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Friday October 31, 2014 - Updated 4:42pm

Governor

4:42pm
Gov. Walker. Issues Executive Order allowing longer transportation hours for gasoline and diesel truck drivers.

Legislative

5:08am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Rural schools: State funding system 'absolutely broke.'
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmaker seeks authority for state to discipline assessors.

State Agencies

4:26pm
DATCP. Nominate a corn grower for the promotion board.
3:26pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Nov. 2-8.
12:05pm
DOJ. Division of Criminal Investigation and the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department arrest three individuals in drug investigation.
11:24am
DATCP. End of summer brings threats of PED and PRRS virus spread; swine producers urged to take biosecurity measures.
8:29am
DWD. Meetings and hearings.

5:00am
Capital Times. PSC tosses out petition supporting MGE rate hike.

Economy/Business

4:54am
Catalyst Paper Corporation. To purchase paper mills in Maine and Wisconsin.

4:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Great Lakes freighters continue to ship iron ore at rapid pace.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Alliant energy seeks state permission to pay less for solar energy from customers.

Statewide

1:05pm
Menominee Nation. Menominee, Hard Rock and two colleges sign agreement creating Jobs Training Institute for the proposed Kenosha Hotel & Casino, pending state approval.
9:25am
Great Lakes Calcium. President Dave Nelson named to American Feed Industry Association Board.

Courts

10:59am
Dane County Circuit Court. Democratic Party of Wisconsin v. Wisconsin Department of Justice - notice of appeal. Court of Appeals Docketing Statement. Order for temporary stay.

11:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Hollen appeals ruling on release of Schimel videos.

Education

11:22am
UW-River Falls. AASHE recognizes sustainability efforts and Cascade Avenue project.
10:52am
Marquette University. Communication dean named to prestigious Poynter National Advisory Board.
5:34am
MPS. Board update: Malcolm X update, budget approval, new charter school petition.

4:53am
WQOW. UWEC faculty, students set to have frac sand study published.

Local

4:27pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly Schedule.
3:28pm
Milwaukee Ald. Davis. Key information remains under wraps in Dontre Hamilton case.
10:51am
City of Madison. Dane County prepares for Ebola.

Congress

9:55am
U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Kind. To attend White House ceremony honoring Wisconsin native Lt. Alonzo Cushing for Civil War heroism.

Federal Agencies

9:34am
EPA. Releases climate plans on fifth anniversary of President Obama's sustainability initiative.

Politics

3:30pm
DPW. Scott Walker should demand Ellerman's resignation.
3:25pm
UW-Eau Claire. Downtown space helps entrepreneurial students connect with professionals.
3:24pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Happ's scary Halloween Meltdown.
12:45pm
RPW. Statement on Mary Burke's TV ad.
12:44pm
GAB. Absentee voting update.
11:50am
Schimel for Attorney General. International Union of Police Associations endorses.
11:32am
Happ for Attorney General. Koch brothers spend heavily to help Schimel, an attorney general who will do their bidding.
11:23am
UW-River Falls. Solar study leads to antarctic adventure.
11:19am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
11:05am
Bewley for State Senate. Dane Deutsch: A no show, again.
10:53am
Republican Party of Dane County. Show us the records!
9:53am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's student loan horror show premieres at 'TheWalkerDead.com'
9:21am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Biggest missing election story: Outsourcing loopholes never fixed.
9:17am
Walker for Governor. International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139 endorses.
8:30am
Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. Endorses Brad Schimel for Attorney General.
5:36am
DPW. Statement on the passing of Dode Lowe.
5:34am
Kurtz for Congress. After 18 years, Kind still has no plan on border security.

3:33pm
Chippewa Herald. Mary Burke: A victory Tuesday is a repudiation of the tea party agenda.
1:02pm
La Crosse Tribune. Burke says win would mean rejection of extremism.
1:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke tries to regain momentum with two new ads.
11:56am
Eau Clarie Leader-Telegram. Absentee voting up in Wisconsin, could help Walker.
11:51am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Steineke over McCabe.
11:49am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Stuck over Klein.
11:08am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker to be joined by Christie on campaign trail.
11:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic-commissioned poll shows tight governor's race.
11:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Burke, supporters outspending Walker on TV ads.
10:36am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Bold vision makes Ryan clear choice for return to Congress.
9:15am
Ashland Daily Press. Republican-less "debate" takes place in Ashland.
5:11am
Chippewa Herald. Friday is the last day for early voting in Wisconsin.
5:10am
New York Times. Campaigning to extend, or end, one-party rule.
5:09am
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker talks worker training in late stages of campaign.
5:03am
Sheboygan Press. 6th District candidates seek votes at forum.
5:01am
Stevens Point Journal. 3rd Congressional candidates differ on Obamacare.
5:00am
Chippewa Herald. State elections agency predicts turnout will be just shy of 2012 recall levels.
4:59am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Two state their cases to win competitive Assembly race.
4:57am
Chippewa Herald. Editorial: For 68th Assembly District: Jeff Peck.
4:52am
WKOW. Sen. Dale Schultz weighs in on race to replace him and future of bipartisanship in state politics.
4:51am
WISC. District 15 candidates disagree on education system.

Thursday October 30, 2014

Governor

3:05pm
Gov. Walker. Announces opening of new propane terminal in Wisconsin.

Legislative

5:18am
Racine Journal Times. Vos questions city plan.
4:40am
WKBT. 12 legislators ask for child welfare audit.

State Agencies

4:18pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:18pm
Wisconsin Lottery. More than 100 Badger 5 jackposts won so far in 2014.
3:45pm
DWD. One year later, Skill Explorer hosting thousands of visitors.
3:09pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet in Avoca.
3:06pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces election integrity efforts on Election Day.
3:03pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Victory for Kewaunee County citizens fighting for clean water.
2:15pm
DWD. To debut redesigned UI initial claim online system.
1:01pm
WEDC. Fourth-generation cheese company announces expansion.
12:13pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Joins students in Jefferson for Manufacturing Month.
12:12pm
DOJ. Drug detection dog "Addie" remembered for contributions to Lake Winnebago Area Meg Unit.
8:58am
GAB. Dismisses two complaints.
5:40am
DWD. Deputy Secretary Barry meets with high school students during Manufacturing Month event at Mid-State Technical College.

5:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR Board orders review of petition calling for in-depth frac sand mining report.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State seeking bids to replace aging transportation building.

Economy/Business

2:17pm
Alliance for Fair Utilities. One hundred African American community leaders oppose We Energies' unfair rate hike proposal.

4:32pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Amazon.com in midst of hiring push for opening of first Kenosha building.

Statewide

3:05pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Cooperatives band together to educate youth during October Co-op Month.
9:57am
Wisconsin Women's Council. Cindy Block appointed to Women's Council Board.

6:12am
ABC News. Wisconsin studies Music and Memory program.

Courts

1:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County judge orders release of training tapes featuring Brad Schimel. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
10:16am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge to hold hearing on releasing Schimel videos.
5:26am
Capital Times. Plaintiffs in wage case against Scott Walker from Dane County.

Education

3:10pm
UW-Madison. The know the drill: UW leads the league in boring through ice sheets.
1:31pm
UW-Stout. Staff member receives UW System award for LGBTQ work.

5:51am
Daily Cardinal. UW-Madison campus unions protest for higher staff wages.

Local

5:41am
Liliy's Fund. Badgers and Gophers team up for epilepsy awareness.
5:32am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison hosts My Brother's Keeper Community Action Summit.
5:31am
Milwaukee County Sup. Rainey. Budget amendment calls for major county holiday on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

5:27am
Walworth County Today. UW-Whitewater to hold public forum on oil pipeline expansion.

Congress

1:35pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Testifies on behalf of Wisconsin paper company.

10:43am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Testifies before International Trade Commission on behalf of Wisconsin manufacturer.

Politics

4:29pm
GAB. Voter turnout estimated at 2.5 million.
4:14pm
DPW. Outgoing GOP Sen. Dale Schultz says Dem Pat Bomhack is the "right fit" for the district; Horward Marklein is "out of step with the district."
4:10pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker's campaign co-chair, Wisconsin money badger, Michael Grebe's fingerprints on latest political hit job to try to maintain power for Gov. Walker.
3:44pm
RPW. New Trek source: Mary Burke 'was tossed out.'
3:08pm
RPW. Susan Happ's recommended sentence for admitted drug dealer rebuked by judge.
2:18pm
Walker for Governor. Another claim by the left rated FALSE by PolitiFact Wisconsin.
1:30pm
Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. Endorses Scott Walker for Governor and Rebecca Kleefisch for Lt. Governor.
1:28pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Susan Happ's heroin problem.
11:15am
Wisconsin Troopers' Association. 2014 legislative endorsements.
9:56am
RPW. Former Trek President and CEO confirms Mary Burke was fired.
5:43am
Schimel for Attorney General. Schimel campaign statement on AG debate.
5:42am
RPW. Statement on Attorney General debate.
5:38am
GAB. Absentee voting update.
5:36am
Bewley for State Senate. Setting the record straight.
5:36am
Happ for Attorney General. Government Accountability Board vindicates Happ, rules claim used in Schimel advertisement false.
5:33am
RPW. Statement on Mary Burke.
5:30am
Raise WI. Marquette Poll: Burke in strong position as voters continue to support minimum wage inrease.

3:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Attack on Mary Burke: Consider the source.
3:13pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke blames Gov. Walker, allies for Trek story.
1:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Partisans fume over Burke allegations.
1:34pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Burke campaign in northeast Wisconsin.
12:10pm
The Hill. Ryan leaves door open to presidential run.
10:20am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
10:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Candidates hit road as poll shows Walker with edge on Burke.
10:00am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Pocan merits second stint in Congress.
9:59am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: In Senate races, Ringhand, Nass are best bets.
6:11am
LA Times. Around U.S., race for governor going down to the wire.
5:39am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin elections head predicts voter turnout at 57%.
5:37am
Kurtz for Congress. Campaign begins airing two new ads.
5:34am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Last day for early in person-absentee voting is October 31st.
5:28am
Walworth County Today. Election 2014: In 15th Ringhand, Fitzgerald.
5:24am
Capital Times. For Assembly: Cates, Ferriter, Jorgensen, Hesselbein, Considine.
5:22am
Stevens Point Journal. VanderMeer, Vruwink differ on job-growth plans.
5:21am
Wausau Daily Herald. Duffy, Westlund debate shows their differences. WJFW.
5:20am
Racine Journal Times. Senator says majority would help move legislation along.
5:13am
Sheboygan Press. Heining, Vorpagel seek Kestell's long-held post.
5:12am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Next governor could change Obamacare in Wisconsin.
5:11am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Pro-voucher group outspends 54th Assembly candidates.
5:09am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker leads Burke by 17 points in NE Wisconsin.
5:09am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Lasee over DeBroux.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. American College of Physicians urges approval of referendums.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. Government Accountability Board: no factual basis for accusations against Happ.
4:56am
Chippewa Herald. Editorial: Transportation referendum worthy of support.
4:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP, Democrats battle for control of state Senate.
4:53am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Return Kind to represent 3rd District.
4:52am
La Crosse Tribune. Budget, school funding top issues in 31st Senate District race.
4:50am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Ryan slam Burke campaign for attack ads, special interest funding.
4:47am
Chippewa Herald. Attorney general candidates offer big contrast on many issues.
4:47am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Attorney general candidates spar in final debate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:43am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker, Ryan make EC campaign swing.
4:42am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Area elections officials see increase in early voting.
4:38am
WQOW. Meet the candidates: Wisconsin 23rd Senate District.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ex-Trek execs with conservative ties say Mary Burke was forced out. TMJ4. La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin State Journal.

Wednesday October 29, 2014

Legislative

3:26pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: 14 ways we are moving Wisconsin forward.
10:45am
Sen. Lassa. (Updated) Column: Time to exercise your most important right.

6:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmakers call for audit of Milwaukee child welfare bureau.

State Agencies

12:55pm
DWD. Secretary recognizes Kwik Trip, Inc. as 'Exemplary Employer.'
12:48pm
DNR. $100,000 donation will help fund new pool, splash pad at Blue Mound State Park.
12:46pm
DFI. State agency cautions investors to beware of Ebola-related scams.
12:41pm
DNR. State Natural Resources Board approves request to begin process to establish a shooting range in Columbia County.
11:51am
Emergency Management. Be ReadyWisconsin when you fall back.
10:49am
DOT. A drunken driving arrest or crash on Halloween could be the ultimate horror story.
10:43am
DPI. Madison's Lincoln Elementary teacher Josie Guiney Igielski receives $25,000 Milken Educator Award.
9:10am
Wisconsin Wildlife Federation. Hunting, fishing and recreational enforcement declines substantially.

11:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Citiations issued by DNR wardens fall under Scott Walker administration.

Economy/Business

7:09am
Wisonsin Energy Corporation. Posts 2014 third quarter and nine mont results.

7:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Low-wage jobs grew fastest in Wisconsin since 2000, new study says.
5:39am
Fox 11. A Hortonville company will add 100 new jobs.

Statewide

3:29pm
Media Trackers. Lawmaker ignored police investigation of husband's hit-and-run.
10:08am
We Energies. Customer recipes featured in We Energies Cookie Book.
10:06am
Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles. See why Wisconsin wins with natural gas vehicles in new MGE videos.
5:26am
Honoring Choices Wisconsin. Recognized by Wisconsin Cancer Council.

12:10pm
WPS Health Insurance. And QuadMed partner to launch innovative health care option.
6:07am
Governing. 3 states consider ways to maximize existing transportation money.
5:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Report on Wisconsin girls finds some progress amid chronic concerns.

Courts

9:07am
District II Court of Appeals. Wisconsin Pharmacal Company, LLC. v. Nebraska Cultures of California, Inc.
9:06am
District III Court of Appeals. Blenda Lynn Shulka v. Martin John Sikraji.

4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County's chief judge won't order investigation of DA John Chisholm.

Education

2:43pm
UW-Stout. Cabot executives offer career advice to management students.

Local

12:30pm
Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Milwaukee County Board moves forward on free transit rides for seniors and persons with disabilities.
10:47am
Schools and Communities United. Milwaukee bans financial inducements by charter schools.

Politics

2:40pm
One Wisconsin Now. Says, "You Gotta Vote!"
2:09pm
Republican Party of Dane County. Our view of yesterday's events.
1:34pm
Media Trackers. Attempted cop-killer was former Happ client, got special deal from Jefferson County DA.
1:29pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on final Marquette Law School Poll.
1:28pm
Marquette University. Final pre-election Marquette Law School Poll finds Walker leading Burke in Wisconsin Governor's race.
12:30pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
10:49am
Schimel for Attorney General. Happ doubles down on insanity pleas for domestic violence cases.
10:48am
One Wisconsin Now. Wisconsin minimum wage, maximum student debt tour counters Walker bus stops.
10:45am
RPW. Wisconsin is better off under Scott Walker.
5:28am
Kurtz for Congress. Grills Kind about special interest money.
5:27am
Raise WI. President Obama highlights need to raise minimum wage.

2:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker, Paul Ryan urge voters to 'be for something.'
1:30pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Burke calls report she was fired from Trek 'ridiculous.'
1:07pm
Chippewa Herald. Scott Walker leads Mary Burke 50-43 among likely voters, Marquette poll finds.
12:40pm
Daily Reporter. Walker ahead in last poll before election.
12:33pm
WTMJ. Gov. Walker takes the lead in the final Marquette Law Schol poll.
12:32pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest MU poll shows Walker leading Burke among likely voters. WTMJ.
11:03am
River Falls Journal. Jobs are the key to recovery, says Petryk, 93rd District incumbent wants another term.
11:01am
River Falls Journal. Well-funded schools necessary, says Smith; Democrat is candidate for 93rd Assembly seat.
10:59am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Ryan says Burke trying to win 'by default.'
6:02am
Reuters. Obama campaigns in Wisconsin against ideological foe.
5:40am
WKOW. Walker, Burke answer questions before election.
5:38am
WQOW. Duffy, Westlund race for 7th Congressional District.
5:30am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Vinehout, Danou deserve re-election.
5:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Van Hollen decries use of attack ads in race for attorney general.
5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker could run for president even if he loses, professor says.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Next attorney general should focus on key issues.
5:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Final Marquette poll on governor's race due.
5:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 92nd Assembly District: Candidates agree changes to schools necessary, but differ on many issues.
5:03am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 67th Assembly District: Local government official challenges GOP incumbent.
5:01am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Krug seeks progress on issues.
5:00am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Duncan plans for reinvestment if elected.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. On different paths, Walker and Ryan share part of journey.
4:56am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Grothman, Harris clash on health care.
4:55am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Kleefisch: Women 'are not a special interest group.'
4:54am
Wausau Daily Herald. Petrowski, DeMain spar over mining, school vouchers.
4:53am
Racine Journal Times. Vos, Mitchell debate state issues.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama rallies thousands with call to back Burke. Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin State Journal.

