Monday July 25, 2016 - Updated 10:44am

Legislative

9:02am
Sen. Carpenter. Funding Milwaukee police: Governor should restore shared revenue cuts.

4:26am
La Crosse Tribune. Looming crisis: Stagnant state transportation funding leaves municipal roads in trouble.

State Agencies

10:44am
DOT. Governor Walker proclaims official start to Wisconsin Aviation Week.

4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Vacant prison jobs help drive state OT to $64.5 million.
4:41am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin AG fights feds with new 5-lawyer unit.
4:22am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin racing to get voters' website ready.

Economy/Business

5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Job fairs proliferate as economy improves, but be prepared.
4:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. 18 states see significant job gains, but unemployment rises.
4:09am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin exporters could see 'Brexit' fallout for years to come.

Statewide

4:59am
USA Today. Up to 16 shot, 2 dead in Florida club shooting.
4:42am
Janesville Gazette. AP Poll: Support grows among Americans for stricter gun laws.

Courts

10:39am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Dan Kelly excellent choice for WI Supreme Court.

4:40am
La Crosse Tribune. For Prosser, long career overshadowed by one heated moment.
4:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DOJ appeals voter ID affidavit ruling, asks court for stay.

Education

4:43am
Wisconsin State Journal. Geneticist Seymour Abrahamson, justice's husband, dies.
4:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW campus promotes life-saving opioid overdose drug.

Local

4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Meetings held in northern Wisconsin as part of ongoing flood recovery efforts.
4:14am
Duluth News Tribune. Northland communities examine financial toll of July flood.

Congress

7:00am
U.S. Rep. Kind. President Obama signs Jason Simcakoski PROMISE Act into law.
6:58am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on shooting in Munich.
6:57am
DPW. Statement on Sen. Tim Kaine being nominated for vice president.
4:57am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. President Obama signs bipartisan VA reforms into law.

Politics

10:40am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton: Extreme on abortion.
9:04am
Johnson for 6th Senate. Community and labor organizations endorse.
9:03am
League of Conservation Voters & EDF Action. Launch ad campaigns totaling $1 million in WI Senate race.
9:01am
Buchholz for 3rd Congress. Statement on passage of a living wage ordinance in Eau Claire County.
4:56am
RPW. Will Bernie Sanders sellout in tomorrow's speech?

5:05am
Janesville Gazette. Sen. Ron Johnson sounds off about Trump, Senate race.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Kind faces challenger in August Democratic primary.
4:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Democrats say their convention will show unity, contrast with Republicans.
4:30am
Tomah Journal. Assembly candidate seeks to change political tone.
4:27am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Coming together: Area Democrats tout unity of party as convention set to begin.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Hillary Clinton's nomination to break long-standing barrier.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's Reince Priebus called most consequential RNC chairman, tragic figure.
4:18am
NBC News. Tim Kaine is Hillary Clinton's pick as vice presidential running mate.
4:17am
Beloit Daily News. Johnson: Security is on voters' minds.
4:17am
Fox 11. DNC delegates talk Wisconsin's role in Philadelphia.
4:15am
Cap Times. GOP strategist says it's 'disheartening' to see Wisconsin leaders tie themselves to Donald Trump.
4:13am
WBAY. Gov. Scott Walker talks RNC, Trump and running for president again.
4:12am
USA Today. Some Democrats in tight Senate races will steer clear of convention.
4:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker presidential run 'possible' in 2020, political scientist says.

Friday July 22, 2016

Governor

4:36pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Statement on appointment of Dan Kelly to SCOWI.
4:12pm
WMC. Lauds appointment of Daniel Kelly to Supreme Court. 
4:04pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Daniel Kelly to the WI Supreme Court. 
3:51pm
Rep. Wachs. Statement on Kelly Supreme Court appointment. 
1:54pm
One Wisconsin Now. MoneyTalks: Gov. Walker to appoint former attorney for major right-wing donors' foundation.

3:39pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker names Daniel Kelly to high court.
3:37pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker picks Milwaukee lawyer Daniel Kelly for seat on Supreme Court.
3:23pm
WBAY. Walker appoints attorney as next justice on Wisconsin Supreme Court.
1:33pm
WKBT. AP source: Gundrum out as Walker weighs court pick.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Two high court finalists have opposed gay marriage.

Legislative

10:20am
Rep. Shankland. Column: Keep our government open and accountable.

2:25pm
Baraboo News Republic. State immunity law clears woman of drug charges.

State Agencies

5:09pm
AG Schimel. Appeals voter ID decision.
5:02pm
Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. Self-funding RFP: A closer look at a bad idea.
3:54pm
DCF. Dane County Foster Youth honored for academic achievement. 
3:25pm
DCF. Foster Youth honored for academic achievement.
2:47pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings update.
12:42pm
WI Lottery. Lucky winner holds $93,000 Badger 5 ticket.
12:27pm
WI Lottery. Royal Millions instant ticket has first millionaire.
10:34am
DATCP. Race the Veggie 500 in State Fair's Farm & Family Building.

5:23pm
WJFW. State attorneys ask for stay in voter ID case.
5:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. State seeks bids for self-insurance for state workers.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR to set pollution marks for Milwaukee River basin.

Economy/Business

1:30pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Feds challenge big health insurance mega-merger Walker rubber stamped.

5:25am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin added 10,900 private sector jobs in June.
5:07am
Daily Reporter. Komatsu buying Joy Global for $3.7B.
4:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin unemployment rate held steady in June at 4.2%

Statewide

3:52pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin health care maintains rank among best in nation. 
3:34pm
WHA. Wisconsin scores high on Commonwealth report on local health system performance.

6:07am
Bloomberg. America wastes $160 billion in food every year but is too busy to stop.

Courts

10:30am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Mary K. Biester.
10:29am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Matthew H. Marx.

5:39am
Milwaukeee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Adelman provides a necessary safety net for voters.

Education

3:29pm
UW-Rock County. Free concert on the lawn.
10:28am
UW-Madison. New center offers ultra-speed protein analysis.
10:23am
UW-Madison. Spinoff keeps and eye on weather as it returns to Madison.

Local

5:15pm
Gallagher for 8th Congress. Friday funnies (if it weren't so painfully true).
3:32pm
Outagamie County Board Chair Nooyen. Statement regarding eminent domain resolution.
11:50am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. County looks to become member of new four-county library system.
11:46am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. County appoints new ADRC Director.
11:38am
Wisconsin Jobs Now. Applauds Eau Claire living wage victory.
5:56am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Milwaukee Municipal Court denies records request.
5:52am
Wisconsin Environmental Initiative. To celebrate 20th with Wisconsin Union Theater event.
5:41am
Emergency Management. Storm update 15 - July 21 6 pm.

10:18am
Fox 11. Nelson to veto eminent domain vote for sheriff's office.
5:06am
Appleton Post-Crescent. 10 things to know after eminent domain vote.
4:41am
WXPR. U.S. 2 reopens, state agencies meeting with Iron, Ashland, Sawyer officials.
4:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Thousands without power after another storm hits northern Wisconsin.

Congress

10:19am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours UW Oshkosh Living Healthy Community Clinic.

4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Baldwin, Johnson want quick action on SSA judge.

Politics

1:49pm
DPW. Sean Duffy treats election process like it's reality TV.
1:23pm
Lasee for 8th Congress. Earnes sole endorsement on Wisconsin Family Action in 8th district race.
12:09pm
DPW. ICYMI: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Ron Johnson suggests business groups suffering from Stockholm Syndrome.
11:40am
DPW. Ron Johnson's Beltway blunder: The "All in for Trump" edition.
5:55am
Elliott for 18th Senate. Response to special interest smear.
5:54am
DPW. Statement on the end of the Republican National Convention.
5:53am
DPW. Senator Johnson's plans for Trump's convention speech.
5:50am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. During RNC, labor 2016 knocks on doors, makes phone calls across Wisconsin.

2:24pm
Janesville Gazette. Thompson sees Trump as winner, Cruz as loser at convention.
7:07am
Fox 11. Baldwin, other female Democratic senators to take DNC stage.
7:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Talk of 2020 presumptuous for Scott Walker. 
5:39am
Cap Times. Scott Walker, Ted Cruz take dramatically different approaches to Donald Trump at RNC.
5:25am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin Republicans unify behind Donald Trump, but some uneasiness lingers.
4:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan, Nehlen raise most of their funds out of state.
4:35am
Beloit Daily News. Cullen sees Sanders as example, considers run for governor in next election.
4:34am
WKOW. Wisconsin congressman says "anchor babies" are not U.S. citizens.
4:33am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 6th District hopefuls talk economy at forum.

Local Politics

11:49am
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Strikes back in Dane County DA race. Addendum.

Thursday July 21, 2016

Governor

3:21pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls on Governor Walker to implement rail safety program.
9:56am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.

3:10pm
Janesville Gazette.  Walker says Supreme Court appointee coming soon.
4:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. Sources: Daniel Kelly could be dark horse Supreme Court pick.

Legislative

3:23pm
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on July 26.
10:16am
Senate Democrats. Weekly Democratic radio address.

State Agencies

5:04pm
DNR. Most DNR northern properties not affected by storms.
5:03pm
DNR. Public input invited on draft plan to improve water quality in Milwaukee basin.
4:22pm
DNR. Outdoor report for July 21, 2016.
1:08pm
DWD. BLS Data: Wisconsin adds 49,900 private sector jobs year-over-year, including 10,900 in June.
9:31am
WEDC. State awards $2.3 million to communities to help redevelop idle industrial sites.

5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Where does Schimel go from here on new voter ID ruling?
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Elections Commission navigates new voter ID requirements.

Economy/Business

10:36am
Marshfield Clinic Health System and Contessa Health. Create partnership to operate a Home Hospitalization Program.

4:57am
Janesville Gazette. GM buyer will inherit environmental issues.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Enbridge reaches $176M agreement for 2010 Michigan oil spill.

Statewide

5:08pm
FRWD. Hot temps + Airconditioning = More Electricity.
3:22pm
Alliant Energy. Activates cycling program in response to today's heat.

Courts

5:12am
Wisconsin Watchdog. District Court evaluates new standard for gerrymandering.

Education

12:45pm
UW-River Falls. Students, professor selected for $25,000 Ideadvance grants.
12:43pm
UW-River Falls. Small Business Development Center serves Polk, St. Croix and Pierce counties.
10:16am
Marquette University. One of five universities in nation selected for the 2016 Higher Education Civic Engagement Award.
5:39am
MPS. Student wins gold medal at national NAACP competition.

6:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Majority of rural school districts left out of transportation aid program.

Local

11:20am
MCTS. When the temps rise MCTS keeps it cool. Buses are always kept at a comfortable 72 degrees!
9:57am
Near West Side Partners. Announces "Rev-up MKE" finalists.
9:11am
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Resources available to Waukesha County residents during extreme heat.
7:57am
Freedom, Inc., Groundwork and SURJ. #FreedomNow action disrupts Concert on the Square, more action planned for Thursday.
5:35am
Emergency Management. Storm update 14 - July 20.
5:33am
Milwaukee Ald. Witkowski. Proposal seeks ballot measure on hiring 150 MPD officers.

1:48pm
Wausau Daily Herald. County Admin Brad Karger suspended.
5:19am
Appleton Post-Crescent. County votes yes on eminent domain.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. EC County living wage effects anticipated.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ald. Witkowski seeks referendum to add 150 Milwaukee police officers.
4:31am
WSAW. Dept. of Transportation announces $4.15M for emergency repairs to flood damaged roads.
4:30am
Duluth News Tribune. Flood affected more than 350 homes in NW Wisconsin.

Congress

3:21pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours Kretz Lumber in Antigo to highlight Wisconsin's timber economy.
5:34am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Hosts roundtable discussion in Wausau on the opioid and heroin epidemic.

