Saturday March 31, 2018 - Updated 1:06pm

Peg Lautenschlager Passing

1:06pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on the passing of former Wisconsin Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager.
1:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on our friend Peg Lautenschlager.
10:36am
AG Schimel. Statement on Passing of Peg Lautenschlager. 
10:28am
DPW. In memory of former Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager. 
10:24am
Sen. Shilling. Statement on the passing of Peg Lautenschlager.
10:23am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Peg Luatencschlager's Passing. 

10:27am
Cap Times. Peg Lautenschlager, first woman to serve as Wisconsin attorney general, dies at 62. 

Friday March 30, 2018

Governor

6:22pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Supports juvenile justice reform.
4:54pm
Gov. Walker. Signs bipartisan juvenile justice reform bill into law.
4:50pm
Speaker Vos. Statement: Signing of the 'Wisconsin Model' for juvenile corrections reform.
3:59pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Lincoln Hills.
3:03pm
Gov. Walker. Welcomes 37 new officers to the Wisconsin State Patrol in La Crosse.
11:33am
Gov. Walker. Announces 2018 Trailblazer Awards for Women in Business.

5:27am
Beloit Daily News. Governor signs home-county sex offender bill.
4:50am
Milwaukee Biz Times. New law eliminates some foreign corporation fees.
4:50am
Kenosha News.Walker signs Kerkman unemployment insurance fraud bill.
4:49am
WEAU. Walker proclaims March 29 as Vietnam War Veterans Day.

Extraordinary Session

5:32am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Citizens and democracy win one as Walker and Fitzgerald back off blocking special elections.

5:14am
NBC 15. County clerks prepare for special election.
5:14am
WQOW. Walker makes another stop in EC, addresses special election decision.
4:52am
WKOW. GOP leaders won't return to Capitol for special session.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says he dropped special elections appeal because it was clear he would lose.

Legislative

6:23pm
Rep. Kooyenga. Statement on sign incident.
1:29pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Blasts Wisconsin Democrats' proposed rewrite of state Constitution.

5:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New law sets up high stakes referenda for some low-spending schools.

State Agencies

4:08pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Awarded historic preservation grant to City of Fitchburg.
3:51pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet in Sauk City.
3:49pm
DATCP. State settles with Sprint over billing and cancellation issues.
1:28pm
WEDC. Addtional informational sessions scheduled to give Wisconsin companies details on how to bid for work during Foxconn construction.
1:27pm
DWD. Wisconn Valley construction resource fair draws participants from across region.
1:26pm
DOJ. Intelligence Supervisor earns security master's degree from Naval Postgraduate school.

4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wellness program for state workers tries to boost participation.
4:47am
WBAY. Brillion receives state grant for downtown revitalization project.

Economy/Business

5:32am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. State farmers intend to plant record soybean acreage in '18.
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Career fair for Foxconn-related construction jobs draws hundreds. Racine Journal Times.

Courts

1:32pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Partick M. Cooper.
1:31pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Wendy Alison Nora.

Education

11:46am
UW-Madison. Is there life adrift in the clouds of Venus?
11:34am
UW-Stout. Finding the fire: Schulmans shared creative life and artists and educators.

4:46am
Wisconsin State Journal. Following plan to ax liberal arts majors, UW-Stevens Point group to draft counter-proposal.

Local

3:59pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.

5:15am
WAOW. Mining ordinance moves forward in Marathon County.
5:04am
Fox 6. Drugs killing more people in Kenosha than car accidents.
4:53am
WUWM. Planning Commission weighs transportation options to & from Foxconn plant.

Congress

4:57am
The Hill. Trump: Infrastructure overhaul will likely come after midterms.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tammy Baldwin weighs in on shake-up at Veterans Affairs.
4:47am
WBAY. Baldwin, Gallagher on VA Secretary's firing, agency's future.

Politics

3:56pm
Kapsner for 23rd Senate. Announces run for State Senate.
1:30pm
DPW. Notoriously dishonest Kevin Nicholson calls First Lady Tonette Walker a liar.
11:53am
DPW. Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson oppose $3.3 billion in opioid crisis funding.
11:52am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WMC, Greater Wisconsin top outside spenders in high court race.
11:51am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Rebecca Dallet isn't playing by the rules.
11:50am
Flynn for Governor. Bob Harlow exits race for governor, endorses Matt Flynn.
11:48am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Endorsed by WI Supreme Court Justice Annette K. Ziegler.
11:47am
Harlow for Governor. Endorses Flynn for governor.
11:44am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. To host first Wisconsin Republican U.S. Senate debate on 04/26
11:42am
RPW. Launches "Dallet for California" San Francisco-style trolly ahead of final WI Supreme Court debate.
11:41am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Two more judges unendorse Dallet; Endorse Screnock.
11:38am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Giffords endorses against gun lobby backed candidate.

5:16am
WAOW. Newcomer Democrat pulls out of race for governor.
5:07am
WBAY. Three vying for Frank Lasee's former Senate seat.
5:03am
Fox 11. Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates push experience ahead of election.
4:59am
Juneau County Star-Times. Tony Evers makes case for governor.
4:58am
Fox 6. First Lady Tonette Walker: 'I'm speaking out' after U.S. Senate candidate refused to shake son's hand.
4:57am
WISC. Reality Check: WMC ad in Supreme Court race focuses on sexual assault case sentence.
4:56am
U.S. News & World Report. Sex assault victims' family wants political ad taken down.
4:54am
The Hill. Boehner, Cantor dismiss rumors of Ryan exit.
4:53am
Detroit News. Ryan is expected to seek re-election; will he stay?

Local Politics

3:58pm
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Lau discredits judicial colleagues - distances herself from her soft bails for hardened criminals.
11:35am
Alexander for Milwaukee County Supervisor. More elected officials step forward as victims of Steve Taylor's bullying.

Thursday March 29, 2018

Governor

4:48pm
Gov. Walker. Proclaims March 29, 2018 as Vietnam Veterans Day in Wisconsin.
1:33pm
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Wisconsin is Working.

5:09am
Stevens Point Journal. New Wisconsin law keeps sexually violent offenders close to home.
5:03am
WTMJ. Four-time drunk drivers lose license under new law.
4:57am
NBC 15. Wisconsin is first state with "Green Alert" system for missing veterans.
4:53am
WBAY. Gov. Walker signs Save Our Pets emergency rescue bill into law.
4:52am
WAOW. Violent sex offender bill could impact central Wisconsin.

Extraordinary Session

12:56pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Statement on special elections.
11:58am
Sen. Shilling, Rep. Hintz. Democracy wins in Wisconsin.
11:58am
Rep. Anderson. After three separate rulings, Governor Walker reluctantly calls special elections.
11:26am
Rep. Neubauer. Victory for Wisconsin democracy.
11:02am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Sweet victory for democracy in Wisconsin!
10:57am
Rep. Bowen. Cost, meaning of special elections fully Gov. Walker's responsibility.
10:21am
Sen.Taylor. Concerned about Republican overreach.
8:56am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Applauds court decisions on voters' rights.
8:44am
Gov. Walker. Calls special election for Senate District 1 and Assembly District 42. Executive Order #280.
5:19am
National Democratic Redistricting Committee. Holder statement on special elections in Wisconsin.

9:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker calls special elections and Senate leader drops bill to sidestep court order.
9:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker calls special elections for June 12 for vacant legislative seats.
5:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker won't ask Wisconsin Supreme Court to block special elections order. Wisconsin State Journal. WUWM. Cap Times.
5:11am
The Hill. Court rejects Wisconsin GOP appeal to halt special elections. Daily Reporter.
4:54am
ABC News. Wisconsin Democrats blast GOP effort to leave seats vacant.

Legislative

3:34pm
Rep. Quinn. Holds hearing on state cybersecurity.
10:15am
Rep. Riemer. Wisconsin Assembly Democrats: No Taxation Without Representation.
9:12am
LAB. Report 18-5: State of Wisconsin FY 2016-17 Single Audit. Briefing Sheet.  Highlights.

1:34pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin lawmaker's aide will direct state efforts on homelessness.
5:40am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Outagamie County sets referendum on dark store tax loopholes.
5:15am
WXOW. Legislation targets money, property seized in drug crimes.

State Agencies

4:21pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:06pm
WEDC. City of Brillion receives $250,000 state grant to support downtown renovation project.
10:55am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Important reminders about the April 3 Spring Election.
9:58am
DATCP. Comments open for special registraiton of potato fundicide.

5:09am
NBC 15. Wisconsin Historical Museum fundraising for a $120 million rebuild.

Economy/Business

9:36am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Humming along! Electric vehicle innovation will roll at April 17 Innovation Network lunch.

5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cities and counties across Wisconsin hit record low February unemployment rates, estimates show.
5:04am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse meeting planned for hopeful Foxconn subcontractors; local interest weak. 
4:59am
Superior Telegram. Wisconsin companies weigh benefits of wellness programs as obesity-related health problems rise.
4:56am
Fox 6. Public transit plan to take Milwaukee workers to Foxconn plant faces familiar hurdle: money.

Statewide

3:03pm
Wisconsin Infrastructure Investment Now. Energy infrastructure investment - a great Wisconsin investment opportunity.
12:00pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. BETA - New weekend program debuts April 7.

4:05pm
The Hill. Drug overdoses rising as opioid crisis gets worse.
10:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Number of children placed with relatives, in foster care continues to rise in Wisconsin.

Courts

5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Supreme Court finds solution elusive in pivotal electoral map case. Governing.

Education

2:07pm
UW-River Falls. Travis named provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.
1:52pm
UW-River Falls. Faculty receive four grants totaling $511,105.
1:32pm
UW-Stout. Hunger simulation helps UW-Stout students learn about poverty.

5:22am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point may reconsider proposed humanities cuts after student protests.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Students marching for gun laws finish days-long walk to Janesville.

Local

3:36pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. MKE Plays receives $10K contribution.
1:56pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Prominent legal victories highlight expertise in City Attorney's Office.
9:37am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. County awards 2018 Dane County Environmental Council grants.
8:47am
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Takes first step to attract 2020 DNC. Letter to DNC.

5:16am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee area ranked high as a place for millennials with student debt to live.
4:58am
WBAY. Local leaders take up future of juvenile justice in NE Wisconsin.
4:51am
Racine Journal Times. Report: Racine Co.'s environment among least healthy in Wisconsin.

Congress

4:23pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Highlights efforts to boost Wisconsin's maritime industry in Green Bay and Marinette.
9:38am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Podcast: Meet Congressman Gallagher.
5:21am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours employee-owned business and meets with workers in Stevens Point.

5:18am
Fox 11. Connect to Congress: Gallagher on gun reform.
5:17am
WJFW. Federal newsprint tariffs threaten to 'jeopardize our news' put community newspapers at risk.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmer groups debate pros, cons of latest tax change.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin members of Congress are divided on whether they need to protect the Mueller investigation into Russia and Trump.

Politics

4:01pm
Harlow for Governor. Announces end of campaign.
3:35pm
Plumer for 42nd Assembly. Announces candidacy.
2:08pm
One Wisconsin Now. Eliminating State Treasurer could undermine school improvement funds.
2:07pm
Renard for 1st Senate. Conservative outsider ready to run.
1:55pm
Gruszynski for 90th Assembly. Receives 2018 Legislator of the Year award.
10:51am
RPW. ICYMI: Vote "yes" to eliminate the State Treasurer's office.
10:17am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Gov. Walker is setting records as Wisconsin keeps working.
10:15am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Earns another Wisconsin endorsement.
9:54am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Announces Final Four victories.
9:41am
Frostman for 1st Senate. Announces run for state Senate.
9:09am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Judge Michael Screnock for Supreme Court.
8:50am
Flynn for Governor. Calls on supporters to vote "no" on question 1.

10:42am
U.S. News & World Report. Democrat immediately jumps into Senate special election.
5:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Record-breaking voter turnout possible for election Tuesday, based on early voting numbers.
5:34am
Chippewa Herald. Michael Screnock's work defending Didion, dairy producers draws fire from liberal, conservation groups.
5:05am
WSAW. Current Wis. State Treasurer in favor to eliminate own position.
4:55am
WTMJ. Milwaukee family says political ad identifies sexual assault victims.
4:53am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Voters to decide fate of state treasurer's office.
4:50am
WEAU. Eau Claire native Corban Gehler announces bid for Lt. Governor. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.

Local Politics

8:55am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Waukesha Conservative Farrow strikes chord with Mark Belling about Laura Lau.

Wednesday March 28, 2018

Governor

4:42pm
Rep. Edming. Employment First bill becomes law.
4:06pm
Rep. Summerfield. Home is where the heart is...
3:56pm
Rep. Milroy. Brittany's law becomes reality.
3:41pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Applauds new reforms signed by Gov. Walker.
3:05pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Applauds passage of bill prohibiting straw purchasing.
2:29pm
Gov. Walker. Column: Wisconsin is working.
2:27pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Governor Walker helps more Wisconsinties get to work.
1:42pm
Rep. Hebl. Bill to expand summer school opportunities signed into law.
12:55pm
The Arc Wisconsin. Stands with people with disabilities to witness Wisconsin history: Signing of state's Employment First bill into law.
12:53pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Bill backed by Tech Council will end fees on capital raised by QNBV 'foreign' C corps.
12:51pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Applauds the signing of "Employment First" bill.
12:50pm
Rep. Vruwink. Governor signs legislation inspired by Milton woman.
12:46pm
Sen. Wanggaard. Repeat drunk drivers will lose license.
12:39pm
DOJ. Governor Walker signs bills to strengthen human trafficking investigations; protect crime victims.
12:37pm
Gov. Walker. Welcomes Wisconsin Boy Scouts to the state Capitol to receive annual report.
12:21pm
Sen. Johnson, Rep. Goyke. 'Green Alert' legislation signed into law.
12:19pm
Rep. Kerkman. Gov. Walker signs unemployment insurance fraud bill.
12:13pm
VFW-Department of Wisconsin. Salutes Governor Walker's signing of SB-473 "Green Alert" in to law as Act 175.
11:47am
Sen. Cowles. Bill to save our pets in emergency situations becomes law.
11:46am
Wisconsin BPDD. Thanks governor, Legislature for support of landmark Employment First law.
11:45am
Rep. Hutton. Statement on Governor Walker signing AB-508.
11:41am
Rep. Macco. Governor signs bill to allow organizations to more easily donate improvements to local governments.
11:15am
Gov. Walker. Signs 41 bills into law and issues partial veto.
11:09am
Sen. Vukmir. Gov. Walker signs Vukmir bill to save Wisconsinites' money for prescription medications.
10:55am
Sen. Darling. Signs bill closing loophole in firearm purchasing.
10:53am
People First Wisconsin. Thanks Governor Walker for signing the Employment First bill into law.
10:24am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Commends Gov. Scott Walker for signing 'Right to Try' legislation.

12:18pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker signs bill to crack down on the straw purchases of guns.
12:15pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker signs bills on guns, wetlands, drunken driving, smog.
12:06pm
Beloit Daily News. Walker toughens penalties for 'straw' gun purchases.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Touting a growing economy while in Pewaukee, Gov. Scott Walker says unemployment at an all-time low in Wisconsin.
4:49am
WQOW. Governor Walker touts new school safety bill at Mound View Elementary.

Extraordinary Session

1:44pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Testimony against GOP proposed change to special elections law.
12:47pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Statement in opposition of AB-947 Senate Substitute Amendement 1.
11:12am
Wisconsin Elections Commission Testimony on AB-947.
10:22am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker was elected in special election.
9:13am
Rep. Taylor. Wisconsin Republicans plan to subvert democracy once again.
5:32am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Statement on proposed measure to change state law on holding special elections.
5:23am
Rep. Kessler. Statement on extraordinary session.

9:36am
NBC 15. Committee to take comments on special elections bill.
5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Senate mulls special interest bill that was slipped through Assembly.
4:53am
WKOW. How much does a special election cost vs. cost for lawmakers to be in session.
4:48am
WISC. Sensible or wrong? Voters in Assembly district split on whether special election needed.

Legislative

12:41pm
WISPIRG. Faith-based and consumer advocates thank legislators who protected Wisconsin consumers.
10:23am
Rep. Young. For attempting to ban assault weapons, Rep. Young is stripped of legislative assignments and staff sanction.
5:30am
Wauwatosa School Board. Resolution in support of comprehensive, sustainable, flexible school safety legislation.

9:32am
Beloit Daily News. The Latest: Republicans disagree on fate of mining bill.
9:04am
WISC. Senator: Attempt to benefit mining company is dead.
4:54am
WIZM. Onalaska's Doyle says Gov. Walker school safety law lacks broader vision for dealing with violence.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. District attorney, prison funding likely dead in state Legislature.
4:47am
WJFW. LUHS principal calls state bill to fund school security measures a "great opportunity."

State Agencies

3:39pm
WHEDA. Wins a $5,238,656 Capital Magnet Fund award.
12:08pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment and unemployment estimates released.
10:21am
DATCP. No foolin': Spam emails are an everyday threat.

12:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Teen inmates stole manager's cellphone and made more than 600 calls over two weeks before they were discovered by Wisconsin officials.
9:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Racine County pulled youths from Lincoln Hills because of botched case.
4:50am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin utility regulators mull tax savings; Xcel Energy warms to refunds.

Economy/Business

7:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn industrial operations would represent a major new source of air pollution in region.
4:49am
NBC 26. Hundreds of jobs returning to Fox Valley.

Statewide

10:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Proposed work requirements could add uncertainties to Wisconsin's Medicaid system.

Courts

5:28pm
DOJ. Letter to Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding not seeking relief from the Supreme Court.
4:09pm
District II Court of Appeals. State v. Dorian M. Torres.
2:50pm
DOJ. Letter to Clerk of Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding emergency petition to by pass the Court of Appeals.
2:15pm
District II Court of Appeals. Newton v. Walker - order
12:44pm
Rep. Anderson. Hold the damn elections.
10:09am
District II Court of Appeals. Newton v. Walker - Emergency motion for an order temporarily preserving the status quo for eight days.
9:28am
Dane County Circuit Court. Newton v. Walker - Notice of appeal.
5:28am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Judge Niess' ruling.
5:25am
Rep. Neubauer. Court rules in favor of Wisconsin voters, against Gov. Walker's plan to change election laws.

