September 2012
 
Friday, September, 28, 2012
   
Supreme Court Voter ID Orders
Updated
10:18 am
Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP v. Scott Walker. League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network, Inc. v. Scott Walker.
Statements: AG Van Hollen. Rep. Stone. Rep. Craig. DPW. League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network. United Wisconsin.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Supreme Court won't take up voter ID for now. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Gov. Walker
2:28 pm Gov. Walker. Encourages public awareness and participation in launch of "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign.
Legislative
3:55 pm Rep. Pasch. Milwaukee Legislators want a federal investigation. Letter to U.S. Attorney Santelle.
3:16 pm Sen. Lassa. Pediatrician group names Lassa Legislator of the Year.
10:15 am Sen. Taylor. Hosts GAB  voting event.
   
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. State panel extends temporary concealed carry rules.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Tribal gambling generated $1.3 billion.
6:30 am Pioneer Press. Tax reciprocity deal between Minnesota and Wisconsin at an impasse.
State Agencies
5:00 pm DHS. FY 2013 First Quarter update.
4:29 pm DCF. Wisconsin receives federal approval to improve support for foster care kids statewide.
3:35 pm Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Riverway Board to meet in Wauzeka.
3:21 pm DHS. State health officials raise awareness about rabies prevention steps.
3:19 pm DWD. Announces web enhancements for UI claimants.
3:14 pm DATCP. Wisconsin joins worldwide effort to control spread of rabies virus.
2:01 pm OCI Commissioner Nickel. Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius regarding Essential Health Benefits.
1:23 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
1:20 pm DWD. Meetings and hearings.
1:18 pm DFI. Nominations open through Nov. 30 for 2012 Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award.
12:12 pm AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Brown County concentrated animal feeding operation to pay $50,000 in forfeitures, fees and costs.
12:06 pm DCF. Milwaukee County child welfare improves.
12:04 pm DOC. Secretary Hamblin stepping down. Gov. Walker. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
10:43 am DPI. Capitol ceremony Tuesday to celebrate 132 Wisconsin School of recognition recipients.
10:24 am AG Van Hollen. Files complaint against Madison-Kipp Corporation. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:46 am DATCP. All that glitters in not gold at resale roadshows.
9:45 am DATCP. Deadline approaching for Organic Cost Share Applications.
   
2:08 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Audit chairman of state jobs board defends handling of HUD complaints.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chinese investment firm looking closely at Wisconsin.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EHD deer disease confirmed in more Wisconsin counties, including Waukesha.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Huebsch apologizes for not informing board. Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Economy/Business
10:27 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. Personal income and outlays, August 2012.
   
2:10 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Oshkosh Corp., AMTEC awarded military contracts.
2:05 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Manufacturing activity slowed in September, survey shows.
6:30 am Reuters. Job growth stronger in year to March than first thought.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Business Alliance formed as alternative to big lobby group. Capital Times.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Edgewater Hotel in Madison issues 'temporary but long-term' layoffs.
Statewide
1:41 pm Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Applicants sought for Ag literacy teaching award.
   
2:07 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Poll: Sportsmen view conservation as important as gun rights.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Domestic violence deaths decreased in state in 2011.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Study concludes Wisconsin casino market is saturated. Sheboygan Press.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Registration procrastination could lead to voter frustration.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin soldiers return from peacekeeping mission.
Courts
4:45 pm Wisconsin Supreme Court. Court interpreter training planned for Madison.
4:27 pm Madison Teachers, Inc., v. Scott Walker. Defendants' reply brief in support of motion to stay.
Affidavits in Support of Position: Andrew Lisak. Brent Miller. Jay Shambeau. Joyce Roling. Lisa Charbarneau.
Affidavits: Christoper S. Joch. Patricia Fagan Greco phD. Todd W. Gray.
Education
10:10 am UW-Green Bay. Malafa, Wochos appointed to Foundation board.
10:01 am UW-River Falls. Art faculty exhibit at the Phipps Center for the Arts.
9:50 am UW-Eau Claire. Alum's gifts of $2 million lead the way for Power of Possible Centennial Campaign.
9:49 am UW-Eau Claire. Foundation announces $60 million 'Power of Possible' campaign.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Student debt load deepens.
6:30 am Capital Times. MATC has no plans to jump into talks with its union employees.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. Tech college promotes growth.
Local
4:25 pm Milwaukee County Board. Several members meet with medical examiner about death of Derek Williams.
4:13 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Letter to Dane County Exec. Parisi regarding proposed day shelter.
4:08 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
2:02 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Thanks DNR for thorough decision on lakefront project site. Milwaukee Business Journal.
1:17 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Applauds progress on land sales resolution.
11:23 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Calls Mayor Barrett's furloughing of police evidence of low priority for public safety.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Sup. West. And colleagues help to combat human trafficking.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Appointed as chairwoman of EMS Council.
   
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Sheriff deputies ask judge to halt changes in health insurance.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Board chair criticizes Abele for tax freeze in budget.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Trane, city to talk development.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Is Wisconsin's budget ready to love again?
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. PSC streetcar statements draw applause from both sides of debate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Congress
4:55 pm U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: Keeping your medications safe.
3:26 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. And White House's Sutley tour clean energy initiatives.
9:47 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Service academy nomination deadline approaches.
Federal Agencies
10:41 am Dept. of Education. Provides guidance to help classroom teachers combat bullying.
10:13 am U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Waives day-use fees on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 29.
   
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Postmaster general: Viability of struggling mail agency now lies almost entirely with Congress.
Politics
3:24 pm DPW. Three houses in the Northwoods aren't enough for Sean Duffy?
3:12 pm DPW. Video: Tommy Thompson vow to "do away with" Medicare, Medicaid draws negative converage.
12:09 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Releases latest TV ad, "Too Liberal."
11:25 am Wisconsin Grocers Association. Endorse Tommy Thompson for U.S. Senate.
10:42 am Pocan for Congress. ALEC report exposes efforts for corporate-sponsored legislation out of public eye.
10:18 am Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Report: Under Romney WI health insurance costs would skyrocket and ranks of uninsured would balloon.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Madison liberal Tammy Baldwin wants to sit back and watch Medicare go insolvent.
   
2:04 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thompson target in new ad on Senate race.
10:16 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin Senate candidates to spar at first debate.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Candidates ready for final push in low-key campaign season.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Tommy Thompson backers worry about recent setbacks.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Democrats file complaint over Feehan campaign brochures and beer koozies.
   
Thursday, September 27, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Wisconsin ad campaign aimed at Illinois, Twin Cities businesses. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Legislative
3:01 pm Reps. Jorgensen, Pocan. Column: "Made in China" could mean the unmaking of America.
3:00 pm Reps. Jorgensen, Pocan. Announce plan to "Buy American" building materials and protect Wisconsin jobs.
2:55 pm Wisconsin CALLS. Member testifies before Study Committee on 911 Communications.
2:45 pm Rep. Knodl. Column: Wisconsin shares.
12:00 pm Sen. Carpenter. The return of automatic gas tax increases?
10:27 am Various Legislators. Letter to Minnesota Legislators regarding tax reciprocity.
10:19 am LAB. Report: Division of Gaming.
   
3:22 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Minnesota official says no to Wisconsin tax deal.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Mining rep: Clear regs needed.
6:30 am River Falls Journal. Wisconsin legislators urge their Minnesota colleagues to push for reciprocity.
State Agencies
3:43 pm DWD Executive Assistant Maxwell. Congratulates first class of Walgreen' on-the-job training partnership with Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.
3:22 pm DOT. DMV customer service centers closed October 8 for staff training.
3:16 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:59 pm DOT. Packer travel advisory.
2:53 pm AG Van Hollen. Announces consent judgments with two Utah-based alarm service companies - Vivint, Inc. and Pinnacle Security, LLC - for violations of Wisconsin's consumer protection laws.
2:31 pm DWD. Over 80 employers register for bay area recruitment event; Sec. Newson urges job seekers to sign up today.
12:48 pm AG Van Hollen. Announces mortgage settlement fund notices coming soon.
12:46 pm DFI. Executive Assistant leaving agency.
12:11 pm DNR. EHS confirmed in Dane, Sauk and Waukesha counties.
10:41 am DOT. Potential for deer crashes will be high again this fall.
10:35 am DOJ. Watch for Wisconsin crime alerts while traveling Wisconsin roadways.
10:31 am DOR Sec. Chandler. Column: Minnesota tax policy impairs income tax reciprocity agreement.
10:20 am DPI. Author Michael Perry to receive first State Superintendent's Distinguished Public School Alumni Award.
6:30 am DSPS. Meetings.
6:30 am WCASA. Lauds Attorney General's budget proposal - urges widespread and bipartisan support.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State economic development board not told of HUD criticisms.
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. WI Natural Resources Board says no to new dog rules for wolf hunt.
Economy/Business
2:57 pm Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. A new business voice for state's LGBT business community.
10:47 am Renew Wisconsin. Advocacy group raps We Energies' radical proposal to restrict net metering.
8:48 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. Gross Domestic Product: Second quarter 2012, Corporate Profits: Second quarter 2012. Bloomberg. Reuters.
8:47 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Reuters.
   
6:30 am  Reuters. Analysis: Corporate America sweats as U.S. nears fiscal cliff.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Piggly Wiggly to pay $570K in back pay to union employees.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Oshkosh Corp. awarded two military contracts.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unemployment rates drop in metro areas. Daily Reporter. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Manufacturers blame uncertain economy for lack of growth.
Statewide
12:06 pm C4C. Tax fairness & a compassionate budget.
11:59 am Integrys Group. Innovative Educator Grants now available from the Wisconsin Public Service Foundation.
11:53 am Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces Feminism in the Workplace panel to take place at UW-Madison.
11:52 am Marshfield Clinic. Receives $1 million grant to expand telehealth programs, improve patient access.
10:36 am Quarles & Brady. Noleta Jansen joins Trusts and Estates Practice Group in Milwaukee.
10:29 am Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence. 2011 Wisconsin domestic violence statistics released.
10:24 am Access to Justice Commission. Hosts community hearing.
   
3:24 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stubborn drought maintains grip on most of U.S.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Forest County loses 1%, Brown, Dane counties lead population growth.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Receiver cleans house after funeral association woes.
Courts
6:30 am State of Wisconsin v. Kelly M. Rindfleisch. Petition and Appendix for Leave to Appeal Non-Final Order/Request for Stay. District I Court of Appeals Order. Wisconsin State Journal.
   
6:30 am  Beloit Daily News. Act 10 ruling causes confusion regarding next step. Hudson Star Observer.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Unions demand judge let ruling stand.
Education
2:51 pm Marquette University. Media coverage of campaigns topic of panel discussion.
2:50 pm UW-Stout. Saving Ryan: Help arrived quickly after student suffered cardiac arrest.
2:47 pm Wisconsin Charter Schools Association. Names new Executive Director.
12:55 pm UW-Whitewater. Pathways program wins UW System grant to help students.
12:10 pm MTEA. To open Martin Haberman Library for Social Justice Teaching.
10:25 am Marquette University. How 'The Hobbit' came to Milwaukee.
   
6:30 am Chippewa Herald. Student debt stretches to record 1 in 5 households.
Local
2:54 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Takes a stand for justice.
2:32 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Releases his 2013 budget.
12:08 pm Latino Chamber of Commerce. Programs aim to create jobs, improve business practices.
11:56 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. County executive announces 2013 "Clean Lakes, Clean Energy" budget.
10:48 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Says County Executive Abele is lying to the public about deputies not responding to calls for service in county parks.
10:39 am Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Presents 2013 city budget to the Common Council.  Budget Address.
10:37 am Milwaukee County Board. Set to hold annual budget public hearing at Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
10:22 am AT&T. Expands mobile internet coverage in Hartford.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele's 2013 budget includes park improvements.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Barrett's 2013 budget gives taxpayers a slight break.
   Milwaukee Streetcar 
3:14 pm WILL. PSC to review Milwaukee's decision to impose streetcar cost on utility ratepayers.
2:58 pm Milwaukee City Attorney Langley. Statement regarding today's PSC action on the Milwaukee Streetcar.
2:49 pm Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. PSC indicates in favor of City of Milwaukee on Milwaukee Streetcar utility issue.
Politics
3:12 pm PRG. Endorses Tommy Thompson for U.S. Senate.
2:40 pm Parisi for Dane County Executive. Endorses Jorgensen for Assembly.
2:26 pm DPW. Seniors react to Tommy Thompson's promise to "do away" with Medicare, Medicaid.
11:55 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Wisconsin families can't afford Baldwin's extreme plans for their health care.
10:34 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Earth to Tammy Baldwin: Spending + spending = more debt.
6:30 am DPW. New DNC video: "Mitt Romney: Those people."
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Rove's group spending another $1.2M attacking Baldwin.
   
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
4:23 pm Gov. Walker. Launches new business marketing campaign for Wisconsin. WEDC.
   
