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Friday August 29, 2014 - Updated 4:16pm

Governor

12:23pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker deals with double dose of bad economic news.
5:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Potawatomi up the ante in the Kenosha casino dispute.

Legislative

12:12pm
Rpe. Hulsey. Welcomes President Obama to Milwaukee for Labor Day.
11:21am
Sen. Risser. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.
9:07am
Rep. Zepnick. Letter to Marc Lasry, Wesley Edens, Marc Marotta requesting meeting.
5:21am
Sen. Gudex. Selective amnesia by liberals in Madison.

State Agencies

3:10pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Wins Milwaukee streetcar case before the Public Service Commission.
2:20pm
DATCP. When gym memberships don't work out.
2:16pm
DOJ. Omnicare Inc. to settle allegations of causing submission of false claims to Wisconsin medicaid.
2:12pm
DNR. 2014 Wisconsin fall hunting and trapping forecast is now available.
1:12pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, August 31-September 6.
12:11pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet at Wyalusing State Park.
12:09pm
DWD. Meetings and hearings, week of September 1-5.
11:31am
Survival Coalition. Letter to DHS Sec. Rhoades regarding recent changes to the federal CMS Home and Community Based administrative rule.
11:22am
DFI. Year-over-year lending up 5.1% at Wisconsin's state-chartered banks.
5:13am
DOA. GEF1 building to reopen to public on September 2.
5:12am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

5:17am
Chippewa Herald. State plan would affect local agency.

Economy/Business

10:35am
OEM Fabricators, Inc. Expands into Phillips, Wisconsin.
5:02am
DWD. State adds over 28,000 private-sector jobs during year ending in March 2014.

5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State added 28,653 jobs in the 12 month period ending in March.
5:00am
WKOW. Walker administration puts out quarterly jobs numbers after 27 News story on delay of release.
4:57am
Fox 11. Pipe fabrication company seeks 155 new employees.

Statewide

4:15pm
Ruffed Grouse Society. To host fundraiser hunt, shoot and dinner in Stone Lake, WI.
2:52pm
Ruffed Grouse Society. To host fundraiser dinner in Crivitz, WI.

Courts

5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Court orders more Doe documents sealed, others might be released.
5:03am
NBC 15. More documents related to Walker's 2012 recall campaign to be released.

Education

4:16pm
UW-Stout. Chancellor's Ice Buket Challenge brings $10,000 bid for scholarships.
1:11pm
UW-Stout. McCalmont Hall project brings new look to busy intersection.
5:23am
Carthage College. Award-winning broadcaster Mike Gousha to speak Sept. 16.

Local

4:13pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
1:14pm
City of Madison. Many 6th graders falling behind on one required vaccination.
5:20am
Friends of the Central Sands. Releases video commercials showing dropping water levels.

5:14am
Beloit Daily News. Minimum wage, health funding on ballot.

Congress

5:07am
Racine Journal Times. Activists call for $10.10 minimum wage, but Rep. Paul Ryan sees pitfalls.

Politics

2:19pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Only candidate with credibility and plan to reform how state investigates internet crimes against children.
12:13pm
DPW. Tea Party candidate for Attorney General Brad Schimel campaigns with scandal-plagued Gov. Scott Walker as both their poll numbers fall.
12:10pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker needs to go back to school on education policy.
11:20am
DPW. Scott Walker short-changes financial aid programs, 41,000 students denied grants this past year.
9:57am
Walker for Governor. $86,000: Mary Burke gave more money to President Obama than the typical family of four earns in an entire year.
9:46am
GAB. Latest recount news.

12:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke releases ad with college student.
12:19pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. In new ad, Walker cites jobs numbers from survey he once derided.
10:58am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker says GOP complacency a big concern.
10:30am
RPW. Hiding from the cameras: Mary Burke to meet with Obama privately
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama to campaign for Burke later; two won't appear together Monday.
5:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Democratic gubernatorial candidate discusses plan to move state forward.
5:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. Recount gives Pat Bomhack Democratic primary win in 17th Senate District, candidates say.
5:09am
Capital Times. Editorial: An absolutely wrong decision by Green County election officials.
4:59am
WISC. Open ballot bags questioned in 17th Senate District recount.
4:56am
WKBT. Julian Bradley gains nation attention running for secretary of state.

Thursday August 28, 2014

State Revenue

4:45pm
Sen. Farrow. Revenue estimate proves Wisconsin recovery.
4:07pm
Sen. Larson. Wisconsin GOP's budget crisis is failing Wisconsin's families and communities.
4:05pm
Sen. Lassa. Numbers show Wisconsin economy is sputtering.
3:32pm
Sen. Lehman. Statement on revenue announcement.
3:16pm
Sen. Hansen. Statement on state budget crisis.
3:09pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on new state revenue figures.
3:08pm
Sen. Jauch. Statement on the $281 million shortfall caused by Governor Walker's failed policies.
2:42pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on revenue projections.
2:42pm
Sen. Shilling. Wisconsin in budget crisis as revenues plummet $281 million.
2:39pm
One Wisconsin Now. The latest 'Wisconsin comeback' under Gov. Walker: Budget deficits.
1:59pm
Sen. Wirch. Republican policies leave state with $281 million shortfall.
1:36pm
LFB. Preliminary 2013-14 general fund tax collections.
1:18pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Revenue numbers show Wisconsin economy improving.
1:10pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on revenue projections: Wisconsin economy gets stronger.
1:07pm
DOR. Collections, fiscal year 2014.

2:44pm
Wisconsin State Journal. State faces $281 million budget shortfall.
1:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State tax collections fall $281 million short of projections.

Governor

5:54am
Sheboygan Press. Editorial: Complex trends underlie Walker casino dilemma.
5:48am
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker: Casino could cost taxpayers $100 million.

Legislative

12:39pm
Sen. Shilling. Republicans miss the bus on student loan debt relief.
11:10am
Rep. Jorgensen. Jumpstarts stalled UW-Whitewater building project.

5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Potawatomi could lose slot machines in dispute with state.
5:20am
Capital Times. Wisconsin Democrats lean on Walker to approve Menominee Hard Rock Casino. Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
5:18am
Marshfield News Herald. Legislators talk cheese, agriculture.
5:04am
Duluth News Tribune. Superior's hazmat funding cut in state shakeup.

State Agencies

1:58pm
DOJ. Green Bay man charged with first degree reckless homicide in heroin death investigation.
1:08pm
DPI. Hearing on rules for community programs and services costs.
11:02am
DSPS. Meetings, week of September 1.
10:13am
DATCP. Pack your shredder! Identity theft advice for college bound students.
5:43am
ETF. Offices closed on Monday, September 1.
5:42am
DOT. Leo Frigo Bridge repair project draft executive summary released.

5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Data shows delays statewide in investigating child porn tips.
5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Advocates call for renewed focus on domestic violence.
5:07am
Baraboo News Republic. Plan seeks domestic violence help.

Economy/Business

11:46am
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on the release of second quarter 2014 FDIC numbers.
9:59am
Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
9:57am
Bureau of Economic Analysis. GDP, second quarter 2014. USA Today.

5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Political scientist predicts more delays for GTAC mine.

Statewide

12:18pm
RENEW Wisconsin. We Energies' billing changes would restrict energy choice, mandate higher monthly charges.
10:12am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Statewide property values end five-year decline, but trends vary by county.

Courts

9:49am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Thomas W. Koeppen.

5:11am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: If that's the law, the law is wrong.
5:01am
La Crosse Tribune. Judge upholds city's rental registry, inspection program.

Education

3:26pm
Marquette University. New university president Lovell goes "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School.
11:03am
UW-River Falls. 50th Falcon Frontier Days to feature alumni gathering, concert.

Local

10:19am
Milwaukee City Clerk Owczarski. City website 'preserves' former St. Mary's Convent.

5:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. City mulls co-pays for employee health insurance.

Federal Agencies

10:28am
USDA. Enrollment for new dairy farm risk management program to begin Sept. 2.

Politics

3:33pm
DPW. #TBT to when Glenn Grothman blamed women for the gender pay gap.
2:41pm
Walker for Governor. Mary Burke called budget that left $1.5 billion deficit a "smart, responsible budget for business."
1:16pm
RPW. CNN: Burke passes on public appearance with Obama-again.
10:29am
DPW. Scott Walker's pay to play politics: Students come second in Walker's Wisconsin.
9:50am
Volunteers for Agriculture Committee. Announce legislative endorsements.

1:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unified, motivated Democratic base helping keep Walker-Burke race deadlocked.
11:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke to meet privately with Obama. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
10:38am
LA Times. Wisconsin race for governor is the tightest in the country.
5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama coming to Milwaukee for Laborfest.
5:13am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. White House: Obama to be in Milwaukee on Labor Day.
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Pat Bomhack takes lead in 17th Senate primary after recount.
5:06am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker focuses on economy as race remains tight.

Wednesday August 27, 2014

Governor

4:48pm
Menominee Nation. New study reveals more than 10,600 jobs will be created when proposed casino is approved.
4:45pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at Governor's Traffic Safety Conference.
4:02pm
Ho-Chunk Nation. Walker's financial experts predict negative impact.
2:00pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Walworth County Fair grand opening ceremony.
11:57am
Sen. Wirch; Reps. Barca, Ohnstad, Mason. Kenosha and Racine legislators, local leaders call on Gov. Walker to release study and approve Kenosha casino.
5:09am
Forest County Potawatomi Community. Statement on the 2014 state compact payment.
5:01am
Gov. Walker. Letter on proposed Kenosha Casino project and update memo from DOA Sec. Huebsch.

5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Potawatomi withhold $25 million payment to state. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.

Legislative

4:39pm
Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling, Wirch. Letter to Democratic senators regarding impending release of revenue numbers.
12:46pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: Hunting season in Wisconsin.
12:15pm
Rep. Knudson. Welcomes DWD Secretary to Hudson.

2:07pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State lawmaker comes out against high-capacity wells at proposed mega-dairy farm.
5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Legislative committee on adoption continues to hear expert testimony.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Unique provision in Wisconsin law puts brakes on crowdfunding.

State Agencies

4:41pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Meets workers, employers benefiting from Governor Walker's Wisconsin Fast Forward customized training initiative.
4:24pm
DNR. Sept. 1 marks opener for mourning dove, early teal, and early goose hunting seasons.
2:02pm
DOA. Governor Scott Walker declares September Coastal Awareness Month. Proclamation.
11:52am
DPI Supt. Evers. Column: New school year holds promise.
11:51am
AG Van Hollen. Announces "The Fly Effect" prevention campaign coming to the Badger Radio Network.

5:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Employment, training services for disabled face cloudy future.

Economy/Business

5:14am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Sealed Air getting nearly $43M for leaving N.J., Wisconsin.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gogebic's formal request for iron ore mine to be delayed.

Statewide

12:27pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Lawyer magazine targets bullying in upcoming children and the law issue.
11:50am
Quarles & Brady. S.L. Owens joins Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
10:25am
Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Long range plan urges support for domestic violence victims.
8:44am
Wisconsin Pain Coalition. Issues reminder during September-National Pain Awareness Month-that "no one needs to suffer pain in silence."
6:58am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Hospital workforce reflects Wisconsin's aging trend.

6:56am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Governor proclaims September as State Soybean Month.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Larger cities face setbacks in launching body camera programs for police.

Courts

11:54am
One Wisconsin Now. Will Gov. Walker answer the $700,000 question?
9:32am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Todd J. Giese.

8:54am
Bloomberg. Appeal judge sess tradition of racism in gay-marriage ban. Reuters.
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Could expanded John Doe legal theory undercut decision to halt probe?