5:30am
WAOW. Senator Tammy Baldwin stops in Wausau to talk drug epidemic.
4:46am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Baldwin, in Rapids, touts waterfront bill.

Federal Agencies

2:25pm
CDC. Awards Wisconsin $812,000 to help battle Zika.

Politics

4:06pm
DPW. Another disastrous night in Cleveland.
1:49pm
Gallagher for 8th Congress. Thomas Nelson in action...
12:46pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What they're saying: Feingold is 'weak and dangerous on national security."
12:45pm
DPW. Reckless Ron continues to embrace Donald Trump's dangerous foreign policy agenda.
12:21pm
DPW. Welcome to Wisconsin Senator Johnson!
11:45am
Wisconsin Family Action. Pro-family PAC endorses candidates for US House of Representatives, State Senate, State Assembly.
10:20am
Gallagher for 8th Congress. National security leaders endorse.
9:10am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Picks up additional endorsements.
5:38am
DPW. Scott Walker's convention speech: Please nominate me in 2020.
5:38am
DPW. Scott Walker's speech is not about Donald Trump, it's about Scott Walker.
5:36am
DPW. Why we can't afford to have a Republican president.

3:08pm
Janesville Gazette. Rep. Gwen Moore to speak at DNC.
3:01pm
WAOW. Feingold calls Trump comments on NATO alliance 'reckless.'
3:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker joins backlash over Cruz refusal to endorse Trump.
5:28am
WKBT. Candidate for 32nd State Senate District focusing on healthcare.
5:00am
Politico. Walker 'absolutely' endorses Trump.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. For future GOP president, Tommy Thompson picks Paul Ryan over Scott Walker. 
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's GOP speech more anti-Clinton than pro-Trump.
4:32am
Cap Times. In Cleveland, Tommy Thompson questions Scott Walker's re-election prospects.
4:32am
WISC. Wisconsin Republicans support anti-Clinton message.
4:29am
The Hill. GOP groups scale back support for Sen. Johnson. Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune.
4:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sensenbrenner warns of GOP turnout problem.

Local Politics

11:19am
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Parisi and community leaders endorse.

Wednesday July 20, 2016

Legislative

5:34pm
Sen. Tiffany, Rep. Jarchow. Great Lakes Wolf Summit registration and speakers announced.
5:32pm
Rep. Nygren. Applauds MEB for approving prescribing guidelines.
5:31pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Saying "Good Bye" to Benjamin.
11:10am
Rep. Macco. Works to bring southern bridge to South De Pere.
11:06am
Rep. Rohrkaste. Receives WISCA Legislator of the Year award.
11:04am
ABC of Wisconsin. Announces Legislative Champions, winners of 'Building Wisconsin' awards.
11:02am
LAB. Report 16-7: Wisconsin Lottery. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.

5:43am
WKBT. Sen. Shilling holds roundtable on drug epidemic.
5:03am
Marshfield News-Herald. Petrowski, Spiros honored for school CPR bill

State Agencies

5:36pm
WI Lottery. $350,000 SuperCash! ticket sold in rhinelander.
5:34pm
DHS. State and local agencies encourage residents to seek relief from dangerous heat.
5:32pm
DOT. State agency representatives to be in Hurley, Ashland and Hayward Friday to meet with local government officials about storm-related damage.
5:30pm
DOT. WisDOT urges motorists to obey traffic control devices.
5:17pm
DOT. Event traffic expected during AirVenture in Oshkosh.
1:58pm
DWD & UW System. In today's job market, an internship helps students and employers succeed. 
11:12am
PSC. Utility reconnections available to those in need during heat advisory.
11:07am
DATCP. Issues consumer advisory for yogurt produced by Sugar River Dairy.
6:01am
Emergency Management. Storm update 13 - July 19.

5:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New Ethics Commission chair confident partisan politics won't get in the way of clean government.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State may buy land once eyed for nuclear plant.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Panel questions quick destruction of training videos.

Statewide

5:33pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. To coordinate effort to promote farm to early care and education.

4:49am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Demand fuels sex trafficking along I-41.

Courts

2:04pm
Rep. Hebl. Commends judge's decision in photo ID case. 
10:59am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Ernesto E. Lazo Villamil
5:18am
Rep. Barca. Statement on voter ID injunction.
5:17am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on ruling allowing voters who cannot obtain ID to vote by affidavit.

4:36am
Cap Times. Explained: Federal judge allows signed affidavits to vote in Wisconsin in lieu of ID.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Judge: DNR must regulate large-scale dairy farm.
4:30am
Washington Post. Transgender students in Maryland, Wisconsin file federal discrimination lawsuits.

Education

5:30pm
UW-Platteville. Research reveals surprising evidence about football and brain injury.
2:19pm
UW River Falls. Professor shares cutting-edge research at National Cancer Moonshot Summit. 
2:09pm
UW Stout. STEPS for girls marking 20th year with July 26 reception. 
11:09am
UW-River Falls. And National Farm Medicine Center partnership impacts dairy farm worker injuries.
11:08am
UW-Stout. Higher Learning Commission reaffirms accreditation.
11:01am
UW-Madison. Putting the sloth in sloths: Arboreal lifestyle drives slow motion pace.

Local

5:33pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces list of locations to cool off during excessive heat warning.
5:15pm
Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee. Honors 2016 award winners.
10:54am
Waukesha County Parks and Land Use. Pokemon traniers invited to cool off during heat wave.

5:42am
Milwaukee Business Journal. New study highlights racial disparity in mortgage lending within Milwaukee.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire County OKs living wage law.
5:04am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily-Tribune. Proposed Wood County water rules in limbo.
4:50am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Shirley Wind Farm ruling health stays in place.
4:48am
Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan County passes 0.5% sales tax.

Congress

5:35pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours riverfront in Wisconsin Rapids.
2:16pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. After request from Sen. Baldwin, U.S. Dept of Transportation announces $2.75 million for emergency repairs to roads in Northern Wisconsin. 
2:14pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Politics

5:30pm
DPW. Rep. Paul Ryan's convention speech ruled a flop.
5:28pm
Zepnick for 9th Assembly. Mayor Tom Barrett endorses re-election of State Representative Josh Zepnick, cites leadership on workforce development.
5:16pm
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Rep. Andre Jacque endorses.
5:14pm
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Announces third round of primary endorsements.
2:01pm
One Wisconsin Now. Republican National Convention student loan debt tally: 43 million Americans with $1.3 trillion in student loan debt, 0 mentions in addresses of Rep. Paul, Ryan, Duffy and Sen. Johnson.
10:58am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. State Senator Chris Larson endorses.
5:58am
DPW. Rep. Paul Ryan failed first real test as Speaker.
5:57am
DPW. Speaker Paul Ryan: Donald Trump is "not my kind of conservative."
5:56am
DPW. Reckless Ron Johnson wants Trump's Supreme Court picks.
5:55am
DPW. Reckless Ron Johnson's reckless economic agenda is reckless.
5:55am
DPW. Reckless Ron Johnson's "mutual admiration" for Trump's birther brain trust: Frank Gaffney.
5:53am
DPW. Another reckless ground invasion for reckless Ron Johnson.
5:53am
DPW. Reckless Ron Johnson was AWOL on Homeland Security Committee.
5:52am
DPW. Reckless Ron Johnson led the charge to shutdown the Department of Homeland Security.
5:26am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What difference does it make? Ron Johnson makes case for strong leadership to keep us safe.
5:23am
Solen for 1st Congress. Responds to Paul Ryan's speech at the RNC.

5:33am
WKBT. Candidate for 96th Assembly District is DNC delegate.
5:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Kleefisch gives up RNC delegate position to attend meeting in Beloit.
4:51am
Appleton Post Crescent. 4th GOP candidate joins 3rd District race.
4:45am
Daily Reporter. Sen. Taylor gets union backing in re-election bid.
4:37am
Cap Times. Mike Pence helps Wisconsin Republicans get excited about Donald Trump ticket.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ex-presidential candidate Scott Walker announces Wisconsin's GOP convention votes.
4:34am
Kenosha News. Kenosha man wages long-shot bid for Senate.
4:32am
Racine Journal Times. Johnson criticizes Russ Feingold on national security at RNC. Cap Times.
4:31am
WKOW. Walker's schedule at RNC is fueling speculation of plans for a 2020 run if Trump loses.
4:28am
Bloomberg. Trump formally seals Republican presidential nomination. USA Today.
4:26am
Fox 11. On RNC stage, Johnson criticizes Feingold, Clinton, Obama.
4:25am
Politico. Paul Ryan: Divided GOP a better bet than 'politically correct' Dems.

Tuesday July 19, 2016

Governor

4:47pm
Gov. Walker. Leads state efforts to aid northern Wisconsin recovery.

Legislative

3:15pm
Sen. Marklein; Reps. Tranel, Novak, Nerison, Brooks. Letter to Natural Resources Board regarding August 2-3 meeting agenda.
3:09pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Fun ways to prevent summer slide.
11:28am
Various Legislators. Letter to insurers regarding low out-of-pocket health plan options.

3:42pm
Wisconsin State Journal. After complaints, DNR promises linkup for critics of Lower Wisconsin plan.

State Agencies

4:41pm
DATCP. Extreme heat poses danger for pets, livestock.
3:21pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:02pm
DOT. Several Wisconsin highways remain closed due to flooding.
3:01pm
DHS. Beat the heat: Extremely high temperatures in the forecast.
11:44am
Wisconsin Lottery. Badger 5 jackpot produces two winners.

4:57am
WBAY. Green Bay Correctional officer severely burned in inmate attack.
4:28am
WISC. Wisconsin DNR plans to swap land with Walker donor.

Economy/Business

5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative faces a few fateful months.
4:22am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin executives pessimistic about national economy, still face worker shortage: WMC.

Statewide

4:40am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Police across U.S. patrolling in pairs after ambush attacks.

Courts

4:43pm
Rep. Shankland. Statement on voter ID ruling.
3:45pm
Rep. Sargent. Voter ID law halted.
3:34pm
AG Schimel. Statement in response to the injunction issued in Frank v. Walker.
3:30pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker (voter ID) decision and order.
3:27pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Federal court rules against restrictive Wisconsin voter ID law.
3:10pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts one new case.
11:25am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Diane R. Caspari.

3:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge: Voters without ID may vote in November by signing affidavit.
2:58pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge issues injunction, allows voters without IDs to cast ballots.
12:06pm
Reuters. Obama administration asks Supreme Court to rehear immigration case.
4:39am
Chippewa Herald. Ruling in CAFO case adds new twist to DNR powers.

Education

3:24pm
UW-Rock County. Cristina Mendoza receives Lee Grugel Memorial Student Leadership Award and SGC seat.
3:11pm
UW-Madison. Engineers will shape 5G wireless networks.
3:06pm
UW-Stout. LAKES students to present research Aug. 3 at Raw Deal.
11:36am
UW-Madison. Computer-generated database of diffusion values is shared online.

12:08pm
Bloomberg. The feds get caught in the crossfire between students and debt collectors.
12:01pm
Chippewa Herald. UW-Madison's Rebecca Blank at middle of pack for campus chief executive pay.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison School Board mulls possibility of November referendum for more operating money.

Local

4:45pm
Ho-Chunk Nation. Donates $25K to Bad River Tribal Relief Fund.
3:18pm
Milwaukee Common Council. Outrage at ambush of MPD officer & other police shootings.
12:15pm
MCTS. Is the blue ribbon choice for travel to the Wisconsin State Fair.
5:17am
Emergency Management. Storm update 12 - July 18.

11:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Emergency federal funding to help repair washed-out roads, Wisconsin DOT says.
4:49am
Marshfield News-Herald. County Board to consider water proposals.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Former lawmaker weighs in on flooding in northern Wisconsin.
4:36am
Fox 6. Some want MPD's temporary 2-officer per squad policy to be permanent, but acknowledge it'd be costly.
4:27am
Fox 21. Federal funding to help accelerate Wisconsin roadway repairs.

Congress

5:19am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement after assassination of police.

4:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers, food producers voice concerns over new GMO labeling law.

Politics

4:46pm
DPW. Shot/Chaser: For Sen. Johnson, Cleveland trumps Wisconsin.
3:22pm
DPW. Wisconsin elected officials and veterans call on Sen. Johnson to dump Trump and lay out a plan to defeat ISIS.
3:20pm
DPW. ICYMI: State debate: State's conservatives in disbelief over convention; liberals ridicule Scott Walker's planned remarks.
3:07pm
Crowley for 17th Assembly. SEIU endorses.
3:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. Ron Johnson making history, but not the good kind.
3:03pm
Ryan for 1st Congress. National Rife Association of America endorses.
11:47am
Nelson for 8th Congress. Releases first TV ad - "Our Wisconsin."
11:42am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Brooks focused on fundraising, not his job.
11:34am
DPW. This is exactly how a major party's national convention is not supposed to go.
11:33am
Taylor for 4th Senate. Workers back.
11:31am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches TV ad on Senator Feingold's votes against our security.
11:20am
Ryan for 1st Congress. We need to do more to protect Americans.
11:17am
One Wisconsin Now. #Thanks, Obama!
11:13am
Crowley for 17th Assembly. County Executive Chris Abele endorses
5:26am
Kremer for 59th Assembly. For the second time around, Rep. Kremer has received the trust and endorsement from three of Wisconsin's pro-life and family values organizations.
5:22am
DPW. Rep. Sean Duffy's support of GOP ticket underscores his own anti-women's health record.
5:21am
DPW. Rep. Sean Duffy picks party over Wisconsin.
5:21am
DPW. Shutdown Sean Duffy voted for protecting his own pay, against protecting soldiers' pay.
5:19am
One Wisconsin Now. David Clarke: Extremist, bombastic, incompetent.

3:46pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker defers question on plagiarism in Melania Trump speech.
11:59am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Ryan's first campaign ad hits on terrorism fears.
11:55am
WTMJ. Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett accuses Senator Ron Johnson of fear mongering.
11:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker lays groundwork for potential future presidential run.
11:38am
Madison.com. With millions covered, 'repeal and replace' gets riskier.
11:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson voices attack on Feingold in re-released security ad.
5:03am
Appleton Post Crescent. Combined Locks man to seek Assembly seat.
4:58am
WXOW. Shilling has $120k, primary opponent's report not up.
4:50am
Racine Journal Times. Paul Ryan outraises longshot opponent 10-to-1.
4:48am
Cap Times. Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke in Cleveland: Donald Trump will make America safe.
4:37am
La Crosse Tribune. Election 2016: Incumbents hold cash edge; Sarnowski raises no money for 32nd Senate primary.
4:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin delegate plays 'Trump or false' with Stephen Colbert.
4:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ryan talks small government to Wisconsin RNC delegates, doesn't mention Trump.
4:24am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Republicans start to line up behind Donald Trump, if only because he's not Hillary Clinton.
4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Latino group from Wisconsin to join protests at Republican National Convention.
4:20am
Quad-City Times. Walker touts Trump-Pence team to Iowans.
4:19am
Superior Telegram. Scott Walker on GOP Convention security: "We're not going to let terrorists stop us.'
4:18am
U.S. News & World Report. Calendar may say 2016, but GOP hopefuls eye 2020 election.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Vos not ready to support Trump as Republican nominee.

Monday July 18, 2016

Governor

11:07am
Gov. Walker. Seeks federal assessment for flood damage.

Legislative

2:15pm
Rep. Brandtjen. Thoughts and prayers to Officer Baranowski.
2:09pm
Rep. Jarchow. Works at Endeavors for July working with you day.
11:25am
Wisconsin Technical College District Boards Association. Senator Petrowski named 2016 Legislator of the Year.
11:14am
Rep. Subeck. Named Friend of Family Medicine by Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians.

5:20am
Tomah Journal. VanderMeer given 'Friend of Family Medicine' award.
4:42am
WISC. State to weigh moving to online public notices.

State Agencies

4:59pm
DWD, UW-System. In today's job market, an internship helps students and employers succeed.
2:12pm
OCI. Bulletin to insurers regarding extension of transitional health insurance plans through December 31, 2017.
11:11am
DWD. Education and talent development leaders discuss workforce training and retention at Oshkosh summit.

5:17am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Schimel stands by Eagle Nation interviews.
4:13am
Stevens Point Journal. Wisconsin doled out $2.5M to prison workers

Economy/Business

11:21am
Alliant Energy. Wisconsin's largest solar project delivering power to customers.
11:00am
WMC. Business leaders get creative to find, retain workers.

5:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Falling milk prices affect Wisconsin dairy farmers.
4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin fruit growers feeling pinch from production drop in 2015.
4:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.K.'s Brexit could put a damper on Wisconsin exports, experts say.
4:24am
Cap Times. Report details low pay for child care workers in Wisconsin.
4:14am
Chippewa Herald. Seeking efficiency, new markets, frac sand mines invest.

Statewide

2:11pm
Anderson for U.S. Senate. Libertarian Party mourns slain officers in Baton Rouge.
1:59pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Trade deals not always sunshine and roses.
11:56am
WRA. Wisconsin housing posts strongest first half since before 2005.

4:59am
CNN. Wisconsin sheriff on recent shootings, I predicted this.
4:27am
WKOW. Ryan: We will not tolerate violence against law enforcement.
4:15am
The Hill. 3 police officer killed in Baton Rouge, 3 others wounded.

Education

5:01pm
UW-Platteville. Mike Posner to headline Welcome Weekend.
2:07pm
UW-Stout. Three faculty awarded professorships for professional development.
2:06pm
UW-Madison. Macular degeneration insight identifies promising drugs to prevent vision loss.
2:02pm
UW-Madison. Expert: Improve financial literacy by 'paying regular attention' to tasks.
11:57am
UW-Madison. Professor reflects on decades of attending party conventions.

4:55am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Education, workforce leaders align.

Local

5:04pm
DOT. $2.5 million in federal funds will accelerate repairs to northern Wisconsin roadways damaged in July 11-12 storms.
4:53pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. With heat peaking between 98-108, Dane County Exec urges planning.
2:13pm
Emergency Management. Storm update 11 - July 18 1:00 pm.
11:19am
Ad 2 Madison. To give help to local nonprofits.
11:12am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County working to become more dementia friendly.
11:06am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Letter to Transportation Sec. Foxx on emergency relief for flooding.
5:28am
City of Sun Prairie. Madison-Kipp officially opens 90,000 s.f. expansion in the Sun Prairie Business Park.
5:24am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 15 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.
5:22am
Emergency Managment. Storm update 10 - July 17, 2016 5 pm.

11:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wounding of Milwaukee officer raises concerns about guns.
11:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. FEMA assessing storm damage in northern Wisconsin.
4:45am
CBS 58. Milwaukee squad car protocol to change following shooting of officer. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tourism remains open in northern Wisconsin despite flooding.
4:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bad River Band recovering from northern Wisconsin flooding.
4:31am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Flood damage reaches nearly $30M in northwest Wisconsin.
4:22am
WDIO. Senator Johnson, Rep. Duffy visit Wisconsin to assess flood damage.
4:21am
WEAU. Johnson: Northern Wisconsin should get same federal help.
4:16am
WKOW. Sheriff: teen's sex assault as state-operated home; suspects include sex offenders.

Congress

4:56pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Representatives hold open office hours.
2:00pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.
5:30am
Milwaukee Common Council President Hamilton. Applauds Senator Baldwin's Stronger Way legislation.

4:28am
Winston-Salem Journal. Senator seeks answers from FDA on e-cigarette regulations.
4:23am
WISN. (Video) Pocan blames Republicans for House inaction.
4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Baldwin anti-poverty bill picks up local support.

Politics

5:05pm
DPW. ICYMI: Chaos in Cleveland.
2:04pm
Huftel for 75th Assembly. Issues statement on June 30 campaign finance reports.
11:18am
Harris for 18th Senate. Wisconsin's troubled transportation funding.
11:17am
DPW. Republicans struggle with party division as they head to their national convention.
11:08am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. State Rep. Mandela Barnes endorses.
11:04am
Abele for Milwaukee County Executive. Endorses Hillary Clinton.
11:03am
Crowley for 17th Assembly. AFSCME endorses.
5:25am
DPW. Donald Trump picks the most extreme VP pick in a generation.

11:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker won't run for president again as sitting governor.
11:36am
WISC. Feingold calls on Johnson to use speech to lay out plan.
11:35am
Fox 6. Gov. Scott Walker says fears and concerns over Clinton will unite GOP.
11:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker says he advised Trump to stop criticizing GOP, focus on Clinton.
11:32am
Cap Times. In Wisconsin, third-party candidates benefitting from 'dissatisfaction with the two nominees.'
5:19am
WKOW. Wisconsin delegation excited for week ahead at GOP convention.
4:56am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Tittl, Zimmer to attend GOP convention.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gary George challenges Gwen Moore for House seat.
4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Racine County delegates prepared to back Trump.
4:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Friendly rivals Lloyd and Slattery aim to represent 6th District in Congress.
4:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker campaign ends June with $161,000 in bank.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. In Wednesday night speech, Scott Walker to urge support for Donald Trump.
4:38am
Politico. Ron Johnson to speak at Republican convention after all.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Big gender and education gaps over Trump-Clinton in Wisconsin.
4:26am
La Crosse Tribune. Republican state Senate candidate reports no money.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Republicans head to Cleveland to nominate unconventional Donald Trump.
4:18am
WKOW. AP interview: Priebus declares rebellion against Trump dead.

Friday July 15, 2016

Governor

1:43pm
One Wisconsin Now. Lobbyists, Republican donors central to Gov. Walker closed-door 'listening sessions.'
1:01pm
Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center. Situation report 7.
12:59pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Clayton Kawski to Dane County Circuit Court.
12:03pm
DPW. ICYMI: Scott Walker only listens to what he wants to hear.
11:15am
Gov. Walker. Announces three Wisconsin schools selected as national fitness champions.
10:14am
Gov. Walker. Works to combat opioid addiction in Wisconsin, across the nation.
10:07am
Save IRIS. Memo to Gov. Walker: DHS needs a leader who supports self-direction.
5:17am
Gov. Walker. Directs state agencies to assist in northern Wisconsin flooding situation.
5:16am
Emergency Management. Storm update 6 - July 14, 2016 7:30 pm.

8:41am
Cap Times. As Scott Walker reaches 50 listening sessions, critics continue to question invite-only policy.
5:45am
Duluth News Tribune. Some flood-damaged highways in Northwestern Wisconsin may be closed for months. Wisconsin Public Radio.
4:50am
WEAU. Walker directs agencies to assist in northern Wisconsin flooding.

Legislative

3:55pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on Wisconsin's compliance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act. LFB Memo.
3:16pm
Rep. Barnes. Letter to DOC Sec. Litscher: End solitary confinement.
1:53pm
Rep. Jarchow. Holds economic development round table.

1:37pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin lawmaker points to growing support for legalizing marijuana.

