Friday May 30, 2014 - Updated 4:14pm

Governor

3:50pm
Gov. Walker. Congratulates HOPE Christian High School seniors.
1:46pm
Gov. Walker. Announces winner of the 31st annual Virginia Hart Special Recognition Award.
1:06pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Therma-Tron-X groundbreaking.
12:39pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at the Chippewa Valley Economic Development Corporation annual meeting.

2:53pm
Chippewa Herald. Walker: Chippewa Valley key to state's turnaround.

Legislative

3:26pm
Rep. Taylor. Statement on abortion restrictions trial.
2:48pm
Speaker Vos. Sends letter to Milwaukee County DA. Letter.
1:50pm
Sen. Hansen. Are the governor's presidential ambitions preventing increase in minimum wage?
1:09pm
Rep. Krug. Honored for legislative work.
11:36am
Rep. Ballweg. 10th annual Joan Ballweg Scholarship winners.
8:38am
Sen. Larson. Report shows WEDC still failing Wisconsin.

4:46am
La Crosse Tribune. Billings: More work for lawmakers to address heroin problems.

State Agencies

3:25pm
DNR. Rest Lake dam draft order seeks to restore more natural water flows, boost recreation.
3:23pm
DATCP. Waushara County hunting preserve ordered to pay civil forfeiture in CWD case.
3:22pm
DATCP. Comments sought on proposed changes to the Reportable Food Registry affecting consumers, food manufacturers and retailers.
1:48pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, June 1-7.
1:36pm
DOA. GEF1 building update - May 30, 2014.
12:36pm
AFSCME Council 24. Walker again proposes government takeover of health care.
11:35am
AG Van Hollen. Issues formal opinion to Department of Transportation concerning effect of operating-under-the-influence convictions on license revocation. Request. Opinion.
10:57am
DOT. Potential for deer crashes will be high in June.
8:37am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Week of June 2-6.
5:13am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Biography details work of state's "first scientist," Increase Lapham.

3:43pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. DNR plan for century-old dam stirs concerns in heart of fishing country.
1:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. AG opinion: All drunken-driving convictions count when DMV revokes license.
5:01am
Green Bay Press Gazette. State superintendent's agenda here: School achievement gaps.
4:58am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. DNR seeks 80-acre expansion of Buena Vista prairie-chicken habitat.
4:58am
Beloit Daily News. Avon Bottoms plan advanced by DNR.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR, Enbridge surprised by high level of public interest in oil tank project.

Economy/Business

10:58am
Xcel Energy. Files limited 2015 electric rate request.

4:59am
Stevens Point Journal. WPSC seeks $50M expansion of Marathon County ash landfill.

Statewide

12:09pm
DBMMC. Announces 2014 scholarship winners.
10:58am
One Wisconsin Now. Who is the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation working for?
5:10am
Wisconsin Procurement Institute. Wisconsin in Washington conference, June 10-12

5:56am
New York Times. A price tag on carbon as a climate rescue plan.
5:16am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Transit decisions should be made by elected officials.
4:57am
Capital Times. One Wisconsin Now says WEDC money going to Scott Walker donors like Edgewater.
4:49am
USA Today. Staggering toll: Car crashes cost $871 billion a year.

Courts

12:29pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge says he's uncomfortable with abortion law.
11:42am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Conservative group sues state elections board. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Abele to release thousands of pages of emails from Doe probe.
4:53am
Chippewa Herald. Legal wrangling heats up as Club for Growth opposes prosecutor's move.
4:48am
Sheboygan Press. Judge: Abortion doctor must research privileges.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Medical experts debate Wisconsin abortion law in federal trial.

Education

3:55pm
MPS. Board approves budget that increases commitment to classrooms: 50 more art, music and physical education teachers; increased parent engagement and teacher support.
1:11pm
UW-Madison. Novak named director of university housing.
11:00am
UW-Stout. Athletics receives NCAA grant for ethnic women's internship.
9:03am
UW-Madison. Experts to discuss mining in the Penokee Range at June 5 forum in Minocqua.

5:19am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Medical College of Wisconsin to lead research on national study of sports-releated brain injuries.

Local

4:14pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
8:48am
Public Policy Forum. Announces 22nd annual "Salute to Local Government" award winners.