12:01 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Walker to unveil new 'In Wisconsin' brand.
Legislative
4:25 pm Advance. Honors Jacque at 2nd Annual Henry S. Baird "Legislator of the Year Award" banquet.
4:17 pm Rep. Grigsby. Milwaukee Police Department and DA's Office must be held accoutable.
12:53 pm Rep. Barca, Sen. Lassa. Statement on WEDC failure to follow the law in issuing economic development grants.
11:30 am Rep. Richards, Sen. Erpenbach. 37 Legislators call on Walker to form bipartisan panel to implement health care law. Letter to Gov. Walker.
   
8:47 am Milwaukee Mag. Marriott millions.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Increased police training sought after death in MPD custody.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Sen. Shilling: Wisconsin must narrow its 'skills gap.'
State Agencies
2:43 pm AG Van Hollen, DEA, DNR. Team up to promote Saturday's national Prescription Drug "Take Back Day"
2:40 pm DATCP. Crunching numbers to protect our world.
2:39 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Workforce system reform key to sustained growth in manufacturing, building on Gov. Walker's successful strategies.
2:38 pm DWD. Local employment & unemployment estimates announced.
12:06 pm PSC. Upcoming public hearings.
11:28 am Dept. of Tourism. Abbotsford/Colby Area Chamber of Commerce receives tourism grant.
10:49 am DOT. Reminder for campaign workers/voters: Keep political signs off highway right-of-way.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Corrections officials nix restart of prison's Shakespeare program.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Natural Resources Board hears concerns about sand mining.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Officials expect 3 million voters in November.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Feds slam state agencies over use of economic-development money.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Panel looks at mileage-based fees for state drivers.
Economy/Business
1:23 pm Integrys Group. WPS Foundation's "SolarWise for Schools" program wins national award.
   
12:19 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State companies make pitches to Chinese investors.
12:15 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Miller Park sales-tax collections a sign of stagnant economy.
12:09 pm Channel 3000. Lands' End eliminates 199 positions.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Premold Corp. more than doubling Oconomowoc plant size.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. Home prices rose in July in 20 major U.S. cities.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Costco to bring 200 jobs to Bellevue with new store.
Statewide
4:15 pm Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. Representatives attend Renewable Fuels Association annual meeting.
3:35 pm WFDA. Court-appointed receive announces changes at Wisconsin Funeral Trust and WFDA.
2:44 pm Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. New fed figures for 2010 show Wisconsin taxes 9th highest nationally.
9:03 am Lake States Lumber Association. Tiffany right: turn management of forest back to locals.
8:57 am Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on Landmark Credit Union (pending) acquisition of Hartford Savings Bank.
6:30 am PDPW. Offers business financial decision making with notable business coaches. Brochure.
6:30 am Quarles & Brady. James D. Friedman to receive Charles L. Goldberg Distinguished Service Award.
   
12:24 pm Chippewa Herald. Poll: Most see health law being implemented.
4:19 pm Cullen Weston Pines & Bach. Plaintiffs file brief in Madison Teachers, Inc., et al. v. Scott Walker, et al. Brief in Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Stay.
Education
4:28 pm UW-Stevens Point. Among military friendly schools.
11:31 am UW-Extension. Wood smoke from residential heaters poses health risk.
11:27 am Marquette University. South African anti-apartheid leader Eddie Daniels to speak.
10:48 am UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Ray Cross. Honors Operation Military Kids Team.
10:47 am Marquette University. "The Foreigner" to be performed.
   
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. School budget future murky.
Local
4:51 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Announces three town hall meetings.
3:38 pm Dane County Exec. Parisi. Secures additional tentative agreements with county's SEIU, trades unions.
3:32 pm Milwaukee Ald. Davis. Introduces file for more info on MPD's standard operating procedures.
2:42 pm Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Calls prosecution of arrested bomb scare suspects all bark and no bite.
12:51 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Criticizes committee actions, Chairwoman on resolution involving land sale procedure.
12:25 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. 2013 Budget Preview Address.
12:05 pm Area Agency on Aging of Dane County. Public hearings scheduled on Dane County aging plan.
10:39 am Dane County Market. MLS condo sales up 55%.
6:30 am Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Cuts spending; taxes drop on home as part of 2013 Executive Budget.
   
6:30 am Lakeland Times. LdF members approve pursuing Shullsburg off-reservation casino.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. Record tax liens in Beloit.
6:30 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Local governments want shared revenue restored.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin Rapids to serve as pilot site for regional law enforcement training program.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Nickels says 2013 budget balanced, offers 'good value.'
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Clarke says he won't implement deal on park patrols.
Federal Agencies
9:20 am Census Bureau. New residential sales in August 2012.
9:18 am Dept. of Labor. Obama administration announces $40 million initiative to challenge businesses to 'make it in America.'
   
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. USGS wants to study 'water gun' for Asian carp.
Politics
4:29 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Madison liberal Tammy Baldwin's record: Higher taxes and more spending.
2:45 pm Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Who are the 47% in Wisconsin?
10:45 am DPW. As debate nears, national uproar over Tommy Thompson video proclaiming it "impossible" to save Medicare: says he will "do away" with program.
10:38 am AARP. Releases voters' guides for Senate race, urges Wisconsinites to tune in to Friday debate.
9:06 am Duffy for Congress. Rep. Duffy agrees to Superior debate.
   
12:17 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New ad by Rove-backed group slams Baldwin.
11:57 am Wausau Daily Herald. Petrowski endorses Spiros for Assembly seat.
   
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
12:02 pm Green Bay Press Gazette. Union-buster Walker calls for return of union refs.
Legislative
4:42 pm Rep. Taylor. Legislator's continue to seek meeting with Sec. Huebsch regarding arrests at the Capitol.
1:12 pm Rep. Stone. Statement on proposal to lay off Milwaukee Sheriff's Deputies.
11:34 am Rep. Sinicki. Statement on Gov. Walker's statement of solidarity for union referees.
10:34 am Sen. Taylor. Calls for audit of public bonds by WHEDA. Letter to Joint Audit Co-Chairs.
10:22 am Rep. Hulsey. Analysis shows the size of proposed Gogebic mine far exceeds other state mines.
6:30 am Sen. Lasee. Column: Mine you own business.
   
12:08 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bipartisan Wisconsin outrage over NFL replacement referees.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Lassa urges DNR to deny permits for Saratoga dairy.
6:30 am Washington Post. Wisconsin state senator Erpenbach tweets NFL Commissioner Goodell's office phone number.
State Agencies
3:21 pm DOJ. Crime Laboratory Bureau receives international accreditation.
2:06 pm DNR. Weekly News.
1:10 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Enhanced search option on website improves customer experience with faster access to information.
12:40 pm GAB. Announces new tool for voters, urges early registration.
12:17 pm DATCP, Emergency Management. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month.
9:33 am DMA. Adjutant general named vice-chair of National Guard association.
   
12:14 pm Racine Journal Times. UW-Parkside students suggest ways to save millions in Wisconsin prison health care.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal.  Jerry Zucker, Jordy Nelson to film Wis. tourism spot.
Economy/Business
10:52 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. State personal income: Second quarter 2012.
   
11:58 am Janesville Gazette. Laona manufacturer doubling workforce.
6:30 am Reuters. State, local government jobs won't recover until 2017: report.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Wells Vehicle Electronics breaks ground for new FdL corporate headquarters.
Statewide
3:24 pm League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network. Registering and voting before election day.
3:11 pm League of Wisconsin Municipalities. State should partner with municipalities and use revenue growth for property tax relief. Letter to Gov. Walker. Resolution.
2:59 pm WDA. Children to receive $30,000 in donated care at 14th annual Head Start Dental Day.
11:31 am One Wisconsin Now. Statement on confirmation of total lack of voter fraud.
9:14 am NAIFA National Council. Elects Juli McNeely Secretary of National Board.
6:30 am IMMLY. Wisconsin glaucoma patient has used cannabis for 40 years to stave off blindness.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Arctic ice melt sets record; UW scientist studies effects.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Voter fraud convictions in state don't match claims.
Courts
11:38 am District III Court of Appeals. NCR Corporation v. Transport Insurance Company.
9:27 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. James J. Gende II.
9:26 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. James Cyril Kotz.
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Appeals court hears arguments in collective bargaining case. Bloomberg.
Education
3:07 pm UW-Stout. Golf enterprise students working long hours at Ryder Cup.
11:59 am UW-River Falls. Art exhibit provides retrospective of Lynn Jermal's work.
11:48 am UW-Extension. New American Community Survey shows stable but high poverty in Wisconsin.
11:22 am Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Most Wisconsin high school graduates not prepared for college.
10:40 am UW-Colleges. UW-Marinette to present program to U.S. Navy officials.
10:37 am UW-Whitewater. Explosive tap water: Filmaker Josh Fox explores the risks of fracking in "Gasland" lecture.
9:19 am UW-River Falls. Social justice consultant to lead inclusive leadership sessions.
8:09 am Public Policy Forum. Annual report on region's public schools illustrates challenging nature of new academic standards.
   
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. School performance targets tough to meet, analysis says.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Madison School Board to negotiate contract with union.
6:30 am The Daily Cardinal. UW System President appoints committee for UW-Madison chancellor search.
Local
4:38 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Stamper. Calls for justice.
3:04 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Challenges efficacy of new public safety proposal.
2:55 pm Milwaukee County Veterans Board of Directors. Veterans organizations call for art museum to pay fair share at War Memorial.
11:53 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Unveils birth to four-year old kindergarten program to address achievement gap, find families jobs. Hand out.
10:48 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic, Sup. West. Honor past, present and future during Hispanic Heritage Month.
9:32 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Calls city burglary response/prevention inadequate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:16 am Milwaukee County Sup. Johnson, Jr.. Elected 2nd VP of Wisconsin Counties Association.
   
12:09 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Council rejects move to hold referendum on streetcar.
12:07 pm Brookfield Now. Town's bid to become a village sent back to state.
6:30 am  Sheboygan Press. Finance Committee rejects mayor's budget.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Frac sand hauling agreements effective Monday.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. City approves next step in industrial park.
6:30 am  Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Saratoga residents approve plan to give Town Board zoning powers.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. City seeks grant to battle emerald ash borer.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Kader responds to recall.
Congress
11:36 am U.S. Rep. Moore. Announces grant funding for Milwaukee health.
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Johnson outlines dreary fiscal picture.
Federal Agencies
10:58 am HHS. Health care law increases number of mental and behavioral health providers.
10:55 am Dept. of Education. Colleges and universities in 32 states and D.C. awarded more than $21 million in grants to help students pursue graduate fellowships in STEM-related and other high-need subjects.
   
11:57 am Chippewa Herald. Settlement with Department of Defense second-largest of its kind.
Politics
4:45 pm Zerban for Congress. Ryan's NASA remarks reek of hypocrisy.
4:33 pm WPPA. Endorses Halkoski for State Assembly.
3:02 pm Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Announces endorsements (corrected).
10:20 am DPW. Sushi for all? "Struggling" Sean Duffy mocks "47%" in bizarre food stamps claim.
9:12 am Tommy for Wisconsin. The facts don't match taxing Tammy's rhetoric: "I have been fiscally responsible."
6:30 am CERS. Response to Sen. Hansen's 'boycott' statement.
   
11:20 am Chicago Tribune. Paul Ryan's other race in Wisconsin.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Millionaire Neumann asks for money to pay bills. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin and Thompson state cases for Senate bid.
   
Monday, September 24, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
12:46 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Walker reverses course on removing electrical safety codes.
Legislative
12:04 pm Sen. Taylor. Recognized for support of reproductive rights.
11:35 am Sen. Lazich. Column: Defeating government healthcare nothing new for Wisconsin.
11:11 am Sen. Carpenter. Minimum age for SeniorCare should be 62. Letter to Gov. Walker.
   
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Mining committee hears from tribal representative.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Legislators, disability groups demand action against LogistiCare.
State Agencies
5:01 pm DOJ. A message from AG Van Hollen and State Fire Marshall Tina Virgil.
3:58 pm DHS. Department awards guardianship grant to aging agency.
3:53 pm AG Van Hollen. Reminds Wisconsin residents to register online for free, upcoming seminars on public records and open meetings laws.
3:50 pm DHS. Infant mortality rates decline slightly but ongoing efforts needed.
12:44 pm DOJ. Alert from the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network helps police develop suspect in sexual assault investigation.
11:32 am Dept. of Tourism. Public invited to "Walk with Walker" in northern Wisconsin.
10:41 am DFI. Second annual financial literacy summit set for Oct. 12 at Lambeau Field.
10:38 am DPI. State SAT results exceed national average, AP growth continues.
   
11:09 am Janesville Gazette. Editorial: State helping owners abuse land tax break.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Tighter rules for Capitol protests not unlike many other states'
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Lawsuit claims state cuts to Family Care that hurt services are illegal.
Economy/Business
12:13 pm Deloitte. 2012 Wisconsin 75 companies.
11:30 am Integrys Group. Larry Szumski named Vice President - Integrys Customer Relations.
8:19 am Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. Award nominations now being accepted.
   
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Regional job picture stabilitzing.
Statewide
2:27 pm American Heart Association. Go Red for Women campaign features Milwaukee woman.
10:39 am The Federalist Society. Wisconsin Supreme Court review and preview.
   
