Education
1:26 pm Marquette University. Hosts post-election analysis.
11:14 am UW-River Falls. University Theatre presents "To Fool the Eye."
11:13 am UW-Whitewater. Students host 35th annual ceramic an jewelry sale.
11:12 am UW-Madison. Weighs in at No. 4 in research rankings.
8:54 am Marquette University. Celebrates start of Advent season, hosts holiday concerts.
   
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Board approves retroactive compensation for teachers graduate credits.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Everest teachers get $750 raises.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. UWSP will explore flexible degree program. Marshfield News Herald.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Looking to transform: School receives grant to explore expansion.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Milwaukee will be 1st system school to offer flexible degrees.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. UW ranked fourth largest research spender in nation.
Local
4:07 pm Racine Police Department. Holiday safety tips.
3:59 pm Racine Police Department. Attempted child enticement.
11:09 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Announces seven "Chat with the Chair" events for the month of December.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies break up fight outside courtroom in safety building.
   
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Supervisors settle Monroe County courthouse issue.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Deer season blamed for poor attendance at budget meeting.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele talks county government overhaul.
Congress
4:33 pm Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans. Congressmen Duffy and Ribble should listen to colleague: Continue tax relief for the middle class right now.
12:08 pm U.S. Rep. Duffy. Superior receives Assistance to Firefighters Grant from Department of Homeland Security.
12:04 pm White House. Presidential Proclamation - World Aids Day, 2012.
   
2:20 pm Appleton Post Crescent. Senator-elect Tammy Baldwin wants Buffett Rule included in deficit talks. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
12:32 pm The Hill. Senate panel votes to require warrant for police email searches.
12:30 pm Reuters. Boehner sees no fiscal cliff progress after Geithner meeting.
12:29 pm WTMJ. Local Congressman says better to drive off cliff than get bad deal.
6:30 am Washington Post. Mortgage-interest deduction could be on the table in 'fiscal cliff' debate.
6:30 am Reuters. Senators push Obama to propose clean gasoline rules.
6:30 am Reuters. Geithner set for talks on cliff; senator sees "standoff."
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. White House, Congress to talk as fears increase that government heading toward 'fiscal cliff.'
Federal Agencies
6:30 am CBO. Releases report on unemployment insurance.
Politics
3:55 pm One Wisconsin Now.  Walker aide pleads guilty today. 
11:44 am DPW. Scott Walker's unanswered John Doe questions.
   
2:35 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Former Walker aide pleads guilt to embezzlement charge in John Doe.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Roggensack formally announces re-election bid. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
   
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Gov. Walker
9:26 am United Wisconsin. Extends invitation for "Talk with Walker." Letter.
   
1:08 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Walker urges iron mining bill, says Gogebic Taconite will return. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Voucher school expansion may do little to help kids.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Walker lays out budget agenda.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says tax cuts, jobs, transportation are budget priorities.
Legislative
4:56 pm Rep. Steineke. Sporting Heritage Bill a huge success.
10:57 am Rep. Hintz. Column: The manufacturing of a surplus.
8:22 am Speaker-elect Vos, Minority Leader Barca. Announce inaugural events.
   
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Q&A: Sen. Mike Ellis says fiscal cliff will hurt state.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Add political robocalls to state no-call list.
State Agencies
4:47 pm AFSCME. Vacancies and high turnover continue to plague care for veterans at King home.
4:28 pm DOT. Wisconsin is making it easier for veterans to become commercial drivers.
4:21 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Announces assistance to Allstate Insurance Company employees facing layoffs at Cross Plains call center.
3:47 pm DNR Sec. Stepp. Statement on federal court conference concerning Chippewa Tribal night hunting of deer. WQOW.
2:06 pm Wisconsin Women's Network. Wisconsin Women's Policy Institute Fellows call for ombudsman, other criteria in medical transportation vendor selection. Letter.
2:04 pm DOT. Announces two conferences for December.
12:49 pm WEDC. Wisconsin on pace to set export record.
12:46 pm DATCP. Ag exports continue to climb.
6:30 am State Public Defender. Announces the opening of the Milwaukee County Veteran's Treatment Initiative and Treatment Court.
   
6:30 am WBAY. Wis. tourism starts updating snow report.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Group says prison alternatives would save millions. La Crosse Tribune. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State seeks database to match jobs to people getting unemployment.
Economy/Business
11:24 am Rehabilitation for Wisconsin in Action. Launches Midwest Works, a B2B web portal.
11:14 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Metropolitan area employment and unemployment summary.
11:10 am Census Bureau. New residential sales in October 2012.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. One in five state business leaders eyes layoffs in next 6 months, survey says.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Meriter lays off 50, cites health care law changes.
Statewide
3:28 pm Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Milwaukee, Madison earn top rankings in Municipal Equality Index.
2:53 pm Cooperative Network. Cooperatives hail change of Thrivent bank to credit union.
2:05 pm AIDS Network. Honors and remembers.
11:36 am River Alliance of Wisconsin. Wisconsin River group gives holiday shoppers easy way to find gifts and do good.
9:28 am League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network. Beware of partisan efforts to restrict voting.
   
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Bitter fight brewing over regulation of Internet.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. As Great Lakes water levels plummet, towns act to save harbors.
6:30 am Duluth News Tribune. Wisconsin deer harvest is up 12% this year. Marshfield News Herald.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Wisconsin Right to Life's agenda unnecessary.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Shot in the dark: Night hunting under the spotlight.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin Chippewa argue their case for night deer hunt.
Education
3:23 pm UW-River Falls. Team best in the Midwest Showdown.
1:28 pm Skyward. 92% of Skyward's Wisconsin customers meet or exceed academic standards.
1:20 pm UW-Stout. Campus to host forensics tournament Friday, Saturday.
12:48 pm UW-Stout. Student enjoys 'awesome' experience as Vikings cheerleader.
9:56 am UW-Stout. Rach named associate dean, to lead School of Hospitality Leadership.
9:54 am MacIver Institute. Madison schools earn just a "C+."
9:29 am UW System. Unveils first Flexible Option degree programs. Gov. Walker. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Turner pricetag: $28 million.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Board exploring Phy Ed waiver for athletes.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rural Wisconsin schools finalists for Race to the Top grant.
Local
10:04 am MMAC. PSC steam rate ruling a win for Milwaukee business. Milwaukee Business Journal.
9:30 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Man arrested for sexual assaults on Lakefront Trail released on low bail.
   
1:10 pm Oshkosh Northwestern. Council restores staff cuts, fund balance in budget.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Oneida energy plant foes to city: Don't back down.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Plans unveiled for sports complex on former landfill.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Saratoga dairy case moves forward.
Congress
1:29 pm U.S. Rep-elect Pocan. Announces top Washington and Wisconsin staff.
10:45 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Petitions to award Wisconsinite the Medal of Honor.
   
6:30 am Reuters. Obama pushes tax agenda, Congress in stand-off.
6:30 am The Hill. Retailers confident online sales tax has votes to pass.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Tax them, not us: Biz groups scrambling to protect breaks, payouts.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Small biz owners show support for ending tax cuts for wealthy.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Petri says compromise likely on fiscal cliff.
Federal Agencies
11:20 am CDC. More than half of young HIV-infected Americans are not aware of their status. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Politics
11:41 am Pridemore for Wisconsin. Considering a run for Education's top spot in Wisconsin. La Crosse Tribune. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
9:36 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge says investigation involving Walker open. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker hopeful John Doe probe will end soon, maybe this week.
   
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
3:58 pm Gov. Walker. Business leaders Patty Cadorin and Karen Katz appointed to Women's Council board.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Appoints Rebecca Bradley to Milwaukee County Circuit Court.
   
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Let's keep same-day voter registration.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker wants to keep Zoo Interchange on schedule. Wisconsin Radio Network.
Legislative
2:18 pm Sen. Hansen. Seeks to ban political robo-calls.
6:30 am Rep-elect Sargent. Video release: We must give a voice to unaccompanied homeless youth.
   
6:30 am WBAY. Wisconsin's fiscal imprint.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. GOP's Nygren, Darling to co-chair budget panel.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Shilling re-appointed to budget committee.
State Agencies
3:55 pm DPI Supt. Evers. Congratulates CESA 10 for being named a 'Race to the Top District' grant finalist.
3:54 pm DNR. Weekly news.
11:23 am DOJ. State settles Price County environmental case.
   
6:30 am WEAU. DNR: Number of hunters on a steady decline.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Give school funding plan consideration.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Another year, more federal cuts to Wisconsin homeland security.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Robinson to leave Government Accountability Board.
Economy/Business
8:36 am WMC. CEOs: Taxes, regs, slowdown top concerns. Hiring, wage hikes slow next year, survey finds. Milwaukee Business Journal.
   
4:17 pm Wisconsin State Journal. About 50 Meriter employees losing jobs, total of 140 full-time positions cut.
1:30 pm Wausau Daily Herald. DWD orders SNE to pay $319,000 for plant closing notice violation.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Cyber Monday online shopping: $1.5B, a 20% increase.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. APAC adding hundreds of jobs in Green Bay.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Economic slowdown felt as Caterpillar, Joy Global.
Statewide
3:53 pm Family Farm Defenders. Second Annual John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize.
2:16 pm Wisconsin Dental Association. Recognizes 12 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health.
1:44 pm Wisconsin Credit Union League. 80% of Wisconsin voters support legislation to boost small business credit.
10:14 am MacIver Institute. Receives first-ever national think tank award.
9:58 am Integrys Group. Heating season arrives, Wisconsin Public Service says energy assistance available.
9:17 am WCEP. Ultralight-led whooping cranes arrive at wintering destination in Florida.
   
1:17 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Tribes tell judge night hunting safe.
6:30 am Governing. Analysis: State savings in Medicaid expansion outweigh costs.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Potato growers donate 80,000 pounds of spuds to NY.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Cyber sales a taxing situation for states, businesses.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Sting of 2012 drought continues to be felt by farmers.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ojibwa tribes proceed with plans for night deer hunt.
6:30 am Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin: No permits sought so far for tribal night deer hunting.
Courts
8:23 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Nikola P. Kostich.
8:22 am District I Court of Appeals. State v. Shawn David Schulpius.
8:21 am District III Court of Appeals. ANSUL, Inc. and TYCO International (US), Inc. v. Employers Insurance Company of Wausau.
   
1:38 pm Reuters. ACLU sues over policy barring women from ground combat.
6:30 am Courthouse News Service. Law enforcement union sues Gov. Walker.
Education
4:21 pm UW-Stout. Activist Winona LaDuke to speak as part of Intersections forum.
1:15 pm UW-Eau Claire. Named to Military Times 'Best for Vets' colleges list.
10:30 am UW-Madison. State climatologist: Drought continues in Madison area.
   
1:28 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Five southeastern Wisconsin universities partner to support startups.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. UW-EC, UW-Stout won't prohibit alcohol.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Stanley-Boyd schools' $150,000 payroll hacked.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Voucher school expansion may do little to help kids (corrected).
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. ASM reaffirms support for voter registration ordinance.
Local
3:50 pm Dane County Market. Distressed property index. October Foreclosures.
11:14 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Comments on recent violence in City of Milwaukee.
10:15 am Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. MKE airfares among lowest in the nation. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Dane County Sup. Downing.  Lakefront land in Belleville to be preserved.
   
1:25 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Aldermen adopt made-in-Milwaukee proposal.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Soglin wants to ban use of borrowing reserves to fund some items.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. County to vote on justice center. Tomah Journal (Editorial).
Congress
4:25 pm Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans. New AFL-CIO report shows 1,061,501 Wisconsinites could be harmed by any lame duck congressional deal to cut Social Security.
3:49 pm U.S. Rep. Petri. Law prohibits unfair EU taxation of U.S. aviation.
   
1:33 pm Bloomberg. Geithner keeps withholding freeze as weapon to curb cliff.
6:30 am The Hill. 'Fiscal cliff' talks could collide with Christmas.
6:30 am Washington Post. On 'fiscal cliff,' both sides lay ground work for debate's next phase.
6:30 am USA Today. Despite talk of compromise, fiscal deal elusive.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mortgage interest deduction could face cap.
Federal Agencies
10:44 am Dept. of Interior. Salazar announces final steps on Cobell litigation and implementation of settlement.
10:39 am Dept. of Education. Announces 61 applications as finalists for $400 million Race to the Top - District competition.
10:37 am EPA. Recommends new recreational water quality criteria to better protect public health.
8:25 am Census Bureau. Advance report on durable goods manufacturers' shipments, inventories and orders. Reuters..
Politics
12:02 pm One Wisconsin Now. Requests district attorney interview Sen. Grothman regarding voting impropriety claims.
   
6:30 am WEAU. Walker won't endorse yet in DPI race.
   
Monday, November 26, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
4:38 pm Gov. Walker. Statement on Rep. Lary Swoboda.
1:11 pm Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for sheriff of Oneida County.
1:00 pm Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy.
12:45 pm Gov. Walker. Waste, Fraud, and Abuse Elimination Task Force issues quarterly report.
9:44 am Gov. Walker. Web video release: Governor Scott Walker launches statewide Talk with Walker tour.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Announces details of the Capitol Christmas Tree.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Executive Residence 2012 holiday tour schedule announced.
   
