Friday August 26, 2016 - Updated 4:53pm

Governor

3:59pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Wisconsin banks applaud Gov. Walker's $4.5 million allocation to Milwaukee.
3:51pm
Gov. Walker. Announces expanded access to Naloxone.
3:11pm
Rep. Goyke. State investment in Sherman Park and Milwaukee a first step in right direction - calls for sustained commitment.
12:40pm
Gov. Walker. Revised: Announces $4.5 million plan to build workforce and rebuild neighborhoods in Milwaukee.
12:36pm
Citizen Action of WI. Walker economic plan for Milwaukee offers nothing up to scale of the problem.

4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker to send $4.5 million more to Milwaukee.
4:31am
Cap Times. Scott Walker says performance-based funding is working at tech schools, but is it too soon to tell?

Budget

5:40am
WIZM. Tollways could be way to fund road projects in Wisconsin.
5:39am
Chippewa Herald. Terry Moulton: State Transportation Fund seeing lower revenues from taxes, fees.

Legislative

1:53pm
Reps. Bowen, Goyke. Call on the United States Department of Justice to take over the investigation into the shooting of Sylville Smith. Letter.
1:03pm
Rep. Subeck. On Women's Equality Day, Representative Lisa Subeck calls for end to Republican attacks.
12:38pm
Sen. Bewley. Republican's plan: Tax breaks for millionaires and tax increases for local property owners.
11:36am
Rep. Sargent. Celebrates Women's Equality Day.
9:23am
Sen. Carpenter. Ethics Commisioners should be banned from making campaign contributions.

State Agencies

2:44pm
Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin. Governor Walker, DHS, and PSW debut statewide standing order for Naloxone.
2:35pm
Wisconsin Medical Society. Standing order for Naloxone has potential to save countless lives.
12:36pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings update.
9:23am
DATCP. Safe school lunches are cool, literally.
4:49am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

3:26pm
WKOW. Gov. Walker allows pharmacists to dispense heroin ovedose drug without a prescription.

Economy/Business

4:24am
Fox 11. Manitowoc Company begins issuing formal layoff notices.

Statewide

8:18am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Celebrates Women's Equality Day.

5:16am
Bloomberg. When unemployment falls, thousands of Americans die.
4:21am
Duluth News Tribune. After criticism over prices, Mylan offers discounts on EpiPen.

Courts

4:41pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker/One Wisconsin Institute v. Mark Thomsen - order on petitions for initial hearing en banc.

Education

2:45pm
UW-River Falls. Corpse flower to bloom for the third time.
2:16pm
Freedom From Religion Foundation. Gets Wisconsin religious entity to pay full school fees.
2:08pm
UW-Madison. JVN Day celebrates life of John 'Vietnam' Nguyen.
12:35pm
Marquette University. Marquette and Archdiocese to honor Mother Teresa with Mass; MU hosting archives exhibit for canonization into sainthood.
11:03am
UW-Madison. A visual nudge can disrupt recall of what things look like.
8:21am
UW-River Falls. Brazilian Carnival at UW-River Falls to kick off the Year of Brazil.

1:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW-Whitewater dorm back on track.
5:14am
New York Times. How cuts to public universities have driven students out of state.
4:34am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Wisconsin community colleges rank 8th in nation.
4:32am
WKOW. UW System considering per-credit tuition program.
4:28am
Wisconsin Watchdog. Evers accuses school districts of poaching teachers.
4:26am
WISN. UWM 'Just Words' campaign sparks criticism of censorship.
4:25am
WKOW. UW researcher finds male teachers earn more than their female colleagues since Act 10.
4:22am
La Crosse Tribune. Rural districts adapt to increased competition for teachers.

Local

4:53pm
City of Sun Prairie. Local officials help celebrate groundbreaking for new facility for Riddell Sports and Kollege Town Sports.
4:48pm
Riddell. Celebrates groundbreaking on Kollege Town Sports facility in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.
3:10pm
Preserve Our Parks. Expresses concern regarding recently released park survey.
3:08pm
MCTS. Last buses pull out of Downtown Transit Center this weekend.
2:50pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County to move forward on $2.3 million investment at Mary Ryan Boys & Girls Club in Sherman Park.
12:56pm
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. City cop proposal price tag: $31.7 million per year.
4:49am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. We WANT you to Pika-choose Milwaukee County Parks.

4:29am
MLive. Great Lakes mayors plan legal challenge to Waukesha water approval.
4:27am
WAOW. Wausau wheel tax proposal finalized.
4:27am
WTMJ. West Allis struggles to fill police officer vacancies.

Congress

12:34pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces winners of the 2016 National Park Service Centennial photo contest.
8:24am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Applauds USDA decision to purchase $20 million in cheese for federal nutrition programs.

5:20am
Reuters. Obama's TPP deal won't get Senate vote this year: McConnell.

Politics

2:20pm
Wright for 51st Assembly. Statement on Women's Equality Day.
12:37pm
Assembly Democrats. Women's Equality Day? Not in Rep. Bernier's Wisconsin.
11:37am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Ron Johnson's daughter rebuts Senator Feingold's lies on Women's Equality Day.
11:35am
White for 68th Assembly. Statement on Women's Equality Day.
10:47am
One Wisconsin Now. What is it with Republicans support of for-profit college scams?
8:22am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Feingold and Baldwin endorse.
8:20am
Odeen for 10th Senate. Statement on Women's Equality Day.
4:53am
Ferriter for 42nd Assembly. Earns endorsement by environmental groups.
4:52am
Brooks for 50th Assembly. Receives Wisconsin Farm Bureau endorsement.
4:50am
Lloyd for 6th Congress. Endorsed by Our Revolution.

5:41am
Politico. Obamacare sticker shock hits key Senate races.
4:47am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Baker challenges Rohrkaste for Assembly.
4:37am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Milwaukee plans to begin early voting Oct. 10.
4:35am
Beloit Daily News. Feingold comes through Beloit.
4:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Clinton campaign talks about boosting small businesses in Wisconsin.
4:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump campaign jabs Feingold on Clinton Foundation.
4:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold, Johnson spar on paycheck fairness.
4:23am
Cap Times. Lena Taylor defends Clinton video linking Trump to Ku Klux Klan.

Thursday August 25, 2016

Governor

4:45pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates state fish, casts a line at 40th annual World Musky Hunt.
10:31am
Gov. Walker. And Direct Supply officials announce company's commitment to expand its global headquarters in Milwaukee.
10:25am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address: Wisconsin is working.

1:38pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker, Barrett visiting Milwaukee's north side to discuss economic development after fatal shooting.
1:26pm
Fox 6. Tax credit awarded for Direct Supply expansion in Milwaukee.
10:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Scott Walker aware of slowdown in DNR reorganization plan.
4:31am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker: Wheel tax a local decision.

Budget

4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmaker looks to public to solve transportation budget gridlock.

Legislative

4:14pm
Rep. Pope. Sen. Vukmir's homework fails to meet expectations.
3:18pm
Sen. Taylor. Direct Supply to create 800 jobs in Milwaukee.
1:42pm
Rep. Kessler. Independence needed in officer-involved shootings.
10:32am
Sen. Risser. Statement on federal court action on early voting.
10:30am
Sen. Bewley. Weekely Democratic Radio Address: "Explore our National Parks"
10:29am
Rep. Spreitzer. Column: DVDs cannot replace teachers.
4:57am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Finding help for flooded families and farms.
4:56am
Sen. Olsen. Letter to Joint Audit co-chairs requesting audit of the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King.

5:37am
Fox 6. "Status quo cannot continue:" Lawmaker suggests more officers from low-income neighborhoods.

State Agencies

11:51am
DATCP. National Dog Day: 5 things you should know before buying your next best friend.

1:28pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Wisconsin's ethics panel flunks test.
1:26pm
WISC. Mailing may target 1 million unregistered Wisconsin voters.
4:52am
WEAU. A.G. Schimel reports drug abuse #1 issue impacting WI counties.

Economy/Business

12:59pm
Rep. Barca. Renews call for summit on jobs; we need to reverse our dead last ranking in start-ups.
12:59pm
Rep. Wachs. Walker's Wisconsin once again at the bottom of another important list.

9:12am
Cap Times. Wisconsin once again gets low grade for startup activity.
9:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin innovation: last again.

Environment/Outdoors

6:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wolf attacks on cattle and hunting dogs rise.

Statewide

3:12pm
Wells Fargo & NGLCC. Award $7,500 to Wisconsin LGBT Chmaber of Commerce.
3:10pm
NGLCC. Honors Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce with National Chamber Excellence in Communication award.
11:26am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance, League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Wisconsin's cities and villages weathered recession, but challenges remain.

1:35pm
La Crosse Tribune. With less state aid, municipalities scaling back road repairs, but not police and fire services.
4:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MHS Health to drop ACA plans in state.
4:27am
WTMJ. Wisconsin Green Beret killed in Afghanistan.
4:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. USDA buys 11 million pounds of cheese to reduce market surplus.

Education

3:11pm
Recognized by United Nations.
11:30am
UW-Madison. Farm-to-home delivery service wins innovation award.
11:29am
UW-River Falls. New student enrollment at UW-River Falls highest in five years.
11:24am
UW-River Falls. Just Local event at UW-River Falls highlights volunteer opportunites, local businesses, food samples, and more.
11:22am
UW-River Falls. 'Unbroken Traditions & Intuitive Teachings: The Life-Long Mentorship of Randy Johnston' art exhibition set at UW-River Falls.
10:45am
UW-River Falls. 52nd Annual Falcon Frontier Days Rodeo set for Sept. 9-10.
10:29am
UW-Madison. Symmetry crucial for building key biomaterial collagen in the lab.

4:41am
Beloit Daily News.  Board approves moving expenses: Officials say incentive not race-based.
4:36am
Oshkosh Northwestern. ACT scores suggest lack of college readiness.

Local

3:19pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Announces voter registration sites.
11:25am
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Village of Menomonee Falls will transition 911 dispatch to Waukesha County Communications.
10:28am
MCTS. Vamanos! (Let's go!) Ride to Mexican Fiesta with MCTS.
10:27am
WAWM Chamber of Commerce. Forks and Corks: Food and Wine Tasting Event.

4:53am
WQOW. Law enforcement see meth arrests surpass OWI charges for jail time in Eau Claire.
4:51am
WBAY. Kewaunee County leaders call for tax hike without nuclear plant.
4:51am
WISC. Madison Fire Department over budget for cost hikes in Epinephrine, Naloxone.
4:39am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Expansion means more fuel flowing from Waupun.
4:28am
WISN. Parks director: 'Pokemon Go' needs a permit for park play.

Congress

4:13pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Celebrates National Park Service Centennial at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.

4:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson sees progress at Milwaukee VA. Wisconsin Watchdog.
4:25am
Northlands News Center. Wisconsin officials meet with Senator Baldwin about damage.

Politics

4:43pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. State pro-family PAC releases another round of endorsements.
4:12pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Latest $22 million in WEDC funds goes to big Walker donor.
3:16pm
Sierra Club. Announces endorsed candidates.
3:15pm
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Veterans nursing home budget raids: More of Senator Tiffany's mismanagement.
1:30pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: National Review: "The Joseph Project: In Wisconsin, a Path Out of Poverty.
10:45am
RPW. Milwaukee area manufacturer supports Ron Johnson.
10:24am
Assembly Democrats. Todd Novak: Follower of Donald J. Trump?
9:38am
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Completes listening session in Rhinelander.
4:54am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Senator Feingold compared his taxpayer-funded career to Wisconsinites who actually create jobs.

1:36pm
Chippewa Herald. Trump, Clinton and 5 others may be on Wisconsin ballot.
4:37am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Poll: Gallagher has early lead over Nelson.
4:33am
Politico. Clinton, Ryan team up on anti-poverty plan.
4:32am
Janesville Gazette. Feingold says Clinton should consider ending Clinton Foundation if she is elected.
4:31am
WUWM. Johnson, Feingold propose solutions to violence near Sherman Park.
4:27am
Business Insider. Here's how early voting could impact the 2016 election - and even determine who wins.

Wednesday August 24, 2016

Governor

2:07pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights State efforts to improve highway safety.
9:45am
Gov. Walker. Speaks at Blinded Veterans Association 71st National Convention.

7:45am
NBC 26. Gov. Walker responds to abortion clinic closure.
4:07am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Walker pledges new funding for K-12.
4:04am
WJFW. Gov. Scott Walker says he has the key ways to reduce student debt.

Budget

4:09am
WSAW. Cross, Patterson talk UW System budget request.

Legislative

4:28pm
Sen. Vukmir. Democrats mislead Wisconsinites on education funding. LFB Memo.
2:40pm
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on August 29.
2:33pm
Rep. Novak. Shullsburg receives resources for community investment.
2:06pm
Rep. Rodriguez. Provides backpacks to local school children in South Milwaukee.
12:24pm
Wisconsin State Senate Democratic Committee. GOP legislators back veteran home budget raid.
11:23am
Rep. Shankland. Democrats continue to lead on higher education affordability. LFB Memo.
10:25am
Sen. Ringhand. Walker administration planning to raid $18.6 million from veteran nursing homes. LFB Memo.
4:50am
Rep. Billings. Democrats unveil recommendations from the Assembly Task Force on Urban Education.

4:13am
WXOW. Assembly Democrats on the state of public education in Wisconsin.
4:11am
Cap Times. Chris Taylor looking to reduce conflicts of interest in officer-involved shooting investigations. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
3:58am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Concerns raised about limits of law requiring amber lights on school buses.