12:54 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin, Michigan officials discuss joint recreation area.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State sees highest West Nile case numbers in a decade.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Pressure mounts to restore Great Lakes water levels.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin scores high in credit rankings.
Courts
5:00 pm District IV Court of Appeals. Order: League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network, Inc. v. Scott Walker.
   
9:26 am Janesville Gazette. Federal panel to hear arguments in Wisconsin union case.
6:30 am  Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin among 10 states battling over voters' photo ID.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Act 10 might face years of legal battles.
Education
4:24 pm Marquette University. Poet Mary Oliver to receive honorary degree, give poetry reading.
4:22 pm Marquette University. 2012 'Foundations in Wisconsin' directory now available.
3:27 pm Ed Together. Experts call for improvement in early childhood education providers.
2:28 pm Integrys Group. Lakeland Union High School dedicates SolarWise system.
1:08 pm UW-River Falls. Dedication of new buildings to kick-off weekend of homecoming events.
10:43 am UW-River Falls. Center to Dairy Farm Safety receives OSHA grant.
10:38 am UW-Extension. Health and wellness online degree grows to meet demand.
9:58 am UW-River Falls. Annual career fair attracting employers, grad schools.
9:24 am WCCF. Clarifies position on 4-year-old kindergarten in wake of Wisconsin Reporter story.
   
12:56 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Center for Dairy Research receives $1 million grant.
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. State Superintendent idea cheered locally.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cedarburg sex ed program debated.
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. Court verdict stymies school bond sale plans.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. UW-Madison considers personnel policies overhaul. Wisconsin State Journal.
Local
4:24 pm Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. How will Milwaukee Police Department handle extra work?
3:39 pm Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. To lead review of public safety proposal.
11:36 am Milwaukee County Exec. Abele, Mayor Barrett. Unveil Milwaukee County Parks policing plan.
6:30 am Sierra Club. National Plug In day celebrates electric vehicles in Monona.
6:30 am Madison Civics Club. Marcia Anderson, U.S. Army Reserve's first female African-American Major General, to speak Oct. 13.
   
6:30 am  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele budget to call for Milwaukee County property tax freeze.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Civic officials in 'wait and see' mode on Act 10 ruling.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. City of Madison, employees union strike deal.
Congress
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Ribble. Congress should be working, not vacationing.
   
6:30 am  Reuters. Lawmakers may push "fiscal cliff" deadlines in to 2013.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Unproductive Congress skips out of D.C. until after November elections.
Federal Agencies
11:27 am HHS. Health care law ensures consumers get clear, consistent information about health coverage.
11:25 am White House. Presidential proclamation: National Hunting and Fishing Day, 2012.
   
12:58 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. HUD makes $720,000 in job grants to Wisconsin.
Politics
1:51 pm SEIU. Wisconsin State Council endorses Gary Hebl for Assembly.
1:08 pm DPW. "Tomney" taxman trails Tommy Thompson today asking for tax returns.
11:29 am AFL-CIO. Endorses candidates for November 2012 election.
6:30 am Albrecht for Assembly. Supports return of collective bargaining for county workers.
6:30 am Scott Walker for Governor. Statement on visit of President Obama.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. 100 days out, Wisconsin middle-class families brace themselves for Baldwin's "taxmageddon."
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Comments on Obama, Baldwin campaign stop.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. How candidates' debt plans could affect Wisconsin.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Middle is key to Senate race.
6:30 am  Racine Journal Times. Wanggaard has eyes on 2014 state Senate race.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Romney should use Ryan more, Walker says.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Romney's son fires up GOP rally in Elkhorn.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Obama courts voters in Milwaukee; Romney raises money in Calif. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Michelle Obama to visit Appleton area next week.
   
Friday, September 21, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Walker to meet with Chinese investors in Texas.
Legislative
4:59 pm Sen. Lassa. Senate Economic Development Committee to meet at UWSP.
4:16 pm Sen. Hansen. Senate Republicans' decision to boycott "skills gap" and job training hearing unfortunate.
4:12 pm Rep. Turner. Column: Congressman Ryan's "roadmap to ruin" an assault on most Americans.
2:13 pm Rep. Bernard Schaber. Calls for complete audit of LogistiCare contract in Wisconsin. Letter to Joint Audit Committee Co-Chairs.
12:12 pm Rep. Craig. Sends letter to State Supreme Court; demands transparency on voter ID, other cases. Letter to Supreme Court Chief Justice Abrahamson and Associate Justices.
Updated
2:34 pm
Sen. Miller. Statement on Senate Republicans' failure to appoint to standing committees. Sen. Fitzgerald response.
11:11 am Rep. Richards, Sen. Erpenbach. Again urge Walker to implement health care law. Letter to Gov. Walker.
11:09 am League of Women Voters. Statement on implementing health care reform.
9:42 am Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Informational testimony regarding health care reform implementation. Principles.
9:12 am AARP. Thanks Senate Health Committee for holding hearing on health exchanges.
State Agencies
4:22 pm DWD. Meetings and hearings.
2:55 pm DOA Sec. Huebsch. Letter to Rep. Taylor regarding Capitol permit policies.
1:03 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
11:16 am ETF. Announces 2013 WRS contribution rates.
9:44 am AG Van Hollen. Issues media advisory on donations for victims of the Argyle fire.
   
8:52 am Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin officials activate online overseas ballots.
6:30 am  Milwaukee Business Journal. WEDC: Three reasons venture capital bill failed.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State income tax proposal could be sweet for married couples.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. State schools superintendent: Teachers unfairly targeted.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Retirement System contributions from employers and employees to rise.
6:30 am Duluth News Tribune. Walker praises former Superior Mayor Ross for cutting spending.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State officials to push DNR on access to public land.
Economy/Business
2:39 pm Bureau of Labor Statistics. Regional and state employment and unemployment summary.
10:36 am AT&T. Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation receives $5,000 AT&T innovation grant to support rural business owners.
6:30 am Competitive Wisconsin, Inc. Praises Thrive's selection of Jadin.
6:30 am WMC. Lauds Jadin selection to lead Thrive.
   
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin jobless rate rises to 7.5%.
Statewide
4:58 pm Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. Community-based health plans elect association leadership; eight members among top 100-ranked U.S. health plans.
2:30 pm Wisconsin Counties Association. County officials to gather in La Crosse County for annual conference.
11:09 am Arts Wisconsin. 2012 Arts in the Community Awards.
6:30 am Institute for Wisconsin's Future. Group wants State's surplus used to restore cuts to schools.
6:30 am Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. EPA's four-gallon minimum rule to have little effect on Wisconsin consumers.
   
6:30 am  Wisconsin Reporter. Cities advocate: 'Management still in the driver's seat.'
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Medical Society wants planning for end of life.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Public unions ask schools, municipalities to return to bargaining table.
Courts
12:04 pm Wisconsin Court System. The Third Branch.
Education
2:35 pm Marquette University. Hosts 4th annual PR+ Social Media Summit.
2:34 pm UW-Stout. Sculpture installation completes new university gateway.
1:05 pm Wisconsin Technical College System. Honors Bruno Independent Living Aids with "Futuremakers Partner Award."
1:00 pm PROFS. SUNY Chancellor to speak on higher education as economic engine.
12:09 pm UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Ray Cross. Announces 2012 Chancellor's Awards recipients.
12:08 pm UW-Oshkosh. UW System grant helps move University Studies Program forward.
12:08 pm UW-Whitewater. Record enrollment.
12:07 pm UW-Platteville. To offer entrepreneurship minor.
11:17 am UW-Rock County. Fall enrollment up.
9:48 am Marquette University. Pulitzer Prize-winning author to deliver Klement Lecture as part of Freedom Project.
8:49 am UW-River Falls. Annual Outdoor Art Exhibition set for Oct 3-5.
Local
4:23 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
2:46 pm Madison Water Utility. Public hearing set for Monday on opt-out policy for upgraded water meters.
2:09 pm Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. And Waukesha County Chairman create network designed to enhance county leadership.
2:07 pm Milwaukee County Sups. Alexander, Lipscomb. Applaud progress of "Cap the Backdrop" legislation in committee.
12:05 pm Trek Bicycle. Trek US Gran Prix of Cyclocross hits Sun Prairie this weekend.
6:30 am Madison Mayor Soglin. Mayor's Neighborhood Conference 2012: Great neighborhoods - great places.
6:30 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces new tentative one-year agreement with county workforce for 2015. Wisconsin State Journal.
   
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Employee buyout shot down by Vilas County supervisors.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal.  Annexation plan surprises towns, committee members.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County panel backs phasing out 'backdrop' lump sum payments.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Census survey shows poverty down here.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Governor names judgeship finalists.
Congress
1:02 pm U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Conyers. Introduce Athlete Due Process Protection Act.
10:34 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Introduces bill to rein in EPA's mandate on nonexistent fuel.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Kind. Highlights importance of STEM education in American competitiveness.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Petri. Include Congressional pay in automatic cuts.
   
12:11 pm Wisconsin Ag Connection. Rep. Baldwin joins effort to force vote on Farm Bill.
6:30 am  USA Today. Unproductive Congress earliest to adjourn since 1960.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Senators introduce Great Lakes cleanup legislation.
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Farm bill failure worries area agriculture advocates.
Federal Agencies
2:45 pm HHS. Through the Affordable Care Act, Americans with Medicare will save $5,000 through 2022.
2:41 pm USDA. Grants awards to promote new economic opportunity for farmers and ranchers through local and regional projects. Awardees.
Politics
2:49 pm One Wisconsin Now. Right-wing irony parade adds another act.
2:47 pm One Wisconsin Now. Gudex's special interest supporters agenda could harm children with disabilities, increase local property taxes.
2:32 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Mitt Romney releases 2 years of tax returns, Tommy Thompson zero.
2:31 pm DPW. Reid Ribble is running away from his radical record.
2:29 pm Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Announce endorsements.
12:09 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin's healthcare law robs $9 billion from seniors in Wisconsin.
11:07 am DPW. Tomney: Tommy Thompson stands with Mitt Romney on "47%" comments, then blames Romney for his sag in the polls.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin's healthcare tax will hit nearly 6 million americans.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Comments on Baldwin's vote to gut work requirement under welfare.
6:30 am Scott Walker for Governor. Campaign launches petition driver in support of Governor Walker's reforms. Wisconsin State Journal.
   
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. 8th District candidates spar over federal funding for vets
   
Thursday, September 20, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
1:11 pm Gov. Walker. Moodys': Act 10 court ruling credit negative. Moodys' Credit Outlook.
10:31 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
Legislative
3:06 pm Rep. Loudenbeck. Asks DWD to pursue federal waiver. Letter to DWD Sec. Newson.
2:50 pm WMC. Wisconsin needs significant mining reform.
1:31 pm WMC. Rep. Paul Farrow awarded for job creation votes.
9:52 am Rep. Nass. Dane County liberals assault taxpayers with Judge Colas' help.
   
11:01 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Shortages predicted in skilled workforce.
11:00 am Fox 11. Senate panels aiming to fill skills gap.
State Agencies
4:15 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
3:28 pm DWD. Wisconsin employment & unemployment estimate announced: July revised, August preliminary. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
3:20 pm GAB. Wisconsin's military and overseas voters have new online absentee ballot delivery option.
2:38 pm DVA. Gov. Walker proclaims POW-MIA Recognition Day.
1:07 pm DPI. Wisconsin is transforming its education system. State of Education Address. Sen. Larson. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Updated
1:34 pm
WEDC. Paul Jadin announces departure from WEDC to join Thrive. Thrive. Gov. Walker. Rep. Barca. Green Bay Press Gazette. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:04 am DMA. Absentee ballots available online for overseas military, state voters.
10:48 am DOC. Prison inmates harvest and donate food to South Central Wisconsin Food Bank.
10:30 am DATCP. Petition now for 2013 AEAs.
8:51 am DSPS. Meetings.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Forum warns of need to secure retirement system.
Economy/Business
3:08 pm WCCF. New census poverty figures show Wisconsin has much ground to make up. Janesville Gazette.
8:33 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Bloomberg.
   
6:30 am Beloit Daily News. World Cup expansion expected to add 25 jobs.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Census: Signs of economy bottoming out as mobility rises, fewer young adults live with parents.
Statewide
1:32 pm Wired Wisconsin. Provides input on text messaging as a prohibited cell phone solicitation.
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Tax penalty to hit nearly 6 million uninsured people.
Education
3:37 pm Wisconsin Technical College System. Win $18.3 million in Federal Workforce Training Grants.
2:47 pm Marquette University. "Political Unrest: Notes from Syria" topic of 2012-13 Boheim Lecture.
10:30 am UW-Stout. Program at Famous Dave's inspires multicultural students.
10:29 am UW-Stevens Point. Researchers win international award in Mexico.
   
6:30 am Fond du Lac Reporter. Local teachers unions are cautious about judge's ruling.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Teachers decline to protest Walker visit to Madison school in wake of ruling.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. UW-Rock County enjoys record number of students for fall semester.
Local
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Proposals for combined dispatch laid out.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee's poverty rate stands at 29.4%.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee officials consider sponsorship deals to raise money.
6:30 am Capital Times. Health competition? Critics say consumers lose as providers build, bicker.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Madison to appeal state-ordered street closures on Isthmus.
6:30 am Jackson County Chronicle. Franklin sand mine left in limbo.
Congress
3:04 pm U.S. Rep. Baldwin. Presses for action on bipartisan Farm Bill.
3:02 pm U.S. Sen. Kohl. Introduces family of Oak Creek Sikh Temple shooting victim at Senate hearing on hate crimes.
3:01 pm U.S. Sen. Johnson. Calls for leadership on debt.
11:07 am U.S. Sen. Johnson. Congratulates Akaka on career of service.
   