5:35am
WBAY. Meth becoming more common in northeast Wisconsin.
5:06am
WJFW. Air quality-conscious Potawatomi push for more air protections; industry could put up resistance.
5:02am
Appleton Post Crescent. Difficulties lie ahead in health insurance needs.
5:01am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Heroin task force wants to explore creating needle exchange in Winnebago County.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Responding to Vos, DA Chisholm denies he's soft on crime.

Congress

3:32pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on General Shinseki resignation.
2:54pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on resignation of VA Secretary Shinseki.
2:51pm
One Wisconsin Now. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson needs to go back to school on student loan debt.
1:43pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki.
1:07pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on resignation of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki.
5:08am
U.S. Reps. Sensenbrenner, Lofgren. Applaud committee passage of their bipartisan provision for public access to scientific research.

4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Johnson blasts federal government during town hall meeting.

Federal Agencies

11:38am
USA Today. Embattled VA chief Shinseki resigns.

Politics

3:28pm
RPW. Dem Mary Burke to headline Chicago fundraiser.
11:37am
RPW. Mary Burke headlines out-of-state, special interest event.
6:04am
Vinehout for State Senate. Statement announcing bid for re-election.

11:51am
La Crosse Tribune. Burke touts business approach to helping farmers.
9:49am
WMTV. Democrat drops out of race for Wisconsin treasurer.
5:35am
WXOW. Burke campaign stop focuses on rural economic growth.

Thursday May 29, 2014

Governor

3:08pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy.

7:49am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Walker discusses diary, taxes & energy policy with ag media.

Legislative

1:35pm
Rep. Kolste. Appointed to technical college study committee.
10:36am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: May 28, 2014.

State Agencies

4:48pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:47pm
DOA. GEF1 building update - May 29, 2014.
4:15pm
DATCP. Wisconsin Ag exports keep growing.
3:57pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of June 2.
2:55pm
DHS. Local clinics awarded grants to provide more access to dental services for low-income residents.
2:31pm
DPI. Wisconsin among national leaders in ECS school accountability report.
1:36pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Nearly $1 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grants approved; funds will support training for approximately 600 workers.
1:32pm
DFI. Loan quality improving, lending up at state-chartered banks.
12:31pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR Board gives agency more flexibility with fish bag limits.
11:54am
DOT. Roadcheck campaign strives to prevent large-truck crashes.
11:00am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet at Black Hawk Unit.
10:57am
DPI Supt. Evers. Congratulations to the 2014 class of high school graduates.

5:30am
WBAY. 2014 to be mostly buck only hunting.
5:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Despite Internet alert, Wisconsin State Patrol still nabs speeders.

Economy/Business

12:27pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Talgo trains roll out of Milwaukee, ending the company's Wisconsin operations.
5:30am
WQOW. Mayo Clinic Health Systems cuts nearly 200 jobs across the state.
5:07am
Beloit Daily News. NorthStar facility construction expected.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee region among 12 picked for federal program on manufacturing.

Statewide

5:42am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Lauds grants to help create new physician training programs in rural, underserved areas.

3:31pm
Washington Post. Wisconsin's bar-to-grocery store ratio puts the rest of the country to shame.
4:57am
Appleton Post Crescent. Hunger issues with seniors decreasing in Wisconsin.

Courts

3:26pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Walker reportedly in settlement talks to end criminal investigation of alleged campaign wrongdoing.

2:19pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge, expert spar during Wisconsin abortion trial.
12:30pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Conservative group opposes bid for clarity in probe.
10:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker campaign seeks to deflect talk of John Doe settlement.
9:27am
WISC. Walker group denies talk of lawsuit settlement.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Battle of experts looms in Wisconsin abortion case.

Education

2:08pm
UW System. Regents honor outstanding UW System teachers.
1:31pm
UW-Stout. Frankenstein revisited.

12:33pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Give year-round school a shot.
10:08am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: UW-W athletics worth celebrating.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Catholic parents group calls for archbishop to drop Common Core.
4:59am
Fond du Lac Reporter. MPTC teachers say yes to union, lose portion of pay increase.

Local

5:45am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Redistricting reform, voting rights and "dark" money at Racine Forum on June 5th.

5:03am
Wausau Daily Herald. City to pay $19K more for bird-project errors.
5:01am
Sheboygan Press. Editorial: Police don't need to stoop to excessive secrecy.

Congress

12:43pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Introduces bill to address VA's systemic problems, provide veterans the care they deserve.
10:59am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls on President Obama to establish Career and Technical Scholars Program.