Tuesday October 28, 2014

Legislative

12:01pm
Sen. Risser. Fast-track plan to sell off state assets outrageous, timing suspicious.
8:16am
Reps. Taylor, Johnson. Letter to DHS Office of Inspector General regarding Medicaid reimbursements investigation.
5:44am
Sen. Harris. Milwaukee Democrats ask Joint Audit Committee to investigate the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare. Letter to Joint Audit Co-Chairs.

12:08pm
Capital Times. State moving forward on Hill Farms land sale, redevelopment.

State Agencies

3:46pm
DWD. Secretary honors Milwaukee employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
3:44pm
DOJ. Wisconsin consumers of LCD electronic devices to receive their share of the LCD antitrust settlement money this week.
2:46pm
OCI. Bulletin to insurers: Updated guidance regarding the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services transitional policy.
2:41pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:40pm
DOJ. Madison man bound over for trial on burglary and theft charges.
11:01am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals continue to prepare staff to identify, isolate and provide initial treatment to suspected or confirmed cases of Ebola.
10:46am
DHS. State of Wisconsin coordinates with health systems to provide care in the event of a confirmed Ebola diagnosis.
10:45am
OCI. Are you covered if a deer crosses your path?
5:56am
UW System. Cathy A. Sandeen named new chancellor of UW Colleges and UW-Extension.

1:03pm
Chippewa Herald. Elections board won't change voting age policy.

Economy/Business

5:06am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Enbridge files to replace problem pipeline in Minnesota.
4:52am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Eau Claire manufacturer plans to add 75 jobs, approved for $1.1M in state aid.

Statewide

2:45pm
One Wisconsin Now. Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge - the Scott Walker gang's response to open records request.

11:57am
Tax Foundation. Wisconsin ranks 43rd on State Business Tax Climate Index.

Courts

12:53pm
Dane County Circuit Court. Motise Reynolds v. Scott Walker - Petition for review.
8:25am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Mark S. Tishberg.
8:25am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michael J. Briggs.
5:53am
Raise WI. Wisconsin workers file lawsuit against Governor Scott Walker and DWD Secretary Newson for breaking state law regarding minimum wage.

8:05am
Reuters. Labor group suing Wisconsin Governor Walker to raise minimum wage.
4:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Lawsuit claims Gov. Scott Walker's administration skirted law on wages.

Education

3:06pm
UW-River Falls. A top producer of physics graduates.
3:05pm
UW-Madison. Awarded $8.3 million for new urological research center.
3:04pm
UW-Madison. WISCIENCE to expand possibilities for science education, outreach.
1:42pm
Marquette University. Marquette Theatre presents 'In the Red and Brown Water.'
12:58pm
UW-Stout. More than 100 students make a difference with volunteer work.
11:58am
MacIver Institute. Property tax hikes on November ballot for school referenda.

8:07am
WTMJ. Oconomowoc schools consider random drug tests for students.
5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. North Division, site of presidential visit, has other ties to Obama.

Local

1:41pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. William Brotzman hired to lead Badger Prairie Health Care Center.
12:03pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Praises ECD Committee actions.
12:01pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. County program will turn foreclosed building into house of hope.
10:42am
Milwaukee County Sup. Rainey. Applauds committee approval of body cameras for law enforcement in county budget.
5:55am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Sheriff's deputies and partner agencies arrest 14 registered sex offenders.

Congress

8:30am
Bloomberg. Paul Ryan moves idea factory to tax panel in new stage.

Federal Agencies

4:17pm
U.S. DVA. Madison VA Hospital achieves highest nursing credential - again.
1:43pm
EPA. Provides additional information on Clean Power Plan.

Politics

1:45pm
NFIB Wisconsin. Backs Schimel Wisconsin's race for Attorney General.
1:07pm
WMC. Vruwink mailing distorts her anti-jobs record.
1:02pm
Voces de la Frontera Action. Latino voters for Burke.
12:59pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
12:42pm
Happ for Attorney General. Schimel ignores progress of his neighbors, prefers jailing the mentally ill.
12:04pm
Macco for State Assembly. Receives broad support.
11:06am
Schimel for Attorney General. Wisconsin businesses trust Brad Schimel to enforce law, not pursue activist agenda.
10:57am
Schimel for Attorney General. Announcing launch of Dems4Schimel.com.
10:44am
Walker for Governor. First Lady Tonette Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch promote women in business on bus tour.
10:03am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Expands TV buy.
8:57am
RPW. Barack Obama's failed policies, Mary Burke share the ballot.
8:42am
Grothman for Congress. Releases newest TV ad in 6th District race.
6:04am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Former Calumet County Supervisor endorses.
6:03am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. The dangers of cognitive dissonance.
6:02am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. List of candidates for redistricting reform rises to 77.
6:01am
VOICES PAC Wisconsin. Endorses Tracie Happel for Wisconsin's 94th Assembly District.
5:59am
Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin. Reacts to President Obama's visit to Wisconsin.
5:57am
RPW. Reponse to Mary Burke's school board vote.
5:54am
VOICES PAC Wisconsin. Endorses Molly McGartland for Wisconsin's 20th Assembly District.

3:08pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker tells supporters to be wary of Obama's support for Burke.
12:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke, Walker backers give $1 million to GOP and Democratic Party.
10:59am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: On Nov. 4 re-elect Kolste, Jorgensen to state Assembly.
10:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke's finance report shows $900,000 less than touted.
8:59am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke raises about $1 million less than said.
8:28am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin voters know Walker - and that's his problem.
6:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Who is trying to influence Scott Walker-Mary Burke race? We don't know.
5:51am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Harris better choice for Congress.
5:50am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Ribble deserves re-election.
5:47am
Oshkosh Northestern. Editorial: Excellent choices for Oshkosh's Assembly seat.
5:40am
Sheboygan Press. 9th District hopefuls debate Hmong issues.
5:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obama visits 99% Democratic ward to turn out Milwaukee base.
5:17am
Stevens Point Journal. Obama's goal in Wisconsin visit: Defeat Walker.
5:15am
Marshfield News-Herald. For 69th Assembly District, we endorse Kulp.
5:14am
Wausau Daily Herald. Assembly debate focuses on stronger workforce.
5:08am
Capital Times. Editorial: Send Mark Harris to Congress.
5:07am
Capital Times. BaderCare referendum on ballot in 19 counties, city of Kenosha.
5:05am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: For state's AG, pick your poison.
5:02am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Return Nerison, Vruwink to Assembly.
5:01am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke put $5 million into race against Walker.
5:00am
La Crosse Tribune. Burke votes against Madison school tax increase. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:55am
Chippewa Herald. Scott Walker, Mary Burke enter final week of campaign, raise $10 million.
4:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. City clerks report strong early voting turnout.
4:52am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Johnson hoping for shakeup in the U.S. Senate.

Monday October 27, 2014

Legislative

12:17pm
Reps. Taylor, Johnson, Billings. Letter to Assembly Children and Families Chair Krug requesting a hearing on reports.
10:43am
Rep. Ballweg. Honored for work on Mental Health Task Force.

State Agencies

5:06pm
AG Van Hollen. Files enforcement action against Flat Rate Plumbing, Inc., Lester Gumieny, Jr., and Andrew Gomez for fradulent business practices.
4:04pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces complaint against Corinthian Colleges, Inc. for using aggressive, deceptive marketing tactics to enroll students in Everest College, Milwaukee.
4:00pm
GAB. Absentee voting update.
3:50pm
DPI. Evers thanks U.S. Senator Herb Kohl.
12:14pm
Wisconsin Veterans Museum. Launches traveling exhibits program.
8:22am
WEDC. Dynamic Fabrication and Finishing to add 75 new jobs in Eau Claire.

5:05am
International Business Times. Minimum wage: Scott Walker based 'living wage' ruling on restaurant industry study.
4:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Medical ride provider MTM escapes Wisconsin fines after hitting goals.

Economy/Business

9:08am
Xcel Energy. Sets hydro generation record in September.

1:57pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. CNH to lay off 150 at Mount Pleasant tractor plant.
5:25am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Midwest employers feeling better about economy, plan to hire and pay more.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Michigan protests proposed Wisconsin Energy acquisition.

Statewide

3:47pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Long-time Farmers Union members honored for decades of dedication.
1:11pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Announces retirement of State Director Peggy Hamill, Names Dan Miller as successor.
1:09pm
Leadership Wisconsin. Outstanding leaders honored at November Leadership Wisconsin Conference.
10:40am
MacIver Institute. Report: 91,000 Wisconsinites would lose their job under a $15 minimum wage. Report.
9:12am
Center for Media and Democracy. Files IRS complaint against Wisconsin Club for Growth.

4:35am
Food Safety News. Health officials say raw milk probably caused Campylobacter outbreak at Wisconsin high school.

Courts

4:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Labor group to sue Scott Walker administration for minimum wage study.

Education

12:20pm
Marquette University. Geriatric and pallitive care expert to keynote Wake Memorial Lecture.
10:46am
UW-River Falls. Bowls for Hope event charitable organization requests.

4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As student testing mounts, growing chorus says it's too much.

Local

1:29pm
Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic, Sup. Broderick. Supervisors put forth plan to invest $10 million in parks and cultural assets.
11:49am
The Commons. Intiative announces launch and new office space.
10:48am
Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Will Northwestern Mutual be the partner Milwaukee County needs?

4:41am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Health officials weigh next step in wind turbine battle.

Politics

5:08pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Women and law enforcement support Brad Schimel and call out the liars who oppose him.
5:08pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Responds to Happ campaign's discomfort over the truth.
3:52pm
Kleefisch for Lt. Governor. Raises nearly $650,000 in ninety days, $1.2 million year to date.
3:51pm
Walker for Governor. Releases new web ad: "More Opportunities to Succeed."
1:56pm
RPW. Happ has troubling record of protecting criminals throughout career.
1:31pm
Happ for Attorney General. Schimel breaks the sleaze barrier with his own false, negative commercial.
1:06pm
Move to Amend Wisconsin. A dozen communities to vote on a U.S. Constitutional amendement question.
12:19pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
11:50am
RPW. The pause heard 'round Wisconsin.
11:02am
Walker for Governor. Raises $10.3 million in less than three months.
10:38am
American Conservative Union. Endorses Glenn Grothman.
10:37am
Kurtz for Congress. NotsoKind.com reveals the truth about Ron Kind's record.
9:29am
Daley for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Announces run for Wisconsin State Supreme Court.
9:07am
RPW. New radio ad: "Mary Burke in one word."
8:21am
Walker for Governor. Gannett Central Wisconsin Media Editorial Board endorses.
5:04am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Be wary of confusing messages about voting.
5:00am
Kurtz for Congress. Launches district-wide pre election blitz.
4:59am
Schimel for Attorney General. Wins Attorney General debate.
4:59am
RPW. Statement on Attorney General debate.
4:58am
Happ for Attorney General. Schimel flip-flops again, now says he won't defend campaign finance laws.

12:23pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Walker says 'special interests' want him defeated.
12:21pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker raises $10.3 million in less than 3 months.
11:48am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Vote 'yes' to ensure transportation dollars are used for roadwork.
11:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker heads into final full week of campaigning.
10:52am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker says Obama visit meant to drive up turnout.
10:51am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Candidates in 75th ready to blur lines.
5:56am
Fox 11. Ribble, Gruett discuss Social Security, minimum wage.
5:55am
WKBT. Race for 3rd Congressional District heats up.
5:27am
Duluth News Tribune. BadgerCare expansion referendum 'gives voters a voice.'
5:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Citizens United ruling referenda will be on 12 ballots across state.
5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Candidates clash over education, minimum wage in race for Schultz's Senate seat.
5:20am
La Crosse Tribune. Obama, in low demand, suits up for governor races.
5:18am
Chippewa Herald. Battle-tested Gov. Scott Walker is in a fight for his political life.
5:17am
Chippewa Herald. Mary Burke seeks to broker 'an end to divisiveness.'
5:16am
Beloit Daily News. Rock judge to run for high court.
5:15am
Chippewa Herald. Stene: Take federal money to expand Medicaid.
5:14am
Chippewa Herald. Larson: Growth will take care of deficit.
5:10am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Editorial: For 72nd Assembly District, we endorse Krug.
5:08am
Marshfield News-Herald. Editorial: For 86th Assembly District, we endorse Spiros.
5:08am
Stevens Point Journal. Editorial: For 70th Assembly District, we endorse Vruwink.
4:53am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Give Gov. Scott Walker a second term.
4:53am
Racine Journal Times. Amendment to prohibit transportation 'raids' put to voters.
4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: As Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke hit the home stretch, final thoughts.
4:46am
Appleton Post Crescent. Politics runs deep for Roger Roth.
4:45am
Appleton Post Crescent. Bernard Schaber a 'kind, tenacious' competitor.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. On the issues, Burke and Walker couldn't be further apart.
4:42am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Our view of governor's race.
4:40am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Democrats face uphill battle in gubernatorial years.
4:39am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Senate candidates share perspectives.
4:38am
La Crosse Tribune. Doyle, Happel differ on most issues in Assembly race.
4:37am
La Crosse Tribune. Vruwink, VanderMeer differ in experience.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Majority of voters know little about Brad Schimel, Susan Happ.
4:32am
Sheboygan Press. Congressional candidates share global perspectives.
4:31am
Marshfield News-Herald. Walker says he's underdog against 'special interests.'
4:30am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Walker's rejection of federal Medicaid money showcases another difference between him, Burke.

Friday October 24, 2014

Governor

4:55am
Gov. Walker. Attends ribbon cutting for Midwest Engineering Systems' expansion.
4:54am
Gov. Walker. Attends 2014 Marketplace Conference.

Legislative

3:42pm
Sen. Schultz. In Richland Center, Loganville, Reedsburg and Mauston on Thursday, October 30.
1:55pm
Rep. Barca. Unfinished business: Rebuilding Wisconsin's middle class.
1:54pm
Sens. Shilling, Hansen. Revelations about Walker's involvement in real estate scandal raise troubling questions about rush to sell state property.
9:16am
Rep. Berceau. Once again Walker rejects millions in federal money. Letter to Gov. Walker.

6:01am
Ashland Daily Press. School Board Association seeks increased revenue limits.

State Agencies

3:46pm
DOT. Teen driver safety tip of the day: Texting while driving is against the law.
3:46pm
DOT. Trick or treating starts this weekend; keep kids safe with these tips.
3:08pm
WEDC. 8 Wisconsin companies win Marketplace Governor's Awards.
1:52pm
DHS. Wisconsin launches Ebola information line.
12:44pm
DOJ. Brandon Behrens sentenced in Iowa County for strangulation and causing great bodily harm.
12:40pm
DWD. Meetings and hearings. Oct 27-31.
11:55am
DOJ. Jimmie L. Miller bound over for trial in Racine County under state's sexually violent person statute.
10:28am
AG Van Hollen. Issues reminder to register for upcoming public records and open meetings laws seminars.
4:59am
Madison Chapter National Lawyers Guild. Wisconsin Attorney General wasting taxpayer dollars with failed sing along prosecutions and appeals.

3:50pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin health officials start Ebola hotline.
7:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Most new enrollees in state voucher program were in private schools.
7:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State cries foul over move to steer refunds to crime victims.

Economy/Business

5:36am
Duluth News Tribune. Enbridge CEO Monaco: Twin Ports critical to the company.
4:52am
USA Today. Sears disputes report of 116 store closures, layoffs.

Statewide

3:40pm
Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership. Endangered Whooping cranes depart on aircraft-guided flight to Florida.
2:01pm
Alliant Energy. Heads-up during harvest.
1:57pm
American Lung Association. Spark to hold statewide tobacco-free campus summit.

Courts

3:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chisholm declines to launch probe of his handling of Doe.
7:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Complaint filed against judge for handling of voter ID case.

Education

5:29am
Badger Herald. UW departments prepare to 'trim the fat' in case of tuition freeze extension.

Local

4:45am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Legislators pressure FDL Council to reduce tax rate.