1:15 pm Green Bay Press Gazette. No decision yet on Medicaid expansion, Walker says.
1:14 pm Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker budget tour to begin Tuesday in Green Bay.
12:31 pm Wisconsin State Journal. AP Interview: Walker says mining bill will pass.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Register ahead of election? Yes.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Wisconsin should retain same-day voter registration.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Local clerks say eliminating same-day voter registration would create more difficulties.
Legislative
4:39 pm Sen. Darling. Statement on Palermo's NLRB victory.
2:38 pm Speaker-elect Vos. Announces Assembly Co-Chair and Vice Chair of Joint Finance Committee. Rep. Nygren. Rep. Strachota.
1:29 pm Sen. Lazich. Column: Revenue projections good news going into next budget cycle.
12:28 pm Rep. Zamarripa. Statement regarding National Labor Relations Board decision in Palermo's labor dispute.
9:41 am Rep. Clark. Applauds Secretary Gottlieb for fiscally responsible budgeting.
6:30 am Sen. Taylor. Statement on Joint Finance appointments. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Marijuana reforms pass over Wisconsin.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Local legislators weigh in on Voter ID.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State should move forward with mining legislation.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Ex-state legislator Lary Swoboda dies.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Right to Life aims for further abortion regulations.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Wirch, Shilling named to Joint Finance Committee.
State Agencies
4:37 pm PSC. Urges consumers to look into winter weatherization and budgeting tools to save money during the winter months.
1:09 pm DOJ. Special Agents partner with Beloit Police Department in ICAC operation.
11:25 am DOJ. Oil recycling facility in Waukesha County ordered to pay $140,000 for environmental violations.
6:30 am AG Van Hollen. Statement on Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission's plans to permit shining of deer on off-reservation lands.
6:30 am DNR. Column: Tribes do not have authority to hunt deer at night in Ceded Territory.
6:30 am DNR. Hearings and meetings.
6:30 am DWD. Hearings and meetings.
   
12:58 pm Chicago Tribune. Wisconsin, Illinois far apart on public pension funding report.
6:30 am Capital Times. State investment board pays $204 million for Los Angeles student apartment complex.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Wis. tribes' deer case deadline set for next week. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lakeland Times.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin sues over nighttime Chippewa tribal deer hunt.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Wis. regulators delay new Wisconsin area code.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. State DOT proposes two-year delay in Interstate widening project.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. State wants to delay Zoo Interchange project. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Economy/Business
6:30 am Reedsburg Times-Press. Grede, one of area's largest employers, has jobs but not enough qualified applicants.
6:30 am Reuters. Black Friday online sales top $1 billion for first time: comScore. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bloomberg.
Statewide
2:57 pm Society of Professional Journalists. Open records/meetings training Nov. 30.
10:00 am Common Cause in Wisconsin. Redistricting reform emerging as top priority political reform for 2013.  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Editorial).
   
1:26 pm Wisconsin State Journal. State wolf hunt could be over soon.
12:33 pm WDIO. Nearly 75 Chippewa ready for night deer hunting.
6:30 am WQOW. Deadline for turkey applications approaching.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin on track to break heat record.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Aging drivers present new transportation challenge.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Corps cuts flow on Missouri River.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Capitol singers keep up daily protests.
Courts
6:30 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calendar and case synopses.
6:30 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. Agenda - open administrative conference.
   
10:02 am Reuters. Supreme court revisits challenge to Obama health law.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Supreme Court of review gay marriage case.
Education
12:18 pm UW-Stout. Hope for the Holidays caps domestic violence awareness projects.
9:42 am Integrys Group. Innovative educators rewarded by WPS Foundation.
6:30 am UW-Stevens Point. Travel abroad leads students to U.S. Embassy internship in Uruguay.
   
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. New funding for old problems.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Tuition reciprocity stokes Minnesota, Wisconsin rivalry.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Wisconsin university considers alcohol ban in dorms, even for students 21 and older.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Waukesha School District considering rewarding teachers for performance.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  After Act 10, WEAC sees hope in local teacher advocacy.
Local
2:46 pm Dane County Board Supervisor McDonell. Lakefront land in Belleville to be preserved. Map.
11:26 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Activates Operation Safe Drive during Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
10:20 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Hosts three "Chat with the Chair" events this week.
8:31 am Dane County Market. October Dane County housing starts.
   
8:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Region boasts quality health care.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. County delays new worker pay structure.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Power line project in Wauwatosa creating waves.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Flawed Milwaukee crime numbers festered for years.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Council poised to overturn fire cuts.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. PCB cleanup plan for Fox upheld.
Congress
12:25 pm White House. Releases new report on the impact of middle-class tax cuts on retailers and consumer spending. The Hill.
   
12:56 pm Washington Times. 'Cyber Monday' could be the last before collection of sales taxes.
6:30 am The Hill. Obama faces huge challenge in setting up health insurance exchanges.
6:30 am USA Today. Fewer moderates in new Congress.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Duffy advocates balanced approach to fiscal cliff.
6:30 am Reuters. "Fiscal cliff" talks stalled but progress possible. Bloomberg.
Federal Agencies
12:23 pm USDA. Study shows trends in public and private agricultural R&D.
12:20 pm Bureau of Economic Analysis. Local area personal income, 2009-2011.
Politics
1:37 pm DPW. Scott Walker's answers raise more questions.
   
11:03 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says he's not thinking about 2016 presidential candidacy.
11:03 am Wisconsin State Journal. Walker confident he's clear in John Doe investigation.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Redistricting credited for GOP's  success in congressional and legislative races.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Lessons not learned from caucus scandal.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Exchange decision put Walker's donors at odds.
   
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
   
DHS - LogistiCare
2:23 pm DHS Sec. Smith. Releases statement regarding non-emergency transportation for Medicaid members. Contract termination letter. 
  Statements: Rep. Bewley. Sen. Taylor. Rep. Cark. Rep. Bernard Schaber. Disability Rights Wisconsin.
  Stories: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
Gov. Walker
4:18  pm Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address
10:40 am Gov. Walker. Administration to collect Cell Phones for Soldiers during holiday season.
   
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Walker washes his hands of Obamacare.
Legislative
4:45 pm Sen. Larson. Appoints Wirch, Shilling to serve on Joint Finance Committee.
6:30 am Rep. Richards. Next state budget offers opportunity to reverse course, help middle class.
   
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. Editorial: Strengthen drunk driving penalties.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Mining bill, tax cuts, regulatory review to top GOP agenda.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Tim Cullen: Compromise possible on mining bill.
State Agencies
3:38 pm DHS. DUR Board meeting.
3:15 pm PSC. Postpones new area code addition.
1:09 pm DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Green Bay Press Gazette. Milwaukee Business Journal.
11:15 am DOR. Hubertus man convicted of theft.
11:14 am DSPS. Meetings.
11:12 am DATCP. Nieto empowering Wisconsin's Latino consumers.
10:33 am WEDC. Announces investments in entrepreneurs. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Unresolved issues cloud public school funding.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Madison sues railroad commissioner's office over closing of 2 crossings.
Economy/Business
Updated
2:22 pm
Palermo's. Statement regarding NLRB's ruling that vindicates the company on alleged labor law violations. Voces de la Frontera. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee Business Journal.
6:30 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Reuters.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walmart workers plan Thanksgiving walkout. Bloomberg.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Black Thursday? Retailers opening their doors earlier than ever.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Hostess judge to weigh shutdown after mediation fails.
Statewide
11:59 am Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, Inc. Awards nearly $1.3 million to support civil legal services in Wisconsin.
6:30 am Wisconsin Credit Union League. Despite bankers' rhetoric, credit unions are a boon to Wisconsin consumers.
   
4:44 pm Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Chippewa commission authorizes night deer hunting, DNR wants decision blocked.
2:34 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Radio personality Sly, others out of work at WTDY. WISC.
9:35 am Wisconsin State Journal. DNR: Hunters have killed 90 Wisconsin wolves.
6:30 am Washington Post. Many Americans unaware of health-care law changes.
Courts
8:36 am Madison Teachers, Inc. v. Scott Walker. Brief of defendants - appellants. City of Milwaukee motion to intervene. Appleton Post Crescent. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
8:30 am District II Court of Appeals. State v. Tony J. Lalicata.
Education
3:17 pm Marquette University. Faith leaders gather to discuss religious tolerance.
11:18 am UW-Rock County. Registration for spring semester opens for new students November 27.
10:45 am Wisconsin Technical College System. Honors Crystal Finishing Systems with "Futuremakers Partner Award."
6:30 am UW-Stevens Point. Professor's book questions the ethics of war.
   
11:48 am Racine Journal Times. Local students talk tobacco tactics with senator.
6:30 am Greenfield Patch. Greenfield School Board questions referendum funds spending.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. School benefit costs drop $366 million.
Local
3:16 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Thanksgiving message.
3:12 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
12:17 pm Dane County Exec. Parisi. Encourages buying local on Black Friday. Economic Impact Survey 2012.
   
6:30 am Living Lake Country. Poverty numbers rising as county reels from recession.
6:30 am Jackson County Chronicle. Franklin sand mine met with more opposition.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Junction City braces for 72% water rate hike.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Tilden man seeks advisory referendum to reverse Supreme Court decision.
Congress
11:23 am White House. Presidential proclamation - Thanksgiving Day, 2012.
11:20 am White House. Background on the pardoning of the National Thanksgiving Turkey.
   
2:46 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Congressman-elect Pocan sets up scholarship fund.
6:30 am The Hill. Alexander, Bennet give leaders emergency plan to avoid 'fiscal cliff.'
Federal Agencies
11:25 am CMS. Medicare continues effort to give consumers more information on health care quality.
   
9:37 am Reuters. FDA took 684 days to warn meningitis-linked firm: files.
6:30 am LA Times. EPA administrator's email account raises concern.
6:30 am USA Today. Administration unveils health care regulations.
Politics
11:51 am Pluess for Assembly. Decides against pursuing a recount in 72nd Assembly race. Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.
   
2:42 pm WTMJ. No recounts in state legislative races.
11:45 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan, Walker named as possible GOP contenders in 2016.
11:30 am Capital Times. Milwaukee prosecutor uses calculated move to introduce Walker into sentencing hearing.
6:30 am Washington Post. Can unions save the white working-class vote for Democrats?
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Clerks wait to close books on 72nd Assembly District race.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Emails reveal seamy campaign operation.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Deja vu: Key players in John Doe investigation witnessed similar case during caucus scandal.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Emails connect Walker campaign, county staff.
   
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
   
DOA Budget Requests/Revenue Estimates
Updated
3:45 pm
DOA. Agency budget requests and revenue estimates submitted to governor.
Statements: MacIver Institute. Sen. Larson. Speaker-elect Vos.
  Stories: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
Gov. Walker
10:00 am Capital Times. Reason given by Walker against state-run health exchange challenged.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker should have talked in own state, not California.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Gov. Walker signals ending same-day registration. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Legislative
12:40 pm Sen. Kedzie. Statement on One Wisconsin Now open records request.
   
8:23 am Capital Times. Analysis: Wisconsin has little wiggle room for an income tax cut.
6:30 am WBAY. How will the state Republicans govern?
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Optimism for venture capital plan.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial:  Larson wisely backs off from arrest threat.
State Agencies
4:41 pm Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves land deals and $4.7 million for community projects.
4:13 pm PSC. Conservation tips for Thanksgiving.
2:06 pm DOT. DMV customer service centers closed November 22 and 23.
1:31 pm State Engineering Association. State still outsourcing wastefully.
1:10 pm DNR. Weekly News.
11:25 am State Capitol Restoration Fund. 2012 Wisconsin State Capitol ornament revealed. Fox 11.
11:13 am DATCP. Help Santa safely use the internet.
Economy/Business
12:38 pm Bureau of Labor Statistics. Regional and state employment and unemployment summary. Wausau Daily Herald.
11:30 am Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice of South Central WI, South Central Federation of Labor. Hold solidarity action in support of Walmart workers on Black Friday.
   
4:26 pm Reuters. Bernanke sees good 2013 if "fiscal cliff" avoided.
12:58 pm Bloomberg. Labor board to rule on Wal-Mart UFCW complaint quickly.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Hostess, union agree to mediation to avert shutdown.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Group's efforts at Palermo's part of worker center movement.
Statewide
3:58 pm Fair Wisconsin Education Fund. Statement on Transgender Day of Remembrance.
11:32 am COWS, Wisconsin Budget Project. Pulling apart: New report shows growing income inequality in Wisconsin.
11:15 am Wisconsin Farmers Union. Hires new government relations associate.
10:00 am Media Action Center. Media watchdog files legal challenges with FCC to pull radio licenses of WISN-AM and WTMJ-AM; Study shows stations gave $1 million in free airtime to Scott walker backers.
8:24 am Wisconsin Bankers Association. Consumer alert: Potential scams target shoppers.
   
4:22 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.2012 Wisconsin bear harvest second highest on record.
6:30 am Wall Street Journal. Health panel backs broad HIV tests.
6:30 am Governing. How California's health exchange fares will test the Affordable Care Act.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foreclosure relief in state hits $86.2 million.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Holiday travel volume flat in Wisconsin.
Courts
9:50 am District I Court of Appeals. State v. Calvin L. Brown.
Education
3:55 pm UW-Stout. Likeness of child's forearm preserved before surgery.
12:28 pm gsafe. Mark Pocan launches Youth Leadership and Scholarship Fund.
10:41 am UW-Stout. Chancellor explains origins of Thanksgiving traditions.
9:44 am UW-Stevens Point. New program improves English skills of families in Almond-Bancroft schools.
   
1:11 pm Living Lake Country.  Oconomowoc High School teachers say transformation plan causing burnout, low morale.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Revisions to proposed HR redesign released.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. School board weighs changes to retiree benefits.
Local
2:33 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Welcomes the opening of the new Drexel Interchange in Oak Creek.
11:33 am Racine P.D. Thanksgiving Click it or Ticket.
11:27 am City of Madison, Dane County. Nominations sought for the 27th annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award. Nomination Form. Criteria.
   