4:02pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Sean Duffy calls for VA Secretary's resignation.
5:05am
Wisconsin State Journal. Sen. Ron Johnson's town hall meeting focuses on costs for future generations.
5:00am
Oshkosh Northwestern. U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Congress needs to re-evaluate defense spending in light of Oshkosh Corp. layoffs.
4:58am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Baldwin hears students' concerns over college debts.

Federal Agencies

6:05am
Reuters. U.S. Navy secretary defends new warship program.

Politics

3:56pm
DPW. Scott Walker's opposition to raising minimum wage hurts Wisconsin workers and families.
12:34pm
DPW. $900,000 in Koch Brothers "charity" for Scott Walker.
9:25am
Schimel for Attorney General. To debate all three Democrat AG candidates.
6:11am
Kremer for State Assembly. Releases "Blueprint for Education Reform in Wisconsin."

12:05pm
Fox 11. All 4 attorney general candidates to debate.
10:42am
La Crosse Tribune. Vinehout announces re-election bid.

Wednesday May 28, 2014

Governor

4:53pm
Gov. Walker. Proclaims UW-Whitewater Warhawks Day. Proclamation.
4:52pm
Gov. Walker. Statement on "Milwaukee 7" selected for investing in Manufacturing Communities partnership.
12:22pm
Gov. Walker. Tours EMTEQ in New Berlin.

Legislative

2:57pm
Sen. Leibham. Column: Honoring those who served.

5:15am
CBS 58. Place your bets? Lawmaker thinks Kenosha casino will be approved.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin school choice debate turns on the numbers.

State Agencies

4:51pm
DOA. GEF1 building update - May 28, 2014.
3:35pm
DOJ. Oconto Falls Police Department and DCI arrest several suspects in joint meth investigation.
3:26pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:23pm
DOJ. Announces Scott D. Garetson bound over for trial under state's sexually violent person statute.
2:51pm
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health, Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition. Advocates grateful for opportunity to weigh in on Well Woman Program.
1:31pm
DPI. Student poverty rate continues to climb. Map. Animation of changes.
1:28pm
DNR. New trolling rule approved by Natural Resources Board.
12:23pm
DHS. Grants awarded for medical residents in rural and underserved areas of Wisconsin.
11:07am
DOJ. Dane County man convicted in heroin case.
11:06am
AG Van Hollen. Announces judgment requiring Milwaukee County health care provider Aurora Health Care, Inc. to pay $340,000 in forfeitures, fees, and costs.
5:25am
DOA. GEF1 building update - May 27, 2014.
5:22am
WEDC. $250,000 state grant will help re-open vacant grocery store in Florence County.
5:21am
WEDC. Plans for off-road vehicle park in Forest County move forward.

5:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee alderman asks state to review sex offender placement rules.
5:14am
Wisconsin Radio Network. GAB asked to examine use of bitcoin in campaigns.
5:12am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Crowdfunding law takes effect Sunday. 

Statewide

12:17pm
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Bellin Health. Bellin Health joins Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Blue Priority Network. 
9:59am
One Wisconsin Now. Memo to Charlie: Gov. Walker's student loan debt fail.
9:27am
Health Watch Wisconsin. Medicaid expansion: An editorial critique.

6:13am
Fond du Lac Reporter. 'Pneumonia front' settles over Wisconsin's Lake Michigan shoreline.
6:09am
The Hill. Hospitals face O-Care uninsured funding gap.
5:53am
Reuters. Michigan, in bipartisan move, raises minimum wage.

Courts

8:32am
District II Court of Appeals. The Journal Times v. City of Racine Board of Police and Fire Commissioners.
8:30am
District I Court of Apppeals. Milwaukee City Housing Authority v. Felton Cobb.

3:36pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. AP source: Walker seeks end to campaign probe.
1:46pm
Chippewa Herald. Report: Scott Walker campaign in settlement talks with John Doe prosecutor.
12:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Admitting privileges hold abortion doctors accountable, physician says.
11:15am
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Wisconsin woman who had abortion testifies at trial.
10:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker may be cutting deal in secret John Doe probe.
5:55am
Bloomberg. Abortion clinic limits tested in Wisconsin, Alabama.

Education

4:49pm
UW-Stout. Game design and development program ranked nationally.
12:21pm
UW-Madison. Thirteen students receive Fulbright U.S. Student Pogram awards.
11:14am
Marquette University. Law professor Matthew Mitten named president-elect of Sports Lawyers Association.
5:20am
UW System President Cross. Statement regarding UW-Whitewater's winning of the NCAA Division III national college baseball championship on Tuesday.