Congress

12:38pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Sends letter to Holder on federal adoption.

4:46am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Johnson gets crash course in convenience store work, issues.

Politics

4:17pm
Walker for Governor. To begin 10-day "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback" bus tour in campaign's final days.
4:16pm
RPW. Mary Burke's taxing resume problems.
3:43pm
DPW. Voter fraud or tax fraud - which is is, Frank?
3:04pm
Walker for Governor. Attends ribbon cutting ceremony in Green Bay, highlights manufacturing growth in Wisconsin.
12:01pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Desparate Happ allies continue to lie.
11:58am
RPW. Was Susan Happ soft on domestic abusers from the beginning?
10:27am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
10:19am
DPW. Shocking information discovered on Brad Schimel's position on women's reproductive rights.
9:05am
RPW. Video: Even the Clintons hate plagiarism.
4:58am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Appears on Wisconsin Public Radio & Television.
4:57am
CRG Network. To assist election fraud monitoring effort.

3:49pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Clinton touts Mary Burke, takes swipe at Scott Walker. La Crosse Tribune.
3:34pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Happ supports domestice abusers' insanity pleas.
12:04pm
Chippewa Herald. Burke continues to outspend Walker on TV.
10:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrat Susan Happ debuts ad in AG race.
10:29am
WEAU. Attorney General candidate, Brad Schimel, makdes stop in Eau Claire.
7:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: State must do better on environment, energy, transportation.
6:11am
CBS 58. Clinton campaigns for Mary Burke, Christie coming back for Scott Walker. 
5:52am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Zahn bringing 'sense of fairness' to state Capitol.
5:51am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Senator Fitzgerald keeping eye on Wisconsin finances.
5:50am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jorgensen, Herbert debate issues in 43rd Assembly race.
5:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. St. Norbert-WPR survey indicates election will be referendum on Walker.
5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats eye 9th Senate District in bid to regain control of Senate.
5:25am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County again eyes 'wheel tax.'
5:16am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. AG candidates set to debate on public television.
5:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Clinton to campaign for Burke in Milwaukee.
5:05am
Capital Times. Once a Mary Burke critic, WMC board member lauss her on startup investing plan.
5:01am
Racine Journal Times. Lt. governor candidate Lehman wages campaign quietly.
4:50am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Hundreds take advantage of early voting in Oshkosh.
4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Send Rep. Sean Duffy back to Washington.
4:48am
Marshfield News Herald. Editorial: For 86th Assembly District, we endorse Spiros.
4:44am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Laning, LeMahieu talk education, minimum wage.

Thursday October 23, 2014

Budget

3:55pm
Sen. Farrow. Trick and no treat: Senate Democrats double down on scare tactics.

Legislative

4:22pm
Rep. Bies. Family Care for Northeast Wisconsin will move forward.
3:40pm
Rep. Ballweg. Assembly Republicans unveil "Forward Agenda."
3:20pm
Rep. Johnson. Named Vice-Chair of Legislative Council Study Committee on Adoption Disruption and Dissolution.
11:46am
Sen. Lassa. Time for bipartisan action on BadgerCare, minimum wage.

State Agencies

5:01pm
GAB. Absentee ballot by mail request deadline one week away.
4:45pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Oct. 26-Nov. 1.
3:33pm
DWD. Secretary honors Sheboygan area employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
3:22pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson recognizes central Wisconsin employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
2:37pm
DATCP. Halloween costumes can scare up trouble for your pet.
2:33pm
School Choice Wisconsin. Statewide voucher program numbers - the whole story.
2:31pm
DPI. Statewide voucher program enrollment counts. 
1:22pm
DNR. Winnebago system sturgeon spearing license deadline Oct. 31.
11:47am
DOT. Teen driver safety tip of the day: Prep for driver test? There are apps for that.
10:19am
DVA Sec. Scocos. To send-off Edgerton High School band, choir to New York.
9:44am
Board on Aging and Long-Term Care. October is National Long-Term Care Resident Rights Month.

3:32pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Most voucher students came from private schools.
5:07am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Hunters kill 98 Wisconsin wolves.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dems fault Walker for not seeking preschool grant.

Statewide

3:18pm
WMC. Report: Obama carbon regulations to hike electricity rates 15% in WI.
2:26pm
Honoring Choices Wisconsin. Six new organizations joing Honoring Choices Wisconsin.
2:25pm
Honoring Choices Wisconsin. Advance care planning continues to grow in Wisconsin.
1:24pm
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. ProHealth Care joining Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Blue priority network.

5:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. WTO rules U.S. can't require country-of-origin labels on food products.
5:12am
La Crosse Tribune. Minimum wage hike: Popular, but is it effective?
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin returns to top 20 in annual energy-efficiency report.

Courts

5:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Nearly 50 DAs decline to investigate Chisholm in John Doe.
4:04pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin court won't reconsider voter ID case.
4:03pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Appeals court rejects Wisconsin Club for Growth request to reconsider John Doe ruling.
6:38am
Reuters. Critics of Dow herbicide sue U.S. EPA over approval.
4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Judge-shopping must be stopped.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge extends hold on law barring campaign collaboration.

Education

4:11pm
UW-Stout. Cabot executive program marks 30th year with Wall of Honor.
3:13pm
UW-River Falls. Liu is Peterson Lecture Series speaker.
3:09pm
UW-Stout. Victoria Sanchez receives Women of Color in Education Award.

Local

3:36pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Reminds people that guns are not allowed at the courthouse.
1:26pm
Waukesha County Nutrition Coalition. Celebrates 20 years.
1:04pm
Milwaukee Sup. Borkowski. Invites residents to discuss proposed Wedgewood Wading Pool closed.
11:49am
Milwaukee Alderman Murphy. Financial planning day offers free financial counseling & workshops.

4:57am
Stevens Point Journal. Nitrate test results highlight groundwater issues.

Congress

1:15pm
Sen. Johnson. Participates in Kwik Trip Small Business Event.

Politics

4:44pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Rides along with Eau Claire Sheriff Cramer.
4:23pm
Grothman for Congress. Reports strong pre-election fundraising totals.
4:17pm
Walker for Governor. Highlights Wisconsin's growing economy during visit to Prent Corporation in Janesville.
3:46pm
One Wisconsin Now. Exposed: Unearthed document shows Brad Schimel's radical extremism on reproductive health issues.
3:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. #TBT 2006-2010: The stunning hypocrisy of Scott Walker.
1:18pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Requests that television stations pull false ad.
1:11pm
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel cut deal as Waukesha  County DA to let sex offender off with slap on wrist.
1:08pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker: state budgets. 
11:44am
RPW. Domestic abuser kills victim after lenient sentence from incident that same year.
10:20am
Marquette University. Wisconsin political insiders Schneider, Nichols go "On the Issues" to preview Election Day issues.
10:18am
Raise WI. As minimum wage takes center stage in campaign, Gov. Walker pays the price.
10:17am
RPW. The truth about Mary Burke's jobs record: She's running on a plagiarized jobs plan.
10:16am
Kurtz for Congress. Campaign airs new radio ads.
9:36am
Schimel for Attorney General. Milwaukee Police Supervisor' Orgainization endorses.
9:35am
Burke for Governor. A fair shot, a stronger Wisconsin.
5:19am
Schimel for Attorney General. Pro-Happ smear group forced to pull lie filled ad.

4:58pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Madison voters driven by anger, Walker says at campaign stop.
3:34pm
Chippewa Herald. Moulton: Wisconsin's economy shows strength.
6:14am
Washington Examiner. Editorial: Democrats get desperate in their attacks on Scott Walker.
5:47am
WFRV. 19th Senate District discuss the important issues.
5:43am
WQOW. Candidates for governor agree on major Eau Claire project.
5:29am
Sheboygan Press. 27th Assembly candidates debate education, taxes.
5:28am
Oshkosh Northwestern. 54th Assembly: Hintz says work on local issues part of job.
5:25am
Appleton Post Crescent. Local candidates share views on education.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Maintaining quality education requires money.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. WPR-St. Norbert Poll shows Walker, Burke in tight race.
5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Dueling statistics, politics intertwined in Medicaid referendum.
5:03am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q & A: Burke hopes to be unifying force in governor's office.
5:02am
Beloit Daily News. Early vote unlikely to match '12.
5:00am
Capital Times. Editorial: Justice and judgment: Susan Happ for AG.
4:56am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: For 29th Senate District, we endorse Petrowski.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grothman, Harris differ on minimum wage-and most other issues.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: For secretary of state: elimination.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Inside information given to Scott Walker campaign treasurer 'unethical,' top expert says.

Wednesday October 22, 2014

Budget

4:06pm
Sen. Hansen. Walker and the Republicans are lying about the budget crisis.
1:38pm
Sen. Larson. Wisconsin GOP budget crisis cover-up exposed.
12:01pm
Sen. Shilling. Republicans caught in budget cover-up.

Legislative

2:33pm
Rep. Hulsey. Unveils Affordable Healthcare for All plan.
5:55am
Rep. Swearingen. Assembly Republicans' plan to move Wisconsin forward.

7:21am
Chippewa Herald. Bernier clarifies WisconsinEye comment.

State Agencies

3:05pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson recognizes area employers.
12:27pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Joins education, workforce partners to highlight new youth apprenticeship curriculum in architecture and construction.
12:02pm
DOJ. Former Jefferson Coutny Drug Task Force Detective Sergeant sentenced for misconduct in public office.
11:54am
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring a St. Croix County business and its owner to pay $29,444 in penalties and state reimbursement.

5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State jobs agency's approach now focus of campaign.

Economy/Business

4:04pm
Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. 2014 Manufacturer of the Year award applications deadline November 21.
12:52pm
Wisconsin Energy Corporation. Announces 2014 third quarter earnings news release and conference call.
12:30pm
Wisconsin Forward Award. Seeks applications.
12:26pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.

2:18pm
Chippewa Herald. Unemployment down in Wisconsin cities, counties. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:37am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Kimberly-Clark to cut up to 1,300 jobs as it restructures its business.

Statewide

2:32pm
Cornucopia Institute. Powerful organic trade/lobby group recruiting family farmers.
12:50pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin, Wisconsin Family Ties, WI FACETS. Report offers first statewide look at seclusion and restraint in Wisconsin's public schools.
11:19am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Special Interest Smorgasbord, Part 2.
10:33am
Wisconsin Association for Justice. Each on reach one.

5:44am
Marshfield News Herald. Summer of 2014 coldest in area since 1965.
4:59am
Appleton Post Crescent. Asian carp DNA found in Fox River. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Courts

3:19pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Files proposed amicus brief in campaign coordination case, CRG v. GAB.
9:16am
District II Court of Appeals. Robert B. Townsend v. Neenah Joint School District.

2:29pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Court restores Neenah teachers' lawsuit over early retirement.
5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawyer for Chisholm, election officials argues for secret filing.

Education

12:51pm
UW-Eau Claire. Bringing health sciences to the fore: Dr. Mel L. Kantor named Ramsey Endowed Chair.
9:03am
UW-Stevens Point. Chevrolet selects UW-Stevens Point for renewable energy partnership.

5:43am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh school vouchers increase 60 percent.

Local

2:13pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. Negotiations with Southridge to improve safety at bus stop fails.
10:32am
Clean Wisconsin. EPA action sought to clean up Kewaunee County groundwater.
9:55am
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Kewaunee County water problems need federal intervention.
5:56am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Sheriff's Office monitors sex offenders during trick or treat hours.

11:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Groups ask EPA to investigate pollution caused by cattle farms.
5:05am
Beloit Daily News. Beloit doubles wheel tax.

Politics

4:35pm
DPW. Rare Glenn Grothman sighting expected Thursday in Oshkosh.
4:03pm
Raise WI. Another report finds high minimum wage boosts economy.
3:21pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Happ hides behind dark money group with sordid past.
3:08pm
RPW. The truth about Mary Burke's jobs record: Her failures as Doyle's Commerce Secretary.
2:34pm
Kurtz for Congress. Plan for a new direction.
12:47pm
RPW. Wisconsin business owner files complaint against Mary Burke for using campaign funds for her own personal gain.
11:33am
One Wisconsin Now. Calls for central figures in attempted Milwaukee County bid scheme to resign state positions.
11:21am
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement regarding Susan Happ's team's attempt to give predators and defense attorneys access to Department of Justice training materials.
10:38am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
9:53am
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present final pre-election Marquette Law School Poll.
9:11am
Walker for Governor. Milwaukee's first responders endorse.
9:07am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Announces new TV ad.
9:04am
RPW. New radio ad: "Mary Burke's War Chest."
7:21am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ads: "Continuing Wisconsin's Comeback."
5:53am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. What you need to know now to vote in the November 4th election.

2:31pm
USA Today. President Obama to campaign for Mary Burke in Wisconsin.
2:16pm
Chippewa Herald. Swanhorst: Negotiate minimum wage level.
11:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Democrats file lawsuit seeking Schimel videos.
11:43am
Chippewa Herald. Scott Walker responds to revelation campaign treasurer got inside info on real-estate deal.
6:50am
Washington Post. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's tough fight against Mary Burke will decide 2016 future.
5:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW forum panel says final gubernatorial election results may not be close.
5:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Susan Happ vies to become Wisconsin's second female attorney general.
5:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker's false promise of job growth isn't that big of a deal.
5:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Emails show Scott Walker campaign treasurer got inside information on real-estate deal.
5:10am
La Crosse Tribune. Doyle, Happel spar over minimum wage, vouchers.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Nerison, Flesch spar, mostly agree in 96th District debate.
5:03am
Racine Journal Times. Walker outlines abortion, gay marriage positions.
5:01am
Fond du Lac Reporter. U.S. Rep. Tom Petri will not endorse Grothman.
5:00am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Editorial: Truth in advertising? Not in political seasons.

Tuesday October 21, 2014

Legislative

3:59pm
Rep. Kapenga. Bold plan for Wisconsin's future.
3:57pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on Assembly GOP agenda.
3:06pm
Assembly Republicans. Release Forward agenda. Forward Agenda
12:10pm
Sen. Carpenter. Demands apology for national Republican official's insult of Wisconsinites.
12:02pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: State aid cuts hit local public schools hard.

4:39pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assembly leader Robin Vos outlines Wisconsin GOP legislative agenda. La Crosse Tribune.
12:50pm
Rep. Sargent. Requests audit on state plane usage. Letter to Joint Audit Co-Chairs.

State Agencies

3:58pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:55pm
DOT. Teen driver safety tip of the day: GDLs work.
3:53pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $4.6 million for community projects.
1:07pm
WEDC. 18 businesses named finalists for 2014 Marketplace Governor's Awards.
12:00pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Files open records request for insurance industry lobbying on BadgerCare.
11:31am
OCI. Bulletin to insurers regarding renewal with altered terms.
11:27am
DWD. Deputy Secretary Barry recognizes Festival Foods.
10:50am
DHS. State health officials urge Wisconsin residents to get flu shots to protect against influenza.
10:14am
WEDC, UW-Extension. SBIR Advance second round open for high-tech small businesses.
10:09am
DVA. Never Forgotten: Honoring Wisconsin's veterans.

Economy/Business

11:54am
DWD. BLS September 2014 employment report: State's rate of private-sector job growth ranks 15th best in nation, higher thatn Indiana, Michigan & Ohio.

Statewide

3:56pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Not the end for COOL.
3:54pm
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Officers elected at annual convention.
11:30am
UW-Credit Union. Launches fully responsive online banking design.
5:34am
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Publishes Community Resource Guides.

5:11am
La Crosse Tribune. Number of Wisconsin births declines for sixth year.

Courts

9:17am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Everett E. Wood.

5:45am
WISC. Milwaukee County to release John Doe emails.
4:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Expert: Federal appeals court vacancy could tip balance in upcoming cases.

Education

1:41pm
UW-Madison. When the isthmus is an island: Madison's hottest, and coldest, spots.

Local

1:31pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Announces two town hall meetings.
5:33am
Racine Mayor Dickert. Budget Address 2014 text.

Federal Agencies

4:53am
Fox 11. Timber industry leaders, feds meet to discuss bat's possible 'endangered' listing.