6:30 am The Hill. Dems push affidavits instead of voter IDs.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Farm bill stuck in election-year mud.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Congressional hearing addresses hate crimes after Sikh attack.
Federal Agencies
2:10 pm EPA. Announces $1.3 million for Brownfield cleanups and job training in Milwaukee.
Politics
2:05 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Does Baldwin agree with President Obama's redistribution of wealth comments.
1:14 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Releases new TV ad "Rules." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
1:09 pm DPW. Tommy Thompson stands with Mitt Romney's "47% video comments - not Wisconsin's middle class.
11:17 am Rep. Wynn. Attends DOT's I-90/39 public meeting.
9:59 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Releases second statewide ad, "Decision."
9:57 am DPW. Tommy Thompson blames Mitt Romney and attacks Marquette University poll.
   
3:39 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ad war heating up in Senate race.
9:58 am Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Ryan should debate Zerban
6:30 am Hudson Star Observer. Voter forum features Knudson, Odeen.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Big bucks flow to Wis. Senate race.
   
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
11:15 am Gov. Walker. Attends Bluemound Road ribbon cutting ceremony in Brookfield.
Legislative
10:27 am Wisconsin Radio Network. Mining panel gets input.
8:22 am Baraboo News Republic. Rep. Clark: Power line cost will be steep.
State Agencies
4:49 pm DSPS. Meetings.
2:50 pm State Public Defender. Contributes to U.S. DOJ and ABA initiative.
2:41 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Visits Kenosha job fair, highlights integral role of workforce development in Wisconsin.
1:31 pm DOT. Members of the Wisconsin State Patrol receive awards for courageous actions and exceptional service.
11:25 am DOT. "Wisconsin Lake Superior Scenic Byway" becomes fourth scenic byway in the state.
10:42 am DATCP. Farm Center helps beginning farmers.
Updated
11:56 am
Madison Professional Police Officers Association, Dane County Deputy Sheriff's Association. Police unions' statement regarding recent enforcement action at the Capitol. Capitol Police Chief Erwin Response.
6:30 am AG Van Hollen. To deliver remarks in Wisconsin Dells and Green Bay.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Pines challenges Van Hollen over Walker comments.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Budget request seeks funding increase to cover cost of school testing.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Proposal would expand DNA collection to more than just convicted felons. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Taxpayers need to pay nearly $650 million more in Medicaid costs.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mentorship model could go statewide.
6:30 am Pierce County Herald. New DNR office opening in Spooner Wednesday.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EHD confirmed as cause of Wisconsin deer deaths.
Economy/Business
10:36 am Census Bureau. New residential construction in August 2012.
Statewide
12:36 pm Wired Wisconsin. Announces addition of Tech Madison as new partner organization.
11:00 am Rehabilitation for Wisconsin in Action. Successes and potential threats to Wisconsin's disability service providers featured at Pennsylvania conference.
6:30 am Anthem BlueCross BlueShield. Less than two weeks left to sign up for Get Active, Get Fit School Challenge.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State could save $12 billion in health costs if residents slim down, report says.
    Act 10 Decision 
1:13 pm Phillips Borowski, s.c. A Dane County Circuit Court judge strikes down parts of Act 10: What's next?
1:11 pm von Briesen & Roper, s.c. What did Judge Colas really do?
   
3:26 pm Janesville Gazette. Judge to issue written decision on union stay case. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker confident Act 10 will be upheld.
Courts
6:30 am Boston Globe. Court to hear challenge to Calif. DNA sample law.
6:30 am LA Times. Appeals court overturns political donor disclosure.
Education
3:48 pm UW-Stout. Accelerated teaching program geared to business professionals.
2:03 pm UW-Eau Claire. Chancellor search committee to hold open forums.
10:58 am AT&T. Burlington High students learn about dangers of texting & driving, urged to pledge never to text behind the wheel.
10:16 am UW-Stevens Point. Rusted Root brings unique fusion to Performing Arts Series.
   
6:30 am  Chicago Sun-Times. Chicago Public Schools teachers' strike over.
6:30 am Hudson Star Observer. Council refuses to rezone St. Croix Meadows for a school site.
Local
4:51 pm Dane County Board. Letter from members to Exec. Parisi regarding collective bargaining.
4:49 pm Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces initiative to keep homeless warm this winter, provide emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence.
11:30 am Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Congratulates Delta Air Lines on its new investments in Milwaukee. Milwaukee County Sup. Mayo.
8:24 am Public Policy Forum. Report examines consolidated dispatch services in Milwaukee County's South Shore. Report.
6:30 am City of Sun Prairie. City officials welcome Woodman's Food Market to Sun Prairie's booming Westside neighborhood at ribbon cutting ceremony.
   
3:46 pm Stevens Point Journal. City plans to annex almost 800 acres for business park.
3:38 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. City sues PSC over changes to water discount plan.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Frac sand hauling agreements set.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. County executive working on ways to hold line on escalating costs of health care.
6:30 am Baraboo News Republic. County to sue feds over files.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. LdF off-reservation referendum vote tomorrow.
Congress
3:32 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. Now accepting applications for national service academies.
3:20 pm U.S. Rep. Ribble. Leads House freshman effort urging economic certainty and tax reform.
6:30 am Wisconsin Farmers Union. The House walks away from rural America.
   
6:30 am Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Farm-state members of Congress returning home empty-handed, can't campaign on farm bill.
Federal Agencies
10:35 am Dept. of Commerce. Travel and tourism industry on pace for record exports in 2012. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
10:32 am HHS. Medicare advantage remains strong.
   
3:40 pm Oshkosh Northwestern. Justice Dept. faulted in gun-trafficking operation.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA's new 4-gallon gas rule sparks debate.
Politics
4:47 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Madison liberal Tammy Baldwin's Buffet Tax would hurt small business owners.
3:44 pm SEIU. Announces more fall election endorsements.
3:30 pm DPW. Reid Ribble denies cuts harming veterans: Record says otherwise.
1:23 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Campaign statement on Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
1:20 pm Marquette University. Marquette Law School poll finds Baldwin, Obama gaining in Wisconsin. Green Bay Press Gazette. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
11:54 am DPW. Tommy "goes quiet," falls in polls, says his campaign is "broke."
10:26 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin's delusional views on compromise.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Tours Milwaukee factory, discusses the need for job creation.
   
3:37 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama expands lead over Romney in two Wisconsin polls.
3:35 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama to speak at BMO Harris Pavilion on Summerfest grounds.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Bell rings to begin U.S. Senate race.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin, Thompson trade barbs about ability to compromise.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama event Saturday is at Summerfest grounds.
6:30 am Baraboo News Republic. Pocan: Bush tax cuts overrated.
   
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
   
Madison Teachers, Inc. et al v. Scott Walker et al.
4:14 pm Madison Teachers, Inc v. Scott Walker. Notice of motion and motion for stay. Defendants' brief in support of motion to stay. AG Van Hollen. Notice of appeal. Docketing statement.
Cullen Weston, Pines & Bach (Release). Cullen Weston Pines & Bach (Letter to AG Van Hollen).
   
1:50 pm Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin AG asks for stay in union law ruling. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am  Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Three suits on union rights in court system. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Gov. Walker
11:53 am Gov. Walker. Calls for special election to fill District 33 State Senate Seat. Executive Order.
9:59 am Gov. Walker. Agency budget requests submitted. Appleton Post Crescent.
   
1:48 pm Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Governor talks about Constitution with students, union bill with reporters.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Management still holds clout following collective bargaining reversal.
Legislative
2:11 pm Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: Teamwork key to effective leadership.
6:30 am Rep Jacque. Receives legislative leader award from Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
   
6:30 am The Tomah Journal. State committee considers veteran unemployment.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. New iron mine bill, or two, likely when Legislature reconvenes.
State Agencies
4:37 pm DOT. Gov. Walker announces freight rail awards totaling nearly $12 million.
3:37 pm DNR. Weekly News.
2:19 pm State Treasurer Schuller. $2.1 million turned over to state treasury from Metlife and Prudential Insurance.
9:54 am DWD Sec. Newson. Grant supports career planning effort in Milwaukee County.
6:30 am ETF. Judge declares Acts 10 and 32 unconstitutional.
   
6:30 am The Tomah Journal. Kleefisch at Fort McCoy.
Economy/Business
1:45 pm Kohl's Department Stores. To hire more than 52,700 associates this holiday season.
Statewide
2:16 pm Delta Dental of Wisconsin. Named Certified Center of Excellence.
1:12 pm Wisconsin Bankers Association. Bankers honored for state-wide financial literacy efforts.
12:11 pm Sierra Club, Aldo Leopold Nature Center. Celebrates local clean transportation leaders on National Plug In Day.
10:09 am GE Healthcare. At work in Wisconsin: Programs with Gov. Walker, UW-Madison researchers and UW-Milwaukee engineers highlight 'GE Works' Week.
9:09 am WRA. Growth in home sales and prices continues in August.
6:30 am  CRG Network. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch joins "We Did Build It!" event line-up.
   
2:04 pm Stevens Point Journal. Alarming new prediction released on U.S. obesity rates.
Courts
3:33 pm One Wisconsin Now. Call for end to Walker's 'gravy train' for Michael, Best & Friedrich.
11:17 am Lambda Legal, Fair Wisconsin. Wisconsin Supreme Court sends domestic partnership lawsuit back to court of appeals.
8:43 am District I Court of Appeals. William C. Mortimore v. David M. Noshay.
8:43 am District I Court of Appeals. State v. Jose O. Gonzalez-Villarreal.
8:42 am District I Court of Appeals. State v. Christopher J. Felton.
Education
2:21 pm EdTogether. Panel of experts to discuss education policy Sept. 19.
1:40 pm Wisconsin Tech College System. Students can study in Ireland.
12:34 pm UW-Colleges. Fall enrollment down 3.5% .
12:09 pm UW-Stevens Point. Artifact identification offered to community at free event.
   
1:55 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Medical College researcher receives grants to study diabetes.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS' retiree benefit costs drop by $1 billion.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Students strike against new federal school lunch rules.
6:30 am  Marshfield News Herald. School officials: Tax increase or budget cuts.
Local
2:48 pm Racine Mayor Dickert. Racine forum to host Assistant Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
2:22 pm Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Attends U.S. Senate hearing on hate crimes.
11:04 am Dane County Board Chair McDonell. Report: Sheriff reduces overtime use by nearly 40%.
10:41 am Sierra Club. Urges Town of Union to vote no on sand mine due to potential impacts on water and state natural area.
10:26 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Two young Capybara siblings join the Henry Vilas Zoo family.
8:04 am Dane County Market. August housing starts.
6:30 am Madison Mayor Soglin. TIF policy review memo.
   
1:43 pm Chippewa Herald. Resident claims council violated open meetings law.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. DNR to decide on Downtown Transit Center by early October.
Congress
3:32 pm Reps. Kind, Baldwin, Moore, Sen Kohl. Call for extension of SeniorCare. Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius.
   
9:07 am The Hill. U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner: EPA's four-gallon minimum mandate.
6:30 am LA Times. Congress to hit campaign trail early, leave to-do list behind.
Politics
1:09 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Highlights choice at Milwaukee Rotary.
12:21 pm One Wisconsin Now. Does non-taxpaying Tom Tiffany reject Mitt Romney's 'freeloading 47%' comments?
12:13 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin will address the same business owners she betrayed.
11:02 am DPW. Video: Tommy Thompson: "I'm not going to compromise."
   
1:54 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New ad by Rove-backed group critical of Baldwin.
6:30 am USA Today. Poll: Tight race for White House, Senate in Wis. Capital Times.
   
Monday, September 17, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
2:26 pm Gov. Walker. Web video: Gov. Walker and Donald Driver kickoff Passenger Safety Week.
Legislative
4:39 pm Rep. Taylor. Judge rules that workers should have voice in their workplace.
11:05 am Rep. Clark. Statement on Gov. Walker's "Pay to Burn" rules roll back for the Wisconsin Home Builders' Association.
   
3:01 pm Ironwood Daily Globe. Editorial: Revamped laws needed to make GTAC mine a reality.
State Agencies
4:42 pm DSPS. Gov. Walker announces lean reorganization at the Department of Safety and Professional Services.
2:24 pm DHS. Insured families need to schedule children's vaccinations with their physicians starting October 1st.
2:21 pm DPI. Awards to be presented to Friends of Education.
2:05 pm DSPS. Meeting addendum.
12:59 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings - updated.
6:30 am DOJ. Mauston day care provider bound over for trial in Juneau County.
   