2:53pm
Fox 11. The Latest: Court refuses to delay special election order.
2:39pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Appeals court denies Scott Walker emergency motion in special election case.
9:38am
Cap Times. Scott Walker appealing Dane County judges' decisions in special elections case.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Judge rejects Walker's request to delay election order. Fox 6. Wisconsin State Journal. Cap Times. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

3:05pm
UW-Rock County. K-9 Veteran's Memorial topic of Dziewior free lecture.
2:25pm
UW-Stout. Game design programs again make the top 25 in national rankings.
1:41pm
UW-Stout. Civil Liberties Symposium: Encourage people to talk about difficult subjects.
12:08pm
Marquette University. College of Business Administration launches Women in Business Speaker Series.
9:10am
UW-Platteville. Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform spring concert.
9:09am
UW-Platteville. Faculty, students help bridge gender gap in computer science.

5:01am
WXOW. Wisconsin schools suffering substitute teacher shortage.
4:59am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse schools asking for $4 million levy override on April 3 ballot.

Local

10:20am
MCTS. Avoid surge pricing on opening day with the MCTS Brewers Line.
9:33am
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Common Council secures additional funding for STRONG Homes Loans.
5:24am
Milwaukee Alds. Coggs, Stamper. Citizens even more empowered to report illegal dumping.

4:57am
Fox 11. Marinette County denies $50m loan to Marinette Marine. EagleHerald Extra.
4:56am
Green Bay Press Gazette. New tax to raise funds for road repairs on ballot for Sturgeon Bay voters.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Therapy to change a child's sexual orientation will be banned in Milwaukee.

Congress

8:26am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Votes for election security grant funding, announces over $6.9 million for Wisconsin.

4:58am
CBS 58. Waukesha family wants "right to try" for the terminally ill.

Politics

3:40pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Excessive polluters are large campaign contributors.
3:01pm
Save our Fiscal Watchdog. Vote No Committee releases television ad.
2:41pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Releases statement on 50 Miles More March.
1:41pm
Gronik for Governor. Encounters chance meeting with Stoneman Douglas High School students.
12:09pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Vice President Joe Biden endorses.
11:10am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Gov. Walker fights back against outside special interests meddling in Wisconsin.
10:52am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Working Families Pary endorses.
9:23am
RPW. In the News: Wisconsin's unemployment rate is the lowest ever.
9:11am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Gov. Walker is leading on school safety.
8:25am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Momentum for Dallet as legal community overwhelmingly sees her as more qualified.
5:22am
DPW. Response to Judge Niess' order against Walker & Republicans undermining democracy.
5:21am
Wachs for Governor. Responds to special elections ruling, calls Gov. Walker's actions un-American.

2:37pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Joe Biden backs Dallet as Supreme Court candidates bicker over role of special interests.
9:37am
Cap Times. Dane County clerk worries election problems haven't been fixed.
8:43am
Politico. Top 10 Senate races.
4:47am
WAOW. Wisconsin referendum to decide treasurer fate.

Local Politics

11:48am
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Earns key endorsements in court race.
9:30am
Alexander for Milwaukee County Supervisor. Exposes fellow county supervisor for bad bahavior.
8:40am
Taylor for Milwaukee County Supervisor. Patti Logsdon, Deanna Alexander and Leadership MKE don't know how to tell the truth. Budget amendment.

Tuesday March 27, 2018

Governor

2:13pm
Gov. Walker. Discusses Wisconsin's historically low 2.9 percent unemployment rate, strong economy at Pewaukee Chamber of Commerce.
10:26am
Gov. Walker. Visits Mound View Elementary School in Elk Mound to disccuss bipartisan $100 million School Safety Plan.

4:33am
Fox 6. Waukesha man facing terror threats charge: 'I am going to kidnap Gov. Walker; rig the Capitol to blow.'

Extraordinary Session

4:19pm
Rep. Neubauer. We are going back to court.

4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. GOP bill would restrict Wisconsin special elections.

Legislative

2:04pm
Sen. Miller. Letter from committee members requesting a public hearing.
10:25am
Rep. Bowen. Gov. Walker, GOP leaders call extraordinary session to avoid elections.

3:22pm
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Rep. Milroy wants more action to combat CWD in Wisconsin.
4:57am
WISC. Suicide prevention advocates are concerned after bill to fund Hopeline stalls.
4:35am
Fox 11. State school funding commission holds hearing in De Pere.

State Agencies

3:34pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Wisconsin's K-12 library and technology professionals present Secretary of State Doug La Follette with their Special Service Award.
2:25pm
DNR. Weekly news update.

4:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Attorney General Brad Schimel encourages Wisconsin schools to apply for safety grants.

Economy/Business

4:20pm
WEDC. Upcoming informational sessions to give Wisconsin companies details on how to bid for work during Foxconn construction.

3:45pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn wants to buy more Wisconsin real estate, executive says.
9:42am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Appleton Coated comes back to life with worker recalls, machine restarts.
4:44am
Fox 6. Industrial hemp is making a comeback in Wisconsin; but there's a problem: 'We don't have seed.'

Statewide

4:18pm
WRMCA. Statewide Concrete Design Award winners.
2:08pm
WISPIRG. Rollbacks of consumer protections would put Wisconsinites in a "pit of despair."

4:41am
WISC. Wisconsin plans to upgrade 911 system to accept texts, pinpoint cellphone locations.
4:34am
WBAY. American Dental Association joins fight against nation's opioid epidemic.

Courts

10:21am
District III Appeals Court. David Paynter v. ProAssurance Wisconsin Insurance Company. 
5:02am
Dane County Circuit Court. Robert Newton v. Scott Walker [Proposed] order modifying the March 22, 2018 final order. Defendants emergency motion to modify final order. Affidavit.

4:15pm
WISC. Judge rejects Walker request to delay ruling.
3:19pm
U.S. News & World Report. Judge orders emergency hearing on Wisconsin elections.
4:32am
WISC. Walker asks judge to extend deadline to call special election.

Education

4:23pm
UW-Madison. Still on stage after 40 years: Wisconsin firm grows beyond theatre lighting.
2:06pm
Marquette University. Marquette, Wintrust form transformational, community-minded partnership for banking, scholarship aid and athletics.
12:50pm
Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Patient care and the Wisconsin idea.
9:36am
UW-River Falls. To host bull buying seminar for St. Croix Valley Bull Test April 7.

4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. Political force or fad? Young voters' clout uncertain.

Local

4:22pm
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department. 2018 shipping season launches at Port of Green Bay.
3:11pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Conversion therapy banned by Common Council.
12:53pm
Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Statement on Appleton Coated announcement.
12:52pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Transit options for Foxconn plant on agenda for Public Transportation Review Board.
10:29am
City of Madison Fire Department. Kidde announces smoke alarm recall.
9:48am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Conversion therapy ban allows for free faith counseling.

3:34pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee officials approve banning gay conversion therapy.

Congress

3:49pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Highlights efforts to boost Wisconsin start-ups in Altoona.

3:24pm
La Crosse Tribune. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, local officials grapple with chainging nature of fight against illicit drugs.
4:58am
WJFW. $1.3 trillion federal spending plan good news for Northwoods aging departments, public radio.
4:56am
WKBT. Sen. Baldwin meets with local leaders to discuss drug epidemic.
4:45am
WQOW. Rep. Kind believes both parties can work out gun safety measures.
4:31am
CBS News. House Speaker Ryan dismisses resignation rumors.

Politics

2:23pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Walker, Fitzgerald, Vos shameless on special elections.
2:12pm
One Wisconsin Now. GOP pushing to eliminate state fiscal watchdog as Gov. Scott Walker goes on election year spending spree.
2:07pm
Gronik for Governor. Congratulates Milwaukee Common Council for passing a ban on the discriminatory practice of conversion therapy and calls for the state legislature to take action on banning it statewide.
11:43am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Despite being bought by out-of-state donors, Tammy Baldwin's new ad says she doesn't work for Wall Street.
11:41am
RPW. WisGOP launches statewide ad campaign on Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Dallet's attack on WI values.
11:40am
Bryce for U.S. Congress. Bryce campaign airs second in-district TV ad.
11:38am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. High court candidates raised $1.2M+ since Jan. 1.
11:37am
One Wisconsin Now. Michael Screnock gets 38% of his money from Republican Party; Dallet gets 0% of her money from Democratic Party.
9:41am
DPW. Caucus supports Milwaukee's proposed ordinance banning conversion therapy.
5:03am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Wisconsin's spring election is next Tuesday, April 3rd.
4:59am
Jacque for 1st Senate. Announces state senators' endorsements.

3:46pm
U.S. News & World Report. State GOP, business lobby dump money in Supreme Court race.
3:32pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'She didn't let anyone push her around': Rebecca Dallet seeks seat on state Supreme Court.
4:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Dallet promises to recuse herself from special elections case.
4:39am
Fox 6. During contentious debate, state Supreme Court candidate pledges to recuse herself from Eric Holder group's lawsuit.
4:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates still raising large sums.

Local Politics

4:24pm
Townsend for Dane County Branch 1 Judge. Endorsed by 61 judges.
2:11pm
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. ICYMI: Governors Walker and Thompson back Jack Melvin.
11:42am
Crawford for Dane County Judge. Receives higher ratings than opponent in all categories in judicial candidates poll conducted by Dane County Bar Association.
9:47am
Alexander for Milwaukee County Supervisor. Alarmed by teachers' support of "F the Police" candidate.
9:34am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Waukesha County mayors, presidents endorse.
9:33am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Endorses Susan Crawford for Dane County Circuit Court Judge.

Monday March 26, 2018

Governor

12:30pm
Speaker Vos. Statement: Signing of school safety bills.
9:29am
Gov. Walker. Signs $100 million School Safety Plan into law.

1:21pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. Gov. Scott Walker: $100 million school safety plan to address 'any threat.'
10:50am
WBAY. Walker signs $100 million school safety plan for Wisconsin.
5:43am
Washington Post. Why Republicans are now bragging about their investments in education.
5:13am
WKBT. La Crosse leaders consider what safety funding means for area schools.
5:06am
WSAW. Gov. Walker to sign $100 million school safety plan into law.

Extraordinary Session

5:16pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on call to fix special elections law.
4:25pm
Sen. Taylor. Calls action crooked as a bag of snakes.
2:20pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on extraordinary session.

4:02pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP bill unveiled Monday would supersede judge's order that Gov. Scott Walker schedule special elections.
3:00pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate to take up bill curtailing special legislative elections.
6:26am
Cap Times. Vos not backing down from criticism of Dane County judge over special election ruling.
5:27am
The Hill. Wisconsin GOP will tinker with election laws rather than follow court order.
5:27am
WKOW. Lawmakers back to work over controversial election issue.
5:25am
WISN. UPFRONT recap: Lawmakers vow to change law after ruling.
5:24am
Cap Times. Scott Walker says he would sign bill to block Dane County judge's order on special elections.

Legislative

4:24pm
AG Schimel. Encourages schools to participate in school safety grant program.
3:35pm
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on Saturday.
2:11pm
Wisconsin Association of School Boards. Letter to AG Schimel on school safety grants.
12:25pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. To hold in-district listening sessions.
12:12pm
Rep. Neubauer. Listening session on gun safety yielded new ideas, important community conversation.
10:29am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Meteor Timber gave $12K to GOP, may get tax break.
10:27am
Maciver Institute, Badger Institute, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Senate was right to reject Kimberly-Clark bailout.
5:46am
Natural Resources Development Association. Statement on SB-615.

12:33pm
Racine Journal Times. Racinians call for increased gun control at Neubauer listening session.
5:51am
Center for Suicide Awareness. HOPELINE Bill 938: Life-saving text based emotional support line suddenly abandoned despite bipartisan and state-wide support.
5:22am
WISC. Soglin says legislators fail to address gun violence in Wisconsin.
5:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin Assembly revives Monroe County frac plant exemption.
5:15am
Cap Times. GOP leader says Wisconsin Senate will not take up bill with more background checks for long guns.
5:12am
Racine Journal Times. Bill prohibits collective bargaining on apprenticeships in certain situations.

State Agencies

3:37pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $35.7 million for Wisconsin's public school libraries.
10:51am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Approves supplemental poll books for Spring Election.

8:26am
DATCP. Fewer Wisconsin farmers taking part in farmland preservation.
6:24am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Massive settlement underscores need for youth prison reform.
5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lake Winnebago System's walleye management plan up for review.

Economy/Business

5:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn executive Louis Woo surprised at political infighting over factory.
5:14am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Nearly one-third of state's proposed opportunity zones are in Milwaukee County.
5:07am
Racine Journal Times. Commerce association: Foxconn incentives will pay off 18-fold.

Statewide

10:28am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Applauds national policy on opioid use in oral care.

5:06am
WISC. Study: 1 in 4 Wisconsin residents binge drink once a month.

Courts

12:11pm
Rep. Nygren. Commends American Dental Association for action.

6:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Supreme Court takes up 2nd major partisan redistricting case.

Education

12:59pm
UW-Stout. University entry in Intel video game competition garners second.
12:54pm
UW-River Falls. IHSA Western Show Team members advance to nationals.
11:32am
UW-River Falls. Seniors present BFA exhibitions.

5:36am
The Hill. Students begin march to Paul Ryan's hometown to demand gun control. Fox 6.
5:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsinites join marches across state, nation seeking gun reform.
5:34am
Wausau Daily Herald. Central Wisconsin students join March for Our Lives rallies to protest gun violence.
5:33am
Appleton Post-Crescent. March for Our Lives: Fox Cities students, supporters rally against gun violence.
5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thousands of students, supporters march in Milwaukee for stricter gun-control laws.
5:31am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Hundreds march in Green Bay to protests gun laws.
5:30am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse activists, politicians, clergy join the march and rally against gun violence.
5:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. March for our lives draws thousands to Wisconsin Capitol. Cap Times.
5:05am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin college creating degree programs for Foxconn jobs.

Local

2:58pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 11 arrests.
6:01am
Milwaukee Council President. Hamilton. Milwaukee Promise Zones effort vital to maximize State's Economic Opportunity Zones.

5:19am
Duluth News Tribune. While Minnesota and Wisconsin populations grow, Twin Ports remains stagnant.

Congress

3:34pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Hosts roundtable with La Crosse County officials on fighting the opioid epidemic.
1:07pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Rubio. Lead 59 senators in calling on Polish government to pass fair property restitiution law and ensure justice for Poland's victims and their families.

8:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Paul Ryan calls eminent domain takeovers wrong, but won't help homeowners in Foxconn case.
5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Worker deaths, serious injuries could result in a felony under bill from Sen Tammy Baldwin.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Congress funds the Great Lakes restoration program and leaves wolves on endangered list.
5:11am
WSAU. Johnson talks spending, right to try.
5:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressional bid to remove Wisconsin wolves from endangered species list falls flat.

Politics

4:04pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Vote no on State Treasurer referendum.
2:12pm
DPW. Screnock declines to behave ethically on Wisconsin's Supreme Court.
2:12pm
DPW. GOP U.S. Senate primary infighting gets even worse, somehow.
1:19pm
Adamczyk for Treasurer. Letter supporting elimination of treasurer's office.
11:29am
RPW. In the News: Rebecca Dallet's California problem.
10:26am
One Wisconsin Now. Michael Screnock's 'values.'
9:32am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Unemployment reaches all-time law as governor secures big wins for Wisconsin.
6:03am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. Pledge to Voters.

3:32pm
Beloit Daily News. Report: Democrats would need huge wave to win U.S. House.
12:34pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Leah Vukmir rolls up support in Wisconsin Senate race from GOP insiders and activists.
10:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prusuing a law career later in life, Supreme Court candidate Screnock proudly wears 'legal nerd' label.
8:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Students, activist in western Wisconsin running for state Senate.
5:16am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Dallet, Screnock to face off at forum.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Endorsement: Rebecca Dallet is more experienced and independent, deserves election to high court.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Q&A: Get to know Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock.

Local Politics

4:57pm
Logsdon for Milwaukee County Supervisor. Sen. Darling endorses.
11:31am
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Lau set two soft bails prior-to deadly actions of hardened criminal.
11:28am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Backs Michael Screnock.

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chris Abele spending more than $1 million to battle critics on Milwaukee County Board.

Friday March 23, 2018

Special Elections

6:20pm
Sen. Shilling, Rep. Hintz. Republicans will do anything to hold onto power.
4:52pm
DPW. Statements from Wisconsin Democrats on the Republican Extraordinary Session.
3:41pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on extraordinary session.
3:40pm
Sen. Shilling. Republicans create chaos and confusion.
3:39pm
Speaker Vos, Sen. Fitzgerald. Legislative leaders call an extraordinary session on special elections.

3:49pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. GOP Senate leader drafting changes to special election laws.
3:38pm
U.S. News & World Report. Senate leader may return to change special election law.
3:37pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Fitzgerald calls for changes in special election law.
3:36pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Senate GOP leader wants bill to block judge's order to Gov. Scott Walker to schedule special election.

Governor

1:17pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Rock County judicial vacancy.

5:10am
NBC 15. Walker won't say if he'll call elections.

Assembly Floor Session

3:29pm
Rep. Hutton. Statement on the Assembly Extraordinary Session.
3:28pm
Ho-Chunk Nation. Slams Assembly switcharoo.
2:17pm
Rep. Felzkowski. School safety package passes Assembly.
11:34am
Rep. Mursau. Assembly passes school safety and security reforms.
11:33am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Bill sought by special interests to cut lawsuits goes to Walker.
11:32am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Koch brothers, WMC behind bill gutting local control.
11:12am
Rep. Edming. Backs package to improve school safety.
9:39am
Rep. Kuglitsch. Endorses school safety options.
6:04am
Rep. Bernier. State Assembly passes School Safety Package.
6:03am
Sen. Shilling, Rep. Hintz. Another attack on local control by Wisconsin Republicans.
6:03am
Rep. Steffen. Votes to enhance school safety.
6:02am
AG Schimel. Statement on passage of School Safety Package.
6:01am
Rep. Spiros. Votes to support school safety legislation.
6:01am
Rep. Neubauer. Republicans fail to take meaningful action to prevent gun violence.
5:59am
Rep. Nygren. Votes for improved school safety.
5:58am
Gov. Walker. Thanks Legislature for approving $100 million School Safety Plan with bipartisan support.
5:57am
Rep. Steineke. Votes for safer schools.
5:56am
Rep. Kitchens. Statement on passage of School Safety package.
5:56am
Rep. Taylor. Republicans vote against popular gun safety reforms.
5:53am
Rep. Sargent. (Recycled) Staetment on Assembly Republicans' refusal to adopt universal background checks in Wisconsin (again).
5:52am
Rep. Taylor. Republicans fail to include common-sense gun safety measures.
5:51am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Following class action civil rights lawsuit, Wisconsin Legislature to close Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake.
5:32am
Rep. Billings. Calls on Republicans to do more on school safety.
5:29am
Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Legislature passes common sense civil litigation reforms.