State Agencies

3:36pm
DNR. Updated web page provides information on flood damage to DNR properties.
3:22pm
DATCP. Wisconsin Cranberry Board voting period open.
3:22pm
DATCP. Voting period open for WI Soybean Board.
2:35pm
DNR. Voting open for fish stamp contests.
2:12pm
DHS. After the flood: Use caution during clean-up.
1:46pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Milwaukee resident claims $150,000 Powerball ticket.
1:45pm
DATCP. Application period open for organic cost share.
1:10pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings update.
11:31am
DOA. Governor Walker's Cabinet to meet with local government officials, emergency managers in Ashland.
10:13am
DNR. Second elk herd from Kentucky released in Jackson County as elk reintroduction efforts see promising results in second year.
10:05am
DOJ. Wisconsin Native American Drug and Gang Initiative Task Force finalist for national award.
8:45am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, July 18-22.
5:50am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:49am
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Expands Medicaid offerings to six additional Wisconsin counties.

4:18pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DOC seeks to destroy training recordings after a day.
1:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR initiates rules for stricter manure spreading controls.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. DNR to mull over moving division headquarters to northern Wisconsin.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. New officers named at embattled Wisconsin jobs agency.

Economy/Business

5:58am
Bloomberg. Your phone is poised to get 10 times faster as FCC approves 5G.

Statewide

2:01pm
WCASA. Stands with NAESV, Black Lives Matter.
5:13am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on terrorist attack in Nice.
5:11am
Speaker Ryan. Statement on the attack in Nice, France.

5:37am
CBS 58. "They could lure kids"; Registered sex offenders living near "Poke-Stops" in Milwaukee.
5:37am
WISC. WBA: 'Pokemon Go' players could trigger bank's robbery response procedure.
5:11am
Bloomberg. France reels as Bastille Day attack leaves 84 dead in Nice.

Courts

2:51pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State law library to be named in honor of David T. Prosser, Jr. 
9:35am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. John Kenyatta Riley.
9:34am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Scott E. Selmer.

5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. High court fractures on issue involving sex assault victims.

Education

11:14am
UW-Stout. Teachers learn design, digital technology skills at workshop.
10:09am
Marquette University. Selects design, construction management firms for new residence hall project.
10:08am
Support Our Schools Wauwatosa. Politician-made perfect storm could damage our kids' schools.

5:07am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. State report cards take poverty into account.
5:06am
Marshfield News-Herald. Marshfield School Board nixes closed session.

Local

12:02pm
Lupus Foundation of America, Wisconsin Chapter. Tee up fore Lupus.
11:59am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Names Norman Davis Director of Department of Civil Rights.
9:36am
Public Policy Forum. Report urges enhanced public-private collaboration to address obesity in Milwaukee.

Congress

1:09pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. The "Stronger Way Act" would help lift workers out of poverty.
8:47am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Booker. Introduce bold legislation to fight poverty with real solutions.
5:53am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Commends House passage uniform GMO labeling.

1:40pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Environmentalists: Federal Great Lakes funding bill a "mixed bag."
5:09am
Janesville Gazette. Baldwin, Booker introduce bill to address poverty.
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tammy Baldwin on appeals court vacancy: 'Calling on the Senate to do its job.'
4:53am
La Crosse Tribune. Johnson accuses Dems of 'political football' after whistleblower bill blocked.

Politics

4:37pm
DPW. Sen. Ron Johnson's beltway blunder: - The "politicizing terrorism" edition.
3:48pm
DPW. Veterans respond to Senator Johnson playing politics with national security.
3:15pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Ron Johnson going on recess instead of doing his job.
1:45pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Pro-life Indiana Governor Mike Pence excellent choice for vice president.
12:57pm
DPW. ICYMI: Associated Press: The latest: Station says not to pull Johnson ad.
12:04pm
Ryan for 1st Congress. Applauds Governor Pence as vice presidential choice.
5:12am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Are you ready to cast a ballot in the August 9th primary election?

1:30pm
Cap Times. Russ Feingold defends Patriot Act vote after Ron Johnson campaign goes on attack over terrorism.
12:04pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold accuses Johnson of using ad to politicize security.
10:11am
Politico. Trump selects Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.
4:56am
Fox 11. Johnson says he may go to Republican convention after all.
4:50am
WKOW. Once "Never Trump" - Wisconsin Republicans will be featured prominently at GOP convention.

Local Politics

3:57pm
SEIU Wisconsin State Council. Is proud to endorse Ismael Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney.
5:15am
Pocan for 2nd Congress. Endorses Ismael Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney.

Thursday July 14, 2016

Governor

10:16am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address: Cabinet takes to the road in western Wisconsin.

Legislative

4:22pm
American Heart Association. Recognizes Senator Petrowski and Representative Spiros as Legislators of the Year.
3:31pm
Rep. Novak. Honored to be selected as "Friend of Family Medicine" by Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians.
3:29pm
Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians. Announces "Friends of Family Medicine."
10:25am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: UWEC and local business: A flourshing relationship worthy of investment.
10:22am
Sen. Larson. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "Preserving Our Shared Resources."

5:21am
Marshfield News-Herald. Lawmakers to try again on high-cap wells.
4:54am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Legislators should stay out of UW classrooms.

State Agencies

5:06pm
DNR. Forestry Division welcomes public comment on options for possible headquarters relocation.
4:25pm
AG Schimel. Statement on Controlled Substances Board decision to list furanyl fentanyl as controlled substance.
3:10pm
WEDC. Board elects officers, welcomes new members.
12:43pm
Wisconsin Lottery. West Allis player holds $150,000 Powerball ticket.
10:26am
DPW. Scott Walker's WEDC proposes gag order on board members.
5:59am
Rep. Barca. Statement on WEDC's attempt to silence board members.

12:40pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin's Veterans Trust Fund continues to see a structural deficit, was insolvent in first part of fiscal year 2016.
6:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Time to close Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake youth prisons.
5:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lake frontage land trade proposed in Vilas County between DNR, Uihlein.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. State jobs agency pulls proposal to gag its board members. Cap Times.
4:48am
Chippewa Herald. State and community leaders address meth problem in western Wisconsin.

Economy/Business

5:16am
Chippewa Herald. Connection sparks changes for county businesses.

Environment/Outdoors

2:32pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Central Wisconsin wolf attack renews call to action.
5:20am
Stevens Point Journal. Despite sheep kills, farmer not anti-wolf.

Statewide

3:57pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Don't set off alarms playing "Pokemon Go."
1:58pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Advocates alarmed as domestic violence death toll reaches new high in first half of 2016.
11:50am
CSWAB. Army testing confirms mercury still high in Lake Wisconsin: Public meeting on July 27.
11:05am
Wisconsin Newspaper Association. Six publishers to be added to newspaper industry memorial.

5:40am
WAOW. Vast majority of U.S. drivers exhibit aggressive behavior, new AAA study concludes.
5:40am
WXOW. Record number of needles picked up in Wisconsin.

Courts

8:31am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Othman M. Atta.

5:19am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Supreme Court allows state to continue using computer program to assist in sentencing.

Education

1:24pm
UW-Stout. Five faculty receive sabbaticals to conduct research.
1:22pm
Marquette University. College of Health Sciences receives $1 million gift from Dennis and Barbara Klein.
12:30pm
UW-Stout. Graduates' earning rank high in Money magazine study.
11:46am
UW-Madison. Mara McDonald, 'quintessential boundary crosser,' dies at 68.
10:21am
UW-River Falls. Computer science teacher license now offered through STEMteach program.
5:58am
UW-Eau Claire. Among top public universities on MONEY's Best Colleges list.

5:22am
Marshfield News-Herald. Marshfield School Board to meet in secret.
5:17am
Beloit Daily News. Side deal paid teacher's student loan payments.

Local

3:59pm
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Launches HealthTech Capitol website.
3:54pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Inmate in Special Needs section of jail gives birth, baby found unresponsive.
3:14pm
Emergency Management. Storm update 5 - July 14, 2016 12:30 pm.
11:17am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces Day Resource Center purchase.
10:23am
Wisconsin Innovation Awards. Madison area finalists announced.
6:02am
Emergency Management. Storm update 4 - July 13 6 pm.

2:31pm
Fox 11. Third victim dies in Wisconsin flood waters.
5:41am
NBC 15. Bad River Tribe dealing with the aftermath of Ashland County flooding.
5:31am
Sheboygan Press. Sheb. Co. sales tax clears committee with changes.
5:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Paul Soglin commits to funding violence prevention, racial disparity initiatives in next budget.
5:16am
Ashland Daily Press. Storm damage to roads may reach $2 million in Bayfield County.
5:15am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee has largest rent increase in nation, study shows.

Congress

4:29pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Questions Obama admin. officials on denying visas to countries that refuse accepting deported nationals.
3:55pm
Midwest Food Processors Association. Commend Congress for passing GMO labeling bill.
3:30pm
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Hanna. Urge President Obama to prohibit LGBT discrimination in government contracting.
3:17pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Waterfront revitalization legislation passes Senate.
2:13pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Votes to prevent overreach by EPA, Dept. of Interior.
1:57pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Senate Democrats playing partisan games again.
1:25pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Introduces the No Regulation Without Representation Act.
12:45pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Conscience protection rights are vital to health care profession.
12:30pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Disappointed Senate Democrats block funding for U.S. troops.
10:24am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Bipartisan opioid legislation heads to President Obama.
10:17am
U.S. Sen. Johnson, U.S. Rep. Duffy. Urge President Obama to support disaster assistance for northern Wisconsin flooding.
6:06am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bapartisan VA reforms pass the Senate, move to President Obama to be signed into law.
6:04am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Remains focused on opioid epidemic in Wisconsin, comments on CARA passage.
6:01am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Jason Simcakoski legislation passes Senate.

5:31am
Oshkosh Northwestern. EAA to pay controller fees under FAA bill.
4:55am
WSAW. Congress sends opioid bill honoring Simcakoski to president.

Politics

4:23pm
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Anniversary of K-12 education cuts signals need for reinvestment in our children's future.
1:28pm
NFIB. Small business backs Speaker Ryan.
1:25pm
DPW. Ron Johnson's Donald Duck #3: Will he stay or will he go?
12:44pm
DPW. Launches "Regulator Ron" digital ad campaign.
11:06am
Odeen for 10th Senate. Calls out Walker's tax giveaways.
10:19am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Reports $9.75 million cash on hand.
10:18am
AFSCME. Endorses LaTonya Johnson for state Senate.
10:15am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Oakfield Town Chairman endorses.
10:15am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Leading small business advocate supports.
9:35am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. To kick off "Gear Up to Vote" campaign July 18 in Madison.

2:30pm
Cap Times. NARAL endorses Russ Feingold in Wisconsin Senate race.
12:54pm
Janesville Gazette. Conservative talk radio host changes position on Trump.
12:47pm
The Hill. Trump picks Pence as VP.
11:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Sean Duffy, Democratic Milwaukee sheriff scheduled to speak at GOP convention.
5:25am
CBS News. Donald Trump may spell doom for vulnerable GOP senators.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump campaign reacts to Marquette poll.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. Poll: Strong majority of Wisconsinites want legal marijuana.
4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cleveland GOP convention will have very Wisconsin flavor.
4:49am
Mlwaukee Journal Sentinel. Spending fails to move poll numbers in Johnson-Feingold race.
4:47am
WKOW. Large number of GOP senators skipping Trump's convention.

Local Politics

9:33am
Parisi for Dane County Executive. Reports $124,000 cash on hand.
8:34am
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Doyle and Soglin endorse.

Wednesday July 13, 2016

Governor

5:45am
Gov. Walker. Declares State of Emergency in response to damaging floods in eight counties.

5:40am
La Crosse Tribune. Tonette Walker lauds La Crosse County for trauma-informed care strides.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrat Tim Cullen slams Scott Walker on Lincoln Hills.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker declares state of emergency after heavy rains hit northern Wisconsin.
4:44am
WEAU. Gov. Walker talks about Ethics Commission appointment.
4:43am
WEAU. Walker: Expanding broadband key to economic success.