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Landmark case tests DNR's Public Trust authority.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Recalls this year cost taxpayers more than $14 million.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State program's open hunting land tough to find.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin investigates prepaid funeral plan. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Walker administration targets electrical safety codes, citing home builders' concerns.
Statewide
10:13 am Wisconsin Realtors Association. Welcomes new Chairman of the Board.
10:06 am American Planning Association. Wisconsin hosts upper Midwest planning conference.
9:38 am Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Smear groups raised $49 million from secret sources.
   
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Wisconsin property tax increase lowest since '97.
Courts
4:40 pm Appling v. Doyle. Supreme Court order.
6:30 am AG Van Hollen. Statement regarding decision in Madison Teachers, Inc., et al. v. Scott Walker, et al.
   
3:12 pm Oshkosh Northwestern. Van Hollen calls union ruling 'woefully deficient.'
2:56 pm Wausau Daily Herald. Updated: Confusion in wake of Wisconsin union ruling.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Quick appeal expected in collective bargaining case. Reuters. Oshkosh Northwestern. Wisconsin State Journal. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
6:30 am Reuters. Wisconsin state judge strikes down collective bargaining law. Duluth News Tribune. Washington Post. New York Times. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Education
2:54 pm Marquette University. New Marquette Law School Poll to be released September 19.
12:49 pm Milwaukee Public Schools. Tough-but-necessary actions cut $1.4 billion from long-term retiree benefits costs, including $117 million annually
12:15 pm Marquette University. Marquette dental school groundbreaking this Tuesday.
12:13 pm UW-Oshkosh. Again named military friendly school. UW-Whitewater.
12:12 pm UW-Eau Claire. UW System president charges UW-Eau Claire chancellor search committee
   
2:57 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Madison teachers union to demand contract talks.
2:52 pm Living Lake Country. Lake Country teachers to push for restoring benefits.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Is 4K making the grade?
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Chicago teachers strike enters 2nd week.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Freshman failure rates steady despite reform efforts.
Local
3:22 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Campaign launches "Veterans for Tammy."
3:17 pm Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. DCD's Rocky Marcoux is cleared by DA's Office. Letter from DA Chisholm.
1:42 pm Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce. Celebrates 15 years with September cheese and wine tasting.
9:15 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Eighth and ninth "Chat with the Chair" events set for Milwaukee.
9:12 am Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity. Joy Global sets unprecedented fundraising goal of $250,000.
9:10 am Dane County Market. August Dane County foreclosures decrease 14.5%.
   
2:49 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA tallies nearly 9,000 gallons of hazardous material at abandoned factory.
6:30 am Baraboo News Republic. County's dispute with Ho-Chunk over expansion underlies potential FOIA lawsuit.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. In Janesville, political spotlight and hundreds of new jobs are sparking local economy.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. City police, firefighters face higher health costs: Insurance premiums could nearly triple.
Congress
12:25 pm U.S. Sen. Johnson. Commemorates Constitution Day.
11:14 am U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement in Rosh Hashanah.
   
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Food stamp flap at center of farm bill impasse.
Federal Agencies
12:21 pm Census Bureau. U.S. population reaches 314,395,013 on Constitution Day.
12:19 pm HHS Sec. Sebelius. Statement on Hispanic Heritage Month.
12:18 pm HHS, VA. Demonstrate secure sharing of sensitive health information.
Politics
10:11 am Republican Party of Dane County. RPDC exclusive interview with Judge Juan Colas.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Calls on President Obama to retract Egyptian debt forgiveness plan, take decisive action.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A third of legislative seats decided before the election.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sebelius campaigns for Obama in Waukesha.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Companies Thompson helps oversee have run into trouble.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. U.S. Senate race hasn't taken shape.
   
Friday, September 14, 2012
   
Act 10 Decision
5:00 pm Madison Teachers, Inc. V. Scott Walker. Decision and order on plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment. Gov. Walker. Rep. Barca. Sen. Miller. DPW. Sen. Grothman. AFL-CIO.
Gov. Walker
4:55 pm Gov. Walker. And Donald Driver kickoff Passenger Safety Week.
1:28 pm Gov. Walker. Joins Alliance Laundry for Ripon expansion.
Legislative
4:38 pm Wisconsin Grocers Association. Senator Leibham to receive "Friend of Grocers" Award.
4:55 pm Rep. Zamarripa. And Chairwoman Dimitrijevic to take Milwaukee Metro bus to "Chat with the Chair" at Mitchell Park Domes.
2:14 pm Rep. Vos. Statement on the total cost of recall elections.
1:49 pm Rep. Loudenbeck. Receives Domestic Violence Legislative Leader Award.
12:35 pm Rep. Steineke. Receives Working for Wisconsin Award.
12:29 pm Rep. Stone. Statement on GAB Executive Director Kennedy comments regarding possible photo ID law reinstatement.
11:04 am Rep. Hebl. Statement on BMO Harris layoffs. Milwaukee Business Journal.
10:32 am State Bar of Wisconsin. Honors Reps. Richards and Kooyenga with Scales of Justice Awards.
10:25 am Sen. Lazich. Column: Mining still legislative priority.
10:24 am Sens. King, Shilling. Convene committees to tackle Wisconsin's 'Skills gap.' Notice.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Sullivan: New Wisconsin mining bill will pass next year.
State Agencies
4:55 pm DNR. Statement on decision not to dismiss wolf lawsuit.
2:44 pm OCI. Open meeting notices.
2:12 pm DATCP. To promote Wisconsin as the place to dairy at World Dairy Expo.
1:16 pm DNR. Asks hunters and outdoor enthusiasts to assist in reporting sick deer observations.
12:31 pm GAB. Releases 2012 election cost data.
11:20 am DNR. Notifications to successful wolf license applicants are in the mail.
10:40 am DOJ. Agents partner with Saukville Police Department in ICAC operation.
8:53 am DWD. Meetings and hearings. Additional Meeting.
6:30 am DSPS. Meetings (updated). Accounting Examining Board Agenda. Real Estate Forms Committee.
   
1:00 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. New deer disease found in southern Wisconsin. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Economy/Business
8:52 am ManpowerGroup. Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index for fifth consecutive year.
   
3:16 pm Reuters. Egan-Jones downgrades U.S. credit rating to AA- from AA.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Bremer Manufacturing expands operation.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. HellermannTyton, Empire Level announce hiring plans.
Statewide
4:45 pm WFDA. Dane County judge appoints business attorney John Wirth as receiver of Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association.
4:45 pm Circus World Museum. Meeting notice.
2:48 pm Wisconsin Credit Union League. Consumers - who are the real winners - can celebrate credit unions' success.
1:37 pm Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. Waiver of renewable fuel standard would cost consumers money.
8:56 am Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation. Annual dialogue hosts national and local leaders to discuss obesity, women, and the impact of the obesity epidemic on Wisconsin families and children.
6:30 am CRG Network. Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast joins "We Did Build It!" event lineup.
Courts
2:09 pm Chief Justice Abrahamson. Column: Constitution Day: Celebrating the foundation of our government.
Education
2:43 pm UW-River Falls. Wyman series presents Zach Wahls.
12:55 pm UW-River Falls. Homecoming concerts.
11:52 am Gov. Walker. "Dan Clancy Day" proclamation.
11:11 am UW-Oshkosh. Constitution Day events Sept. 17 aim to get students engaged.
11:10 am UW-Madison. Constitution Day celebrated with panel discussion on elections.
11:06 am UW Colleges. Accreditation agency to visit.
11:05 am Marquette University. Northwestern Mutual CEO to speak at Business Leaders Forum.
   
1:18 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin educators to join Chicago teachers at strike rally.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Districts try to borrow to save on ballooning pension debt.
6:30 am Living Lake Country. Board finally agrees on KM retirement buffer.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Whooping cough reports in 9 schools.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. GE Healthcare pledges $32.9 to UW-Madison research. Wisconsin State Journal.
Local
4:50 pm Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. State funds for BMO/Harris Bradley Center helpful; others could also be helped.
3:19 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
11:53 am Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison maintains triple A bond rating.
10:33 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic, Sup. West. Proud to participate in 41st UMOS Mexican Independence Parade & Festival.
   
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Council: MVC in default of contract.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Clarke hits resistance to outsourcing inmate medical care.
6:30 am Baraboo News Republic. DNR: City's mercury discharges too high.
Congress
3:22 pm U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on Hispanic Heritage Month.
2:56 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces office hours.
12:57 pm U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls for Farm Bill action.
12:06 pm U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Supports No More Solyndras Act.
11:29 am U.S. Rep. Ribble. Want stopgap patch for the dairy safety net until new Farm Bill is enacted.
11:26 am White House. Presidential Proclamation - Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, Constitution Week, 2012.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Duffy. Statement on passage of the continuing resolution.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Ribble. Votes to keep government open.
   
2:08 pm Washington Times. White House details 'destructive' spending cuts.
1:15 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sikh temple shooting prompts Senate hearing on extremism.
1:01 pm Daily Reporter. House votes to end energy loan guarantee program.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. House OKs spending bill; 'cliff' debate awaits.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Obama rep pledges further Great Lakes restoration.
Federal Agencies
11:30 am Dairy Business Association. Sec. Vilsack's concern for Wisconsin's dairy industry appreciated, but inaccurate.
11:25 am USDA. Announces grants to support schools in meeting new school meal requirements. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:16 am Census Bureau. Manufacturing and trade inventories and sales.
11:14 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Real earnings.
11:14 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Consumer price index summary.
Politics
12:53 pm Odeen for Assembly. Statements on repercussions of frac sand mining.
   
6:30 am New York Times. Biden hammers GOP ticket's domestic policies.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Assembly candidate forum to be held Tuesday.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Invitation shows Obama coming to Milwaukee Sept. 22.
   
Thursday, September 13, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
1:35 pm Gov. Walker. Joins Bevco Engineering for expansion announcement.
10:58 am Gov. Walker. Launches statewide tour to celebrate 225th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution ratification.
9:57 am Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
Legislative
2:54 pm Rep. Young. Don't throw the baby out with the bath water.
10:46 am State Bar of Wisconsin. Honors Rep. Mary Williams with Scales of Justice Award.
10:44 am Rep. Wynn. Column: Why I support the UW System's request.
   
2:22 pm Capital Times. Too few shelters for teens prompt action from local lawmaker.
State Agencies
3:03 pm DNR. Outdoor report.
2:34 pm DATCP. Brancel announces Cozy Nook Pronto Twylight the 2012 Cow of the Year.
1:32 pm DVA. History comes alive at Forest Hill Cemetery Tour.
1:31 pm GAB. Launches "Voting 101: Back to Basics" speaker series.
1:30 pm DWD. Marks fourth year of popular job center web site, connecting job seekers to jobs, putting Wisconsin back to work.
11:42 am DATCP. Pasko ensures marketplace equity one scale at a time.
11:28 am Wisconsin Historical Museum. Bottoms up: A toast to Wisconsin's historic bars and breweries exhibition on view Sept. 25, 2012 - March 23, 2013.
6:30 am Dept. of Tourism. Watertown Rockman Challenge received $11,990 tourism grant.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Elections chief does not want Supreme Court to act on voter ID this fall.
Economy/Business
1:50 pm Dairyland Power Cooperative. Purchasing energy from new solar operation.
11:03 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Producer price index. Bloomberg.
8:27 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Reuters.
   
2:19 pm Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 20 Machinists union members at Manitowoc Cranes face layoffs.
1:42 pm Bloomberg. Fed undertakes QE3 with $40 billion MBS purchases per month. Reuters.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Timmerman Plaza Walmart opens, adds 150 jobs.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Utility's renewables program judged 'average,' We Energies disputes 'C' grade.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GE unveils engineering center at Waukesha engine plant. Milwaukee Business Journal.
Statewide
1:49 pm Rehabilitation for Wisconsin in Action. Sept. 18 public meeting in Portage about cuts to services.
   
2:15 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Entire state classified as 'abnormally dry.'
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader Telegram. Census figures show poverty numbers staying high.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Scientist warns of heavier storms, more algae.
Education
3:10 pm UW-Stout. Career and Technology Education Conference Oct. 18-19.
2:33 pm Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Statewide, school district reserves continue to climb.
1:48 pm UW-Stout. Provost-vice chancellor candidates narrowed to four.
11:06 am UW-Superior. Opens resources center for veterans and nontraditional students.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. PETA complaint alleges mistreatment of cats in UW research.
Local
11:41 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Invests in expanded WiFi Access to help World Dairy Expo 2012.
9:40 am Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic, Sup. Haas. Invite neighbors to annual Bay View Bash.
   
2:01 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Dairy Business Innovation Center to close down at end of month after losing funding.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Amtrak Hiawatha route gets busier.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Frac sand haulers road use fee begins Sept. 22.
Congress
11:20 am White House. Statement by the Vice President on the eighteenth anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act. AG Holder.
6:30 am U.S. Rep. Kind. Supports bill to boost American manufacturing, increase competitiveness.
   