1:44pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison School District proposes changing rules for filling open positions.
5:07am
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW offers funding plan for high school students.

Local

12:34pm
Catholic Parents Against Common Core. Catholic parents deliver 1,000 petition signatures to Archbishop: Remove Common Core. Letter to Archbishop Listecki.

1:42pm
Isthmus. Dane County clerk's office prepares for potential reversal of Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban.
5:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Door County will soon have charging stations for electric cars.
5:09am
Marshfield News Herald. City Council approves raising property tax rate.

Congress

1:56pm
Voces de la Frontera. As President Obama announces delay of immigration relief, impact hits Milwaukee.
5:18am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Announces staff mobile office hours.

Federal Agencies

11:11am
EPA. Selects 171 communities for new brownfield investment grants to boost local economies, leverage job creation. Fact Sheets.

Politics

3:25pm
DPW. Scott Walker's anti-women policies could cost him re-election.
11:09am
Folk for Secretary of State. Thanks supporters from across the state.
10:40am
Grothman for Congress. Submits nomination signatures.
10:03am
Richards for Attorney General. Senate Democratic Leader Chris Larson endorses Jon Richards for Attorney General.
9:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Right wing special interests drop big bucks on TV to prop up Gov. Walker, again.
6:14am
Kurtz for Congress. Ron Kind: Says much, does little.
5:24am
Kurtz for Congress. Actions speak louder than words: Kind turns veteran away from press conference...on veterans' issues.

2:53pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker calls Mary Burke claim on Milwaukee violence 'hogwash.'
1:51pm
Racine Journal Times. Racine County GOP Chairman drops out of race for state office.
5:30am
WISN. Candidate for governor isn't ruling out toll roads in Wisconsin.
5:09am
Janesville Gazette. Ringhand announces state Senate endorsements.

Tuesday May 27, 2014

Governor

3:01am
Gov. Walker. Statement on Memorial Day. Proclamation.
2:57am
Gov. Walker. Response to U.S. Sen. Baldwin's letter regarding Medicaid.

2:47pm
Capital Times. Scott Walker replies to Tammy Baldwin, continuing debate over BadgerCare enrollment.
4:53am
Chippewa Herald. On taxes, Scott Walker and Mary Burke differ in style and substance.
3:18am
WQOW. Gov. Walker unsure about the effect of legalizing gay marriage.

Legislative

2:45pm
Sen. Harsdorf. Statement on new UW-Stout Chancellor.
2:40pm
Rep. Knudson. Statement on announcement of new chancellor at UW-Stout.

5:17am
Reedsburg Times-Press. Brooks expects bipartisan support for task force recommendations.
4:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Bad lobby law, badly written.
3:18am
La Crosse Tribune. Job training law to help businesses compete globally, Doyle says.

State Agencies

11:55am
DOJ. Announces Mohammad Siddiqui sentenced for tobacco tax violations.
11:30am
DFI. Wisconsin crowdfunding exemption take effect June 1.
11:20am
DATCP. Email scam uses Wisconsin Department of Revenue's name.

4:35pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin looking again as self-insuring state workers.
2:39pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Public input sought on proposed transmission line through southern Wisconsin.
2:38pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Fake Wisconsin tax liability used in scam email, state warns.
5:06am
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Makeshift shooting range pits neighbors against state.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Some injured workers left waiting for compensation checks after GEF-1 fire.
4:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State gives pay increases of 15% to some corrections officials.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State tax collections trail estimates, 2013 amount.

Economy/Business

5:07am
Wall Street Journal. New costs from health law snarl union contract talks.
3:12am
Capital Times. Targeted benefits for businesses: Job creation or corporate welfare? Report.
3:08am
WAOW. Marshfield Clinic announces more job cuts.

Statewide

4:45pm
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light, Iowa Interfaith Power & Light, Ohio Interfaith Power & Light, Wisconsin Interfaith Power & Light, Faith in Place. Religious and faith-based leaders unite for cleaner air.
11:22am
UW-Credit Union. Named on EPA's 2014 list of 100% green power users.
10:44am
Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation. Awards more than $53,000 to 22 dental health programs.
10:43am
Wisconsin Family Council. Statewide pro-family group releases new publication.
9:06am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce Rockwell Automation joins LGBT Chamber as gold founding member.
9:04am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Energy efficiency and green building concepts highlighted.
3:02am
DPW. Statement on Memorial Day 2014.