Legislative

3:27pm
Rep. Nygren. Honored by Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians.
3:10pm
Rep. Sargent. Wisconsinites support marijuana legalization.
12:55pm
Rep. Taylor. Republican lawmakers should do their jobs and enact common sense gun safety measures.
11:21am
Rep. Kitchens. To co-author "Blue Lives Matter" bill.

11:24am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Sen. LeMahieu honored for work with counties.
5:26am
WJFW. Local police officers react to "Blue Lives Matter" bill.

State Agencies

4:16pm
DNR. Peninsula State Park Eagle Tower deconstruction delayed.
4:12pm
Sen. Hansen. Statement on WEDC gag order.
3:16pm
Sen. Shilling. Opposes gag order on WEDC board members.
2:33pm
One Wisconsin Now. Media reports Walker plot to impose 'don't ask, don't tell' gag order on board of troubled Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
1:26pm
AG Schimel. Statement on the death of Public Safety Officer Michael J. Ventura, Town of Salem.
10:20am
ETF. Members' costs to decrease for insulin.
5:50am
Emergency Mangement. Storm update - July 12, 2016 6 pm.
5:49am
DATCP. Beware of door-to-door contractors during flood cleanup.

2:26pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. WEDC proposes gag order on board members.
10:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tom Barrett calls for closing Lincoln Hills, reopening Ethan Allen.
5:50am
ABC News. Storms hit rural Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
5:06am
Racine Journal Times. Pilot program steps up monitoring of repeat drunken drivers.
4:43am
Cap Times. Here's what Wisconsin's new elections and ethics commissions look like.

Statewide

4:49pm
Wisconsin Fair Housing Network. Statewide fair housing awards presented.
9:21am
MacIver Institute. Joins national coalition in defense of free speech.
9:05am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Wisconsin school spending remains above national average.
8:03am
Mid-West Energy Research Consortium. Hosts Microgrids Conference.

5:27am
WXOW. Slow progress seen on faulty rail cars.

Courts

10:12am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. St. Croix County Circuit Court judge selected to head Committee of Chief Judges.
8:17am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Partick J. Lynch.
8:16am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Eric L. Loomis.
8:16am
District II Court of Appeals. Benjamin Romero v. West Bend Mutual Insurance Company.

6:11am
Reuters. In first, U.S. judge throws out cell phone 'stingray' evidence.
5:08am
Sheboygan Press. Records: Highway 23 suit added $3.1M in cost.

Education

1:48pm
UW-Madison. UW, Purdue scientists solve structure of cold virus linked to childhood asthma.
1:15pm
UW-Madison. A new whey to manage PKU.
1:14pm
UW-Stout. Promotions, tenure for faculty approved by Board of Regents.
10:20am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Releases new report exploring education savings accounts around the United States.
9:36am
Marquette University. Marquette computer scientists awarded $1 million NSF grant to develop model for career change into computing.
5:46am
WTCS. Tech College Board recognizes partnership with Thomas Precision, Inc.

5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison student center criticized for holding racially segregated meetings to discuss shootings.

Local

2:11pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Applauds progress on bus rapid transit.
12:08pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. County to lose $4 million on GO Pass.
12:04pm
Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center. Incident report 3.
5:48am
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Statement regarding local protests.

10:49am
Jefferson County Daily Union. County board supports DOT input on rail line from Indiana to Milton.
5:26am
NBC 26. Green Bay leaders approve plan to "fast-track" stadium sales tax distribution.
5:09am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Restaurant loans risky business for counties.
5:08am
Oshkosh Northwestern. City holds off on rental inspections program.
5:07am
Daily Reporter. As Madison officials await feasibility study, questions surround push for municipal fiber-optic network.

Congress

4:54pm
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Ellison. Introduce the Degrees Not Debt Act.
3:30pm
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Supports Senator Baldwin's BRAVE Act.
2:34pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Homeland Security measures supported by Senator Baldwin pass Senate and move to the President's desk.
1:34pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on passage of FAA Reauthorization Act.
11:22am
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Kildee. Call on Volkswagen to negotiate first contract with UAW.
10:09am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Commends the Obama Administration for taking action to hold China accountable and level the playing field for Wisconsin workers and businesses.

5:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson: Amendment aimed at curbing federal abuse of power.
4:50am
Politico. 2 lawmakers re-up Clinton email server probe.

Federal Agencies

8:22am
WKOW. Could the VA have done more to prevent the suicide of a Wisconsin Dells native?

Politics

4:50pm
WEAC. Recommends Representative Josh Zepnick in 9th Assembly district.
4:47pm
Karweik for 83rd Assembly. Receives AQ grade from NRA.
4:37pm
Media Trackers. Anti-trade Paul Nehlen owned Chinese factory that replaced U.S. jobs.
2:10pm
Marquette University. New Marquette Law School poll finds Clinton, Feingold leading; deep divisions remain inside both parties.
12:05pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Is getting results to keep Wisconsin communities safe.
10:58am
Elliott for 18th Senate. Pro-Life Wisconsin & Wisconsin Right to Life endorse.
8:42am
DPW. Democratic Party unified as Republican Party continues to fracture even further.

2:12pm
Janesville Gazette. Trump, Clinton both deeply unpopular in Wisconsin.
2:11pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MU Poll: Clinton, Feingold maintain leads in Wisconsin.
2:09pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker approval rating 38% in latest Marquette poll.
2:07pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Hillary Clinton retains lead on Donald Trump in Wisconsin, but margin narrows.
5:24am
Beloit Daily News. Ex-Beloit superintendent will run for state position. Wisconsin Public Radio.
5:23am
Janesville Gazette. Assembly Democratic committee reports raising $710k.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson raises $2.8 million in second quarter.
4:50am
Des Moines Register. National governors meeting has some looking to 2020 caucuses.
4:46am
La Crosse Tribune. Feingold talks Medicare, Social Security at stop in La Crosse.
4:45am
Janesville Gazette. Janesville's Tim Cullen ponders run for governor.
4:42am
WEAU. Feingold: Trump doesn't have a clue, not qualified to be president.
4:41am
WISC. Third Wisconsin Republican convention delegate withdraws.

Local Politics

8:12am
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Unions back.

5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Assistant DA says boss is not doing his job, DA disagrees.

Tuesday July 12, 2016

Governor

2:52pm
DOA. Governor Walker, Cabinet members travel Western Wisconsin for Cabinet on the Road tour.
8:49am
Gov. Walker. Kicks off Cabinet on the Road, travels throughout Western Wisconsin.

1:55pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, cabinet members making 100 stops in 10 counties.
9:57am
Chippewa Herald. Walker looking for ways to fund road work.
4:22am
WEAU. Gov. Walker talks WI economy, presidential race during local visit.
4:21am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker decries 'senseless violence' in recent shootings.
4:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Gov. suggests aid for UW campuses.

Legislative

3:33pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Childhood poverty can do permanent harm to the brain.
3:23pm
Rep. Taylor. Coming soon: more right wing litigation.
9:35am
Sen. Wanggaard, Speaker Vos, Rep. Weatherston. Racine selected to pilot drunk driving reduction project.

4:53am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Steffen proposes 'Blue Lives Matter' law.
4:27am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Wisconsin 'Blue Lives Matter' bill would make killing cops a hate crime.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Should hate crime protections include law enforcement?

State Agencies

4:21pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
2:04pm
WEDC. State grant helps expand St. Croix Falls Civic Auditorium.
10:58am
DPI. 128 school districts qualify for high cost transportation aid.
5:06am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.

10:00am
Cap Times. Wisconsin continues partnership with Veterans Assistance Foundation, ranked one of the worst in nation.
6:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. Environmental law unit shrinks some more under Brad Schimel.
5:02am
Pierce County Herald. Slow road to rural broadband continues.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County leaders call for juvenile justice overhaul, closing Lincoln Hills.
4:43am
Cap Times. Shifting of tax credits raises questions among entrepreneurs.
4:41am
Janesville Gazette. Union alleges guard assaulted inmate during feeding session.
4:15am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin Voter ID ads out this week.
4:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Peg Lautenschlager, Brian Bell chosen to lead new Ethics Commission.

Environment/Outdoors

5:04am
WSAW. Wolf kills 7 sheep on Wisconsin Rapids farm.

Statewide

2:11pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. State dental association names Rossetto government services director.
1:00pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. New report: Wisconsin consumers will save $3,347 in out-of-pocket health costs with new plans.
9:53am
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Other states use federal law to surpass Wisconsin in health coverage for kids. Report.
9:04am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Offers condolences, solutions to police violence.
8:27am
NeighborWorks Alliance of Wisconsin. Report reveals significant economic impact from Wisconsin NeighborWorks organizations.

6:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's ranking for uninsured children slipping.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Conservative Wisconsin group expanding focus nationally. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Courts

8:40am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Timothy L. Finley, Jr.
8:40am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Lands' End, Inc. v. City of Dodgeville.
8:39am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. City of Eau Claire v. Melissa M. Booth.
8:38am
District I Court of Appeals. State v. Giancarlo Giacomantonio.

4:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Judge says county can't require Enbridge to carry spill insurance -- but there's a twist.

Education

12:25pm
UW-Stout. University maintains rating in national sustainability program.
10:11am
UW-Madison. Professors named to American Academy of Nursing.
6:16am
Great Lakes Center for Education Research & Practice. Wisconsin report on charter school efficiency in Milwaukee not supported by evidence.

Local

2:42pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Focused Interruption Coalition joined by Mayor Soglin to detail 15-point plan.
2:36pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Partners with Urban League of Greater Madison on My Brother's Keeper Madison. 
2:35pm
OCI Commissioner Nickel. Statement on heavy storms in Northern Wisconsin.
2:19pm
MCTS. Love italian style: MCTS gets bus riders to Festa Italiana.
12:30pm
Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center. Incident report.
11:28am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Update: Washington County victim of wire transfer fraud.

3:06pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bayfield County confronts challenges of regulating a potential CAFO.
1:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Washington County scam involved email mimicking county administrator's.
5:03am
Fox 11. Major flooding issues in northern WI and MI.
4:30am
Duluth News Tribune. Storms causing 'potentially catastrophic' flash flooding in parts of Northland.

Congress

3:58pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Worked with La Crosse man to introduce bill to unite family.
2:50pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. To FCC: Close the rural broadband gap.
2:49pm
One Wisconsin Now. Senate colleagues to request Sen. Ron Johnson do his job, vote to fill longest running federal judicial vacancy in the nation.
1:21pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Goes to Senate floor to call for unanimous consent on Schott nomination to 7th circuit court.
11:58am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Staff to hold identity theft and fraud prevention workshop in West Bend.
9:34am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Sheriffs endorse.
8:30am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Tillis. Introduce bipartisan legislation to support job creation for America's veterans.

1:11pm
Reuters. U.S. Congress shrugs off guns, Zika as summer break nears.
1:05pm
The Hill. Republicans hammer Lynch for ceding Clinton decision to FBI.
9:58am
Cap Times. Wisconsin senators ask FCC to expand rural broadband access.
5:11am
Reuters. Obama renews call for U.S. public health insurance option.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson queries Lynch, Kerry, others on Clinton emails.
4:24am
NBC 15. One-on-one interview with House Speaker Paul Ryan.

Politics

3:17pm
RPW. Ron Johnson holding Hillary Clinton and the Washington Elite accountable.
3:16pm
Assembly Democrats. Break committee fundraising records.
12:35pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Ron Johnson ought to be apologizing instead of bragging about record on student loan debt.
11:37am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Campaign launches Feingold Career Clock counting Senator Feingold's time in politics.
10:57am
Gallagher for 8th Congress. Receives endorsements from all 11 county sheriffs in WI-08 race.
10:45am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Report: Ron Johnson "Most productive member" of U.S. Senate.
8:43am
Lasee for 8th Congress. Launches first TV ad "FORWARD."
6:27am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Earns and "A" from NRA-PVF.