State Agencies

4:02pm
WDVA. Veterans Trust Fund provides critical programs, services to veterans. 
3:13pm
WEDC. Shullsburg selected as Wisconsin's newest Main Street Community.
11:38am
Wisconsin Lottery. Black River Falls woman claims $50,000 Powerball ticket.
11:37am
Wisconsin Lottery. Lucky winner holds $65,000 Badger 5 ticket.
11:17am
DATCP. Directors elected to Wisconsin Cranberry Board.
10:29am
DATCP. Three directors re-elected to Soybean Board.
10:10am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Statement on "Ethics Commission" decision to allow Ethics commissioners to make political contributions.

3:07pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin good government group slams vote to allow ethics commission to make political donations.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ethics Commission allows members to make political donations.
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Citizen Action of Wisconsin claims WEDC misrepresented jobs created in Sherman Park.
4:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR pushes back reorganization.

Economy/Business

3:09pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.

1:32pm
NBC 15. Unemployment drops in most Wisconsin cities, counties.
4:05am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Federal grant to fund economic diversity.

Statewide

9:27am
Wisconsin Association for Justice. The right to a clean hospital room.

1:55pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Health insurers propose steep increases on exchange next year.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rural Wisconsin lacking lawyers, especially up north.
4:03am
NBC 26. USDA to spend $20M buying surplus cheese.

Courts

1:17pm
Sen. Carpenter. Republicans finally facing consequences of election law overreach.

4:13am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin AG drops early voting fight.
4:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Company suing to overturn Unfair Sales Act has history of violations.
4:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin law raises gas prices, lawsuit claims.
4:00am
Wisconsin State Journal. Billboard company sues Dane County Board, claims illegal discussion by members.

Education

4:08pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Herb Kohl, Foundation teacher nomination forms available now. 
4:05pm
Badger Advocates. Matt Kussow named Executive Director of Badger Advocates.
3:12pm
UW-Platteville. Recommits to sustainability, looks to expand.
12:24pm
UW-Madison. Innovative program helps state residents living with diabetes.
11:20am
Freedom from Religion Foundation. Complaint ends unconstitutional Wisconsin preschool tie-up.
11:17am
UW-Madison. Biological supplier prospers with aid of UW manufacturing expertise.
9:26am
DPI. ACT participation jumps to 100% for 2016 graduates.

11:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Public school leader says he worries about teacher shortages and 'have not' school districts.
10:16am
WEAU. Wisconsin superintendent says ACT scores starting point.
4:00am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin ACT scores drop below national average.
3:59am
Chippewa Herald. DPI expanding teacher license options to address staffing shortages.
3:58am
La Crosse Tribune. Administrators, not cops, respond to sexual assault at UW-L.

Local

1:32pm
WisconsinEye. Bringing Milwaukee legislators together for one-of-a-kind round table discussion.
1:05pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi, Sheriff Mahoney, and Bike Federations Exec. Director Cieslewicz. Urge driver's caution around bicyclists.

4:03am
WAOW. Marathon County passes $25 wheel tax.

Congress

2:34pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Celebrates the National Park Service Centennial.

Politics

3:11pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture announce legislative endorsements.
1:34pm
RPW. Feingold must stand up to Hillary Clinton's dishonesty and corruption.
1:21pm
RPW. Wisconsin job creator calls Johnson the right choice for the U.S. Senate.
1:21pm
Assembly Democrats. Scott Krug being sued for failure to provide open records.
11:40am
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Column: Wisconsin should lead on student loan debt relief.
9:25am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What they're saying: Ron Johnson is focused on manufacturing and Wisconsin jobs.
4:53am
Solen for 1st Congress. Asks why Paul Ryan is afraid to debate after 15 days without a response to multiple requests.
4:52am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. What college and university students need to know and do to be able to vote this November.
4:51am
Novak for 51st Assembly. Receives Wisconsin Farm Bureau endorsement.

1:28pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Responding to Republican ban on special deputies, Madison expands voter registration to all city offices.
9:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Women for Trump group announced.
7:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Nasty high court elections should end.
4:02am
Fox 11. $600K ad buy announced in 8th CD race.
4:02am
WKBT. Candidates for 94th Assembly seat talk education funding.

Tuesday August 23, 2016

Governor

11:36am
Rep. Wachs. Governor Walker and GOP legislators fail to address college affordability.
11:00am
Sen. Hansen. Governor continues to ignore 1 million Wisconsin residents with student loans.
10:30am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker does nothing for one million student loan borrowers.
10:20am
Gov. Walker. Highlights efforts to make college more affordable.
10:17am
Rep. Mason. Statement on Gov. Walker's inadequate student debt relief plan.

12:40pm
WBAY. Gov. Walker touts college affordability plans in Appleton.

Budget

9:19am
Daily Reporter. Campaigns for, against gas-tax hike putting pressure on state lawmakers.
4:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin transportation budget continues to divide Walker from his own party.
4:23am
La Crosse Tribune. Ray Cross in La Crosse: Investing in UW System is an investment in the future.
4:22am
WKBT. UW System officials hopeful for budget increase.

Legislative

11:55am
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on Planned Parenthood closure in Appleton.
11:19am
Rep. Hintz. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin closing its Appleton abortion clinic.
10:36am
Rep. Pope. Democrats release Urban Education Task Force minority report. Report.
10:16am
Rep. Taylor. Calls for adoption of conflict of interest clarification to officer-involved death bill.
9:55am
Rep. Taylor. Response to health center closure because of potential violence.
9:37am
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Legislative Council Study on Student Data moving forward.

12:45pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Chris Taylor calls for new guidelines for police use of deadly force.

State Agencies

4:15pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
2:36pm
DPI Superintendent Evers. Announces efforts to address school staffing shortages.
2:35pm
WEDC. State receives $3.1 million federal grant to continue diversification of regional economy in East Central Wisconsin.
10:17am
DATCP. Wisconsin certifies first nursery in pest control pilot program.
8:57am
DOJ. Top Cops throw 99th surprise birthday party.

4:48am
Chippewa Herald. DOC withdraws proposal to destroy training videos after a day.

Statewide

2:38pm
Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association. Wisconsin's Fair Marketing Law is constitutional.
2:04pm
Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin. New report highlights importance of pharmacists in addressing physician shortage. 
12:10pm
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Soil Health Partnership Field Day Aug. 30 in Plymouth.
5:30am
Wisconsin Council on Medical Education & Workforce. New report shows Wisconsin is making progress on physician shortage, but warns of a looming crisis.
5:27am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. The key to solving Wisconsin's physician shortage may be the "86 percent solution." Report.

12:47pm
La Crosse Tribune. Traffic fatalities continued to surge in first half of 2016.
9:55am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Editorial: The real lesson of 'Making a Murderer.'
9:53am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Dad of farm accident victim speaks out.
7:38am
WISC. Report: Wisconsin may have shortage of doctors within 20 years.
4:50am
WQOW. Pharmacists say EpiPen costs are dramatically increasing.

Courts

9:57am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Announces lawsuit challenging constitutionality of Wisconsin's minimum markup law.
6:20am
One Wisconsin Institute. Three-judge panel rejects Gov. Walker and Republicans' latest efforts to keep anti-voter measures in place for November election.

2:55pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. States file another lawsuit over Obama transgender rules.
12:44pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Police sue over new residency rule.
10:46am
Janesville Gazette. Oil company challenges Wisconsin's minimum markup law.
4:49am
Wisconsin Watchdog. WILL sues state over minimum markup law.
4:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Conservative group sues over minimum markup law.
4:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Federal appeals court allows early voting.

Education

3:38pm
UW-Platteville. Women in EMS program receives ABET award.
1:32pm
UW-Madison. Teams up with Madison police to foster officer well-being.
11:18am
UW-Stout. Five Mandela Fellows receive $25,000 grants from USADF.
10:14am
UW-Extension. Announces advisory boards of industry experts.

7:38am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Student Power Alliance picks up where defunded United Council left off.
5:00am
WKBT. Local schools face teacher shortages.

Local

2:35pm
Citizen Aciton of WI. Community speaks out on misrepresentation of jobs impact in Sherman Park.
10:15am
MCTS. Changes coming for several bus routes through downtown.

5:00am
WISN. Mayor Barrett ends temporary 10 p.m. curfew.
4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Community team formed to address diversity issues in Superior, Duluth.
4:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee Council safety plan emphasizes law and order.

Congress

2:39pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours active logging site in Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest to highlight good neighbor authority.
2:07pm
AARP. To give "Champion of the 50+" award to Rep. Gwen Moore for preserving financial security. 

2:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ken Burns criticizes Johnson on education.
4:19am
U.S. News & World Report. GOP senator suggests swapping college instructors for videos.

Politics

3:37pm
Feyen for 18th Senate. Initiative 41 revealed.
2:56pm
RPW. Hillary Clinton's continuing scandals.
1:33pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Ron Johnson: We need good teachers and good technology.
10:59am
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School poll.
10:37am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches digital ad on Senator Feingold's broken promises.
9:52am
RPW. Wisconsin manufacturer believes Johnson is the best choice for U.S. Senate.
8:55am
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Report: Wisconsin ranks 49th in broadband speeds.
5:07am
Solen for 1st Congress. Appleton, WI Planned Parenthood closing due to lack of security budget a tragedy for Wisconsin.

2:53pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin GOP Senate leader calls for special prosecutor.
10:45am
Cap Times. New Russ Feingold ad highlights Ron Johnson's 'free money' student loan comments.
4:49am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. Democrat Jim Zahn announces for 39th Assembly.
4:28am
Fox 11. U.S. Senate candidates Johnson and Feingold talk economy.
4:27am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Johnson stays quiet on TPP trade deal.
4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold talks Milwaukee unrest, equal pay.

Monday August 22, 2016

Governor

3:06pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights $38 million reduction in unemployment insurance tax for Wisconsin companies.
11:21am
Gov. Walker. Highlights $38 million reduction in unemployment insurance tax for Wisconsin companies.

Budget

4:05am
WEAU. Two UW-Eau Claire projects included in budget request.

Legislative

10:24am
Rep. Jarchow. Works at Burnett Dairy Cooperative for August work day. 

1:45pm
Northwoods River News. Oneida County sends clear message to state: 'Keep veterans service office in our county'.

State Agencies

11:09am
DOT. Motor carrier e-credential pilot project extended one year.
10:29am
DCF. Is changing perception of child support system.
10:27am
Wisconsin Lottery. Lucky winner holds $70,000 Badger 5 ticket. 
10:21am
DMA. Northern Lightning excerise kicks off at Volk Field. 

12:58pm
Wisconsin State Journal. State Ethics Commission to weigh banning campaign contributions by commissioners.
4:09am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County Board voices concerns about DNR's failure to protect water.
4:07am
Stevens Point Journal. Youth prison staff were taught abusive tactics.
4:03am
Kenosha News. Editorial: Take another look at prisons.

Economy/Business

12:53pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Pipeline shutdown leads to higher gas prices. 
4:14am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Region's job market tightens.
4:00am
Wisconsin State Journal. Big industries say high electric prices may push them out of Wisconsin.

Statewide

9:20am
WRA. Tight Inventories Reduce July Sales as Prices Continue to Rise.

2:02pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin home sales down 7.6% in July.
8:57am
The Hill. How Obamacare is splitting in two.
8:05am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Indiana TB case prompts cattle restrictions in Wisconsin.
4:07am
Daily Reporter. EPA watchdog says government fails to study ethanol's impact.
4:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Health insurers eye steep increases.
4:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin hospital stays were shorter in 2015.
4:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 'Sextortion' involving children on the rise among online predators.

Courts

4:29pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Schimel echoes "states' rights" in filing on Wisconsin voting case.
3:32pm
Rep. Zamarripa. On federal injunction against protecting transgender students.
12:49pm
DOJ. Federal judge sides with school and states' rights, stopping enforcement of Obama administration's unlawful Title IX policy. 
12:05pm
Wisconsin Family Action. Federal judge blocks Obama's sweeping transgender policy.

4:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals court allows early voting.
9:49am
Reuters. U.S. judge grants nationwide injunction to halt Obama transgender policy.

Education

3:05pm
UW-Platteville. School of Agriculture launches dairy science major.
2:40pm
UW-Madison. Named to inaugural class of Excellence in Assessment designees.
4:53am
MPS. Board update: Dr. Driver's contract extended.

11:13am
Marshfield News-Herald. Complaint against superintendent suppressed.
5:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. For graduate students at UW-Madison, sexual harassment sometimes comes from faculty.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Housing crunch: Officials mulling over possibilities to house students off campus.
3:58am
Chippewa Herald. New student training, more data collection among changes after UW-Madison sexual assault survey.
3:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW-Whitewater dorm limbo could crimp recruitment.

Local

2:00pm
Waukesha Mayor Reilly. Request for reconsideration of water approval is unfounded.
12:52pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 5 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.
12:07pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Celebrates PP facility closure.
11:22am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Schimel should return police union money.
11:20am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Permanently closed: Planned Parenthood of Appleton abortion facility.
11:10am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Announces service change - calls on leaders to prioritize women's health and end dangerous rhetoric and policies.

2:51pm
The Globe and Mail. Canadian, U.S. mayors seek to challenge Great Lakes water diversion.
12:10pm
Cap Times. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin to close its Appleton abortion clinic. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 
10:36am
Fox 11. Planned Parenthood to no longer offer abortions in Appleton.
10:35am
NBC 15. AG says two cameras recorded Milwaukee police shooting, video not released yet.
4:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sex offender ordinance hasn't worked as planned, putting public at greater risk.
3:57am
Wisconsin Radio Network. No federal disaster aid for Buffalo, Trempealeau counties.

Congress

3:33pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Supports Smith subpoenas for information from Hillary Clinton's private email server companies.
1:47pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours. 

3:59am
Vernon Broadcaster. Baldwin discusses heroin, opioid abuse with Vernon County officials.

Federal Agencies

3:48pm
U.S. DVA. Madison VA hospital begins direct scheduling for routine audiology, optometry appointments.