2:27pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assembly votes again in late-night session to give environmental exemptions to Wisconsin sand plant.
5:19am
NBC 15. Assembly OKs bill blocking local employment regs.
5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. School safety package, juvenile justice overhaul clears Wisconsin Legislature.
5:16am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Assembly sends juvenile justice overhaul, child tax credit bills to Walker's desk.
5:16am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Assembly Republicans pass school safety plans.
5:13am
Racine Journal Times. State Assembly OKs security funds for schools, boosting background checks for long gun sales.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Assembly expands gun background checks, but bill's fate in Senate is uncertain. 

Legislative

1:06pm
Rep. Young. Opposes GOP's trivial school security proposals.
11:31am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Sen. Howard Marklein receives WHA's 2018 Health Care Advocate Award.
11:28am
Sen. Shilling. Column: Homeowners shouldn't be left footing the bill.
11:17am
Rep. Hintz. Republican end session without closing the "dark store loophole."
9:41am
Rep. Milroy. Letter to DATCP Sec. Harsdorf regarding CWD.
5:55am
Rep. Subeck. Assembly Democrats lead on school safety; Republican failure to address gun violence leaves schools and communities vulnerable.
5:34am
Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Jewish Federation of Madison. Statement on passage of anti-discrimination bills.

1:03pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Fitzgerald: Gun background check bill dead in state Senate.
5:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Chief judge asks Assembly speaker to apologize to judge who ruled in special election case.
5:11am
Stevens Point Journal. Rep. Katrina Shankland proposes Blue Ribbon Commission on UW campuses.
5:10am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Why did animal sexual abuse bill stall?
5:03am
Westby Times. Rep. Lee Nerison of Westby stepping down after 14 years in state Assembly.

State Agencies

2:32pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin's over-the-month decline in unemployment rate to state's all-time low of 2.9% ties for 1st in nation.
1:12pm
DOJ. Child sexual predator sentenced in Buffalo County.
11:23am
DOR. Collections, February FY2018.
11:20am
DATCP. Federally required training for Wisconsin produce growers.
11:19am
AG Schinmel. Continues 72-county tour to discuss public safety in Rusk and Sawyer counties.
11:11am
AG Schimel. One year later.
5:32am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:26am
AG Schimel. Continues 72-county tour to discuss public safety in Ashland and Bayfield counties.

5:47am
WFRV. New Wisconsin license plate honors fallen law enforcement officers.
5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Group opposes plan to draw Lake Michigan water for Foxconn. CBS 58.

Economy/Business

9:36am
MMAC. Foxconn package returns $18 in economic impact for every $1 in state incentive.

2:23pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin organic dairy farms squeezed as milk flows in from Texas.
9:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn would add $51.5 billion to state economy over 15 years, business group estimates.
5:18am
Daily Reporter. Assembly OKs bill to shield contractors from liability.
5:07am
Bloomberg. Trump country in greatest peril as China tariffs risk trade war.
4:57am
WBAY. Experts in Wisconsin soybean industry fear retaliatory tariffs.

Statewide

2:18pm
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Two state reports show Wisconsin ran a surplus in 2017.
1:11pm
Mental Health America of Wisconsin. Ending gun violence.
1:01pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Yay! for the ACA on its eighth anniversary.
11:29am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Fort HealthCare receives WHA 2018 Advocacy All-Star Award.
9:37am
Arts Wisconsin. Arts Day called for investment in the arts and creativity.

2:21pm
Mliwaukee Biz Times. State reports demonstrate Wisconsin had surplus in 2017.
5:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Some Wisconsin gun owners believe it's time to put more limits on guns.
5:14am
Marshfield News-Herald. Guns in home boost suicide risk, but almost no gun owners believe it.
4:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New census data show Wisconsin population trends recovering from recession.

Courts

8:57am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Nationstar Mortgage LLC v. Robert R. Stafsholt.

5:05am
The Hill. Judge orders Walker to hold special elections. Reuters.

Education

1:16pm
UW-River Falls. Eleven entrepreneurs complete business plan creation program.
11:27am
UW-River Falls. Mental health speaker Kevin Hines to speak.
11:25am
UW-Stout. Club Managers Association of America recognized as national Chapter of Year.
11:22am
UW-River Falls. Dance Theatre's annual spring concert April 4-7.
11:18am
DPI. Survey results show mixed picture for Wisconsin youth.
11:15am
UW-Platteville. Larson receives $50,000 research grant.
11:14am
UW-Platteville. Nelson to present on code modification research.
11:10am
UW-Madison. Decades of research identify source of galaxy-sized stream of gas.

5:01am
Badger Herald. New UW policy that requires graduate students to pay segregated fees before first paycheck faces backlash.
5:00am
WBAY. UW-Green Bay accepting applicants for first-ever doctorate program.

Local

5:59am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Summary of saturation patrols for speed enforcement.
5:25am
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. County Board approves land swap between Milwaukee County and private developer.

5:44am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Adams County Jail's future in question after county board doesn't approve borrowing plan.
5:02am
WUWM. Thousands of Milwaukee voters could be required to re-register due to errors.

Congress

3:44pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Young, Markey. Introduce bipartisan legislation to fight opioid-related infectious diseases.
2:42pm
The Nature Conservancy. Applauds Wisconsin leaders for bipartisan action on conservation.
11:13am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to strengthen worker protections.
9:38am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Secures full funding for Great Lakes Restoration Initiaitive.

5:06am
Bloomberg. Senate averts shutdown by passing $1.3 trillion spending bill.

Politics

3:43pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Restaurants endorse Judge Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court.
3:20pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Releases education platform.
3:20pm
Renard for 1st Senate. Full steam ahead.
3:07pm
One Wisconsin Now. They're back: Big corporate special interests drop more money on Michael Screnock's state high court bid.
2:31pm
DPW. UPDATE: Wisconsin's largest corporate lobby seeks to buy a justice.
1:08pm
Flynn for Governor. Scott Walker misled the public about the benefits of Foxconn deal.
11:08am
Walker for Governor. In the news: With Wisconsin working, Gov. Walker crisscrosses state rallying supporters.
9:05am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Judge Leon Stenz rescinds Dallet endorsement; endorses Judge Screnock.
5:29am
Mixon for 59th Assembly. Response to Rep. Jesse Kremer GOP thoughts.

6:07am
The Hill. GOP women's group endorses challengers in top Senate, House races.
5:08am
WKBT. Dairy farmer Loren Oldenburg announces campaign for 96th Assembly District.
5:04am
U.S. News & World Report. National Democrats take aim at Paul Ryan with 'Ironstache.' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local Politics

2:14pm
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Waukesha's conservative jurists back.

Thursday March 22, 2018

Elections Court Ruling

4:25pm
Rep. Neubauer. Statement on open legislative districts in Wisconsin.
2:17pm
NDRC. Holder statement on court ordering Governor Scott Walker to hold special elections.
2:00pm
DPW. Court strikes blow against Walker and for democracy.
1:58pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on special election ruling.
1:53pm
One Wisconsin Now. Court rules Gov. Walker must call elections to fill to state legislative vacancies.
1:26pm
Sen Shilling. Wisconsin Court upholds right to representation.
1:24pm
Sen. Hansen. Statement on court decision calling for special elections.
1:22pm
Wachs for Governor. Responds to court ruling on NRDC special election lawsuit.

2:09pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Judge rules that Scott Walker must call special elections for two vacant seats in Legislature.
1:21pm
Fox 6. Judge orders Gov. Scott Walker to call special elections.
1:20pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge orders Gov. Scott Walker to hold special elections for open legislative seats in Eric Holder suit.

Governor

4:26pm
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin is working!
12:29pm
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Wisconsin is Working!
12:08pm
WMC. Statement on 2.9 percent unemployment rate.
10:31am
Gov. Walker. And ATI announce $95 million expansion in Cudahy.
10:24am
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Statement on Wisconsin unemployment rate hitting record low.
9:31am
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin unemployment rate reaches an all-time low of 2.9% in February.
9:27am
Gov. Walker. 2.9%: Unemployment rate reaches an all-time low.

1:15pm
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin's unemployment rate reaches an all-time record low of 2.9 percent.
5:15am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker recommends new 'Opportunity Zones' in 40 counties. Wisconsin State Journal.

Assembly Floor Session

5:06pm
Rep. Anderson. School safety means common sense gun legislation.
4:29pm
Rep. Bowen. Wisconsin model of youth corrections heads to governor's desk.
3:52pm
Rep. Subeck. On Assembly floor session: "Wisconsin Republicans are playing dangerous political games that leave the safety of our children in jeopardy."
3:23pm
Gov. Walker. Thanks Legislature for approving $100 per child tax rebate and back-to-school sales tax holiday with bipartisan support.
2:17pm
Gov. Walker. Thanks Legislature for approving bipartisan juvenile justice reform.
2:00pm
Reps. Schraa, Goyke. Closing Lincoln Hills is just the beginning.
1:27pm
Rep. Crowley. "It's been a long time coming."

2:08pm
Fox 6. Wisconsin Assembly unanimously OKs bill to close troubled youth prison, 90-0. Cap Times.
1:37pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Robin Vos: Universal background checks for gun sales could be part of school safety package.
9:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assembly set to approve Gov. Scott Walker's $100 million plan to improve school safety on Thursday.
5:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Assembly GOP won't tip hand on plans for 'extraordinary session' on school safety, taxes, youth prison.
5:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly to consider Walker's school safety, juvenile justice, tax proposals.

Legislative

4:24pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Giving a voice to people who live with disabilities.
1:10pm
Rep. Shankland. Introduces legislation to create UW System Blue Ribbon Commission. LRB-5654
12:24pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Applauds passage of bill that offers additional protections for advocates who experience abuse.
12:09pm
Sen. Bewley. Weekly Democratic radio address: Legislative Session Comes to an End - Winners and Losers.
10:13am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. GOP Senate approves landlord dream bill.
5:21am
Rep. Rohrkaste. Receives Children's Champion Award.
5:20am
Reps. Nygren, Born. Call for Senate to provide justice for victims.

1:25pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Hansen blasts Republicans on school safety bill; Cowles says measure answers needs.
1:05pm
Cap Times. What will change for tenants and historic properties under new bill headed to Scott Walker's desk?
9:59am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. After Senate fails to act, Wisconsin remains a safe haven for animal molesters.
9:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawmakers push reform after witnessing bad landlords buy homes at sheriff's sale.
9:45am
Cap Times. As Wisconsin opioid prescriptions decline, John Nygren looks ahead to next steps.
5:12am
Beloit Daily News. Home-county sex offender bill goes to Walker.
4:56am
U.S. News & World Report. Groups praise demise of $350 million for prison.
4:56am
WKBT. Renters, landlords rights impacted by new legislation.
4:53am
Fox 6. Senator: $18.9M settlement in Copper Lake inmate case 'clearly' led to youth prison shutdown vote.
4:51am
La Crosse Tribune. Exemption for Monroe County frac sand operation dies in Wisconsin Senate.
4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate rejects Democratic attempt to close dark store loophole.
4:46am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. Proposal to add prosecutors dies in Senate.

State Agencies

2:49pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Wisconsin's national circus treasure turns 60!
9:37am
DATCP. Comments open on Stinger use on cranberries.
9:36am
DOJ. Trains 500 Oneida casino and hospitality employees on human trafficking and drug recognition.
5:22am
ETF. GIB approves selection of Medicare Advantage plan vendor.

6:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin State Patrol sees increased drug arrests.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Entire state of Wisconsin quarantined for emerald ash borer - find out what that means for you.

Economy/Business

12:38pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Petitioners oppose Foxconn's Great Lakes raid.

5:13am
Daily Reporter. State calls on contractors to register for Foxconn work.
4:44am
Milwaukee Biz Times. S.C. Johnson cutting up to 400 jobs globally.

Statewide

12:27pm
WiAHC. Nominations sought for Wisconsin Home Health Care Nurse of the Year.
5:25am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Releases videos to educate citizens about the need for stronger judicial recusal rules.

5:43am
Reuters. Zuckerberg apologizes for Facebook mistakes with user data, vows curbs.
4:58am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Estimates show third straight year of Milwaukee County population decline.

Courts

2:29pm
District IV Court of Appeals. The Bank of New York Mellon v. Gloria J. Klomsten.
9:33am
Graves Garrett. Statement on Seventh Circuit's decision.

5:29am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Federal appeals court rules against conservative group.
5:06am
Juneau County Star-Times. In Depth: Court cases could turn partisan-drawn political districts upside down.

Education

3:04pm
UW-River Falls. 52nd Commissioned Composer Concert is April 5.
2:19pm
Marquette University. Physician Assistant program expanding to address provider shortage.
2:04pm
UW-Platteville. New security devices installed in classrooms, labs.
2:03pm
UW-Platteville. Events planned to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
2:02pm
UW-Platteville. The founding fathers take the stage as Pioneer Players presents: 1776 The Musical.
1:36pm
UW-Stout. University Theatre brings musical 'Big Fish' to Harvey Hall Theatre.
1:33pm
UW-Whitewater. Innovation Center wins International Business Association's IMPACT Award.
9:26am
UW System. Celebrates strong partnerships during National Agriculture Week.

9:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Western Wisconsin teachers divided on impact of teacher licensing changes.
5:13am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point protestors occupy administration building to fight elimination of majors.
5:05am
WISC. Some Janesville School District water fountains test above state lead guidelines.
4:55am
WQOW. Hayward School District to add gun safe as a school safety measure.

Local

4:23pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Chief of Staff Curley statement regarding Freshwater for Life Action Coalition press conference statements.
12:04pm
Milwaukee County Sup. West. Calls for end to mass incarceration policies.

5:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett says thousands of residents potentially removed from voter rolls in error.
5:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn-area residents get angry over plans to take their homes.
5:34am
Oshkosh Northwestern. With overdose deaths at record high, Winnebago County agencies search for answers.
5:03am
Racine Journal Times. Land borders for Foxconn site get preliminary OK.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee is off and running in its bid to host the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
4:48am
Ozaukee Press. Officials enlist residents in fight to save marine sanctuary.

Congress

3:47pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Leads House Democrats in introducing Debt-Free College Act.
3:06pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Introduces Make Schools Safe Again Act.
2:51pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Shaheen. Lead colleagues to introduce legislation to expand funding to help states and tribal communities fight the opioid epidemic.
1:08pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on omnibus spending package.
12:06pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins 32 colleagues to introduce legislation that takes on student debt crisis.
9:25am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. With yea vote, sends Right to Try Act to Senate.
5:24am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson statement on Right to Try vote in the House.

9:43am
The Hill. Dems offering bill aimed at curbing stock buybacks.
5:31am
The Hill. GOP pushes to change Senate rules for Trump.
5:08am
U.S. News & World Report. Senators press Trump officials on safeguarding 2018 ballots.
5:00am
Washington Post. Head of USAID defends big cuts in foreign aid budget.
4:57am
USA Today. Tammy Baldwin seeks Twitter troll hearing after Russians spread Obama noose image.
4:53am
Politico. Massive spending deal clinched despite Trump's misgivings.

Politics

4:28pm
McCabe for Governor. Makes Badger Pledge, not Donkey Pledge.
1:58pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Dave Hansen and voting rights advocates encourage early voting.
12:10pm
RPW. Unemployment at an all-time low, Governor Walker has Wisconsin working.
12:07pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. 500+ Wisconsinites endorse.
12:03pm
Racine Journal Times. Ryan, Bryce challenger urges march participation in new ad.
10:12am
Boe for 31st Senate. Announces candidacy.
10:11am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Statement on Wisconsin's record low 2.9% unemployment.
9:30am
Flynn for Governor. Releases plan to restore fiscal responsibility and honest budget practices.
5:23am
DPW. POLL: Majority of Wisconsin voters disapprove of GOP Trumpcare repeal bills.

5:47am
La Crosse Tribune. La Cross political scientist Heim: Trump's exploiting rural resentment harms country.
5:07am
WSAW. Democratic lt. governor candidate Kurt Kober wants to re-wire Wisconsin.
4:49am
U.S. News & World Report. Dallet woos liberals at San Francisco fundraiser. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local Politics

12:25pm
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Justice Prosser backs.
10:16am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Appellate Court Judge Paul Reilly endorses. 

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Governor

4:14pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison earns state designation in new federal tax incentive program.
3:06pm
Gov. Walker. Announces process for Wisconsin companies to bid on work releated to Foxconn construction.
2:29pm
Gov. Walker. Announces 120 Economic Opportunity Zone recommendations.

4:38am
WISN. Firefighter arrested, accused of threatening Gov. Walker.

Special Session

9:26am
Durand-Arkansaw School Administrator Doverspike, Pepin School Administrator Quinton, Durand Police Chief Ridgeway, Pepin Police Chief Alstine, Alma School Administrator Sedlmayr. Memo to legislators regarding school safety.
5:11am
DPI Supt. Evers. Our kids deserve better.

Senate Floor Session

4:07pm
Rep. Macco. Senate approves bill to allow organizations to donate improvements to local governments.
3:19pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Senate approves Sheldon Adelson's anti-BDS bill.
2:42pm
Rep. Macco. Senate approves Partners with Business bill.
2:40pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. State Assembly proposal to borrow $350 million for new prison dies in Senate.
2:34pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Three bills to improve employement, independence for people with disabilities advance to governor's desk.
12:22pm
ABC of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Pipe Trades, AGC-Milwaukee. Construction employees and employers thank Legislature for addressing construction skills gap.
12:10pm
The Arc Wisconsin. Celebrates unanimous votes on three disability bills in the Senate.
12:08pm
Reps. Edming, Anderson; Sen. Tiffany. Bi-partisan Employment First Bill approved by the state Senate, heads to the governor.
10:54am
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Celebrates bills supporting people with disabilities.
9:33am
Rep. Subeck. Bi-partisan legislation to update county population threshlod passes the state Senate.
9:30am
Rep. Steffen. Bill helping families of fallen law enforcement heads to governor.
9:23am
Sen. Stroebel. Four bills pass state Senate on last day of session.
9:22am
Rep. Nygren. HOPE Agenda and bill for local hero head to governor's desk.
9:21am
Rep. Kolste. Three bills passed on final day of legislative session.
5:33am
Sen. Hansen. Republicans continue to ignore needs of Wisconsin families.
5:32am
Sen. Larson. Republicans again did nothing to address gun violence.
5:31am
Sen. Hansen. Thanks to Governor Walker and Senate Republicans families in 1st Senate District has no voice in school safety debate.
5:26am
Sen. Taylor. School safety or election protection.
5:26am
Sen. Darling. Senate approves tax rebate, sales tax holiday, school safety plan.
5:24am
Sen. Shilling. Senate Republicans throw in the towel.
5:22am
Sen. Ringhand. Senate adjourns with a whimper.
5:21am
Sen. Taylor. Reforms can't come quick enough.
5:20am
Sen. Cowles. Bill promoting farmer-led conservation passes Senate.
5:19am
Sen. Craig. Fox River-Tichigan Lake relief bill goes to governor's desk.
5:17am
Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Statement on Kimberly Clark legislation.
5:16am
Sen. Vukmir. Battles opioid epidemic.
5:14am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Six bills head to governor's desk.
5:13am
American Heart Association. 911 dispatcher assisted CPR bill passes Wisconsin State Senate.
5:11am
Sen. Cowles. Bill to turn plastics into fuel passes Senate.