6:30 am Washington Post. House set to pass spending plan to fund government through March.
Federal Agencies
11:18 am USFWS. New report shows rise in hunting, fishing and wildlife-related recreation participation in 28 states - billions of dollars generated for local economies and conservation.
11:16 am Dept. of Education. Awards more than $6 million to improve Indian education and professional development.
11:11 am Dept. of Commerce. Announces exports from U.S. metropolitan areas totaled $1.31 trillion in 2011.
Politics
3:51 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Two years later, dos Baldwin still support a complete gov't takeover of health care?
1:36 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. National Farmers Union honors Tammy Baldwin for leadership on family farm and rural issues.
1:33 pm Scott Walker for Governor. Statement regarding Vice President Joe Biden's visit to Wisconsin.
1:29 pm One Wisconsin Now. Support for private school vouchers in Milwaukee, cuts to K-12 public schools pays off for Gudex's campaign.
1:28 pm One Wisconsin Now. Tom Tiffany finally pays individual state income tax.
8:33 am National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare. Wisconsin kicks off campaign to preserve Social Security and Medicare.
8:29 am Sargent for Assembly. Calls or Capitol free speech that reflects Wisconsin values.
6:30 am Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Tommy's deficit reduction plan does not reduce the deficit for ten years, in fact it increases it.
   
2:24 pm Green Bay Press Gazette. Democrats call on Senate candidate Thompson to fire aide.
2:17 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Campaigns' attention to Great Lakes mixed, coalition finds.
1:55 pm La Crosse Tribune. Biden plays to younger crowd in Eau Claire stop. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Assembly candidate debate set.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Biden visit will close some campus streets, sidewalks.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. With political ads set to debut, Ryan congressional campaign reports double-digit lead.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Senate candidates release new ads.
6:30 am New York Times. Ryan plays up Wisconsin pride as Obama TV ads begin in state.
   
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
10:54 am Gov. Walker. Responds to Moody's outlook for U.S. Government's debt rating.
10:53 am Gov. Walker. Statement on tragedies in Libya and Egypt.
8:16 am Gov. Walker. Named to Governors Association Economic Development and Commerce Committee.
   
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Walker commemorates 9/11 at American Legion fundraiser in Madison.
Legislative
4:36 pm Various Legislators. Letter to DOA Sec. Huebsch regarding arrests at the Capitol. Dane County Circuit Court Decision and Order.
2:40 pm Rep. Pocan. Receives AFSCME-Wisconsin's highest honor.
2:02 pm Senate Democrats. Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius regarding SeniorCare waiver renewal.
1:53 pm Rep. Barca. Statement on the deadly attack on the U.S. Embassy in Libya.
11:33 am Rep. Taylor. And homeless advocates urge action to aid homeless children.
10:34 am Dane County Assembly Democrats. Letter to Capitol Police Chief Erwin.
   
2:03 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Legislature goes back to the table for entrepreneurs.
1:29 pm Racine Journal Times. County board committee urges lawmakers to institute online sales tax.
6:30 am Living Mukwonago Chief. Lazich, Craig oppose Hwy. 164/I-43 roundabout.
State Agencies
4:09 pm DOC. Officials celebrate 50 year anniversary of Fox Lake Correctional Institution.
2:44 pm OCI. Administrative actions.
2:01 pm DMA. Wisconsin Guard members return from successful missions in Afghanistan.
12:29 pm PSC. To hold public hearing on Tuesday.
11:36 am DOJ. Madison woman convicted of theft.
10:35 am DPI.  Evers to request ACT suite for high school accountability and career planning. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stevens Point Journal.
10:30 am AG Van Hollen, U.S. DEA. Encourage Wisconsin residents to drop off unwanted prescription drugs during this month's National "Take Back" Day.
   
1:23 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State, FBI warns of 'ransomware' scam.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State gives $5 million to BMO Harris Bradley Center for repairs.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Department of Administration installs 482 panic buttons in Capitol offices. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Ojibwe plan to kill elk alarms Wis. DNR. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Wisconsin steaming toward budget surplus.
Economy/Business
3:32 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Capital Newspapers cuts 26 jobs.
9:27 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Mining firm turns attention to UP.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Weather Central to lay off 21 employees.
Statewide
4:07 pm Cornucopia Institute. Stanford's "spin" on organics allegedly tainted by biotechnology funding.
12:27 pm Smoke Free Wisconsin. Cigarette taxes encouraged millions of smokers to quit.
10:33 am Know Your Care. Obamacare saves Wisconsinites over $14.5 on insurance premiums.
10:28 am Wisconsin Bankers Association. Landmark Credit Union celebrates milestone at taxpayers' expense.
8:07 am Tax Fairness WI. New campaign to focus on tax fairness.
6:30 am CRG Network. Co-sponsors mining legislation forum.
   
1:35 pm Capital Times. Brother Wolf: Native Americans say upcoming wolf hunt is premature and disrespectful.
1:30 pm Wisconsin State Journal. Corn yield forecast for Wisconsin low despite recent rain.
6:30 am Bloomberg. U.S. state pension funding ratios declined in 2011, Loop says.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Reform of political donations in state proposed.
Courts
8:22 am District II Court of Appeals. State v. Carl Rissley.
8:22 am District II Court of Appeals. Ramona Czaplewski v. Daniel E. Shepherd.
Education
3:11 pm UW-Stout. Faculty panel to examine, discuss Affordable Care Act.
12:53 pm UW-Madison. Once again among top 10 public universities in 2013 U.S. News rankings.
11:07 am UW-Stevens Point. In top ten of Midwestern public universities.
10:26 am UW-River Falls. Julie L. Bushman named Executive-in-Residence.
8:15 am UW-Eau Claire. U.S. News again ranks UW-Eau Claire among top five public universities in the Midwest.
8:10 am UWM, GE Healthcare. Join to engineer 'first of its kind' talent pipeline for advanced medical imaging and software.
   
1:24 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin schools again do well in U.S. News college rankings.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GE Healthcare commits $3 million to UWM.
Local
4:55 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Announces third town hall meeting.
2:37 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on recent allegations made by Rep. Brett Hulsey.
11:13 am Racine Mayor Dickert. Mayors support new water quality agreement.
10:52 am Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. Launches unprecedented initiative for transparency, access.
   
1:32 pm Chippewa Herald. Underemployment a challenge in Chippewa County.
10:27 am Janesville Gazette. Editorial: We welcome the world's best skiers.
6:30 am Marshfield News Herald. Medical College school location decision pending.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. City, DNR claim MVC owes $1.14M
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Sheriff files open meeting complaint against Vilas County supervisors.
Congress
4:39 pm Wisconsin Farmers Union. Honors Kohl, Baldwin and Moore with the Golden Triangle Award.
4:37 pm Wisconsin Farmers Union. "Farm Bill Now!" rally draws hundreds of supporters.
4:06 pm U.S. Rep. Petri. Receives "Friend of Farm Bureau" Award.
2:42 pm White House. Presidential proclamation - honoring the victims of the attack in Benghazi, Libya.
1:12 pm U.S. Rep. Baldwin. Attack on the U.S. Diplomatic Consulate in Bengazi, Libya in which Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith and two others were killed.
10:37 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on killing of Americans in Libya.
8:14 am U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: More than just a number: 16 trillion in debt.
6:30 am U.S. Sen. Johnson. Kaiser survey shows more broken Obamacare promises.
   
1:18 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama condemns attack that killed US ambassador.
6:30 am Daily Reporter. House passes bill to strengthen FHA.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. Johnson's bill takes aim at health-care law.
Federal Agencies
2:06 pm EPA. Hypoxia Task Force launches new monitoring efforts to track water quality improvements.
1:04 pm DOT. NHTSA announces model year 2013 vehicles to be rated under government 5-star safety ratings program.
12:59 pm HHS. Common application for HIV patient assistance program expedites application process for lifesaving drugs.
12:55 pm Dept. of Labor. OSHA awards $10.7 million in safety and health training grants to 72 organizations.
9:23 am Census Bureau. Income, poverty and health insurance coverage in the U.S.: 2011. Acting Commerce Sec. Blank. WCCF.
9:22 am Census Bureau. Monthly wholesale trade: Sales and inventories.
   
1:22 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Some immigrants already granted deferred action.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA launches emergency response to abandoned Slinger factory.
Politics
4:59 pm DPW. Thompson holds campaign kick off tonight in Washington at elite lobbying shop.
1:08 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Airs first ad of the general election.
1:07 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Statement on U.S. Embassy attacks in Libya and Egypt.
12:45 pm Sommer for State Senate. WMC negative ads have no place in North Woods.
10:36 am DPW. Out-of-touch Sean Duffy defends the indefensible.
   
1:25 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan focuses on taxes, spending in state visit. Oshkosh Northwestern. Wisconsin State Journal.
1:20 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New ad attacks Thompson.
1:19 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats to Ryan: Offer specifics.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Rep. Sean Duffy, challenger Pat Kreitlow to debate in Wausau Oct. 22.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Thompson: Aide's message about Baldwin was mistake.
6:30 am Jefferson County Daily Union. Feingold, Cullen at Jorgensen fundraiser.
   
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy.
Legislative
3:59 pm   Janesville Gazette. Editorial: State needs fund of venture capital to fuel job creation.
9:19 am Duluth News Tribune. Wisconsin Senate looks to iron ore mining - this time, with Democrats in charge.
6:30 am Sheboygan Press. Grothman to introduce bill that would stop wind farm development in state. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
State Agencies
4:50 pm AG Van Hollen. Files homicide charges in investigation of fatal fire in the Village of Argle.
3:00 pm DHS. Launches stroke care improvement initiative with the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association.
2:51 pm DNR, City of La Crosse. Release MVC audit.
2:06 pm DOT. Packer travel advisory.
1:00 pm DNR. Weekly news.
10:16 am DMA. Wisconsin National Guard brigade notified of possible deployment.
   
1:04 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 7 cited after Capitol protests.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Drawing for state's first wolf hunt set for Wednesday.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. One the record: Q & A with new WI Capitol Police Chief Dave Erwin.
Economy/Business
4:02 pm NFIB. Small business optimism ticks up.
12:07 pm RENEW Wisconsin. Utilities get C on renewable energy report card.
11:19 am Bureau of Economic Analysis. U.S. international trade in goods and services. Acting Commerce Sec. Blank.
11:16 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job openings and labor turnover summary.
10:34 am RENEW Wisconsin. We Energies gets lowest score on renewable energy report card.
6:30 am ManpowerGroup. Fourth quarter global hiring confidence index reveals continued positive but cautious hiring plans in most labor markets amid ongoing economic uncertainty. Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am  Milwaukee Business Journal. U.S. Commerce Secretary: Faster economic growth coming in next year.
Statewide
9:57 am Wisconsin Cheese Originals. Meet the Cheesemaker Gala expands to more than 40 dairy artisans.
9:23 am Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Effort to end legal political bribery in Wisconsin launched. Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
8:39 am Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Wisconsin's lawsuit climate ranking increases thanks to tort reforms enacted in 2011-12.
   
2:00 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cost of health benefits rose 4% for family coverage.
9:28 am  Business Wire. Gov. Walker proclaims September Pain Awareness Month.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. Study: Wind could power the world.
    9/11 Anniversary 
Updated
11:32 am
Gov. Walker. Lowers flags for 9/11. Executive Order. DMA.
White House. Remarks by the President at the Pentagon Memorial Service in remembrance of 9/11.
Statements: Rep. Krug. U.S. Sen. Johnson. U.S. Rep. Ribble. U.S. Dept. of Labor Sec. Solis. Tommy for Wisconsin. UW-Madison College Republicans. U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Adjutant General Dunbar.
   
1:57 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sept. 11 gathering remembers lives lost.
1:07 pm La Crosse Tribune. 3,000 flags memorialize 9/11 victims, honor U.S. troops.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. For Sept. 11 anniversary, a turning point passed? Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
Courts
10:13 am Wisconsin Supreme Court. Public hearing & open administrative conference.
10:07 am State v. Rindfleisch. Opinion and order. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:55 am Milwaukee Br. of NAACP v. Scott Walker. Motion to file Amicus Curiae brief. League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network v. Scott Walker.
8:44 am District I Court of Appeals. Chintan V. Patel v. State of Wisconsin.
Education
4:00 pm UW-River Falls. Boetel named Director of Center for Agricultural Business Management and Engagement.
2:47 pm UW-Stout. Family and consumer sciences conference coming up.
1:53 pm UW-Extension. Boosting Wisconsin families' financial literacy.
1:05 pm Marquette University. Media ethics lecture to focus on social innovation.
12:09 pm Voces de la Frontera. Palermo workers union in solidarity with Chicago Teachers Union.
11:11 am UW-Colleges. UW-Sheboygan CEO/dean finalists to visit campus.
11:10 am UW-Madison. Researchers study how to wedge wireless broadband between TV signals.
11:08 am UW-Whitewater. Warhawks win Paralympic medals.
   
8:42 am WBAY. Public policy group hosts summit in Green Bay on school choice.
6:30 am Chicago Tribune. Teachers strike heads into second day.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin Rapids School District to refine public comment policy.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. 'Their fight is really our fight': Wisconsin unions support striking Chicago teachers.
Local
11:27 am Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Announces second round of mobile office hours.
9:31 am Wisconsin Literacy. To host workforce training conference in Wausau.
6:30 am Sweet Water. Announces request for proposals for 2012 Water Quality Mini-Grant Program.
   