Politics

1:50pm
#AllBlackLivesMatterMadison. Is proud to endorse Phillip Anderson, Libertarian for U.S. Senate- Wisconsin.
12:56pm
RPW. U.S. Senate race a choice between a Wisconsin manufacturer and a Washington, D.C. insider.
12:47pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Prosser the hypocrite on $$$ in court campaigns. 
12:07pm
Wright for 51st Assembly. Commitment to conservtion and Wisconsin's outdoor heritage earns him endorsement by three conservation groups.
5:01am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 13: Paul Ryan of Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District won't even respond to request for a debate.
5:00am
Solen for 1st Congress. Enjoys Kenosha County Fair, supports other Democrats.
4:57am
Solen for 1st Congress. Attends AmVets Riders fundraiser supporting veterans groups.
4:54am
Anderson for 31st Assembly. Sierra Club endorses.

4:20am
WJFW. Local Democrats talk school funding.
4:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prosser decries money in high-court races.
4:10am
Wisconsin Watchdog. Senator's letter to MMAC board points to 'dangers' of donation to union front group.
4:04am
Cap Times. Liberal poll: Social Security, water quality, pay equity top issues for Wisconsin progressives.
4:02am
WISC. Madison announces early voting hours, but some clerks are waiting.
4:01am
New Richmond News. Stafsholt vs. Ard provides local flavor to Assembly contest.

Friday August 19, 2016

Governor

2:17pm
Gov. Walker & First Lady Walker. Celebrate the gift of life.

Budget

5:13am
UW System. Regents approve UW System's 2020FWD strategic framework, 2017-19 biennial operating and capital budgets (news summary).
5:11am
UW Colleges/UW-Extension Chancellor Sandeen. Statement on UW System budget.

5:23am
WKOW. Gov. Walker open to possibility of lifting UW System tuition freeze for 2018-19.
4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker won't commit on length of tuition freeze.
4:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System seeking money to remodel, repair.

Legislative

9:22am
Sen. Cowles. Letter to EPA regarding multi-discharge variance package.

2:29pm
Janesville Gazette. Reporter sues lawmaker over electronic records.
2:09pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Officials nearly done with shoreland zoning revisions.

State Agencies

2:46pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin sees significant increase in total nonfarm jobs in July.
1:12pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings update.
11:58am
DATCP. Cattle imports from Indiana under new restrictions due to tuberculosis find.
10:20am
DATCP. Earliest CREP contracts expiring; Sept. 30 renewal date.
9:30am
OCI. School is in session. Your first homework - check your insurance.
5:14am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:12am
DOJ. DCI announces anonymous tip line for information related to Milwaukee OID.

4:27am
WBAY. DOJ announces tip line for Milwaukee officer-involved shooting.

Economy/Business

4:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers worry about new atrazine rules.

Statewide

1:30pm
Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. There is more to consider than the results of a request for proposals.
12:32pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. 'WizBiz: The Show' covers Tech Metrics, commentary; interview with Dan Sullivan of NeuWave Medical.

1:53pm
Reuters. U.S. Army fudged its accounts by trillions of dollars, auditor finds.
4:35am
Marshfield News-Herald. 2 killed, 75 hurt on Wis. rides since '06.

Courts

4:47pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. One Wisconsin Institute v. Mark L. Thomsen - reply in support of the emergency motion to stay the injunction pending appeal.

Education

3:11pm
UW-Rock County. Spring 2016 graduates announced.
1:55pm
Marquette University. English professor receives Way Klingler Young Scholars Award.
12:31pm
UW-Madison. Map library pinpoints Sawyer County site of 1966 bomber crash.
12:16pm
UW System Board of Regents President Millner & Vice President Behling. Column: UW System is the state's best return on investment.
11:56am
UW-River Falls. Undergrads exhibit greenwall research at Minnesota State Fair.
9:31am
Marquette University. Welcomes class of 2020.

4:53am
WKOW. Reasons for mass resignations: 28 Dodgeville teachers leave over money and student behavioral issues.
4:28am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. UW-Stout will start engineering school.
4:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study: LGBT students twice as likely to experience bullying, dating violence.

Local

4:36pm
Rep. Bowen. Calls on Sheriff Clarke to reopen Sherman Park.
4:21pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
2:45pm
Rep. Brandtjen. A bright spot for Milwaukee's future.
1:10pm
Milwaukee Cty Exec. Abele. Announces hiring of Department on Aging Director.

4:54am
WAOW. Wausau mayor wants to partner with county on $20 wheel tax.
4:52am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Great Lakes drinking water.
4:37am
WAOW. Marathon Co. Board will not reconsider administrator's suspension. Wausau Daily Herald.

Congress

1:39pm
Cap Times. Baldwin on Wisconsin startup culture: 'We don't like coming in dead last.'
4:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson reflects on Milwaukee unrest.

Politics

4:37pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What they're saying: Ron Johnson is working for Wisconsin jobs and communities, not Washington.
3:45pm
Nelson for 8th Congress. Tom Nelson and Wisconsin workers: "Trade deals are NOT a 'distraction.'"
3:43pm
Riley for 87th Assembly. Picks up key endorsement for Assembly race.
1:55pm
One Wisconsin Now. Ron Johnson says we should replace college with video tapes.
1:13pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Ask candidates: How will you shore up State's finances?
11:59am
Stroebel for 20th Senate. Letter to MMAC leadership.
10:00am
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Endorses Rep. Sean Duffy.
9:29am
RPW. Calls on Senator Feingold to stop defending the president's dangerous agenda.
8:44am
Smith for 14th Senate. Tours correctional facility, calls for corrections reform.
5:15am
Solen for 1st Congress. Reflects on Army and veteran experiences.

2:30pm
Washington Post. Scott Walker to headline Maryland GOP fundraiser.
1:47pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans benefiting more than Democrats from doubled campaign finance limits.
4:45am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Gallagher, Nelson battle over trade.
4:36am
Chippewa Herald. Meet Phillip Anderson, the Libertarian who could play spoiler in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race.
4:34am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Governor Walker dismisses claim that Wisconsin elections have been rigged.
4:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Early voting to start in September.
4:33am
Cap Times. As Madison expands early voting, Scott Walker says keeping voter ID in place is priority.
4:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: "Sideshows" make it tougher for Donald Trump to win.

Thursday August 18, 2016

Governor

3:46pm
Gov. Walker. Congratulates latest class of Project SEARCH graduates at University Hospital.
11:57am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.

Legislative

1:43pm
Senate Democrats. Weekly Democratic radio address.
1:32pm
The Council of State Governments Midwest. Representative Lisa Subeck completes regional leadership institute.
1:06pm
Rep. Subeck. Praises Dane County Board proposal to increase living wage.
10:03am
Rep. Brooks. Joins Wisconsin Food, Land, and Water project steering committee.
4:40am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Where did all that money go? Business tax credit costs pile up.

3:20pm
Wisconsin State Journal. UW Regents approve request for $42.5 million in new state funding.
1:27pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Hintz: lack of capital budget pushes up UW infrastructure costs.
1:26pm
WISC. UW System president says Walker wants 1-year tuition freeze.
11:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Delayed UW building projects could cost state an extra $30 million.
9:05am
The Hill. States fear new era of deficits.
7:21am
Racine Journal Times. Costs rise for UW-Parkside renovation project.
4:36am
Racine Journal Times. Vos pushes Olympic 'victory tax' repeal.

State Agencies

2:04pm
DPI. State eyes model academic standards in computer science.
12:35pm
DNR. Land sales provide opportunity to purchase state-owned properties throughout Wisconsin.
11:39am
DOA. Announces $8.2 million awarded for community improvements.

2:11pm
La Crosse Tribune. DOJ tells insurance board not to cover gender reassignment surgery.
12:33pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State workers' health insurance premiums to increase 1.6% next year.

Economy/Business

12:48pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin unemployment rate remains at 15-year low in July; State adds 45,700 private-sector jobs during year.

4:12pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. State added 5,000 private sector jobs in July.
3:49pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Harley-Davidson agrees to $15 million settlement with EPA.
4:53am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Shareholders oppose Johnson Controls' golden parachutes.

Statewide

10:41am
Wisconsin Technology Council & Wisconsin Innovation Network. What's the economic value of higher education? Learn more at Sept. 8 WIN-Milwaukee meeting.
7:19am
Wisconsin Women's Network. Helen Marks Dicks to be honored as a champion for women and girls.

12:31pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Chronic Lyme disease a 'major healthcare crisis,' doctor says.

Education

3:08pm
UW System. Board of Regents approves UW System's 2020FWD strategic framework focused on affordability, excellence, and developing tomorrow's workforce.
2:04pm
UW-Stout. School of Engineering unanimously approved by Board of Regents.
1:33pm
UW-Madison. Fruit flies help explain differences between males and females.
12:19pm
UW-Stout. Compost from students' homes picked up for campus garden.
10:59am
UW-Madison. UW experts contribute to NAS report on U.S. science literacy.
4:37am
UW-Platteville. Students create garden to inspire others, protect environment.

4:29am
Lake County Now. More than a third of Wisconsin's K-12 students likely being under-challenged.

Local

8:50am
Polco. Civic engagement platform launches in Dane County.
8:44am
Public Policy Forum. Quality of child care improving in Milwaukee County.

2:15pm
Cap Times. Dane County to consider $15 minimum wage for county workers.
4:37am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Manitowoc County: Not the time for wind talk.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. EPA says safe supply 'imminent' for those with tainted drinking water.
4:34am
WISN. Community, law enforcement meet to discuss how to repair relations.
4:33am
Fox 11. Committee approves new location for sheriff's department.
4:32am
WBAY. Green Bay wants your project proposals for millions of excess tax dollars.
4:31am
Fox 11. Follow up: High capacity wells in central Wisconsin.
4:30am
WBAY. Federal agencies commit to clean Kewaunee County drinking water.
4:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Methamphetamine cases in northwestern Wisconsin tripled in last 3 years.

Congress

12:20pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Cosponsors legislation calling on presidential nominees to release tax returns.
8:44am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Supports grant for University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Educational Opportunity Center.

2:50pm
Fox 11. Johnson: Milwaukee riots show war on poverty has failed.

Politics

2:04pm
RPW. Will Senator Feingold ever hold Hillary Clinton accountable?
8:40am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Why are the Koch brothers supporting Ed Brooks?
7:18am
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Endorses Senator Ron Johnson.
4:48am
Solen for 1st Congress. Attends Hannity taping of Donald Trump interview.
4:47am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 9 of no response from Paul Ryan re: debate request and asks the people of Wisconsin and America for help.

12:36pm
Mliwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ryan transfers $500,000 to state GOP.
4:56am
The Hill. Trump hurts GOP, but probably not enough to flip House.
4:45am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Ryan should accept opponent's challenge.
4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. Donald Trump tells La Crosse Tribune: 'Temperament is one of my greatest assets.'
4:32am
Fox 6. Is Wisconsin truly a swing state? Political expert considers what's in play.
4:30am
CBS News. 2016 by the numbers: Where does the battle for the Senate stand?
4:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Johnson says he trusts Trump with nuclear codes.
4:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold says campaign infiltrated.

Local Politics

8:41am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Swanigan crushed on south side, lost every suburban ward.

Wednesday August 17, 2016

Legislative

1:55pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces office hours at Dodge County Fair.
12:35pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Column: Keeping communities safe from heroin.
12:34pm
Americans For Prosperity-WI. Launches campaign to protect taxpayers.
11:02am
Sen. Taylor. To host "Coffee with the Senator" Aug. 18th.
10:39am
Rep. Ripp. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding transportation.
9:35am
Rep. Steffen. Titletown district set to meet full potential.
9:34am
Rep. Hintz. Memo: UW Capital project cost increases the result of Gov. Walker's failed fiscal management. Memo: Cost of Delaying UW All Agency and Small Projects. Memo: UW System 2015-17 and Proposed 2017-19 Capital Budget Cuts.
9:04am
Speaker Vos, Rep. Sanfelippo. State Representatives propose olympic victory tax repeal.
9:01am
Rep. Steffen. Excess stadium tax makes positive impact on community.
4:28am
Rep. Bowen. Statement on recent turmoil in Milwaukee.

12:40pm
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin lawmakers seek to make Olympic medals, prize money tax-free.
10:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Fiscal bureau: Capital projects delayed in last state budget now cost $30 million more.
4:24am
River Falls Journal. UWRF drafts 2017-19 budget proposal.
4:22am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW budget request includes new cultural competency program for students, faculty.
4:20am
Cap Times. UW System seeks $42.5 million to cut student costs, develop workforce.
4:17am
WEAU. Flashing yellow school bus light law goes into effect today.

State Agencies

3:30pm
DWD. Lt. Governor Kleefisch, DWD Secretary Allen congratulate Walgreens REDI graduates.
12:55pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. WEDC claims it created jobs in Sherman Park, but did it?
11:31am
Celebrate Children Foundation. Calling on Wisconsin drivers to help prevent child abuse and neglect.
11:29am
Wisconsin Association of Health Plans. Market competition again produces results for the State Group Health Program.
9:35am
DPI. 141 school districts to receive sparsity aid.
4:46am
ETF. 2017 premium rate changes significantly lower than trends.

11:26am
Mliwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prison worker video mixed Mandela quotes, menacing images.
4:17am
Milwaukee Biz Times. More than 1 million attended Wisconsin State Fair.

Economy/Business

4:16am
WISC. Ho-Chunk plans $153 million expansion of 3 casinos.

Statewide

11:04am
American Legion Department of Wisconsin. Earns national award for construction of new trail at Camp American Legion.
11:01am
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Milwaukee Alderman Johnson appointed to board.
4:31am
Military Order of the Purple Heart National Headquarters. Oregon, Wisconsin resident Jason Johns elected National Senior Vice Commander.

4:46am
Madison.com. Meth 'back with a vengeance' in northern, western Wisconsin.

Courts

10:21am
District II Court of Appeals. The Manitowoc Company, Inc. v. John M. Lanning.