1:05pm
Reuters. Sanders endorses Clinton for White House in show of party unity.
10:04am
WISC. Feingold continues to outraise Johnson in Senate race.
4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Koch-backed Libre group ramps up outreach to Milwaukee Latinos.
4:41am
Chippewa Herald. Evers, 3 others seeking state superintendent post.
4:25am
Janesville Gazette. Paul Ryan's Republican challenger says gap is narrowing.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: GOP delegates shouldn't vote at odds with primary voters.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Johnson, Feingold clash over plan involving disabled students.

Monday July 11, 2016

Governor

4:26pm
Gov. Walker. Provides update on 2020 Vision Project listening sessions.
4:18pm
Gov. Walker. Addresses Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce at business luncheon.
12:05pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Martin De Vries to Dodge County Circuit Court.
12:05pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Charles Feltes to Trempealeau County Ciruit Court.

Legislative

3:41pm
Rep. Nygren. Honored by Wisconsin Counties Association.
3:40pm
Wisconsin Counties Association. Rep. Nygren receives WCA Outstanding Legislator Award.
1:49pm
Rep. Steffen. Unveils "Blue Lives Matter" legislation.
12:02pm
Rep. Hebl. Governor Walker's DNR is not living up to its mission.
10:21am
Rep. Hutton. Children's Hospital continues to rank among the best in the nation.
8:40am
Rep. Kolste. Appointed to Legislative Study Committee.

1:30pm
Fox 11. Local lawmaker announces bill to make attacks on police a hate crime.
11:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Wanggaard: Current state spending for Milwaukee is unsustainable without changes.
4:20am
Cap Times. Wisconsin GOP legislator to introduce 'Blue Lives Matter' bill.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Legislative committee to discuss changes to low-income legal aid.
4:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Panel studies security of students' private information.

State Agencies

4:47pm
Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Brian Bell selected as Ethics Commission Administrator.
4:40pm
WI Lottery. Kaukauna resident claims $3.6 million Megabucks ticket. Letter.
12:04pm
DOT. New toll-free number provides quick and easy access to the entire Wisconsin State Patrol.
11:11am
OCI. Op-Ed: Should the federal government pick a health plan automatically for you?
9:51am
WI Lottery. Lucky winner holds $70,000 Badger 5 ticket.
9:51am
WI Lottery. Abrams man claims $50,000 Powerball ticket.

1:35pm
Janesville Gazette. Former Democratic AG Lautenschlager named chair of Ethics.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. DNR staffing vacancies rose again last year.
4:15am
Stevens Point Journal. Ex-Lincoln Hills psychologist not disciplined.
4:12am
Fox 11. Deer kill may end up delivered to DNR office.

Economy/Business

3:15pm
Quarles & Brady, LLP. Quarles & Brady, LLP. Announces first managing partner transition.
2:07pm
Boardman & Clark LLP. Labor & Employment Update.
12:01pm
U.S. Gain. Partners with FastFlow CNG to meet C.A.T.'s international CNG fueling needs.
10:20am
Atlas Providers. Network of prequalified service providers launches digital marketplace.

4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison chamber leader touts Wisconsin's high-tech 'Third Wave.'
4:14am
Daily Reporter. Company plans to build rail terminal to ship fracking sand.

Statewide

10:29am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Launches new project on federalism.
9:24am
Wisconsin Corn Growers. Use of E15 ethanol blend overwhelmingly favored in Wisconsin.
4:38am
Racine Police Department. Threats against law enforcement.

1:29pm
WAOW. Conservative Wisconsin group expanding focus nationally.
4:27am
Chicago Tribune. Wisconsin man arrested for allegedly threatening to kill white police officers.
4:22am
WBAY. Sen. Johnson: Some politicians are "stoking the fires" of violence.
4:21am
WKOW. Walker: Dallas tragedy a reminder to respect everyone regardless of background.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Schimel: Dial back the hateful rhetoric.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Amid shootings and protests, Wisconsin's Professional Police Association calls for calm.

Courts

4:12am
Appleton Post Crescent. Court: Appleton schools did not violate law.

Education

3:04pm
UW-Madison. Orrantia hired as new UW-Madison director of community relations.
2:17pm
UW-Platteville. Professors' research grants total more than $175,000.

Local

5:00pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County BRT Project receives wide ranging support from community leaders, advocates, business groups and riders.
3:54pm
SURJ. Today, white activists in seven cities demonstrated against police violence.
4:47am
Freedom, Inc., Groundwork, SURJ. Madison demands Black community control of the police.
4:40am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 17 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.

4:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Western Wisconsin group vows to keep fighting Highland wind farm.
4:23am
Janesville Gazette. City could raise dozens of fees next year.
4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Manure runoff kills fish in northeast Wisconsin.
4:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Homeless advocates speak out against proposed sidewalk sleeping ban.

Congress

3:03pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau. Commends Senate passage of uniform GMO labeling.
8:20am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Urges higher education leaders to implement policies that will allow students to receive their financial aid packages sooner.

4:16am
La Crosse Tribune. North Dakota farm group wants price protections for dairy farmers.

Politics

4:27pm
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Rep. Joe Sanfelippo backs.
3:55pm
DPW. Senator Johnson's 'supreme' hypocrisy.
1:48pm
Racine County Republican Party. Victory Center is now open.
12:03pm
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Only candidate endorsed by Pro-Life Wisconsin in 83rd Assembly District.
11:12am
Odeen for 10th Senate. Advocates for investment in rural broadband.
11:04am
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Stands up for public education.
10:40am
Arata-Fratta for 47th Assembly. Sheriff Dave Mahoney endorses.
10:30am
RPW. Wisocnsin Republicans demand answers from Senator Feingold.
4:44am
Holtz for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. To announce candidacy.
4:38am
Lloyd for 6th Congress. Wisconsin AFL-CIO endorses.

11:02am
WKBT. Wisconsin School Superintendent seeking third term.
10:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold ad jabs Johnson on higher education.
4:31am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin Education Association Council endorses Don Vruwink for Assembly.
4:26am
USA Today. Wisconsin's status as presidential battleground in question.
4:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. Guns a thorny issue for Ron Johnson, Russ Feingold in U.S. Senate race.
4:23am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Political ad spending hits $3M in NE Wisconsin.
4:11am
CBS 58. Hillary Clinton campaign opening new offices in Wisconsin.

Friday July 8, 2016

Legislative

3:17pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Look out for potholes on Governor's motorcycle ride.
4:34am
UW-Madison. Information on Sociology 134.

4:30am
WISC. Senator decries UW class essay on gay sexual desires.
4:00am
Cap Times. Reproductive rights advocates call for repeal of Wisconsin admitting privileges law.
3:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Tittl awarded for work with county governments.

State Agencies

12:58pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Voter Photo ID multimedia campaign launches next week.
12:54pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings update.
12:54pm
DOJ. Amery Police Department Assistant Chief leads by example.
11:33am
DATCP. Bring your questions for DATCP with you to Farm Tech Days.
11:23am
WI Lottery. Polk County woman claims $95,000 Badger 5 jackpot.
11:11am
DPI. Income eligibility guidelines announced for school and day care meals.
10:51am
WI Lottery. Mega Millions jackpot at half billion dollars for tonight's drawing.

4:30am
WEAU. Wis. DOT pushes cost-cutting, recycling construction projects.
4:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. DOJ official: Government agencies not required to release documents ahead of meetings.

Economy/Business

7:44am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment increases by 287,000 in June; unemployment rate rises to 4.9%

12:45pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Annual report says Wisconsin venture capital investments dipped in 2015.
7:45am
Bloomberg. Payrolls in U.S. jumped 287,000 in June, most in eight months.

Statewide

4:02pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin rural hospitals support essential health care infrastructure statewide.
2:54pm
Wisconsin Professional Police Association. Head of Wisconsin police group calls for calm following deadly ambush on officers in Dallas.
1:51pm
Rep. Bowen. Statement on shootings in Wisconsin, Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas.
1:37pm
Rep. Johnson. We must restore trust, rebuild our sense of community.
12:55pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on epidemic of violence.
11:21am
Madison Mayor Soglin & Madison City Council. Statement on Dallas officer shootings.
10:52am
Rep. Spiros. Statement on Dallas.
10:31am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Number of early stage investment deals climb 13 percent in year, Tech Council report shows.
10:29am
Wisconsin Technology Council. 'WisBiz: The Show' covers Tech Metrics, commentary; interview with Hal Karas of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek.
10:12am
Wisconsin Electric Cooperative Association. Electric co-op group resumes independent operations.
10:01am
Edge Messaging. Interview: Gwyn Guenther, The Wheeler Report: then, now and tomorrow.
9:40am
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on events in Dallas.
8:22am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on shooting in Dallas.
4:35am
UW-Extension. Silvopasture workshop scheduled for July 29-30 in Luck, Wisconsin.

12:41pm
CBS News. Paul Ryan calls Dallas police shootings "an attack on all of us."
12:41pm
WEAU. Wisconsin legislator asks for prayers for dead officers.
4:00am
Reuters. Snipers kill five Dallas police during protests over shootings.
3:59am
Stevens Point Journal. Report: Spending on prisons rises more than on schools.

Courts

10:00am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Jane A. Edgar.
9:59am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. William J. Spangler.
9:58am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Peter J. Kovac.

Education

10:31am
UW-Platteville. Byrd conducts greenhouse gas undergraduate research.
8:21am
WAICU. Governor declares July 11-16 Wisconsin Private College Week.

12:45pm
Portage Daily Register. Portage administrators: State bump in school aid 'does nothing for our kids.'
3:58am
Marshfield News-Herald. School district withholds 'concerning' letter.

Local

4:43pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
12:56pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Nominations sought for 2016 Waukesha County Executive Awards.

Congress

11:42am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. House approves conference report on comprehensive opioid legislation.
11:32am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Jason Simcakoski legislation passes House.
11:22am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan VA reforms pass the House of Representatives, move to the Senate.
10:28am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Hail Senate passage of GMO labeling bill.

4:14am
Yahoo Finance. Ryan gives up on gun control vote as conservatives revolt.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congress considering new rules for VA hospitals after death of Wisconsin veteran.
4:06am
Fox 11. Wisconsin senators react to FBI Director's testimony.

Politics

4:09pm
American Federation of Teachers, Local 212. Statement regarding Clinton's higher education proposal.
1:52pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches statewide Veterans Coalition.
11:53am
Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund PAC. Endorsements are gold standard in state.
9:40am
Schaefer for 3rd Assembly. Representative Janel Bradtjen endorses.

4:16am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Russ Feingold makes campaign stop in Green Bay.
4:14am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Scott Walker: 'Anyone is better than Hillary.'
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ribble: Trump has 'damaged' the Republican Party.
4:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Show of unity could be behind Walker's decision to speak at GOP convention, analyst says.
4:04am
WKOW. Wisconsin Democrats warn of impact Trump presidency would have on businesses.
4:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Feingold voices concern over Obama plan to slowdown troop withdrawal.
4:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study: Gender quotas work to encourage participation in politics.
4:01am
WISN. Johnson, Feingold plan to skip party conventions.

Thursday July 7, 2016

Governor

2:26pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights Wisconsin health and educational facitlites authority's role in economic development in Wisconsin.
10:20am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address: Expanding broadband service in Wisconsin.