4:32 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee police misconduct has cost city $14 million, group says.
4:30 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Oak Creek signs off on Waukesha water deal.
1:14 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Where same-day voter registrations occurred in recall vote.
6:30 am WISC. County leaders at odds over denial of business loan.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan Common Council fails to pass budget.
Congress
2:29 pm U.S. Reps. Kind, Walz. Push to expand dairy exports to Russia, end Russia's discriminatory trade practices against American dairy products. Letter to Ambassador Kirk and USDA Sec. Vilsack.
   
6:30 am Washington Examiner. Despite 'fiscal cliff,' D.C. becomes ghost town during Thanksgiving week.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Obama's education plan dominated by loose ends.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Gas drilling presents Obama with historic choices.
Federal Agencies
12:38 pm Dept. of Labor. Obama administration moves forward to implement health care law, ban discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions.
8:26 am Census Bureau. New residential construction in October 2012.
Politics
2:23 pm La Crosse Tribune. Democrats rip Wis. gov over county, campaign ties.
1:00 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Another ugly high court election.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Unions show muscle, spent millions in state races.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Vruwink claims victory.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Electioneering and the pulpit.
6:30 am Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin: Former Walker aide sentenced to 6 months in jail. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
Monday, November 19, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker promises major tax reforms, school funding changes. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Gov. Scott Walker's health care exchange decision plays well in some political circles.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Mayo, Gunderson Lutheran react to Walker decision on health care.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Many decision remain on Wisconsin's health care exchange.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Walker should reconsider and work with the feds. Beloit Daily News (Editorial).
Legislative
1:56 pm Rep. Richards. Asks Obama Administration to meet with stakeholders, lawmakers on Wisconsin's health exchange. Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius.
8:55 am MMAC. Kooyenga named "Champion of Commerce."
   
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Gudex ready to start in Senate.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. WMC pressing to revive mining legislation.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Lobbyists push for repeal of mining 'moratorium.'
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Prioritize pay raise for state workers.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Sen. Michael Ellis column: Fiscal cliff has major impact for state.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Azana shooting victim's family seeks law change.
State Agencies
4:16 pm PSC. Announce iCanConnect .
4:12 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Announces assistance to Community Health Partnership employees facing layoffs.
4:11 pm DNR. Preliminary opening weekend results illustrate that Wisconsin's deer hunting heritage is strong.
4:06 pm DOJ. National Mortgage Settlement monitor's report released.
1:09 pm State Treasurer Schuller. Treasury Notes.
11:29 am DATCP. Planning ahead for Black Friday success.
10:45 am Wisconsin Arts Board. Lawton to resign as Arts Board Chairperson.
6:30 am DNR. Passing on tradition to new hunters keeping Wisconsin hunting heritage alive.
   
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Property owners file lawsuit against DOT over Hwy. 51.
Economy/Business
12:13 pm Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Encourages consumers to shop Small Business Saturday on November 24.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Part of We Energies requested rate hike would pay legal fees.
6:30 am WTAQ. GE Healthcare to layoff 2% of Wisconsin workforce. Milwaukee Business Journal.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Workers, firms at odds over dependent audits.
Statewide
12:55 pm Alliant Energy. Thanksgiving Dinner preparation continues to be an energy value.
11:32 am WMC. Buchen leaving organization to form lobbying firm. Milwaukee Journal Setinel.
11:24 am Wisconsin Medical Society. Physician Citizen of the Year nominations due December 14.
10:24 am Focus on Energy. Independent study highlights the benefits and success of Focus on Energy.
8:37 am Wisconsin Realtors Association. Home sales up sharply in October as prices increase. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
12:52 pm Janesville Gazette. Three hunters die during opening weekend of deer hunt.
8:43 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Changes loom in health care.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Hospital Medicare cash lures doctors as costs increase.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. 15 senators urge action on Mississippi waterway.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Hunters dead in two incidents in north central Wisconsin.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Minnesota lawmakers ease off constitutional changes.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. State of disrepair: Money scarce for hundreds of Wisconsin's aging bridges.
6:30 am WEAU. Wisconsin neighbor Illinois could be next state to approve gay marriage.
Education
4:15 pm UW-Stout. Students learn big meal basics in Quantity Food Production class.
4:09 pm Voces de la Frontera. UW-Milwaukee Student Senate calls for admin to halt sales of Palermo's
4:01 pm UW-River Falls. Radd Jazz Series presents Holiday Swing Dance at Union Depot.
1:07 pm UW-Eau Claire. A state and national leader in international studies.
12:38 pm Medical College of Wisconsin. Identifies facility sites in Green Bay, Central Wisconsin.
9:54 am Ministry Health Care. Supports Medical College campus placement in Wausau.
   
10:51 am Green Bay Press Gazette. St. Norbert College lands medical school campus.
9:16 am Wausau Daily Herald. Wausau picked for new medical college campus.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 22% of potential MPS students now in charter schools.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. UW-Madison to continue hosting high school championships.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Poverty skews Unified's scores -- income, race, set Racine district apart from its 'peers.'
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin voters approved majority of school referendums.
Local
4:14 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Stamper. Welcomes the Fresh Coast Basketball Classic to Milwauukee.
4:07 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Visits Milwaukee County senior dining sites.
2:00 pm Dane County Exec. Parisi. Names Mark Clarke director of County's Alliant Energy Center.
11:27 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. County officially opens new Aging and Disability Resource Center.
9:47 am Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Recognizes Snowplow Operator Appreciation Day. Proclamation.
   
12:59 pm Racine Journal Times City of Burlington adds transparency tool to website.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Woman hurt in crash with Brown Co. squad files claim.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Sheriff's Department will assess application fee.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Rail industry makes a big comeback.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Earmark crucial to bridge replacement.
Congress
12:36 pm U.S. Sen. Kohl. Introduces family of Oak Creek Sikh Temply shooting victim at Senate hearing on hate crimes.
   
6:30 am The Hill. Lawmakers facing new pressure to extend unemployment benefits.
6:30 am Washington Times. Both parties' tax plans would add to the deficit.
6:30 am New York Times. Back on Hill, Ryan remains a fiscal force.
6:30 am Reuters. Lawmakers say they're confident they can avoid "fiscal cliff."
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Asking the rich to pay more is best option.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Politicians face high hurdles in fiscal cliff.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bipartisan deal to avoid 'fiscal cliff' plausible, state Congress members say.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Democrats stiffen spine against trimming benefits.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Baldwin prepares for higher role in Capitol Hill.
Federal Agencies
12:31 pm Dept of Energy. EV charging stations take off across America.
   
6:30 am USA Today. Army, Navy suicides at record high.
Politics
2:31 pm DPW. Scott Walker seeks to eliminate state's same-day voter registration.
6:30 am Neylon for Assembly. Announce campaign for 98th District.
   
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin vote split was closer than results.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin's Preibus seeks second term as GOP leader.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Few signs John Doe probe into Walker's former office will expand.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker campaign, GOP hired county aide charged in John Doe probe.
   
Friday, November 16, 2012
   
Health Insurance Exchange Decision
  Gov. Walker: Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius regarding decision not to build a state-based exchange. Explanation Letter.
Gov. Walker: Announces decision on health insurance exchanges.
Legislator Reaction: Speaker-elect Vos. Sen. Erpenbach. Rep. LeMahieu. Rep. Strachota. Rep. Steineke. Sen. Darling. Rep. Thiesfeldt. Rep. Knudson. Rep. Suder. U.S. Rep. Kind. Sen. Larson. Rep. Barca. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch. Rep. Richards. Sen. Taylor. Rep. Taylor. Rep. Kramer. Rep. Knodl. Rep. Hintz. Rep. Roys. Rep. Kuglitsch. Rep. Craig. Rep. Pasch. Rep. Bernier. Rep-elect Sargent. Sen. Lasee. U.S. Rep. Baldwin.
Reaction: Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin. WMC. NFIB. Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health.  Citizen Action of Wisconsin. DPW. Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. United Wisconsin. ABC for Health.
Stories: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin State Journal. Reuters.
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Wisconsin Independent Businesses. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding health insurance exchanges.
6:30 am Physicians for Responsible Government. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding health insurance exchanges.
   
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Feds extend deadline for state health insurance exchanges. Reuters.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin unlikely to create health care exchange. Daily Cardinal. Badger Herald. Columbus Dispatch.
Legislative
2:57 pm Sen. Lazich. Column: Deer hunt benefits every Wisconsinite.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Vos rebukes UW for class cancellations.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Gudex prepares for new role.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Outside groups tried to sway votes for Democrats' Senate leader.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Larson: I don't want Obamacare arrests.
State Agencies
3:14 pm DOR. Collections, October FY2013.
3:06 pm PSC. Decision on Kaukauna rate request strikes balance.
3:00 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
11:16 am DATCP. Warm weather venison handling for optimal meat safety.
10:12 am DOT. Holiday shoppers/deer hunters should consider alternate routes (U.S. 41 and Wis. 172).
9:27 am Emergency Management. Are you ready for Thankgiving?
9:25 am DWD. Meetings and hearings.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State makes progress on backlogged unemployment claims.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin wolf hunt reaches limit in 2 zones.
Economy/Business
8:00 am Wall Street Journal. Twinkies maker Hostess to close.CNN. WTAQ.
6:30 am Fox 11. Walmart workers to strike on Black Friday.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State lost 7,500 jobs in October.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News.  NorthStar lands federal funds.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Will second Obama term have chilling effect on hiring?
Statewide
1:06 pm WISPIRG, United Council. Wisconsin young voters make their voice heard in 2012 election.
10:50 am Wisconsin Fertility Institute. Doctors provide IVF expertise for families in Haiti.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. USDA expects 17% corn drop.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Earlier season, mild forecast point to good deer hunt.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Calif. high-speed rail faces crucial court ruling.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin to get $2M in GlaxoSmithKline's $90M Avandia settlement.
Courts
12:23 pm Madison Teachers, Inc. v. Scott Walker. Response n opposition to motion to stay final order pending appeal.
Education
1:10 pm UW-Eau Claire. Marquell Johnson honored for contributions to adapted physical education.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW-La Crosse developing free online math course to boost students' proficiency.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. ASM forum discusses rising tuition at UW. Badger Herald.
Local
4:18 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Questions County Executive delay of information in Derek Williams situation.
3:08 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
3:00 pm Enough Already WI. Tribe's off-reservation Kenosha casino resurrection effort shows life.
6:30 am Dane County Market. Pending home sales. Pending condo sales.
   
11:36 am Superior Telegram. Douglas County seeks loan to pay off pension liability.
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Friction over fracking sand.
6:30 am Brookfield Patch. Is smaller better? Alderman wants to reduce council size.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele calls for board moves to be delayed, pending a legal review.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Franklin sand mine denied again.
Congress
6:30 am Governing. Mayors lobby Congress on fiscal cliff concerns.
6:30 am Reuters. On eve of fiscal cliff talks, positions harden.
6:30 am The Hill. House Dem leaders draw no lines on rates for wealthiest earners.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Obama needs to explain Benghazi terror attack.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Analysis: Ritual talk on fiscal cliff rules.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Sen.-elect Baldwin vows to help guide U.S. away from fiscal cliff.
Federal Agencies
10:55 am EPA. Keeps renewable fuels levels in place after considering state requests. Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance.
   
6:30 am Washington Times. Despite $15.9 billion loss, U.S. Postal Service execs see boost in pay.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Post office reports record loss.
Politics
6:30 am Washington Post. Less than 2 weeks after election, jockeying by potential GOP presidential candidates under way.
   
Thursday, November 15, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
3:52 pm Community Advocates Public Policy Institute. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding health insurance exchanges.
9:30 am Disability Rights Wisconsin, BPDD. Letter to Gov. Walker in support of a state run insurance exchange.
9:28 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
   
1:34 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Walker signals he won't pursue state exchange.
12:24 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker pans arrest of federal officials, Romney comments.
12:14 pm Appleton Post Crescent. Walker to announce health insurance exchange decision Friday.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Republican governors balk on health law after Romney loss.
6:30 am New York Times. Health law has states feeling tense over deadline.
Legislative
9:43 am Rep. Richards. Democratic weekly radio address.
9:05 am Rep. Zepnick. Applauds County Executive Abele for his leadership on county budget.
9:03 am Rep. Richards. Calls on Gov. Walker to renounce arresting federal officials who are doing their jobs.
6:30 am Sen. Lasee. Urges Gov. Walker to make the right decision on Obamacare. Letter to Gov. Walker.
   
4:11 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Outside groups tried to influence Democrats' Senate leader pick.
2:51 pm WKOW. Vos says UW decision to cancel class for Obama visit could prove costly.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Republican leadership says 'right to work' isn't going to happen.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Senators see good chance for bill to boost early-stage compaines.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: GOP legislators go rogue over federal health care law.
State Agencies
3:54 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
3:49 pm DNR. Hunting and trapping of wolves closed in Wolf Zones 2 and 4, effective Friday, Nov. 16, at the end of hunting and trapping hours.
2:15 pm AG Van Hollen. And 37 other Attorney's General reach a $90 million settlement with GlaxSmithKline, LLC. concerning Avandia.
1:11 pm DWD. Wisconsin employment & unemployment estimates announced: September revised, October preliminary.
1:04 pm DHS. Cold weather brings carbon monoxide risks.
11:20 am DWD. Submits actual jobs data for second quarter of 2012. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
10:33 am DATCP. Organic cost share funds still available.
9:42 am ACEC Wisconsin. Engineering Association disputes state Department of Transportation cost claims.
9:41 am WEDC. Early stage program helps 50 companies leverage $44 million investment.
   
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. State finds it difficult to fund highway work.
Economy/Business
12:35 pm WMC. Lawmakers of both parties learn bout mining manufacturing.
8:30 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Consumer price index survey.
8:00 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.  Bloomberg.
   