Politics

4:36pm
RPW. The truth about Mary Burke's jobs record: Forward with Walker, backward with Burke.
3:52pm
DPW. GOP Assembly candidates pick up their pace of implosion.
1:44pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Endorses Scott Walker for governor.
1:22pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Rejects false claims about Sonya's Law made by Emily's List.
1:05pm
RPW. Susan Happ disregards domestic abuse victim's plea for tougher sentence.
11:32am
DPW. Congressman Obey to support Democratic candidates throughout Wisconsin.
10:20am
RPW. Files open records request with Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele.
10:16am
Reach Out Wisconsin. To host 79th Assembly District debate.
10:10am
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
9:16am
One Wisconsin Now. Walker ad can't hide failing record on higher ed, student loan debt.
5:26am
Bewley for State Senate. Tom Ratzlaff, Mayor of Park Falls, endorses.
5:25am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. What about Wisconsin's seniors?

1:24pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County releases 16,000 emails collected in John Doe probe.
12:30pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker outlines abortion, gay marriage positions.
12:26pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker talks rail safety, economic recovery, defends voucher schools.
12:05pm
The Hill. RNC Co-Chair: Wisconsin voters not so 'sharp.'
11:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans call Walker email release 'slimy.'
11:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Thousands of emails to be released from first 'John Doe' probe of Scott Walker's campaign.
10:28am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Arnold wants to boost employment, education.
10:27am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jagler eyes jobs, heroin, transportation funding.
10:27am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jorgensen running again 'because I love my job.'
10:26am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Hebert concerned about where state is headed.
5:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: A trip to Scott Walker's parallel universe where Act 10 never happened.
5:50am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Clerks: Early voting resembles presidential race.
5:43am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Entitlements draw sharp contrasts between Grothman, Harris.
5:43am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Editorial: Mark Harris best choice for Congress.
5:39am
Janesville Gazette. Ryan, Zerban deliver polite, pointed remarks in Janesville debate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As early voting begins, candidates push turnout efforts.
5:27am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Emily's List ad renews abortion attack on Walker.
5:24am
Capital Times. Editorial: Vote NO on transportation slush fund amendment.
5:12am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Q & A: Walker sees region as key to victory in November.
5:07am
Chippewa Herald. Bernier: Give Workers tools to succeed.
5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Burke, Walker pushing early voting in Wisconsin.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke emphasizes voter turnout in Fox Valley.
5:00am
Daily Cardinal. Mary Burke meets with students, hosts teleconference on student issues.
4:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Candidates offer differing points on frac sand mining in state Senate race.
4:54am
WKOW. Bill Clinton to campaign with Mary Burke in Wisconsin Friday.
4:51am
WKBT. Governor Walker, Burke campaign as election draws near.

Monday October 20, 2014

Governor

5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Voucher school accountability must be a priority for governor.

Legislative

10:26am
Rep. Shankland. To hold town hall office hours on October 24.

State Agencies

3:00pm
GAB. In-person absentee (early) voting starts today.
12:52pm
DOJ. Madison man charged with being party to the crimes of burglary and theft as a repeat offender.
12:21pm
WEDC. Recycling company plans another expansion in western Wisconsin.
12:20pm
WEDC. Menasha Packaging expanding operations in Wisconsin.
12:18pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Trempealeau County frac sand mining and processing facility to pay $80,000 in forfeitures, fees, and costs.
12:16pm
DATCP. Seminar to help farms, small businesses understand legal issues.
12:13pm
DATCP. Simple rules for safe ghouls.
5:05am
DNR. Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 5 to hunting and trapping, effective 6:30 p.m., October 20.
5:04am
DNR. Closes Wolf Harvest Zones 1 and 4 to hunting and trapping, effective 6:30 p.m., October 19.

1:03pm
Chippewa Herald. State Claims Board pays only $10,000 after $107,249 error in teacher's retirement benefit calculation.
5:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Public has been left waiting too long for emails.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin DNR closing 2 more wolf zones.

Economy/Business

4:18pm
MMAC. New jobs numbers reinforce strong economic outlook.
5:24am
Lockheed Martin. Launches future USS Detroit.

Statewide

12:51pm
Wisconsin Realtors Association. Existing home sales flat in September as median prices rise.
12:50pm
Emerge Wisconsin. Announces hiring of new Executive Director.
11:02am
WPS Health Insurance, Green Bay Packers. Garrett Thomas saluted Sunday for Operation Fan Mail.
10:25am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Potawatomi Hotel & Casino joins LGBT Chamber as Gold Founding Member.

5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obamacare plan rates in Wisconsin to keep pace or decline next year.
4:54am
Daily Reporter. Study: Natural gas shift won't slow climate change.

Courts

8:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Campaign coordination suit filed in a way to get favorable judge.

Education

10:30am
UW-Madison. Professor honored for green chemistry research.
10:29am
UW-Madison. See-through sensors open new window into the brain.

Local

1:37pm
Dane County Board. County officials announce community court.
10:28am
Capitol Neighborhoods. Announces priorities for 2015 city budget.

5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Financial offer from frac sand company leaves towns reconsidering lawsuit.

Congress

12:15pm
U.S. Rep. Petri. Recognized by American Society of Landscape Architects for work in Congress.

Politics

4:31pm
Walker for Governor. Campaign releases new web video: "Tuition Freeze."
2:25pm
UW-Madison College Republicans. Mary Burke still won't commit to a two-year tuition freeze.
2:24pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's foul photo op.
12:53pm
One Wisconsin Now. The latest Scott Walker bald-faced, hair-raising dissemble.
12:48pm
DPW. 10 days of early voting, 10 reasons to vote against Scott Walker.
12:21pm
Grothman for Congress. Receives "Friend of Grocers" award.
11:30am
Schimel For Attorney General. Susan Happ's televised lie on land contract blows up in her face.
10:27am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's work problem: Showing up for it.
10:23am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Releases new ad campaign in state Senate races.
10:22am
Walker for Governor. Mary Burke's disastrous record on jobs.
10:21am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin's economy is on a comeback under Governor Scott Walker.
9:05am
RPW. Kicks off statewide early voting efforts with rallies across state.
9:04am
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association endorses.
7:34am
Kurtz for Congress. TV ad shakes up race.
5:23am
Happ for Attorney General. Republican smear campaign blows up in its face.

1:05pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke to vote early in Madison on Tuesday.
12:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP hits Happ on case, depite 7-year sentence.
9:13am
New York Times. Before bigger stage, Walker must win Wisconsin.
7:32am
Fond du Lac Reporter. AG candidates in tight race to replace Van Hollen.
7:31am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Green Bay is a frequent stop for Walker.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Brad Schimel Susan Happ accuse each other of being soft on sex crimes.
5:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Voters head to polls early in Wisconsin.
5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rep. Ron Kind faces off with veteran of Army, Gulf War in 3rd District.
5:19am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Transportation funding must be addressed.
5:17am
Chippewa Herald. Editorial: Vote yes on transportation referendum.
5:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Danou, Weix divided over best way to serve 92nd.
5:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker puts miles on state vehicles for job - and campaigning.
5:12am
Chippewa Herald. 7th District candidates take own tacks to heal divide.
5:11am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Wage issue not black-and-white.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's red-blue swings offer a map to victory for each party.
5:01am
Stevens Point Journal. Vandermeer: Nullification 'taken out of context.'
5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Transportation amendement is no long-term fix.
4:59am
Racine Journal Times. Walker touts tax relief, attacks entitlements at rally.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke hit campaign trail day after last debate. Stevens Point Journal.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Our picks to propel Wisconsin forward.

Friday October 17, 2014

Governor

2:19pm
Gov. Walker. Announces Ebola preparedness plans, calls for commercial travel ban.
2:15pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Walker fails to apply for federal education grant.
11:30am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Dunn County District Attorney.
11:29am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Waukesha County judge.

3:18pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker joins call for Ebola travel ban. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
2:35pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker requests Ebola travel ban.

Legislative

4:41pm
Sen. Farrow. Recent reports confirm Wisconsin recovery.
2:30pm
Rep. Shankland. New data shows devastating cuts to public schools under Governor Walker.
2:26pm
Rep. Hulsey. Amendment restored $792 million to schools. Information sheet.
5:23am
Wisconsin Child Support Enforcement Association. Names 2014 Legislative Award recipients.

State Agencies

4:26pm
DOJ. Seeks to commit Dennis Yarber for treatment under Chapter 980.
3:20pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Calls on state to implement same sex marriage license changes.
2:31pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Oct. 19-25.
2:29pm
DWD. Governor's Council on Financial Literacy partners with Wisconsin PROMISE; Year of a Better Bottom Line initiative promoting skills for youth and people with disabilities.
2:28pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary recognizes Hayward area employers.
2:18pm
DCF. YoungStar program improves early childhood education throughout Wisconsin.
2:16pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces commitment of James M. Lalor to treatment under Chapter 980.
12:19pm
AG Van Hollen. Appoints Special Agent in Charge Matthew Joy to the position of Arson Bureau Director.
12:19pm
DNR. Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 2 to hunting and trapping, effective noon October 18.
11:35am
Claims Board. Decisions.
11:24am
DOJ. Bradley J. Kolpin, Jr. of Marquette County ordered to pay $8,000 for violations of state waterway and wetland protection laws.
9:59am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Oct. 20-24.
8:45am
DHS. Ebola virus disease.

2:39pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Questions remain on state's handling of online child porn tips.
8:46am
Sun Prairie Star. DOC teams up with local law enforcement on Halloween.
5:37am
Milwaukee Business Journal. PSC likely to derail Milwaukee streetcar appeal Friday, giving city 30 days to sue.

Economy/Business

2:21pm
NFIB Wisconsin. Applauds Governor Walker's job creating performance.
5:20am
WMC. Unemployment rate continues to drop in Wisconsin.

5:36am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee Health Department issues Ebola suggestions for business travel.
5:18am
Badger Herald. Frac sand mining business booms in Wisconsin, sparks controversy.

Statewide

11:26am
Health Watch Wisconsin. Governor Walker's scary bag of Medicaid tricks.
11:25am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Largest national health insurer getting over $12 million from Walker BadgerCare decision.

5:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Raw milk advocate says choosing what one eats is basic human right.

Education

3:38pm
UW-Eau Clarie. Blugold Beginnings receives Great Lakes continuation grant.
10:09am
MPS. Launches new easier-to-use, feature-rich website with improved search abilities.

5:00am
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW System leaders pledge to take lead on affordability.

Local

4:42pm
Dane County Board. To hold public hearing on the proposed 2015 budget.

5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison hospitals prepare for Ebola.

Congress

5:00am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Ribble seeks emergency session of Congress on Ebola.

Politics

4:28pm
Walker for Governor. Politifact: Mary Burke says Walker at fault for nearly $3,000 drop in incomes - FALSE.
2:27pm
RPW. Susan Happ's soft-on-crime approach presents concerns for public safety.
9:56am
RPW. Mary Burke's predecessor at Commerce called her "a disaster."
8:07am
Walker for Governor. The Milwaukee Police Supervisors' Organizaton endorses.
6:07am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Senate hopefuls Nass, Kilkenny face off.
5:54am
Schimel for Attorney General. An open letter to Susan Happ.
5:24am
Grothman for Congress. Launches radio ads in 6th District.
5:21am
WMC. Where does Mary Burke stand on global warming policy?
5:19am
DPW. Latest job numbers show Wisconsin continues to rank dead last in the Midwest in job creation.

2:40pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Next governor will inherit budget headed toward deficit.
2:37pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. Walker to cities: Burke wants collective bargaining.
2:36pm
Chippewa Herald. Man in the middle? Partisanship at heart of 3rd District House race.
6:13am
Baraboo News Republic. Kirsch, Considine share views at forum.
6:08am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Zahn, Chojnacki introduce selves at debate.
5:53am
Fox 11. Gov. candidates explain plans for higher edcuation costs.
5:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Candidates running for Secretary of State want more duties returned to office.
5:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Happ, Schimel both say John Doe reform may be necessary.
5:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke says she will spend rest of campaign on tour around state.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Former Commerce secretary's 2006 assessment of Mary Burke: 'She's a disaster.'
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Things to know for final governor's debate.
5:05am
Marshfield News Herald. Editorial: Why we (still) endorse candidates.
5:04am
Racine Journal Times. AG candidate Brad Schimel wants to update open records, meetings laws.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke to make closing arguments Friday night.
5:02am
Sheboygan Press. Libertarian hopes voters' true beliefs equals victory.
5:02am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Swaying votes: The ad wars in Wisconsin.
5:01am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Ballot question protects transportation fund.

Thursday October 16, 2014

Budget

5:12am
Chippewa Herald. State budget picture slightly better, but questions remain about 2015.

Legislative

3:43pm
Sen. Lassa. State aid cuts hit local schools hard.
3:11pm
Rep. Craig. Reacts to positive jobs report.
2:26pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Jobs report shows continued gains for Wisconsin.
1:03pm
Sen. Risser. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.

12:44pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Pro-gun group will push to legalize bringing weapons onto school grounds.

State Agencies

3:52pm
DOT. Packer travel advisory.
3:25pm
DWD. Green Bay employer honored for efforts to hire job seekers with disabilities.
3:12pm
DWD. Appleton area employers honored for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
1:12pm
DOT. Operation Safe Driver strives to prevent large-truck crashes.
1:09pm
DOT. Teen Driver Safety Week to be held October 19 to 25.
9:45am
AG Van Hollen. Joins other attoneys general in support of federal bill providing restitution to child pornography victims.
9:38am
DWD. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, DWD Sec. Newson recognize 2014-15 Project SEARCH interns at St. Elizabeth Hospital.
9:37am
WHEDA. Gov. Walker appoints Brad Guse as WHEDA Board Chairman.

5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Hollen: Open meetings law applies to canvassing boards.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State aid increases for half of Wisconsin districts.

Economy/Business

1:51pm
CWAG, Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans, NAACP. Statement on public utilities rate increase.
1:29pm
DWD. September BLS estimates: State unemployment rate declines to 5.5%; monthly employment survey shows gain of 8,400 private sector jobs.
1:28pm
Wisconsin Energy Corporation. Wisconsin Energy, Wisconsin Electric delare quarterly dividends.
1:02pm
Agri-Growth. Unprecedented coalition calls for action on pipeline project.

1:29pm
Fox 11. Wisconsin unemployment rate drops, jobs increase.
5:04am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Broadwind Energy lands $11 million contract.

Statewide

1:14pm
One Wisconsin Now. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report exposes issues in private student loan system.
10:57am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. State records show insurance industry lobbied on BadgerCare.
10:21am
Wisconsin Budget Project. Proposed tax shifts would cut taxes for richest, raise taxes for others.
8:34am
Arts Wisconsin. Presents 2014 Arts in the Community Awards.

10:20am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Preparation vital should Ebola outbreak hit here.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Leon Panetta foresees long-term, widespread war on terror.

Education

3:13pm
Marquette University. Robots becoming mainstream topic of Marquette engineering lecture.
9:42am
Marquette University. Marquette's response to the civil rights movement topic of panel discussion.

Local

3:10pm
Clean Lakes Alliance. Offers how-to: yard care for healthy lakes this Friday.
1:11pm
REDgen. North Shore communities rally to foster resilience among youth.
1:05pm
M-WERC. Development efforts in Century City create momentum for M-WERC and its members.
8:39am
Public Policy Forum. 2015 Milwaukee County budget focuses on structural deficit.

6:05am
WKBT. Frac sand mine may have contaminated drinking water.
5:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Supervisors hit new Mental Health Board on budget process.
5:03am
Duluth News Tribune. Park Service considers fee to visit ice caves.

Congress

2:47pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on Ebola crisis.
12:08pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Sends letter to DEA, ICE regarding asset forfeiture program.
12:07pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Urges CDC to focus on core priorities.

12:47pm
Chippewa Herald. Duffy: Stop taking visas from West Africa.
5:17am
Marshfield News-Herald. Sen. Johnson visits city to discuss economy, business.

Federal Agencies

8:38am
U.S. DVA. Madison VA Hospital recognized nationally as LGBT leader.

6:27am
Reuters. EPA approves Dow's Enlist herbicide for GMO soy, corn.