4:15am
CBS 58. Mother of transgender teen asks judge to act before start of school year.
4:12am
Reuters. U.S. Supreme Court stance on North Carolina law to send signal on voting limits.

Education

9:53am
Marquette University. Marquette philosophy professor receives Way Klingler Young Scholars Award.

Local

3:43pm
Milwaukee Alds. Stamper, Murphy. Climbing (and swinging) toward fun and hope.
11:28am
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport. A new name and a new look for Austin Straubel International Airport.
9:02am
MCTS. Save some green: Head to Irish Fest with MCTS bus service.
8:59am
Voces de la Frontera. Solidarity with Sherman Park.

12:53pm
Fox 6. "You can't print money:" Milwaukee leaders ponder whether they can afford to hire more police officers.
12:42pm
WBAY. Property damage from Milwaukee unrest could reach millions.
4:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Social media threats intensify, focus on officer.
4:18am
Sauk Prairie Eagle. Law enforcement agencies struggle with fewer recruits.
4:16am
NBC 26. Excess stadium tax money plans.
4:14am
WAOW. New report: Karger played "prominent role" in Yang peace march. Wausau Daily Herald. 

Congress

1:09pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson opening statement: "From Crop to Craft Beer: Federal Regulation's Impact on America's Food and Agriculture.
11:50am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Criminal justice reform needed to curb violence, restore order, and strengthen communities.
9:14am
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Corn Growers to Congress: EPA Atrazine decision will cost farmers.

4:20am
Racine Journal Times. Sen. Baldwin tours bluff erosion in Mount Pleasant.

Politics

4:09pm
Huftel for 75th Assembly. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin endorses.
1:45pm
Harris for 18th Senate. Cuts to general school aid harmful to Wisconsin's future.
12:59pm
League of Conservation Voters Action Fund. Endorses Tom Nelson for Congress.
10:44am
RPW. Senator Feingold and Hillary Clinton's war on American small business.
9:00am
Wright for 51st Assembly. Speaks out on cuts to local schools.
4:34am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 8 of no response from Paul Ryan re: debate request and ask the people of Wisconsin and America for help.
4:32am
Rygiewicz for 76th Assembly. Challenges Rep. Chris Taylor to debates.

4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. In Madison, Tim Kaine warns Democrats not to be complacent in a 'season of surprises.'
4:25am
New York Times. Trump, rallying white crowd for police, accuses Democrats of exploiting blacks.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kaine says GOP making it harder to vote.
4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Former Trump advisor: Scott Walker has 'rigged' 5 elections.
4:13am
The Hill. Senate map expands for Dems.

Tuesday August 16, 2016

Legislative

3:36pm
Sen. Nass. UW System budget requires cultural sensitivity training for all.
3:05pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Wisconsin 49th in Internet speed.
2:54pm
Sen. Kapenga, Rep. Hutton. Letter to agency heads regarding budget requests.
2:03pm
Sen. Hansen. New amber lights rule will make getting on and off the school bus safer.

4:21am
Fond du Lac Reporter. UW System details new initiatives.
4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Reimer: Wisconsin deserves a better transportation policy.
4:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW budget request seeks new outreach programs, $4M for student advising.
4:13am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Aid to majority of Wisconsin school districts at pre-2010 levels.

State Agencies

4:03pm
OCI. 2015 Wisconsin Insurance Report
3:35pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:34pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Nearly $6 million for municipal projects.
2:46pm
DOR. Free Business Tax Seminar on August 29 in Ashland.
2:31pm
DVA. 71st anniversary of VJ Day and the end of WWII.

10:31am
Bloomberg. Food stamp rolls drop as states decline federally funded benefit.
4:41am
Fox 11. DOC secretary visits GBCI after inmate attacks.

Economy/Business

10:50am
Ho-Chunk Nation. Set to grow workforce with $153m casino expansion project.

4:32am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Aetna pulls back on Obamacare insurance plans for 2017.

Statewide

4:52pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Leadership changing.
10:51am
The Cornucopia Institute. Report finds toxins/carcinogens in popular brands of toothpaste.

3:11pm
Duluth News Tribune. Push for healthier food could eliminate some stores from food stamp program.
12:47pm
The Hill. Transgender rules for homeless shelters spark firestorm.

Education

3:32pm
Wisconsin Public Education Network. To hold annual conference in Wauwatosa.
1:51pm
UW-Stout. Dietetics student encourages healthy eating with Veggin' Out program.
10:16am
UW-Madison. Gamer-teacher collaboration yields nine middle school science games.

4:22am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh Schools approve third energy exemption.

Local

3:03pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Demands Milwaukee Police shooting answers.
12:28pm
Citizen Action of WI. In aftermath of Milwaukee's civil unrest we need to get serious about equal economic opportunity.
11:21am
Milwaukee County Sup. Mayo. Responds to the recent tragic events in the Sherman Park Community.
4:42am
Milwaukee Common Council President Hamilton. The only path to justice involves peace and patience.

10:37am
Reuters. After decades of segregation, anger boils over in Milwaukee.
10:34am
LA Times. A spike in homicides, Job loss. Bad schools. Milwaukee unrest 'isn't about one thing.'
4:40am
Fox 11. Green Bay set to vote on how to spend excess Lambeau sales tax money.
4:40am
WISC. By many measures, Milwaukee is toughest U.S. city for blacks.
4:31am
Janesville Gazette. Police chief was surprised by violence after fatal shooting.
4:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee works to solve job crisis.
4:16am
Wisconsin Radio Network. U.S. Senate candidates weigh in on unrest in Milwaukee.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Feingold calls on lawmakers to support struggling Milwaukee neighborhoods.

Congress

3:32pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches statewide small business coalition.
10:52am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls on Congress to return to work and pass Zika funding.

4:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson asks to stop whistle-blower retaliation. Wisconsin Watchdog.

Politics

3:33pm
Huftel for 75th Assembly. Speaks out on cuts to local schools.
1:50pm
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Trump candidacy threatens U.S. security.
11:20am
Wisconsin State Senate Democratic Committee. Senate GOP rides the Trump train.
9:56am
Smith for 14th Senate. Public education cuts damage our children's future.
9:34am
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. Public education cuts leave Northern schools behind.
4:44am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 7 of no response from Paul Ryan re: debate request.

2:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold ad attacks Johnson on economy.
10:41am
Politico. Walker accuses Clinton of 'inflaming the situation' in Milwaukee.
10:39am
Politico. Walker: Trump can win if he can 'get the focus' on Clinton.
10:33am
Cap Times. Down by double digits in polling, Donald Trump's return to Wisconsin signals its importance.
4:14am
WKOW. Nehlen gives vague response on allegations of election fraud.
4:11am
Fox 11. Trump returning to Wisconsin, trailing Clinton with wider poll gap.

Monday August 15, 2016

Governor

4:10am
Beloit Daily News. Walker visits Beloit to promote libraries.

Legislative

1:02pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Wisconsin schools funded below 2010 levels. 27th Senate District Breakout.
12:44pm
Sen. Shilling. School funding remains below 2010 levels.
11:57am
Sen. Bewley. More for millionaires, less for our schools. LFB Memo.

11:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Keep tuition freeze but increase state aid to University of Wisconsin.
4:23am
Fox 6. "Substantial danger:" Beginning October 1st, drivers can no longer use cell phones in construction zones.
4:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stroebel: Wisconsin drivers are taxpayers.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: UW System budget request reasonable.
4:04am
WQOW. Chippewa Falls non-profit food stand hopes to change state laws restricting sales.

State Agencies

2:05pm
DOR. Equalized Values Report released by DOR.

4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Doyle criticizes handling of Lincoln Hills.
4:10am
Cap Times. Report details funding problems in Wisconsin's child care quality improvement system.
4:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Participation in FoodShare falls more than 120,000 in 2 years.
4:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ex-prison head recommended 'scenery change.'

Economy/Business

2:59pm
Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP. 81 Michael Best attorneys named The Best Lawyers in America 2017.
8:34am
Alliant Energy. 2016 sustainability report includes target to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
8:03am
Alliant Energy. Releases 2016 Corporate Sustainability Report.

5:00am
Duluth News Tribune. Manufacturers returning to U.S. may mean jobs for robots, not people.
4:15am
Madison.com. Tepid retail sales lower expectations for U.S. economic growth.

Statewide

2:58pm
LGBT Chamber of Commerce. UW Health and Unity Health Insurance join LGBT Chamber as newest Gold Founding Members.
11:43am
Arts Wisconsin. Seeks nominations for 2016 Arts in the Community Awards.

4:27am
Duluth News Tribune. Racial and partisan divides shape Americans views of poverty and the poor.

Courts

11:15am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Column: Courts and commissioners should put voters first as they sort out election law.
10:42am
AG Schimel. Files brief in opposition in John Doe case.

2:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin attorney general asks U.S. Supreme Court not to hear John Doe appeal.
8:42am
LA Times. Courts urged to strike down election maps that lock in the winners.
4:08am
Sheboygan Press. LeMahieu: Voter ID ruling is judicial overreach.

Education

3:08pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on slashed state aid for schools.
2:57pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on UW System budget request.
2:19pm
UW-Madison. Places highly in worldwide ranking of universities.
1:29pm
UW Extension. New tool that introduces UW System Faculty to online teaching earns award.
1:04pm
UW System. Announces 2020FWD Initiatives focused on affordability, excellence and developing tomorrow's workforce.
10:42am
UW-Madison. Spinoff releases latest educational game - aimed at fractions.
9:55am
UW-Madison. Study to probe how concussion affects young athletes' academic performance.

Local

4:32pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Mayor Barrett, I respectfully disagree.
4:26pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Statement on Sherman Park incidents.
4:15pm
Rep. Zamarripa. (Updated) On unrest in Milwaukee.
4:03pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Imposes 10:00 p.m. curfew for residents under the age of 18. Proclamation.
3:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker's record has been disastrous for Milwaukee African Americans.
2:56pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on violence in Milwaukee.
1:22pm
Reps. Johnson, Goyke. Joint statement regarding events in Milwaukee.
12:08pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Sherman park to close at 6pm tonight.
4:35am
AG Schimel. Statement on officer involved incident and unrest in Milwaukee.

2:41pm
Janesville Gazette. Milwaukee leaders blame outsiders for violence.
4:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unease continues after Sherman park uprising.
4:19am
Janesville Gazette. One person shot in Milwaukee protest but no repeat of riots.
4:19am
USA Today. Wis. governor activates National Guard after Milwaukee unrest.
4:17am
WSAW. Gov. Scott Walker wants body camera footage of shooting released soon.
4:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. After fatal shooting, Milwaukee police chief says officer's actions were justified.
4:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Violence erupts after officer-involved shooting.
4:13am
Beloit Daily News. Study compares cities' spending in Wisconsin.

Congress

12:44pm
U.S. Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson demands information from Social Security Administration regarding allegations of whistleblower retaliation.
9:45am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Politics

12:03pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sponsored mobile billboard encourages people to tell Wisconsin Senator to get in gear and support student loan debt reforms.
12:02pm
DPW. Donald Trump's biggest fan Rep. Sean Duffy: 'Whatever Trump says is right - whatever he says.'
11:42am
Anderson for U.S. Senate. Violence in Milwaukee caused by political abuse.
11:21am
RPW. Senator Feingold and Hillary Clinton's war on taxpayers.
4:58am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Ron Johnson draws sharp contrast with Senator Feingold on national security.
4:37am
Thiesfeldt for 52nd Assembly. Unveils campaign website.
4:34am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 6 of no response from Paul Ryan debate request.
4:33am
Solen for 1st Congress. To Paul Ryan: Revoke your endorsement of Donald Trump for the good of America and the GOP.

11:00am
Milwauke Journal Sentinel. Trump lags in southeast, a 'disaster' for GOP candidate.
4:24am
Washington Post. Ryan challenger Paul Nehlen launches super PAC.
4:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. For Jimmy Anderson, call to politics followed life-changing accident.
4:21am
Cap Times. In TV interview, Russ Feingold touts his public interactions, defends national security record.
4:21am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Feingold blasts trade deals at Democrats' dinner.
4:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. As Donald Trump plunges in poll, Ron Johnson campaign says he's 'running his own race.'
4:11am
WKOW. Walker, Doyle at odds on Trump and his chances in Wisconsin.
4:05am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Nehlen-Ryan race got unnecessarily ugly.

Sunday August 14, 2016

Governor

2:01pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on Saturday evening events in City of Milwaukee. Executive Order #209 - Activating the National Guard.
1:57pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Requests National Guard Mobilization. 

Friday August 12, 2016

Governor

3:12pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights literacy, receives Libraries Transform! poster at Beloit Public Library.
11:32am
Gov. Walker. Attends 2016 State Fair Cheese and Butter Auction.

Legislative

5:02pm
Rep. Bowen. Addresses the upcoming "Blue Day Rally" and the necessity of police accountability in the community.
4:00pm
Sens. Fitzgerald, Shilling. Wisconsin Legislature recognized for democracy education. Letter.
1:38pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on the passing of Reverend Joe Angel Medina.
12:06pm
Rep. Danou. Recent flooding impacts Buffalo and Trempealeau counties.

4:25am
Chippewa Herald. Chippewa Valley schools try another tack with politicians.

State Agencies

3:28pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Turnout about 13 percent for August 9 partisan primary.
3:27pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Free photo ID for voting now available with one trip to DMV.
2:15pm
Ready Wisconsin. Disaster assistance briefings for July Northwest WI flooding schedule.
12:50pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings update.
12:08pm
DHS. Use portable generators safely to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
11:30am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Aug. 15-19.

Economy/Business

4:34am
Fox 11. Impact of Manitowoc Company relocation expected to be widespread.
4:21am
WSAW. CranGrow expected to add dozens of jobs, expand industry in Wisconsin.