6:30 am WMTV. Local company adding jobs.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald.  Employers discuss impact of Affordable Care Act.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Petters bankruptcy case trustee sues BMO Harris.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Aon Hewitt rolls out private health exchange.
Statewide
4:48 pm Cooperative Network. Re-elects board of directors.
2:52 pm Wisconsin Credit Union League. Holiday spending tips from Wisconsin's credit unions.
1:02 pm Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Wisconsin's coming choice: Grasshopper or ant?
10:34 am WISPIRG. New survey shows free checking widely available at small banks but banks still hiding fees from consumers.
   
12:40 pm Bloomberg. BP agrees to $4.5 billion in penalties over Gulf spill.
12:25 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison atheist group suit says church political activity is illegal.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. New gauge shows record 49.7 million poor.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Wis. corn slammed by drought, Minn. harvest strong.
Education
2:13 pm Marquette University. Professional in residence awarded Nohl Fellowship.
2:11 pm Voces de la Frontera. UW-Madison chancellor pressed to cut ties with Palermo's PIzza.
2:09 pm UW-Eau Claire. James Oberly receives Fulbright scholar award to teach and conduct research in Hungary.
10:39 am UW-Madison. Deer, wolf and hunting: Professor shines spotlight of data on a durable debate.
10:38 am UW-Madison. Public opinion of wolves could influence hunt outcome.
10:36 am UW-Green Bay. Aldrete is Wisconsin Professor of the Year for 2012.
   
12:26 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Waukesha considers pay-for-performance for teachers.
6:30 am WEAU. Charter school enrollment rises in WI, nation.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Allow the law to be clarified.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Ward says university is not taking action on Palermo's.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Keeping students a STEP ahead.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Atheist group likely to get $67,000 in UW student fees.
Local
4:47 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Lends support to encourage adoption.
3:51 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on the looming "fiscal cliff."
2:19 pm Dane County Exec. Parisi. Signs 2013 county budget. Expenditures by activity. Initiative list.
10:32 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Thanks County Board for public safety support.
9:27 am Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Zach Brandon named President. WMC.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Board. Adopts 2013 budget.
   
12:21 pm Janesville Gazette. Fake reporter calling prep female athletes.
12:17 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Recruiting talent to Milwaukee a 'PR issue,' local expert says.
6:30 am WJFW. Lincoln Co. to try new method for repeat OWI offenders.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. City Council approves $267.1 million operating budget for 2013.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Domestic partners must prove commitment, city council says.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Budget has tax increase and layoffs.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Wisconsin county bans e-bullying.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Milwaukee County Board overrides 22 of 24 Abele vetoes.
6:30 am WTAQ. Oneida Tribe files lawsuit against the city of Green Bay over rescinded permit.
Congress
12:27 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin prepares for move to Senate amid fiscal-cliff negotiations.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Empty skies prompt calls for lights-out at idle airport towers.
6:30 am Washington Times. Agencies warn politicians: Credit ratings on the line.
6:30 am The Hill. Republicans say they will not back down.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Advocates say spending cuts would hurt Great Lakes.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Obama puts tax hike pressure on GOP. Reuters. Bloomberg.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. News analysis: Widening scandal shakes up Washington.
Federal Agencies
10:46 am USPS. $15.9 billion loss highlights urgent need for legislative reform in congressional lame duck session.
10:43 am Dept. of Education. Hundreds of school districts apply for $400 million Race to the Top-district competition. Applicants.
10:41 am CDC. Disparities in breast cancer continue among U.S. women.
   
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. FDA seeks more authority amid meningitis outbreak.
Politics
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Ryan gets back to reality. Washington Post.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Assembly candidate won't get publicly funded recount.
   
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
4:59 pm WCCF. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding health insurance exchange.
9:11 am Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Walker exchange decision tests strength of Tea Party extremism.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Statement on legislative leadership.
   
11:43 am Capital Times. Walker pinched between tea party and powerful lobbyists over health care exchange.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Editorial: Move forward with exchange.
Legislative
  101st Legislature - Legislative Leadership.
1:44 pm Rep. Fields. New board president of North Point Lighthouse Charter School.
12:44 pm Rep. Bernier. Column: Hunting in state parks.
9:59 am Speaker-elect Vos. Announces leadership staff.
9:35 am Rep. Jorgensen. Elected Assembly Democrats' Caucus Chair.
6:30 am Rep. Zamarripa. Elected Vice Chair of Assembly Democratic Caucus.
6:30 am DPW. Trusted champion guides Assembly Democrats.
   
11:51 am Racine Journal Times. Republican Vos elected speaker of Assembly.
6:30 am WTMJ. Scott Fitzgerald eager to tackle Wisconsin's budget for next year.
6:30 am Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin: Democrats, Republicans pick legislative leaders.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 9 lawmakers want to charge U.S. officials who implement Obamacare.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Republicans poke fun at new Democratic leader in Senate.
State Agencies
4:02 pm DSPS. Meetings.
4:00 pm Dept. of Tourism. Waupaca County receives $20,000 tourism marketing grant.
1:46 pm Dept. of Tourism. Milwaukee area receives nearly $100,000 in tourism grants.
12:47 pm DNR. Need a place to hunt? Video highlights DNR program opening new acres for public access.
12:41 pm PSC. Issues final Strategic Energy Assessment.
12:39 pm DOJ. Jeffrey Conway enters plea to gambling charges.
10:45 am DOT. State trooper visits reading challenge winner at school.
   
11:49 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State Capitol tree hails from Medford.
6:30 am WISC. Commission considers gas tax increase.
Economy/Business
8:32 am Census Bureau. Advance monthly sales for retail and food services.
   
11:48 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cost of providing health benefits rises 4.5%, lowest in 15 years.
11:40 am Chippewa Herald. Pactiv plant closing starts Jan. 18.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Lake level adds to crisis.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Oshkosh Corp. at risk as military budget shrinks, Icahn says.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Sand fracking expert talks economic benefits for state.
Statewide
1:43 pm WBIA. And RFA present at DATCP board meeting.
10:43 am WCASA. Begins series of legislative advocacy webinars.
8:37 am MacIver Institute. Study finds government employees make 19% more than private sector workers. 
   
2:08 pm Capital Times. Want Wisconsin to secede from the U.S.? You won't get far.
6:30 am Des Moines Register. EPA may take over enforcing water act in Iowa.
6:30 am Wall Street Journal. In the Midwest, hunt is on for elaborate deer stands.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Bishops won't budge on birth control rule.
Courts
8:34 am District II Court of Appeals. State v. Andrew M. Edler.
8:33 am District I Court of Appeals. State v. Joshua A. Prescott.
8:33 am District II Court of Appeals. State v. Thomas E. Schmidt.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Law enforcement union sues over collective bargaining law. Daily Reporter.
Education
2:16 pm AFSCME. UW System restructuring proposal abandons worker rights.
12:45 pm AT&T. Lt. Governor encourages schools to sign up for STEP.
   
11:45 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee among tops in nation for charter school enrollment.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. More rigorous scoring system has fewer students being considered proficient in reading, math.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Milton School Board stays mum on whether district is paying for Garrow's leave. Janesville Gazette.
Local
4:49 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County Board raises taxes $6.3 million.
10:44 am Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Applauds start of negotiations between Milwaukee Area Technical College and faculty.
10:42 am Dane County Board Chair McDonell. County Board approves 20132 budget.
9:12 am Xcel Energy. To install warning sirens on lower Red Cedar River.
   
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Jefferson utility rate hike OK'd.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee burglaries misreported as thefts.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Shirley Wind Project noise testing urged. WBAY.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Mayor vetoes move to suspend COW.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. County Board criticizes, passes Saratoga zoning ordinance.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County DA declines to investigate fake Democratic candidates.
6:30 am WISN. Kenosha alderman's car super-glued.
Congress
4:00 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. Elected chair of centrist New Democrat Coalition.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Petri. House votes to halt EU air tax.
   
2:00 pm USA Today. News conference: Obama talks about Petraeus, taxes.
6:30 am LA Times. David Petraeus scandal hits White House at awkward time.
6:30 am Reuters. Budget deficit rises to $120 billion in October.
6;30 am Washington Post. Obama to open talks with $1.6 trillion plan to raise taxes on corporations, wealthy.
6:30 am Reuters. Geithner warns against delaying solution to fiscal crisis.
6:30 am Reuters. Rivals dig in as "fiscal cliff" drama debuts.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Some Democrats urge short drive over 'fiscal cliff.'
Federal Agencies
11:02 am HHS Sec. Sebelius. Statement on National Diabetes Month and World Diabetes Day.
11:01 am Dept. of Interior. Salazar announces fee free days at national parks, other public lands for 2013.
10:59 am USDA. Awards first grants to increase local foods in eligible schools - 68 projects support nearly 2 million students.
Politics
4:02 pm DPW. Wisconsin Republicans: Off-the-rails.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Voters lose without competition.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. King concedes 18th Senate seat to Gudex.
   
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
   
WLEA v. Scott Walker
  Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association. Files suit in Dane County Court against Act 10. Complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief.
   
3:26 pm Daily Reporter. Law enforcement union sues over Walker's collective bargaining law.
Gov. Walker
10:42 am Gov. Walker. Statement on passing of Judge Coffey. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:26 am U.S. Rep. Kind. Kohl, Baldwin, Kind, Moore and Pocan encourage Gov. Walker to implement state-based health insurance exchange. Letter to Gov. Walker.
6:30 am ABC for Health. A new day for a health insurance exchange in Wisconsin?
   
3:31 pm La Crosse Tribune. Pressure on Walker increases over health exchange.
3:22 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Larson is Dem leader; Republicans cheer.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Obama's health care overhaul turns into a sprint.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Create insurance exchange to meet Wisconsin's needs.
Legislative
4:39 pm Rep. Pasch. Statement on re-election as Assistant Assembly Democratic Leader.
4:19 pm Rep. Barca. Assembly Democrats to continue focus on jobs, education in next legislative session.
3:37 pm Rep. Steineke. Elected to leadership position.
3:36 pm Sen. Hansen. Re-elected Assistant Democratic Leader.
3:05 pm Sen. King. Thank you 18th Senate District. Gudex for State Senate.
2:57 pm Sen. Fitzgerald Names Sen. Darling as co-chair of Joint Finance. Sen. Darling.
2:49 pm Rep. Ballweg. Re-elected caucus chair.
2:38 pm Sen. Larson. Ready to tackle state challenges as Democratic Leader. DPW.
1:49 pm Rep. Suder. Re-elected Assembly Majority Leader.
12:49 pm Rep. Vos. Elected Assembly Speaker.
10:49 am Rep. Pasch. Statement on MATC contract negotiations. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
   
3:23 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmakers say bill to create venture capital fund could pass next year.
3:19 pm Wisconsin Radio Network. Vos named Assembly Speaker. Wausau Daily Herald.
6:30 am WEAU. Assembly Democrats, Republicans to pick leaders.
State Agencies
4:16 pm DPI Supt. Evers. Column: Investing in education.
3:32 pm DHS. Polk County public health officer wins national award.
2:04 pm State Treasurer Schuller. Pays half a million + dollars in one day.
1:52 pm DNR. Weekly News.
1:41 pm DHS. Wisconsin Immunization Registry receives excellence award.
11:57 am DOT. Most road construction done in time for Thanksgiving travel.
11:55 am Dept. of Tourism. Walworth County receives $24,404 tourism marketing grant.
11:51 am AG Van Hollen. Reminds eligible purchasers of LCD flat screen TVs, monitors and laptops to file claims as part of settlement.
10:45 am DOC. News: Youth intervention programs receive $380,000 boost from DOC.
9:29 am BDPP. Statewide disability advocacy groups applaud DPI budget request.
9:19 am BOALTC. Assistance available to help with Medicare prescription choices for 2013.
6:30 am DOJ. Former Northland Pines middle school teacher convicted of possession of child pornography.
   
6:30 am WQOW. Air analysis: DNR to examine data from EOG's monitors.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Evers reintroduces proposal to boost state aid to schools. Stevens Point Journal. Wisconsin State Journal.
Economy/Business
9:48 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. Growth in goods and service industries slowed in 2011.
   
6:30 am Reuters. U.S. Study sees 59,000 MW of coal output too costly to run.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Mercury set to hire 170.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Most of America would be hit by tax increases and spending cuts from 'fiscal cliff.'
Statewide
2:02 pm Wisconsin Bankers Association. Over $13 million in lost tax revenue for Wisconsin.
10:52 am Wisconsin Right to Life Will be "tweeting" live from tonight's event featuring former Planned Parenthood Director, Abby Johnson.
10:03 am Wisconsin Long Term Care Workforce Alliance. Concerns raised about the health of the long term care workforce.
9:43 am CARW. Receives top commercial award from National Realtors.
   
9:54 am Washington Times. Petitions to secede are filed for 23 states since election.
6:30 am LA Times. U.S. to become world's largest oil producer by 2020, report says.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. 119 wolves killed so far in Minnesota's first hunt.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. NY governor to seek $30B in superstorm federal aid.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ex-Wisconsin man charged in espionage case.
Courts
10:01 am Clean Wisconsin. Joins lawsuit seeking full restoration of recycling funds.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Former Supreme Court justice Coffey dies.
Education
3:17 pm UW-Stout. Volunteer Here! aims to become hub for community service.
2:41 pm UW-River Falls. Students selected to present at global science gathering.
1:44 pm AT&T. Evansville 3rd graders learn about legislative process from Rep. Ringhand.
10:47 am UW-Stout. Police officers named Classified Employees of the Month.
10:39 am UW System. UW-La Crosse to develop math MOOC to boost college readiness and success.
   