Politics

4:19pm
Raise WI. New poll: Minimum wage driving voters away from Scott Walker.
3:24pm
Libertarin Party of Wisconsin. Tom Nelson wants to downsize our prisons.
2:04pm
RPW. New WISGOP radio ad: "She's a disaster."
1:09pm
DPW. That's what he said..."We took a $3.6 billion budget deficit that we inherited from my predecessor and turned into a surplus."
1:07pm
Walker for Governor. Wisconsin adds 8,400 private sector jobs in September, unemployment rate drops to 5.5%
12:09pm
DPW. AG candidate Brad Schimel shows selective memory on campaign trail.
11:33am
Volunteers for Agriculture, Dairy Business Association, Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. State's farming organizations blast campaign ad against Governor Walker.
10:17am
Schimel for Attorney General. Proposes crackdown of felons with guns in Milwaukee.
9:43am
RPW. Child molester offends again and back in court after Susan Happ secured deal in 2002.
9:40am
Walker for Governor. Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Association endorses.
8:35am
Walker for Governor. Milwaukee Police Association endorses.
5:27am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. No excuse now not to vote on or before November 4th.
5:23am
Kurtz for Congress. Out-fundraises 18 year incumbent with individual donors.

12:51pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Brad Schimel fields questions from Journal Sentinel editors, reporters.
12:49pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker, Burke have little in common.
12:49pm
Chippewa Herald. Kurtz bests Kind among individual donors; incumbent maintains large cash advantage.
12:46pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin AG hopeful proposes gun deal.
12:45pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grothman leads Harris in fundraising in 6th Congressional District.
12:43pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker contends he's left Wisconsin environment cleaner than when he found it.
12:41pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker being outspent on television ads.
10:07am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Burke, supporters hope Walker's opposition to raising minimum wage sways voters in tight race.
9:48am
Waunakee Tribune. Forum lets Assembly candidates state platforms.
6:06am
WEAU. 7th Congressional District candidates talk about the issues on "WEAU 13 News Today."
5:20am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Outspoken Grothman's views often more nuanced.
5:19am
Sheboygan Press. 26th Assembly candidates talk schools, jobs at Spaceport Sheboygan.
5:15am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Walker says not sharing Act 10 plan was a mistake.
5:15am
Capital Times. Questionable impact: How much influence do Wisconsin governor's have over the state's economy?
5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Attorney general candidates Brad Schimel, Susan Happ find areas of agreement, dispute.
5:12am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Ryan, Pocan fit this state.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Burke says she disagreed with Jim Doyle on number of issues.

Wednesday October 15, 2014

Governor

2:29pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates grand opening of Bay Link Manufacturing during Manufacturing Month.

Budget

4:38pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on Annual Fiscal Report.
3:57pm
Sen. Larson. Wisconsin families deserve real answers - not more political spin - from GOP.
3:39pm
Rep. Kooyenga. Statement on the release of the Annual Fiscal Report.
3:38pm
Sen. Shilling. Republicans run from Walker's budget crisis.
3:09pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on Annual Fiscal Report.
3:06pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Wisconsin budget ends fiscal year with half-billion dollar cash balance.
2:25pm
DOA. Annual fiscal report FY14. Appendix.

3:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State ends fiscal year with $517 million on hand. WISC.
10:46am
La Crosse Tribune. Status of Wisconsin state budget due in report.

Legislative

4:03pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Republican budget cuts hit Whitewater, Parkview schools hard.
3:29pm
Rep. Hulsey. Does Gov. Walker care more about dead dogs than healthy babies, mothers?
3:08pm
Rep. Wright. New figures show public school cuts, statewide voucher expansion devastating to local school districts.
2:38pm
Rep. Barca. Schools across state feel devastating impact of Republican public school cuts, statewide voucher expansion.
2:08pm
NAMIC. Wisconsin state lawmaker receives Legislator of the Year Award.
12:59pm
Sen. Hansen, Rep. Genrich. Praise innovative collaboration between manufacturers and public schools.
12:35pm
Rep. Hulsey. (Updated) Says Wisconsin workers need a raise.
12:11pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on general aid certification for Wisconsin schools.
12:09pm
Sen. Gudex. Wisconsin continues to invest in education.
10:55am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statewide school funding up over $85 million for 2014-15 school year.
10:00am
Rep. August. Praises DOR for reduction in unclaimed property claims.

State Agencies

3:36pm
DOJ. Bond set at two-million dollars for Kristopher Torgerson.
1:52pm
DOT. Governor Walker issues Wisconsin Rustic Roads Week proclamation.
1:50pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Attends Utility Preview Day, celebrates energy partnership.
1:16pm
WEDC. Astro Industries continues to grow in Green Bay area.
1:07pm
AG Van Hollen. Issues formal opinion to Bill Leuders concerning advance notification to state and local public officials before releasing records. Opinion. Request.
12:38pm
AG Van Hollen. Issues formal opinion to Kenosha County Corporation Counsel concerning a county executive's veto authority to amend a line item budget appropriation. Opinion. Request.
12:32pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Rainey. Critical of Gov. Scott Walker Administration ruling on minimum wage.
11:59am
AG Van Hollen. Issues formal opinion to the Government Accountability Board concerning the applicability of Wisconsin's open meetings law to the activities of election canvassing boards. Opinion. Request.
10:31am
DOJ. Edward Van Der Molen sentenced on theft by contractor charge and securities related read-ins.
9:55am
OCI. Medicare Advantage open enrollment period starts early.
9:45am
DPI. General state aid certified to school districts. By District. By Percent Change.
8:35am
DFI. Nominations open through Nov. 21 for 2014 Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award.
4:45am
ETF. Legalization of same-sex marriage in Wisconsin; Information for members and employers.

5:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin state benefites agency opens 30-day enrollment for same-sex spouses.

Economy/Business

1:04pm
WMC. Kapco, Inc. wins first-ever Wisconsin Business Achievement Award.

5:28am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Frac-sand firm cited in Wisconsin is wrong one.

Statewide

4:00pm
Alliance Defending Freedom. Offers guidance to Wis., Ind., Utah officials responsible for issuing marriage licenses.
11:49am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. In-person absentee voting begins Monday.
10:02am
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. Highlighted in Healthcare Equality Index 2014.

Courts

8:37am
District II Court of Appeals. Domenico Bentivenga v. City of Delevan.

Education

2:33pm
MPS. Manhattan Project scientist among 11 Washington alums set to join Hall of Fame.
1:00pm
UW-Stout. Innovative course project combines cinema, animation, game design.
11:46am
UW-Madison. To practice mindfulness, start by counting your breaths.

4:43am
NBC 15. Rural schools speak out on underfunding.

Local

11:55am
Racine Journal Times. Police, fire would pay WRS, be able to ask for raises in 2016-17.
5:36am
Chippewa Herald. Health departments in Chippewa Valley ready for Ebola.
5:11am
Stevens Point Journal. PAC Group upset about damage to Burke signs.
5:05am
Wausau Daily Herald. Low Ebola concern here; health care workers prepping.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee council OKs measures to ease sale of empty school buildings.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwauke ordinances quash cash incentives from charter schools.

Congress

2:12pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces nearly $93 million in winter heat aid to Wisconsin.
10:40am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Honored with award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence.

5:54am
Governing. In Nebraska, Paul Ryan's anti-poverty plan has already been tested.
5:37am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. U.S. senator criticizes Obama's efforts to stop Ebola, ISIS.

Politics

4:08pm
Raise WI. Walker's lead evaporates as minimum wage becomes dominant election issue.
3:30pm
Grothman for Congress. Reports strong third quarter fundraising.
1:13pm
Marquette University. Marquette Law School Poll finds ties in Wisconsin races for both governor and attorney general.
1:05pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Marquette Law School Poll.
12:06pm
One Wisconsin Now. Burke repeats call for student loan reform to aid borrowers.
12:05pm
DPW. That's what he said...The minimum wage? "I don't think it serves a purpose."
11:43am
Grothman for Congress. Releases new TV ad.
9:59am
RPW. Flip-flop: In one day Burke tells press she won't raise taxes, tells supporters she will.
5:33am
Raise WI. Workers launch get-out-the-vote campaign for higher minimum wage, new governor.

12:56pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin attorney general's race between Schimel, Happ remains close.
12:52pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke tied among likely voters in latest MU poll. Chippewa Herald.
12:49pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke says dispute over jobs plan slowed momentum.
10:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke fields questions from Journal Sentinel editors, reporters.
9:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest Marquette poll results come in busy week on campaign trail
8:46am
Sun Prairie Star. Editorial: What First Amendement?
8:23am
ABC News. Obama plans push to help 7 Dem governor hopefuls.
5:41am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Candidate forum: Assembly hopefuls debate minimum wage.
5:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Candidate forum: Senate contenders add to minimum wage debate.
5:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. Latest Marquette University poll to be released.
5:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Northern Wisconsin Senate battle centers on Penokee Hills mine.
5:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Paul Ryan says his focus is on re-election, not on 2016.
4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 6th Congressional District: Harris more than a 'numbers guy,' supporters say.
4:56am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Burke talks taxes during Ledgeview stop.
4:47am
WEAU. Republican candidate for Congress Tony Kurtz talks about his campaign.

Tuesday October 14, 2014

Governor

4:59pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls on Governor Walker to raise the minimum wage in Wisconsin.
3:07pm
Various Representatives. Letter to Gov. Walker on implementation of marriage equality in Wisconsin.
5:29am
ACLU of Wisconsin. State of Wisconsin to recognize June same-sex marriages.

3:01pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker pitches gas tax change for road funds.
5:21am
Racine Journal Times. Walker says Wisconsin has plans for Ebola.
5:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker floats replacing gas tax to fix transportation shortfall.
5:09am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker directs state to recognize 100s of gay marriages. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Budget

10:03am
LFB. Net loss/gain to transportation programs due to general fund transfers since 2003-05.

Legislative

3:13pm
Rep. Barca. Wisconsin workers deserve a raise.
2:45pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: WAFS works to prevent fires and help survivors.
2:05pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Column: Wisconsin sportsmen need to step into the national spotlight.
2:03pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. Honors two legislators with Scales of Justice award.
2:02pm
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Wisconsin's financial outlook continues to improve.
10:51am
Wisconsin Troopers' Association. Announces Scott Krug for Representative of the Year award.
10:07am
Sen. Carpenter. Governor Walker need to intervene in PSC "fixed rate" fiasco. Letter to Gov. Walker.
5:32am
Cooperative Network. Nerison receives Friend of Cooperatives Award.

State Agencies

3:12pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:09pm
GAB. Wednesday last day for voter registration drives.
12:25pm
DOR. Collections, first quarter FY2015.
11:55am
WEDC. Changes in exporting programs expected to lead more Wisconsin companies overseas.
10:11am
DWD Sec. Newson. Highlights Governor's workforce investments at Racine Community discussion on workforce pipeline.

Economy/Business

5:13am
Marshfield News Herald. Duffy talks jobs with Roehl Transport.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin companies hit by railway shipping delays.
5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. School administration software company expands after near-departure.
5:01am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Greater Milwaukee Committee, Milwaukee Women inc set ambitious board diversity goals.

Statewide

3:51pm
Integrys Group. Heating season arrives soon. Wisconsin Public Service says energy assistance available.
1:52pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Minimum wage hike not good for Wisconsin's economy.
10:55am
MacIver Institute. Moving beyond the ACA: Healthcare Solutions Week calls for a new way forward.

6:44am
Bloomberg. Dedicated Ebola hospitals sought after nurse's infection.
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin health officials gather as Ebola concerns rise.

Courts

3:31pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District. Citizens for Responsible Government Advocates v. Thomas Barland - decision and order.
9:12am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Carl H. Creedy.
9:11am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Jushua F. Stubbins.

3:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge says election officials, prosecutor can't stop campaign collaboration.
3:30pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge orders state to stop enforcing 'coordination' law.
12:20pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. State's attorney asks for extension in lawsuit.
5:24am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Supreme Court was right to put voter ID on hold.

Education

12:57pm
Alliance Defending Freedom. Proposed policies violate children's privacy, invite lawsuits in Minn., Wis., RI.
12:27pm
UW-Stout. Students inspired by massive manufacturing technology event.
10:10am
UW-Eau Claire. A voice for the voiceless: Celebrated playwright's work takes center stage.
5:31am
UW-Stout. Novelist to kick off Reading Event Series with Oct. 16 talk.

5:04am
Daily Cardinal. Chancellor Rebecca Blank discusses "tough" financial times with Academic Staff.

Local

2:00pm
Madison Mayor Soglin, Madison Metropolitian School District, Dane County Exec. Parisi. Madison Out-of-School Time town hall meeting.
1:05pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County takes legal action to stop Town of Madison continued obstruction of homeless day resource center.
11:51am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Legal challenge to City of Eau Claire's unwarranted expansion of TIF districts.

5:43am
Portage Daily Register. DNR bureaucracy frustrates county.

Congress

1:19pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Politics

3:08pm
DPW. Office of Lawyer Regulation dismisses complaint against AG candidate Susan Happ.
2:19pm
Laning for State Senate. Bipartisan Wisconsin Professional Police Association endorses.
2:06pm
RPW. Another child molester receives deferred prosecution from Susan Happ.
1:58pm
Cap Times. Polling experts discuss the Scott Walker/Mary Burke race as Election Day draws near.
1:14pm
One Wisconsin Now. Party line Howard Marklein tows the education privatization line for party bosses and special interests.
11:54am
Dairy Business Association. Endorses John Macco for 88th Assembly District.
11:05am
Walker for Governor. Releases new TV ad: "5th in the Nation."
10:44am
Walker for Governor. Releases new radio ad: "Friend of Farmers."
10:38am
Schimel for Attorney General. After being hammered for financial relationship with child abuser while case was pending in her office, Happ declines yet another debate invitation.
10:22am
DPW. That's what he said..."I supported legislation that would increase safety and provide more information to a woman considering her options.
10:05am
RPW. The truth about Mary Burke's tax record in the Doyle-Burke Administration.
10:04am
River Alliance of Wisconsin. Launches "Wish for Water" campaign.
6:27am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Proposes adding unclaimed property ads to DOT mailers.
5:30am
Bewley for State Senate. Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation workers endorse.

3:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke frames election choice.
3:00pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker doesn't support repealing minimum wage.
2:58pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker won't push for right to work.
1:15pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Burke, Walker making final arguments in race.
1:12pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Mary Burke rejects Scott Walker's gas tax idea, supports highway project restraint.
6:29am
WSAU. Burke meets Sentry Insurance employees, blasts school choice and opponent's job numbers.
6:07am
WKOW. Gov. Walker stumbles in addressing allegations he rejected Medicaid expansion to benefit insurers.
6:05am
WISC. Walker says he 'certainly' won't run for 4 terms.
5:22am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Cast 'yes' vote on amendment. Oshkosh Northwestern Editorial.
5:10am
Racine Journal Times. Ryan, Zerban spar in debate. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
5:05am
Badger Herald. Q&A: Mary Burke talks women's issues, jobs.
5:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State dismisses complaint alleging Happ mishandled case as Jefferson County DA. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Monday October 13, 2014

Legislative

3:23pm
Rep. Barca. Wisconsin taxpayers squander $139 million over the past decade on failed, unaccountable private voucher schools.
2:02pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: Celebrating local history this Columbus Day.
12:58pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Greenland Elementary School honored by the state.
10:32am
Sen. Harris Dodd. Delivers healthy baby boy.
9:25am
Rep. Goyke. Congratulates Milwaukee College Preparatory School - 36th Street Campus on receiving Wisconsin Title 1 School of Recognition Award.

State Agencies

10:45am
DPI. Madison and Marshfield students named AP State Scholars.
10:33am
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson recognizes Gordy's Conty Market .

5:12am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin paid millions to failed voucher schools.

Economy/Business

11:29am
WMC. Launches employee economic education program.

1:17pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Skyward wants to hire 1,000 more locally.
5:54am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Dairy Queen lists stores hit by nationwide data breach, includes three in Wisconsin.
5:35am
Chippewa Herald. 3 Wisconsin utilities propose electric rate hikes.

Statewide

3:29pm
WPS Health Insurance. Medicare RX plans win 5-star rating.
3:22pm
GMC, Milwaukee Women. Diversity on Wisconsin corporate boards improving but more work needed according to report. Report.
2:15pm
WMJ. Aspirin use underutilitized for primary prevention of cardisvascular disease.
12:21pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Campaign contributors benefited from Walker rejection of BadgerCare dollars.
4:52am
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin. 25th anniversary AIDS Walk Wisconsin 2014 raises $462,425.

Courts

5:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Judge Richard A. Posner's riposte skewers state's flawed voter ID law.
5:08am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Justices should stay out of John Doe case.
5:03am
La Crosse Tribune. Court orders on voting right mostly about timing.

Education

11:27am
Marquette University. Leading expert on the economics of cities to speak.
10:50am
UW-Madison. Major grant to fund research into advanced, economically viable bioproducts.