Education

12:14pm
UW-Stout. Art students receive special tour at world-famous museum.
11:09am
UW-River Falls. Great Lakes Career Readiness Initiative funds paid internships.
10:28am
UW-River Falls. Sustainable Management program has three new scholarship opportunities.
9:34am
Wisconsin Budget Project. Bigger classrooms, more students in poverty pose challenges for Wisconsin students.

8:50am
Bloomberg. Obama college ratings drive wedge as state schools show support.

Local

4:01pm
Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Thanks MillerCoors for generous donation to South Shore.

5:34am
WQOW. Chippewa County looks to shift employees to a pay for performance policy.
5:33am
WKBT. Mayor's residency incentive plan gets little support.

Congress

10:26am
U.S. Reps. Kind, Sensenbrenner. Celebrate posthumous Medal of Honor for Lt. Alonzo Cushing.

8:59am
Washington Post. White House considers proposals to sharply increase legal immigration.

Politics

4:26pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Letterhead Press, Inc, in New Berlin.
2:05pm
La Crosse Tribune. Poll: Democrat Happ leads Republican Schimel.
1:59pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Marquette Law School poll.
1:56pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on latest Marquette Law School poll.
1:55pm
Marquette Law School. New poll finds Walker, Burke remain inside margin of error in Wisconsin governor's race.
11:10am
Pocan for Congress. After threat of legal action, Governor's office fulfills open records request.
9:20am
DPW. Scott Walker guts promising college affordability program.

2:09pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Marquette poll: Walker and Burke still deadlocked; Happ leads Schimel for AG.
2:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest MU poll shows Walker, Burke race still razor close.
5:26am
NBC 15. Elections board: Primary turnout was 12.7%.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: A meaningless debate between Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke.

Tuesday August 26, 2014

Governor

4:49pm
Gov. Walker. Letter on proposed Kenosha Casino project and update memo from DOA Sec. Huebsch.

Legislative

3:58pm
Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling, Wirch. Letter to DOA Sec. Huebsch requesting revenue numbers.
2:51pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Healing the wounds of our returning veterans.
12:35pm
Sen. Carpenter. PSC needs to reject We Energies' ridiculous rate restructuring.
9:30am
Rep. Shankland. To hold town hall office hours on August 28.
8:05am
Rep. Clark. Statment on the recent disclosure of Gogebic Taconite's $700,000 contribution to Wisconsin Club for Growth.
5:21am
Sen. Schultz. In Monroe, Mineral Point, and Richland Center on Thursday, August 28.

5:03am
Fox 11. Back to school: Common Core becomes hot political issue.

State Agencies

4:53pm
GAB. Certifies primary results, turnout was 12.7%
4:52pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Back to school video.
2:53pm
WHEDA. Foundation awards $355,000 in 2014 housing grants.
2:48pm
DOT. Packer travel advisory.
2:09pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces 2014 Bay Area Career Expo.
2:08pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:52pm
DOT. Construction on most major highways will be halted for Labor Day weekend.
1:51pm
DATCP. Gardeners and nurseries, watch for lily leaf beetles.
12:10pm
DATCP. Shop smart for back to school.
10:58am
DOJ. Milwaukee man sentenced for Mediciad fraud.
5:20am
DWD. Public comment period open on suggestions for UI reform.
5:19am
DOJ. La Crosse man charged with homicide for heroin death is bound over for trial.

5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State introduces new hazardous materials response plan.

Economy/Business

5:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Trade officials will meet with Chinese food buyers to push for new agricultural exports.
5:04am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin companies hold their own in exports.
5:01am
Chippewa Herald. Ashley Furniture: We will not be laying off any employees in Wisconsin or elsewhere. WKBT.

Statewide

11:00am
Wisconsin Jobs Now. Over two million Wisconsinites will have minimum wage referenda on November ballot.
5:31am
Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces Women's Equality Day Celebration to take place Tuesday, August 26th.
5:18am
One Wisconsin Now. 'PBS NewsHour' features student loan debt work for Tuesday segment.

Courts

11:48am
AG Van Hollen. Statement in the matter of Wolf, et al. v. Walker, et al. Opening Brief. Reply Brief.
11:23am
District III Court of Appeals. State v. Price G. Turner, III.

12:51pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal appeals judges appear skeptical of Wisconsin, Indiana gay marriage bans.
12:48pm
Wall Street Journal. Editorial: Hyperventilating in Wisconsin.
12:42pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Challenges to gay marriage bans: Where they stand.
5:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Federal appeals court should decline request to reinstate voter ID law.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin, Indiana set to defend gay marriage bans.
5:02am
WISN. More than 100 teachers quit, retire from Milwaukee-area school district.

Education

5:39am
UW-Madison. Campus prepares for students moving into residence halls.
5:25am
UW-Stout. New chancellor tells faculty, staff he's ready to serve them.
5:22am
UW System. President Cross calls for a 'culture of innovation and entrepreneurism' within UW to address state's needs.

5:46am
Racine Journal Times. Caledonia activists seek secession from Racine Unified School District.

Local

9:48am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Highlights dangerously-low staffing levels.
5:29am
Milwaukee Ald. Hamilton. My Brother's Keeper: City's black male achievement initiatives to be showcased.
5:27am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Eric Knepp named Madison Parks Superintendent.
5:24am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Seeks halt to 'anti solar, anti-renewable energy' We Energies rate hike.

5:43am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Advisory referendums give voice to public opinion.
5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marine Dimitrijevic creates panel to refocus Milwaukee County Board.
5:12am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Taxi companies sue to stop new law on taxis, Uber and Lyft in Milwaukee.

Congress

6:14am
The Hill. Obama to announce new measures for veterans.
6:10am
LA Times. Could a wording 'glitch' doom Obama's health care law?

Politics

1:47pm
DPW. Statement commemorating Women's Equality Day.
11:04am
Walker for Governor. Visits Melron Corporation in Schofield.
11:03am
RPW. 10 weeks until victory: The Republican team is energized and organized for victory in November.
11:02am
One Wisconsin Now. Workplace and heath care gender inequality, not jobs, making a 'Wisconsin comeback' with the regressive policies of Gov. Walker.
11:00am
Burke for Governor. Plan for higher ed, lower debt.
9:23am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin ranked 42nd in the nation for job growth when Mary Burke was Commerce Secretary.

12:53pm
Wisconsin State Journal. More than 100 ballots missing in 17th Senate District primary recount.
11:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Scott Walker: Mary Burke has poor jobs record.
5:55am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Editorial: Leibham made correct choice to concede.
5:53am
Fond du Lac Reporter. How did Leibham falter?
5:10am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Walker: Police militarization isn't a state issue.

Monday August 25, 2014

Governor

10:15am
Gov. Walker. Attends The Water Council's Small Business Forward initiative announcement.

State Agencies

2:49pm
Clean Wisconsin. DNR: WPS must comply with mercury limits.
2:01pm
DNR. Bear harvest quota increased in northwestern Wisconsin to address nuisance complaints and ag damage.
11:02am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Riverway milestone celebration set for September 14th.

5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. WEDC board OK'd Ashley Furniture getting $6 million tax credit, cutting 1,900 jobs.

Economy/Business

11:12am
bb7. Rapidly growing Madison company makes "Inc. Magazine Top 5000" list.

Statewide

1:47pm
Richie, Wickstrom & Wachs. Area firms enter into an association.
11:59am
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Off to college? Put a doctor in your student's pocket.
8:44am
Clean Lakes Alliance. Thermo Fisher Scientific and American Family Insurance partner with Clean Lakes Alliance to take action for our lakes.

5:42am
USA Today. Wis. tribe languishes as it awaits casino decision.
5:40am
USA Today. Tax refunds may get hit due to health law credits.
5:34am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Traffic deaths down across state, Green Bay area.
5:04am
USA Today. Farmers' Almanac predicts another nasty winter.

Courts

5:34am
One Wisconsin Now. Unanswered Walker Doe docs question: 'Are you still doing it?'

11:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin John Doe targets try to head off more court disclosures.
8:50am
Washington Post. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker sought help from top GOP donors for allied group.
5:55am
WBAY. Appeals court to health Wisconsin's gay marriage ban this week.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker, J.B. Van Hollen again ask court to reinstate voter ID.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker says he was unaware of $700,000 donation from mining company. Stevens Point Journal.

Education

10:47am
UW-Madison. Chancellor's Convocation to welcome students, encourage service.
10:47am
Marquette University. Announces 2014-15 theatre season.
9:50am
ASAP. UW-Milwaukee sanctions student for exercising right to petition and assemble.
9:07am
UW Extension. Wisconsin SBDC Network secures state director with demonstrated track record.
5:28am
MPS. 'Staggered start' for 3-, 4- and 5-year-old students aims to ensure successful start to school careers.

Local

5:21am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee Ald. Joe Davis proposes $100M in city bonding for new arena.
5:11am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Plans for public employee health clinic progress.

Congress

5:16am
Chippewa Herald. Ron Kind visits Darley in Chippewa Falls.

Politics

1:32pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Fox River Fiber Company in De Pere, discusses Wisconsin comeback.
11:04am
DPW. "Certainly an appearance of corruption."
10:18am
Wisconsin State AFL-CIO. Announces 2014 candidate endorsements.
10:16am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "Third in the Midwest."
10:14am
Schimel for Attorney General. Yet another Democrat endorses.
9:44am
RPW. The Wisconsin Comeback: Governor Walker's pro-growth agenda is working.
9:09am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Police militarization is un-American.
9:08am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin Restaurant Association endorses Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.
5:26am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "Wisconsin's Comeback."
5:25am
One Wisconsin Now. Two weeks after Gov. Walker's WEDC approves Ashley $6 million tax break, Ashley owners gave Walker $20,000.

5:36am
Racine Journal Times. Walker meets local campaign workers; Governor answers questions aobut donations.
5:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ashley Furniture owners gave $20,000 to Walker shortly after WEDC vote.
5:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State orders recounts in 2 primary contests.
5:15am
Beloit Daily News. Governor visits local company.
5:05am
Racine Journal Times. Ryan says he's weighing possible White House run.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New Scott Walker TV ad pushes back on job creation criticism.
4:59am
Appleton Post Crescent. Gender matters as Burke, Happ top Democratic ticket.

Friday August 22, 2014

Governor

4:30pm
Gov. Walker. Congratulates Project SEARCH graduates.
2:08pm
Gov. Walker. Announces eleven UW entrepreneurs selected for Ideadvance Seed Fund.
12:44pm
Gov. Walker. Announces plan to help filll propane tanks early for 25,000 households through state heating program.

Legislative

5:31am
Rep. Zepnick. Again proposes ideas and invites discussion on new Milwaukee Bucks arena.

5:00am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Krug urges DNR to deny high-capacity well permits.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System regents approve $95.2 million request for new state funding. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.

State Agencies

4:29pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings.
1:05pm
DOT. Get official: Use www.wisconsindmv.gov for authorized forms and information.
12:45pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of August 25.
11:38am
DWD Sec. Newson. Recognizes Milwaukee area youth for participation in Governor Walker's Summer Youth Program.
11:13am
DNR. Invites public input at Monday meeting to help set scope of review for new Enbridge pipeline proposal.
9:28am
Cooperative Network. Wisconsin's Agriculture Producer Security payments unfair to dairy industry.
8:45am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, week of August 25-29.

5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Does open meetings law apply to poll activities?

Statewide

5:01am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Latest hospital pricing date show wide variance in costs of procedures.
4:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Native American leaders emerge hopeful from EPA meetings. Capital Times.

Courts

2:48pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Frank v. Walker - Reply in support of their expedited motion to stay permanent injunction pending appeal. 

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals court puts off request to reinstate voter ID law.