Statewide

1:39pm
Trek Bikes. World champion, top international cyclocross talent to begin season in Waterloo, WI.
1:22pm
Mid-West Energy Research Consortium. Hosts international delegation from Korea.
12:04pm
Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. Wisconsin leads the nation and world in cranberry production for 22nd consecutive year.
9:24am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Launches 'LGBT Workplace Alliance' to connect corporate employee groups.

4:48am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Spending jumps for kids' mental health.
4:33am
WISC. Report: State taxable property value increases 3%

Courts

4:23pm
AG Schimel. Files emergency motion seeking stay in One Wisconsin v. Thomsen.
11:29am
Rep. Barca. Statement on partial stay of voter ID ruling.
4:51am
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin. One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen - order.
4:50am
DOJ. U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin stays permanent injunction in One Wisconsin v. Thomsen.

2:33pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Conflicting voting rulings cause confusion.
7:12am
Reuters. Texas, other states to ask judge to halt Obama transgender policy.
4:36am
WBAY. District court rules Wisconsin voter ID law in place for Nov. election. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge blocks portion of voter ID.

Education

12:18pm
UW-Platteville. Use of force the focus of upcoming policing conference.
12:05pm
UW-Madison. WARF, UW-Madison again rank in top 10 universities for U.S. patents.
9:48am
Marquette University. Marquette biomedical sciences professor receives Way Klingler Young Scholars award.

Local

3:35pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
4:54am
Algoma City Administrator Wiswell. Crescent Beach awarded $175,000 U.S. EPA grant.
4:49am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Man survives jump from Hoan Bridge.

4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. City, county propose car taxes.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Heroin suspected in 20 deaths in 2 weeks.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele proposes wheel tax, end to free GO Pass.
4:32am
WKOW. City of Portage proposes new wheel tax to improve roads.
4:25am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Chippewa County's wheel tax future uncertain.
4:23am
WBAY. Waupun fuel terminal expansion to bring more fuel to Northeast Wisconsin.
4:22am
WCCO. Western Wisconsin county sees 8 inches of rain in 45 minutes.

Congress

1:23pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Joins Wisoconsin delegation in standing up for patient access.
11:28am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces National Parks Centennial Story and Photo Competition.
9:23am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Applauds over $800,000 from the EPA for Great Lakes restoration.

Politics

4:00pm
DPW. Donald Trump's tax return problem.
4:55am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 3 of no response from Paul Ryan debate request.

11:31am
WISC. Trump to return to Wisconsin for fundraisers next week.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrat leader Martha Laning calls out Trump-Pence economic policies.
4:27am
La Crosse Tribune. GOP leaders: don't sit out Trump election.
4:26am
Chippewa Herald. Scott Walker financial backers join Donald Trump's economic team.
4:24am
Politico. Walker, Pence tout conservative economic policies at Wisconsin rally.
4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrat Mary Hoeft challenges Rep. Sean Duffy on Trump support.
4:20am
WSAU. Johnson: "This would be my last term."
4:20am
WISN. Pence says Scott Walker is the 'best governor in America.'

Thursday August 11, 2016

Governor

12:30pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates local farmers at Cranberry Growers Cooperative ribbon cutting.
10:27am
Gov. Walker. Weekly radio address.

Legislative

3:21pm
Rep. Subeck. Partners with the Office Depot Foundation, donates sackpacks to local students.
10:01am
Senate Democrats. Weekly Democratic radio address.
9:50am
Rep. Swearingen. State Building Commission approves Kemp Station Education and Outreach Center in 34th Assembly District.
4:44am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Have an opinion about your Internet connection? Let your voice be heard!

State Agencies

4:40pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:21pm
DATCP. Wisconsin horse diagnosed with West Nile Virus.
2:08pm
WI Lottery. Racine player holds $50,000 Powerball ticket.
12:52pm
Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center. Incident report: Storm update 1.
10:25am
DATCP. College renters: Top tips for an A+ move.

4:42am
WQOW. State Building Commission approves funds for Confluence Arts Center.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Good step forward on water.
4:13am
WBAY. DHS: No sign on mosquitoes carrying Zika virus in Wisconsin.

Economy/Business

2:31pm
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP. Welcomes trademark attorney Thomas A. Agnello.
11:36am
Trek Bicycle. Trek will contribute $1 of every Bontrager tire sold, retailers set to double contribution.
10:29am
Flint Hills Resources. To begin construction on $20 million fuel terminal expansion serving Central and Northeastern Wisconsin.

4:36am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 500 to lose jobs at Manitowoc Company.

Statewide

4:11pm
DPW. Announces new Business Advisory Council.
1:53pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Statewide property values up 3.0% for 2016.
9:51am
WMC. Nominations open for Second Annual Wisconsin Job Honor Awards.

4:37am
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin police find it hard to find new recruits.
4:12am
La Crosse Tribune. 62,618 pounds: Wisconsin in top three for unused drug collection.

Courts

4:10am
Washington Post. In Wisconsin, a controversial voter-ID law could help choose the president.

Education

2:50pm
UW-Stout. Concert at Mabel Tainter Nov. 11 to benefit STEPS for Girls.
11:35am
UW-Madison. Research shows backup plans may keep you from achieving your goal.
9:53am
UW-Madison. 'Accidental techie' from UW-Madison is IT entrepreneur.
9:52am
Marquette University. Professors receive Way Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award.

4:54am
Marshfield News-Herald. News-Herald sues school district.

Local

12:51pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. City of Madison awarded Department of Labor grant to study paid-leave program for city employees.
10:27am
Milwaukee Alderwoman Coggs. Cool Aid & Canvases and Paint-N-Sip top Bronzeville Week schedule through Friday.
10:24am
Forward Festival. Continues to grow.
9:09am
Milwaukee Alderman Stamper. Proposals for Community Block Grant Funding mean jobs, development.
8:05am
Milwaukee Film. 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival reveals Cine Sin Fronteras program lineup. Spanish Release.

4:07am
WISN. County residents express displeasure over lakefront parking proposal.
4:06am
WAOW. Residents react to $20 wheel tax proposal.

Congress

4:35am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Johnson seeks answers on new e-cigarette regulations.
4:09am
WQOW. Rep. Ron Kind comments on Trans-Pacific Partnership support.

Federal Agencies

5:17am
USA Today. DEA regularly mines Americans' travel records to seize millions in cash.
5:16am
Washington Post. U.S. will affirm its prohibition on medical marijuana.
4:41am
Sheboygan Press. Widow of shooting subject: The VA let us down.

Politics

4:12pm
DPW. Chair Martha Laning and Rep. Dana Wachs on Donald Trump's dangerous economic agenda.
4:12pm
DPW. ICYMI: Democrat Mary Hoeft challenges Rep. Sean Duffy on Trump support.
4:10pm
DPW. Statement on the results of last night's fall primaries.
3:21pm
Assembly Democrats. As Donald Trump calls for violence, GOP sits in silence.
2:30pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Sponsors WisconsinEye candidate interviews.
11:55am
Anderson for 47th Assembly. Amidst unprecendented negative attacks, Anderson campaign rolls on to victory.
11:54am
Snyder for 85th Assembly. All Gold Star families are honored for their sacrifice.
10:03am
RPW. Senator Feingold doubles down on failed Iran deal.
8:35am
Solen for 1st Congress. Rejects endorsement from Neo-Nazi white supremacist.
4:47am
Solen for 1st Congress. Day 2 of no response from Paul Ryan debate request.

9:49am
Daily Reporter. Local 139 head defends ad run against wheelchair-bound candidate.
4:20am
WAOW. New poll: One-third of voters have no opinion of Sen. Johnson.
4:19am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Johnson tours Midwest Manufacturing in EC, touts his background.
4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette poll: Feingold leads Johnson.
4:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. Marquette poll: Hillary Clinton opens 15-point post-convention lead in Wisconsin.
4:16am
Yahoo Finance. Donald Trump's plummet in the polls doesn't seem to be hurting Republican senators in swing states.
4:16am
WEAU. Gov. Scott Walker approval rating at 38%
4:15am
The Hill. Poll: Feingold up 6 on Johnson in Wisconsin Senate race.
4:14am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Most Wisconsin voters still dislike Trump, Clinton.
4:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Professor: 'Angry electorate' not seen in primary elections after talk of ousting establishment.
4:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. With Wisconsin primary over, focus shifts to November races.
4:08am
WEAU. Johnson says he's the clear choice for U.S. Senate.
4:08am
WBAY. Nelson and Gallagher kick off highly-contested race for Congress.
4:07am
Fox 11. Vying to replace Ribble, 8th District opponents trade jabs on trade.

Wednesday August 10, 2016

Governor

4:57pm
Gov. Walker. Hosts 48th Annual Governor's Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction.
2:02pm
Gov. Walker. Building Commission approves projects.
5:08am
Gov. Walker. Announces federal disaster declaration for July floods.
5:07am
Gov. Walker. Participates in the Governor's Blue Ribbon Meat Products Auction.

3:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin to receive federal aid for storms that pummeled northern counties.

Legislative

5:52am
Dunn County News. UW-Stout Chancellor Meyer: Stout is well versed in performance-based metrics.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Will Walker nix new borrowing by UW?
4:15am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. UW-Green Bay chancellor to appeal to public.
4:12am
WKBT. UWL chancellor among those asking governor to reconsider tuition freeze.
4:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. More funding for UW System vital to maintain quality, UW-Eau Claire chancellor says.

State Agencies

4:02pm
AG Schimel. Takes right-to-work fight to Wisconsin Court of Appeals.
3:06pm
DWD. Governor Walker's Summer Youth Employment program provides private-sector job training opportunities in Milwaukee area.
12:35pm
DATCP. Update: Zika prevention and response.

4:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Citing demand, DNR boosts lead pipe help by $2.7 million.

Economy/Business

1:10pm
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP. Michelle Wagner Ebben honored as a Wisconsin Law Journal 2016 Up & Coming Lawyer.

5:05pm
Fox 11. More than 500 employees will be affected by Manitowoc Company move.

Environment/Outdoors

4:22am
CBS 58. Study: Public water supply is unsafe for millions of Americans.

Statewide

2:45pm
The Cornucopia Institute. Organic industry watchdog asks DOJ to block merger.
1:44pm
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families. Wisconsin could be doing more to improve access to high-quality early education. Report. Infographic.

Courts

1:19pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on stay of Voter ID ruling.
11:04am
Gov. Walker. Releases statement regarding court of appeals voter ID decision.
10:41am
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - order.
10:38am
DOJ. U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit stays district court's decision in Frank v. Walker.

11:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal appeals court issues stay of Voter ID ruling. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
11:05am
AP. Appeals court stays ruling on voter ID.

Education

2:36pm
MPS, UW-Madison. Call for other partners to strengthen and grow agriculture curriculum at Vincent High School.
2:35pm
Marquette University. Marquette biomedical sciences professor receives Way Klingler Fellowship in sciences.
12:47pm
UW-Madison. Technology enlisted in battle against hepatitis B.
12:34pm
UW-Stout. There's an 'I' in possible.

4:36am
Marshfield News-Herald. School officials silent on closed-door meeting.

Local

3:44pm
Bayfield Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau. Local foundation seeks donations to help assist victims affected by the recent flooding.
11:38am
Nakoma Golf Club. Raises $10,500 for UW Carbone Cancer Center.
11:14am
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Responds to administration proposal to charge for lakefront parking.

4:40am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Outagamie County doesn't overturn Nelson veto.
4:36am
Wausau Daily Herald. County Board to re-vote on Karger suspension.
4:34am
Marshfield News-Herald. Residents reject extra tax for road repairs.

Politics

3:34pm
Johnson for 6th Senate. Primary victory just the beginning for 6th Senate District.
3:20pm
American Majority. 22 American Majority trained New Leaders win primaries.
2:39pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. State pro-family PAC-endorsed candidates have good showing in primary election.
1:33pm
Marquette University. New Marquette Law School poll finds Clinton widening lead over Trump in Wisconsin.
1:10pm
Pro-Life WI. Celebrates Wichgers primary win.
11:46am
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Wins 83rd Assembly District Republican primary.
11:39am
Penebaker for 5th Congress. Wins primary, will face Jim Sensenbrenner in November.
11:37am
Wright for 51st Assembly. With statewide support, emerges as the official Democratic candidate for the 51st Assembly District.
10:59am
Wisconsin Right to Life. 81 PAC endorsed candidates advance to the general election.
9:33am
Grothman for 6th Congress. NFIB endorses.
9:23am
One Wisconsin Now. Wisconsin Republicans stay silent as Trump touts violence.
9:21am
RPW. Video: Hillary Clinton and Senator Feingold are wrong on Iran.
5:23am
Solen for 1st Congress. Why does Paul Ryan continue to endorse Trump?
5:21am
Lloyd for 6th Congress. Wins Democratic nomination for 6th Congressional District.
5:20am
Stafsholt for 29th Assembly. Statement on primary election results.
5:18am
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Statement regarding primary victory.
5:17am
Elliott for 18th Senate. Statement on election results.
5:15am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Secures victory in the 18th.
5:14am
Nelson for 8th Congress. Statement on the Republican primary results.
5:13am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Endorses Mike Gallagher in WI-08.
5:12am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Wins primary, work continues.
5:12am
Harris for 18th Senate. Statement on primary victory.
5:10am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Sovereignty & accountability.
5:05am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Statement on official start of general election.