6:30 am WJFW. Rhinelander School District faces $3 million budget shortfall.
Local
4:15 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Urges board to sustain vetoes that save $6.3 million. Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor.
12:04 pm Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. County Board overwhelmingly supports executive budget which reduces county taxes on median value home.
12:00 pm Fitch Ratings. Affirms Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewer District GOs at 'AAA'; Outlook stable.
   
3:24 pm Chippewa Herald. Lake Hallie continues work on nonmetallic mining zoning.
3:20 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele budget vetoes would make levy lower than he initially proposed.
6:30 am WISN. Milwaukee County Board wants to give workers money to offset health care costs.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. BMO Harris Bradley Center lands 2014 NCAA tournament games.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Downtown Manitowoc iconic beer mural to remain.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Tough choices on service fees.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County Board OKs budget; taxes on average home up about $12 a year.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele says he'll restore city park patrol proposal.
Congress
4:12 pm AFL-CIO. Horicon retirees urge Rep. Petri: No cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.
   
6:30 am Washington Post. Liberal groups mobilize for 'fiscal cliff' fight over Social Security, Medicare.
6:30 am Boston Globe. Senators propose comprehensive immigration changes.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Kind: Deficit compromise will be painful.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Polar bears, farmers and fiscal cliff on returning Congress' to-do list. Reuters.
Federal Agencies
9:50 am Dept. of Education Sec. Duncan. Celebrates 314 schools as 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
Politics
6:30 am Washington Post. Paul Ryan: We didn't lose on Medicare.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. After trying campaign, Ryan says losing race 'a foreign experience.'
   
Monday, November 12, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
4:37 pm Various Grassroots Groups. Open letter to Gov. Walker on Obamacare.
2:44 pm Independent Insurance Agents of Wisconsin. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding the health care exchange.
12:41 pm Gov. Walker. Video release: Small Business Summit.
8:20 am Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Walker still on the clock for health reform deadline.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Video news release: Veterans Day.
   
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Walker thanks veterans during ceremony at Capitol.
6:30 am Governing. Health exchange deadline extended for states.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker urged to set up state-run health marketplace. Wisconsin State Journal.
Legislative
3:54 pm Rep. Kleefisch. Column on upcoming session.
1:49 pm Rep. Suder. Statement on Veterans Day 2012.
6:30 am Sen. Schultz. Crossbow law unchanged for archery season.
6:30 am Sen. Lasee. Column: Welfare spending.
   
6:30 am  WFRV. Lawmaker works to get Veterans Day a paid holiday, day off for vets.
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Relaxing mining rules tops state lawmakers' agenda.
State Agencies
4:58 pm Dept. of Tourism. Driftless Wisconsin Initiative receives $34,300 tourism marketing grant.
4:11 pm DSPS. Meetings - revised.
4:06 pm DHS. State seeks public input on recommendations to strengthen emergency medical services.
3:58 pm DNR. Free deer carcass disposal returns to Eau Claire County.
3:56 pm DOJ. Multiple Waushara County residents arrested, indicted in heroin drug and death investigation.
2:45 pm DOT. November 19 is Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day in Wisconsin.
2:35 pm AG Van Hollen. Announces volunteers needed for Wisconsin foreclosure mediation network.
11:08 am DATCP. The road to becoming Alice in Dairyland starts now.
10:30 am DPI. New aid builds for the future.
10:29 am DPI. Reinvesting in our schools through Fair Funding.  Fair Funding for Our Future. FAC.  Janesville Gazette.
9:54 am Educational Approval Board. Former Wisconsin Congressman Steve Gunderson to keynote EAB conference
   
3:53 pm WTAQ. Gov. Walker's office cool on Evers school funding plan.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. DNR determines best practices for hunting in state parks.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Wisconsin considering taxing miles traveled.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. DNR has new sunrise/sunset app.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. States get more time to work on health care plans.
6:30 am Capital Times. Lower Wisconsin Riverway Board delays frac sand mine decision.
Economy/Business
4:50 pm Trek. President publishes first book.
9:04 am Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Wisconsin's business climate continues to improve thanks to civil justice reforms.
8:25 am Xcel Energy. Sending additional crews to New York to help restore natural gas services.
   
4:13 pm Fox 11. Mercury Marine hiring 170 workers.
12:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trek moves on without Lance Armstrong.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fearing 'cliff,' investors finish brutal week.
Statewide
4:10 pm Health First Wisconsin. Wisconsin's alcohol culture once again a national laughingstock.
12:36 pm Building a Stronger Wisconsin. Poll finds voters think Wisconsin Republicans gerrymandered districts are a violation of citizen's rights. Percentages.
9:55 am DBA. Dairy businesses to meet at DBA's 13th Annual Business Conference in Madion.
9:30 am RENEW Wisconsin. State's renewable standard delivers positive results.
   
11:53 am Chippewa Herald. Hunters urged to remember firewood rules.
10:06 am WISC. Flu shots required for UW Health employees. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Climate change is here, even if election skipped it.
6:30 am Reuters. Beer after work at the bar: a U.S. tradition is getting stale.
6:30 am USA Today. Improvements sought for health insurance law.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. In election's wake, health care questions - panel addresses impact, implementation and if it can be stopped.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Environmental group sues New York over ballast rules.
Courts
2:25 pm Chief Justice Abrahamson. Statement on the death of Judge John L. Coffey.
   
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Court to take up voting rights.
Education
2:26 pm UW-River Falls. Experiential Learning course seeks projects.
1:50 pm Marquette University. New study shows recession's impact on U.S. divorce rates.
11:09 am MacIver Institute. Study shows MPS failing to meet benchmarks. Report.
11:07 am UW-Stout. Assistant professor to speak at UW-Madison on frac sand mining.
11:05 am UW-Whitewater. Student wins national entrepreneurship award.
8:22 am Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. School districts benefit costs $366 million lower in 2012. Duluth News Tribune.
   
1:46 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Collaboration is king in Menomonee Falls schools.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MATC union seeks early contract talks.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Teachers' benefits cuts offset much of school-aid losses.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Badger Herald discontinues Friday print issues.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. District wrote letter of recommendation for teacher resigning over discipline.
Local
4:12 pm Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity. Veterans Volunteer Corps kick-off celebration scheduled for November 17.
12:44 pm Wisconsin Credit Union League. Credit unions thank Madison Mayor Soglin for small business credit advocacy.
6:30 am Madison Civics Club. Dr. Richard Davidson, author of The Emotional Life of Your Brain, to speak Dec. 8.
   
12:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Honeymoon over for Abele, Milwaukee County Board.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Janesville City Council to consider extending health benefits.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Soglin digs in on borrowing in city budget showdown.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Proposed budget amendment threatens to eliminate city's pilot compost program.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tab for chemical cleanup in Slinger reaches $135,000.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. County exec proposes 4 co-directors.
Congress
6:30 am U.S. Sen. Johnson. Veterans Day message.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Ribble. Honors our nation's heroes.
   
6:30 am Reuters. Republicans say deal can be done on U.S. "fiscal cliff."
6:30 am Bloomberg. Americans say Europe lessons means act now as austerity will fail.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Dems, GOP fight brewing over curbing filibusters.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. In fiscal cliff scramble, defense budget part of the mix as Washington pursues deficit cut.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Congress looks for answers on Petraeus.
6:30 am Reuters. Wall Street to Washington: Time to compromise on fiscal cliff.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State's senators already butting heads.
Federal Agencies
11:15 am White House. Remarks by the President on Veterans Day.
   
6:30 am  Bloomberg. Geithner to stay at Treasury through Obama inauguration.
Politics
9:57 am WISPIRG. New analysis: Tiny number of wealthy contributors match millions of small donors, will continue to set agenda in Washington.
   
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Republican advantage in state Capitol could be long-lasting.
6:30 am Washington Post. Labor seeks more liberal, pro-union agenda after helping Obama win battleground states.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. What's next? Politicians, analysts debate election's lessons for state leaders.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. New electorate is 'lagging indicator of next America.'
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Left gets little bang for political bucks.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Title-loan officials donated $24,000 to GOP Assembly candidates.
   
Friday, November 9, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
9:46 am Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy.
8:05 am Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Is there a Walker secret health exchange plan?
   
9:19 am WTAQ. Gov. Walker: state aid to schools may be tied to student performance.
6:30 am  La Crosse Tribune. Gov. Walker predicts tax cuts, mining bill, bipartisanship. WKBT.
Legislative
3:24 pm Sen. Lazich. Legislators elect leaders, prepare for session.
2:53 pm Sen. Lasee. Elected to Senate leadership.
10:22 am LFB. 2012-13 General school aids amounts for all school districts.
9:15 am LAB. Report: Petroleum inspection fee revenue obligations program.
   
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. State Rep. Doyle appeals to Congress to save Medicare, Medicaid.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. GOP ready to call shots in state Legislature.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Republicans pick state Senate leaders.
State Agencies
4:36 pm PSC. Pares back utility rate request.
4:35 pm Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. More frac sand mining discussion at Riverway Board meeting.
2:11 pm DATCP. Hunters: Remember firewood rules as gun deer season nears.
1:45 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
1:44 pm DNR. Hunters may harvest deer with tags and collars.
1:43 pm DOJ. Seeks to commit James M. Lalor for treatment.
1:41 pm DSPS. Meetings.
11:57 am DATCP. Nominations needed for the Wisconsin Corn Promotion Board.
11:06 am DWD. Meetings and hearings.
10:28 am AG Van Hollen. Statement in observance of Veterans Day.
6:30 am New York Times. With Obama re-elected, states scramble over health law.
6:30 am WBAY. DNR holds public forum on state park hunt.
Economy/Business
4:40 pm Integrys Group. Declares dividend on common stock.
6:30 am Lockheed Martin. Nation's seventh Littoral Combat Ship takes shape as Lockheed Martin team lays the keel. WBAY.
   
9:33 am Reuters. Consumer sentiment hits five-year high in November.
9:21 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Caterpillar closing Minnesota plant, shifts work to Wisconsin.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Medical isotope plant on track.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Small business outlook for Obama's second term.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Skills gap advocates make case for boosting Wisconsin job training funds.
6:30 am Businessweek. Wall Street extends its slide to a second day.
   
1:53 pm Capital Times. A state gas tax increase could be on the way.
Statewide
11:33 am Wisconsin Women in Government. Encourages women in government service to apply for graduate seminar program.
   
6:30 am New York Times. In Michigan, a setback for unions.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. County wolf tally grows.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Drought conditions persist.
Education
4:29 pm UW-Stout. Buck rampage shook building, shook up employees, students.
1:42 pm UW-Extension. Wisconsin Small Business Development Center partners with PROBE.
11:10 am UW-Extension. Wisconsin Entrepreneur's Network awarded 2012 Federal and State Technology partnership grant.
11:08 am UW-Whitewater. Defending champion wheelchair basketball teams host national tournament.
9:38 am AFT, Local 212. 2012 Profiles in Courage award winners.
9:16 am Marquette University. CEO of Pearls for Teen Girls, Inc. next guest to "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School.
   
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Regents discuss economic future of higher education.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. University of Wisconsin - Madison told of positives in detailing career prospects.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. Voters approve WTC referendum.
Local
4:33 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
4:31 pm City of Madison. Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award deadline extended.
11:58 am Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Joins in celebrating transformation of landfill into world-class recreational facility.
9:13 am Dane County Market. Pending Home Sales. Pending Condo Sales.
   
2:03 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Waukesha, Oak Creek working to put water deal back in motion.
6:30 am WAOW. Wausau Mayor: City did nothing wrong in Thomas Street project.
6:30 am WISN. Some Milwaukee Co. retirees drawing pensions, but back on the county payroll.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. With fire department facing cuts, Thursday fire adds fuel to funding debate.
6:30 am WQOW. New frac sand moratorium comes with $1 million penalty for ignoring it.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Group challenges Wis. diocese's tax-exempt status.
Congress
4:39 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. Column: As troops return home, help preserve their experience.
9:16 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: How can I help?
   
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Obama to address economy, 'fiscal cliff' Friday in first postelection remarks.
6:30 am LA Times. Obama's reelection cements his healthcare law.
    "Fiscal Cliff"  
2:02 pm White House. Remarks by the President.
6:30 am CBO. Releases report on the economic effects of policies contributing to fiscal tightening in 2013.
   
2:07 pm Reuters. Obama says tax hike on rich should be part of fiscal deal.
1:46 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama: Americans agree with my approach on deficit.
1:44 pm USA Today. Obama calls for 'fiscal cliff' talks with Congress.
8:09 am Bloomberg. Obama-Boehner 2011 near-deal blueprint for new debt talks.
6:30 am Reuters. Tax hike for wealthy won't kill growth: CBO.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Congress: Fiscal cliff cuts would mean recession.
6:30 am Washington Examiner. 'Fiscal cliff' would cost taxpayers thousands next year.
6:30 am Boston Globe. Business holding back investment, hiring over 'fiscal cliff' worries.
6:30 am Washington Post. GOP's rejection of higher tax rates an obstacle to debt deal.
6:30 am USA Today. Obama approaches 'fiscal cliff' days after victory.
Federal Agencies
11:19 am Dept. of Labor Sec. Solis. Statement honoring Veterans Day by encouraging U.S. employers to put our military heroes to work.
11:16 am HHS Sec. Sebelius. Statement on Veterans Day.
   
8:11 am Bloomberg. Obama's next transportation chief faces highway-funding quandry.
Politics
4:58 pm Janesville Gazette. State schools superintendent seeks second term.
11:33 am The Republic. Lemon law attorney Vince Megna running for Wisconsin Supreme Court.
6:30 am Fox 11. Canvass in 18th District underway.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Observers say Kind, Feingold might be asked to challenge Johnson, Walker.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge who blocked bargaining law says she might run for state Supreme Court. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Wisconsin counties switch allegiance.
   