Legislative

2:55pm
Sen. Darling & Rep. Knodl. Honor Brown Deer's "All-American City" award.
11:16am
Rep. Taylor. Mr. Speaker, repeal that law!
10:51am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Calls on Wisconsin legislators to repeal unconstitutional abortion restriction and prioritize women's health.
10:48am
Sen. Erpenbach. Statement asking Senator Fitzgerald and Representative Vos to repeal Wisconsin's unconstitutional admitting privileges law for doctors that perform legal abortions.
10:25am
Senate Democrats. Weekly Democratic radio address.
10:19am
Sen. Shilling. Dems call for restoration of health rights. Letter to Sen. Fitzgerald, Speaker Vos.
10:09am
Rep. Johnson. Repeal unconstitutional law, end assault on women's rights.
10:09am
Wisconsin Counties Association. Senator Shilling receives "Outstanding Legislator Award."
10:07am
Rep. Considine. Column: One year later, preserving Wisconsin's open records laws.
5:08am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Government accountability died the end of June.

12:41pm
Janesville Gazette. Planned Parenthood calls to repeal admitting privileges law.
9:30am
Daily Reporter. Industry waiting on road budget fallout.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly Democrats hit Walker administration on open records responses.
4:32am
Cap Times. Scott Walker, Assembly Democrats bicker over government transparency.

State Agencies

4:45pm
DNR. Outdoor report for July 7, 2016.
3:26pm
DATCP. Two new ag enterprise areas to be added; one expanded.
2:13pm
DOA. Diesel Truck Idling Reduction Grant Program application now available.
11:47am
DOJ. More than 1,300 suspected child sexual predators arrested during Operation Broken Heart.
10:24am
Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. Analysis explains why self-funding is not necessarily the answer.
8:51am
DOT. I-39/90 expansion project to benefit from $40 million federal grant.

3:41pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Public Service Commission approves Highland Wind Farm.
12:08pm
Daily Reporter. Cutting the cost of injuries: Q&A with new DWD safety, risk manager Virginia Hartt.
4:37am
Wisconsin State Journal. $40M fed grant would mean earlier expansion of I-39/90 near Janesville.

Economy/Business

3:31pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Kraft Heinz says hot dogs will be the first to go at Madison's Oscar Mayer plant.
3:17pm
WBAY. Wendy's says more than 1,000 restaurants affected by hack.

Environment/Outdoors

5:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin among 12 states to share $44 million for wetland conservation.
4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Shipping company fined in Duluth-Superior for illegally dumping oily wastewater.

Statewide

11:13am
CCW, ContinuUs, and WWC. Three become one: CCCW, ContinuUs, and WWC to merge.
5:06am
Cooperative Network. Announces reorganization.

4:35am
WBAY. 51 killed in Wisconsin crashes in June.
4:31am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Help for kids in crisis tied to maps, not need.

Courts

4:53am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. New state statutes allow for court redaction.

Education

2:51pm
UW-Platteville. Three area youth to preform with 'Kids from Wisconsin' on July 30.
1:39pm
UW-Platteville. Students travel west for geography field experience.
11:48am
Marquette University. Marquette education and counseling psychology professor honored for research excellence.

Local

4:51pm
Milwaukee County Supervisor Nicholson. Announces call to action regarding recent unarmed victims of police shootings.
1:40pm
Highland Wind Farm. State utility regulators approve Highland Wind Farm in St. Croix County.
10:06am
NEWaukee. Announces partnership with Diversatek.
8:47am
Green Madison. UW Health employees to help Madison compete for 5M Georgetown University Energy Prize.

5:05am
Fox 11. Oneida Tribe exploring sales tax for tribal land.
4:28am
Pierce County Herald. County employees facing time off changes.

Congress

4:25pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Releases new 'Hey, Wisconsin' episode.
3:27pm
DPW. Statement from Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney on Sen. Johnson's political attack on Director Comey.
2:57pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Questions FBI Director on Clinton emails.
2:53pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Rubio & U.S. Reps. Crowley, Smith. Introduce a bill to help Holocaust survivors and the families of Holocaust victims.
11:47am
Sen. Johnson. Lauds prioritization of I-90 repair project.
11:11am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Rapid DNA legislation passes out of House Judiciary Committee.
10:46am
DPW. Senator Johnson continues abuse of chairmanship with attacks on FBI Director Comey.
8:50am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Legislation to fix problems at the Tomah VA headed to House & Senate for final vote.
8:48am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Praise Senate action on GMO labeling.
5:28am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan VA reforms approved by House and Senate Conference Committee.

4:34am
WKOW. Rep. Pocan tells story of Madison murder victim on House floor in ongoing gun debate.

Federal Agencies

2:12pm
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Corn Growers to EPA: Move forward on renewable fuels.

Politics

4:49pm
Lasee for 8th Congress. Why talk to voters when you can buy them?
1:41pm
Ryan for 1st Congress. Wisconsin Right to Life endorses.
12:50pm
DPW. The Ronald and the Donald come face to face.
10:49am
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Endorses Speaker Paul D. Ryan.
10:26am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Reacts to House GOP meeting with Donald Trump.
8:50am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Labor endorses.
8:47am
Harris for 6th Senate. County Executive Abele endorses.

3:09pm
WISN. Walker gives Trump campaign advice.
12:29pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Russ Feingold 'troubled' by Clinton's use of unsecured server.
12:09pm
Cap Times. Feingold campaign shifts focus to Social Security.
5:21am
CNN. Donald Trump may lack numbers to stop delegate revolt, for now.
4:54am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Al Ott endorses Tusler for Assembly.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson won't join Donald Trump in praising Saddam Hussein.
4:32am
Yahoo News. Scott Walker backs away from anti-Trump insurgency while John Kasich tiptoes towards it.
4:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. 3 candidates to replace Rep. Robb Kahl in Assembly to meet in McFarland forum.

Local Politics

10:12am
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Dane County Sheriff endorses.

Wednesday July 6, 2016

Governor

2:24pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says his administration strongly committed to ending problems at Lincoln Hills.
2:22pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Governor promises closer look at state help for building repairs at UW campuses.
5:10am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker launches broadband initiative as demonstrators deride it as 'feel-good bill.'
5:06am
Daily Reporter. Walker pushes jobs for disabled workers.

Legislative

3:03pm
Rep. Loudenbeck. Applauds I-39/90 FASTLANE grant.
11:08am
Assembly Democrats. On one year anniversary of effort to gut open records, Republican assault on open government continues.
10:53am
Sen. Bewley. Manufacturers tax credit. LFB Memo.
10:46am
Wisconsin Counties Association. Senator Olsen receives Wisconsin Counties Association's "Outstanding Legislator Award."
9:03am
Sen. Ringhand. It's time to invest in our transportation system.

4:36am
WQOW. New law protects citizens from breaking into hot car to save kids or pets.
4:26am
Wisconsin Watchdog. Wisconsin launches Special Needs Scholarship Program.

State Agencies

3:52pm
DOT. Exemptions for motor carrier transportation of petroleum products extended.
1:55pm
DOT. 51 people died in Wisconsin traffic crashes in June.
1:29pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. DNR releases draft industrial sand mining strategic analysis.
1:20pm
DHS. Flu mist option not recommended for 2016-17 influenza season.
11:13am
Wisconsin Lakeshore Business Association. Comments on salmon stocking proposal.
6:11am
ETF. WRS contribution rates to increase in 2017.

2:27pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Flu Mist not recommended, state says get a flu shot instead.
5:02am
La Crosse Tribune. DNR releases frac sand analysis to immediate criticism from environmental group.
4:33am
NBC 26. Green Bay Correctional inmate dies days after lockdown.
4:30am
Kenosha News. Editorial: A new board for state elections.
4:18am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker Cabinet to visit region.

Statewide

1:37pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Health impact assessment is still not the final word on frac sand mining.
1:28pm
Wisconsin Watch. Early environment can change your brain.
1:14pm
WMC. What is the coolest thing made in Wisconsin?
8:38am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Lewis O. Floyd, Jr.

4:35am
WBAY. Report: VA health care still has 'profound deficiencies.'

Courts

3:52pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. WI Supreme Court rules on wrong way drunken driver case.
2:17pm
ACLU-WI. Legal advocates criticize anti-immigrant Wisconsin Supreme Court decision.
8:41am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Sonja Blake v. Debra Jossart.
8:40am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Leopoldo R. Salas Gayton.
8:40am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Dennis D. Dufour v. Progressive Classic Ins. Co.
8:39am
District III Court of Appeals. Estate of Stanley G. Miller v. Diane Storey.
8:38am
District III Court of Appeals. Nancy A. Johnson v. Kevin W. Johnson.
8:37am
District III Court of Appeals. Unity Bayer v. Brian D. Dobbins, M.D.

2:25pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Court: Immigrant's status not key factor in sentencing.
5:04am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County ordered to pay towns associations legal bill over opt out lawsuit.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Judge's lenient sentence of convicted rapist raises questions about accountability.

Education

1:49pm
Marquette University. Names next dean of nursing.
1:05pm
UW-Madison. Lessons of lager: Yeast origin becomes a complex tale.
12:14pm
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "on the issues" to present new Marquette Law School poll.
11:55am
UW-Madison. A taste of vision: Device translates from camera to brain, via the tongue.

1:27pm
Medical College of Wisconsin. MCW, Wisconsin expect the best, prepare for the worst.
5:03am
Chippewa Herald. Advocate: Students kept in the dark as study abroad programs face little regulation.
5:00am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Medical College of Wisconsin launches Wausau campus.

Local

4:43pm
Milwaukee Alderwoman Coggs. HaRUNbee 5K Walk/Run approved as part of Bronzeville Week 2016.
4:42pm
Milwaukee Alderman Rainey. Council takes key step to address problem of food deserts.
1:57pm
International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139. Fundraising supports therapy for injured Wisconsin Veterans.
1:05pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Applauds expansion of Family Care & IRIS to Rock County.
12:13pm
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership. Changes are hatching in the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership.
10:38am
City of Madison. Madison Parks announces 5 villages at the 8th annual Ride the Drive.

2:35pm
Fox 6. Milwaukee County Executive Abele exploring wheel tax to pay for buses, transportation projects.
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Judge Doyle Square project receives City Council approval.

Congress

3:36pm
U.S. Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson comments on Kate's Law, Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act.
3:05pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Introduces bill to invest in apprenticeships and rebuild workforce skills.
3:04pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Bipartisan legislation to make health care more affordable for Wisconsin families passes House.
11:25am
U.S. Sens. Johnson, Mooney and Alexander. Praise administration plan to remove pain management measures from Medicare payment calculations.
8:42am
U.S. Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson seeks information from FBI on Clinton email probe.
8:18am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins effort to attach airport security measure to FAA reauthorization.

2:33pm
Fox 11. Sen. Johnson sends letter to FBI director regarding Clinton investigation.
4:17am
Politico. Rebuffed by Ryan, Dems plot next move on guns.
4:16am
CNN. Ryan facing GOP resistance on gun tactics.
4:16am
Yahoo Finance. Paul Ryan suggests he will call FBI director James Comey to testify before Congress.

Politics

3:51pm
Endorsements. Pro-Life Victory Fund PAC. Endorsed 29 candidates.
2:37pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Talks economic growth and the need to defeat ISIS at Rotary Club of Milwaukee.
12:16pm
Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans & Wisconsin Coalition for Retirement Security. WI retirees call on US Senate candidates to sign pledge to protect Social Security.
12:14pm
Tusler for 3rd Assembly. Al Ott endorses.
11:23am
Elliott for 18th Senate. Fox Valley Conservative Grassroots leader Camille Solberg endorses.
11:14am
DPW. Senator Johnson to meet with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump Thursday.
8:27am
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Announces second round of primary endorsements.
6:14am
Kremer for 59th Assembly. Purchase a brat from Rep. Jesse Kremer for a chance to win a flight with Flight Instructor Kremer.