1:15pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Data show gap in Wisconsin school employee pay.

Local

2:08pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. 'Generation to Generation' calendar to be unveiled.
10:47am
Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. To hold town hall meetings on Oct. 30, Nov. 1.

6:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Village that annexed frac sand mine well outside its borders may face lawsuit.

Politics

3:27pm
Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce. Announces candidate endorsements.
3:03pm
Happ for Attorney General. Statement on Office of Lawyer Regulation decision.
2:59pm
Schimel for Attoney General. NRA endorses.
1:00pm
DPW. Democratic candidate for Congress Mark Harris earns major state newspaper endorsement.
10:40am
DPW. That's what he said..."We don't have a jobs problem."
10:29am
One Wisconsin Now. Walker's 'work problem' is his problem.
4:56am
Schimel for Attorney General. Happ lies. Owes victim, Wisconsin voters an apology.
4:54am
Happ for Wisconsin. Shows in debate she will protect Wisconsin women, families.
4:53am
RPW. Statement on attorney general debate.
4:49am
RPW. Statement on first gubernatorial debate.
4:48am
Burke for Wisconsin. Shines in first debate.
4:45am
DPW. Scott Walker fact checks: Economic statistics. Women. Health Care. Fiscal irresponsibility. Pay-to-play politics.
4:40am
Grothman for Congress. Statement on voter ID.

1:16pm
La Crosse Tribune. Man in the middle? Partisanship at heart of third district House race.
1:15pm
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin AG hopeful wants gun background checks.
10:35am
Chippewa Herald. Woman charged with domestic abuse in Burke ad.
10:28am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin's Walker clashes with Burke on vision for state.
6:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. CAFOs, high-capacity wells loom large in central Wisconsin Assembly race.
6:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Next governor will face major health care policy decisions.
5:42am
Marshfield News Herald. Duffy challenger campaigns in Marshfield.
5:42am
Racine Journal Times. Wanggaard, Bryce offer competing visions in bids for 21st District seat.
5:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. With the state divided over Scott Walker and Mary Burke, which voters will pave path to victory?
5:20am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Attorney general debate shows differing philosophies. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke pounces on Scott Walker's comments on state's 'work problem.'
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke pushes for more affordable college education at UWM.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker, Mary Burke disagree on school funding, but specifics scarce.
5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker pleased with his debate performance against Burke.
5:09am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Area's independence draws candidates, swing elections.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin governor candidates spar in first debate. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Friday October 10, 2014

Voter ID

4:14pm
Rep. Kapenga. Supreme Court got it wrong.
1:37pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on Supreme Court voter ID ruling.
1:30pm
Rep. Hulsey. Hails Supreme Court halting GOP voter suppression.
11:48am
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on U.S. Supreme Court order blocking voter ID implementation.
11:02am
Happ for Attorney General. Statement regarding SCOTUS and Wisconsin's voter ID law.
11:00am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on U.S. Supreme Court ruling blocking photo ID.
10:47am
Sen. Larson. U.S. Supreme Court protects our right to vote from Wisconsin GOP attacks.
10:42am
Rep. Jorgensen. Statement on SCOTUS block of voter ID implementation.
10:33am
Rep. Wachs. Statement on Supreme Court voter ID ruling.
9:33am
Rep. Barca. Statement on U.S. Supreme Court voter ID ruling.
9:09am
Speaker Vos. Statement on voter ID decision.
8:43am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. U.S. Supreme Court blocks totally unnecessary and flagrantly partisane voter photo ID for now.
7:23am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on SCOTUS ruling blocking implementation of voter ID.
5:44am
Wisconsin State AFL-CIO. Supreme Court strikes down Scott Walker's voter suppression law.
5:41am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Comment on U.S. Supreme Court action on Wisconsin voter ID law.
5:37am
United Wisconsin. Lauds SCOTUS decision to halt last minute implementation of voter ID law.
5:36am
Rep. Shankland. U.S. Supreme Court blocks unconstitutional voter ID law.
5:34am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Wisconsin voter ID law.
4:40am
U.S. Supreme Court. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - on application to vacate stay.

1:50pm
Wisconsin State Journal. J.B. Van Hollen won't clarify statement on voter ID; appeals court judges thrash law.
5:24am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin voter ID law blocked as high court intervenes. Washington Post. New York Times.
5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Supreme Court makes a good call on Wisconsin voter ID law.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Supreme Court blocks implementation of Voter ID in Wisconsin. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.

Legislative

5:00pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Attends dedication for Lake Mills Elementary.
3:53pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on National Minimum Wage Day.
3:52pm
Sen. Lassa. Congratulates Skyward.
2:42pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Walker administration dragging feet, not serving the state's LGBT community.
11:50am
Rep. Zepnick. Opposes MMAC idea to force referendums raising taxes.

State Agencies

2:44pm
UW System. Regents welcome leaders from Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council in historic meeting.
1:32pm
DHS. Wisconsin has plans in place to repond in the event Ebola is diagnosed in Wisconsin.
11:18am
DNR. Whooping crane flock takes flight.
8:44am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Oct 13-17.
5:33am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:32am
DSPS. Meetings, week of Oct. 13.

1:45pm
La Crosse Tribune. Elections board halts voter education effort.
5:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State introduces new online unemployment benefits application system.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System president: Belt-tightening ahead.

Economy/Business

9:02am
SHINE Medical Technologies. Signs $125 million term sheet.

5:01am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board to host job fair featuring 800 jobs.
4:54am
Stevens Point Journal. 135 employers look to fill 3,000 jobs at career expo.

Statewide

1:30pm
Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles. Coalition welcomes new president of Natural Gas Vehicles for America.

1:45pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. USDA ups expected record corn, soybean harvest.

Courts

11:52am
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - Decision on suggestion of rehearing en banc.

1:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals court dissenters blister state's voter I.D. law.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Court rules in favor of tribes seeking night deer hunting.

Education

1:40pm
UW-River Falls. MBA program to host open house.
1:38pm
UW-Stout. Professor named affiliated scholar of Center for Southeast Asian Studies.
8:46am
Public Policy Forum. Report provides detailed look at school district performance and finances in southeast Wisconsin.

Local

2:53pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Mayo. Criticizes administration for "lack of transparency" in budget proposal.
1:35pm
Southwest Badger. Battling invasive species: Southwest Badger take on phragmites.
5:27am
Milwaukee City Treasurer Coggs. Sets the record straight.
5:26am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Approves jail protocol in place for Ebola virus screening. Protocol.

5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. Agency backs down from 76% tax increase.

Federal Agencies

5:31am
EPA. WaterSense 2014 Partners of the Year honored for efficiency efforts to protect nation's water supply.

Politics

4:58pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Susan Happ hides while Brad Schimel faces voters, shares agenda.
3:58pm
Grothman for Congress. Looks forward to final debates in 6th District.
3:56pm
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Wisconsin women and families need an attorney general they can trust.
2:04pm
DPW. Brad Schimel lets sex offender off with only probation - twice.
1:41pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker's choice: He wants it both ways.
11:19am
Walker for Governor. The facts are the facts: Wisconsin is on a comeback.
11:16am
DPW. AG candidate Brad Schimel digs deeper hole on marriage comments.
11:01am
One Wisconsin Now. Asks: Which bill, Gov. Walker?
9:31am
RPW. What Mary Burke won't say in tonight's debate.
8:52am
WMC. Fringe environmental group uses dark money to attack dark money, mislead public in mining.
5:35am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Gun owners - the GOP is not your friend.
5:28am
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Endorse Gov. Walker for re-election.

5:16am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Walker answers questions from young workers.
5:07am
Sheboygan Press. Harris takes aim at Grothman's absence from Oshkosh debate.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke to debate: Here's what you need to know.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Constitutional amendment on transportation fund goes to voters Nov. 4.
4:57am
Wausau Daily Herald. Duffy: I'd back a wage hike if we back off employers.
4:54am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Walker: "We want to help farms, big or small."
4:51am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Voters get first chance to see Walker with Burke.
4:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's race for governor is among nation's most competitive.
4:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Peck-Bernier race highlighted.
4:44am
Badger Herald. Women's issues rise to surface of gubernatorial election.

Thursday October 9, 2014

Voter ID

8:58pm
U.S. Supreme Court. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - on application to vacate stay.

8:52pm
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. Supreme Court slams brakes on voter ID in Wisconsin.

Legislative

3:44pm
Sen. Schultz, Rep. Wright. To hold public forum in Algoma.
2:35pm
Rep. Hulsey. Calls on Public Service Commission to reject rate increases.
1:38pm
Sen. Lazich. Weekly Republican Radio Address.
10:53am
Sen. Hansen. Democratic Weekly Radio Address.

5:52am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Lawmaker raises concerns abour transportation fund amendment.

State Agencies

4:07pm
UW System. UW Regents approve Program Revenue balances report.
4:06pm
GAB. Announces statewide photo ID public education campaign.
2:37pm
DOT. Governor Walker announces more than $24 million in freight rail awards.
2:19pm
DOT. To campaign volunteers: Please don't place signs in highway right of way.
2:17pm
DVA. Online survey for veterans now available.
1:29pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Welcomes job seekers, employers to Bay Area Career Expo.
5:18am
DATCP. Put your financial identity on ice with a credit freeze.
5:14am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance returns

Economy/Business

2:16pm
Oshkosh Corporation. Announces defense employee layoffs slated for December 2014.

2:22pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Protesters rally agains MGE's proposed rate hike.
1:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Oshkosh cutting hundreds of positions in its defense division.
7:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. American Family Insurance fosters start-ups through venture capital arm.
5:28am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. More Manitowoc Ice layoffs by December.
5:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. Economists say higher minimum wages help, not hurt, economy.
4:46am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Diminishing worker base major concern for state, group says.

Statewide

10:29am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. New report: Wisconsinites still pay far more than Minnesotans for health insurance.
9:43am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Hispanic adults lose fewer teeth while children struggle with decay in Wisconsin.

1:46pm
Chippewa Herald. One in four Wisconsin workers earning poverty wages, says report.
1:44pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study finds 40K people in Wisconsin are barred from voting due to criminal records.
7:48am
New York Times. As trains move oil bonanza, delays mount for other goods and passengers.
5:32am
Sheboygan Press. Editorial: State of poverty is getting worse.
4:50am
Wausau Daily Herald. Expert: Life-saving efforts could deepen heroin problem.

Courts

8:15am
District IV Court of Appeals. Ronald J. Dakter v. Dale L. Cavallino.

1:48pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DA Chisholm, GAB have no lawyers in latest Doe-related case.
6:02am
USA Today. Justices uphold North Carolina's voting restrictions.
5:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison school district, teachers union seek dismissal of contracts lawsuit.
5:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Supreme Court could rule any day now on voter ID.

Education

2:17pm
UW-Madison. Balancing birds and biofuels: Grasslands support more species that cornfields.
1:28pm
UW-Madison. Company developing radio frequency technology to localize breast tumors.
10:49am
UW Madison. Subject experts to lead HR Design sessions. 
10:11am
Marquette University. Law School, College of Education to host half-day conference on future of Catholic K-12 education.

Local

2:40pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Executive budget for cyclists in 2015.
1:54pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Mayo. Sets event to benefit homeless veterans and domestic abuse shelters at Dineen Park on October 23.
1:34pm
City of Sun Prairie. City officials release statements on WEDC awarding $750,000 in tax credits to Thermal Spray Technologies.
10:47am
Dane County Land and Water Resources Department. Dane County Environment, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Committee Annual Public Hearing.

5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee borrowing $33 million to cover tax delinquencies.

Congress

1:32pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Franken, Vitter. Call for Surface Transportation Board to increase freight rail competitiveness and improve service.

Politics

3:47pm
Media Trackers. Happ's office strikes deal with another child molester, man gets 1 year in jail.
2:51pm
DPW. Brad Schimel treats public safety as an election year gimmick.
2:18pm
Dairy Business Association. Endorses Schimel for Attorney General.
1:39pm
Kurtz for Congress. The time is now to secure our border.
1:36pm
One Wisconsin Now. 'Party line' Marklein follows the lead of party bosses and big business lobby.
10:52am
Milwaukee County Sup. Rainey. Letter to candidates for governor regarding racial disparities in Wisconsin.
10:27am
Dairy Business Association. Announces legislative endorsements.
9:44am
RPW. Another ridiculous Mary Burke claim.
8:11am
WMC. The questions state business leaders want to ask Mary Burke.
5:17am
Dairy Business Association. Endorses Governor Walker.
5:13am
Schimel for Attorney General. Response to ridiculous assertion regarding position on race.

2:39pm
Fond du Lac Reporter. Walker, Burke TV ad spending almost equal.
12:10pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Things to know about Wisconsin governor's debate.
8:34am
WISC. Absentee ballot application lists who to vote for.
5:29am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Loaded comments drown out legitimate debate.
5:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Kind challenger Kurtz buys TV time, boasts of 'unbelievable' third-quarter fundraising.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Schimel didn't prosecute attorney who removed files in John Doe probe.
4:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker, Burke prepare for first debate.
4:57am
Wisconsin State Journal. Whose phrase is it? 'Wisconsin is Open for Business.'
4:55am
Racine Journal Times. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson tours businesses with local candidate Van Wanggaard.
4:53am
Chippewa Herald. AG race focus turns to complaint, marriage comment. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Elizabeth Warren to campaign with Mary Burke at UWM Saturday.

Wednesday October 8, 2014

Governor

5:08pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Encourages Governor Walker to apply for federal investments in Wisconsin early childhood education.
3:41pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Wisconsin Democrats call on Governor Walker to apply for new preschool grants.
2:40pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at BioForward Summit.
1:43pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in ribbon cuttin for new Airgas, Inc. distribution center.
1:42pm
Gov. Walker. Joins experts at annual Cyber Security Summit.

8:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker to address cyber security conference.

Legislative

4:26pm
Rep. Zepnick. Testimony regarding Wisconsin Energy rate PSC public hearing.
2:18pm
Rep. Hulsey. Calls on Gov. Walker to restore safety money for children.
12:25pm
Sen. Jauch; Reps. Milroy, Bewley, Smith. Statement on the death of Mike Simonson of KUWS.
11:34am
Sen. Vinehout. Statement on the passing of her father.

2:24pm
Chippewa Herald. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says elections agency leader 'has to go.'
4:24am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Vos says GAB's Kevin Kennedy 'has to go.'

State Agencies

5:06pm
DOR. Tax return extension deadline one week away.
5:05pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Critical of proposed utility rate increase.
3:46pm
PSC. Public hearing for the Madison Gas & Electric rate case.
3:43pm
WEDC. Thermal Spray Technologies to expand in Sun Prairie.
2:39pm
DOJ. Milwaukee County man convicted of unemployment compensation fraud.
2:20pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces national $105 million cramming settlement with AT&T mobility.
12:29pm
DWD. Neenah employer honored for efforts to hire persons with disabilities.
11:56am
One Wisconsin Now. Complaint: Brad Schimel's babysitters club violates campaign finance law.
10:23am
DOJ. Wisconsinites turn out to drop off 17 tons of drugs during September's National Prescription Drug"Take-Back".
9:28am
DOJ. Fond du Lac woman pleads no contest to three counts of felony theft.
9:04am
OCI. Is fire damage covered by your insurance?
6:35am
DOJ. Joint local, state and federal drug trafficking investigation results in arrest of two correctional officers and other suspects on various charges.

2:19pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. AT&T to pay $80 million in refunds and $25 million in penalties in mobile cramming settlement.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Elections board explains decision to implement voter id.

Economy/Business

8:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Federal government changes rules for reporting serious workplace injuries.
4:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We Energies proposal wants to alter solar rules, fixed fees.

Statewide

4:29pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. NFL meets, WI victim advocates wait for action.
12:44pm
Wisconsin Banker Association. $50,000 robbery reward offered by The Peoples Community Bank and Wisconsin Bankers Association.
12:27pm
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Corn producers need to adhere to Duracade stewardship agreement.
11:08am
WPHA, WALHDAB. Response to new UW Population Health website.
6:33am
COWS. Raise the floor Wisconsin.
6:31am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospital's community outreach efforts total $1.7 billion.

8:44am
Reuters. Gay marriage opponents pick new battleground of religious freedom.
4:38am
Fond du Lac Reporter. 'In God We Trust' license plate coming in 2015.

Courts

1:48pm
U.S. Supreme Court. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker; LULAC v. David Deininger. Emergency application to stay Seventh Circuit judgment pending disposition of a petition for a writ of certiorari. Reply in support of emergency application to vacate Seventh Circuit stay.