7:14am
Cap Times. Turning the tide: Can a Wisconsin Democrat win the 2018 election for governor?
4:42am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Feyen bests Elliott in 18th GOP primary.
4:41am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Harris wins Democratic Senate Primary.
4:37am
Racine Journal Times. Wichgers wins District 83 race.
4:37am
Wausau Daily Herald. Renea Frederick wins Dem primary to face Czaja.
4:34am
Marshfield News-Herald. Stencil to face Spiros, again.
4:33am
Cap Times. Jimmy Anderson wins three-way Democratic primary in 47th Assembly District.
4:31am
Janesville Gazette. Ryan Solen is Dem choice to face Paul Ryan.
4:30am
Janesville Gazette. Clinton Anderson wins 31st District primary.
4:23am
WAOW. Duffy beats Raihala again in pursuit of 4th term.
4:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold, Johnson point to November.
4:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Incumbents win congressional primaries.
4:16am
The Guardian. Paul Ryan beats outsider 'mini-Donald Trump' challenger in Wisconsin primary. CBS News.
4:14am
WKOW. Russ Feingold wins Democratic primary for U.S. Senate seat.
4:11am
WQOW. Stafsholt, Ard to face off in Assembly District 29.
4:10am
WQOW. Hunt, Summerfield face off to represent Assembly District 67.
4:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Shilling-Kapanke rematch set in 32nd District.
4:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Confident in victory, Kind vows to remain moderate.
4:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Mike Gallagher wins GOP primary in Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District.
4:04am
Wauwatosa Now. Taylor wins District 4, Johnson takes District 6.
4:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Taylor easily defeats Barnes in primary.
4:02am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Lloyd wins Democratic candidacy for 6th District Congressional seat.
4:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Confusion, drama low at polling places on partisan primary election day.
4:00am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Gorski to face Krug for 72nd Assembly.
3:59am
CBS News. Despite recent rulings, voter ID laws could still scramble calculus in November.

Local Politics

11:03am
Janesville Gazette. Disrud defeats Jorgensen in Rock County register of deeds race.
4:14am
WISC. Incumbent Ozanne beats out challenger in Dane County DA race. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:07am
WUWM. Chisholm wins third term as Milwaukee DA, says voters ignored negative ads. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Tuesday August 9, 2016

Governor

2:28pm
Wisconsin Child Support Enforcement Association. Governor Walker proclaims August Child Support Awareness Month in Wisconsin. Proclamation.

4:20am
NBC 26. Gov. Walker not worried about voter ID fight.

Legislative

12:42pm
Rep. Taylor. More politics in AG's office. DOJ Letter.
12:00pm
UW-Stout Chancellor Meyer. Statement on UW System 2020FWD Strategic Framework and 2017-19 budget plans.
11:14am
Rep. Steffen. Blue Lives Matter proposal earns support from Professional Ambulance Association of Wisconsin.
9:26am
Sen. Nass. UW System tuition freeze key component of next state budget.

2:14pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: Next budget will include new performance-based funding for UW.
12:27pm
Dubuque Telegraph Herald. UW System budget requests include funds for new facility at Platteville.
12:02pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Lawmaker says UW tuition freeze 'key component' of next state budget.
9:40am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW seeks $42.5M funding increase, end to tuition freeze in next state budget.
9:39am
Janesville Gazette. UW to ask for additional money and an end to tuition freeze.
9:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System chief seeks state funding increase.
4:39am
Wausau Daily Herald. Solutions to curb teen suicide gain support.

State Agencies

1:31pm
WI Lottery. Green Bay man claims $50,000 Powerball ticket.
1:30pm
DOT. Hoan Bridge Project wins 'Best Use of Innovation' award.
1:01pm
DNR. Weekly news.
8:52am
DFI. Lending, net income continue to rise at state-chartered credit unions.

4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Brad Schimel demotes head of DOJ environmental unit.

Economy/Business

4:53am
Amerequip. Breaks ground on phase three of major expansion.
4:14am
Manitowoc Company. Intends to relocate its crawler manufacturing operations to Shady Grove, Pennsylvania.

4:24am
Beloit Daily News. Great crops but low profits for Wisconsin farmers.
4:18am
WBAY. Manitowoc Company relocating crawler crane operations to Pennsylvania. Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter.
4:16am
Fox 11. Amerequip starts third expansion project in four years.
4:11am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Hhgregg closing Wisconsin stores.

Statewide

8:53am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Municipal spending up 1.8%. Data Sheet.

4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin broadband speeds lagging.
4:13am
CBS 58. FDA bans e-cigarette sales to minors starting today.
4:12am
WJFW. Lower gas prices could be contributing to increase in Wisconsin traffic deaths.

Education

2:08pm
Marquette University. New Marquette study shows benefits of 'flipped classroom.'
1:13pm
DPI. Hearing set Aug. 25 on rules for SAGE and Achievement Gap Reduction aid payments.
12:22pm
UW-Madison. Simulating complex catalysts key to making cheap, powerful fuel cells.
8:55am
Marquette University. Marquette biomedical engineering professor receives Way Klingler Sabbatical Award.

Local

8:19am
Milwaukee Film. 2016 Milwaukee Film Festival launches Sportsball! and United States of Cinema programs.

2:21pm
WAOW. Wausau city council committee exploring $20 wheel tax.
4:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Citywide broadband service could cost over $200 million, study says.
4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bad River repairs homes, cleans Pow Wow grounds.
4:15am
WISC. City looks at bringing high-speed internet to all businesses, homes.
4:13am
WKOW. Soglin proposes ban on median panhandling.

Congress

10:24am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson statement on court order for Backpage.com to comply with subcommittee subpoena.
4:51am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Commends Justice Department on music licensing efforts.

Politics

2:19pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches new digital ad on protecting Second Amendment rights.
11:40am
Assembly Democrats. Pat Snyder doubles down on attack on Gold Star family.
4:55am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Are you planning to vote in today's primary election?
4:50am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Corporations pour $$$ into Wisconsin politics.

1:09pm
WSAW. State officials deal with complaints about Nehlen campaign signs.
1:05pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Feingold, Johnson oppose ransom payments.
9:46am
Racine Journal Times. Officials say Paul Nehlen supporters disrupting polling places.
4:57am
WKBT. Republican V.P. candidate Mike Pence to campaign in La Crosse Thursday.
4:38am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Everything you need to know before voting.
4:35am
Chippewa Herald. Primary has less drama, but 67th District race attracts six contenders.
4:34am
La Crosse Tribune. Primary preview: A look at the candidates on the Aug. 9 ballot.
4:26am
WUWM. Democrats hope to reclaim Wisconsin's first congressional district.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Hillary Clinton campaign says jobs plan would create 187,000 jobs in Wisconsin.
4:23am
The Hill. Primary challenger says people like Paul Ryan have 'hijacked' America.
4:22am
Minneapolis Star Tribune. Ryan headlines Wisconsin primary.
4:22am
WISN. Mandela Barnes takes on Lena Taylor for her state Senate seat.
4:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold chides Republicans on Trump.
4:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Voter ID is in place for primary.

Monday August 8, 2016

Governor

3:10pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in groundbreaking ceremony at Amerequip Corporation.

4:24am
Northlands News Center. Governor Scott Walker tours northern Wisconsin.

Legislative

11:03am
Sen. Lassa. Column: Purple Heart reminds us of the sacrifices made for freedom.
10:19am
One Wisconsin Now. State Sen. Stroebel takes state, federal government handouts, reports no state tax liability in mulitple years, tries to cut pay of hard working Wisconsinites.

5:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Regent: Wisconsin 'has to get serious' about investing in UW System.
4:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gottlieb: State budget focus: safety and maintenance.
4:19am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Paying for roads at critical juncture.

State Agencies

3:17pm
DATCP. Register now for value-added feed buyers mission during the World Dairy Expo.
3:16pm
OCI. Unveils revamped web site.
12:25pm
AG Schimel. Announces David P. Ross new Environmental Protection Unit Director.
12:19pm
Wisconsin Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association. Reply to DHS/OIG press release on audits of family planning clinics.
12:18pm
WI Lottery. $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Madison.
4:53am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.

2:23pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Brad Schimel replaces head of depleted DOJ environmental unit.
4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Guards allowed fights at youth prison.

Economy/Business

4:33am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Ag experts: Wisconsin in midst of perfect growing season.
4:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Pipeline project in doubt.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Energy, water are Wisconsin growth targets.

Courts

10:40am
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Frank v. Walker - Reply in support of the emergency motion to stay the preliminary injunction pending appeal.

Education

1:47pm
UW-Stout. Faculty member works on Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Constitution.
12:23pm
UW-Stout. Golf enterprise students benefit from GCOW state outing.
10:06am
UW-Madison. IceCube search for the 'sterile neutrino' draws a blank.
4:53am
UW Eau Claire. Foundation helps Blugolds shine light on Eau Claire landmark.

5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Stout moves controversial 80-year-old murals.

Local

2:20pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces partnership with Village of Oregon to make roads safer.
12:21pm
Tenant Resource Center. Madison "moving day" essentials.
4:58am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Operation Drive Sober results in 10 arrests.

Congress

12:20pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Renews call for investments from Washington to fight Wisconsin's opioid and heroin epidemic.
10:21am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson criticizes the FDA on e-cigarette rule.

Politics

2:49pm
Taylor for 76th Assembly. Remember to vote in Tuesday primary!
2:31pm
Taylor for 4th Senate. Mistruths dominate Mandela Barnes' campaign.
10:05am
Anderson for 47th Assembly. Asks Julia Arata-Fratta to demand her allies take down nasty last-minute radio ad and return all donations from anyone associated with the production or financing of the ad.
7:31am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Responds to campaign questions.
4:59am
Smith for 14th Senate. Statement on Purple Heart Day. 
4:59am
Van Stippen for 12th Senate. On National Purple Heart Day, a reminder to support our veterans.
4:57am
Odeen for 10th Senate. Purple Heart Day reminds us that Wisconsin's veterans need our support.

3:07pm
RPW. Video: Hilary Clinton and Senator Feingold represent the wrong direction.
2:24pm
Racine Journal Times. Ryan, Nehlen make last appearances before vote.
12:35pm
ABC News. Comparing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton stances on economic issues.
5:13am
Washington Post. Paul Ryan is confident about keeping his seat, more cautious about the House.
4:55am
Wisconsin Watch. Water woes emerge as major issue in Wisconsin elections.
4:50am
Portage Daily Register. Sen. Baldwin reflects on nature, politics.
4:49am
Marshfield News-Herald. Fast election facts: Sean Duffy v. Don Raihala.
4:49am
Wausau Daily Herald. 3 Democrats seek to unseat Republican Czaja.
4:48am
Sheboygan Press. Delegates motivated after Democratic convention.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ann Coulter rallies Paul Nehlen supporters.
4:30am
Cap Times. Radio ad riles up final days of 47th Assembly district race.
4:30am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Region's races to be thinned in primary election.
4:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump endorsement won't fix the Ryan relationship.
4:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee business leaders rebut 'rust belt' label.
4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. Congressional, legislative races at stake in Tuesday's primary.
4:25am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Democrats vie for 18th Senate District.
4:23am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Kaine jabs Trump, praises Wisconsin voting rights ruling.
4:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic primary candidate aims to tap into Sander's base.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tim Kaine campaigns in Milwaukee, lauds Wisconsin voting rights ruling.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Immigration attorney challenges incumbent for 9th Assembly District seat.
4:16am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Republican Senate candidates expect tight primary.

Friday August 5, 2016

Governor

10:23am
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Welcomes appointment of Secretary of Health Services Seemeyer.

Legislative

3:06pm
Sen. Taylor. To receive Lifetime Service Award.
1:14pm
Sen. Carpenter. Milwaukee Soldiers Home rehabilitation to help veterans.
9:23am
Sen. Cowles. Returns over 50% of office budget.
8:05am
Rep. Hebl Comments on condition of state's roads, trails.

State Agencies

4:00pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Walker administration cracks down on Planned Parenthood overbilling.
2:17pm
DNR. Groundwater research projects leverage DNR, university expertise to address statewide challenges.
2:06pm
DATCP. Comments open on Echo use on potatoes.
1:30pm
DNR. Incidental take notice for Columbia County.
12:32pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings update.
10:08am
AG Schimel. Announces first-of-its-kind internet safety podcast.
8:43am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Responds to Office of Inspector General's audit findings.

4:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Elections Commission playing waiting game on voting law changes.
4:26am
Reuters. Low investment returns taking a toll on U.S. pension funds.

Economy/Business

8:01am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment increases by 255,000 in July; unemployment rate unchanged at 4.9%

8:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Fix safety net for farmers.
8:02am
Bloomberg. Payrolls surge as U.S. hiring gains broad-based for second month.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ascension Wisconsin silent on jobs.

Environment/Outdoors

4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Environmental groups call for more action to protect Wisconsin's water.

Statewide

2:17pm
Customers First! Coalition. Welcomes new executive director.
5:13am
WisconsinEye. Partners with Milwaukee Journal Sentinel & Gannett Wisconsin to provide extensive coverage of 2016 Wisconsin election campaigns.

1:12pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin named worst state for black Americans.
10:33am
CNN. New security flaw in credit card chip system revealed.
4:25am
WBAY. July was deadly on Wisconsin roads.
4:25am
WISN. Wisconsin officials begin hunt for Zika-infected mosquitoes.

Courts

9:08am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Significant - The money Planned Parenthood takes from taxpayers.

1:47pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. David Prosser calls John Doe appeal weak.
4:55am
Reuters. Court denies North Carolina motion to stay decision on voter ID law.

Education

2:05pm
UW-Madison. UW's Holloway to lead NASA Health and Air Quality Initiative.
12:33pm
UW-Madison. New virus found during investigation into largemouth bass fish kill.
10:07am
UW-Stout. Faculty member awarded, students receive printing scholarships.
9:13am
UW-Madison. Spinoff gets FDA OK for bacteria-killing wound dressing.

Local

3:59pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
12:31pm
Milwaukee Cty Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County to participate in Milwaukee County Breastfeeding Coalition Community Walk Sat., Aug. 6th.
11:39am
Marinette Cty District Attorney Brey. "Murder for Hire" criminal complaint.
8:05am
Milwaukee River Preservation Association. Estabrook Dam removal may cost county over $13 million dollars.