Education

10:21am
UW-Madison. UW Center teams up with five states to address asphalt issues.
9:39am
UW System. President Cross raises the bar on UW System's remedial education.
5:32am
MPS. With 99.1% of positions filled, MPS seeks 44 teachers primarily in high-need areas.
5:30am
Cardinal Stritch University. College of Nursing renamed to include health sciences.

12:59pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Voucher school operator plans expansion without MPS building.
5:12am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Protesters demonstrate at regents meeting.
4:59am
Beloit Daily News. Educators, businesses join to create a 'tech incubator.'

Local

1:04pm
City of Madison. How to safely deal with bats in your living space.
12:06pm
Milwaukee Ald. Davis. A new era, a new arena-Milwaukee should become an investor in the Bucks.
8:44am
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Calls for release of findings of state review in shooting death of Dontre Hamilton.
7:44am
Austin Straubel International Airport. New business park established.

5:10am
Racine Journal Times. Bars refile case against city.
4:56am
Chippewa Herald. Regents again support Confluence project.

Congress

11:06am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To hold town hall meeting in Chilton.

Politics

3:53pm
Bomhack for State Senate. Requests recount.
3:49pm
Grothman for Congress. Thanks Sen. Leibham, looks forward to Novermber.
2:42pm
Leibham for Congress. Decides not to seek recount.
10:21am
DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation: Mission failed.

4:35pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Bomhack seeks recount in Wisconsin Senate primary.
4:33pm
WBAY. Leibham concedes Congressional primary to Grothman.
12:56pm
Eau Caire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin governor commits to 2 debates. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:46am
Portage Daily Register. Harris wants debates - 11 of them.
5:22am
WEAU. Recount begins Friday for 87th Assembly District.
5:13am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Walker touts economic policies as Oshkosh firm.
5:11am
Sheboygan Press. Leibham mulls recount request.

Thursday August 21, 2014

Governor

4:08pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at the annual Wisconsin Commercial Ports meeting. Proclamation.
2:07pm
Gov. Walker. Announces state support for WholeTrees
11:32am
Gov. Walker. Joins employee at Drew's Piggly Wiggly.

5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin asks Scott Walker to track those cut from BadgerCare.

Legislative

5:01pm
Rep. Hulsey. Column: Governor Walker's healthcare plan costs you money, healthcare. LFB Memo on Medicaid expansion. Fact sheet.
2:07pm
Rep. Krug. Disturbing news of high E. Coli levels leads to call for action.
1:19pm
Amerian Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. New report: Wisconsin falling short on policies to prevent and fight cancer.
12:58pm
Rep. Kleefisch. WCTC expansion project good for manufacturers.
11:40am
Rep. Weatherston. Receives "Working for Wisconsin" award.
10:06am
Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: Labor Day reflections show Wisconsin workers deserve better.
10:05am
Rep. Goyke. Pleased with progress of Problem-Solving Courts Study Committee.
10:03am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.
5:37am
Rep. Wright. Statement on 2014 graduates, School Choice Wisconsin claim.

5:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Local leaders say arena plans must be in place by new year.

State Agencies

4:31pm
DNR. Outdoor Report for August 21, 2014.
12:49pm
DOJ. Steven T. Trautt bound over for trial in Eau Claire County under state's sexually violent person statute.
12:28pm
AG Van Hollen, DFI Sec. Bildsten. Remind borrowers to file claims under Ocwen mortgage settlement.
12:27pm
DOJ. The Wisconsin Crime Victims Council publishes resource for jurors.
11:10am
Office of Children's Mental Health, Children's Trust Fund. Applaud the selection of Lana Nenide as Director of the Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health.
10:07am
DOJ. The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network continues to help law enforcement solve crimes.
10:02am
AG Van Hollen. Announces commitment of Jimmie Mable to treatment under Chapter 980.
5:39am
DATCP. New state law tackles confusing property deed sales mailings.
5:36am
CRG Network. Files petition for enforcement against Ozanne for violation of state campaign finance laws. Petition for Enforcement.
5:25am
DOT. Upper Mississippi River receives federal Marine Corridor Highway designation.

5:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Prison reform group apologizes to DOC for alleging it wrongfully punished inmate.
5:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Regulators release draft environmental review of proposed Badger Coulee power line.

Economy/Business

1:15pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Illinois company plans HQ move to Pleasant Prairie, adding up to 60 state jobs; neighboring firm eyes expansion.

Statewide

3:58pm
Wisconsin Unites for Marriage. Wisconsin congregations to pray for freedom to marry for same-sex couples.
3:57pm
Wisconsin Unites for Marriage. Marriage equality petition to Van Hollen: Stop the appeal.
3:55pm
Wisconsin Procurement Institute. Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs honors Wisconsin Procurement Institute.
2:10pm
National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Milwaukee attorney Deja Vishny installed to Board of Directors of nation's criminal defense bar.
2:08pm
WKOW. Announces new News Director.
1:00pm
Menominee Tribal Chairwoman Laurie Boivin. Statement on the first anniversary of federal approval for the proposed Kenosha Casino.
5:30am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin consumers can connect to health care price info at WiPricePoint.org.
5:28am
Flight for Life. To celebrate 30 years of service - seeks former patients, crew and staff.

1:13pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. All first responders should have heroin antitdote, Wisconsin panel says.
5:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers applaud USDA crackdown on false advertising.
5:02am
Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin agencies have $28M in surplus military gear.

Courts

4:05pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Court unsealing 2 dozen documents in Doe probe of campaign.
8:28am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. John R. Dade.

5:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Medial coalition wants John Doe documents unsealed.

Education

4:42pm
UW Colleges and UW-Extension. Support talent development initiative.
4:30pm
UW-Eau Claire. Regents reaffirm Confluence project support, request Towers renovation funding.
4:09pm
Marquette University. Marquette community mourns the death of alumnus and journalist James Foley.
4:05pm
UW-Stout. Chancellor Meyer supports Board of Regents state budget proposal.
4:00pm
UW System. President Cross' vision and budget plan to focus on state's economy.
3:59pm
UW-Stout. Three building renovation projects approved by Board of Regents.

Local

4:21pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. From Ferguson to Milwaukee (and beyond): Broken hearts, broken trust, broken system.
4:19pm
9to5. National Day of Action on Women's Equality Day 2014.
5:26am
Milwaukee Ald. Zieliniski. Body cameras should be included in city's 2015 budget.

5:15am
La Crosse Tribune. Trempealeau County frac sand moratorium ending.
5:13am
Beloit Daily News. Prospects for ShotSpotter dim in Beloit.
5:07am
Stevens Point Journal. County resumes domestic partner health coverage talks.
5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Supervisors reject health coverage referendum.
5:04am
Fox 11. Proposed wheel tax sent back to Appleton's finance committee.

Congress

5:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill to help first responders in Bakken oil incidents stalls in Congress.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin senators make stops, discuss economy.

Federal Agencies

10:08am
EPA. Report shows progress in reducing urban air toxics across the United States.

Politics

4:28pm
ABC Wisconsin. Endorses Gov, Lt. Gov, and AG ticket.
4:22pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Lakeside Plastics Inc. in Oshkosh.
4:02pm
Media Trackers. Susan Happ claimed habitual child molester not predator.
12:57pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker can't dispute facts of One Wisconsin Now WEDC report.
12:29pm
DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation: They broke the law and the law won.
5:25am
Schimel for Attorney General. Wisconsin Troopers endorse.

5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Liberal group pumps $737,000 in campaign against Walker.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grothman keeps narrow lead over Leibham in official canvass. WBAY.

Wednesday August 20, 2014

Governor

1:37pm
Gov. Walker. Announces DOR tax fraud detection offers relief for taxpayers.
12:47pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Walker plan is not working for Wisconsin. Letter to Gov. Walker.

6:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker's Medicaid decision costs Wisconsin taxpayers.

Legislative

3:58pm
Sen. Shilling. Column: Pay more, get less - the new "Wisconsin way."
1:54pm
Rep. Hulsey. Governor Walker, what color is the sky in your alternate healthcare world?
8:32am
Sen. Carpenter. Allow voters to select: "None of the above."

12:27pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System seeks $95.2 million hike in state funding.
12:23pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. UW wants $95 million more in next state budget.
5:24am
Racine Journal Times. A year after federal approval, legislators push governor on casino.

State Agencies

3:37pm
DOT. Packer travel advisory.
1:49pm
School Choice Wisconsin. "DPI math" shows Wisconsin's ACT scores rank last in country.
1:47pm
DOJ. Reaches $50,000 consumer protection settlement against Green Palm Vacations, Inc. and Perfekt Marketing, LLC for illegal marketing of travel club memberships.
1:14pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.
12:24pm
AG Van Hollen. To host upcoming 2014 public records and open meetings seminars.
10:49am
DHS. State reports first human West Nile virus case this year.
5:04am
MPS. Average ACT score up slightly, mirroring statewide trend.
5:03am
DPI. ACT participation, composite score up.

5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's ACT test scores keep high U.S. ranking.

Economy/Business

12:53pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Cranberry growers frustrated after feds reject production cuts.
5:35am
Fox 11. Marinette Marine ready to build more warships, if and when funding is approved.

Statewide

4:08pm
Association Management Partners & Executive Directors. Patterson elected chair of Association Societies Alliance.
3:13pm
Joesph P. Mettner Foundation. Awards scholarship to Sydney Hawthorne.
12:19pm
Michael Best & Friedrich. Attorneys named The Best Lawyers in America 2015.
9:20am
Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty. Comprehensive Wisconsin high school textbook study results.
9:18am
UW Extension. Poll: More boaters taking steps to prevent aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin.
6:07am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. BadgerCare referendums in 17 localities so far.

5:24am
Daily Reporter. Even good farming may pollute groundwater.
4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Nonprofit launches project targeting teenage dating violence.

Courts

2:25pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. National campaign for marriage equality returns to Midwest in cases likely headed to Supreme Court.
9:11am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Jerry R. Albert.
9:10am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Rebekah Mariya Nett.
9:09am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Brian Campbell Fischer.

5:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prosecutor, Doe targets again ask that documents stay sealed.
4:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge: Building, sanitary permits not burden for Amish.

Education

2:20pm
UW-Madison. Field days will focus on the flavor of organic vegetables.
12:41pm
UW-River Falls. 'Just Local' event emphasizes supporting local economy, volunteerism.
12:06pm
UW-Eau Claire. Dr. Elizabeth Glogowski receives $105,000 in grants for new polymeric materials research.
11:43am
UW-Stout. Alumnus accepted to Harvard Graduate School of Education.
11:40am
UW-River Falls. Gallery 101 opens season with UWRF Alumni Exhibition.
11:39am
UW-Stout. Criminal justice majors help police build community connection.
10:18am
UW-Madison. University spinoff aims to hit the mark precisely with brain-scanning tool.
4:57am
Marquette University. Statement on James Foley.

4:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. American killed in Syria a journalist at heart.

Local

3:17pm
Capital Area Regional Planning Commission. Report: Access to opportunity in Madison depends on where you live.

5:42am
WEAU. City leaders react to Confluence Project funding changes.
5:30am
Fond du Lac Reporter. FDL County Board won't fund health care referendum.
5:28am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: It's worth kicking the tires on wheel tax.
5:14am
Stevens Point Journal. County seeks views on BadgerCare, minimum wage.
5:12am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. City Council rejects Aspirus expansion.

Congress

2:39pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Visits Sturgeon Bay, tours local businesses creating jobs with support from Export-Import investments.
1:25pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. An Ex-Im Bank Chairman Hochberg discuss economic growth and job creation with local employers.
8:36am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To hold town hall meetings in Hurley, Ashland, and Rice Lake.

7:14am
Reuters. Boehner's troubles with House conservatives may only get worse.
5:23am
Wausau Daily Herald. Johnson discusses jobs, Iraq during Wausau visit.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Johnson: ISIS 'a gathering storm to strike America.'