12:32pm
Badger Herald. Bill barring Wisconsin agencies from working with companies boycotting Israel passes State Senate.
12:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Plan to exempt sand project from DNR requirements collapses in Wisconsin Senate.
9:19am
NBC 15. State Senate makes changes to school safety, sales tax holiday.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Republicans reach deals on Walker agenda as Legislature nears finish line.
5:03am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Senate approves amended child tax credit, sales tax holiday bill.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Senate approves Gov. Walker's $100M school safety plan, rejects gun control. Wisconsin State Journal. Fox 6.
5:00am
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate approves $6.8 million to expand WEDC advertising campaign.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP Senate passes youth prison overhaul, taxes. CBS 58. Cap Times.
4:56am
Appleton Post-Crescent. State Senate skips vote on Kimberly-Clark bailout in Fox Valley.
4:47am
Chippewa Herald. Senate passes pair of bills that scale back local control.
4:39am
WSAW. Sara's Law passes Wisconsin Senate with no debate, heads to Gov. Walker's desk.

Legislative

2:39pm
Rep. Kremer. Thoughts on the GOP: Why have WI conservatives become afraid of their own shadows?
10:31am
DATCP. Extends EAB quarantine across entire state.
9:32am
Sen. Feyen. To hold town hall meeting.

5:41am
WFRV. Senator Scott Fitzgerald facing backlash after denying vote to make animal sexual abuse a felony.
4:49am
WSAU. Wisconsin lawmaker reacts to Trump's drug plan.
4:48am
WSAU. Assembly Speaker talks school safety, NAFTA.

State Agencies

3:28pm
DHS. #HopeActLiveWI: State and federal support are critical for fighting the opioid crisis.
2:41pm
DOR. Program matches owners with $8.9 million in unclaimed property.
2:31pm
OCI. Public hearing notice (Milwaukee): OCI 1332 Draft Waiver for State Innovation Application.

4:57am
Beloit Daily News. Prison officials reach $18.9 million deal with youth inmate.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin will pay nearly $19 million to former teen inmate injured in suicide attempt.

Economy/Business

12:29pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gateway Technical College developing new degree programs for Foxconn's 'smart manufacturing' jobs.

Education

2:37pm
UW-Stout. "E"fordability Summit on education costs grows in second year.
12:20pm
UW-Platteville. Garrett receives second Fulbright Scholar Award.
10:56am
UW-Madison. Trend-setters: Badgers win big (again and again) in national fashion and design competition.

4:52am
Cap Times. Liberal arts groups say UW-Stevens Point cuts would make students less employable.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW Colleges and Extension chancellor named a finalist for top Louisiana higher education job.
4:49am
Washington Post. University of Wisconsin campus pushes plan to drop 13 majors - including English, history and philosophy.

Local

4:31pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. U.S. HHS deputy secretary and Lt. governor address opioid crisis, redouble efforts in Waukesha County.
3:17pm
Wisconsin Water Alliance. Statement calling on other environmental groups to join in supporting the water diversion application filed by the City of Racine to support WisConn Valley.
5:18am
City of Racine. Statement - Donte Shannon report.

4:47am
Fox 11. County considers $50 million loan to Marinette Marine.
4:46am
Fox 6. 'It's an insult:' Foxconn area could be designated blighted to get property from unwilling sellers.
4:45am
CBS 58. "This is very emotional:" Mount Pleasant residents upset about losing homes to Foxconn. WISN. WTMJ.

Congress

2:37pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces Student Non-Discrimination Act.

4:55am
The Hill. Ryan: I've 'received assurances' Mueller won't be fired.
4:43am
The Hill. Congress may pass background check legislation in funding bill.
4:41am
Reuters. Congress leaders near deal on government funding bill: senators.

Federal Agencies

4:55am
WSAW. Federal budget cuts may remove positions at Wisconsin's only federal prison.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. EPA objects to Aquila mine on Michigan border.

Politics

4:08pm
Gronik for Governor. Hears moving story from Wisconsin recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
2:40pm
Gronik for Governor. Holds successful kitchen table conversations across Wisconsin.
2:28pm
McCabe for Governor. Stands with UW-SP students.
2:27pm
Evers for Governor. Demands action on Wisconsin's drinking water crisis.
12:11pm
Evers for Governor. Demands action on Wisconsin's drinking water crisis.
12:09pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Giffords endorses.
10:37am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Named Mom's Demand Action "Gunsense Candidate of Distinction."
10:35am
Wisconsin United to Amend. Nine communities to vote to reclaim democracy from moneyed interests.
10:33am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Gov. Walker's tax reforms are working for Wisconsin families.
9:31am
DPW. Leah Vukmir leaves 600 Wisconsin workers behind.
9:29am
RPW. Candidate for WI Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Dallet tells San Francisco she wishes Wisconsin shared their values.
9:28am
RPW. Senate Democrat leader Jennifer Shilling would rather do "anythig else" other than giving taxpayers back their money. 
9:18am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Releases statewide TV ad, titled 'Tuba.'

12:27pm
Winona Daily News. Taylor Democrat Steve Boe joins race for 31st Senate seat.
5:41am
WXOW. Viroqua farm owner announces Assembly bid.
4:54am
Politico. House Progressives pump plans for midterms.
4:53am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Voters without proper ID advised to start process.
4:50am
Daily Cardinal. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe talks rural connections, open government on campus.
4:40am
Winona Daily News. Local activist, Winona State student leader announces state Senate candidacy in Wisconsin.

Local Politics

3:30pm
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Earns GOP legislative leaders backing.
9:20am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Waukesha County Board Chair Paul Decker endorses.

Tuesday March 20, 2018

Governor

11:29am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Koch volunteer of the year helps sink Wisconsin marine sanctuary.
9:49am
Gov. Walker. Visits Valley View Elementary in Ashwaubenon to discuss $100 million School Safety Plan.

5:00am
WJFW. Walker at Marathon school: provide millions for school safety upgrades. WAOW.
4:56am
WEAU. Gov. Walker, along with Lt. Governor and Attorney General, talk about school safety plan.
4:55am
WKBT. Gov. Walker tours Northern Hills Elementary School to discuss school safety. 

Special Session

4:33pm
Rep. Spiros. School safety bill receives public hearing in Assembly.
4:28pm
Rep. Bowen. School safety package is rushed, needs significant fixes.
1:23pm
Anderson for Governor. Libertarian candidates blast school safety proposals.
12:04pm
DPI. Memo on March 2018 Special Session bills related to school safety.
11:28am
Southeastern Wisconsin Schools Alliance. Memo regarding school safety proposals.
10:56am
Wisconsin School Counselor Association. Safety plan focus should include increased supports and services to students.
10:23am
DOA Sec. Nowak, Deputy Sec. Zeuske.  Testimony on Governor Walker's School Safety Plan.
9:57am
Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association. Memo to Gov. Walker and members of the Legislature regarding improving school safety proposals.
9:48am
One Wisconsin Now. The NRA's $3.5 million man Scott Walker delivering for the gun lobby, again.
9:46am
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Testimony on special session school bills.

Senate Floor Session

5:16pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Applauds Senate passage of labor reform bill.
5:15pm
Sen. Ringhand. Dark stores and the corporate rip-off of Wisconsin homeowners.
5:11pm
Reps. Katsma, Goyke. State Legislature passes sheriff sale fairness legislation.
4:21pm
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on unanimous Senate support to close Lincoln Hills.
4:03pm
Sen. Vukmir. Stands with Israel.
3:12pm
UW-Stout. State Senate resolution honors life of Chancellor Emeritus Sorensen.

12:36pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Senate, Assembly close to deals on juvenile justice, school safety, child tax credit bills.

Legislative

3:26pm
Sen. Testin. Column: New opportunities for Wisconsin farmers.
10:58am
NFIB Wisconsin. Small business backs engrossed Assembly Bill 773, opposes amendment.
9:25am
Rep. Young. Expresses condolences on passing of County Board Chairman Lee Holloway.

12:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Republican state lawmakers strike deals on taxes, youth prison, paving way for possible end to 2018 session.
11:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Plan to close Lincoln Hills teen prison may collapse as Wisconsin Senate, Assembly differ on details and financing.
10:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Senate kills bill that would have helped students in Wisconsin National Guard.
5:43am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Both legislative ag chairs, Nerison & Moulton, plan to retire.
5:05am
U.S. News & World Report. Assembly committee to hold hearing on school safety bills.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate scrambles to finalize school safety proposal day before vote.
5:01am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker pleads with GOP lawmaker to pass $100 million school safety plan. CBS 58.
4:59am
NBC 15. School safety debate continues.
4:59am
Cap Times. Gun control advocates say Scott Walker's school safety proposal doesn't address root of problem. WISC. WKOW
4:57am
WKBT. Wisconsin's Blue Ribbon Commission on school funding hosts public hearing in La Crosse.
4:53am
Racine Journal Times. Bill could affect Foxconn hiring; local officials opposed.
4:49am
WISC. Southwestern Wisconsin representative announces retirement.
4:45am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Door County school officials discuss school safety, funding concerns with Rep. Kitchens.
4:44am
Kenosha News. City Council: Proposed law further erodes local control.
4:42am
WBAY. Animal abuse bill inspired by serial horse molester delayed by Senate.
4:42am
WBAY. Senate voting Tuesday on Sara's Law, first in the nation.

State Agencies

5:14pm
DOC. Reaches settlement regarding November 2015 incident at Copper Lake School. Documents.
3:59pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:09pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Communities receive nearly $3.3 million.
3:09pm
DOR. Three Milwaukee residents plead guilty to tax fraud.

4:41am
WEAU. Wisconsin DOJ rolls out new tools for hotels to spot human trafficking.

Economy/Business

12:21pm
Racine County, Village of Mount Pleasant, RCEDC. Statements of local project team regarding construction team for Foxconn's advanced manufacturing campus.
9:27am
Foxconn. Selects general contractor and engineering consultants for building of advanced display manufacturing campus.

11:24am
WTMJ. "They're trying to bully people:" Landowners ready for Foxconn public hearing Tuesday.
11:19am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn selects Gilbane, M+W Group as general contractor.

Statewide

5:21am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Teen suicide is soaring. Do spotty mental health and addiction treatment share blame?
4:50am
Cap Times. Former Rep. Tom Petri joins effort to strengthen campaign finance laws, political participation.

Courts

10:00am
District I Court of Appeals. Marathon Petroleum Company v. City of Milwaukee.

5:45am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Judge overturns DBA v. DNR settlement over farm runoff rules.
4:52am
Reuters. Supreme Court upholds Pennsylvania election map in win for Democrats.

Education

3:27pm
UW-Madison. Liquid-to-glass transition process gains clarity.
2:19pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Supports anti-bullying legislation.
12:38pm
UW-River Falls. Art historian and critic to headline Wyman Visiting Professorship in Art.
10:21am
Herb Kohl Education Foundation. 2018 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship, Initiative Scholarship, Fellowship, and Leadership Award recipients announced.

Local

1:25pm
Take Back My Meds Milwaukee. Prevent addiction and protect Lake Michigan during spring cleaning. 
11:09am
City of Madison. Reminder about safe storage and disposal of opioids.

4:43am
WBAY. Marinette County water concerns spread.

Congress

4:04pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Thanks Sen. Zinke for investing in Wisconsin.

5:18am
Duluth News Tribune. Trump prepared to hit China with $60 billion in annual tariffs.
5:17am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Kohl's joins retailers in opposing Trump tariffs.
4:48am
Bloomberg. Disputes stall work on $1.2 trillion spending bill in Congress.

Federal Agencies

5:23am
Fox 11. Federal government has questions about Back Forty Mine project.

Politics

3:57pm
Wachs for Governor. Says Foxconn contracts already going out of state.
2:03pm
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calls on Judge Dallet to release full remarks to CA donors.
1:43pm
Flynn for Governor. Attacks election year Walker's property tax stunt.
1:13pm
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. Releases comprehensive gun safety reform plan.
1:12pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Corporate contributions to state parties, legislative committees topped $1M in 2017.
12:42pm
Oldenburg for 96th Assembly. Announces candidacy.
10:59am
RPW. ICYMI: Wisconsin Republicans are working to keep schools safe.
10:44am
League of Conservation Voters, Sierra Club. Endorse Senator Tammy Baldwin for re-election.
9:47am
RPW. What voters are saying: Judge Michael Screnock is the right fit for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
9:32am
Allen for 97th Assembly. Business Breakfast Fundraiser, Thursday March 29, 2018.
9:20am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Announces Sweet 16 tournament of top conservative accomplishments.
9:10am
McCabe for Governor. Plan funds health, education investments with proceeds from legal sales of marijuana.
5:46am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Introduces Student and Teacher Safety Act.

5:20am
Chippewa Herald. Moulton won't seek re-election; Bernier announces candidacy.
5:19am
La Crosse Tribune. Assembly Rep. Nerison to retire.
4:47am
WIZM. Former Wisconsin treasurer fighting to save office from Constitutional elimination.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Leah Vukmir rips Mark Pocan job offer to fired FBI official Andrew McCabe.
4:44am
Fox 11. Wisconsin politics reflects pulse of American voters.
4:40am
WQOW. Sen. Moulton announces retirement, Rep. Bernier to run for that seat.

Monday March 19, 2018

Governor

10:09am
Gov. Walker. And Lt. Gov. Kleefisch, AG Schimel visit schools to discuss $100 million School Safety Plan.

4:47am
WSAU. Walker tours Thorp school, talks school safety plan.
4:47am
WKBT. Gov. Walker discusses rural school aid with Cashton staff, students.
4:43am
The Hill. Eric Holder, Scott Walker call for probe of Russian trolls targeting Milwaukee.
4:37am
NBC 26. Demonstrators call on Gov. Walker to protect Lake Michigan shipwrecks.

Legislative

4:45pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. To accompany Congressman Sensenbrenner at Town Hall meetings.
4:44pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on retirement of Rep. Lee Nerison.
4:32pm
Rep. Nerison. Will not seek re-election to the State Assembly in 2018.
3:29pm
Rep. Kulp. Praises Terry Moulton's service.
11:45am
Wisconsin Coalition for Gun Safety. Governor Walker's special session proposal missing key elements.
10:50am
Sen. Nass. State Senate calendar and the Assembly.
8:14am
Sen. Moulton. Announces retirement from state Senate.

2:05pm
Daily Reporter. Senate to take up single-prime bidding, wetlands bills
1:02pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker continues push for school safety bills in jeopardy.
1:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. $100 tax rebate, prison overhaul and Kimberly-Clark inventives face end-of-session uncertainty in Wisconsin Capitol.
9:28am
NBC 15. GOP state senator won't seek re-election.
8:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bill limiting local governments could hurt Racine County hiring for Foxconn-related jobs.
8:12am
Cap Times. Wisconsin school groups urge lawmakers to reach compromise on school safety bill.
4:57am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Senate to vote on civil-litigation bill.
4:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker confident school safety plan will pass Legislature before end of session.
4:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Wisconsin Senate should let cop camera bill die.
4:55am
La Crosse Tribune. Senate, Assembly discord leaves youth prison, tax-cut bills in jeopardy.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. State homeless advocates urge focus on prevention, housing, employment.
4:51am
Chippewa Herald. Not so grape: Winery bill expected to die in Senate over tailgating fears.
4:45am
Daily Cardinal. Disability rights groups fear lawmakers overlook unique needs of students.
4:43am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Sloppy lawmaking threatens tailgating in state.
4:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Gov. Walker's special session shouldn't ignore guns.
4:36am
Cap Times. Despite potential roadblocks, state Sen. Alberta Darling confident school safety, Lincoln Hills bills will pass.

State Agencies

4:12pm
DMA. Wisconsion's Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week.
2:54pm
PSC. March 19-25: Fix-a-Leak Week.

Economy/Business

2:03pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. DNR approves Foxconn's preliminary air emissions permit.
4:39am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin frac sand industry roars back, but new competition looms.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. History, culture, research, big business and talk of tariffs for Wisconsin's cranberry industry.

Statewide

10:19am
PDPW. Dairy farmers and allied industry thrive at 2018 Business Conference.
10:00am
Wisconsin Environment. Polluters dumping into Wisconsin waterways.
9:32am
Wisconsin Realtors Association. February 2018 Home Sales Report.
9:28am
Arts Wisconsin. Arts Day calls for investment in the arts and creativity Wednesday, March 21.
8:21am
Survival Coalition. More than 400 members of disability community heading to Madison Tuesday for annual Disability Advocacy Day.

Courts

3:14pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Challenge against dairy business group a win for clean water.

5:18am
Sheboygan Press. Environmental group taking Wisconsin DNR to court over Kohler golf wetlands permit.

Education

3:24pm
UW-River Falls. Receives STARS gold rating for sustainability.
2:25pm
UW-River Falls. Lanning named director of athletics.
11:46am
UW-Stout. Historic lumber era records donated to University Archives.
10:17am
Alverno College. Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy partners to enhance student program opportunities.

4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Professional organizations respond to UW-Stevens Point proposal to cut humanities majors.

Local

2:08pm
Milwaukee Alds. Donovan, Perez, Borkowski. Watching MPD closely during a critical transition period.
11:45am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 18 arrests.

Congress

10:59am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Announces March town halls.
5:22am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Extends job offer to Andrew McCabe.

5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Democrat U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan offers fired FBI deputy director McCabe a job. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:40am
U.S. News & World Report. Lawmakers quibble over details of $1.3T U.S. spending bill.
4:35am
Bloomberg. Fiscal conservatives poised for defeat in U.S. spending bill.

Politics

3:03pm
RPW. In the news: WI Supreme Court Justice candidate Rebecca Dallet's streak of hypocrisy and bad judgement leaves campaign in trouble.
12:10pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: First Lady Tonette Walker: I choose Leah Vukmir for her courage and proven success.
11:51am
Gov. Walker. In the news: Gov. Walker invests in Wisconsin's rural school districts.
11:50am
Wachs for Governor. Announces plan to help seniors maintain financial security, health, and independence.
11:48am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Senator Cory Booker endorses.
11:47am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. Takes strong stance on Highway 23.
10:56am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. After Obama FBI stooge Andrew MCabe's firing, Leah proposes prohibiting hiring government employees to pad taxpayer-funded benefits.
9:50am
Bernier for 23rd Senate. Announces candidacy for state Senate.
9:34am
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. Expands debates to statewide primaries.
8:22am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Launches new TV ad.
8:20am
Republican Party of Fond du Lac County. Young Republicans hold first meeting.