Thursday, November 8, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
10:21 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
9:24 am Gov. Walker. Invites Wisconsin's youth to decorate the Capitol Christmas Tree. Letter. Capitol Times.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Obama's win forces Walker's hand on health care. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bloomberg.
Legislative
4:42 pm Sen. Fitzgerald. Elected Senate Majority Leader.
3:09 pm Sen. Hansen. Attends keel laying ceremony for Navy LCS Detroit.
12:52 pm Rep. Richards, Sen. Erpenbach. Affordable Care Act here to stay. Letter to Gov. Walker.
11:22 am DPW. Mark Miller's tireless leadership.
6:30 am Sen. Lasee. New study proves wind turbines harm people.
   
1:06 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin Tech Council: Venture capital bill, broadband infrastructure investments key to growth.
1:04 pm Daily Reporter. Budget, mining on tap as GOP takes Capitol.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. State GOP looks to enact tax cuts, mining bill, review of regulations.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Miller will step down as leader of Senate Democrats.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: GOP has responsibility to all of the state's voters.
State Agencies
3:30 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
12:47 pm DNR. Public comment period opens for 36 interim forest management plans.
12:46 pm WEDC. Awards site assessment grants to Antigo, Ashland, Stevens Point.
11:23 am Historical Society. 'Bottoms Up' premier parties.
11:07 am State Public Defender. Announces 2012 awards.
10:44 am AG Van Hollen. Column: A message of thanks: Covering crime victims with sensitivity.
10:19 am DATCP. Export Education Seminar planned in Appleton.
10:18 am DATCP. Relationship with Shanghai Dairy Group continues to develop.
10:15 am DATCP. Something Special from Wisconsin: Perfect gifts for the holiday season...and everyday.
8:38 am Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. State's health care reform plan must be transparent and accountable.
6:30 am DFI. Wisconsin credit unions post net income growth of 96%.
   
6:30 am WKBT. DNR: Deer-killing disease may have run course.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. DNR secretary: MVC dispute to be resolved soon.
6:30 am WKBT. Thousands paid to La Crosse city employees on paid leave.
Economy/Business
12:02 pm RENEW Wisconsin. The real meaning of Kewaunee's demise.
10:32 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Extended mass layoffs - third quarter 2012.
8:33 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. U.S. international trade in goods and services. Acting Commerce Sec. Blank.
8:31 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
   
1:03 pm Wisconsin State Journal. AT&T to expand wireless, wired broadband reach.
11:11 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin-based Krones to pay $15 million in Le-Nature's case.
8:34 am Bloomberg. U.S .jobless claims fall as storm starts to affect data.
8:33 am Reuters. Trade deficit narrows, economy resists global chill.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Dow loses 313 in sell-off; fiscal cliff, Europe weigh on market.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Jobs shrink during green power debate.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Obama re-election removes uncertainty, but will manufacturers invest now?
Statewide
2:14 pm WDA. Wisconsin dentists join, lead American Dental Association councils.
12:51 pm Wisconsin Forward Award. Announces 2012 award recipients.
11:09 am Capital Area Regional Planning Commission. Capital Area Planning Conference offers unique approaches to regional health, sustainability.
8:37 am Integrys Group. Hunt safely and heat safely.
   
1:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Traditional Thanksgiving dinner will cost less this year.
6:30 am WISN. Wisconsin's texting-while-driving ban rarely enforced.
6:30 am WKOW. New storm bears down on Sandy-battered NYC, NJ.
6:30 am USA Today. Loughner to be sentenced in Tucson mass shooting.
Local
3:30 pm Racine Police Department. Two children die in Linden Ave. fire.
3:29 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Chair of Committee on Economic and Community Development calls on county exec. to stabilize economic development leadership.
3:28 pm Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Apprehension Unit arrests child sexual assault offender.
10:25 am Forest County Potawatomi Community. Breaks ground on $18.6 million renewable energy project in Menomonee Valley.
10:23 am Milwaukee County DHHS. Disabilities services waiting list eliminated after 35 years.
10:23 am Southwest Wisconsin Book Festival. To be held November 24.
6:30 am Minnesota DOT. Groundwork begins on St. Croix Crossing project.
   
1:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Aldermen override Barrett veto of development design issue.
11:12 am Duluth News Tribune. Northwestern Wisconsin tribe asks for help with arson investigation.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Getting beyond an oil bottleneck.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Council leaders propose 'all or nothing' package of budget changes.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Wausau fails openness test on Thomas Street.
6:30 am CBS 58. Suburban sex offenders living near schools despite new rules.
6:30 am Onalaska Holmen Courier-Life News. Onalaska alderman wants to reconsider fluoride.
6:30 am Reedsburg Times-Press. Wage issues concern County Board.
6:30 am Juneau County Star-Times. County: No on Woodside deal.
Congress
12:00 pm Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Wisconsin workers call on Congress to preserve Medicare, Social Security and end tax cuts for top 2%.
   
6:30 am Bloomberg. Obama success on fiscal cliff may hinge on better Congress ties.
6:30 am USA Today. Post-election divide surfaces on 'fiscal cliff.'
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Obama, congressional leaders talk compromise, lay down markers on coming debt, spending talks.
Federal Agencies
10:43 am Bureau of Justice Statistics. Firearms stolen during household burglaries and other property crimes, 2005-2010.
10:39 am Social Security Administration. Field offices to close to the public a half hour early each day and at noon on Wednesdays.
10:38 am White House. Presidential Proclamation - Veterans Day, 2012.
10:36 am Dept. of Education. Announces highest-rated applications for Investing in Innovation 2012 competition.
10:34 am CBO. The federal budget deficit shrank in fiscal year 2012 but still exceeded $1 trillion.
   
11:54 am Reuters. Holder undecided on staying on as Obama's attorney general.
Politics
4:13 pm Voces de la Frontera Action. Latinos in the Badger State deliver national victories & call for immigration reform.
   
1:14 pm WISC. Report: Dane County judge in union case considering run.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 5 things to know about Wisconsin's election.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: And now, time to compromise.
6:30 am Seattle Times. Seemingly endless Wis. election cycle eases to end.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Youth voter turnout close to 2008 level: High turnout, but less support for Obama in 2012.
   Assembly/Senate 
12:58 pm Morzy for Assembly. Announces candidacy for State Assembly. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:56 am Hutton for Assembly. Wins 13th Assembly District.
   
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Vruwink claims narrow victory, doesn't expect recount.
6:30 am WEAU. Dem ponders recount in tight Assembly race.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. Vruwink leads, but recount looms.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Republicans will control Senate, Assembly, but some recounts possible. Wisconsin Reporter.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Recounts loom in handful of legislative races.
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Wisconsin state Senate switches party for third time in two years.
    U.S. Congress/Senate 
6:30 am San Francisco Chronicle. AP interview: Baldwin reflects on victory.
6:30 am Christian Science Monitor. Paul Ryan returns to House: Is he ready for bigger role in GOP? New York Times.
6:30 am Seattle Post Intelligencer. Wis. congressional delegation mostly unchanged.
   
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
2:46 pm Gov. Walker. Highlights military veteran entrepreneurs at VETransfer.
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Election Day statement. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama win leaves Gov. Walker with health care dilemma.
Legislative
4:01 pm Sen. Miller. Steps down as Democratic Leader.
State Agencies
3:48 pm DNR. Ramps up social media for nine-day deer season.
2:44 pm  DSPS. Meetings.
2:41 pm WEDC. Awarded grant for export promotion.
1:23 pm Board on Aging and Long Term Care. Reading mail is key to glitch-free Medicare Plan choice for 2013.
11:45 am AG Van Hollen. Announces video recording of this year's Department of Justice webinar on the public records law now accessible online.
11:43 am DATCP. Williams at DATCP for thirty years and counting.
10:39 am AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring BelGioioso Cheese to construct new wastewater treatment plant, update its land spreading plans and pay $45,000.
8:56 am Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Health insurance exchange deadline looms.
6:30 am Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $5.4 million for community projects.
   
1:24 pm Wisconsin State Journal. State has week to decide on health insurance exchange. Janesville Gazette.
Economy/Business
8:32 am WMC. Wisconsin's on a roll.
   
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. U.S. employers post fewest jobs in 5 months.
4:12 pm Wisconsin Council on Children and Families. Wisconsin should move forward to bring affordable health care to about 400,000 Wisconsinites.
Courts
3:03 pm Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP v. Scott Walker. Petition and appendix to bypass Court of Appeals, motion for consolidation. AG Van Hollen.
8:06 am District II Court of Appeals. State v. Gary M. Hemmingway.
Education
11:45 am UW-Stout. Online student reaches out to classmates after Tunisia attacks.
11:43 am UW System. John and Tashia Morgridge honored by Regents for their distinguished service.
11:42 am UW-Colleges. Online celebrates National Distance Learning Week.
Local
10:35 am Milwaukee County Community Business Development Partners. Small Business Development Exposition set for Thursday, November 29.
9:18 am Dane County Market. Home price index.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele may veto medical examiner legislation on custody deaths.
Congress
3:51 pm U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Seeks House Science Committee Chairmanship.
   
2:50 pm Reuters. Top Republican: will work with Obama to avoid fiscal cliff.
10:54 am LA Times. Fitch Ratings warns of U.S. credit downgrade from fiscal cliff.
10:20 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Given second term, Obama now facing new urgent task.
8:27 am Wall Street Journal. A world of challenges awaits the president.
8:00 am Washington Post. Fresh from reelection, president finds himself on edge of 'fiscal cliff.'
6:30 am Reuters. Election over, Obama to face same weak economy.
Politics - General Election Results.
2:42 pm ACLU of Wisconsin. Voters exercised their rights, but dealt with problems.
12:24 pm Wisconsin Right to Life. Massachusetts defeats doctor-prescribed suicide.
   
10:25 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker on election: Wisconsin is very independent.
6:30 am Waukesha Patch. Kapenga concedes to Farrow in 33rd Senate District.
    Assembly/Senate 
2:51 pm VanderMeer for Assembly. Statement on possible recount.
Updated
4:20 pm
Statements: Shilling for State Senate. Scott Walker for Governor. Suder for Assembly. Loudenbeck for Assembly. Gudex for State Senate. Spiros for Assembly. Swearingen for Assembly. Tiffany for State Senate. Suder for Assembly (GOP majority). American Federation for Children. Republican Assembly Campaign Committee. One Wisconsin Now. Taylor for Assembly. Sanfelippo for Assembly. NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin.
   
1:26 pm Duluth News Tribune. Wis. Legislature: GOP reclaims full control of state government.
10:30 am WBAY. Democrat King not conceding 18th District race.
6:30 am Hudson Star Observer. Republicans all re-elected to area posts.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Shilling cruises to victory in 32nd Senate.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Doyle beats Evers to win first full term in Assemlby.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Vruwink edges VanderMeer in tight race.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Endsley survives Helmke's challenge; Kestell in the lead.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Theisfeldt easily slides into second term.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Gudex defeats King in 18th Senate District.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Tittl wins 25th Assembly District race.
6:30 am WHBY. GOP fared well in local Assembly races.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Hansen fends off challenge for fourth state Senate term.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Greenville businessman credits grassroots campaign to 56th District victory.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Krug wins re-election in 72nd Assembly District by 114-vote margin.
6:30 am WSAU. Snyder loses state assembly race to Wright.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Incumbent Democrat surges ahead for Racine-Kenosha Senate seat.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP retakes state Senate and full control of state government. Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Reporter.
    Congress
2:45 pm Statements: Duffy for Congress. Scott Walker for Governor. Pocan for Congress.
   
6:30- am Shawano Leader. Ribble survives challenge from Wall.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Pocan wins as Dems retain 2nd District; incumbents sweep in other congressional seats.
6:30 am  WTAQ. FDL DOP Congressman Tom Petri wins another re-election.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Ron Kind elected to ninth term in 3rd Congressional District.
6:30 am Boston Globe. Ryan loses VP but wins re-election in Wis.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Incumbents dominate state's congressional races.
    U.S. Senate
6:30 am Statements: Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Fair Wisconsin PAC. Ron Johnson for U.S. Senate.
   
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Republicans lose 3 U.S. Senate seats.
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. After a long career, Tommy makes his political exit.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin defeats Thompson in hard-fought, contentious Senate race. Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Reporter.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Democrat Tammy Baldwin wins U.S. Senate seat in Wis. Wall Street Journal.
6:30 am Reuters. Wisconsin's Baldwin becomes first openly gay senator.
    Presidential
Updated
1:25 pm
Statements: AFL-CIO. SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. DPW. Wisconsin College Republicans. Ron Johnson for U.S. Senate. SEIU Wisconsin. United Wisconsin. WPHCA. One Wisconsin Now.
   
10:38 am WISC. Obama's re-election secures health care reform.
10:32 am WTMJ. Ryan statement: 'Immensely proud' of campaign, grateful to Romney.
10:26 am WQOW. Voter turnout around 70% in state.
10:22 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Analysis: Dems score wins after two years of losses.
10:18 am WEAU. Women, minorities help Obama win in Wisconsin.
9:18 am Reuters. Analysis: Victory puts Obama in position to expand government's reach.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Obama powers to re-election despite weak economy.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Congrats to Obama; now hard work begins.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Obama wins Wisconsin, home state of Romney running mate Ryan.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama wins second term after fierce battle. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan loses race but raises profile in run for vice presidency.
   