Federal Agencies

4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tribal leaders will ask EPA to halt mining activity this week.

Politics

3:57pm
Wisconsin State AFL-CIO. Endorses Susan Happ for Attorney General.
11:42am
RPW. Walker wins 31% of vote in Democratic straw poll.
10:19am
Walker for Governor. How would Mary Burke make up $3 billion in savings generated from Act 10?
9:40am
DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation: Dude, where's our money?
5:04am
Walker for Governor. Statement in response to Mary Burke comments.

5:44am
WISC. Wittwer declares victory in close 17th Senate primary.
5:40am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker on Medicaid: Dems 'living in alternate universe.'
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Paul Ryan: We must get beyond the 'politics of emotion.'
4:53am
La Crosse Tribune. Local democrats rally to support Happ for AG.
4:47am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Mary Burke: Walker's job creation numbers are 'easy to belittle.'
4:44am
Chippewa Herald. Counties report no big changes in primary results.

Tuesday August 19, 2014

Governor

5:06pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at groundbreaking ceremony for CVTC Energy Education Center.

5:07am
Wausau Daily Herald. Medicaid refusal is the 'Wisconsin way,' Walker says.

Legislative

4:04pm
Rep. Ripp. Encourages 2015 grant applications.
4:02pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Disappearing bees are cause for concern.
1:53pm
Kenosha and Racine Area Delegation, Wisconsin Legislature. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding casino study.
12:18pm
Rep. Nass. UW-Eau Claire Confluence Project - not moving forward in UW System budget process.

State Agencies

3:14pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson highlights Governor Walker's Wisconsin Fast Forward initiative during visit to Racine employer.
2:21pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $26 million in trust fund loans.
2:21pm
DNR. Weekly news.
11:39am
Wisconsin Homeland Security Council. State of Wisconsin hosts annual cyber security summit.
9:25am
AG Van Hollen. Column: Wisconsin's Sexual Assault Response Team: A national leader in improving victim response.
5:16am
DOT. Governor Walker recognizes Wisconsin rest area maintenance crews.
5:12am
DATCP. St. Croix horse contracts West Nile Virus; Wisconsin horse owners urged to vaccinate.

1:10pm
WKOW. WEDC is marketing industrial properties owned by Walker donors.

Economy/Business

1:21pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Anthem's Schreiber says new statewide hospital network can deliver 10% savings.
1:17pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Power line project could cost up to $580 million.

Statewide

2:09pm
Dairy Business Association. Announces new Executive Director of Business Affairs.
9:28am
Little Creek Press. Nursing America's ailing democracy back to health.
9:27am
Wisconsin Women's Network. Announces Women's Equality Day Celebration to take place Tuesday, August 26th.

5:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin gets large grant to train for Bakken tanker incidents.
5:05am
USA Today. $245,340: Cost of raising a child born in 2013.

Courts

9:32am
District I Court of Appeals. Joseph Hirschberg Revocable Living Trust v. City of Milwaukee.

3:22pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal appeals court adds Wisconsin voter ID hearing.
6:15am
The Hill. Lawyers argue O-Care case should go straight to Supreme Court.
5:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Judges in Barron County introduce first-of-its-kind restitution court.
5:04am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Unknown parties want Doe documents to stay secret.

Education

12:16pm
UW-Stout. Liberian helping country battle Ebola after returning from U.S.
11:42am
American Federation for Children. 41 Days of School Choice: Day 12 - celebating the grandfather of opportunity scholarship programs.
10:10am
UW Extension. UW Field Day tour focuses on greenhouse gases and crop management.
10:08am
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School poll.

5:10am
Chippewa Herald. Regents consider new way for Confluence funding.
5:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison researcher testing noninfectious Ebola strain for possible treatment.

Local

9:48am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. To Mayor Barrett: Quit deceiving the public - there are no extra patrols!
9:42am
Housing Initiatives. To hold "Hope for the Homeless" fundraiser Thursday.

5:06am
Racine Journal Times. Voters could advise on minimum wage.

Congress

12:19pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Visits Marinette Marine.

1:08pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Baldwin visits Marinette after criticism of LCS program.
5:29am
WJFW. Sen. Baldwin tours mill & flooring facilities, hears concerns of national forest harvest levels.
5:01am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Ethics panel extends misconduct review of Petri.

Federal Agencies

9:47am
SF Gate. U.S. won't reveal records on health website security.

Politics

1:04pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Robinson Metal, Inc. in De Pere.
9:33am
DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation: Does anyone even want to work there?
5:16am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Which state legislative and statewide candidates on the November 4th ballot support non-partisan redistricting reform?

1:16pm
Chippewa Herald. Last in GOP primary, Van Doren back in House race as write-in.
5:09am
Beloit Daily News. Spreitzer may serve on council and Assembly.
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Wisconsin voters will get a dogfight.
5:02am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Happ emphasizes 'connecting with everybody.'
5:00am
Sheboygan Press. Potential recount wouldn't be a first for Leibham.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In new book, Ryan reconsiders approach, back inclusiveness. Wisconsin State Journal.

Monday August 18, 2014

Legislative

4:03pm
Rep. Nygren. Column: Medicaid decision was the right one.
3:35pm
Health Watch Wisconsin. Medicaid fiscal fiasco: The cost to Wisconsinites keeps rising.
2:49pm
Rep. Knudson. State and local business leaders honor Knudson, praise pro-growth voting record.
1:14pm
Sen. Darling. Medicaid memo asks wrong question.
1:03pm
Rep. Mason. Urges the Racine City Council to support minimum wage referendum.
12:05pm
Sen. Schultz. Warns business owners of new credit card scam.
11:50am
Sen. Shilling. GOP health care rationing to cost Wisconsin taxpayers $500 million.
9:59am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. New state BadgerCare numbers reveals local costs.
5:42am
Community Advocates. Governor Walker and Legislature should fix half billion dollar BadgerCare mistake.

4:59am
Chippewa Herald. Medicaid expansion would have saved state $206 million. Marshfield News Herald. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

State Agencies

3:32pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Statement on BLS' July 2014 state-by-state employment report.
3:02pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Native voices share earth ethics, philosophy, history.
2:47pm
DOJ. Seeks to commit Herbert E. Droste for treatment.
1:58pm
GAB. 2014 partisan primary recounts possible.
10:29am
DATCP. Apply now for grants to grow local food markets.
10:00am
WEDC. Historic Baraboo theater to receive $635,000 in state tax credits.

5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR considers allowing loggers to harvest more timber from state land.
5:00am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Questions linger in DOJ settlement.

Economy/Business

5:21am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Kapco looks to hire 100 in Grafton by doubling the size of manufacturing plant.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cheesemaker stops making popular raw-milk cheese because of pending regulations.

Statewide

2:41pm
Wisconsin Medical Journal. A dangerous gap in the emergency care of student-athletes: Wisconsin high school coaches lack CPR certification.
11:36am
Annual Forward Festival. Focuses on 'Next Big Thing.'
5:39am
Military Order of the Purple Heart Department of Wisconsin. Patriot Jason Johns elected by MOPH national membership to the office of National Judge Advocate.

3:34pm
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Drought monitor shows Wisconsin getting dry again.
1:12pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Following record crops, Wisconsin's cranberry harvest this year will be back to normal.
5:28am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin media, cities compromise on records.

Courts

5:12am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin drug courts grow, but racial disparities persist.

Education

2:49pm
UW-Stout. Meyer's first day as chancellor includes meetings and greetings.
5:40am
MPS. All students at 156 MPS schools will be able to receive a healthy breakfast, lunch at no charge.

5:31am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Amidst turmoil, educators move forward with Common Core.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In wake of Act 10, school districts changing teacher pay formulas.

Local

1:42pm
Village of Richfield. Villiage residents see new face at polling location.

1:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin officials consider adopting wheel tax.
5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Dane County closer to adopting fair maps.

Congress

3:05pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Politics

4:31pm
Walker for Governor. Visits CTECH Manufacturing in Weston.
4:02pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Rescinds endorsement of Ashton Kirsch.
1:44pm
Van Doren for Congress. Ken Van Doren to run for Congress as Independent in November.
1:43pm
Burke for Governor. "July"...there's more to the story.
1:40pm
One Wisconsin Now. They're back: wealthy private school voucher boosters fill GOP politician's campaign coffers.
1:06pm
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Endorses Susan Happ for Attorney General.
1:05pm
Kremer for Wisconsin. Newly elected 59th Assembly District representative ready to start work.
12:03pm
DPW. Walker's economic disaster corporation: Party up front, business in the back.
11:35am
RPW. Video: Mary Burke attacks the Wisconsin comeback.

5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke try to drum up support amid August doldrums.
5:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Attorney general candidates have different takes on addressing gun violence.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gas tax increase for road work? Scott Walker, Mary Burke leave door open.
4:57am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker-Burke race will catch bulk of attention, dollars this fall.
4:54am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Voters have responsibility to be informed.

Friday August 15, 2014

Governor

5:01am
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker on Missouri violence: Justice is color blind.

Legislative

9:11am
LAB. Report: Wisconsin Lottery.

State Agencies

3:33pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, August 17-23.
12:41pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Dane County animal rendering facility to pay $27,500 in forfeitures, fees, and costs.
12:39pm
DOT. Merrimac ferry scheduled for maintenance August 19.
11:29am
DPI Supt. Evers. Announces Community Learning Centers grant recipients.
10:50am
DWD. Meeting and hearings, week of August 18-22.
10:21am
Wisconsin Arts Board. Announces new appointee.
10:08am
DOR. Equalized values report released.

Economy/Business

5:08am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. New Skyward HQ would be tax-free in exchange for jobs.

Statewide

12:41pm
Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. Wisconsin's 2014 cranberry crop projected to be smaller, at 5.4 million barrels.
11:52am
State Bar of Wisconsin. Helpful reminders for incoming college freshman on the move.
10:03am
Wisconsin Rural Water Association. Hosts 13th Annual Outdoor Expo.
5:40am
Cornucopia Institute. USDA clips wings of misleading organic marketers.

5:45am
LA Times. Shoddy U.S. roads and bridges take a toll on the economy.
5:01am
Duluth News Tribune. Soldiers from Superior-based Guard unit to deploy to Afghanistan.

Education

10:15am
UW-Stevens Point. To go tobacco-free Aug. 25.

Local

6:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison utility customers will receive $6.7 million refund.
5:14am
Sheboygan Press. Inputting delays, glitches blamed for late election returns.
5:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. Former Rep. Tamara Grigsby coming back to Madison to work for county exec.
5:09am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wausau residents to vote on new government.

Congress

5:29am
WEAU. Senators trying to block U.S.P.S. plan to shut down processing plants.

Politics

2:58pm
DPW. State Senate Democratic Committee: "Women in the Senate" seek to make history.
2:56pm
Walker for Governor. Visits HyPro in Platteville.
9:34am
Pocan for Congress. Governor Walker continues to ignore open records request on his travel.
9:30am
DPW. Flashback Friday - Walker promises 5.5% unemployment rate by Labor Day.

5:31am
WAOW. Mary Burke campaigns in central Wisconsin.
5:28am
WQOW. 52 of 99 Assembly seats will go uncontested in November election.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP lawmakers recruit lobbyists for door-to-door visits.
5:11am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Harris kicks off Dem campaign in 6th District.
5:09am
Stevens Point Journal. AG candidates Schimel, Happ clash on big issues.
5:04am
Wisconsin State Journal. Once-sleepy attorney general race revs up.

Thursday August 14, 2014

Governor

4:41pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates 100 years of Holz Motors. Proclamation.
1:37pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at Freight Industry Summit.
1:07pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Wisconsin Nursery and Landscape Association Summer Field Day and Trade Show.