2:23pm
Politico. Walker backs 'he' over 'she' for president.
2:22pm
Cap Times. Conservative PAC's Spanish-language ads suggest Russ Feingold wants Hispanic babies aborted.
2:21pm
WQOW. U.S. Senate hopeful Feingold raises $4.1M in 2nd quarter.
5:05am
Daily Reporter. Town and county offer differing realities.
5:05am
Racine Journal Times. Democrats seeking Ryan seat to appear in Racine.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Former state Sen. Tim Cullen considering run for governor.
5:00am
Duluth News Tribune. Analysis: Email issue to linger with Clinton until Election Day.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats, Republicans take different tacks on campaign.
4:34am
Fox 11. Democratic committee plans $754K in TV ads for 8th District race.
4:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson: Campaigns not addressing 'enormity' of problems.
4:31am
WBAY. Wisconsin politicians weigh in on Clinton email decision.

Local Politics

3:11pm
Ozanne for Dane County District Attorney. Milwaukee County District Attorney Chisholm endorses.
2:36pm
Kammer for Columbia County District Attorney. To announce candidacy.

Tuesday July 5, 2016

Governor

4:59pm
Gov. Walker. Announces launch of Wisconsin's Broadband Forward! community certification program.
12:57pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights employment opportunities for Wisconsinites with disabilities at Benvenuto's Italian Grill.
5:14am
Gov. Walker. Releases Fourth of July statement.

3:59am
WJFW. Walker's transportation funding plan could benefit Northwoods.

Legislative

3:15pm
Milwaukee County Sups. Nicholson, Taylor and Dimitrijevic. Republican leader Scott Fitzgerald makes threats to further cut funding for Milwaukee Public Schools.
10:36am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces office hours at Jefferson County Fair.

4:31am
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW System putting off repairs, renovation.
4:24am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Democratic lawmaker blast governor on transportation funding stance.
4:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: MPS budget cut would hurt kids.
4:04am
Racine Journal Times. I-94 construction in jeopardy.
3:55am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Make it a felony to tamper with GPS.

State Agencies

4:09pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $5.2 million for community projects.
2:12pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
1:34pm
DATCP. Keep kids safe newsletter July 2016.
1:09pm
DOJ. Federal court rules with Wisconsin in Central United v. Burwell.
1:08pm
OCI. Administrative actions June 2016.
9:45am
Wisconsin Lottery. Lucky winner holds $95,000 Badger 5 ticket.
9:00am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. WEDC safeguards against outsourcing completely nonexistent.

4:31am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. No discipline for supervisor in prison abuse.
3:56am
WXOW. Wisconsin State Patrol graduates 61st class.

Economy/Business

5:02am
WKRG. Austal reports $115M loss, no impact on production.
4:52am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Teamsters pensioners still looking at pennies on the dollar in retirement.
4:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. Credit union mergers multiply, in Wisconsin and nationwide.
3:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Summer weather could bring higher milk prices to Wisconsin.

Environment/Outdoors

4:30am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Water study shows people need more info.
4:28am
Sheboygan Press. DNR, charter fisherman at odds over dead fish.
4:09am
Appleton Post Crescent. Invasive, toxic, giant hogweed arrives in state.

Statewide

1:39pm
Midwest Food Processors Association. Award $9,000 in scholarships.
11:23am
DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C. Elects Peter M. Garson to serve on its executive committee.
11:22am
American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin.. Engineering Association announces newly elected Board of Directors.
8:42am
Arts Wisconsin. Welcomes Debra Lewis, Lu Lippold, and Melanie Tallmadge Sainz as board members.
5:08am
DPW. Statement on Fourth of July.

4:24am
Chippewa Herald. Are we overusing the tribute of flying flag at half-staff?

Education

5:01pm
UW-Stout. A growing idea.
3:33pm
School Choice Wisconsin, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Sup. Tony Evers contradicts himself in swipe at school choice.
11:58am
UW-Madison. Connects caregivers with research, tools to help older adults.
11:43am
UW-Platteville. Students help facilitate first-ever Family Day at Wisconsin correctional institution.
10:09am
UW-Madison. New startups 'graduate' from UW business accelerator.

Local

4:04pm
Operation Badger Base. Festival with a twist honoring veterans and the sacrifice of military families.
3:13pm
City of Madison. 3rd annual Concert in the Breese.
11:56am
Wisconsin Justice Inititative. Does experience matter for DA?
9:01am
NEWaukee. 6th annual Urban Island Beach Party: a fundraiser for the Friends of Lakeshore State Park.
8:44am
Survival Coalition. Applauds Family Care and IRIS long-term care expansion to Rock County residents.
5:12am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Responds to Sentinel Journal writer James Causey's hit piece.
5:10am
Eau Claire City Councilmember Werthmann. Supports proposed regulations of payday loan industry.

5:02am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Could Fourth and Wisconsin development conflict with arena district?
4:32am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Shirley Wind Farm opponents see ray of hope.
4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. New proposed ordinance would ban obstructive use of sidewalks from 7 a.m to 10 a.m.
4:05am
Chicago Sun-Times. Editorial: Keep a watchful eye on who gets our Great Lakes water.
4:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Madison mayor looks to take on hospitals health care pricing.

Congress

4:15pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins Senators in urging Senate leadership to support funding for gun violence prevention research, remove anti-gun safety riders from appropriations legislation.
2:13pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. On anniversary of Violence Against Women Act reforms, Senators call on administration to hold colleges & universities accountable for underreporting sexual violence on campus.
12:42pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hour.

3:39pm
Janesville Gazette. Ryan suggests House won't vote on Dems' gun-curb proposals.
3:05pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson floats Senate review of FBI's Clinton email probe.
4:03am
USA Today. House returns to resume a bitter fight over gun control.
3:57am
Cap Times. Mark Pocan slams Paul Ryan as 'completely unproductive' in TV interview.

Politics

10:38am
DPW. Will he stay or will he go?
10:37am
Anderson for 47th Assembly. WEAC, WLCV and AFSCME Council 32 sit with Jimmy Anderson for Assembly.
8:46am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. Announces endorsement of AFSCME.
8:45am
Crowley for 17th Assembly. Wisconsin AFL-CIO endorses.
5:13am
WEAC. Recommends Rep. Sondy Pope in State Assembly District 80.
5:11am
Ryan for Congress. The Pledge.
5:07am
Rygiewicz for 76th Assembly. Will throw out the first pitch at Madison Mallards game July 7.

3:34pm
Cap Times. Conservative group urges Scott Walker to accept a presidential 'draft.'
1:44pm
Politico. Ryan: FBI announcement on Clinton 'defies explanation.'
1:36pm
Cap Times. Russ Feingold goes after Ron Johnson's $10 million payout in new ad.
1:32pm
Washington Post. In Wisconsin's ad war, good luck identifying the incumbent senator.
11:53am
WKOW. Gov. Scott Walker will speak at Republican National Convention.
11:10am
Reuters. FBI ending Clinton email probe, will not recommend prosecution: director.
4:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lena Taylor, Mandela Barnes face off in closely watched race.
4:26am
Wausau Daily Herald. Priebus: Republicans need to unite 'more than ever.'
4:08am
La Crosse Tribune. In Wisconsin, huge hurdles await Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton.
4:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Voters get little choice this election.
4:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump's problems linger with GOP base in Wisconsin.
4:03am
WBAY. Wisconsin Senate candidates court voters on Fourth of July.
3:54am
Seattle Times. Top Wisconsin GOPers split with Ryan, Walker in internal fight over convention.
3:54am
Cap Times. 7 Democrats who might challenge Scott Walker in 2018.

Friday July 1, 2016

Governor

10:25am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Jodi Meier to Kenosha County Circuit Court.
10:15am
Gov. Walker. Appoints David Weber to Door County Circuit Court.
10:10am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Gregory Strasser to Marathon County Circuit Court.

4:16am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker doesn't want authority to operate turnaround plan for failing schools out of his office.

Legislative

2:03pm
Wisconsin Assembly Democrats. Another round of GOP threats against Milwaukee.
12:27pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Business lobby can't connect the dots between jobs and millionaires' tax breaks.
9:37am
Reps. Zamarripa, Spreitzer. Support equality agenda.

4:14am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Location named for Great Lakes Wolf Summit.
4:10am
Wisconsin Watchdog. Kooyenga: Breakup of Milwaukee Public Schools on the table.

State Agencies

2:06pm
DHS. Family Care and IRIS programs expand to Rock County.
1:10pm
DATCP Sec. Brancel. Column: Every month should be dairy month in Wisconsin.
9:39am
DOC. Partners with Madison College on industrial maintenance training partnership.
8:59am
AG Schimel. Celebrates five years of CCW Program success, announces new online application and renewal process.

11:11am
NBC 15. DOJ launches website for concealed carry applications.
10:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Death of GAB is a sad day for democracy.
4:18am
WBAY. Partisan commission takes over for Wisconsin GAB; Will provide election oversight.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State's new Elections Commission OKs spending $250K on voter ID education campaign.

Economy/Business

1:24pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Husco may have to pay back tax credits.
4:34am
WQOW. Xcel ordered to refund $9.5 million to Wisconsin customers.
4:19am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin part of region's economic slowdown in May.
4:15am
Shipping Times. Mystery as Australian shipbuilder suspends trading.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Frac sand industry group loses half its members in one year.

Environment/Outdoors

4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Why Kewaunee County is a flashpoint for CAFOs and water quality.
4:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Declining lake sturgeon population sparks multinational effort.

Statewide

11:13am
USA Today. Traffic deaths jump 8% in 2015 to most since 2008.

Courts

2:05pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. New court eFiling rule takes effect statewide today.
8:59am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Godfrey Y. Muwonge.
8:58am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Mastella L. Jackson.

4:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge hints he may rule against Wisconsin election laws. Cap Times.
4:06am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Keeping gun away from domestic abusers.

Education

4:14pm
MPS. Make the right call with MPS, NFL officiating academy.
1:30pm
Marquette University. Psychology professor honored with university's highest teaching honor.
11:58am
MPS. HAPA charter school expanding, Community Schools expanding, career skills program coming.
11:07am
UW-Madison. Spinoff taking a big bite out of swallowing problems.
10:12am
DPI. July 1 general aid estimate released. Summary.
8:56am
UW-Madison. Benign bacteria block mosquitoes from transmitting Zika, chikungunya viruses.
4:35am
MPS. Record 100 schools awarded for reinforcing positive behavior.

2:29pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Estimate: 61% of Wisconsin's school districts will get more state aid next year.
2:27pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. DPI: Most Wisconsin school districts to see aid increase.

Local

3:49pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Chief of Staff Curley statement regarding Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke's comments on recent events at Sherman Park.
3:03pm
Wisconsin Long-Term Care Coalition. Long term care stakeholders celebrate Family Care and IRIS expansion to Rock County.
3:02pm
Racine Police Department. Online parking ticket payment available July 1, 2016.
1:14pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Washington County victim of wire transfer fraud.
12:29pm
Waukesha County Clerk of Circuit Court Madden. New court rules effective July 1, 2016.
11:58am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County chosen for White House Data Driven Justice Initiative.
8:55am
Public Policy Forum. Report suggests steps to enhance emergency communications and dispatch in Milwaukee County.

Congress

11:02am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. What happens when 'primarily social' meet ulterior motive?
10:40am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces the Made in America Water Infrastructure Act.
9:39am
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Nolan, Wilson. Introduce relief for Underwater Student Borrowers Act.

4:09am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Don't sell guns to terror suspects.

Politics

11:01am
DPW. Sen. Ron Johnson's beltway blunder: The "Let's Discriminate Against Students With Disabilities" Edition.

1:15pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mike Grebe gives up GOP delegate slot because of opposition to Trump.
10:39am
WISN. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, Grebe dropped as Republican delegates.
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Trump will fix the economy - and win a second term, professor says.
4:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Poll: Russ Feingold and Ron Johnson in tight race.

Local Politics

10:19am
Binger for Racine County DA. Announces second community listening session in Burlington on July 13, 2016.

 

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