1:08 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee in middle of pack in economic strength.
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. City releases incentives to attract medical college.
Congress
11:01 am The Nature Conservancy. Farm bill matters to all of us.
8:15 am U.S. Sen. Johnson. To Majority Leader Reid: Focus on the people's business.
6:30 am CSWAB. Kohl/Baldwin ask Army to explain actions.
   
12:45 pm USA Today. Moody's to cut U.S. debt rating if budget talks fail.
Federal Agencies
11:24 am HHS. Health care law saved an estimated $2.1 billion for consumers.
6:30 am CBO. Federal budget deficit totaled $1.17 trillion for the first 11 months of 2012, CBO estimates.
   
8:30 am Wisconsin Ag Connection. Vilsack: 'Deeply concerned for dairy industry' if farm bill fails.
Politics
2:17 pm One Wisconsin Now. Let's be honest: Rep. Ryan's Wisconsin visit perfect time to release his tax records.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Calls on Cong. Tammy Baldwin to discuss economy and jobs in three debates.
   
6:30 am Superior Telegram. Duffy suspends campaign ads in memory of Sept. 11, 2001.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Romney promises in ad to create Wisconsin jobs.
   
Monday, September 10, 2012
   
Legislative
6:30 am Sen. Grothman. To introduce bill to freeze renewable portfolio standard at 2012 levels.
State Agencies
2:11 pm AG Van Hollen. Issues updated Wisconsin Public Records compliance outline.
1:41 pm Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission. Hosts community hearing.
1:38 pm DATCP. Spots still remain for once-a-year humane officer training September 24-28.
12:44 pm Dept. of Tourism. Bayfield adds nine more businesses to Travel Green Wisconsin
10:36 am DATCP. Study up on ID theft risks for college students.
10:09 am Emergency Management. September is preparedness month.
10:05 am WEDC. Minority business conference Oct. 15-16 in Milwaukee.
9:07 am DATCP. World Dairy Expo grazing seminar details available.
6:30 am DMA. Wisconsin National Guard troops return next week from overseas duty.
6:30 am DOJ. Joint news release from the Village of Argyle Police Dept., the Lafayette County Sheriff's Dept., and the State Fire Marshall at the Division of Criminal Investigation. Updated.
   
2:17 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Over 20,000 wolf hunting and trapping permits sold.
6:30 am Monroe Times. Ag secretary visits annual Farm Bureau meeting.
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader Telegram. Advocates say dogs essential to wolf hunt's success.
Statewide
1:33 pm People First Wisconsin. Self-advocates release state budget recommendations.
12:46 pm Quarles & Brady. Peter Kaiser joins Corporate Services Practice Group.
10:06 am Wisconsin Coalition for Retirement Security. New group holds Pardeeville forum.
   
2:22 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin led nation in hot temps, climate group says.
6:30 am Capital Times. Q&A: Labor economist says Wisconsin's infrastructure at risk.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. War-weary U.S. is numbed to drumbeat of troop deaths.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Coal ash puts ferry's future in rough waters.
Courts
2:41 pm WILL. Urges Supreme Court to hear voter ID cases now.
8:43 am League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network. Don't rush the courts on voter ID.
   
6:30 am Bloomberg. Republicans losing election law war as campaign ramps up.
Education
1:17 pm We Are Wisconsin. Stands with Chicago teachers.
12:39 pm UW-Stevens Point. Performing Arts Series brings music, dance, comedy.
10:55 am UW-Stout. Honors College grand opening scheduled Wednesday.
10:20 am UW-Oshkosh. Can't clean your plate? No problem: UWO, Sanimax help community feed the Biodigester.
   
6:30 am  Chicago Tribune. CPS, teachers fail to reach deal to prevent strike.
6:30 am Badger Herald. Report conflicts UW's brain drain perception.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 3 UW campuses hope to replace antiquated science labs.
Local
4:30 pm Madison B-Cycle. Madison memberships now valid in Denver and Boulder.
4:17 pm Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity. Joy Global sets unprecedented fundraising goal of $250,000.
3:02 pm Milwaukee County Treasurer Diliberti. Tax delinquencies decline in Milwaukee County suburbs.
2:42 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Borkowski, Chief Judge Kremers, Clerk of Courts Barrett. To honor citizens to serve on juries.
12:41 pm Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Reflects on 7th Annual Bride's Walk.
11:44 am Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Sheriff to bring back 29 laid-off deputies.
11:34 am Milwaukee County Sup. Haas. Helps announce a program that gives discount to Purple Heart veterans.
6:30 am Milwaukee County Sup. West. Seeks Justice for Dayana Garcia at UMOS 7th Annual Bride's Walk Against Domestic Violence.
   
2:18 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Public Safety Committee to discuss MPD crime audit Thursday.
2:14 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. War Memorial ceremony to honor Sept. 11 victims.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Is Racine County doing better? Local economists tackle the question.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. Apple pickings slim this year in central Wisconsin.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Government debt: Feds aren't only ones with loans to pay back.
6:30 am Appleton Post Crescent. Menasha studying staffing, service efficiencies.
6:30 am Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Landowner welcomes addition of wind towers.
Congress
4:50 pm U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Releases 5th District survey results.
4:15 pm Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Republicans question Obama Administration minimum fuel purchase mandate.
1:55 pm U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.
10:34 am White House. Weekly address: Coming together to remember September 11th.
10:04 am WISPIRG. WI small farmers and citizens speak out against agricultural subsidies in farm bill.
   
6:30 am  Reuters. Analysis: Returning Congress faces big tasks, likely to do little.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Rating Ryan: How good a congressman?
Federal Agencies
10:32 am USDA Sec. Vilsack. Announces USDA has reached its goal to fund $250 million in smart grid improvements.
10:26 am Census Bureau. Second quarter 2012 data from the quarterly financial report: U.S. manufacturing, mining, wholesale trade, and selected service industries.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Department: Only Congress can recognize Wis. tribe.
Politics
12:47 pm Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Releases new TV ad, "Boy did he."
   
2:26 pm Racine Journal Times. Baldwin says Thompson agrees to 3 debates.
2:20 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Groups propose reform of political donations in state.
6:30 am La Crosse Tribune. Expect campaigns to ramp up efforts now that Wisconsin is in play.
   
Friday, September 7, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
10:02 am AT&T. Governor proclaims September 'Don't Text & Drive' Awareness Month.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Governor visits troops in Kosovo.
Legislative
4:37 pm Sen. Lassa. Senate economic development committee to meet in Sparta.
4:26 pm Rep. Pasch. Statement on recent Capitol arrests.
4:19 pm Rep. Taylor. Letter to Capitol Police Chief Erwin regarding Capitol concerns. DOA response letter to Rep. Taylor.
2:51 pm Sen. Lehman. Jerstad-Agerholm Elementary receives National Blue Ribbon Award.
1:41 pm Sen. Grothman. Statement regarding Wisconsin voter ID.
1:30 pm Rep. Knilans. Urges federal extension of SeniorCare waiver.
11:31 am Sen. Kedzie. Column: Photo ID law needs to be settled.
11:26 am Sen. Lazich. Column: Fiscal responsibility rewarded with state revenue growth.
State Agencies
4:20 pm DWD. Meetings and hearings.
2:25 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Governor makes workforce development a top priority.
1:59 pm DFI. State officials on hand to kick off Wausau blight elimination efforts.
1:39 pm DNR. Hearings and meetings.
1:33 pm DATCP. Trempealeau County State's latest addition to EAB quarantine.
1:31 pm National Lawyers Guild. Capitol police conduct will have a chilling effect on free speech.
11:23 am DPI. Eight elementary schools receive national Blue Ribbon award. U.S. Education Sec. Duncan.
9:11 am DMA. Gov. Walker visits deployed Wisconsin Guard troops in Kosovo.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Utility CEO sees investment opportunity in state-owned plants.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Lawsuit filed by protesters cited by police last year is dismissed.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Capitol Police cite protesters again for displaying signs without permit.
Economy/Business
8:00 am Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment situation summary. Labor Sec. Solis.  Bloomberg. Reuters.
   
6:30 am Stevens Point Journal. Sentry Insurance restructures, local jobs lost. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Statewide
1:57 pm WCCF. And supporters will "Step Forward for Kids" on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
1:36 pm Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. 2011-12 property tax on median home were $3,294. Capital Times.
11:46 am WHCA, WiCAL. Communities celebrate National Assisted Living Week.
8:34 am CRG Network. To co-sponsor "We Did Build It" event with Wisconsin-based business and grassroots groups.
   
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Report: U.S. medical system fritters away $750 billion a year.
Courts
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Lake Koshkonong ruling could set precedent. Jefferson County Daily Union.
Education
1:37 pm Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Four educators receive Wisconsin Teacher of the Year award.
11:27 am Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI.  Eau Claire educator named Wisconsin Middle School Teacher of the Year.
10:03 am UW-Stout. Graduate program in counseling receives national accreditation.
   
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Waterford Graded district, teachers need mediator for wage dispute.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. WRPS teacher development program finds support.
Local
4:25 pm Safe Communities. National Suicide Prevention Week - Dane County events.
4:24 pm Milwaukee County Sup. Haas. Invites public to discuss the future of parks in Milwaukee County.
4:23 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
4:21 pm Voces de la Frontera. Alderman Donovan misses the point on the Palermo worker's strike.
1:28 pm Racine Police Department. BMO Harris Bank robbery. Update.
11:24 am Madison B-Cycle. Artbike program raises over $1,100 for Boys and Girls Club.
8:36 am Dane County Market. Pending condo sales. Pending home sales.
   
6:30 am Green Bay Press Gazette. Four citations issued since 2010 smoking ban, all at one bar.
Congress
11:43 am White House. Presidential proclamation - National days of prayer and remembrance, 2012.
6:30 am U.S. Sens. Kohl, Johnson; Reps. Petri, Ribble, Kind. To offer United States Service Academy Day '12.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Sen. Johnson: If Romney wins, health reform repeal still difficult.
Federal Agencies
2:16 pm EPA. U.S. and Canada sign amended Great Lakes water quality agrement.
Politics
2:48 pm Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans. React to Obama's leadership.
1:34 pm Rep. Young. Statement on the recently concluded Democratic National Convention.
11:29 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Statement on the August jobs report.
6:30 am Tommy for Wisconsin. Statement regarding Tammy Baldwin's speech at the 2012 DNC.
   
2:04 pm La Crosse Tribune. Zerban campaign wants 2 debates with Paul Ryan.
6:30 am Daily Cardinal. Baldwin says Wisconsin still progressive. Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
Thursday September 6, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
12:06 pm Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.
Legislative
5:00 pm Rep. Van Roy. Column regarding Capitol rules/regulations.
3:31 pm Rep. Grigsby. Questions Capitol tactics.
11:17 am LFB. Preliminary 2011-12 general fund tax collections. Rep. Kooyenga.
9:51 am Rep. Tiffany. Joins Michigan State Senator Tom Casperson calling for local management of federal forest land.
State Agencies
3:17 pm DOT. Packer travel advisory.
3:01 pm DNR. Outdoor Report.
1:47 pm DOT. Wisconsin celebrates 25 years of Transportation Economic Assistance grants.
1:46 pm DOT.  State Patrol will join 'Operation Air Brake/Brake Safety Week' beginning Sunday.
9:42 am DOT. Traffic deaths last month were the second lowest for the month of August since the end of World War II.
6:30 am AG Van Hollen. To address members of the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee.
   
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Capitol police cite 7 for holding banners. Wisconsin State Journal.
6:30 am The Daily Cardinal. Wis. sees unexpected revenue increase.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. DNR poised to reject public trust doctrine arguments over transit center.
6:30 am Dubuque Telegraph Herald. Kopp reappointed to governor's tourism panel.
Economy/Business
9:21 am AT&T. 4G LTE coming to Milwaukee in 2012.
8:00 am Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Bloomberg.
   
2:01 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Oshkosh Corp. awarded $67 million military order.
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. U.S. productivity grew at 2.2% rate in spring.
Statewide
4:58 pm Marshfield Clinic. Researcher: Study links heart problems, breast cancer drugs.
2:09 pm La Follette School of Public Affairs. To kick off Policy and a Pint series.
10:28 am Rehabilitation for Wisconsin in Action. Wisconsin's rehabilitation services and managed care for people with disabilities featured at New York summit.
9:04 am Wisconsin Early Learning Coalition. Strengthen YoungStar to increase high-quality early learning.
   
3:00 pm Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Governments can serve taxpayers by sharing services.
1:56 pm Capital Times. Almost 90% of state experiencing drought, report says.
6:30 am Detroit Free Press. Report: Great Lakes water levels may flirt with record lows.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin prison officers want own union.
Courts
9:11 am District III Court of Appeals. Johnson Litho Graphics of Eau Claire, Ltd. v. James M. Sarver.
Education
2:58 pm Marquette University. Former Bucyrus International CEO next guest for "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School.
11:22 am UW-Whitewater. Music professor wins prestigious commission for original work.
11:14 am Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Oconto Falls educator named Wisconsin High School Teacher of the Year.
10:26 am UW-River Falls. Falcon Frontier Days rodeo set for Sept. 14-15.
9:07 am Marquette University.  Names Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, S.J., associate vice president.
   