5:21am
Racine Journal Times. Supervisor questions whether county should foot bill for erosion control.
4:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee leaders seek solutions to gun violence.
4:28am
Wausau Daily Herald. County approved $10K for Karger probe.

Congress

1:45pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on Obamacare premium jump.

4:57am
Reuters. House Speaker Ryan: No point in lame duck vote on TPP deal.

Politics

4:02pm
WI AFL-CIO. Donald Trump does not represent Wisconsin values.
3:58pm
Neylon for 98th Assembly. Outraged by congressional candidate's comments.
3:07pm
Voces de la Frontera Action. Johnson hides from Trump, but his own record is just as extreme.
12:30pm
Nelson for 8th Congress. Two Republicans vying to replace "never Trump" founder Reid Ribble continue to support Trump.
11:16am
One Wisconsin Now. Trump visit has WISGOP crying crocodile tears for sacred cow Paul Ryan.
9:51am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Nearing primary day, Shrader adds final endorsements.
8:46am
Buchholz for 3rd Congress. Announces grassroots endorsements: With statement from Myron Buchholz.
8:45am
Waukesha County Sup. Grant. Withdraws her endorsement of Steve Whittow for 83rd Assembly District.
5:20am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Steve Whittow's answer to Chuck Wichger's dirty politics.
5:17am
Fields for 11th Assembly. County Exec. Chris Abele endorses.

1:32pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson at odds in new ads on jobs, terrorism.
1:10pm
The Hill. Ryan: Primary foe is an 'interloper' backed by scammers.
10:20am
The Hill. Poll: Ryan leads primary challenger by 66 points.
10:18am
Janesville Gazette. Republican Wisconsin Assembly speaker calls out Trump.
10:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: U.S. House, 1st Congressional District | Republican Primary.
10:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: U.S. House, 1st Congressional District | Democratic Primary.
8:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Once again, Trump visit marked by clashes.
8:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump returns to Wisconsin with few GOP friends.
8:03am
Right Wisconsin. Speaker Robin Vos: Welcome to Wisconsin Mr. Trump.
4:51am
Fox 11. Ahead of rally, Brown County Republicans say Trump support is growing.
4:51am
Politico. Insiders to Trump: Drop out.
4:41am
Janesville Gazette. Paul Nehlen garners right-wing endorsements.
4:40am
Janesville Gazette. Former clerk of courts endorses Don Vruwink for 43rd district Assembly.
4:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2016: 29th Assembly District Democratic Primary Preview.
4:38am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2016: 29th Assembly District Republican Primary Preview.
4:31am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Genrich, veterans decry Trump ahead of rally.
4:28am
La Crosse Tribune. Voter ID law in place for Tuesday primary.
4:26am
Janesville Gazette. Feingold faces challenge in Senate primary.

Thursday August 4, 2016

Governor

3:01pm
Gov. Walker. Column: Tuition freeze key to college affordability.
12:12pm
Alliance of Health Insurers Executive Director Pirlot. Statement regarding the Governor's appointment of Linda Seemeyer as the Secretary of the Department of Health Services.
12:09pm
Gov. Walker. Kicks off 165th Wisconsin State Fair.
11:30am
Wisconsin BPDD. Looks forward to working with new DHS secretary.
10:12am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Linda Seemeyer to lead the Department of Health Services.
9:27am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Celebrating 165 years of the original summer tradition.

2:44pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Former Walworth County official to head state's Department of Health Services.
12:33pm
WKOW. Walker appoints Seemeyer as Health secretary.
4:12am
WIZM. State rep. believes Gov. Walker is nearly alone on taxes funding transportation projects.

Legislative

2:36pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on Gov. Walker's extremely insensitive tweet on BadgerCare expansion.
2:20pm
Rep. Wachs. Higher education cuts jeopardize Wisconsin's future.
11:32am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Concerns about rising property taxes? Support more state aid for schools.
11:02am
Rep. Macco. ABC-Wisconsin honors with "Building Wisconsin" award.
10:36am
Sen. Risser. Named Conservation Champion by League of Conservation Voters.
10:19am
Sen. Carpenter. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "Celebrate the Wisconsin State Fair."

4:26am
Wausau Daily Herald. Lawmaker's past colleagues given state work.
4:21am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Lead must come from legislators.
4:13am
Star News. County joins in state-wide resolution drive to call for increasing road funding.

State Agencies

4:47pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:30pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Natural Resources Board approves narrowed drinking water protections.
2:55pm
DNR. Win a free eagle license plate - enter the eagle plate giveaway online or at Wisconsin State Fair.
2:41pm
DNR. Habitat restoration efforts contribute to larger Mississippi River goals.
2:40pm
Rep. Taylor. Walker admininstration continues attack on women's health even after big loss.
1:11pm
WEDC. Small town forums coming up in Phelps, La Farge, Eagle and Shell Lake.
12:13pm
DOT. July was the deadliest month on Wisconsin roads so far this year.
10:14am
DOJ. Top Cops save child from river at Miller Park.

2:57pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Nude beach left out of new Lower Wisconsin Riverway Master Plan.
4:25am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Natural Resources Board approves change in fence rules for deer farms.
4:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. Board OKs DNR's shrunken clean-water plan.
4:20am
WKBT. DWD secretary highlights efforts to train, retain skilled workers in WI.
4:17am
Cap Times. State audit of family planning clinics finds Medicaid overpayments.
4:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR reviews farm regulations.
4:08am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. DNR board approves land swap with Walker donor.

Economy/Business

4:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Alliant eyes Wisconsin wind energy growth.

Courts

10:46am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Planned Parenthood demands taxpayer dollars...again.

12:35pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ex-Walker aide asks whether signature forged.
5:00am
Reuters. U.S. Supreme Court blocks transgender bathroom choice for now.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Open meetings case appealed to Supreme Court.
4:17am
Cap Times. State seeks emergency stay in Wisconsin voting laws case.

Education

3:11pm
UW-Platteville. Students create commemorative art for Rountree Commons.
2:40pm
MPS. Board highlights expansion of language immersion, community support.
2:16pm
Marquette University. To host DiverseCity basketball camp.
11:33am
UW-Madison. Mitochondrial maps reveal new connections to poorly understood diseases.
11:28am
UW-Madison. Botulinum toxin may travel further than expected in nerve cells.

Local

4:26pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. George Reistad named Madison's Food Policy Coordinator.
12:38pm
City of Madison. Zika update: What Dane County residents need to know.
10:37am
Milwaukee Ald. Stamper. Regional job fair takes place August 9th.

4:54am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Eminent domain can be 'undesirable thing.'
4:20am
WQOW. Affordable Care Act insurance rates to go up in area.
4:19am
WAOW. Still no decision on Marathon Co. administrator's suspension.

Congress

1:32pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on USDA payment to dairy farmers.
9:26am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Veterans' organizations announce support for bipartisan legislation to support job creation for veterans.

4:07am
USA Today. Paul Ryan: Drop the politics, put health first.

Politics

4:58pm
Wisconsin Family Action. Pro-family PAC rescinds endorsement of state Assembly candidate.
4:47pm
WEAC. Recommends Heidi Fencl in 89th Assembly District.
4:28pm
WEAC. Recommends Nanette Bulebosh in 27th Assembly District.
2:16pm
League of Conservation Voters. Launches next phase of GreenRoots program to mobilize members to elect Hillary Clinton and Senate environmental champions.
12:37pm
Ferriter for 42nd Assembly. Condemns Donald Trump's assault on family of fallen soldier.
12:15pm
Lasee for 8th Congress. Receives ABC of Wisconsin Building Influence Award.
12:14pm
Barnes for 4th Senate. Announces key community endorsements.
12:11pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Endorse Christine Sinicki for Assembly.
11:29am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Top five things voters should know for primary day.
10:35am
Elliott for 18th Senate. Debuts radio ads.
9:25am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. Shepherd Express endorses.
8:24am
Redmond for 21st Assembly. Milwaukee County Exec. Chris Abele endorses.
4:55am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Pro-family PAC endorses.
4:33am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Receives AQ rating from NRA.
4:31am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Receives realtor endorsements.
4:30am
Whittow for 83rd Assembly. Endorsed by community leaders.

3:47pm
CBS News. Paul Ryan's primary challenger says U.S. should debate deporting Muslims.
2:54pm
The Hill. Koch network helping Ron Johnson with $1 million Wisconsin buy.
2:46pm
Chippewa Herald. Raising taxes not popular option among GOP 67th candidates.
2:46pm
Chippewa Herald. 67th Democrats open to more revenue to fix roads.
12:31pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Feingold ad features closed GM plant.
5:02am
Reuters. Clinton campaign studying alternative to U.S. ethanol mandate.
4:27am
Marshfield News-Herald. 5 things to know about the 86th Assembly race.
4:24am
La Crosse Tribune. Shilling, Kapanke hold cash advantage in primary races.
4:24am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2016: 67th Assembly District Democratic Primary Preview.
4:23am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2016: 67th Assembly District Republican Primary Preview.
4:19am
NBC 15. Nehlen speaks out on Trump and Ryan.
4:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Professor: Donald Trump 'not particularly smart' for dissing Paul Ryan.
4:16am
Wall Street Journal. Ron Johnson: Too many politicians try to hide the real problem.
4:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 3 Republican candidates vie for Ribble's open congressional seat.
4:11am
AP. Forget Trump: In Ryan's district, voters give him thumbs up.
4:09am
New York Times. Mike Pence splits with Donald Trump on Paul Ryan endorsement.
4:08am
Politico. Ryan, McCain allies rise to their defense against Trump.

Local Politics

4:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Top prosecutors in Milwaukee, Madison fight to keep their jobs.

Wednesday August 3, 2016

Governor

9:07am
Gov. Walker. Requests federal disaster aid for northern Wisconsin due to July flooding.

11:55am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Democrats: UW tuition freeze great if Scott Walker will 'fund the freeze.'
9:39am
Duluth News Tribune. Walker seeks federal disaster aid for northern Wisconsin counties.
4:27am
WQOW. UW-Eau Claire responds to possible tuition freeze extension.
4:27am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Chancellors fear impact of another tuition freeze.

Legislative

4:35am
Wisconsin Association of Fairs. Thank state legislators.

State Agencies

3:39pm
DHS. Audit reveals significant overpayments to family planning clinics.
12:35pm
DNR. Board approves lower Chippewa River purchase.
12:34pm
DNR. NRB approves revised master plan for Lower Wisconsin State Riverway.
12:34pm
WEDC. Awards Community Development Investment Grants to six communities.
11:32am
DNR. Ashalnd waterfront to get facelift with assistance from DNR Brownfield development awards.

11:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. DNR board approves disputed Wisconsin River plan.
4:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. Public Records Board won't revisit transitory records until 2020.
4:06am
Northland's News Center. Protesters picket Wisconsin DNR during Ashland visit.

Economy/Business

7:54am
WMC. Nine companies win Business Friend of Environment.

9:41am
NBC 15. Caterpillar notifies state of Prentice closure.
5:04am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin plant adding employees on rebound in frac sand demand.
4:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. As Wisconsin corn grows, prices fall even lower.

Statewide

2:45pm
Alliant Energy. Offers employer rebate for electric car chargers.
1:45pm
New American Economy. Reason for Reform campaign highlights new data showing the economic impact of immigrants in Wisconsin.

4:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Affordable Care Act rates could increase by double digits.
4:05am
WKOW. Wisconsin getting money for Zika problems.

Courts

5:24pm
AG Schimel. Files stay motion in Voter ID decision in : One Wisconsin v. Thomsen. Motion to stay. 
9:35am
District II Court of Appeals. Robert B. Townsend v. Neenah Joint School District.
8:33am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Adam M. Blackman.
8:32am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Markus S. Holcomb.
7:53am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Daniel Kelly's take: God beats legal precedent.

12:47pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abortion groups could get $1.8 million.
9:33am
Janesville Gazette. Court: Union restrictions voided teacher retirement benefits.
4:11am
Cap Times. Plaintiffs to appeal ruling in Wisconsin voting laws case.

Education

12:36pm
UW-Madison. Tiny high-performance solar cells turn power generation sideways.
11:07am
Anthem BlueCross BlueShield. Announces one-year enrollment and graduation results of free college degree program with College for America at SNHU.
10:35am
UW-Stout. Assistant chancellor named to Baldrige board for third year.
4:36am
UW-Rock County. Scholarship recipients announced.

4:17am
Appleton Post-Crescent. FVTC Foundation eyes free tuition for 3,000 students.

Local

1:09pm
Washington Cty Administrator Schoemann. Recognized as a Top 100 Local Government Influencer.
10:57am
Milwaukee Alderman Donovan. History ought to be a lesson for Milwaukee.
10:06am
Mid-West Energy Research Consortium. Members of Congress tour M-WERC office.
9:33am
City of Milwaukee Health Department. Awarded funding from the State of Wisconsin to implement "Smoke Free Homes for Healthy Babies."
9:05am
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Hosts fundraiser run/walk.

4:16am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Green Bay considers wheel tax to fund roadwork.
4:15am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Leaders fear proposed change to road-funding formula.
4:13am
Wausau Daily Herald. County panel to revisit Karger suspension.

Congress

4:09pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on administration's secretly organized $400 million payment to Iran.
4:08pm
League of Conservation Voters. Statement on Sen. Johnson's incorrect claim that climate change hasn't been proven scientifically.
10:44am
Speaker Ryan. Statement on the administration's reported ransom payment to Iran.
9:04am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Support grows for Stronger Way Act.

10:46am
The Hill. Report: Obama administration shipped $400 million to Iran.