12:59pm
Beloit Daily News. Bolton PAC launches new ad to benefit Nicholson for Senate.
11:57am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Bernier announces candidacy for 23rd Senate seat.
10:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Dallet's new ad accuses Screnock of giving lenient sentences.
5:10am
Beloit Daily News. Legislators raise funds for their re-election runs.
4:53am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Trouble for the GOP?
4:49am
WSAW. Candidates for governor speak across Marathon County.
4:49am
U.S. News & World Report. Treasurer's office is on chopping block in April 3 election.
4:48am
WISN. UPFRONT recap: Former AG Holder fights for fair redistricting in Wisconsin, nation.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Daughter of Supreme Court chief withdraws support of candidate Rebecca Dallet following criticism.
4:41am
CBS 58. Speaker Paul Ryan and Gov. Scott Walker speak to local Republicans at annual Lincoln Day Dinner.
4:38am
Fox 6. 'Why not?' Wisconsin governor candidate who breastfed in campaign ad brushes aside criticism.

Local Politics

8:23am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 New website clarifies differences vs. opponent.

Friday March 16, 2018

Governor

4:02pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Tiffany Ringer as Wood County Register of Deeds.
4:00pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on the passing of former Wisconsin Attorney General Bronson La Follette.
11:27am
Gov. Walker. Tours schools in Thorp, Cashton, and Hartford to discuss historic investment in K-12 education.

Legislative

2:10pm
Madison Metropolitan School District Superintendent and others. Letter to Gov. Walker and legislators regarding proposal for school safety.
10:52am
Sen. Hansen. Governor should call special elections before calling special sessions.
10:35am
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Seeks a comprehensive approach to school safety.
10:34am
WMC. Supportive of Gov. Walker's School Safety Plan.
9:17am
Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Table Senate Am.1 to AB-773 - support for engrossed AB-773.
9:02am
Survival Coalition. Concerned safety plan lacks supports and services for students.

2:03pm
U.S. News & World Report. Personality conflict puts Walker priorities in peril.
5:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. No gun control or arming teachers in Scott Walker's $100M school safety plan.
5:11am
WXOW. Senator Shilling criticizes governor's school safety legislation. Fox 11.
5:10am
WKOW. Mayor Paul Soglin slams Walker's school safety plan.
4:54am
McFarland Thistle.  Anderson uses town hall to talk gun control, keeping money out of politics.
4:45am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker's $100 child rebate, juvenile justice plan in jeopardy.
4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee mayor, local organizers push for background checks on all gun sales.

State Agencies

4:05pm
DATCP. 71st Alice in Dairyland top candidates announced.
2:01pm
DOR. Volunteer tax sites offer free tax preparation and filing.
12:29pm
DHS. #HopeActLiveWI: State agencies award grants to six counties to combat fatal drug overdoses.
11:27am
Wisconsin Lottery. Powerball jackpot increases to $455 million for Saturday.
10:34am
DATCP. Asks landowner thoughts on farmland preservation.
9:08am
WEDC. Names new vice president of sector strategy development.
5:30am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 'Back off Wisconsin!': Chicagoans respond to Walker's millennial marketing campaign.

Economy/Business

5:09am
WBAY. Despite Younkers, Sears, Toys 'R' Us closings, plenty of jobs available for retail workers.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The romance between Foxconn and Wisconsin almost had a rocky start.
4:48am
Kenosha News. Locals voice concerns at Foxconn road construction meeting.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin newspapers worry Canadian paper tariffs could cost them.
4:40am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Toys 'R' Us closing all U.S. locations.

Statewide

12:32pm
U.S. News & World Report. Former Wisconsin attorney general dies at age 82.
5:26am
La Crosse Tribune. The opioid crisis: Every state's overdose death rate, ranked.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. A quarter of fatal crashes in state involve elderly drivers.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin continues to see racial, geographical disparities in health.
4:41am
La Crosse Tribune. UW-Madison developing antibiotic resistance "weather map" of Wisconsin.

Education

4:02pm
UW-Platteville. Visiting scholar to showcase research on bullying in Chinese schools.
4:01pm
UW-Platteville. Soofi addresses global mergers, national security.

4:47am
Daily Cardinal. UW-Parkside student government follows UW-Stout, gives vote on no confidence in Cross.
4:46am
Inside Higher Ed. 20 scholarly groups question Stevens Point cuts.

Local

4:04pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Economic Development Washington County (EDWC) develops plan to operate without county taxes.
2:01pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Damkot named president of Wisconsin Land Information Assocation.
10:37am
Milwaukee City Clerk Owczarski. DeNeve appointed public relations supervisor for Common Council - City Clerk's Office.
10:36am
Heritage Senior Living. Expands focus on hospitality and culinary programs with new hire.

4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Russian Twitter trolls stoked racial tension in wake of Sherman Park rioting in Milwaukee before 2016 election.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'Double dipping': Retired Milwaukee police captain will return to old job, collect pension and salary.

Congress

2:00pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on the passing of Congresswoman Louise Slaughter.
12:30pm
The Arc Wisconsin. Supports residents to tell their story in Washington, DC.
10:38am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to combat unfair trade with a targeted approach.

5:29am
The Hill. U.S. could spend more on servicing debt than defense by 2024: study.
4:50am
Politico. GOP balks as White House floats new Dreamers deal.
4:47am
Bloomberg. Disputes may delay Ryan's unveiling of $1.2 trillion spending bill.

Politics

3:58pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statement on Ryan's Kenosha County campaign stop.
1:59pm
Evers for Governor. Statement on UW-Stevens Point's program cuts.
12:24pm
RPW. Files judical complaint calling for investigation into Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Dallet's unethical fundraising.
12:23pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. CNN announces Speaker Ryan's district is no longer rated "Safe Republican."
11:26am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Professional Firefighters of Wisconsin endorse.
10:39am
One Wisconsin Now. Michael Screnock's special ethical conflict.
10:33am
Walker for Governor. In the news: Gov. Walker invests in Wisconsin's rural school districts.
10:31am
Concerned Veterans for America. To Baldwin: Repudiate VoteVets' attacks on Wisconsin veterans.
9:06am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Endorses Judge Rebeca Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.
9:05am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Statement on Judge Dallet allegations.

2:07pm
WKBT. Kaul rips Schimel on wells, opioids, arming teachers.
2:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Eric Holder, Tammy Baldwin call for action on Russian Twitter trolls' Wisconsin meddling.
10:47am
Politico. Democratic governors reserve $20M in ads for redistricting fight.
5:10am
WAOW. Supreme Court candidate campaigns in Wausau.
4:53am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Trump border wall: Wisconsin attorney general supports the plan, challenger opposes.
4:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Holder visits Wisconsin to endorse Dallet, criticize Walker. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local Politics

9:04am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Says, 'Experince matters, Jack!'

Thursday March 15, 2018

Governor

4:48pm
Sen. Darling. Statement on Governor Walker's School Safety Plan.
3:09pm
Rep. Steineke. Supportive of School Safety Plan.
2:32pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on the passing of former Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lee Holloway.
1:53pm
Wisconsin Family Ties. Safe schools are well-resourced, not "hardened."
1:38pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on Gov. Walker's special session plan.
1:36pm
Evers for Governor. Statement on Walker's school safety package.
12:46pm
Sen. Carpenter. "Governor Walker, Wisconsin can do better than this."
12:20pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker proposes handing school safety checkbook to fellow NRA lackey Brad Schimel.
11:48am
Rep. Sargent. Statement on Governor Walker's call for a school safety special session.
11:24am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: More Funding for Our K-12 Schools.
11:15am
Rep. Crowley. School safety starts with expanding background checks.
11:14am
Wachs for Governor. Responds to Gov. Walker's short-sighted school safety plan.
10:53am
Rep. Nygren. Co-Chair of Joint Committee on Finance reacts to Special Session on School Safety.
10:47am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on school safety proposal.
10:47am
Wisconsin Association of School Boards. Statement on school safety package.
10:25am
Rep. Taylor. Governor Walker refuses to propose popular gun safety reforms.
10:24am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Governor Walker's special session plan.
10:09am
Rep. Subeck. Statement on special session.
9:58am
Gov. Walker. "We are committed to ensuring that every child has access to a quality education, regardless of their ZIP code."
9:49am
Sen. Shilling. Gov. Walker fails to act on gun safety.
9:34am
Speaker Vos. Statement on special session call.
9:25am
Gov. Walker. Calls $100 million Special Session on School Safety.

10:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker proposes $100M school safety grant program, calls special legislative session.
9:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker calls on lawmakers to take up $100M school safety plan.
9:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker offers $100 million plan to boost school safety in Wisconsin.

Legislative

3:57pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Statement on special session.
3:08pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. GOP lawmakers again embrace anti-Milwaukee stance with BID measure.
2:53pm
LFB. General fund fiscal effects of certain legislation.
2:31pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Listening to those who cannot hear.
1:39pm
Sen. Hansen. Introduces Senate resolution honoring UWGB Phoenix Women's basketball team.
1:38pm
Rep. Young. Holds community converstion on gun safety.
10:45am
Rep. Subeck. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: Thoughts and prayers are not enough.

4:47am
Chippewa Herald. Democrats' school safety proposal would cost property owners $85 million.
4:46am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. GOP split leaves closure of teen prison in doubt as senator says FBI probe of Lincoln Hills is done.
4:44am
Racine Journal Times. Gov. Walker to announce 'comprehensive school safety package' in coming days.
4:40am
Daily Cardinal. As public demand for safety reform grows louder, lawmakers weigh policy solutions.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State Senate panel rejects rent-to-own legislation.
4:33am
WISC. Lawmakers to introduce school safety legislation.

State Agencies

4:12pm
ETF. Moves to Hill Farms building.
3:57pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Kate Thompson named director of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press.
3:55pm
DATCP. Advice to farmers: Plan to spread? Look ahead.
1:41pm
DWD. #AccountableGov: UI report shows dramatic decline in UI fraud, trust fund balance of nearly $1.5 billion.
11:16am
AG Schimel. Continues 72-county tour to discuss public safety in Kenosha and Racine counties.
10:24am
OCI. Administrative Actions February 2018.
10:05am
DATCP. Comments open on Dual Magnum use on vegetable crops.
9:29am
OCI. Public hearing notice (Green Bay, WI): OCI 1332 Draft Waiver for State Innovation Application.
9:28am
OCI. Public hearing notice (Wausau, WI): OCI 1332 Draft Waiver for State Innovation Application.

Economy/Business

5:22am
U.S. Cellular. Offering high-speed internet service to northern Wisconsin residents.

4:47am
Beloit Daily News. Tariffs could boost local construction project costs.
4:34am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn could increase Racine County's emissions by 6 percent.

Statewide

1:35pm
Dairy Business Association. Wisconsin dairy group elects Bodart to board of directors.
9:41am
Compeer Financial. PDPW recognizes as the first Vision Sponsor.

5:23am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Tauscher inspires PDPW with stories of adversity, success.

Courts

4:33am
WKOW. Local lawsuit filed against Trump travel ban.

Education

4:58pm
UW-Stevens Point College Democrats. (Updated) Official College Democrats on proposed budget cuts.
4:47pm
UW-Platteville. Welcomes Smith as interim vice chancellor.
10:23am
UW-River Falls. Visual literacy for Montessori educators workshop offered.
9:36am
UW-Madison. Improved capture of cancer cells in blood could help track disease.
9:35am
UW-River Falls. Falcon Scholars Endowment Challenge nets $1.7 million for scholarships.
9:33am
UW-River Falls. Cumings to headline Wyman Visiting Professorship in History.
9:32am
Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership. To host free conference on criminal justice reform.
5:25am
UW-Parkside Student Government. Vote of no confidence in UW President Ray Cross.
5:23am
MPS. Washington chess and basketball celebrate.

5:12am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh students participate in National School Walkout events.
4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. National protest comes to Wisconsin as students walk out. Racine Journal Times. Marshfield News Herald. La Crosse Tribune. Badger Herald. WQOW.

Local

2:34pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Summary of saturation patrols for speed enforcement.
1:54pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Johnson receives Vel Phillips Trailblazer Award.
9:39am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. Advises well owners to test drinking water annually.

Congress

12:47pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Sponsored school safety legislation passes House, earns support of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

5:08am
The Hill. Senate passes bipartisan bill to roll back Dodd-Frank.
5:06am
Reuters. School safety bill passes House, no action on gun control.

Politics

4:07pm
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Communications Workers of American (CWA) District 4 endorses.
1:42pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Campaign raises $100K since Lamb declared victory.
9:38am
Dairy Business Association. Endorses Michael Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court.

4:41am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Former assemblyman Smith eyes Vinehout's Senate seat.
4:35am
Juneau County Star-Times. Kelda Roys gives shot at governor.

Local Politics

9:30am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Conservative Waukesha County Judge Michael Bohren backs.

Wednesday March 14, 2018

Governor

1:40pm
Gov. Walker. Investing in rural Wisconsin: Governor Walker signs bill helping rural community libraries.
9:21am
Gov. Walker. Honors 5 for excellence in tourism industry.

4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker is bringing back his old chief of staff. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:43am
WIZM. Gov. Walker says release of school safety plan is close.

Legislative

4:54pm
Speaker Vos. Leads state Assembly delegation to trade summit.
4:53pm
Rep. Taylor. Stands with students.
3:40pm
Sen. Larson. Predatory rent-to-own bill stalled.
2:24pm
Sen. Stroebel. Supports DNR request to limit EPA regulations.
2:01pm
Rep. Macco. Stands with Brown County Sheriff John Gossage on fair treatment of county corrections officers.
12:48pm
Rep. Schraa. Who would oppose juvenile corrections reform?
11:19am
Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association. Memo regarding improving school safety proposals.
11:12am
Rep. Anderson. National Walkout Day: I sit in solidarity with students.
10:57am
Rep. Hintz. ICYMI: What they're saying about the Foxconn deal.

2:38pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State Senate passes scaled back version of bill that would close Lincoln Hills.
2:37pm
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin juvenile justice overhaul bill in jeopardy.
12:06pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Author of juvenile corrections overhaul: 'It's going to die.'
10:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Senate Republicans moving ahead on school safety, prison.
5:15am
WISC. Lawmakers propose bill to close sex offender loophole that allows offenders to live near children.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Groups fight plan to build new prison in Wisconsin.
5:04am
Cap Times. Fitzgerald proposal aims to prevent 'one house of the Legislature' from delaying Wisconsin budget.
5:00am
Wisconsin State Journal. Assembly Speaker welcomes special session on school safety.
4:54am
WBAY. 'Just ludicrous': Brown County's top cop calls out lawmaker for stalling bill.
4:42am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Wisconsin Democrats introduce school-safety bills.

State Agencies

3:06pm
DWD. Assistant Deputy Secretary Dernbach highlights Youth Apprenticeship Program, touts workforce training efforts in central Wisconsin.
2:02pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment and unemployment estimates released.
1:55pm
DOT. To solicit for Transportation Engineering and Programming Study.
11:33am
DMA. Wisconsin National Guard Solider profiled in National Guard Bureau salute to Women's History Month.
9:42am
OCI. Public hearing notice (Marshfield, WI): OCI 1332 Draft Waiver for State Innovation Application.
9:20am
OCI. Public hearing notice (Chippewa Falls, WI): OCI 1332 Draft Waiver for State Innovation Application.

5:26am
Duluth News Tribune. Wisconsin announces first managed elk hunt.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Public Employee pensions to rise at least 2.4%.
5:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Cyber test aims to protect Wisconsin election system from hacking attempts.

Statewide

3:36pm
Quarles & Brady. Public Finance Practice ranked No.1 in Wisconsin, No. 2 in the Midwest for bond deal volumes.
9:50am
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. 2018 Women's health impact leaders honored.
9:24am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Welcomes Anthony Lococo to legal team.

4:48am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Change from Native American sports mascots has been slow, some say.

Education

3:05pm
UW-Platteville. Faculty forum to highlight complexities of gun control issue.
3:04pm
UW-Platteville. Student-run business to deliver fresh produce.
2:22pm
UW-Stout. Former professor, alum in Afghanistan as executive officer.
12:15pm
One Wisconsin Now. Stands with students calling for safe schools and communities.
11:42am
WARF. The Wisconsin Idea sowing success.
11:01am
Waukesha County Technical College, Mount Mary University. Announce "Nursing 1-2-1" program to address regional need for bachelor's prepared nurses.
10:53am
Marquette University. Marquette Theatre will present Shakespeare's 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre.'

2:36pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison-area students walk out for gun control, school safety.
10:12am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Students across Brown County mark March 14 with walkouts, sit-ins demanding tougher gun laws.
5:23am
Daily Cardinal. UW-Stevens Point Chancellor on proposed liberal arts program cut: "Reaction has led to an incorrect narrative."
5:13am
WISN. Milwaukee-area students to take part in national walk-out.
5:01am
WSAW. People affected by potential cuts to UWSP programs voice their concerns.
4:53am
Cap Times. UW-Madison students will join high school protest against gun violence.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Hundreds of Madison students slated to walk out for gun control Wednesday.

Local

12:14pm
Milwaukee Corporation Counsel. Milwaukee County joins the fight against the opioid distributors and manufacturers. Complaint. Milwaukee County Sup. West.
11:35am
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. I stand with our children.

5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee leaders ramp up free STD testing after discovery of HIV/syphilis cluster. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:58am
Fox 6. Amid HIV/syphilis cluster, officials say 'Milwaukee has one of the highest STD rates of any city.' 
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Despite difficulties, 2 Wisconsin counties find merging health services is a 'win-win.'
4:46am
Fox 6. Board: Miller Park tax expected to end sometime in late 2019, early 2020.

Congress

1:59pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Urges support of apprenticeships and CTE programs.
1:58pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Presses Trump's cabinet on Buy American at Commerce Committee hearing.
5:39am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Renews call for stronger investment in rural broadband.
5:06am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Statement on House right to try vote.

5:17am
The Hill. Industry clamors for fixes to GOP tax law.
5:09am
Reuters. Trump eyes tariffs on up to $60 billion Chinese goods; tech telecoms, apparel targeted.
4:57am
Cap Times. Where does Wisconsin's congressional delegation stand on Donald Trump's tariffs?
4:56am
CBS 58. Wisconsin lawmakers react to Tillerson firing.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Sean Duffy optimistic Trump tariffs will boost economy.