4:31pm
La Crosse Tribune. Group asks full appeals court to rehear John Doe.
2:28pm
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: A blow against the state's medical malpractice cap.
4:25am
WKOW. Federal judge says hold on gay marriage is lifted.

Education

12:23pm
MPS. Middle, high school open houses begin Oct. 8.
11:38am
UW-Madison. New nonprofit supports women in science.
11:36am
UW-Extension. Steve Hetzel recognized by In Business magazine for outstanding leadership, ingenuity, and financial expertise.
11:32am
Marquette University. National Sports Law Institute celebrates 25th anniversary with conference on evolution of sports law and business.
11:10am
UW-Stout. Career Conference, one of largest in Midwest, expects 300 employers.

Local

11:35am
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Announces two town hall meetings.
11:30am
Waukesha County Board Chair Decker. Announces plan to reduce Chairperson's salary.
6:28am
GSAFE. To hold superhero-themed walk/run/eat for safe schools.

8:15am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Sheehy: Each county could hold own sales tax referendum.
8:05am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin county shuts down frac-sand operation 'running wild.'
7:59am
Wisconsin State Jounal. Paul Soglin offers $282.9M spending plan with nearly $60 increase on average home.
5:02am
Racine Journal Times. Vote on deductible hikes postponed after 11-hour deal between city and police, fire unions.
4:27am
WBAY. WI expanding treatment options to replace prison time for some.

Congress

11:39am
U.S. Rep. Ribble. No Labels awards "Problem Solver Seal of Approval."

2:37pm
The Hill. GAO report: Voter ID laws stunted turnout.
5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Sen. Johnson talks manufacturing, ISIS during visit.
4:29am
Juneau County Star Times. Ron Kind on farming, ISIS and voter registration.

Federal Agencies

12:42pm
EPA. U.S. fuel economy reaches all-time high.

Politics

5:06pm
RPW. Elitist East Coast liberal to campaign with Mary Burke.
1:44pm
Walker for Governor. PolitiFact identifies another false claim made by Mary Burke.
12:32pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Announces October tour: Frontline "ride alongs."
12:23pm
RPW. Response to Mary Burke's misleading TV ad.
9:16am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Governor Walker named to "Dirty Dozen."
9:07am
Kurtz for Congress. Campaign is on TV.
9:05am
Walker for Governor. Releases new ad: "The Facts."
6:36am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Proposes adding unclaimed property to tax forms.

2:26pm
Chippewa Herald. Conservation groups attacks Walker over mine.
2:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker and Mary Burke on their jobs plans.
2:22pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker pushes back amid criticism of abortion ad.
11:40am
La Crosse Tribune. Planned Parenthood leaders denounce Walker ad.
8:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Ballot question would restrict use of state transportation funds.
8:01am
Janesville Gazette. Senate candidate's ads feature bathroom, bar, swearing.
4:45am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Krug, Duncan duke it out in debate.
4:39am
Sheboygan Press. Mark Harris discusses run for Congress (video).
4:37am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Hintz, Elliott square off in first State Assembly debate.
4:30am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Jorgensen, Hebert vie for 43rd Assembly.
4:30am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Ringhand, Fitzgerald at forum for Senate District 15.
4:28am
Sun Prairie Star. Governor Walker visits Bradley Farms.
4:27am
WAOW. Eau Claire to host first gubernatorial debate.
4:25am
WTMJ. Walker, Burke pitch to young voters with election 4 weeks away.

Tuesday October 7, 2014

Budget

2:23pm
Sen. Hansen. Republicans cancel finance meeting in response to growing budget crisis.
12:41pm
Sen. Shilling. Walker's 3 billion budget crisis worsens as Republicans cancel finance meeting.

Legislative

2:38pm
Sen. Lassa. Receives Legislator of the Year award.
11:58am
Sen. Lassa. Column: Farm to School helps kids make healthier food choices.
11:27am
Rep. Jorgensen. Keeps up pressure to extend, expand DMV services to get Wisconsin voters required ID cards. DOT Sec. Gottlieb letter. Letter in response to Sec. Gottlieb.
10:37am
WMC. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos receives State Chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" Award.

State Agencies

3:35pm
DATCP. Oneida County will join EAB quarantine list.
3:08pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:39pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves $2 million for community projects.
1:19pm
WEDC. Workshop to help unravel the mystery of starting your own business.
1:15pm
DWD. Deadlines approaching for round 3 of Governor Walker's Wisconsin Fast Forward initiative.
12:03pm
DWD. Bay Area Career Expo at Shopko Hall Thursday offers most employment opportunities of DWD special recruiting events.
12:02pm
DOJ. Georgia resident pleads guilty to two counts of making false statements to obtain unemployment benefits.
12:01pm
AG Van Hollen. Files amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Colorado v. Schaufele.
11:54am
DATCP. Two new CWD-positive white-tailed deer found on two different farms in Wisconsin.
11:08am
Wisconsin Veterans Museum. Announces November events and activities.
10:13am
WHEDA. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch announces 2014 High Impact Project Reserve awardee.
9:31am
DPI. AP and SAT results strong.
7:42am
PSC. Announces public hearing for Madison Gas & Electric pending rate case.
5:30am
Wisconsin Jobs Now. Response to DWD's minimum wage determination.
5:29am
DWD. Responds to complaint regarding minimum wage.

1:55pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin AP exam performance strong, but racial gap persists.
5:49am
WKOW. DWD rejects living wage complaint.

Economy/Business

5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Business groups to ask MGE to pull rate plan; company plans to move forward.
4:53am
Milwauke Business Journal. Amazon.com readies move into first Kenosha building.

Statewide

11:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Encourages Wisconsin media to donate air time and ad space for photo ID education.
9:58am
WMC. Another false war on women (again).
5:27am
MacIver Institute. Report: Wisconsin was right to reject the Medicaid expansion. Report.

5:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cops, foundation clash on importance of untested rape kits.
5:20am
Fond du Lac Reporter. From day care to health care, average Americans are feeling the pinch.

Courts

2:31pm
U.S. Supreme Court. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker; LULAC v. David G. Deininger - memo in opposition to emergency application to vacate Seventh Circuit stay of permanent injunction.
12:00pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on voter ID ruling.
8:57am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Sohn Manufacturing Inc. v. LIRC.
8:57am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Jevon Jones Jaconi.
8:56am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michael G. Trewin.
8:56am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Louis Andrew Stockman.
8:20am
District I Court of Appeals. State v. Joel I.-N.

2:43pm
New York Times. Ballot rulings with a partisan edge sow confusion in states.
1:53pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Opponents again ask for relief from voter ID.
1:27pm
Milwakee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Club for Growth leader calls John Doe subpoena 'death warrant.'
5:41am
Reuters. Appeals court says Wisconsin voter ID law constitutional.
5:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: U.S. Supreme Court decision opens door to simple fairness in marriage.
4:59am
La Crosse Tribune. Appeals court upholds Wisconsin voter ID law.

Education

10:36am
UW-Stout. Honeybees' cells may offer clues to die-off, published study finds.
10:17am
Marquette University. College of Communication hosting conference on health care, energy, Great Lakes.
10:15am
UW-Stevens Point. LGBT activist to speak.
10:14am
UW-Madison. Influenza researcher Yoshihiro Kawaoka wins breakthrough award.
8:18am
University of Wisconsin Center for Financial Security. Awarded two research contracts from U.S. Department of Treasury.

5:04am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW reserves vary widely by campus.

Local

2:51pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Budget memo to Common Council.
9:35am
Dane County Land & Water Resources Department. Asks boaters, lake property owners and contractors to watch for zebra mussels while removing piers and boat lifts.
7:54am
Milwaukee Professionals Association. A look at the 2015 city budget for core constituents.

1:44pm
La Crosse Tribune. Mayo to state: Southern power line route would stifle Onalaska plans.
5:54am
CBS 58. Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin could lose 80% of its funding.

Federal Agencies

11:22am
EPA. Honors freight carriers for superior supply chain efficiency.

5:08am
Washington Post. Secret Service mistakenly requests racial background of photojournalists.

Politics

1:30pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republican incumbent, Democratic challenger faceoff in swing 68th Assembly District race.
11:28am
Walker for Governor. Volunteer for Agriculture endorse.
10:44am
Schimel for Attorney General. Champion for victims, justice.
8:28am
RPW. Michelle Obama plans do-over campaign stop for Mary Burke.
5:25am
Appleton Post Crescent. Senate candidates Bernard Schaber, Roth debate issues.

1:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Michelle Obama returns to Wisconsin to stump for Mary Burke. Chippewa Herald. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
1:28pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Redrawn 70th Assembly District poses challenge for incumbent Democrat.
9:29am
The Hill. Ryan's first ad: 'Clean house at the IRS.'
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: The campaigns take it negative.
5:05am
Stevens Point Journal. Gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke: 'We can do better.'
5:00am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Michelle Obama to campaign again for Burke.
4:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic congressional candidate launches site in campaign against Grothman.
4:55am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Overwhelming majority of Wisconsinites still support minimum wage hike: Poll.

Monday October 6, 2014

Same-Sex Marriage

5:13pm
Rep. Shankland. Statement on historic Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality.
3:52pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement on SCOTUS not taking Wisconsin marriage amendment case.
3:51pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Statement on Supreme Court marriage equality ruling.
3:05pm
Wisconsin Family Action. Reacts to U.S. Supreme Court denying Wisconsin's gay marriage case.
2:41pm
Rep. Barca. Marriage equality wins in Wisconsin.
2:08pm
Sen. Carpenter. Wisconsin's marriage equality success.
2:07pm
Rep. Berceau. U.S. Supreme Court allows same sex marriage to go forward.
1:03pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Equality wins in Wisconsin.
12:59pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Issuing same sex marriage licenses.
12:58pm
DPW. Statement on marriage equality in Wisconsin.
12:57pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on affirmation of marriage equality.
12:56pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Supreme Court action on marriage equality in Wisconsin.
12:24pm
AG Van Hollen. Statement in the matter of Wolf, et al. v. Walker, et al.
12:16pm
Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic. Says actions by the U.S. Supreme Court have cleared the way for Milwaukee County to begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
11:36am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on end of same-sex marriage ban in Wisconsin.
11:34am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Supreme Court lets stand four appeals court decisions requiring states to allow same-sex couples to marry.
11:30am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Statement on marriage equality in Wisconsin.
11:28am
Rep. Zamarripa. Equality prevails in Wisconsin.
10:29am
Sen. Miller. Statement regarding marriage equality.
9:53am
Rep. Sargent. #LoveWinsWI.

1:02pm
Fox 11. Burke says Walker on 'wrong side of history.'
9:34am
WISC. Court rejects gay marriage appeal; licenses to be issued in Dane County.
9:32am
New York Times. Denying review, justices clear way for gay marriage in 5 states.
9:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gay marriages to resume in Wisconsin as Supreme Court rejects appeal.
9:13am
USA Today. High court ruling may lead to gay marriage in 30 states. Reuters.

Governor

2:09pm
Gov. Walker. Presents awards for heroism and exceptional service at State Patrol special awards ceremony.

Legislative

1:54pm
Sen. Schultz. In Spring Green, Platteville, Lancaster and Highland on Tuesday, October 15.
11:32am
Sen. Jauch; Reps. Milroy, Bewley. Lawmakers call for action over train stoppages in rural communities. Letter to Railroad Commissioner Plale.

4:42am
WQOW. Legislature's buget panel OKs voter ID spending.
4:36am
Appleton Post Crescent. State slows pace of building projects.

State Agencies

4:11pm
DOT. Wisconsin State Patrol presents awards for heroism and exceptional service.
3:32pm
Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse. To recognize contributions to domestic abuse services. 
3:29pm
DATCP. USDA awards $1.4 million to Wisconsin specialty crops. 

3:55pm
Chippewa Herald. UW finished 13-14 with $973M on hand. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State may distribute less in heating assistance this year.
4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR revisits stormwater regulation following frac sand spill.
4:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Backlog in investigations of lawyers called unsustainable.

Economy/Business

8:24am
WMC. Keep Wisconsin "open for business."
5:01am
Grande Cheese Company. Begins construction of Fond du Lac home office & research center.

4:40am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Two Rivers firm plans to add 80 jobs in $19M expansion.

Statewide

1:39pm
Wisconsin Energy Corporation. Schedules shareholder meetings, announce effectiveness of registration statement. 
10:16am
NoVouchers. Grassroots group forms to oppose private school vouchers.
5:02am
Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups. "More public transportation options needed for Millennial and Boomers."

Courts

5:25pm
AG Van Hollen. Statement in the matter of Frank, et al. v. Walker, et al. and LULAC, et al. v. Deininger, et al.
4:30pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Comment on federal appeals court ruling on Wisconsin voter ID.
3:49pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker - Decision.
10:06am
Food Freedom USA. Raw milk and food rights reach the Wisconsin Supreme Court. 

2:40pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Raw-milk advocates plan appeal to state Supreme Court.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Hollen won't defend state in latest Doe-related suit.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Malpractice cap doesn't apply to woman who lost limbs, judge rules.
4:21am
Chippewa Herald. Justices face questions as 'John Doe' probe lands in Supreme Court.

Education

2:54pm
UW System. UW Regents to discuss new report on Program Revenue fund balances. 
1:38pm
Milwaukee Public Schools. Students invited to apply to MPS' early admissions high schools with entrance requirements. 
11:36am
UW-Madison. With NIH New Innovator Award, engineer to study how ovarian cancer spreads.
8:51am
UW Madison. The power of a story.

4:53am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Views on school vouchers differ, but one family pleased.
4:52am
Appleton Post Crescent. Communities address school weapon loophole.

Local

4:13pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Launches voter ID social media campaign.
9:05am
Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation. 3rd Annual A.L.E.R.T law enforcement challenge. 
4:57am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
4:56am
City of Madison. Respiratory virus EV-D68 update - no cause for alarm.

4:42am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Local elections officials prepare for ID requirement.
4:34am
Daily Cardinal. State agencies focus on public education of voter ID law.
4:33am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Public services and shared aid.
4:14am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Retirement contribution vs. $12,900 deductible.

Congress

1:50pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Application deadline for service academy nominations is October 15.

4:13am
Marshfield News-Herald. Johnson plugs tech schools on manufacturing tour.

Politics

4:42pm
Walker for Governor. Campaign releases new web video: "Agriculture."
3:09pm
Marquette University. Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues" to present new Marquette Law School Poll.
2:35pm
DPW. Child pornographer facing 125 years in prison gets no jail time in deal with Brad Schimel.
1:49pm
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel doubles down: Refuses to renounce endorsement of pay to play politics.
1:48pm
Walker for Governor. Releases new ad: "Decision."
1:47pm
One Wisconsin Now. Mary Burke calls student loan reform to aid borrowers her top priority as governor.
9:37am
Pocan for Congress. Walker flights cost Wisconsin taxpayers nearly $1 million.
9:18am
RPW. Unveils new radio ad on Susan Happ's shady land deal.
9:08am
EMILY's List. Releases new ad highlighting Scott Walker's wrong priorities for Wisconsin.
4:55am
Happ for Attorney General. Huge backlog of rape kits in Wisconsin is unacceptable.

3:56pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Advertising in governor's race turns to Scott Walker abortion stance.
10:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Burke's challenge against Walker: closing the turnout gap.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. If elected, will Mary Burke or Scott Walker serve full term?
4:47am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker: Drug tests good for small business.
4:46am
WTMJ. Burke addresses plagiarism charges, upcoming election in live interview.
4:45am
Racine Journal Times. Walker outraises her by 2-to-1 in governor race.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker, Burke took different paths to governor's race.
4:30am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Lt. governor candidate tours to learn of CAFO concerns.
4:30am
La Crosse Tribune. U.S. House District 8 candidates answer questions.
4:27am
La Crosse Tribune. U.S. House District 7 candidates answer questions.
4:25am
Chippewa Herald. U.S. House District 6 candidates answer questions.
4:24am
Chippewa Herald. U.S. House District 5 candidates answer questions.
4:23am
Chippewa Herald. U.S House District 4 candidates answer questions.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. House District 3 candidates answer questions.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. House District 2 candidates answer questions.
4:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. House District 1 candidates answer questions.
4:17am
La Crosse Tribune. Attorney general candidates respond to questions.
4:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker, Burke answer questions before election.
4:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Burke, Walker try to win over women.