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
   
State Agencies
4:28 pm DNR. Seeks public comment on rules affecting small business.
2:32 pm DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: The prize of freedom.
2:17 pm DPI Supt. Evers. Column: Veterans and military families offer students lessons for life.
1:00 pm DNR. Weekly News.
Economy/Business
2:17 pm Alliant Energy. Sends more crews as East Coast restoration work continues.
6:30 am Integrys Group. Reports improved third quarter 2012 earnings.
Statewide
2:31 pm Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Straight workplace allies advocating for LGBT equality.
10:43 am Marshfield Clinic. National society honors Marshfield Clinic spine surgeon.
10:40 am Competitive Wisconsin. Hosting economic summit series on workforce development.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Let's level the playing field before the next election.
Courts
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin DOT responds to Talgo lawsuit.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Train-maker Talgo sues Gov. Walker, Wisconsin.
Education
4:20 pm UW-Stout. Campus hosting events to commemorate Veterans Day.
10:46 am Medical College of Wisconsin. And Wisconsin-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team assist in Hurricane Sandy response efforts.
10:42 am UW-Stout. Bessie named provost, vice chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs.
6:30 am UW-Milwaukee. Celebrates GIS Day Nov. 14.
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire school board makes is easier to dismiss teachers.
Local
2:08 pm Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Outagamie County Board overwhelmingly adopts Nelson budget; delays economic development initiative.
10:41 am Milwaukee County Sup. Stamper. Praises Board for leadership in cases involving death of person in law enforcement custody.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Board. Unified county board approves 2013 budget on 13-5 vote.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Board. 2013 budget blast: Nov. 5, 2012.
6:30 am Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Milwaukee named as top 20 finalist in Bloomberg Philanthropies' Mayors Challenge.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County Board OKs tax increase; Abele vows to veto.
Congress
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. AMT could sock millions of new households with hefty tax.
6:30 am Reuters. Analysis: Washington, Wall Street misreading each other again as cliff nears.
Federal Agencies
9:40 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job openings and labor turnover summary.
6:30 am Social Security. December 2012 columns.
Politics
10:45 am Wisconsin State Journal. Your guide to Election Day.
10:44 am Janesville Gazette. Thousands vote early in Rock County.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Early voting up just slightly in city.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Tuesday's election centers around state, national races.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Poll watchers to watch and be watched during election.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: A single vote can matter.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Wis. voters face tight Senate, presidential races.
6:30 am Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin: Key questions and answers headed into election day.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Wis. GAB: 545K have requested absentee ballots. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am Fox 11. Voter fatigue in Northeast Wisconsin.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Decision day here in Beloit.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Things to know about voting Tuesday.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Referendum at the polls.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Referendums cause UW students to vote absentee in Minn.
    Turnout 
4:50 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Passions remain high in Elkhorn voting lines.
4:48 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Traffic steady at polls in Milwaukee County's southern suburbs.
4:42 pm Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Nearly a quarter of registered voters countywide cast ballots by 11 a.m.
4:41 pm Chippewa Herald. Half of eligible voters have already cast ballots at Hallie Town Hall.
4:39 pm Chippewa Herald. Voting going smoothly throughout county
4:38 pm Fond du Lac Reporter. Busy day at Fond du Lac area polls.
4:37 pm Green Bay Press Gazette. Clerks in Brown County request 8,000 extra ballots.
4:33 pm Janesville Gazette. Voting heavy in Janesville; results could be late.
4:30 pm Janesville Gazette. Some voters voting incorrectly for president.
2:06 pm Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin voters pack polling stations to decide tight presidential, U.S. Senate races.
1:06 pm Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Long lines, new laws confront some voters.
1:01 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Five hours into election, long lines, some voting problems surface.
1:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Emotions high on election day in West Allis.
1:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Poll watchers complain at Merrill Park, DA investigates.
12:59 pm Capital Times. High number of early voters suggests high turnout overall.
10:48 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Some voting in different districts.
9:33 am Janesville Gazette. Voting lines begin to form in battleground Wisconsin.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Expect heavy turnout, long lines at polling places today.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune.  Turnout predictions high despite dreary forecast.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chilly, rainy forecast could affect voting.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Wood County clerk: 85% turnout possible in today's election.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Voter turnout Tuesday in Wisconsin could top 3 million.
    Assembly/Senate 
10:49 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. State Senate control up for grabs.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. Barca campaigns for Vruwink.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Parties vie for Senate majority, one seat could determine shift.
    Congress
9:31 am La Crosse Tribune. House races in northern Wisconsin drawing attention.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. No matter who wins White House, new Congress a likely problem for new president's agenda.
    Presidential 
12:02 pm LA Times. Obama makes calls to voters in Wisconsin.
9:36 am USA Today. Who's winning? Here's how you'll be able to tell.
9:34 am USA Today. Decision Day: Voters form long lines in tight race.
6:30 am LA Times. Polls give Obama edge over Romney, but it's too close to call.
6:30 am New York Times. State by state, battle for presidency goes to voters.
6:30 am Washington Examiner. And the winner is...up to these few states.
6:30 am Wall Street Journal. In Milwaukee, a struggle to find potential voters.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Clues to Obama-Romney outcome lie in three eastern states.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Possible voting snags foreseen in Ohio, Sandy-stricken areas. Wisconsin Reporter.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Missing from presidential race: roads, bridges.
6:30 am Seattle Times. No rest in final campaign hours for Obama, Romney.
6:30 am Washington Post. Bob Dylan tells concert crowd in battleground Wisconsin Obama will win in a landslide.
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Ryan ends campaign with a blessing and visit home.
   
Monday, November 5, 2012
   
Legislative
10:05 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Obituary: Carol Owens. Gov. Walker. Rep. Suder.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. New iron ore mining bill planned for Wisconsin.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Enforcement of domestic violence laws lacking. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
State Agencies
3:42 pm GAB. Absentee voting update.
3:35 pm DNR. The Conservation Fund seeks grant for acquisition of land; Grants requested for Stewardship Habitat Areas projects in the City of Franklin.
3:29 pm PSC. Wisconsin electric providers in compliance with renewable energy goals.
   
12:12 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. DNR urges hunters to donate venison.
Economy/Business
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Enbridge proposes another pipeline to Superior.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Working to fill the skills gap.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. WPS Health Insurance to lay off up to 600, mostly in Monona and Wausau. Wausau Daily Herald.
Statewide
10:54 am Marshfield Clinic. Physician, researcher to receive 25th Anniversary Sebold Award.
Courts
10:46 am Talgo. Train manufacturer sues Wisconsin over default on train contract. Summons. Milwaukee Business Journal.
Education
3:26 pm UW-Stevens Point. Alumnus named head of fundraising, alumni relations.
2:48 pm Marquette University. 'Art of The Hobbit' authors to speak at Marquette.
1:39 pm UW-River Falls. AASCARR elects officers, changes name to NARRU.
11:50 am UW-Eau Claire. Posts chancellor position description.
11:48 am UW-Madison. Stirred, not shaken, lake mixing experiment shows promise.
11:44 am UW-River Falls. Week of events to recognize and serve veterans.
Local
4:22 pm Racine Police Department. Credit union robbery.
2:17 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Prioritizes long-term planning for county facilities in budget.
1:41 pm Milwaukee Center for Leadership Development. Hosts 3rd annual dinner to salute its volunteers and supporters.
8:22 am FEED Kitchens. Selects Northgate for new location.
8:15 am Dane County Market. Active MLS Listings. Months of MLS Inventory.
6:30 am Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
   
12:27 pm Oshkosh Northwestern. Franz: 'Consequences' to fire department service from budget cuts.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County weighs court fight over employee benefits.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Millions of dollars in green energy grants go unused.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Local post offices to cut hours.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Departments at odds after cop pulls gun on firefighter during traffic stop.
Congress
6:30 am Bloomberg. G-20 tells U.S. to avoid fiscal cliff as focus widens.
Politics
6:30 am Common Cause in Wisconsin. Don't know where to vote? Experiencing harassment of intimidation? Any other voting questions? Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
6:30 am City of Madison. Absentee ballot statistics.
   
12:05 pm WKOW. 70 percent turnout predicted on Election Day.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Local officials ready for Election Day.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Some polling places have changed in Milwaukee.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Poll watchers to watch and be watched during election.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Mail-in ballots least reliable, experts say.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Many in Portage county have made their political choice by voting early.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Officials expect big turnout Tuesday. Baraboo News Republic. Chippewa Herald.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Early voting ends with one last push.
    Assembly/Senate 
12:04 pm WISC. Recall survivor, newcomer battle in state senate race.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Republicans raise more funds than Democrats in local races.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. In 70th Assembly District, VanderMeer pulls in campaign fundraising windfall.
6:30 am Lakeland Times.  Election 2012: 34th Assembly.
6:30 am  Shawano Leader. Powers, Tauchen fight for Assembly seat.
6:30 am Brookfield Patch. Redistricting set the course for the 13th, 14th Assembly District races.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Three races could tip balance in Wisconsin state Senate.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 93rd Assembly District: Election sequel of Petryk vs. Smith has key plot twists.
    U.S. Senate 
12:15 pm La Crosse Tribune. Thompson says he's optimistic about Senate race.
12:14 pm La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin says election choice between two visions.
10:03 am Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Thompson best to lead reform.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Will the real candidates please stand up?
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Outside spending on U.S. Senate race his record $45.7 million. Daily Cardinal.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Whether it's Tammy or Tommy, Wisconsin will be making history.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Election 2012: U.S. Senate race features Thompson, Baldwin.
6:30 am Kansas City Star. GOP pursues last chances to upend Senate Dems.
6:30 am New York Times. Senate candidates see little coattail effect.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Thompson predicts win in 'epicenter of politics.'
    Congress 
6:30 am Hudson Patch. Kreitlow says GOP's rally in Hudson proved St. Croix County is "in play."
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Election 2012: Kreitlow challenges Duffy in 7th Congressional District.
6:30 am Reuters. New Congress may have old look after election.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Pocan, Lee face off for vacant seat.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Two seek to unseat Ryan.
    Presidential 
2:20 pm LA Times. In Wisconsin, Obama pleads, advisors reminisce, Springsteen riffs.
12:21 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Springsteen warms up crowd before Obama greets thousands. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:57 am WQOW. President Obama speaks to crowd of 18,000 in Madison.
10:07 am USA Today. Obama begins last campaign day in Wisconsin.
10:02 am Janesville Gazette. Editorial: After four years, it's time for change.
8:17 am Bloomberg. Ryan wins either way as he boosts Romney in Wisconsin.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Presidential election seen spurring new wave of lawsuits.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Campaign lawyers prepare for another 2000 recount fight.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: With election at hand, questions to consider.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Better off 4 years later? A mixed bag of answers.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Obama's and Romney's top 12 promises.
6:30 am Capital Times. Editorial: Vote Obama, Baldwin, Pocan, Zerban for real reform.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Our pick: Mitt Romney.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Editorial: For President: Barack Obama.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Editorial Board endorsements.
6:30 am New York Times. Unions recruit new allies for Obama in battleground states.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. As bitter presidential campaign nears end, now it's your turn: Vote.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Editorial: Every vote counts in tight races.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Life changes big-time for small-town Ryan, if he wins on Tuesday.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Presidential polls give partisans lots of room to argue.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Obama, Romney fates tied up in 11 key states, including Wisconsin.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Obama would return to White House with leverage, lessons learned, legacy in mind.
6:30 am Sun Herald. Romney would bring CEO eye to White House.
6:30 am New York Times. With time as tight as race, Romney and Obama zero in.
6:30 am Reuters. Insight: For most voters, presidential campaign is distant.
6:30 am Reuters. Romney, Obama converge on Iowa in late scramble for votes.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. At the end, Romney, Obama spar about voter revenge. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am USA Today. Obama, Romney make final push for votes.
6:30 am Hudson Patch. High-profile Republicans fire up Wisconsin voters at Hudson rally.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Johnson rally local GOP; Franken stumps for Baldwin.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Gov. Walker: 'Frightening' to think of 4 more years for Obama.
6:30 am Washington Post. Obama displaying confidence on the road, despite tightness of race.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Campaigns wage all-out effort to sway undecided voters and get backers to polls.
6:30 am Chicago Sun-Times. Obama fires up Wisconsin crowd with help from Katy Perry.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin voters are passionate, evenly split.
6:30 am Wall Street Journal. Romney, Obama look for edge as campaign nears end.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Obama, Romney compete for mantle of change in final push.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Employers candidate push unclear.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Medicaid, the quiet giant of health care debate.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Romney, Obama say jobs, nation's future at stake in election.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Romney asks Wisconsin voters to pave path to White House.
6:30 am Reuters. Obama, Romney take aim at key Midwestern swing states.
   
Friday, November 2, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
3:52 pm Gov. Walker. Wisconsin ranked #13 in Site Selections' 2012 list of "Top U.S. Business Climates." La Crosse Tribune.
Legislative
10:10 am Sen. Lasee. Great Britian's energy minister says wind farms are a "dangerous delusion." The Guardian.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Harsh criticism of police chief out of line, Brown Deer legislators say.
State Agencies
1:42 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
1:33 pm  DNR. Hydrite Chemical Company requests renewal of waste storage.
1:32 pm DNR. Natural Resources Board accepts land donation from Natural Heritage Land Trust.
1:31 pm DNR. Natural Resources Board approves purchase of 165 acres for Avon Bottoms Wildlife Area; Deal subject to legislative review.
1:23 pm DNR. Natural Resources Board accepts land donation from Pheasants Forever.
1:18 pm SWIB. Supports Oshkosh Corp. against Icahn takeover bid.
11:39 am OCI. Administrative actions - October 2012.
11:15 am DSPS. Meetings - addendum.
10:19 am DOT. October traffic deaths were third lowest since World War II.
10:18 am DWD. Meetings and hearings. Addition.
10:06 am AG Van Hollen. Announces election integrity efforts on election day.
   