Politics

3:39pm
DPW. Remember: Vukmir, Nicholson want armed teachers, guns in classrooms.
3:03pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. GOP lawmakers led Dems in fundraising, cash on hand in 2017.
2:40pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wisconsin Working Families Party endorses.
1:57pm
DPW. "Nasty" Wisconsin GOP U.S. Senate primary still a mess.
11:37am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Calls on Rebecca Dallet to apologize to slain Border Patrol agent's family for campaigning with Eric Holder.
10:55am
Flynn for Governor. Statement supporting the national walkout against gun violence.
10:50am
DPW. Gov. Walker runs scared from students demanding common-sense gun safety reform.
9:47am
RPW. ICYMI: Double talk Dallet says she hates money in politics but loves when it's spent on her.
9:46am
Walker for Governor. Campaign announces expansion of digital, communications departments.
9:19am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Congressman Mark Pocan endorses.
9:18am
Staush for 90th Assembly. Announces run for Green Bay's 90th Assembly District as a Democrat.

5:22am
Wisconsin Law Journal. GOP legislative campaign committees outraise Democrats.
4:52am
Fox 6. Former Dem. AG Holder coming to Wisconsin ahead of Supreme Court election. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:50am
Stevens Point Journal. Eight Democratic candidates expected for Stevens Point gubernatorial forum tonight.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As Trump's ratings with Wisconsin men rise, gender gap becomes massive.
4:44am
WSAW. Governor, pair of gubernatorial candidates talk school safety.

Local Politics

9:51am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Former Waukesha County GOP Chair Don Taylor endorses.
9:51am
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Enlists Gov. Tommy Thompson as supporter.

Tuesday March 13, 2018

Governor

4:22pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Chief of Staff Rich Zipperer to the Public Service Commission, Eric Schutt as Chief of Staff.
4:18pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Attorney Laura Crivello to Milwaukee County judge.
4:17pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Audrey Skwierawski to serve as Milwaukee County judge.
10:47am
Gov. Walker. Celebrates Sunshine Week.

5:10am
WKOW. Gov. Walker open to calling a special session on school safety.
5:06am
Chippewa Herald. Walker signs bill impacting school funding for Cornell, New Auburn and Lake Holcombe.
5:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Rural school districts receive more state aid.

Legislative

4:37pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on Special Session on school safety.
3:36pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Victim advocates call on state Senate to reject proposal for new $350 million prison.
3:35pm
Sen. Testin. Supports rural development fund.
2:08pm
Rep. Pope. Bill package focuses on WI student safety.
2:07pm
Rep. Neylon. Issues statement on new hiring outlook.
2:06pm
Wisconsin Coalition for Gun Safety. Letter to Gov. Walker, Sen. Fitzgerald, Speaker Vos regarding Safe Communities, Safe Schools and Safe Kids proposal. Proposal.
2:03pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Rep. Eric Genrich announcement not to seek re-election.
12:12pm
Wisconsin Public Education Network. Wisconsin parents to lawmakers: Listen to students, school leaders on school safety.
11:11am
Milwaukee Democratic Legislative Caucus. Letter to Gov. Walker on opportunity zones.
10:45am
Rep. Steffen. To attend international trade conference.

5:08am
Daily Cardinal. UW survivors of sexual violence would see increased support under new bill.
5:02am
WUWM. Advocates for people facing eviction concerned about proposed changes to Wisconsin law.
5:00am
Racine Journal Times. Scott Walker urges Senate to take up juvenile corrections bill despite leader's concerns.

State Agencies

3:39pm
DNR. Weekly news.
11:09am
AG Schimel. Celebrates National Sunshine Week with record-breaking benchmarks for Office of Open Government.
10:49am
ETF. Announces WRS annuity adjustments.
5:31am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.
5:30am
DATCP. Spring breakers: Fight grandparent scams with a family plan.

5:07am
WISC. Officials can't confirm whether Wisconsin vet homes conduct active shooter drills.

Economy/Business

3:38pm
NFIB Wisconsin. Local comment on today's national economic news.
11:42am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Seminars offer expert advice for emerging firms, others during March 19 Tech Summit in Waukesha.

11:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Manpower hiring forecast carries good news for Wisconsin.
11:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin wants break from Trump administration on ozone rules in advance of Foxconn development.

Environment/Outdoors

4:58am
La Crosse Tribune. Tritium found in groundwater at former Genoa nuclear plant.

Statewide

5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: Food assistance should be used for healthier items.
4:53am
WAOW. Wisconsin doctors react as opioid overdoses increase.

Education

4:20pm
Highland Community School. Students & staff to walk out.
3:39pm
UW-Stout. Equipment donation valued at $530K will benefit students.
11:10am
Marquette University. Playwright Orlandersmith goes 'On the Issues' to discuss production of 'Until the Flood,' based on 2014 Ferguson police shooting.
9:36am
UW-Eau Claire. Agreement will help Blugolds begin law enforcement careers more quickly.

5:10am
WFRV. Wisconsin seventh in country for school threats.
5:09am
Daily Cardinal. UW-Stevens Point College Republicans support proposal to cut liberal arts programs.
5:03am
WBAY. Northeast Wisconsin schools prepare for 'National School Walkout.'
5:01am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh high schools plan walkouts for #NationalSchoolWalkout on Wednesday.
4:59am
Wausau Daily Herald. Central Wisconsin students to join national school walkouts, could face discipline.
4:58am
Cap Times. Madison-area school districts offer policies, support for anti-gun walkout scheduled for Wednesday.
4:54am
CBS 58. "We won't put up with this:" Whitefish Bay High School participating in National School Walkout.

Local

2:01pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Girls' Day at City Hall: A day of empowerment and engagement.
10:51am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces more solar for Dane County.

5:04am
Eagle Herald. Sales tax would benefit shipyard.
4:57am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Streetcar project does not receive federal grant for extension to arena.
4:56am
WEAU. Proposed change to "Public Good Order" ordinance could be postponed.

Congress

2:02pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Holds Health Net accountable for 'poor performance.'
11:08am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces support for CREATES Act.

5:45am
Politico. Right-to-try drug bill could needlessly raise patients' hopes, experts say.
5:24am
Reuters. In bow to NRA, Trump throws gun purchase age to states, courts.
5:21am
USA Today. Russia probe: House intel Republicans end investigation, find 'no evidence' of collusion.
5:04am
The Hill. Senate GOP shoots down bill blocking Trump tariffs.
4:55am
Fox 11. Trump school safety plan backs arming teachers, drops controversial gun measures.

Politics

3:40pm
Kohl for 6th Congress. Ongoing silence on Russia deafening.
2:04pm
DPW. Michael Screnock still refuses to commit to recusing himself from cases involving his own campaign benefactors.
2:00pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. GOP legislative committees outraised Dems 2:1.
11:45am
One Wisconsin Now. The Screnock rule: No campaign check = No time for you.
11:43am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Sparsity aid investment has Wisconsin working for all families.
10:46am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Endorsed by Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police.
10:44am
Walker for Governor. Video: Launches statewide digital ad highlighting Wisconsin's workforce development efforts.
9:37am
Sensenbrenner for 5th Congress. Announces candidacy for re-election.
9:35am
RAGA. ICYMI: Attorney General Brad Schimel talks re-election bid on Wisconsin radio.
5:39am
McCabe for Governor. 56,000 miles and the odometer's still spinning.
5:36am
Gronik for Governor. It's time for career politician Gov. Scott Walker to quit his election year gimmicks and get serious on education funding and school safety.

11:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Paul Ryan targeted by ad from gun safety group founded by former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.
11:13am
Cap Times. Tom Steyer to spend $2.5 million mobilizing young Wisconsin voters, targeting Republicans.
5:44am
Politico. Holder to Wisconsin to pump judge race.
5:43am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Jackson County supervisor announces run for Assembly.

Local Politics

9:38am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Former Lieutenant Governor Margaret Farrow endorses.

Monday March 12, 2018

Governor

2:43pm
Sen. Marklein. Rural school funding bill signed into law.
12:43pm
Gov. Walker. Signs bill directing additional state funding to rural public schools.
10:17am
Gov. Walker. Highlights success of tourism industry at Governor's Conference on Tourism.
9:30am
Wisconsin Water Alliance. Statement regarding the recent announcement that certain areas along the Lake Michigan shoreline will no longer be subject to potential designation as a federal marine sanctuary.

2:49pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. 'It's the people': Tourism takes more than attractions, Gov. Scott Walker says.
2:45pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker signs rural school funding bill.
12:22pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Schools with low budgets, rural locations to get extra funding, under bill signed by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. 
9:38am
Sheboygan Press. NOAA marine sanctuary: Reactions to Scott Walker's withdrawal of nomination span gamut.
5:39am
WISC. Governor Walker to sign sparsity aid legislation into law Monday.

Legislative

12:05pm
Rep. Nygren. Bill addresses inequity in school funding formula.
9:35am
Genrich for Mayor. Statement announcing run for mayor of Green Bay.
5:59am
Sen. Cowles. Stands with tailgaters. Leg. Council Memo.

12:29pm
Beloit Daily News. Rep. Eric Genrich to run for Green Bay Mayor.
10:25am
Cap Times. Rep. Gordon Hintz is ready to return to Madison for safer schools, stricter gun control.
9:41am
Wisconsin State Journal. Concerns about tailgate regulations doom winery bill.
5:11am
WISC. Lawmakers 'slamming the brakes' on proposal that could prohibit some tailgating. CBS 58.

State Agencies

4:41pm
Wisconsin Lottery. $1 million Powerball ticket sold in Polk County.
4:40pm
WEDC. March 21 event to showcase resources available to manufacturers.
4:38pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin a top-ten state in rate of job gains in January.
12:13pm
AG Schimel. Urges Congress to pass child pornography victim bill.
9:42am
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin adds 8,000 private sector jobs, 2,000 manufacturing jobs over the month.

2:47pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin added 8,000 private sector jobs in January.
10:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. State tourism unveils 2018 ad campaign.
5:11am
RiverTowns. Tax reciprocity? Don't hold your breath, official says.
5:06am
Wisconsin Law Journal. Ethics Commission won't fine lobbyists after audit.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. I-94 shoulders could become lanes for self-driving trucks.

Economy/Business

5:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tariffs, trade disputes could raise prices of boats, docks and trailers.
5:26am
The Guardian. Harley-Davidson: Trump's tariffs pose grave threat to famous American name.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Builders say U.S. construction jobs will be lost from steel tariffs.
5:15am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Where Wisconsin's tourism industry is hiring.
5:15am
WSAW. Walmart employees in Wisconsin to receive cash bonuses.
5:13am
Kenosha News. Kenosha County companies signing on to be Foxconn suppliers.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Developers propose speculative industrial building to serve Foxconn suppliers.
5:09am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. WEDC: Prepare for Foxconn.

Environment/Outdoors

10:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin wolf forum brings talk of new population goals.
9:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 2017 was a near-record year for CWD from deer farming, hunting operations.

Statewide

1:54pm
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Wisconsin's fiscal health improving.
1:48pm
Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Announces office move, new board of directors members.
1:43pm
Serve Wisconsin. Recaps outstanding 2016-2017 program year.
10:31am
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin. ICYMI: Rape survivor Kate Thalacker, "Stand with me in support of Marsy's Law. You will not stand alone."
10:28am
Alliant Energy. Community investment totals $7.3 million in 2017.
10:27am
Marshfield Clinic Health System. And Security Health Plan to invest $300,000 in ABCs for Healthy Communities grants.

Courts

5:17am
La Crosse Tribune. Sex offender sues hospital that won't let him visit son, 9.

Education

4:38pm
MPS. Hosts first-ever job fair.
3:15pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. And bipartisan sponsors of RAISE Act urge HHS to implement the new family caregiver law swiftly.
1:44pm
UW-Stout. Student enjoys hearing stories, helping people via internship.
9:28am
UW-Stevens Point College Republicans. Statement on the proposed elimination of majors.
9:25am
UW-River Falls. Songen takes first place in Innovation Challenge competition.

5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Controversy follows UW-Stevens Point decision to cut Humanities programs.
5:03am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. School safety concerns spark community conversation at Preble High School.
4:58am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Local students plan to walk out Wednesday in solidarity.

Local

4:39pm
Milwaukee Ald. Stamper. Milwaukee and Irpin, Ukraine to sign Sister City agreement.
2:44pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Dimitrijevic. Proposes to ban housing discrimination.
1:45pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 19 arrests.

5:09am
Beloit Daily News. Meeting set over offender placement.
5:05am
Fox 6. 1st ever Hemp Expo takes place in Milwaukee after new state law legalizes hemp farming.

Congress

12:06pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. It's time again for the Congressional Art Competition.

5:48am
Racine Journal Times. Johnson disagrees with Trump on tariffs, optimistic about North Korea. The Hill.
5:47am
The Hill. GOP senator: We probably shouldn't follow China's lead on criminal justice.
5:23am
Racine Journal Times. Sen. Johnson debates school safety subsidies.
5:23am
WKOW. Sen. Ron Johnson weighs in on DOJ announcement to ban bump stocks.
5:22am
Cap Times. Sen. Ron Johnson: Wisconsin could be among states 'most affected' by tariffs.
5:19am
The Hill. GOP senator mistakenly says drinking age is 18, not 21.
5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Ron Johnson says, 'Let's not be snookered again' in talks with North Korea.
5:02am
WISN. UPFRONT recap: Trump's tariffs 'risky," Sen. Johnson says.
4:57am
The Hill. Ryan fights to keep tax cuts in spotlight.

Politics

4:44pm
Wachs for Governor. Launches Worst of Walker March Madness Bracket.
3:08pm
DPW. Illinois billionaire Dick Uihlein has invested more than $24M across Kevin Nicholson-supporting groups.
2:55pm
RPW. ICYMI: Weak field of candidates for governor leaves Democrats in disarray.
2:42pm
Wachs for Governor. Responds to right-wing agenda to dismantle public schools, higher education.
1:47pm
One Wisconsin Now. National Rifle Association goes to court in Wisconsin and Florida.
12:46pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Former Governor Jim Doyle endorses.
12:34pm
DPW. The impact of Scott Walker and Betsy DeVos' crusade against public schools has been devastating for Wisconsin students.
12:33pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Calls on Ryan to return donations from opioid manufacturer under investigation.
10:29am
RPW. Launches statewide "Double Talk Dallet" billboard campaign.
5:56am
Republican Parties of Calumet, Fond du Lac Counties. To host Lincoln Day brunch.

12:24pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker blasts Democrats for letting women be excluded.
10:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin defiant as millions in outside money pours in against her in Senate race.
5:24am
U.S. News & World Report. GOP crusader Walker reaches to center in volatile Wisconsin.
5:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic field for Wisconsin governor is still a jumble with no clear front-runner.
5:10am
MySheboygan. Terry Katsma to face Democratic paper candidate.
5:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Larsen announces candidacy.
5:06am
U.S. News & World Report. Another $1 million in veterans ads coming in Baldwin race.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Leah Vukmir, Kevin Nicholson court GOP grass roots in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Eric Hovde gives high-profile GOP speech in Madison, remains undecided on U.S. Senate race.

Friday March 9, 2018

Governor

12:35pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Walker doesn't deserve open records award.
10:42am
Gov. Walker. Statement regarding phone call with U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

12:50pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker says Wisconsin companies could be tariff-exempt.
4:54am
Sheboygan Press. Gov. Scott Walker's marine sanctuary decision draws 'disbelief.'

Legislative

4:20pm
Rep. Ballweg. 41st District students' art featured at Capitol.
4:18pm
National Resource Development Association. Memo in support of amendments to AB-956.
3:03pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Memo: Bill could end tailgating as we know it.
2:14pm
Rep. Brandtjen. Statement on threats to legislator.
2:13pm
Rep. Taylor, Sen. Schachtner. Introduce bill to assist student victims of sexual violence and harassment.

12:55pm
WEAU. Wisconsin Rep. Jarchow calls Capitol Police 'bozo operation.'
10:45am
DrydenWire. Proposed bill would make sexual contact by law enforcement with person in custody a felony.
5:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP lawmaker lashes out at Capitol Police after investigation of alleged threat ends without charges.
4:55am
Door County Pulse. Bill may require event venues to have alcohol licenses.

State Agencies

1:52pm
DMA. Annual governor's conference focuses on disaster recovery.
10:47am
ETF. Medicare numbers changing.
5:10am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:08am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Letter to the WI DNR regarding the Racine Water Diversion.
5:07am
WEDC. Recognized for excellence in financial reporting.
5:06am
DATCP. CWD-positive deer found on Washington County farm.

Economy/Business

4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin job growth slows in latest detailed employment numbers.

Statewide

4:45am
WTMJ. Wisconsin named 2nd drunkest state in the U.S. 

Courts

4:47am
La Crosse Tribune. Conservation groups urge appeals court to let novel frac sand challenge proceed.

Education

2:19pm
UW-River Falls. IHSA Western Show Team named regional champions.

4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. UW-Manitowoc renovation created conducive study space, UW System President Cross says.

Local

4:19pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Influential Milwaukee women to be honored on city website, cable channel.
5:08am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Committee votes "yes" on conversion therapy ban.
5:05am
Milwaukee Common Council. Statement on International Women's Day from the two female members.

5:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee weighs 'conversion therapy' ban.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal.Military begins public process for basing F-35s in Madison.
4:46am
Fox 6. 'Number is likely to go up:' 125 people, some children, part of HIV/syphilis cluster in Milwaukee.

Congress

12:46pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Requests information on administration's tariff decision.

12:48pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson says Trump tariffs 'risk undermining' economy as he seeks more information on move.
5:22am
WAOW. Cranberry farmers concerned about E.U. tariff retaliation.
5:03am
Reuters. House Speaker Ryan criticizes Trump tariff plan.
5:02am
NBC 15. Baldwin reaction to Trump tariffs mixed.
5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Ryan, Johnson speak out against Trump tariffs.
5:01am
CBS 58. Wisconsin Republicans speak out against Trump tariff.
4:57am
The Hill. Ryan: I haven't put a second's thought into Stormy Daniels controversy.
4:57am
Bloomberg. Paul Ryan tax cut showcase upstaged by Trump tariff announcement.
4:45am
Fox 11. Farmers could see consequences from new tariffs.

Politics

1:39pm
RPW. In the news: Attorney General Brad Schimel launches re-election campaign.
12:39pm
Kohl for 6th Congress. Endorsed by NewDemPAC.
12:37pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins bipartisan senators to introduce continued support for the Iranian People Act of 2018.
12:33pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Working Wisconsinites endorse.
10:37am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Statement on incredible U.S. jobs numbers for February.
5:10am
Whelton for 9th Senate. Announces run for Wisconsin State Senate.
5:04am
RAGA. What they are saying: Brad Schimel officially launches re-election bid for Wisconsin Attorney General.