Politics

4:51pm
Assembly Democrats. Republicans should disavow Trump.
1:27pm
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Waukesha County Taxpayers Association endorses.
1:10pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's election year tuition gimmick fails student loan borrowers.
12:42pm
Voces de la Frontera Action. Announces endorsements for August 9th primary.
12:38pm
Taylor for 4th Senate. County Executive Chris Abele endorses.
12:37pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Jensen's group enters primary in state Senate race.
11:27am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches TV ad on Feingold saying one thing and doing another on national security.
10:55am
Lloyd for 6th Congress. Clean Wisconsin Action Fund endorses.
10:05am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. Clean Wisconsin Action Fund endorses.
9:21am
Subeck for 78th Assembly. Senator Tammy Baldwin endorses.
7:55am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Legislators and town chairmen endorse.
7:53am
Crowley for 17th Assembly. Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton endorses.
4:34am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. August 9th primary election next week not affected by courts striking down voter suppression measures.

2:44pm
WBAY. Clinton running mate Kaine to visit Milwaukee.
2:01pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Johnson, Ryan skipping Trump event.
1:00pm
Fox 11. Johnson says Trump should apologize for Khan comments.
1:00pm
La Crosse Tribune. 32nd Senate District: Democrats Shilling vs. Landry.
12:54pm
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP lawmaker, Irag vet: Not supporting Donald Trump; exchange with fallen soldier's family 'inappropriate.'
11:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Polls suggest Paul Ryan insulated from Donald Trump angst.
11:22am
La Crosse Tribune. 32nd District Senate: Republicans Kapanke vs. Sarnowski.
7:51am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson continues to attack Russ Feingold on national security.
7:44am
The Hill. Inside Ryan's primary strategy.
5:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee woman offered gift cards in return for voting.
4:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Harris has cash lead in state Senate race.
4:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: U.S. Senate | Democratic primary.
4:12am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson campaign hits Russ Feingold for earning $3 million over 34 years in office.
4:11am
WBAY. Wisconsin Republicans make 1 millionth voter contact.
4:09am
Dubuque Telegraph Herald. Republican candidates square off in primary for Wisconsin Senate District 32 seat.
4:08am
NBC News. Paul Ryan primary opponent at heart of proxy war between Trump and GOP.
4:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson questions Libertarian challenge.
4:04am
U.S. News & World Report. Paul Ryan, Wasserman Schultz to test anti-establishment mood.

Tuesday August 2, 2016

Governor

4:13pm
Sen. Nass. UW System students and families win with tuition freeze extension.
3:15pm
Rep. Wachs. Gov. Walker announces zero-growth UW System budget proposal.

12:01pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Performance-based funding for UW still a possibility in next budget.
11:46am
AP. Walker wants to maintain UW tuition freeze for 2 more years.
4:22am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker calls for extending UW tuition freeze in next state budget.

Legislative

3:57pm
Rep. Zepnick. Supports consumer protection policies that lessen predatory lending.
2:58pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Fighting the brutal, invisible crime of human trafficking.
11:10am
Rep. Sargent. To host Conversacion de la Comunidad.
10:30am
Sen. Wirch. To introduce legislation requiring insurance companies to pay death benefits.

7:06am
Racine Journal Times. At forum, legislators split on roads funding, Voter ID.
4:18am
WEAU. New law makes it illegal to talk on handheld mobile devices in a work zone.

State Agencies

3:56pm
DNR. Weekly news update.
3:14pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves nearly $1.4 million for community projects.
1:34pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Gov. Walker weakens proposed changes to manure pollution rates.
11:04am
DOT. Wisconsin takes advantage of natural waterways to support Wisconsin's economy.
10:16am
PSC. Wisconsin State Broadband Office launches high speed internet access demand survey.
9:42am
OCI. Administrative actions for July 2016.
9:18am
AG Schimel. Statement on Medical Examining Board adopting new prescription opioid guidelines.

4:17am
WJFW. DNR board to vote on deer farm fence rule.

Economy/Business

12:13pm
Cornerstone Business Services. Announces Air T, Inc. acquires Contrail Aviation Support, Inc.
8:11am
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP. Names seven associates to partnership.

4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. Bumper crop of corn likely won't ease farmers' financial pain.
4:20am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Employers: Taxes, overtime rule hurt business.
4:13am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Kohler seeks to fill 400 positions at job fair.
4:13am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Nortech to close Wisconsin plant, affecting about 50 jobs.

Statewide

2:57pm
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Welcomes Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin as newest gold founding member.
10:35am
Wisconsin Technology Council & Wisconsin Innovation Network. Value of intellectual property to economy topic of Aug. 23 Tech Council Innovation luncheon.

4:57am
Reuters. Slavery reparations sought in first Black Lives Matter agenda.

Courts

2:19pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Files notice of appeal in voter rights case.
9:43am
MacIver Institute. Files class action lawsuit against Milwaukee DA Chisholm, former Wisconsin Government Acountability Board staffers.
9:14am
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin. John K. MacIver Institute v. Francis Schmitz - class action complaint.
7:56am
AG Schimel. Files emergency motion seeking stay in voter ID case.

4:44am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Dexter man faces voting fraud charge.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Conservative group sues Milwaukee County DA. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. AG Schimel seeks to restore full voter ID law.
4:20am
Washington Post. Federal judge blocks N. Dakota's voter-ID law, calling it unfair to Native Americans.
4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. League of Women Voters 'delighted' by voter ID ruling.
4:14am
Ashland Daily Press. Wisconsin court ruling leaves local clerks uncertain about election laws.

Education

1:32pm
UW System President Cross. Column: Now is the time to stand with your UW.
12:13pm
UW-Stout. Building knowledge.
10:18am
UW-Extension. Capstone projects give University of Wisconsin online degree students vital industry experience in high growth fields.
10:17am
UW-Madison. Giant forest fires exterminate spotted owls, long-term study finds.

4:49am
Oshkosh Northwestern. University probing loan guarantee letters.

Local

12:44pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Announces 2017 buget listening sessions.
11:02am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Sheriff Clarke and book publisher reach agreement.
10:24am
MCTS. Is the blue ribbon choice for travel to the Wisconsin State Fair.

3:02pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee doesn't get grant for streetcar extension.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. NAACP, ACLU, faith groups call for police reform.
4:15am
WKOW. Soglin: demolition of Oscar Mayer site likely.

Congress

12:20pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Announces National Parks Centennial story and photo competition.
12:11pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Baldwin, Senate Dems: More to do to further strengthen education dept. rule for debt relief in higher education.
11:01am
U.S. Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson, Grassley, Ernst seek Inspector General inquiry into veteran's suicide.

Federal Agencies

3:14pm
CDC. Awards $200,000 to Wisconsin to fight Zika.

Politics

2:24pm
Odeen for 10th Senate. Russ Feingold endorses.
2:18pm
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School Poll.
1:35pm
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Endorsed by Russ Feingold.
1:07pm
Wichgers for 83rd Assembly. Current & former Muskego Aldermen endorse.
12:10pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Ron, Wisconsin Republicans make one-millionth volunteer voter contact.
11:39am
One Wisconsin Now. What does Donald Trump have to do to lose Scott Walker's endorsement?
10:31am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What they're saying: Ron and Paul Ryan tout Republican ground game.
9:50am
RPW. Hillary Clinton and Senator Feingold: Weak and dangerous on national security.
8:33am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Earns additional endorsements.

12:25pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Sen. Ron Johnson skipping Donald Trump event in Green Bay.
7:05am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin cites scapegoating, division for Donald Trump's popularity with rural, working-class voters.
6:59am
The Hill. Left turns to ballot measures to enact political change.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Taylor has yet to fix campaign report.
4:45am
Wausau Daily Herald. Things to know about Dems challenging Duffy.
4:34am
La Crosse Tribune. Bork, Pronschinske face off in 92nd Assembly Republican primary.
4:27am
Politico. Trump gives shout-out to Ryan's GOP challenger.
4:27am
TIME. Paul Ryan warns that some Republicans are flirting with progressivism.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 31st Assembly District. 
4:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. State and local elected officials brace for voter confusion this fall.
4:16am
CBS 58. Milwaukee County Clerk expects higher primary turnout compared to statewide projection.
4:14am
Fox 11. Area veterans talk Trump ahead of Green Bay visit.

Monday August 1, 2016

Governor

4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker wants to green-light east-west I-94 project.
4:30am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Governor Walker breaks ground for Kewaunee harbor project.

State Agencies

2:14pm
DNR. Join DNR staff for upcoming livechats and get ready for another fall deer hunt.
1:12pm
DATCP. Keep kids safe newsletter August 2016.
1:11pm
DHS. Forty years of client rights.
10:24am
AG Schimel. Right-to-work is law in Wisconsin.
9:44am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet at Wyalusing State Park.

7:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. After Scott Walker's office alerts farm lobby, clean water regulations scaled back.
4:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Unreliable radios are endangering safety at Green Bay prison, staff says.
4:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Brad Schimel's spokesman also campaign official.
4:26am
WISN. 4% of Wisconsin water systems exceeded contaminant limits.
4:10am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin board adopts guidelines for prescribing opioids.

Economy/Business

3:05pm
Boardman & Clark LLP. Labor & employment update.
1:43pm
WMC. Competition hot for Coolest Thing Made in WI contest manufacturing honor bestowed this October.

7:50am
Bloomberg. The fragile U.S. economy now facing a slowdown in building boom.

Statewide

1:06pm
Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters. Call for 2017-2018 Wisconsin Poet Laureate opens on August 15.
1:04pm
It's Your Water, Wisconsin. New public awareness initiative advances declaration of principles for water protection in Wisconsin.

12:56pm
WBAY. Zika travel advisory for pregnant women.
8:00am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Long-time state pork leader, Doug Wolf passes.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Debt keeping many millennials from moving away from home.

Courts

2:54pm
Sen. Taylor. Applauds election law ruling.
9:45am
Rep. Johnson. GOP election restrictions struck down as illegal voter suppression.
8:17am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Federal judge finds conservatives voting restrictions motivated by intentional racial discrimination.

1:56pm
NBC 15. Election officials in holding pattern following ruling.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge throws out limits on absentee voting, other voting restrictions. Cap Times. ABC News. 
4:23am
The Guardian. Republican-authored voting laws in Wisconsin and Kansas overturned.
4:22am
New York Times. Federal appeals court strikes down North Carolina voter ID requirement.
4:17am
WKOW. Johnson, Feingold campaigns weigh in on elections ruling.

Education

4:22pm
UW-Stout. Fab lab connection brings two Russians to Discovery Center.
3:32pm
The Wisconsin Credit Union League. Going back to school means learning money management in Wisconsin.
2:15pm
UW-Madison. UW researchers contribute to study of mammoth survival on tiny island.

1:50pm
WTMJ. Report: Wisconsin has the 5th best school system in the U.S. 
4:47am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. UW-Madison rolls out new freshman training after racial incidents.
4:11am
Cap Times. Madison School Board taking a closer look at police officers in schools.

Local

1:09pm
City of Madison. Add immunizations to your back-to-school list.
1:08pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. 2016 Mayor's placemaking and design award nominations now being accepted.
11:28am
Scale Up Milwaukee. Opens applications for Scalerator 4.

4:46am
Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan DA: Stricter gun laws needed.
4:27am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Waukesha hires Baker Tilly to control pipeline costs.

Congress

4:50am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Praise President Obama for signing GMO labeling bill.

5:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Members of Wisconsin congressional delegation seek aid for dairy industry. Wisconsin Ag Connection.

Politics

2:30pm
RPW. Wisconsin Republicans are positioned for victory up and down the ballot in 2016.
1:35pm
Buchholz for 3rd Congress. Announces "Buch the TPP" event featuring Fighting Bob Fest regular Jim Hightower.
1:13pm
Wisconsin State Senate Democratic Committee. Wisconsin veterans and families deserve better.
1:10pm
Anderson for US Senate. Ron Johnson hopes Anderson reconsiders running, concerned about effect on his re-election campaign.
10:47am
Harris for 18th Senate. Russ Feingold Endorses.
7:58am
Crowley for 17th Assembly. State Senator Chris Larson endorses.
7:56am
Harris for 6th Senate. Calls for creation of Committee on African American Affairs.
4:57am
Holtz for Superintendent of Public Instruction. Meet the candidate.
4:51am
Kremer for 59th Assembly. Invites the public to join them at a "Family Fun Day" fundraiser.

2:34pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Harley-Davidson CEO: 'Crazy' election doing damage to American companies.
2:24pm
Wisconsin Radio Network. Senator Johnson and Feingold agree to October debate.
12:14pm
Cap Times. In new ad, Feingold campaign says Johnson hurts middle, working class families.
9:09am
Janesville Gazette. Trump headed to Wisconsin as GOP leaders condemn comments.
8:13am
Racine Journal Times. Two Democrats seek Paul Ryan's House seat.
7:54am
The Hill. Scott Walker distances himself from Trump's Gold Star attack.
7:51am
The Hill. GOP confidence in Senate majority builds.
4:47am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Three Republicans vie to succeed Reid Ribble.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Four face off in GOP primary for 83rd Assembly District.
4:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Dem candidates seek change in 7th Congressional District.
4:44am
La Crosse Tribune. Election 2016: House primary pits Kind, Buchholz in race over trade.
4:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Russ Feingold faces primary in newcomer Scott Harbach.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 50th Assembly District | Democratic primary.
4:19am

Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 78th Assembly District | Democratic primary.

4:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 80th Assembly District | Democratic primary.
4:16am
Fox 11. 2 'similar' Democrats on 6th Congressional District primary ballot.
4:16am
The Guardian. Voting rights rulings could deal blow to Republicans in 2016 elections.
4:15am
Racine Journal Times. Paul Ryan challenger pushes trade, immigration issues in longshot battle.
4:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin may yet play prominent role in already wild presidential election.
4:13am
Appleton Post Crescent. Johnson campaign gets fundraising boost, but still lags Feingold.
4:12am
TIME. How Scott Walker responds to Donald Trump's feud with slain soldier's father.
4:09am
Beloit Daily News. Feingold campaigns at county fair.

 

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