Legislative

1:52pm
Sen. Harris Dodd. Invest to make Wisconsin more dementia-friendly. Letter to DHS Sec. Rhoades.
1:04pm
Council of State Governments. Rep. Amy Loudenbeck completes regional leadership institute.
11:25am
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce. Rep. Ripp receives state chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
10:55am
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce. Sen. Olsen and Rep. Ballweg receive state chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
10:52am
Sen. Wirch. Weekly Democratic radio address: protect our state's drinking water.

State Agencies

4:07pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:52pm
DOJ. La Crosse man charged with homicide for heroin death.
12:53pm
DWD. Wisconsin employment & unemployment estimates announced: June revised, July preliminary.
11:26am
DSPS. Meeting notices for the week of August 18, 2014.
9:58am
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Natural Resources Board decision weakens citizen voices in environmental protection.

1:32pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Elections agency rejects lawmakers' request.
1:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State jobless rate ticks slightly higher in July.
1:28pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State plans to halt aerial spraying for gypsy moths.
5:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Study: state workers get richer benefits than national average.
5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. EPA to impose pollution rules if Wisconsin doesn't make changes in two years.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Hollen says he regrets calling supervisor a 'rogue employee.'

Economy/Business

4:37pm
Integrys Energy Group. Declares dividend on common stock.

5:50am
Ashland Daily Press. BNSF pledges more coal to avoid winter power shortage.
5:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Great Lakes, seaway shipping continue comeback after disastrous spring.

Statewide

10:53am
Wisconsin Medical Society. La Crosse's 'food desert' brought to light in WMJ.
10:00am
MacIver Institute. Survey: 83% of Wisconsinites believe employees should have the right to leave their union without penalty.
9:05am
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Inaugural Women's Health Leader Awardees announced.

3:18pm
Reuters. Shaken by polar vortex, U.S. braces for propane supply glitches.
1:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin drivers spend more than 7 million hours in traffic jams.
5:24am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Let the people vote their choice.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA decision could boost use of popular herbicide.
5:04am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: More must be done to protect state's water supply.

Courts

1:35pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts three new cases.

4:54am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Federal judge: State voter ID law stays blocked. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

4:10pm
UW System. Co-hosts listening reception with African-American and Latino leaders of Dane County.
2:55pm
UW-River Falls. Again named a 'Best in the Midwest' university by the Princeton Review.
9:41am
MPS. At 16, MPS grad is off the the Ivy League.
9:22am
UW-Madison. New analysis links tree height to climate.
9:02am
UW Extension. Sustainable Management Program announces three new scholarship opportunities.

Local

1:05pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Milwaukee County deadbeat dad arrested in California.
9:51am
City of Madison. Captured mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus.

5:56am
Fox 11. Appleton committee approves wheel tax.
5:47am
Superior Telegram. County  considers urging state to lend support to UWS.
4:56am
Stevens Point Journal. City says $20M deal with Skyward will pay off.

Congress

2:51pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. And local business coalition call on Congress to close corporate offshore tax loopholes.

Politics

4:38pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on new job numbers.
2:56pm
DPW. What Scott Walker fails to understand about his radical war on women.
2:53pm
RPW. Wisconsin is back on, more jobs created under Scott Walker.
12:49pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Releases first campaign ad.
11:24am
Walker for Governor. Politifact: Scott Walker says Wisconsin tops its neighbors in income growth - true.
10:56am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Libertarian candidates begin general election campaign.
8:04am
Common Cause of Wisconsin. State Rep. Scott Walker introduced bill requiring all out-of-state groups to report source of funds.

1:36pm
Wisconsin State Journal. AG hopefuls bring night-and-day perspectives.
12:54pm
Wisconsin Election Watch. 6th District Congress: 1,259 absentee ballots remain outstanding in deadlocked race.
5:45am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Horlacher likely shoo-in for 33rd Assembly District seat.
5:43am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Hebert to run against Jorgensen in 43rd Assembly District Nov. 4.
5:22am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Mistake muddies 87th Assembly election's waters.
5:18am
Beloit Daily News. Spreitzer on his way to legislature.
5:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Likely recounts loom following tight races.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker, Mary Burke hit the road to campaign day after primaries.
4:56am
Marshfield News Herald. Recount likely in 87th Assembly District primary.
4:53am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Harris challenges GOP opponents to debates.

Wednesday August 13, 2014

Governor

4:44pm
Gov. Walker. Announces launch of FFLIGHT.

Legislative

2:30pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: The 127th Dodge County Fair.

State Agencies

4:46pm
DWD. Celebrates and congratulates winners of the annual Wisconsin Corporate Safety Awards.
4:45pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Klondike Cheese Company in Monroe example of how employees with disabilities can help employers succeed.
2:56pm
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves plan for protection, management of Green Bay west shore wildlife and natural areas.
11:39am
DCF. Lac du Flambeau and Department of Children and Families sign Title IV-E agreement.
11:37am
DOT. New report shows effects of traffic congestion on travel times.
10:57am
DOR. Former day care operator sentenced for tax fraud.
10:35am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves conditions of antlerless permit issuance through Deer Management Assistance Program.
9:26am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves 2014 migratory bird hunting seasons.
9:14am
DNR. Natural Resources Board approves 2014 crossbow deer hunting season.
9:13am
DVA. Announces La Crosse Veterans Benefits Expo.
8:31am
WEDC. Website ranked No. 3 in U.S. for economic development information.
6:33am
PSC. Announces next round of Broadband Expansion Grants.
5:12am
ETF. Preliminary WRS performance returns.

4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Natural Resources Board will consider tweaking agency's policy review process.

Economy/Business

2:55pm
RENEW Wisconsin. WPS proposes "Robin Hood in Reverse" pricing change.

Statewide

1:45pm
Michael Best & Friedrich. Awarded the Wellness Counsel of America's Gold Well Workplace Award.
12:42pm
Wisconsin Legislative Strategies. Announces addition of Chad M. Lawler as a Senior Associate and director of Veterans Benefits Law Division.

Education

11:38am
UW-Stout. Camp helps foster care teens begin to prepare for college.

Local

1:44pm
Racine Mayor Dickert. To introduce compromise on sign ordinance.

10:20am
Chippewa Herald. Wheel tax in a spin as opposition to $10 per vehicle tax is voiced.
5:40am
Wausau Daily Herald. 1 million gallons of manure dumped in wetland.

Congress

4:02pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on BNSF's plans to ship adequate coal supplies.

Politics

3:50pm
DPW. Re-launch BurkevsWalker.com
3:00pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Susan Happ starts general election campaign with negative attack.
2:58pm
Grothman for Congress. Statement on unofficial election results.
2:58pm
Kurtz for Congress. Thanks supporters, ready for general election.
2:32pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Marten Machining in Stevens Point.
1:42pm
GAB. Recounts for the August 12 partisan primary.
12:39pm
Racine County Republican Party. Moves forward stronger.
11:36am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker hiding details of latest ad.
10:36am
RPW. Walker-Kleefisch administration: Leading the way on worker training and job creation.
10:21am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Building momentum towards a Democratic Senate majority.
10:13am
American Federation for Children. Congratulates Wisconsin school choice champions on their primary victories.
10:11am
Tiffany for State Senate. Statement on primary results in the 21st state Senate District.
7:47am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "It's working."
5:31am
Grothman for Congress. Statement on election results.
5:31am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Wins Republican primary.
5:30am
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on Democrat AG primary election results.
5:17am
DPW. Statements on: Susan Happ's primary win. Kelly Westlund's primary win. 6th Congressional District race. Rob Zerban's primary win.
5:14am
Republican Governors Association. Statement on the Wisconsin gubernatorial primary.
5:13am
Burke for Governor. Wins nomination.
5:13am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. BadgerCare and minimum wage referendums will be on the November ballot throughout Wisconsin.

2:39pm
Baraboo News Republic. Kirsch wins big in 81st Republican primary.
2:38pm
Baraboo News Republic. Considine leads in Assembly race.
12:49pm
Fox 11. 6th Congressional District race within recount margin.
12:48pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Assembly candidate anticipates recount.
12:05pm
Wausau Daily Herald. 6th District recount imminent after late surprise.
12:03pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker launches ad, says voters have clear choice.
11:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Statewide turnout may be as low 10% -- vote for Gov. Scott Walker still unknown.
10:19am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Vos says state Assembly will be more conservative.
10:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 6th District race still up in air as Grothman leads Leibham by 215 votes.
8:32am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke gives Wisconsin Democrats a new approach.
6:10am
The Hill. Controversial senator ices opponents in crowded primary.
6:04am
Washington Post. With Burke's win, the three biggest months of Scott Walker's political career begin.
5:42am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Dana Duncan leader in 72nd District primary.
5:41am
Marshfield News Herald. Noble headed for defeat in 87th Assembly primary.
5:36am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Ringhand wins Democratic Senate nomination.
5:36am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Sartori wins Democratic primary for treasurer.
5:28am
Appleton Post Crescent. Rohrkaste emerges in GOP field to succeed Kaufert.
5:27am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Republicans pick Steffen in Assembly District 4.
5:21am
Racine Journal Times. Big primary win projected for Vos.
5:20am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin primary election: Complete state results.
5:05am
Racine Journal Times. Ryan to again face Zerban.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Allen, Brostoff, Wanggaard, Bowen win legislative primaries.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Some Wisconsin legislative races too close to call.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. Susan Happ wins Democratic attorney general primary. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:57am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Grothman leads 6th District primary. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:53am
Ashland Daily Press. Westlund, Bewley and Meyers hold big leads.
4:53am
Chippewa Herald. Duffy, Westlund win primary nominations.
4:52am
Racine Journal Times. Lehman to win lieutentant governor primary.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke easily defeats Hulsey in Democratic Primary for governor. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:45am
Racine Journal Times. Wanggaard headed for victory.
4:42am
Chippewa Herald. Mueller loses close Chipppewa County race to Kurtz.
4:41am
La Crosse Tribune. Kurtz wins three-way GOP primary for 3rd House district.
4:39am
La Crosse Tribune. Bradley wins GOP primary for Secretary of State.

Tuesday August 12, 2014

Governor

4:13pm
Hearts for Healing. Statement regarding proclamation declaring August 13 "Purple Hearts for Healing Day."
4:11pm
Gov. Walker. Issues proclamation declaring "Purple Hearts for Healing Day" in honor of Waukesha girl. Proclamation.
11:44am
Gov. Walker. Kicks off Wisconsin Farm Technology Days.

Legislative

3:33pm
Sen. Lassa. Farm Technology Days showcase local agriculture.
2:30pm
Sen. Lassa. Lag in consumer spending slows Wisconsin's economy.
12:30pm
Rep. Wright. Attends Wisconsin Farm Technology Days.
11:49am
Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association. Announces "Community Health Centers Friend" legislative award recipients.
9:50am
Rep. Skowronski. Statement on successful Silver Alert.
9:48am
Sen. Carpenter. Voting for best candidate in primaries should be allowed.

5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New residence halls on hold at UW-Eau Claire, UW-Whitewater.

State Agencies

2:32pm
DWD. Secretary urges employers to apply for $8 million in customized worker training grants through Wisconsin Fast Forward.
1:10pm
DNR. Weekly news.
12:07pm
DFI. Lending, net income continue to rise for Wisconsin credit unions.

4:07pm
Fox 11. Wisconsin's state health plan among richest.
8:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Pay raise OK'd for Wisconsin prison guards after union issue resolved.

Economy/Business

1:57pm
Wisconsin Farmer's Union. Cautions against free trade's false promises.

5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Labor wary of Trans-Pacific trade agreement.

Statewide

3:35pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Names Achievement Award finalists.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Fair. 2014 Wisconsin State Fair another one for the record books.