1:01pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Group headed by Eric Holder spends $140K to back Supreme Court candidate.
12:56pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic field for Wisconsin governor is still a jumble with no clear front-runner.
5:00am
Beloit Daily News. Baldwin searches for right path to keep key Senate seat.
4:56am
Kenosha News. Governor candidate Wachs skeptical of Foxconn deal.
4:53am
Cap Times. Kathleen Vinehout defends abortion stance, suggests electing a woman could reduce harassment.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Democratic governor candidates debate health care.
4:49am
Juneau County Star-Times. Matt Flynn running for governor.
4:49am
Juneau County Star-Times. Mahlon Mitchell running for governor.

Thursday March 8, 2018

Governor

11:14am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: President Trump should reconsider steel, aluminum tariffs.

4:46am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Gov. Scott Walker: Wisconsin fending off 'very real' cybersecurity threats.

Legislative

2:39pm
Sen. Shilling. Walker's no good, very bad, jobs record.
2:05pm
Rep. Subeck. On International Women's Day, urges #PressforProgress at pivotal time for women.
2:03pm
Sen. Taylor. The intersection of guns and race.
11:16am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WMC backs Kimberly-Clark corporate welfare bill.
10:25am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Safe Schools, Safe Communities.
5:30am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: One step moves us forward.

5:02am
CBS 58. "Netflix for healthcare": Local doctor says direct primary care cuts out insurance costs.
5:01am
WFRV. Wisconsin lawmakers vow to fight prescription drug price-gouging.
5:00am
Fox 11. Senate committee OKs tax incentives for Kimberly-Clark.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP senators consider providing state money for Wisconsin school safety upgrades.
4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Gov. Walker focusing on school building safety.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker 'confident' juvenile justice changes will pass, despite Senate concern.
4:37am
Greater Milwaukee Today. 'Dark store' tax issue continues to vex legislators.

State Agencies

11:17am
DHS. Opioid reponse includes trauma-informed care.
10:23am
DATCP. Leave your worries at home: Consumer protection tips for spring breakers.
9:21am
OCI Commissioner Nickel. Appointed Zach Bemis as Chief Legal Counsel.

5:19am
La Crosse Tribune. Neighbors, local officials urge DNR to reject wetland permit for Jackson County frac operation.

Economy/Business

3:04pm
DWD. BLS data: Under Gov. Walker, Wisconsin adds private sector jobs for 27th straight quarter on year over year basis.

2:25pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin ranks 32nd for job growth as average wages dip.
5:18am
Racine Journal Times. Residents pack iMET Center for Foxconn hearing on water.
4:50am
U.S. News & World Report. Residents voice doubts about Lake Michigan water for Foxconn. Wisconsin Public Radio.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Foes say Foxconn would breach law protecting drinking water. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:47am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Proposed regional bus service for Foxconn employees meets funding questions.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin cranberries on European Union target list for retaliation tariffs.

Statewide

3:05pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals leading the way toward safer patient care.
2:31pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Wisconsin women recognized at National Farmers Union Convention.
1:39pm
WISPIRG. As electric cars revolutionize the vehicle market, new study helps cities address infrastructure and parking challenges.
11:17am
Cooperative Network. Co-ops Yes! Youth Leadership Conference: Keeping cooperatives relevant for future generations.
9:25am
Alliant Energy. Gas safety, excavation surveys starting.
8:10am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Applies for Title X funding extension.

4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Redistricting critics stage basketball game to highlight 'rigged' system.

Courts

4:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Homeowner's tax assessment will drop $800,000 after court deems backyard trees agriculture.

Education

3:09pm
UW-River Falls. Professors' road leads to literary accomplishment.
1:02pm
UW-Madison. Serial innovator Jack Ma cites collaboration as key to his success.
9:23am
UW-Madison. Fahey, Chazen, Thomas-Greenfield to receive honorary degrees.
9:20am
UW-Platteville. And UW-Richland explore ag possibilities.
9:19am
UW-Platteville. Criminal Justice Career Day set for March 13.
9:19am
UW-Platteville. Strategies implemented to increase student retention.
8:13am
UW-River Falls. To host 2018 Nilsestuen Legacy Event speaker March 22.

8:22am
Racine Journal Times. Unified talks planning ahead of potential Foxconn-related growth.

Local

2:30pm
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Chamber shares list of more than 1,700 Together Truax supporters with U.S. Air Force.
1:45pm
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinsi. Measure to hire more city workers advances.
1:45pm
Milwaukee Ald. Stamper. Encourages 15th District residents to attend the Washington Park Job Fair.
11:58am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Hateful displays ban on worksites moves forward.
11:18am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Summary of saturation patrols for speed enforcement.
5:29am
MKE Nutrition & Lead Task Force. Lead, water safety legislation for city residents moves forward.
5:28am
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. Voices gratitude for vigilance on proper DACA bill.
5:27am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Measure would ban conversion therapy in Milwaukee.
5:26am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Public lead safety initiative moves forward.

1:41pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Eau Claire County wants to garnish pensions of employees who embezzle.
5:24am
WJFW. Road salt increases Sodium Chloride levels in Woodruff well.
4:59am
WBAY. Brown County: planning ahead for armed guards in schools.

Congress

1:49pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Booker, Nelson. Lead call for stronger investment in student health and safety.
1:01pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Honored with Senator Thad Cochran Leadership Award from American Shipbuliding Suppliers Association.
10:26am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to improve health coverage affordability for young adults.

3:06pm
Reuters. Trump sets metals tariffs but exempts Canada and Mexico.
5:23am
The Hill. Senate committee approves bill reorganizing Homeland Security's cyber office.
4:38am
The Hill. Trump's economic policies spur GOP angst.
4:38am
The Hill. Ryan: 'We're not going to raise gas taxes.'

Politics

3:31pm
RPW. ICYMI: Democrat Party bosses putting their thumbs on the scale in primary for governor.
1:32pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Statement on International Women's Day.
11:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Michael Screnock's candidacy not thing to celebrate on International Women's Day.
11:15am
DPW. Bagman for extremist agenda, Brad Schimel makes a desperate attempt to reinvent self ahead of reelection bid.
11:14am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Brad Schimel 2018 election announcement.
9:57am
RPW. In the news: Despite opposition from Senator Baldwin, Wisconsin families seeing big wins from tax reform.
9:53am
Bryce for 1st Congress. Ryan's Atlanta trip can't hide how tax scam hurts workers, benefits wealthy.
8:19am
Flynn for Governor. Statement on addressing the concerns of communities of color.
8:09am
Schimel for Attorney General. Officially launches re-election campaign.

2:28pm
The Hill. Election forecaster moves 26 races in favor of Dems.
1:42pm
U.S. News & World Report. AG Schimel avoids GOP meniton in re-election announcement.
1:40pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel launches re-election bid.
9:22am
WTMJ. Possible 2020 presidential candidate Steve Bullock visits Milwaukee.
8:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. Democrats offer many similar ideas to address gun violence, school safety.
8:20am
Cap Times. Some Democratic candidates for Wisconsin governor excluded from forums.

Wednesday March 7, 2018

Governor

12:28pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Statement in reponse to the signing of Assembly Bill 538 into law by Governor Scott Walker.
12:24pm
Gov. Walker. Signs Assembly Bill 538 into law.
9:11am
Gov. Walker. Stresses the importance of public safety at 51st Annual Governor's Conference on Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

1:26pm
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker pulls Lake Michigan national marine sanctuary nomination.

Legislative

2:28pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Pharmaceutical price-gouging bill gives attorney general power to lower prices.
12:28pm
DPI. Evers offers comprehensive agenda to improve school safety. 
12:12pm
Gov. Walker. Statement after meeting with Senate Republican caucus.
12:10pm
Sen. Hansen. And Rep. Anderson unveil plan to go after predatory drug pricing.
11:10am
Rep. Anderson. Wisconsin Democrats fight price gouging of prescription drugs. LRB-5578.
9:13am
WEAC. Partners with DPI to advance policy for safe schools.
9:10am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative Action. Sen. Vukmir and Assembly Republicans want to increase property taxes - a lot.
5:20am
Rep. Kitchens. Congratulates Door County Maritime Museum on JEM grant.
5:19am
DPI Supt. Evers. Letter to legislative leadership regarding school safety proposals.

11:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Senate leader: Assembly plan to close youth prison 'not ready for prime time.'
11:17am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker meeting with Republican senators about schools, taxes.
5:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker administration: Kimberly-Clark is 'receptive' to proposed tax deal.
5:04am
Janesville Gazette. Rock County landowners seek eminent domain reform.
4:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers asks Scott Walker to send millions to schools to improve safety.
4:22am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. EC County Board advances proposal stemming from Lokken case.
4:21am
WISN. "UPFRONT' recap: State Assembly puts aside differences to pass youth corrections overhaul bill.

State Agencies

2:27pm
DNR. Public input needed regarding proposed fall waterfowl hunting season structure.
1:22pm
WEDC. Sheboygan, Manitowoc regions rank nationally for corporate facility projects in 2017.
11:57am
Foxconn. Reiterates commitment to environmental sustainability.
11:26am
DMA. Wisconsin Guard medics train alongside first responders in medical exercise.
10:32am
DOT. Those celebrating St. Patrick's Day asked to be safe, responsible.
10:22am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Foxconn water raid gets first hearing.
9:15am
Women's Council Wisconsin. Women's History Month feature new factsheet on the roots of women and elected office in Wisconsin. Fact Sheet.

1:27pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin DNR developing rules on toxic groundwater chemicals.
11:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State officials set to hear from public on Foxconn bid to tap Lake Michigan water.
4:43am
Fox 6. WisDOT secretary talks impact of Foxconn on state road projects.

Economy/Business

11:06am
Boardman Clark. Labor & Employment Law Update.
9:12am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Artists to be featured at 2018 Veterans Light Up the Arts announced.

11:13am
Chicago Tribune. Foxconn finds way to stick 7 million-gallon straw into Lake Michigan.
4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Wisconsin should reject Trump's trade war.
4:36am
WBAY. In Oshkosh, Walker criticizes President Trump's tariff proposal.
4:35am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Touring Bemis, Walker says Trump tariffs are 'existential threat' to business.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says he was surprised by Trump tariff proposal.
4:32am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse steel firms fret about effect of Trump's tariffs.
4:29am
NBC 15. Walker: Wisconsin canning company could lose millions under tariffs.
4:27am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Harley warns for 'significant impact' from retaliatory tariffs. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:26am
WAOW. Leinenkugel's worries Trump tariff could cost jobs.

Statewide

1:35pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Grazing workshops aim to help dairies be more profitable.
12:26pm
Evidence-Based Health Policy Project. To host second in Capitol Briefing Series on Social Determinants of Health.
11:07am
Quarles & Brady. Accomplished trademark attorney joins Intellectual Property Practice.
9:19am
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin. ICYMI: Rock 94.7 interviews state chair.

5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Prescription opioids fail rigorous new test for chronic pain.
4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. ER visits for opioid overdose double in Wisconsin. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:31am
Superior Telegram. MU poll: 4 out of 5 Wisconsin voters favor universal background checks.
4:30am
WXOW. Wisconsin dentists call for higher Medicaid reimbursement rates.

Courts

2:30pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Judge William E. Hanrahan appointed chief judge of Fifth Judicial Administrative District.

11:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lawsuit alleges Wisconsin officials knew fee for DNA database was unconstitutional but imposed it anyway.
5:03am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Brown County sales tax faces renewed legal challenge from taxpayers group.
4:45am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin nursing home sued over flu vaccine requirement.

Education

3:17pm
UW-Madison. New ed-tech platform recognizes professors' contributions to higher education.
3:16pm
MPS. National School Breakfast Week.
2:28pm
UW-Madison. Former Chancellor Irving Shain dies at 92.
1:20pm
UW-Stout. Faculty Senate remembers Sorensen, recalls his vision, strength.

4:42am
Stevens Point Journal. English chairman 'taken aback' by UW-Stevens Point plan to cut majors.
4:41am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Workforce development among priorities of UW Regents appointee.

Local

11:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Chris Abele asks for pension reform to block felons from receiving Milwaukee County pensions.
5:33am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Midwest airlines money could fund Milwaukee, Racine bus route to Foxconn.
4:23am
Fox 6. 'Impact has been very negative:' Residency study shows 21% of city workers don't live in Milwaukee.

Congress

4:04pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Highlights concerns with planned tariffs.
3:58pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Schumer. Introduce amendment to rein in corporate stock buybacks in banking deregulation bill.

Politics

1:33pm
RPW. Fact check: "Hell no" Mahlon Mitchell didn't oppose Act 10 right away.
12:27pm
One Wisconsin Now. ICYMI: Michael Screnock won't pledge to avoid conflict of interest as a judge, again.
9:20am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Former Senator Herb Kohl endorses.

11:12am
Cap Times. Growing their ranks: More women are running for office, and they're running as Democrats.
4:43am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Renard announces state Senate run, will face Jacque in Republican primary for District 1.
4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Kelda Roys breastfeeds her daughter in new campaign video. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 
4:30am
WQOW. Two Dems vying for Wisconsin's 91st Assembly seat make a stop at News 18.
4:26am
Fox 6. Vukmir calls Nicholson 'a D.C. candidate' as GOP U.S. Senate hopefuls fight for recognition.

Local Politics

9:16am
Melvin for Waukesha Circuit Court Branch 12. Justice Prosser & conservative jurists back.

Tuesday March 6, 2018

Governor

12:16pm
Gov. Walker. Visits Wisconsin employers in Oshkosh, Janesville that have expressed concern with President Trump's proposed tariffs on steel aluminum.

12:30pm
La Crosse Tribune. Walker hits the road to speak against Trump tariffs.

Legislative

4:10pm
Rep. Nygren. Wisconsin GOP continues to lead on healthcare.
3:31pm
Rep. Considine. Announces spring listening sessions.
3:29pm
Blue Ribbon Commission on School Funding. Announces future public hearings.
1:43pm
Rep. Hebl. Wisconsin must ensure strong election safeguards.
10:03am
Reps. Hintz, Pope. Assembly Democrats call on Governor Walker to reinstate school safety policy he eliminated.
5:29am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Don't let Wisconsin Legislature quit for the year before acting on fair voting maps legislation.

4:38am
Kenosha News. City Council pushes state to close "dark stores" loophole.

State Agencies

3:30pm
DWD. Accepting proposals for up to $1.5 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward funds to prepare Wisconsin youth for nursing careers.
1:43pm
DNR Weekly news.
10:48am
DOT. Frozen road declaration ends/Spring thaw and Class II road restrictions take effect statewide on Wednesday, March 7.
9:37am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Wisconsin Historical Museum to offer summer camps in 2018.
5:25am
DOC. Jackson Correctional Institution hosts appreciation night for Can Do Canines fosters.

Economy/Business

5:19am
WEDC, UW-Extension, Center for Technology Commercialization. Wisconsin Phase II SBIR/STTR awardees eligible for up to $75K in SBIR Advance matching funds.

12:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn's view of Wisconsin: Trustworthy and politically influential.
12:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New bus routes would link Milwaukee and Racine workers to Foxconn plant.
10:57am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Rural broadband push to add 20 jobs, fast internet to 82,000 in Wisconsin, Michigan.
5:10am
Chippewa Herald. Warm welcome: Mills Fleet Farm distribution center to accelerate business, hiring through 2018.
5:07am
Stevens Point Journal. Foremost Farms to sell Rothschild plant, laying off 110 workers.
4:41am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn supply chain details a work in progress.
4:25am
WBAY. Tariffs could affect local craft brewers.

Statewide

12:54pm
Marshfield Clinic Health System. And Memorial Hospital sign letter of intent to acquire Neillsville hospital.
10:54am
WMJ. Study explores differences in methods of suicide, self-inflicted injuries between sexes.
9:40am
HealthWatch Wisconsin. Announces annual advocacy, outreach & media awards.
5:20am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Canadian dairy farmer to share perspective at Dairy Together events.

4:33am
Cap Times. Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin: Follow other Midwestern states and raise the gas tax, registration fees.
4:27am
WTMJ. Wisconsin is the 5th best state for women, according to study.
4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 1 in 9 Wisconsin women smoke while pregnant.

Courts

9:36am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Horizon Bank v. Marshalls Point Retreat.
8:33am
District III Court of Appeals. Certification: Daniel Marx v. Richard L. Morris.
8:33am
District I and III Court of Appeals.  Certification: State v. Curtis L. Walker.
8:30am
District III Court of Appeals. State v. Corey R. Fugere.
5:23am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Court interpreter training planned for Milwaukee.

4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New districts in 2018 unlikely as SCOTUS continues to weigh Wisconsin gerrymandering lawsuit.

Education

3:32pm
UW-Madison. Advance could enable novel high-performance materials.
10:50am
UW-Stout. Computer science-game design grad to work for Army's Cyber Command.
10:50am
WARF. High-tech manufacturers on revitalizing the Wisconsin Idea.
10:47am
UW-Madison. Green spaces in cities help control floods, store carbon.
10:47am
UW Platteville. Kappa Delta Pi chapter to host color run.
10:46am
UW-Platteville. Faculty artwork on display in Nohr Gallery.

5:11am
La Crosse Tribune. 'Complete crazy talk': La Crosse area school officials unimpressed by talk of arming teachers.
4:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette President Mike Lovell championing new ideas to address core Milwaukee problem: trauma.
4:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Stevens Point proposes sweeping cuts to academic majors. Stevens Point Journal.

Local

1:27pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. BLMA Black Panther viewing and talk back.
12:53pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. March Meter Madness assisting those who fell behind on energy bills.
9:39am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Residency law change leading to exodus of people, dollars.
5:28am
Menomonee Falls Trustee Tadda. Statement regarding Riverwalk on the Falls.

12:32pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Northern Wisconsin leaders frustrated with lack of broadband service and rates.
5:53am
WUWM. Public hearing Wednesday on proposal to divert Lake Michigan water for Foxconn plant.
4:26am
Stevens Point Journal. Sheriff: Portage County becomes 'dumping grounds' for sex offenders.

Congress

12:55pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Local elected officials call on Speaker Ryan to protect public lands.
12:17pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Cosponsors critical school safety legislation.
5:16am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Perdue. To honor 25th anniversary of the National Guard Youth Challenge Program.