Friday October 3, 2014

Legislative

12:26pm
Sen. Schultz, Rep. Wright. To hold public forum in Blanchardville.

State Agencies

3:58pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Oct. 5-11.
3:57pm
DWD. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch celebrates Manufacturing Day at Madison College.
3:04pm
DOA. State energy office receives $325,000 total in grants to promote industrial energy efficiency and biomass projects.
3:02pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson tours Superior businesses for National Manufacturing Day.
2:38pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Joins students in Waukesha for National Manufacturing Day.
1:59pm
DNR. Trappers who incidentally capture wolves during the upcoming fall harvest season are encouraged to contact department staff.
10:29am
DWD Sec. Newson. Joins students in Racine for National Manufacturing Day.
10:28am
DWD. Meetings and Hearings - Oct. 6-10.
10:04am
OCI. Administrative actions - September 2014.
7:58am
PSC. Issues final Strategic Energy Assessment 2020.
5:37am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

Economy/Business

7:50am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment increases by 248,000 in September; unemployment rate declines to 5.9%.
5:40am
Boardman & Clark. Employment law update - October 2014.

1:22pm
Portage Daily Register. Portage AMPI plant to lay off 90 workers.
5:07am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Bemis expansion expected to create 160 jobs.

Statewide

1:58pm
Integrys Group. Emergency responders respond! Grant monies awarded by Wisconsin Public Service Foundation.
11:58am
WPS Health Insurance, Green Bay Packers. Terry Mercier saluted Thursday for Operation Fan Mail.

7:48am
CBS. Long-ignored evidence suddenly used to catch rapists.
5:51am
USA Today. JP Morgan reveals data breach affected 76 million households.

Courts

1:19pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Advocacy group leader: Raids victimized homeowners.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Subject in Doe probe says prosecutors engaged in 'domestic spying.'
5:00am
Reuters. Supreme Court takes no immediate action on gay marriage cases.

Education

4:12pm
UW-Eau Claire. 'The Reign of Wazobia' to feature cast members from around the world.
2:37pm
UW-Stout. Leader in higher education innovation to speak Wednesday, Oct. 8.
1:10pm
UW-Madison. Lubar gift innovates to diversify Law School research.

5:25am
Daily Cardinal. Rebecca Blank, Lori Berquam discuss UW-Madison funding, tuition.

Local

2:36pm
Tobacco Free Columbia-Dane County Coalition. Thousands of Dane County residents now live in smoke-free apartments.
11:54am
Dane County Clerk McDonell. Public outreach campaign launched on voter ID by Madison and Dane County.

5:14am
Beloit Daily News. City to propose flat budget.
4:59am
WEAU. Clark County Board strikes down proposed wheel tax.

Congress

3:23pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Marks the beginning of Manufacturing Month.

5:24am
Badger Herald. Pocan: Walker's tuition freeze 'lipstick on the pig.'
5:04am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Johnson urges strong Obama action.
4:58am
Appleton Post Crescent. Lawmakers rack up free trips.

Politics

2:41pm
DPW. Scott Walker to campaign with Glenn Grothman at Oshkosh fundraiser.
2:40pm
One Wisconsin Now. College Republicans not the only allies of Gov. Walker saying "Yes to the Dress."
2:00pm
One Wisconsin Now. Praises Susan Happ call for crackdown on for-profit colleges.
12:25pm
Hardy for State Treasurer. Independent candidates offer voters a progressive alternative to Republicans and Democrats.
10:30am
Happ for Attorney General. Calls for crackdown on for-profit colleges.
10:01am
RPW. Launches CopyCatMary.com to highlight Mary Burke's ongoing plagiarism and dishonesty.
5:36am
Broitzman for Secretary of State. Former Hustisford Village Board member endorses.

1:17pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Happ promises to crack down on for-profit colleges.
9:02am
Washington Times. Despite union attacks, Walker grabs lead in Wisconsin re-election bid.
5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Rep. Paul Ryan's whopper about competitive districts.
5:15am
Janesville Gazette. 1st District candidates Ryan, Zerban to debate.
5:08am
Wausau Daily Herald. Incumbents make strong show in debate.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ad wars heat up in Walker-Burke race.
4:59am
WKOW. Michelle Obama coming to Overture Center for gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. College GOP plans a 'Say Yes to the Dress' ad for Scott Walker. Chippewa Herald.

Thursday October 2, 2014

Governor

4:50pm
Gov. Walker. Attends expansion groundbreaking at Bemis Healthcare Packaging.
12:11pm
Gov. Walker. Attends expansion groundbreaking at Arow Global in Mosinee.
5:19am
Gov. Walker. Kicks off Manufacturing Month with dedication of Kohler Center for Manufacturing Excellence.

Budget

2:17pm
Sens. Larson, Hansen, Shilling, Wirch. Letter to JFC Co-Chairs regarding state budget.

Legislative

4:49pm
Reps. Jorgensen, Kolste. Feature artwork from Riverfront in State Capitol offices.
12:19pm
Rep. Shankland. Requests extended DMV hours for voter ID access.
10:15am
Rep. Hintz. Stalled state building projects remain a mystery. Letter to DOA Sec. Huebsch.
9:51am
Rep. Hintz. Vos is wrong.
9:42am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic Radio Address.
9:41am
Wisconsin Troopers' Association. Announces Jerry Petrowski for Senator of the Year award.

5:16am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Editorial: Approve funding for voter ID education campaign.

State Agencies

4:17pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of Oct. 6.
3:42pm
DOT. Wisconsin's freight rail system keeps the state's economy moving.
2:50pm
WMC. Updated DNR air monitoring shows clean air at WI sand mines.
2:44pm
DOT. Plan now to ID as a vet before November's Veterans Day.
2:30pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces commitment of Jones to treatment under Chapter 980.
2:27pm
DWD. To launch enhanced UI online claim inquiry system.
2:06pm
AG Van Hollen. Files amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in Elonis v. United States, U.S.S.C. Case No. 13-983.
2:04pm
DNR. Awards La Crosse $250,000 for cleanup at former manufacturing site.
1:11pm
DOR Sec. Chandler. Celebrate manufacturing in Wisconsin: Participate in Manufacturing Month.
12:51pm
DOT. Traffic deaths in September were the lowest for the month since the mid-1940s.
12:49pm
DWD. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, Sec. Newson celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

5:34am
WISC. Group says DOT overspends on highway expansion projects.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin heating assistance now available.

Economy/Business

1:56pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin company responds to health program suit.
5:17am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Paper industry has changed, but jobs still available.
5:04am
Stevens Point Journal. Aging workforce, skills gap leaves jobs unfilled.

Statewide

3:21pm
Wisconsin Credit Union League. 2.5 million Wisconsin consumers have two causes for celebration on Oct. 16.
3:01pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Meats send food prices rising.
2:41pm
Independent Business Association of Wisconsin. Healthcare 2015: Navigating the Maze.
1:15pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. New local data: BadgerCare coverage gap worst in rural counties.
12:50pm
Alliance for Fair Utilities. Community leaders oppose We Energies unfair rate hike proposal.
9:55am
Wisconsin Safety Council. Wisconsin safety professionals named 2014 'Rising Stars of Safety.'
9:23am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Food manufacturers feed economic growth, celebrate October as Manufacturing Month.
5:25am
MacIver Institute. Report: Affordable Care Act increases cost of health care, hurts small businesses in Wisconsin. Report.
5:23am
Cornucopia Institute. Biotech and agribusiness spending heavily to defeat state GMO food labeling votes.

Courts

9:28am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Asks U.S. Supreme Court to block Wisconsin voter ID law.

1:59pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Voter ID foes ask US Supreme Court to block Wisconsin law.
9:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. U.S. Supreme Court is asked to block Wisconsin's voter ID law.

Education

3:20pm
UW-Stout. Special events set for Red, White and Blue Devils homecoming.
1:20pm
UW System. Finalists named for UW Colleges/UW-Extension chancellor.
9:25am
UW-River Falls. Named a 'Top College' by Educate to Career.
9:21am
UW-River Falls. Daymond John of ABC's "Shark Tank" to speak at Scholarship Benefit.
5:22am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Wisconsin voter photo ID - what college students need to know.
5:19am
UW System. Preliminary data shows UW System's 2014-15 enrollments holding steady.

5:40am
WQOW. Area districts turn to referendums to cover operating costs.

Local

2:36pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. 2014 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award.
11:18am
Milwaukee County Board Chair Dimitrijevic, Sup. Haas. To hold joint town hall meeting October 20.
9:22am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Malcolm X fiasco could have been avoided.

5:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chris Abele's budget includes no new taxes or raises for county workers.
5:35am
CBS 58. Milwaukee County resolution will offer free rides to voters with no state ID.
5:14am
Appleton Post Crescent. Many who lost BadgerCare still uninsured.
5:13am
La Crosse Tribune. Local officials press Nov. 4 Mediciad vote as moral duty.
5:10am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee defers retaliation measure against suburbs pending streetcar appeal.
5:07am
Chippewa Herald. WASB leader backs Common Core system.

Congress

5:18am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Slams Brazil cotton deal costing taxpayers $300 million.

Politics

2:31pm
DPW. Wisconsin women continue to suffer as Republicans pursue rigid ideological agenda.
11:23am
Schimel for Attorney General. Receives Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation endorsement.
11:20am
Wisconsin Professional Police Association. State's largest police group issues 2014 legislative endorsements.
10:38am
DPW. Career politician Scott Walker at age 25: "Someday I'm going to be governor."
9:53am
RPW. Plagiarist union boss campaigns with plagiarist Mary Burke.
9:18am
One Wisconsin Now. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch hosts Schimel fundraiser after DA refused to investigate husband's 'pay to play' allegations.

5:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Journalist group criticizes press minders for first lady, Burke.
5:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats question Walker's use of state planes for short trips.
5:36am
WKOW. Mary Burke focuses on women as she enters final month trailing Gov. Walker.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's political ads have been most negative in country, find media scholars.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. In governor race, Walker's the main issue.
5:05am
Wausau Daily Herald. (Video) Replay: State Assembly candidate debate.
5:01am
Marshfield News-Herald. Walker expects 'bombardment' in ads.
5:00am
Wausau Daily Herald. Westlund highlights cooperative, progressive experience.

Wednesday October 1, 2014

Governor

4:44pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in groundbreaking for Sojourner Family Peace Center.

8:25am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. New Holland Pavilions dedicated during WDE opener.

Legislative

12:15pm
Joint Finance Committee. DHS report on overall condition of Medicaid benefits budget.
10:13am
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Statement on GAB request.

12:48pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Legislature's budget panel to consider voter ID.

State Agencies

4:12pm
DNR. Forest Fire Protection Grants announced for forest and wildland fire suppression.
3:24pm
DWD. First Lady recognizes Walgreens for job training program for people with disabilities.
3:23pm
DWD. Job openings approaching 3,000 mark at Bay Area Career Expo Oct. 9.
2:58pm
DPI, Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Diana Callope of Whitewater to represent Wisconsin in National Teacher of the Year competition.
2:00pm
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - Oct. 2014.
11:38am
DOT. Streamlined paperwork opens roads for truckers.
10:18am
PSC. Draft environmental impact statement on the North Appleton to Morgan Project available to public.
10:12am
DNR. After vandalism strikes, DNR donates 100 young pheasants to Richland Center High School.
10:10am
1000 Friends of Wisconsin. Bad traffic projections at Wisconsin DOT could cost taxpayers over one billion dollars. Analysis.
9:53am
Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene. Worker fatalities decline in Wisconsin in 2013.

12:49pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. PSC: Need for $300 million northern Wis. power line will be scrutinized.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Elections board requests $460,000 for voter ID campaign. Chippewa Herald.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Woman decries State's use of segregation cells after witnessing son's mental collapse. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Economy/Business

4:12pm
Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year. 2014 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award applications now being accepted.

1:17pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Feds sue Wisconsin company, saying it can't punish workers who don't complete wellness program.
5:29am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Manufacturing indicator surges in September; employers stay cautious.
5:23am
Duluth News Tribune. Enbridge delays proposed Sandpiper completion, blames state regulators for slowdown.

Statewide

1:59pm
Cooperative Network. Wisconsin and Minnesota governors declare October Co-op Month.
1:57pm
Integrys Group. Wisconsin Public Service Foundation offers scholarships.
1:30pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Law Foundation honors attorney Stephen P. Hurley.
1:13pm
One Wisconsin Now. WMC scrubs controversial graphic attacking pay equity from website.
12:20pm
Wisconsin Industrial Sand Association. Smart Sand, Inc. joins.
11:37am
Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles. New natural gas sleeper cab hits the road in Wisconsin.
9:12am
Integrys Group. October is National Energy Awareness Month - Wisconsin Public Service says stay warm and be safe!
9:02am
One Wisconsin Now. WMC doubles down on attacks on Wisconsin women.

4:52am
Fox 11. Government confirms first case of Ebola in U.S.

Courts

9:01am
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Charles L. Chew.
5:02am
7th Circuit Court of Appeals.  Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker; LULAC v. David G. Deininger - opinion on motion for reconsideration.

12:47pm
Chippewa Herald. Castle Doctrine doesn't apply outside dwelling.
8:21am
New York Times. U.S. cannot subsidize health plans in states with no marketplace, a judge rules.
5:51am
Bloomberg. Gay marriage showdown weighed by U.S. Supreme Court.
5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Another stall tactic in John Doe investigation of Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin Club for Growth.
5:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. What if high court rejects gay marriage cases?
5:00am
WISC. Sharply divided court explains ID ruling.

Education

2:27pm
UW-Stout. Erin Hills internships help students, alumni set sights high.
1:29pm
UW-Madison. New reports offer a statistical portrait of Wisconsin's Latino population.
12:45pm
MPS. Milwaukee Board of School Directors selects new Board Clerk/Director of Board Governance.
12:42pm
UW System. First recipients of UW System Incentive Grants are already reporting significant progress.
5:21am
MPS. Board names Dr. Darienne Driver as permanent superintendent.

5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS appoints Darienne Driver superintendent.

Local

4:33pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Introduces 2015 proposed budget.
4:11pm
Waukesha County Department of Parks and Land Use. Waukesha County and the HOME Consortium develop draft community development and housing plans.
3:05pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Introduces 2015 budget: Shared values, shared responsibilities.
3:00pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Commends investments in 2015 Milwaukee County budget.
1:58pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Announces AED installation at Milwaukee County Sports Complex.
12:43pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Broderick. Says County Executive's budget projects unrealistic savings, places burden on the backs of county employees.
10:42am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Introduces $1.3 billion budget for 2015.
10:16am
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Upcoming Fatherhood Summit offers resources for Milwaukee dads.

Congress

5:25am
Daily Cardinal. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson talks politics with students. Badger Herald.
4:50am
WBAY. Review panel: Wis. rep likely broke House rules.
4:49am
WKOW. Senator Johnson says ground troops may be needed to stop ISIS.

Politics

3:33pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Latest Marquette Poll shows strong and consistent supermajority support accepting federal funds for BadgerCare.
3:02pm
Happ for Attorney General. Madison Professional Police Officers Association endorse.
1:21pm
Marquette Law School. New poll finds Walker leading in race for Wisconsin governor; Attorney General race remains tied.
1:15pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Marquette Law School Poll.
1:12pm
Laning for State Senate. Support for Wisconsin veterans is crucial.
1:09pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on Marquette Law Poll.
11:21am
Vote Yes for Transportation. Voters have opportunity to ensure transportation dollars are used for transportation.
10:30am
One Wisconsin Now. Step 1: Cut funding for AODA programs. Step 2: Impose mandatory drug testing for unemployment benefits.
10:25am
Schimel for Attorney General. Launches TV advertising campaign
10:15am
RPW. Burke says she didn't know details about Neenah family she touted during campaign.
9:44am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Constitutional Carry mugged in the Capitol.

12:52pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker leads Mary Burke 50-45 among likely voters.
12:39pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker leads Burke 50%-45% among likely voters in latest MU poll. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
5:38am
Marshfield News-Herald. As nation watches, Burke urges Dems to beat Walker.
5:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker and Burke camps step up criticisms of each other.
5:10am
Chippewa Herald. Democrats accuse Scott Walker of mixing campaign and official business.
5:08am
La Crosse Tribune. GOP faults Burke for playing Chris Brown song.
5:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Liberal group aims to make redistricting an election issue.
4:48am
WTMJ. Candidates talk domestic violence, drug testing 5 weeks ahead of election.

 

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