2:05pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Record crops predicted; farmers market carefully.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Toledo is a reminder that state must do more to curb runoff pollution.
5:00am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin State Fair attracts 1 million again, and they down more cream puffs than ever.

Courts

9:52am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. John J. Balistrieri.
9:51am
District III Court of Appeals. Scott D. Winston v. Thomas K. Guelzow.

Education

3:33pm
UW-Stout. Signed Ansel Adams print donated to Stout University Foundation.

Local

2:19pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. City kicks off economic strategy with events to gather input.
12:09pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Kenneth Germanson to receive 2014 Frank P. Zeidler Public Service Award.
8:57am
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. 2014 County Executive Award winners announced.
7:17am
Tenant Resource Center. Five steps for a good moving day.

5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Dane County officials weigh changes to how legislative districts are drawn.
4:58am
Appleton Post Crescent. Appleton unable to find shelter for border children.

Congress

2:10pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Johnson decries national debt, Social Security solvency during tour.

Federal Agencies

1:09pm
The Hill. HHS warns 300K: Send documents or lose Obamacare coverage.

Politics

10:31am
DPW. Voters will reject Scott Walker's attacks on democracy.

7:14am
WBAY. Burke brushes off primary, Hulsey campaigns in last-ditch effort.
5:40am
Reuters. Recall a thing of the past in race against Wisconsin's Walker.
5:14am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Burke shares strategies for stronger state.
5:13am
Oshkosh Northwestern. 6th Congressional District, attorney general top primary ballot.
5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Low turnout expected for Tuesday's high-stakes primaries.
5:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2014: Attorney general, fate of state Senate top primary races.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Primary sets stage for Wisconsin Senate battle.
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. In rare move, state Senate leaders have endorsed candidates for open seats.

Monday August 11, 2014

Governor

5:19am
Gov. Walker. Honors veterans and military personnel at State Fair.

5:03am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Educators oppose Walker's call to dump Common Core.

Legislative

10:21am
Sen. Gudex. Honored with "Working for Wisconsin" award.

State Agencies

1:47pm
DOT. Statewide crackdown on drunken driving begins Friday.
11:48am
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces plans for Central Wisconsin Career Expo.
5:21am
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces steps the state is taking to assist workers.

5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin tourism ad to feature Badgers coach Ryan.

Economy/Business

3:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wages have yet to recover from recession, study shows.

Statewide

11:03am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Announces new hire, expansion of ed reform program.
6:54am
MacIver Institute. Study: High tax burden is driving people out of Wisconsin.

11:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin among the cheapest for driving a car, survey says.
5:18am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Roads and bridges won't pay for themselves.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Poison algae that hit Toledo often found in Wisconsin lakes.
5:01am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Voter ID ruling creating confusion for primary.
4:57am
Sheboygan Press. EPA: Green Bay waters could be ripe for harmful algae.

Education

3:11pm
UW-Madison. A global temperature conundrum: Cooling or warming climate?
3:10pm
UW-Stevens Point. Partnership rolls out UW-Stevens Point's RiverPoint Paper nationwide.
1:49pm
Marquette University. Business professor honored with teaching excellence award.

Local

1:46pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. 52 communities competing for energy efficiency: Georgetown University Energy Prize selects competitors to advance to the quarterfinals.
5:20am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Holds budget town hall meetings.

5:33am
CBS 58. Mayor announces employment sessions for laid-off Cargill workers.
5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. New fee aims to charge developers for subdivisions that extend urban boundaries.
4:59am
Racine Journal Times. Budget cuts possible locally.

Politics

3:35pm
DPW. One step closer to victory in November.
3:01pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Superior Lidgerwood Mundy Corp. in Superior.
11:31am
Walker for Governor. Visits Printpack in Rhinelander.

4:07pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Hang in there, Nov. 5 will get here.
3:39pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Moore faces ex-state senator's challenge in bid for another term.
11:21am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attorney general, congressional races top primary.
11:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke disagree over federal funds for Medicaid expansion.
5:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republican candidates looking to unseat Ron Kind want to roll back Affordable Care Act.
5:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats running for treasurer want the office to have expanded role.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats in attorney general primary all claim greater electability.
5:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 3 Democrats square off to succeed Tim Cullen in Senate.
5:09am
Chippewa Herald. Three Republican vie for chance to challenge Kind.
5:08am
Beloit Daily News. Senate candidates say more jobs needed.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Candidates in 6th District GOP primary stress differences.
5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mary Burke rejects most of Scott Walker's dramatic environmental makeover.
5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Walker energizes base during Manitowoc campaign stop.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fliers shake up 19th Assembly District race.

Friday August 8, 2014

Governor

3:17pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Koehne Chevrolet Buick GMC dealership groundbreaking.
9:41am
Gov. Walker. Announces expanded, innovative programs in support of improved mental health care.

Legislative

5:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Memo: Wisconsin students can't get higher ed grants because of depleted funds.
5:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. On-campus boarding still over capacity; state delays residence hall construction.

State Agencies

3:11pm
DNR. Friends of Poynette Game Farm to host Learn to Hunt pheasant programs.
3:10pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings.
3:02pm
DCF. New program to help prepare former foster youths for jobs.
12:18pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Breaks sales record for third straight year.
11:59am
WEDC. Wisconsin water sector's strengths to be highlighted at national trade show.
11:34am
DSPS. Meetings for the week of August 11, 2014.
8:54am
DWD. Meetings and hearings - August 11-15.

Economy/Business

12:56pm
Superior Telegram. Sandpiper hearing does little to clear up pipeline's future.
12:37pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Epic Systems' dominance challenged by competitor's $1.3B acquisition.

Statewide

2:50pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. Executive Director heads National Association of Bar Executives.
12:11pm
Wisconsin Farmer's Union. Hires Zachary Hernstadt as Government Relations Associate.
9:57am
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Museum of Valor. Police heroes museum group launches website to rave reviews.

5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: President Barack Obama, Gov. Scott Walker tax their credibility.
5:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: More health care coverage, though not enough.
5:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Groups launch effort to build support in Wisconsin for gay marriage.

Courts

12:59pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Documents: Top Walker aide at odds with DA after first Doe launched.
10:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker 'War Room' documents released.
9:17am
Bloomberg. Wall Street campaign-cash restrictions face legal attack.
5:16am
Chippewa Herald. John Doe documents set for Friday release.

Education

4:30pm
UW Extension. Agronomy/Soils Field Day scheduled for Aug. 27 at Arlington Research Station.
1:25pm
UW-Madison. Water's reaction with metal oxides opens doors for researchers.
11:32am
UW-Stout. Former professor receives group's lifetime achievement award.
9:42am
UW-Madison. McKenna to retire from Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
8:56am
UW-River Falls. To prepare math and science educators through Nocye Scholarship Program.

Local

12:19pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Road closures for USA Triathlon National Championships.

5:11am
Beloit Daily News. County may place referendum urging Obamacare cooperation.
5:06am
Stevens Point Journal. County considers minimum wage referendum.

Congress

4:26pm
Streobel for Congress. Unveils endorsement list.
2:34pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Tours local VA hospital, holds listening session with hospital officials.

5:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressman wants Bakken oil stabilized before being shipped by rail.
5:01am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Johnson: Time to 'ween off' government.

Politics

4:25pm
Grothman for Congress. Earns conservative endorsements.
1:04pm
Bewley for State Senate. AFT-Wisconsin and Citizen Action of Wisconsin endorse.
1:00pm
Wanggaard for State Senate. Rep. Jesse Rodriguez endorses.
12:57pm
Burke for Governor. Scott Walker's definition of "momentum."
12:28pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Endorses Jon Richards in Democratic primary for A.G.
11:57am
Walker for Governor. Visits New Tech Metals, Inc. in New Franken.
10:00am
Wanggaard for State Senate. Supported by over 100 conservative leaders.

5:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republican candidates for state treasurer offer differing visions for office in flux.
5:13am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Demcratic primary pits 'progressive,' 'Bid is Bad' advocate.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Politico calls Mary Burke 'The woman who could beat Scott Walker.'
5:09am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. District 72 Dem. candidate Tom Rayome discusses plans
5:07am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Dana Duncan seeks District 72 Democratic nomination.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Opponents take swipes at Sen. Glenn Grothman at candidate forum.
5:03am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Sen. Ron Johnson: 'I'm a huge supporter' of Walker.
5:02am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker rallies GOP troops in Green Bay.

Thursday August 7, 2014

Governor

2:41pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Kenosha County judge.
2:36pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Green Lake County district attorney.
11:18am
Gov. Walker. Announces new Wisconsin state parks, forests and trails app.
5:13am
Gov. Walker. Hosts Governor's Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction and Meat Products Auction at the Wisconsin State Fair.

5:08am
Wausau Daily Herald. State OKs $5.3M for Wausau, Green Bay medical schools.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker expresses concerns about Obama's use of executive orders.

Legislative

3:41pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Commends Middleton businesses on dementia-friendly training.
2:43pm
Rep. Young. Named "Environmental Champion" by Sierra Club.
2:26pm
Rep. Goyke. Commemorates Purple Heart Day 2014.
2:24pm
Rep. Kaufert. In God We Trust plate reaches fundraising goal.
2:17pm
Sen. Taylor. Vote - It's your voice.
2:06pm
Rep. Bies. Named "Legislator of the Year" by state's largest law enforcement group.
9:51am
Rep. Hintz. Asks Walker why UW building projects have stalled.

4:50am
WBAY. New sex offender living restrictions urge state lawmakers to act.

State Agencies

4:07pm
DOJ. Milwaukee resident Stuart Nisenbaum bound over for trial and arraigned on eleven counts of fraudulent writings in mortgage rescue scam.
3:42pm
DOJ. Former Lake Geneva Utility Commission employee sentenced for theft.
3:35pm
OCI. Administrative actions - July 2014.
12:21pm
DOJ. Milwaukee resident Adrianne N. Royal sentenced for making false statement to obtain unemployment benefits.
12:05pm
DPI. Wisconsin charter schools to receive $8.17 million in grants.
8:59am
OCI. Commissioner Nickel named to Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance (FACI).
8:57am
DVA. August 7 is Purple Heart Day in Wisconsin.

4:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin tribes refuse to sit on state Mining Impact Board.

Economy/Business

10:14am
Bureau of Economic Analysis. Personal consumption expenditures by state, 1997-2012.

10:13am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Consumer spending in Wisconsin lags that of nation.
5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Opportunity still exists in state for defense contracts.
5:05am
Capital Times. Report: State economy in worse shape because of tax cuts.
4:52am
Superior Telegram. Kestrel CEO: Financing puzzle still coming together, not complete.

Statewide

10:56am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Legislative fundraising sets election year record.
10:10am
Wisconsin Unites for Marriage. Coalition launched today.
10:05am
Integrys Group. August 11th. Good time for an 8-1-1 safety reminder from Wisconsin Public Service.
9:01am
Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. To host webinar to discuss recent ethanol poll.
8:10am
Hidden Springs Creamery. Earns a record nine awards at American Cheese Society competition.

4:49am
New York Times. $11 billion later, high-speed rail is inching along.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Environmental group puts up billboard criticizing Walker for abandoning high-speed rail.

Courts

11:44am
Wisconsin Court System. Court interpreter training planned for Madison.
7:42am
District IV Court of Appeals. Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund v. DATCP.

10:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. State appeals court rules against raw milk sellers.
5:10am
Racine Journal Times. Couple sues Town of Dover for allegedly violating constitutional rights.

Education

4:08pm
UW-Madison. Breaks record for collecting school supplies at state fair.
10:19am
MPS. More volunteer tutors needed for growing program with record of increased student engagement.
9:00am
UW-Madison. Fundamental plant chemicals trace back to bacteria.

10:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Common Core standards debate - the voice of educators.

Local

4:22pm
Monroe Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Organizations collaborate and partner to bring Green County job fair to help our region business community and citizens.
2:10pm
Alliance Defending Freedom. City of Madison officially rescinds censorship zones.
5:18am
Theisen's Farm Home Auto. Opening first location in Wisconsin.

5:30am
WJFW. Mining discussion sparks controversy in Oneida County, again.
5:04am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Some want to slow down on proposed spray manure ban.
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. County requires frac sand companies to begin mining within one year of getting permit.
4:56am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Menomonie council members' lawyer blasts inquiry.

Congress

3:37pm
One Wisconsin Now. Legislators, reform advocates to U.S. Sen. Johnson: State of the nation includes too much student debt.

Federal Agencies

10:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Federal changes could jeopardize Riverfront jobs.

Politics

4:23pm
Stroebel for Congress. Statement on special interests funding his opponents.
3:43pm
DPW. Scott Walker's pay to play politics: Bends, breaks, and changes the rules for mining special interests.
3:40pm
Steitz for State Senate. Endorsement list grows.
3:38pm
Scieszinski for State Senate. Fran Fruzen endorses.
2:22pm
RPW. Would you still take the money, Mary?
11:20am
Melchert for State Treasurer. 8.039 reasons we need an elected state treasurer.
10:06am
RPW. Burke travels to Minnesota to court more out-of-state donations.
9:52am
Subeck for State Assembly. Wisconsin Social Workers PAC endorses.
9:50am
Dairy Business Association. Announces endorsements for August 12th primary election.
8:11am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Will push for transparency in treasurer's office.
5:26am
Grothman for Congress. Leibham flip-flops on federal involvement in education.
5:15am
Kremer for State Assembly. Discusses minimum wage & wind energy.

5:24am
Kenosha News. Local lawmaker making bid for lt. gov.
5:12am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Stroebel touts 'outsider' status in Congressional race.
5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gwen Moore, Gary George face off in congressional primary.
5:06am
Capital Times. Editorial: Vote for Lisa Subeck for state Assembly in District 78.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Two Democrats face off in primary for competitive Dale Schultz Senate seat.
5:00am
Beloit Daily News. Daily News staff sit down with 45th Assembly candidates.
4:57am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: In District 45, Shelia De Forest.
4:55am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Ringhand one of three Democrats for 15th District state Senate seat.
4:54am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Scieszinski to compete for 15th District state Senate seat.
4:53am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Sheridan on ballot for 15th state Senate seat.
4:52am
Baraboo News Republic. Assembly hopefuls tout endorsements.

Wednesday August 6, 2014

Governor

4:56pm
Gov. Walker. Building Commission approves projects.
2:07pm
Gov. Walker. Announces new $1 million program aims to fuel small high-tech businesses.

5:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says state will take time to consider Waukesha's bid to use Lake Michigan water.

Legislative

3:20pm
Sen. Harris Dodd. Paid family and medical leave is an investment in Wisconsin's workforce.
12:18pm
WMC. Rep. Joel Kleefisch receives State Chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" Award.
11:07am
Sen. Shilling. 41,000 Wisconsin students denied financial aid due to Republican budget deficit. LFB Memo.
9:45am
Wisconsin Professional Police Association. Top law enforcement honors awarded to state legislators Rep. Bies and Sen. Petrowski.

State Agencies

4:25pm
DOT. Drivers log nearly 60 billion miles on Wisconsin roadways last year.
1:17pm
GAB. Turnout estimated at 15% for August 12 partisan primary.
1:16pm
AG Van Hollen. And 41 other state attorneys general reach a $35 million consumer settlement with Pfizer and Wyeth concerning the immunosuppressive drug Rapamune.
11:33am
DATCP. Adams, Juneau, Buffalo Counties face EAB quarantines.
11:05am
WEDC. State companies invited to attend trade venture to Czech Republic, Poland and Turkey.
10:41am
AG Van Hollen. To host upcoming 2014 public records and open meetings seminars.

Economy/Business

4:26pm
Integrys Group. Reports second quarter 2014 earnings.
5:35am
Sierra Club. Enbridge seeks to make Wisconsin a superhighway for toxic oil transport.

12:36pm
Superior Telegram. DNR seeks public input on proposed Enbridge pipeline project.
5:28am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Marinette Marine continues work on future USS Detroit.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's role in oil boom highlighted by latest proposed pipeline.

Statewide

11:04am
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. Kicks off 30th anniversary year with one-of-a-kind performing arts event.
10:55am
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on the theft of 1.2 billion passwords and its effect on bank customers.
10:39am
Wisconsin Credit Union League. 100M memberships reached at U.S. credit unions; millions of dollars saved in WI annually.
9:48am
Wisconsin Budget Project. Breaking with Tradition: How Wisconsin Lawmakers have Shortchanged a Legacy of Investment in the State's Future. Report.

4:06pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin has fifth-highest mortgage closing costs in the U.S.
2:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Six Wisconsin health care systems form statewide network.
5:51am
LA Times. Divide between red and blue states over healthcare deepens.
5:23am
New York Times. Russian gang amasses over a billion Internet passwords.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Crack down on Wisconsin's drunken drivers.

Courts

10:00am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Sues town over illegal searches relating to property tax assessments.

11:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. League of Wisconsin Municipalities backs Milwaukee over residency.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. J.B. Van Hollen asks appeals court to lift voter ID injunction.

Education

3:23pm
UW-Madison. Summer Collegiate Experience eases students into UW.
2:09pm
UW-River Falls. Physics professors secure two National Science Foundation grants.
1:18pm
UW-Stout. Pixar Animation donates software to School of Art and Design.
5:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 'Game changer': University unveils events center plan, $10M donation.

Local

2:42pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Responds to NNO criticism from other elected officials.
10:36am
Pro-Life Wisconsin. City of Madison repeals anti-speech zones.
9:50am
American Lung Association. Fuel for $1.85 on Wednesday, August 13th.
5:34am
InForm Product Development, City of Sun Prairie. Announces new corporate headquarters in Sun Prairie Business Park.

11:35am
Chippewa Herald. Vehicle tax picks up a boost.
5:04am
Racine Journal Times. Toxic algae bloom unlikely here.

Congress

5:19am
La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin explores Mississippi River in freshwater border tour.

Federal Agencies

5:12am
Marshfield News Herald. State plan to serve disabled adults worries caregivers.

Politics

4:27pm
RPW. Burke continues extreme hypocrisy, visits Minnesota for more out-of-state money.
12:41pm
Walker for Governor. Visits RC Insurance Services in Hartland.
10:38am
Bewley for State Senate. Fair Wisconsin PAC endorses.
10:37am
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Van Wanggaard endorsed by restaurant group in GOP primary for state Senate.
10:01am
DPW. Scott Walker's pay-to-play culture: Remembering the United Sportsmen scandal.
9:51am
RPW. Burke vs. Governor Walker's pro-growth agenda.
7:16am
Walker for Governor. Releases new ad: "Moving Wisconsin Forward."
6:13am
Steitz for Senate. Concealed Carry sponsor, former State Senator Galloway, endorses Jonathan Steitz in 21st SD GOP primary.
5:36am
Melchert for State Treasurer. Endorsed by Assembly Republican Caucus Chairwoman.

11:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker's next ad ties Mary Burke to Doyle.
11:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Paul Ryan has nominal challenger in GOP primary.
5:31am
Sheboygan Press. Editorial: Bigger bucks sure to flow in governor's race.
5:30am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Four GOP candidates battle in Aug. 12 primary to succeed Petri.
5:26am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Leibham says he's a conservative who wants to 'get something done.'
5:25am
Green Bay Press Gazette. GOP primary opponents race for campaign cash.
5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic primary for lieutenant governor pits former teacher against long-time protester.
5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Van Wanggaard fights to reclaim his old state Senate seat in 21st District.
5:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Mark Clear will get more done for Madison.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke on the Affordable Care Act.
5:05am
Wausau Daily Herald. Should Wisconsin legalize pot? AG candidates debate.

Tuesday August 5, 2014

Legislative

2:35pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: The solution to "outsourcing" is focusing on small business.
1:08pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on anniversary of Sikh Temple tragedy.
11:54am
Rep. Kleefisch. Honored with pro-business award.
11:00am
Sen. Jauch. Column: Public deserves results, not petty blame.
9:03am
Speaker Vos, Majority Leader Fitzgerald. New website for state Legislature.

State Agencies

3:40pm
DOJ. Iowa County man convicted of two counts of causing great bodily harm while armed.
2:52pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:51pm
AG Van Hollen. Files motion to lift injunction in federal voter ID case.
2:38pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $1.72 million for community projects.
2:36pm
DATCP. Conservation report tells local success stories.
2:03pm
DOJ. Grassland Dairy Products, Inc. of Clark County, ordered to pay $300,000 for environmental violations.
1:29pm
DOJ. Grant County man bound over for trial on 33 counts of possessing child pornography, sexual exploitation and sexual assault of a child.
12:16pm
GAB. Top ten things Wisconsin primary voters need to know.
10:59am
DFI. Registration is open for 4th annual financial literacy summit Oct. 17 in Green Bay.
9:49am
State Treasurer Schuller. Finds nearly $70,000 for Wisconsinites first 5 days of State Fair.

11:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Turnout of 15% predicted at primary.
5:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State seeks public comment on federal rule changes to care for elderly, disabled people.

Economy/Business

12:54pm
RENEW Wisconsin. We Energies rate filing squeezes cow power projects.

6:25am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Big river, big trouble: Dredges working overtime to open Mississippi.
6:06am
USA Today. Gannett to spin-off publishing business.
5:07am
Chippewa Herald. Advanced Laser adds jobs, boosts production.
5:05am
Chippewa Herald. Cranberry growers struggle for income amid oversupply.

Statewide

3:32pm
Chicago Mayor Emanuel. To call water quality summit with Great Lakes mayors.
2:53pm
Mississippi River Collaborative. From Toledo to the Gulf, water pollution threats increasing.
2:39pm
WISPIRG. Stop the superbugs.
12:55pm
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Offers voter guide for upcoming elections.
12:13pm
WMC. New study: Wisconsin families to feel the pain of new EPA rule.
11:55am
Wisconsin Credit Union League. U.S. Rep. Duffy brings credit unions together with federal regulator in Wausau.
11:40am
Wisconsin Association of School Nurses. Remind parents that unvaccinated students can be sent home from school during disease outbreak.
11:06am
Wisconsin Environment. New report: Solar capacity in Wisconsin grew 17% in 2013.
9:51am
Wired Wisconsin. Releases "2014 Wisconsin Politics and the Web" report. Report.
9:24am
Marshfield Clinic. $12.5 million grant to Research Foundation.

11:43am
Wisconsin State Journal. Association agrees to Wisconsin Funeral Trust settlement.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Life expectancy between blacks and whites improves - but not in Wisconsin.

Courts

9:07am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Joseph L. Sommers.

5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Johnson appeals dismissal of his lawsuit against Obama administration.
5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Next wave of John Doe documents to be unsealed Aug. 19, court signals.
5:12am
Stevens Point Journal. Editorial: A small fix for voter ID law.
5:12am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Van Hollen: Judge erred in striking down voter ID.
5:09am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Act 10 is legal, still divisive.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Prosecutors say they're immune in John Doe lawsuit.

Education

11:03am
UW Colleges. Names Foy Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
5:47am
UW-Madison. Research team warns against overlooking Great Lakes' currents.

11:44am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison hits application record; Wisconsin students down slightly from last year.
6:36am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. UW-Madison ranks as No. 8 party school; St. Olaf as No. 17 sober school.

Local

4:23pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. To Launch MCSO mobile phone app.
11:01am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Sheriff Clarke is right on the money.