5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Local leaders, DACA recipients urge solution to program that shields undocumented youth.
4:40am
New York Times. Once outspoken, Paul Ryan wields his speaker's gavel gingerly.
4:36am
Chicago Tribune. Ryan splits with Trump as GOP lawmakers move to block planned tariffs.
4:35am
Reuters. Paul Ryan urges Trump not to advance with tariffs: spokeswoman.
4:29am
Fox 6. 'We are all human:' Students walk out in Milwaukee, arrests made during DACA protests in Racine. Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Politics

12:36pm
Flynn for Governor. Walker's "welfare reform' approach is punishment, not lifting people out of poverty.
12:26pm
Roys for Governor. Releases groundbreaking video, "Our Girls."
11:06am
Renard for 1st Senate. Conservative business leader announces candidacy for 1st state Senate District.
11:01am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. GOP donors to electioneering groups outspent Dem donors.
5:32am
Jacque for 1st Senate. Announces endorsements from Manitowoc County officials.
5:30am
McCabe for Governor. Calls for ending 2 state subsidies benefiting select few to invest in community prosperity.
5:18am
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. With strong lead in latest Marquette University Law School Poll of GOP primary voters.

10:45am
One Wisconsin Now. Does Michael Screnock's vow to protect NRA agenda include supporting threats to journalists?
5:12am
The Hill. Koch-backed group puts $1.5M in ads hitting Wis. senator over VA scandal.
5:09am
Janesville Gazette. Rep. Deb Kolste running for re-election.
4:51am
WJFW. Baldwin approval steady, GOP challengers unknown.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In the dark about Wisconsin's statewide candidates? You're not alone, according to Marquette Poll.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. As Scott Walker campaigns for a third term, poll finds shifting political landscape.
4:48am
Cap Times. Scott Walker's job approval at 47% as Democratic challengers fight for name recognition.
4:47am
U.S. News & World Report. Poll shows skepticism over Foxconn cost, wide open primaries.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette Law School poll: Wisconsin voters think state overpaid on Foxconn deal.
4:45am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Voters skeptical of statewide Foxconn benefits. WQOW.
4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Voters skeptical of Foxconn deal in latest MU poll.
4:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Teacher enters race as Democrat for 91st Assembly District.
4:37am
WISN. Ryan challenger arrested at Racine DACA protest that shut down speaker's office.
4:30am
U.S. News & World Report. Ryan challenger launches new television ad.
4:25am
Chippewa Herald. Michael Screnock split on stepping away from high-profile issues he helped defend.

Local Politics

9:33am
Crawford for Dane County Judge. Judge Everett Mitchell endorses.

Monday March 5, 2018

Governor

5:04am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker uses 9/11 response as guide on preventing school shootings.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker reappoints UW regent Whitburn, names new regents.

Legislative

3:36pm
Rep. Vruwink. Column: Pick your legislators; don't let them pick you.
3:10pm
Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Statement regarding comments made by Senator Wanggaard calling tort reform (AB-773) "unethical."
11:09am
Sen. Taylor. Walker's road to nowhere.

4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW subsidizing private groups that are supposed to subsidize it, audit says.
4:44am
Sun Prairie Star. Board passes amended voucher resolution.
4:33am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Some optimism seen for gun reform in Wisconsin.

State Agencies

11:07am
WEDC. Onalaska receives $240,000 state grant to support new performing arts center near downtown.

4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Elections Commission works to keep voters registered post-purge.
4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Build new history museum to tell Wisconsin's story.
4:34am
Wisconsin Watch. Wisconsin doubles GPS monitoring despite five years of malfunctions, unnecessary jailings.

Economy/Business

3:01pm
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Gruber Law Offices, LLC joins as newest Gold Founding Member.

5:25am
WISC. Local companies could feel effects of Trump's tariffs.
4:59am
Kenosha News. Booming economy has restaurant owners scrambling for workers.
4:57am
Sheboygan Press. Ascension Wisconsin begins another round of layoffs.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. M7 initially floated $5.1 billion incentive for Foxconn.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The Foxconn pursuit: Close I-94?
4:50am
Reuters. Rust-belt Democrats praise Trump's threatened metals tariffs.
4:49am
The Hill. EU weighs tariffs on bourbon, blue jeans, Harley-Davidson.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Construction industry seeing impacts of opioid epidemic.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker, Wisconsin companies voice opposition to Trump's proposed tariff's on steel, aluminum.

Statewide

3:06pm
Resistance Radio. Expanding the Madison AM/FM soon.
3:02pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Wisconsin farmers represented at National Farmers Union Convention.
10:54am
HealthWatch Wisconsin. Conference spotlights legislators, candidates for governor.

5:02am
Appleton Post-Crescent. 'Lead-foot' Wisconsin drivers not deterred by speed limits.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin has eighth-lowest auto insurance costs in U.S., report says.

Courts

4:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest lawsuit against Obamacare may be more about politics than the health law, critics contend.

Education

3:06pm
Rep. Shankland. Statement on program cuts at UW-Stevens Point.
2:58pm
UW-Madison. New outposts from Lands End, Oshkosh Corp. reveal closer corporate relationships with UW-Madison.
2:54pm
UW-Stout. Elk Mound HS team wins Rube Goldberg contest on campus.
11:12am
UW-Stevens Point. Proposes adding, cutting programs to prepare for future.
11:05am
UW System. Join statewide UW College fairs to find the right campus for you.
11:00am
Marquette University. Finance students advance in CFA investment competition.
10:56am
MPS. Systems Thinking Institute brings unique learning oppotunitiy to Milwaukee community.

5:24am
Milwaukee Biz Times. UW College restructuring taking shape at UWM.

Local

2:53pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. State changes to residency law having a negative impact on Milwaukee.
2:51pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 14 arrests.
11:20am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County Regional Airport moves forward with massive new solar development.
11:19am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County looks to award communities $1.3 million in grants for clean water projects.

4:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Marathon County committee wants tougher restrictions on sulfide mines.

Congress

2:50pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Aims to block President Trump's plan to allow insurers to sell junk plans with legislation to guarantee protections for pre-existing.
10:57am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. To health insurers: Step up response to opioid epidemic.
5:20am
Wisconsin Bear Hunters' Association. Call for action on wolf delisting in Washington.

4:54am
WKOW. Rep. Pocan enlightened by Florida students push for gun reform.

Politics

3:35pm
Polce for 1st Congress. Former U.S. Congressman and radio host announces support.
3:15pm
Flynn for Governor. Marquette poll proves message is resonating with Wisconsin voters.
3:11pm
Wachs for Governor. Marquette poll shows voters disagree with Gov. Walker on Foxconn, public schools.
3:09pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett endorses.
3:08pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Wisconsin contributors gave $4.5 million to electioneering groups in 2017.
3:03pm
Moore for 14th Assembly. Declares for the 14th Assembly District.
2:59pm
Marquette University. New Law School poll finds Wisconsin voters divided on benefits of Foxconn deal, but together in support of background checks for gun sales.
11:11am
Gov. Walker. ICYMI: Wisconsin is working with Gov. Walker's bold reforms helping businesses expans.
11:08am
RPW. In the news: Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Dallet's recusal hypocrisy critical issue in first debate.
10:58am
Bryce for 1st Congress. Turns video into in-district TV ad.
5:21am
Screnock for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Marquette Law School debate proves again Screnock is clear choice for Supreme Court.
5:19am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wins first debate.
5:16am
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice Shirly Abrahamson endorses.
5:15am
Emerson for 91st Assembly. Announces her candidacy for 91st Assembly State Representative.

5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin 'deeply troubled' by comments of Trump judicial nominee Gordon Giampeitro.
5:00am
WKOW. Senators Baldwin, Booker focus on minority business leaders in Madison.
4:51am
WQOW. Eau Claire's Jodi Emerson announces run for WI Assembly.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Rebecca Dallet, Michael Screnock square off in first debate.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Unease growing in Wisconsin GOP base over environmental rollbacks.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin begins push to turn out Milwaukee voters in the fall.
4:38am
U.S. News & World Report. Supreme Court candidates clash over partisan influence.

Local Politics

11:06am
Lau for Waukesha County Circuit Court Branch 12 Waukesha Co. fundraising support exceeds opponent again.

Friday March 2, 2018

Governor

1:52pm
Gov. Walker. Announces United Alloy Inc. to expand operations in Janesville.
1:50pm
Gov. Walker. Releases statement on the Trump administrations' proposed steel and aluminum tariffs.
1:15pm
Gov. Walker. Announces appointments to the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.
10:54am
Gov. Walker. Latest report highlights 20 percent decrease in opioid prescriptions dispensed from 2015-2017.

5:06am
WISC. Governor Walker recognizes Xcel Energy for exceeding veteran hiring goals.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: Hacking on state network as attempted, but not successful.

Legislative

4:25pm
Sen. Petrowski; Reps. Spiros, Snyder. Multiple Wausau organization receive JEM grants.
4:21pm
Sen. Bewley. Column: Life is grand
1:12pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on Elections Commission selection of new administrator.
1:11pm
Sen. Nass. UW System failed in audit of foundation arrangements.
10:53am
Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman. Audit recommends increased oversight and monitoring of UW relationships.
10:52am
UW System. Legislative Audit Bureau confirms UW payments to foundations appropriate.
10:49am
Badger State Sheriff's Association, Wisconsin Counties Association, Wisconsin Sheriff's and Deputy Sheriff's Association. Requesting Senate action on Assembly Bill 676.
10:46am
LAB. Relationships between the University of Wisconsin and certain affiliated organizations. Briefing Sheet. Highlights.

1:36pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW-Oshkosh Business Success Center central in Legislative Audit Bureau audit report.
5:38am
Janesville Gazette. County officials say isolated wetlands bill could have adverse effects here.
5:28am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Advocates call for expanded access to legal aid in civil cases.
5:15am
WKOW. Taxi companies may soon face tighter regulations.
5:00am
Cap Times. Wisconsin juvenile corrections overhaul picks up support from sheriffs' groups.
4:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Foster care advocates commend Wisconsin Assembly, Senate for legislative action.
4:55am
Sauk Prairie Eagle. Sauk Prairie area resident voice concerns over public safety, Foxconn and state infrastructure.
4:54am
Deforest Timed-Tribune. Senator: Guns get little attention in state house.

State Agencies

4:23pm
DATCP. Applications accepted through April 13 for Dairy processor grants.
4:22pm
DATCP. Eight Milk Marketing Board director positions up for election.
1:43pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Meagan Wolfe selected as administrator.
1:37pm
DNR. Announces updated CWD response plan.
10:48am
DATCP. Industrial hemp license applications now open.

1:34pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Elections Commission names new leader after John Doe probe fight.
1:33pm
WBAY. Wisconsin taking applications for industrial hemp.

Economy/Business

1:30pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. From Rhinelander to River Falls, 50 entries advance in 2018 Wisconsin Governor's Business Plan Contest.

5:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin reluctant to give subsidies to Foxconn suppliers, top Scott Walker said privately.
5:09am
Beloit Daily News. Records show Foxconn toured Ohio, Michigan for plant.
5:05am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin wants YPs. But what counts as 'young' and what does 'professional' mean?
4:58am
Racine Journal Times. Carthage Foxconn panel draws questioning crowd.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal.In negotiations, Foxconn sought $200M cash upfront from state, records show.

Statewide

5:35am
Cap Times. At neighborhood meeting on F-35 jets, frustration over noise looms large.
5:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Planes headed for Wisconsin Air National Guard aren't just tech marvels, they're security for base.

Education

1:28pm
Racine PD. School threats.
1:26pm
Marquette University. Communication professor to keynote international conference.

1:16pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. UW 'integration': Making the best of an 'arranged marriage' between Eau Claire , Barron County campuses.
5:07am
Cap Times. UW faculty demand Ray Cross respect their role in campus governance.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A $530 tax increase? One-year, 18.4% spike inspires plea to flee school district.

Local

5:42am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces improvements to Morton County Forest.

1:32pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'Disturbing': Milwaukee mayor, Wisconsin AG respond to new sex trafficking report.
5:08am
Beloit Daily News. City, state seek to make home ownership easier.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee as a 'mecca for sex trafficking': New report sheds light on scope of problem.
5:03am
WQOW. EC County leaders pitch plan to collect on pensions.

Congress

5:11am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on administration's tariff announcement.

5:31am
The Hill. Ryan breaks with Trump on steel tariffs.
5:12am
Politico. Trump blasted at home and abroad for plan to impose steel, aluminum tariffs.

Politics

1:27pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Justice Ann Walsh Bradley endorses.
1:24pm
One Wisconsin Now. State Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock a 'walking conflict of interest.'
1:21pm
RPW. ICYMI: WI Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Dallet takes donations from attorneys with over 100 cases before her.
1:19pm
Gov. Walker. In the news: Wisconsin's comback getting stronger as Governor Walker's reforms continue to deliver results.
10:44am
Former Rep. Severson. Endorses Gae Magnafici.
5:13am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Rebukes Sen. Baldwin for obstruction on judicial nominee due to his faith.
5:12am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Influence peddler of the month.

5:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Supreme Court candidate stayed on case despite saying she would step away.
5:30am
Fox 6. Democrat Cathy Myers challenges Randy Bryce to 6 debates.
5:19am
Osceola Sun. Dresser Republican throws hat in ring for Assembly District 28 seat.
5:17am
U.S. News & World Report. Republican Jarchow who lost Senate race won't run again.
5:08am
The Hill. GOP candidate's brother donates to campaign of Dem he hopes to unseat.
5:02am
Juneau County Star-Times. Gronik makes his case for governor.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rep. Adam Jarchow not seeking re-election after loss in state Senate run.

Thursday March 1, 2018

Governor

4:42pm
Rep. Subeck. Statement on governor's comments on school safety.
12:09pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Statement on Governor Walker's announcement he plans to look into gun safety measures.
10:51am
Gov. Walker. Addresses Manufacturing Matters! 2018 conference highlighting Wisconsin's growing economy.

4:41am
Cap Times. Scott Walker a 'no' on arming teachers, could call special session for 'school safety' legislation.
4:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker rules out arming teachers, says he wants lawmakers to address school safety.
4:26am
Beloit Daily News. Walker touts strong economy, opportunities for workforce.

Legislative

4:18pm
Rep. Steffen. Issues warning for travelers to Mexico regarding tainted and illicit alcohol.
2:16pm
Rep. Kremer. Introduces Private School Carry Act.
1:17pm
Sen. Shilling, Rep. Hintz. Letter to Gov. Walker, Sen. Fitzgerald, Speaker Vos regarding Russian election tampering.
12:07pm
Rep. Young. Supports banning of assault weapons.
11:01am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: A wheelchair is not a trampoline: Questioning assumptions about support.
10:59am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Testifies on importance of government transparency.
10:54am
Blue Ribbon Commission on School Funding. Announces future public hearings.
10:49am
Rep. Sanfelippo. Victim Prevention Package bills pass Wisconsin Assembly.
10:40am
Rep. Neubauer. Wisconsin Assembly Democrats: Wisconsin Millennials.
10:33am
Rep. Taylor. Letter to Joint Finance Co-Chairs regarding Wisconsin Elections Commission staffing.

6:53am
DrydenWire. Jarchow says politicians are like diapers - declines to seek another term.
4:43am
CBS 58. "Serious problems" with state elections commission Wisconsin lawmaker says.
4:39am
La Crosse Tribune. Politicized Wisconsin DNR erasing rare wetlands, retirees say.
4:25am
WXOW. Hearing continues surrounding controversial wetland filling.
4:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State lawmakers decry economic, health, and educational disparities for black and Latino children in Wisconsin.

State Agencies

4:41pm
DNR. Outdoor Report. 
4:19pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Launches DD Action Month.
4:16pm
DWD. Individuals interested in construction careers encouraged to attend Wisconn Valley Resource Fair in Racine.
1:21pm
DWD. UP to $500,000 in Wisconsin Fast Forward grants to prepare youth for advanced manufacturing careers.
10:41am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter, March 2018

4:44am
U.S. News & World Report. Board members want CWD terminology change.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR board approves deal to trade park land with Kohler for use as high-end golf course.

Economy/Business

4:47am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin consumer groups ask utilities to refund tax savings now.
4:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lower corporate tax rate projected to save Wisconsin utility customers more than $275 million.
4:22am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Survey shows region's manufacturing growth at highest point in more than a decade.

Statewide

2:14pm
Wisconsin Women in Government. Announces 31st Annual Scholarship and Recognition Gala speaker.
10:47am
Arts Wisconsin. Arts Day calls for investment in the arts and creativity Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

10:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Pedestrian deaths rising in Wisconsin, U.S.
4:42am
Fox 6. Walmart, Dick's Sporting Goods raise minimum age to buy a gun to 21, drawing mixed reviews in WI.
4:24am
CBS 58. Walmart say it will no longer sell firearms and ammunition to people younger than 21.
4:23am
WKOW. The opioid epidemic: Forcing kids into foster care.

Courts

10:46am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Richard W. Voss.

4:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin bakers can still sell unlimited amounts of homemade items.

Education

1:19pm
NWTC. Named finalist for national advancing diversity award.
10:45am
UW-Stout. Research by physics professor may benefit other researchers.

4:28am
Racine Journal Times. Unified School Board members disagree on handbook changes.

Local

4:20pm
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Madison set to shine on healthtech's biggest stage.
10:55am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Wave of MPD retirements puts public safety at risk, new interim chief in difficult position.
10:43am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Summary of saturation patrols for speed enforcement.
10:42am
Milwaukee Common Council. If you see dangerous potholes please report them.

4:46am
Wausau Daily Herald. Marathon County to consider metallic mining policy in wake of new state law.
4:31am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Caledonia helping Mount Pleasant fund $72 million in Foxconn sewer upgrades.
4:30am
Kenosha News. Foxconn forum draws hundreds, raises concerns.

Congress

12:10pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to make community and technical school more affordable.

4:29am
Daily Reporter. Transport safety rules sidelined under Trump.
4:28am
The Hill. Trump offers support for 'comprehensive' approach on guns.
4:27am
Bloomberg. Trump likely to impose stiff steel, aluminum tariffs.

Politics

4:22pm
Roys for Governor. Calls on Walker to pass common sense gun reform during proposed special session on gun violence.
12:16pm
Dallet for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Earns new endorsements from across Wisconsin.
12:15pm
Former Rep. Murtha. Endorses Gae Magnafici for Assembly.
12:12pm
Jarchow for Assembly. Endorses Gae Magnafici for 28th Assembly.
12:11pm
Flynn for Governor. Election year Walker supports a tuition freeze. 2019 Walker won't.
10:39am
Magnafici for 28th Assembly. Announces her run for the State Assembly from the 28th District.
10:37am
Bryce for 1st Congress. National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare endorses.

10:31am
Juneau County Star-Trimes. Wachs bring political experience to governor's race.
4:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Giffords focuses on high-profile Republicans in midterms.
4:24am
WAOW. Marshfield doctor announces run for 7th Congressional District.

 

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