1:29 pm Wisconsin Public Radio. New transportation budget may call for gas tax hike.
Economy/Business
10:13 am Competitive Wisconsin. Wisconsin best in the Midwest according to national business survey.
Updated
1:12 pm
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment situation - October 2012 (Nonfarm payrolls up 171,000, Unemployment rate 7.9%). Labor Sec. Solis. U.S. Rep. Petri. Reuters.
   
6:30 am Washington Post. A rift in the business community over the fiscal cliff.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Grede lays off 22, cites slowdown in business.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Kapco buys building, hiring 50 in next year.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Report: Small businesses continue slow pace of hiring.
Statewide
3:49 pm Marshfield Clinic. James Weber receives heritage award.
10:48 am Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation. Seeks nominations for Champions in Women's Health Awards.
   
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. In the Badger State, divided over and baffled by Obamacare.
6:30 am New York Times. As wolves' numbers rise, so does friction between guardians and hunters.
6:30 am USA Today. Beware: Time is ripe for Hurricane Sand scams.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Sandy damage zooms toward $50B; likely to be second-costliest storm ever in U.S.
Education
1:38 pm UW-Stout. Students help senior citizens during fall yard cleanup.
1:25 pm UW-River Falls. Hosts information session for prospective MBA students.
1:16 pm UW-Extension. Having "local" on the label is good business for Wisconsin winemakers.
11:03 am UW-Madison. Chancellor Search and Screen Committee to hold Nov. 7 forum.
11:02 am UW-Stevens Point. To hose 2014 NCAA Division III Women's Basketball Championship.
10:14 am UW-River Falls. Wyman Series presents Mu Daiko Japanese Taiko Drumming.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette lands Gates grant for innovative solutions.
Local
4:58 pm Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Voters urged to check polling location.
4:27 pm Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Announces four "Chat with the Chair" events.
1:13 pm Dane County Sups. Hendrick, Wegleitner, Bayrd. County Board unveils homeless initiatives.
12:05 pm Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputy assaulted on freeway. Update.
10:04 am Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force. Applauds County Board for leadership on mental health.
   
3:58 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee aldermen approve $1.5 billion budget.
10:50 am Superior Telegram. County adopts plan with its 2013 budget.
6:30 am Fox 11. Proposed sand mine creates conflict.
6:30 am WTMJ. Man detained following scare at Oak Creek Sikh Temple.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Kewaunee Co. leaders look to map future without nuclear power plant.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Board, Abele wrangle over county's lobbying efforts.
Congress
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. U.S. officials: No delays in rescue effort in Libya.
Federal Agencies
11:10 am CMS. Health care law delivers higher payments to primary care physicians. Fact sheet.
11:05 am Census Bureau. Full report on manufacturer's shipments, inventories and orders - September 2012.
10:21 am EPA. Hyundai/Kia to correct overstated MPG claims as result of investigation.
Politics
4:40 pm U.S. DOJ. To monitor polls in 23 states on election day.
1:21 pm One Wisconsin Now. More True the Vote poll watching materials wrong.
   
11:33 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mayor Barrett: Milwaukee early voting to top 2008.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire County ballot question seeks rebuke of political spending decision.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. Clerk expects high voter turnout. Baraboo News Republic. WKBT.
6:30 am WIVB. Absentee voting strong in Wis. as deadline nears.
    Assembly/Senate 
3:48 pm Shan for Assembly. GOP leader's behind-the-scenes support of "some girls rape easy" Rivard's campaign stands in contrast to party's public repudiation of legislator.
   
1:20 pm Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. 18th State Senate District profile.
6:30 am WAOW. Stiff competition, heated attacks in open 85th Assembly race.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Round 3: 26th Assembly candidates meet for final time before Nov. 6 election.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Shilling earns re-election to Senate.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. 70th Assembly preview: VanderMeer vs. Vruwink.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Knilans, Kolste clash for 44th Assembly.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Ringhand open to ideas coming across the aisle.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. 72nd District incumbent: Balanced budget, business-friendly policy key to economy.
6:30am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kapenga, Farrow battling for state Senate seat.
    U.S. Senate
3:56 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thompson reverses course on raising age for Medicare benefits.
11:26 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thompson says reform ideas were his, not ALEC's.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin, Thompson continue push to Tuesday's finish line.
    Presidential 
1:57 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison rally for Obama to be near Capitol.
1:28 pm Chicago Sun-Times. Romney rallies Wisconsin faithful.
11:26 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Romney: "Real Change From Day One."
11:25 am WTMJ. Romney rallies with supporters at State Fair Park.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Romney-Biden may be winning ticket in unlikely voting tie.
6:30 am Reuters. Obama, Romney return to attack as campaign hits final stretch.
6:30 am WISC. Romney to deliver 'closing argument' in Wisconsin.
6:30 am Wauwatosa Patch. Bill Clinton: Romney's recovery plan is 'dumb economically.'
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Walker calls Marquette poll an "outlier."
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. Editorial: Vote Romney, his promise of way forward.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Both Romney and Obama have a chance in Badger State.
6:30 am Capital Times. Editorial: Obama stands up for women and families.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: The truth hard to dig up amid all the attack ads.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Employers warning workers of business effects of vote.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama, Romney make change a key issue on stump.
6:30 am New York Times. In Wisconsin, real battleground is rural.
6:30 am  Union Leader. In politically bloody Wisconsin, it's neighbor against neighbor.
6:30 am Chicago Sun-Times. Presidential campaigns beat a path through battleground Wisconsin.
6:30 am Washington Post. Wisconsin is vital to Romney, Obama strategies.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Madison visit part of Obama's key strategy, experts say.
6:30 am USA Today. Obama back on the campaign trail.
   
Thursday, November 1, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
11:14 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
10:17 am Gov. Walker. Update on Hurricane Sandy response.
Legislative
2:36 pm WMC. Rep. Dale Kooyenga awarded for job creation votes.
2:36 pm Sen. Carpenter. PSC needs to reject We Energies 5% rate increase.
10:33 am Sen. Cullen. Announces mining committee work.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. New Wis. law: New drivers can't use cellphones.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Wis. lawmakers criticize cops in spa shooter case. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
State Agencies
4:57 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:55 pm DSPS. Meetings.
4:00 pm DNR. Will conduct prescribed burns in southern Wisconsin.
3:00 pm GAB. Top 10 things voters should know for election day.
2:17 pm DNR. Waterfowl hunters reminded of a season split in the North zone.
1:58 pm WDVA. To observe Veterans Day at ceremonies statewide.
10:19 am DFI Division of Securities. Warns investors to watch for 'Sandy scams.'
9:46 am GAB. In-person absentee voting update. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:44 am DOT. Packer travel advisory.
9:45 am AG Van Hollen. Returns to the Project Safe Neighborhoods Anti-Gang Summit.
6:30 am ETF. Reminder: Contributions rates going up.
   
1:40 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New app tells hunters when it's legal to shoot.
6:30 am Capital Times. Political payback? Nino Amato says Walker administration wants aging coalition muffled.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. State agrees to pay $257,000 in redistricting case.
Economy/Business
2:34 pm Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. 2012 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award nominations deadline approaching.
11:52 am Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. Job cuts surge to five-month high.
11:19 am Boardman & Clark Law Firm. Employment law update.
8:00 am ADP. National employment report: Private sector employment increased by 158,000 jobs in October.
8:00 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Bloomberg.
   
1:53 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Survey: More Milwaukee-area small biz see dropping health plans with reform.
10:42 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin Energy eyes gas service to frac sand mines.
6:30 am Integrys Group. Wisconsin Public Service crews join utility restoration efforts.
Statewide
4:30 pm WMJ. Physician health programs focus on individual well-being, quality of patient care, journal article says.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. One year of concealed carry.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Lake Michigan, Huron water levels near record low.
Education
4:50 pm AT&T. Brookfield 3rd graders learn about legislative process from Rep. Kooyenga, receive donated dictionaries from AT&T to help further education.
1:19 pm UW-Madison. National cyber security effort launched to strengthen software infrastructure.
1:17 pm Marquette University. Marquette University-New York Times partnership receives Gates Foundation grant for innovative approach to changing the global conversation.
1:15 pm UW-Platteville. U.S. Rep. Ron Kind presents National Science Foundation grant.
   
6:30 am Jackson County Chronicle. BRF students not hungry for new nutrition standards.
6:30 am WEAU. Bully software program gaining popularity in school districts.
Local
4:55 pm Dane County Sup. Hesselbein. County joins fight against veterans' homelessness.
4:52 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Appointed to Eastern Wisconsin Counties Railroad Consortium.
4:48 pm Capital Area Regional Planning Commission. Proposals requested for Community Building Grants.
2:03 pm Milwaukee County Board. Results from today's board meeting.
6:30 am Goodman Community Center. Thousands of Madison families and children can't celebrate Thanksgiving this year.
   
1:49 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sheehy begins push for decision on replacing BMO Harris Bradley Center.
1:45 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County mental patient died from complications of obesity and sleep apnea.
1:42 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele, supervisors take credit for uptick in county's bond rating.
10:44 am Rockford Register Star. Trial ordered for Wisconsin woman in dog's death.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Clarke blasts judges as 'soft on crime' after boy's death.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. County considers 'wheel tax' to fund road work.
Congress
9:38 am U.S. Sens. McCain, Graham, Ayotte, Johnson. American people deserve full accounting of events in Benghazi. Washington Times.
   
11:46 am Reuters. U.S. gov't poised to hit debt limit before 2013.
Federal Agencies
1:24 pm HHS Sec. Sebelius. Statement on National Native American Heritage Month.
1:21 pm Census Bureau. September 2012 construction at $851.6 billion annual rate.
   
6:30 am WKBT. FEMA may not have enough for flood damages.
Politics
8:00 am Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty. Wisconsin paid volunteer problems uncovered.
   
2:16 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A year's worth of Wisconsin polling: What's changed, what hasn't.
10:40 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin early voting ends Friday.
    Assembly/Senate 
1:56 pm Fond du Lac Reporter. Challenger Gudex focuses on business, jobs, economy in bid for state Senate.
1:56 pm Fond du Lac Reporter. Incumbent King vows to be a moderate, independent voice in Madison.
11:16 am Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Knilans deserves second term.
6:30 am Wauwatosa Patch. Should Act 10 be repealed? Assembly candidates divided.
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. Smith: Partisanship creates division, block progress.
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. Practical solutions, positive results needed, says Petryk.
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Virgil: District key in getting state on track.
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Woods says laws must be fairer for all.
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Nass calls self 'a messenger for the people.'
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Assembly reps face off in 43rd.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. 24th Senate race heating up.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Editorial: For 67th Assembly: Deb Bieging.
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Editorial: For 68th Assembly: Kathy Bernier.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Union-funded groups spend big money to beat GOP Senate candidates.
6:30 am Capital Times. Editorial: For Assembly: Taylor, Sargent, Hesselbein.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. 72nd District hopeful: Education will help economy.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Knoff wants to bring former reporter experience to state assembly.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Suder still trying to make a difference for citizens.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Wynn, Jorgensen face off for 43rd Assembly seat.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Election 2012 preview: Political novice challenges Grothman in 20th District.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Czisny seeks to give 52nd voters a choice.
    Congress 
9:41 am Duffy for Congress. Releases final TV ad of the campaign.
   
6:30 am WTAQ. 7th Congressional race most expensive ever in Wisconsin.
6:30 am  La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Rep. Kind has earned re-election.
6:30 am Washington Post. Congressional challenger shadow-boxes as Ryan eyes bigger VP prize.
    U.S. Senate 
6:30 am DPW. Tommy Thompson: The reasons he's wrong from Wisconsin women.
   
6:30 am Badger Herald. Editorial: Baldwin understands value of higher education, health care.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Dem says Thompson is wrong for women.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Thompson for U.S. Senate.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin missed 2009 vote on honoring 9-11 victims.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Baldwin: Strong manufacturing sector essential.
6:30 am USA Today. Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race is bitterly close.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker, Thompson stump in Chippewa Falls.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Voters tire of negative ad barrage in Wisconsin Senate race as Baldwin moves ahead of Thompson. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
    Presidential 
1:23 pm White House. Remarks by the President at a campaign event - Green Bay.
11:17 am One Wisconsin Now. Romney campaign touted support of foundation head behind voter suppression effort.
   
3:17 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. St. Norbert poll has Obama, Thompson ahead.
2:13 pm Washington Post. Obama camp: No regrets in Wisconsin.
2:11 pm Businessweek. Obama ahead in Iowa as Romney closes in New Hampshire, Wisconsin.
1:38 pm Appleton Post Crescent. Obama's message in Ashwaubenon: 'You know where I stand.' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:55 am Appleton Post Crescent. Obama to campaign in Madison day before election.
10:25 am LA Times. Election experts say a lot could go wrong.
9:50 am LA Times. Obama to present closing argument in return to campaign trial.
6:30 am Reuters. Obama front and center in storm crisis as Romney subdued.
6:30 am Bloomberg. Tight U.S. presidential race makes split vote outcome possible.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. VP Biden to travel to Superior.
6:30 am Washington Post. Should he lose, Paul Ryan still faces bright future as he weighs possible White House run.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Biden set for Beloit.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Paul Ryan rallies Racine: 'We are picking a path for America.'
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Katy Perry with Obama at Milwaukee stop. Port Washington Patch.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Presidential candidates to blanket Wis. this weekend.
6:30 am The Hill. Ryan: 'As Wisconsin goes, so goes America.'
6:30 am The Hill. Obama, Ronmey begin final push.
6:30 am WBAY. Ryan rallies in Ashwaubenon. Green Bay Press Gazette.
6:30 am WEAU. Video: Paul Ryan makes stop in Eau Claire - see entire speech. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Chippewa Herald.
6:30 am WEAU. Video: Former President Bill Clinton addresses Eau Claire crowd - full speech. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Chippewa Herald.