6:30 am The Chippewa Herald. Five local districts among "Schools of Recognition." Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Furor over tax hike continues.
Local
1:49 pm Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Protests at Palermo's not good for business.
11:45 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Second Wisconsin local food expo set for September 18th.
11:43 am AT&T Pioneers. Donate over 600 backpacks to Milwaukee students.
11:41 am Milwaukee County Board. Meeting results.
   
2:03 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Two local deaths possibly linked to West Nile virus.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Late audit could cost Mount Pleasant state funds.
6:30 am Wausau Daily Herald. City looks to evaluate fire department.
6:30 am Milwaukee Business Journal. Potawatomi awards Advanced Waste Services contract for biogas plant.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Firm wants to mine sand in Waupaca County.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. City passes ordinance requiring school play spaces.
Congress
10:33 am One Wisconsin Now. The terrorists did it.
   
6:30 am The Hill. GAO: Congress can vote on Obama's welfare changes.
Federal Agencies
3:08 pm Social Security. October columns.
11:52 am USDA Sec. Vilsack. Announces availability of grants to improve housing for farm workers.
11:50 am DOT. FHWA saves taxpayers $78 million with innovative approach to bridge reviews.
Politics
4:21 pm Albrecht for Assembly. Statement on Vos voter fraud report.
12:09 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin's DNC speech: A hopeless "heartland."
9:55 am DPW. Tommy Thompson cut sweetheart deal with drug companies that increased cost to taxpayers and increased the deficit.
   
2:06 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thompson campaign head emails video of Baldwin at gay pride event.
1:59 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Doyle ready for a second Obama endorsement?
6:30 am Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Analysis: The way you view job market depends on your numbers.
6:30 am Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Baldwin gets national stage at DNC.
6:30 am River Falls Journal. Odeen comments on Hudson Area Library: Failed leadership should not place tax burden on citizens.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. At DNC, labor unions look to presidential election.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kleefisch, Johnson sound off against Obama.
   
Wednesday September 5, 2012
   
Gov. Walker
6:30 am Gov. Walker, First Lady Walker. Release back-to-school web video message.
Legislative
3:55 pm Rep. Suder. Joins colleagues in effort to extend SeniorCare program. Letter to HHS Sec. Sebelius.
12:49 pm Sen. Schultz. Governor appoints Sen. Schultz to Mississippi River Parkway Commission.
11:29 am Sen. Lehman. Column: Cuts show Legislature needs to reprioritize education funding.
9:40 am Rep. Knodl. Column: Wisconsin Works.
6:30 am School Choice Wisconsin. Legislative Audit Bureau confirms school choice gains.
State Agencies
4:57 pm DATCP. Adams County dog breeder violates quarantine order, buyers beware.
4:40 pm DSPS. Meetings.
3:44 pm DATCP. Something Special from Wisconsin (TM) membership period open.
Updated
5:00 pm
DOR. Collections, fiscal year 2012. Speaker Fitzgerald. DOA Sec. Huebsch. Rep. Vos. Rep. Strachota.
3:21 pm DOA. Protesters encroach on Red Cross Blood Drive permitted event.
2:22 pm DOJ. Shawano resident charged with first-degree intentional homicide.
1:57 pm DMA. Kosovo deployment nearing end for Wisconsin aviators.
11:28 am DOJ. Charges Milwaukee man with filing phony liens.
11:27 am DPI Supt. Evers. Names 132 Wisconsin Schools of Recognition.
11:23 am AG Van Hollen. Announces free crime prevention training sessions for members of the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network.
   
2:03 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State seeks to keep $20,000 in gambling contraband.
12:50 pm Janesville Gazette. Black bear hunt begins in Wisconsin.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Citizens utility group wants state PSC to phase out subsidies.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State to seek ADA waiver for train Amtrak redesign.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Caretakers confront cut in Family Care aid. River Falls Journal.
6:30 am Wisconsin Reporter. GAB launches Basics program to address election-law confusion.
6:30 am Superior Telegram. State allocates tax credits for Kestrel development.
Economy/Business
11:39 am Boardman & Clark Law Firm. Employment law update.
6:30 am Voces de la Frontera. National Labor Day events focus on Milwaukee Palermo strike.
   
2:16 pm Milwaukee Business Journal. Transit Express may lay off 100.
Statewide
2:52 pm Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. State-imposed limits slow property tax growth in 2012.
2:25 pm Secular Coalition for America. Wisconsin atheists to organize state lobbying group this month.
1:55 pm PDPW. Dairy feed & nutrition conference highlights "Alternatives, Strategies and Decisions."
12:55 pm WSAE. Register now for National Summit on Innovation for Associations.
9:43 am PRG. Takes to YouTube with important messages for Wisconsin physicians.
8:42 am Wisconsin Ducks Unlimited Capital Square. Announces 75th Anniversary event - Gov. Walker and Rep. Kind to speak.
8:28 am WHCA/WiCAL. Announces 2012 George F. MacKenzie Scholarship winners.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Drought may force some farmers out of business.
Courts
4:55 pm WILL. Requests permission to file brief in voter ID case.
11:36 am Clean Wisconsin, Wisconsin Lakes, Wisconsin Wetlands Association. Lake Koshkonong case to set important precedent on lake health.
9:41 am Great Lakes Legal Foundation. WI Supreme Court hears oral arguments in case that could greatly expand DNR's regulatory authority under the public trust doctrine.
8:50 am District I Court of Appeals. Glen Dickau v. Georgianne Dickau.
8:49 am District III Court of Appeals. State v. Scott E. Schmidt.
8:49 am District II Court of Appeals. 303, LLC. v. Alice Born.
8:48 am District II Court of Appeals. Manitowoc County v. Samuel J.H.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Groups tell Supreme Court to wait on taking voter ID cases.
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Prosser's lawyer rips idea to refer discipline case to Court of Appeals.
Education
2:17 pm Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Wauwatosa educator named Wisconsin Elementary Teacher of the Year.
11:53 am UW Colleges. Three recognized for excellence in teaching and research.
11:50 am Marquette University. Kohler Center for Entrepreneurship names first faculty fellow.
11:34 am DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. DeForest educator named Wisconsin Special Services Teacher of the Year.
11:30 am UW-River Falls. Journalism Department celebrates 50th anniversary with open house, program.
11:26 am UW-Stevens Point. Test drive GIS technology at free community presentation.
6:30 am UW-Milwaukee Research Foundation, Medical College of Wisconsin. Grant licensing option for diagnostic software. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
   
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Amount budgeted per pupil lags total before recession.
6:30 am Janesville Gazette. Schools taking stock in standards.
Local
3:45 pm Milwaukee County Treasurer Diliberti. Treasury and Risk honors treasurer with Alexander Hamilton Achievement Award for Excellence.
11:31 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Henry Vilas Zoo's rescue efforts bring new animals to enjoy through education efforts.
11:26 am Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce. Celebrates 15 years with September cheese and wine tasting.
9:39 am University Research Park. Announces biotech company relocations, expansions.
9:38 am Milwaukee City Clerk Owczarski. Weis appointed public relations supervisor for Common Council-City Clerk's Office.
   
2:14 pm Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan County wind farm proposal expected to be filed 'relatively soon.'
6:30 am Oshkosh Northwestern. City braces for $1.2 million in additional salary costs.
6:30 am Lakeland Times. Committee eyes buyout proposal for Vilas County employees.
6:30 am Racine Journal Times. Aldermen vote to dismiss unions' claim.
Congress
2:12 pm Oshkosh Northwestern. AP: Rep. Tom Petri paid no income taxes for 4 years.
Federal Agencies
12:02 pm Bureau of Labor Statistics. Productivity and costs, second quarter 2012, revised.
11:59 am CDC. Million hearts launches new educational program to improve Americans' blood pressure control.
Politics
12:44 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Statement regarding the 16 trillion dollar debt.
12:43 pm Tommy for Wisconsin. Baldwin begins lie based campaign.
12:27 pm League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network. Truth and dare: Voters should demand honesty in political ads.
11:25 am Ribble for Congress. Jamie Wall borrows Reid Ribble's agenda in new ad.
9:37 am Arts Alliance of Portage County. Buzz Around Town, Wednesday, September 12.
8:30 am NFIB. Endorses Rep. Wynn for Assembly.
   
2:05 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Doyle: Obama hasn't lost the Kennedy magic.
6:30 am Tomah Journal. State superintendent Evers likely to run for re-election.
6:30 am Shawano Leader. Ribble's Democratic challenger visits fair.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. Rep. Moore shares center stage at Dem convention.
6:30 am Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Can Democrats keep Wisconsin blue?
6:30 am Wisconsin State Journal. Democratic convention excites state delegates.
   
Tuesday September 4, 2012
   
Legislative
1:12 pm Rep. Jorgensen. Column: Help make this school year successful for students and teachers.
State Agencies
5:00 pm DOJ. Files complaint regarding seized gambling money.
3:54 pm DOC. Awarded grant to assist counties and law enforcement agencies eliminate inmate sexual assault.
3:32 pm Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves land transactions in Forest and Jackson Counties, an MOU with Forest County Potawatomi, and $1.6M in state trust fund loans.
2:41 pm WHEDA. Gov. Walker announces support for Kestrel Aircraft Corporation operations in Superior.
2:37 pm DNR. Weekly news.
1:50 pm DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: The faces of freedom.
1:41 pm DWD Sec. Newson. Salutes employers, workers, partners at kickoff event for workforce development month.
1:14 pm ETF. Announce 2013 health insurance plans and rates.
9:59 am   AG Van Hollen. To host upcoming, annual seminars on public records and open meetings laws. 
6:30 am   Wisconsin Lakes. Proposes budget plan to control aquatic invasive species (AIS) on inland waters. Proposal.
   
6:30 am   Superior Telegram. First phase of Wisconsin's largest land conservation deal finalized.
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin DOT broke civil rights rules, U.S. agency says.
Economy/Business
9:28 am   COWS. The state of working Wisconsin 2012.
   
11:21 am Reuters. Manufacturing another headache for U.S. economy.
6:30 am   Appleton Post Crescent. Economic bright spots tough to find.
6:30 am   Wisconsin State Journal. State jobs deficit at quarter-million, report says.
6:30 am   Wisconsin State Journal. State jobs statistics: Not easy to make sense of numbers.
6:30 am   Wisconsin State Journal. Labor Day: There are some reasons to celebrate.
Statewide
3:24 pm Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces applications available for 2013 Wisconsin Women's Policy Institute.
1:11 pm Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin. Neopit Chiefs: 2012 BABA Champions.
10:59 am American College of Emergency Physicians. West Nile outbreak set to be worst in U.S. history.
10:10 am Wisconsin Cheese Originals. Speakers announced for September and October Wisconsin cheese classes.
6:30 am   NLG. Enforcement of Capitol permit requirements will restrict free speech rights.
   
1:40 pm Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Crow in Eau Claire positive for West Nile virus.
1:38 pm  La Crosse Tribune. Beverage milk sales drop to lowest mark since 1984.
9:34 am   Bloomberg. Food-stamp use climbed to record 46.7 million in June, U.S. says.
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin leads way in squelching phone aid fraud.
Courts
1:44 pm Milw. Br. of the NAACP v. Scott Walker. Response in opposition to petition to bypass Court of Appeals. Statement regarding motion to stay permanent injunction.
1:30 pm Wisconsin Judicial Commission v. Honorable David T. Prosser, Jr. Letter to Chief Justice Abrahamson.
Education
2:36 pm UW-River Falls. Morning with a professor series set.
1:48 pm UW-Stout. Renovated Fleming Hall in spotlight as students return.
9:39 am   Wisconsin Budget Project. Wisconsin's school funding cuts among the nation's deepest.
   
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Loss of master's degree pay bump has impact on teachers, grad schools.
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS reported incorrect suspension data.
Local 
3:00 pm Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Birds test positive for West Nile virus.
2:34 pm MMSD. Greenseams protecting 2,456 acres of land on 10th anniversary of first purchase.
2:32 pm Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement concerning 800 North Block of East Washington Ave.
11:01 am Dane County Board. Hearings set for 2013 Dane County Human Services budget request (updated).
10:21 am Dane County Exec. Parisi. Hires firm to oversee implementation of county executive's comprehensive solid waste strategy.
6:30 am   Dane County Market. Active MLS listings. Months of MLS inventory.
6:30 am   Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Announces jobs fair for veterans. 
   
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 2010 furloughs cost Milwaukee County $4.5 million.
Congress
1:08 pm U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on $16 trillion debt milestone. The Hill.
Federal Agencies
10:25 am HHS. Statement on National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month.
10:17 am Census Bureau. July 2012 construction at $834.4 billion annual rate.
Politics
6:30 am   State Senate Democratic Committee. Statement from Sen. Hansen: Celebrating Labor Day.
6:30 am   DPW. Happy Labor Day, 2012.
   
1:32 pm Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thompson was key supporter of Obamacare, top White House advisor says.
6:30 am   Stevens Point Journal. Wis. Dems aim to set record straight.
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin gets prime time to shine.
6:30 am   Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Biden rallies supporters in Green Bay. USA Today.