11:48am
La Crosse Tribune. Researcher: Anti-carp speakers pose no threat to native species.
5:40am
WISC. Dells mayor pushes for smoking ban downtown.
5:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: City has compelling interest in site, funding for new arena.

Congress

5:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Ron Johnson applauds sweat equity program for distressed homes.

Federal Agencies

5:25am
Kremer for State Assembly. Discusses voter ID.

Politics

4:23pm
Walker for Governor. Attends groundbreaking for The Reef in Wauwatosa.
3:05pm
Burke for Governor. Backlash III: Friendly fire.
2:03pm
RPW. Feds ask for $15.2 million back from Burke-issued commerce grants.
11:51am
Grothman for Congress. Launches second TV and radio ads.
11:08am
Burke for Governor. Announcing Sportsmen & Sportswomen for Burke.
9:27am
Stroebel for Congress. Releases new TV ad, "Future."
9:08am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin Builders Association endorses Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.
9:04am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Campaign releases radio ads by conservative leaders.
7:00am
Richards for Attorney General. Honors Jim Brady, renews call for universal background checks.
5:26am
Ramthun for State Assembly. Announces major success in 59th Assembly District home visits.
5:24am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. One candidate for governor and 50 other candidates endorse non-partisan redistricting reform.

2:05pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson says Burke should not be hit for wealth, Trek outsourcing.
11:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker raised more from outside Wisconsin in July than Burke.
6:26am
New York Times. Democrats seize on social issues as attitudes shift.
5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New Jersey's Chris Christie plans to visit Wisconsin to back Scott Walker.
5:22am
Appleton Post Crescent. Five Republicans battle to succeed Kaufert.
5:16am
Sheboygan Press. Grothman proud of his conservative reputation.
5:13am
Racine Journal Times. Vos, Ryan see challengers rom right and left.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attorney general candidates set for last debate.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says his campaign needs to be 'motivated by inspiration.'

Monday August 4, 2014

Governor

3:49pm
Gov. Walker. Attends groundbreaking, job creation announcement at Advanced Laser Machining.
2:36pm
Gov. Walker. Commends WHEFA for job creation, economic development assistance.
1:08pm
Gov. Walker. Recognizes Coast Guard Day. Proclamation.
12:18pm
Gov. Walker. And First Lady Walker and Cabinet hold meeting at the State Fair.

Legislative

4:03pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Praises emergency crews for efforts fighting Anchor Inn fire, offers help for those impacted.
4:02pm
Rep. Kessler. Letter in response to Rep. Kleefisch.
12:45pm
Rep. Zepnick. Calls for meeting with Milwaukee local officials to address response on displaced Cargill workers.
8:09am
WMC. Rep. Kooyenga wins WMC Champion of Free Enterprise Award.
5:56am
Rep. Kleefisch. Letter to Milwaukee Mayor Barrett regarding sex offender placement.

5:20am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Keep tech colleges under local control.

State Agencies

3:24pm
DNR. Koi herpes virus likely cause of carp die-off in Rock River.
2:54pm
DOT. More than $13 million approved for Transportation Alternatives Program.
1:23pm
DOT. Traffic fatalities in July were the second lowest for the month since 1937.
12:17pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Spring Green Preserve tour slated for August 21st.
12:14pm
DOA. GEF1 building update - August 4, 2014.
10:09am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - August 2014.
9:12am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Tourism to be topic at board meeting in Spring Green.

5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State officials seek exemption to sex offender ordinance.

Economy/Business

5:36am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Klappa: Wisconsin Energy will challenge some EPA emission rules.
5:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sand mine Gov. Scott Walker touted settles state pollution case.
5:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. At least 25 companies have outsourced and received state funding award since 2005.
5:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In the middle of political firestorm, Trek Bicycle rolls on.
4:59am
Appleton Post Crescent. Public loans struggled amid recession.

Statewide

4:05pm
Wisconsin Water Association. Arcadia wins the Blue Ribbon for Best-Tasting Water in Wisconsin.
4:00pm
Wisconsin Counties Association, Wisconsin Towns Association, League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Letter to local officials regarding transportation funding.
10:11am
Wisconsin District Attorneys Association. 2013 Prosecutor of the Year recipients.

5:06am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Existing laws cover cellphone use by drivers.

Courts

4:22pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - consolidated reply brief of defendants-appellants.

2:16pm
La Crosse Tribune. Civil rights advocates argue for gay marriage.
5:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Laws increasingly decided in court, not legislative chambers.
5:19am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Act 10 decision no surprise.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. Senator Johnson to appeal Obamacare lawsuit.

Education

12:51pm
UW-Madison. Pre-college programs open doors for leadership roles.
12:50pm
UW-Stout. Young African leaders get VIP treatment before leaving U.S.
11:38am
Marquette University. To give Rep. John Lewis honorary degree.

5:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: MPS still playing games with its unused buildings.
5:06am
Beloit Daily News. Beloit students get free meals.

Local

3:23pm
Clean Lakes Alliance. Field day celebrates completion of Lake Explorer Camp.
1:26pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Health insurance marketplace enrollment still open for those with qualifying life events. Options for newly married.

5:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ice caves cause surge in summer business at Apostle Islands.

Congress

10:55am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Statement on House passage of border security bill.
5:52am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Why I took President Barack Obama to court.

7:02am
Reuters. U.S. House passes border-security funding bill to speed deportations.

Federal Agencies

5:03am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Report: Littoral Combat Ships too heavy.

Politics

3:37pm
Stroebel for Congress. Announces small business tour.
2:37pm
Grothman for Congress. In outsourcing debate, Grothman's manufacturing tax credit keeps jobs in Wisconsin.
2:11pm
RPW. Mary Burke's hypocrisy: Her department gave money to companies who outsourced.
1:07pm
Walker for Governor. PolitiFact: Mary Burke says Abbott deal had "stong protections for taxpayers"  -FALSE.
12:19pm
Richards for Attorney General. Teamsters endorse.
10:55am
Wanggaard for State Senate. Joint Finance Co-Chair Nygren endorses.
10:13am
Walker for Governor. Campaign raises $1.2 million in four weeks.
9:14am
WMC. What policies reduce outsourcing?
9:09am
VOICES PAC Wisconsin. Endorses Jean Optiz for Wisconsin's 60th Assembly District.
8:32am
Leibham for Congress. Don't throw rocks in glass houses.
8:07am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Gets DPI employees to admit to overcharging taxpayers.
5:58am
Stop Special Needs Vouchers Wisconsin. Candidate positions on special needs vouchers now available online.
5:54am
Clark for Wisconsin. Endorses candidate David Considine in the 81st AD primary election.
5:51am
Liebham for Congress. News flash: Trade unions donate to Republicans.

2:58pm
WISC. Feds ask for $15.2 million back from Burke-issued commerce grants.
1:31pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. How Act 10 would change under a Gov. Burke or Gov. Hulsey?
1:29pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attorney general candidate reports $167K on hand.
1:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Frac sand mining looms large in southwest Wisconsin senate primary.
11:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Walker had more than $7 million in campaign funds at end of July.
11:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats runing for attorney general differ on drunken driving.
5:43am
Fox 11. Three months remain in governor's race.
5:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats vying for 7th Congressional District oppose each other on most issues.
5:14am
Stevens Point Journal. Vruwink, Wright face tough 2014 challenges.
5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Republican state Senate candidates hit home stretch.
5:08am
Racine Journal Times. Two Democrats vie to take on Ryan.
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. Walker: Wisconsin better off.
5:04am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Four GOP candidates seek 59th Assembly seat.
5:01am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Denow comfortable as underdog in 6th district primary.
5:00am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Area Republicans nearly triple Democrats in fundraising.

Friday August 1, 2014

Governor

2:35pm
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin selected to participate in NGA Policy Academy focusing on reducing prescription drug abuse.
1:32pm
Gov. Walker. Visits Ball Corporation in DeForest.
11:42am
Gov. Walker. Announces $900,000 in state grants for Energy Innovation Center in Milwaukee.

Legislative

11:45am
Rep. Jorgensen. Ready to listen at Milton Public Library.
4:54am
Rep. Bernier. Statement on Supreme Court ruling.

5:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State, federal legislators intervene in coal shipment backlog.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Audit questions state pension fund bonuses.

State Agencies

4:31pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, August 3-9.
1:33pm
DOJ. Seeks to commit Steven T. Trautt for treatment.
11:43am
AG Van Hollen. Announces a judgment requiring a Menasha business to pay $47,272 in penalties for asbestos violations.
9:34am
DWD. Public Hearings and Meetings August 4 - August 8, 2014.
4:51am
DSPS. Meetings, week of August 4.

5:25am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Parole system's inaction costs taxpayers.

Economy/Business

7:59am
Bureau of Labor Statistices. Payroll employment increases in July (+209,000); unemployment rate changes little (6.2%).

8:02am
Bloomberg. Payrolls in U.S. rose 209,000 in July, unemployment at 6.2%.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Report highlights state's stable reliance on manufacturing jobs.

Statewide

2:51pm
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. League brokered compromise reached on form for requesting release of driver's records protected by the DPPA.
4:52am
Quarles & Brady. Rory Foster joins BadgerBOTS Board of Directors.

Courts

2:40pm
Freedom from Religion Foundation. Anti-church electioneering victory is final.
2:21pm
DOJ. Letter to Judge Adelman regarding Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker.
8:18am
WI Supreme Court. Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Michael D. Mandelman.
8:17am
WI Supreme Court. State of WI v. Jeremiah J. Purtell.
8:16am
WI Supreme Court. State of WI v. James R. Hunt.

2:43pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Following Supreme Court ruling, expansion of Act 10 becomes possibility.
2:39pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin voter ID ruling creates confusion.
8:02am
New York Times. Wisconsin justices uphold union limits, a victory for the governor.
5:26am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Green Bay teachers disappointed by Act 10 ruling.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Supreme Court right on Gov. Scott Walker's Act 10.
5:04am
Wisconsin State Journal. A look at the impact of Wisconsin's union law.

Education

5:16am
La Crosse Tribune. University of Wisconsin to reprise controversial monkey studies.

Local

2:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bucks owners want new arena site in three to four months.
11:41am
Appleton Post Crescent. Outagamie County takes new approach with young offenders.
5:19am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Arena tax referendum sidelined, likely dead, as board minority vote prevails.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Local officials had expected Act 10 to be upheld.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Act 10 about to hit teachers, local government workers in Madison.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Board overrides Abele, sends three advisory referendums to voters.

Congress

8:20am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Votes for veterans affairs reform legislation that passes Senate with strong bipartisan support.
7:58am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Introduces bill to help first responders prepare for train derailments.
4:53am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Franken, Portman. Introduce bipartisan legislation to help prevent future propane shortages.
4:50am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on VA bill vote.

Federal Agencies

4:55am
Grothman for Congress. $159K cash on hand, raises $94K.

Politics

3:16pm
Walker for Governor. Visits Velocity Machine, Inc. in Green Bay.
2:24pm
Grothman for Congress. Appalled by Leibham's far-left union campaign cash.
2:23pm
Leibham for Congress. Sustains lead on fundraising.
2:22pm
Steitz for Senate. Eric O'Keefe, WI Club for Growth leader, endorses.
1:28pm
DPW. As Ron Johnson plays politics with public safety, Ron Kind leads on emergency services preparedness.
7:57am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Wisconsin State Treasurer is a do-nothing job.
4:56am
Grothman for Congress. Beats Joe Leibham in fundraising.
4:49am
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Announces final endorsements for August 12 primary.

2:45pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Duey Stroebel posts big fundraising lead through deep pockets.
5:05am
Janesville Gazette. Candiates for 15th Senate support BTC referendum.

 

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