5:05am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. States face new cost concerns as health law boosts Medicaid sign-ups beyond expectations.
5:03am
New York Times. Advocates seek to make courthouses off limits for immigration officials.
3:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Enbridge oil pipeline expansion in state worries environmentalists.
3:16am
Sawyer County Record. Consumers buying more goods directly from farmers in Wisconsin.
3:14am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. In Wisconsin, watching cisco for clues to fisheries' health.
3:13am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Farmers can take steps to reduce phosphorus runoff, research shows.
3:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. $15.9 million grant awarded for Wisconsin doctors' patient software.

Courts

2:56am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Planned Parenthood and ACLU in federal court Tuesday to protect safe and legal abortion in Wisconsin.

4:33pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wis. Supreme Court won't take gay marriage case.
2:30pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin abortion clinics: Admitting law unneeded. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin same-sex marriage ban likely to be overturned, political scientist says.
4:50am
Beloit Daily News. District may be assessed costs--Truckenbrods could get legal fees and other payments.
4:46am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin abortion trial set to begin.

Education

1:36pm
UW-Madison. Announces Baldwin endowment grant winners.
12:22pm
UW-Stout. Robert M. Meyer named new chancellor.
12:21pm
Marquette University. Law School to host conference on Gen. Dougles MacArthur's legacy in post-World War II constitution-building efforts.
11:54am
UW System. Robert M. Meyer named new UW-Stout chancellor.
9:08am
UW-Madison. Buried fossil soils found to be awash in carbon.

1:16pm
Marshfield News-Herald. Budget cuts, staff reductions come to UW-Marshfield/Wood County. DPW.

Local

4:29pm
Milwaukee Council President Murphy. A less than adequate response on oversaturation of sex offenders in Milwaukee.
2:44pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Rainey. Calls on gubernatorial candidates to address racial disparities and violence in Milwaukee County. Letter.
1:15pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Calls on DA and Chief Judge to suspend soft criminal practices pending a thorough independent review.
11:58am
Kids Express Learning Center. Wisconsin Holstein Association and Kids Express Learning Center team up for 2nd annual dairy education program.
11:56am
Dane County Treasurer Gallagher. Second installment of property taxes due.
10:42am
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Waukesha County Executive Awards seeking nominations.
2:59am
C4C. Presents screening of controversial documentary, "Citizen Koch" on June 12th in Racine.

3:11am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Area cities seek state aid to cope with costs of brutal winter.

Congress

1:26pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Calls for Blue Ribbon Commission to investigate care delivery at Department of Veterans Affairs.
10:40am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on Memorial Day.
3:03am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Commemorates Memorial Day.

2:32pm
La Crosse Tribune. Kind calls for bipartisan panel to probe VA scandal.
12:07pm
Reuters. Obama to announce plans to leave 9.800 U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
5:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Federal legislation opens pathway to end Great Lakes dredging problems.
4:43am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. President Obama promises U.S. forces in Afghanistan war will come to close at end of year.

Politics

11:24am
Americans For Prosperity Foundation. Launches new TV spot in WI, grassroots campaign.
3:05am
Burke for Governor. Statement on Memorial Day.

2:32pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. State Dems' platform includes gay marriage, legalized pot.
1:22pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke wades into issue of Milwaukee gun violence.
11:59am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Democratic convention to vote on health care; pot use.
11:59am
Fox 11. Conservative group launches ad in Wisconsin.

Saturday May 24, 2014

Governor

7:52am
Gov. Walker. Response to U.S. Sen. Baldwin's letter regarding Medicaid.

Friday May 23, 2014

Governor

3:19pm
Gov. Walker. Signs bill to expand Workforce Advancement Training (WAT) grants.
12:12pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Kenall Manufacturing groundbreaking.
5:41am
Gov. Walker. Attends Hi-Crush Friends and Employee Appreciation Day.

5:30am
WKBT. Gov. Walker weighs in on sand mine controversy.

Legislative

4:21pm
Rep. Goyke. Commemorates Memorial Day 2014.

State Agencies

3:24pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, May 25-31.
3:18pm
DSPS. Meetings week of May 26.
1:02pm
DWD. Meeting and hearings, week of May 26-30.
12:14pm
DOR. Collections, April FY2014.
11:08am
DATCP. Travel happy! A DATCP sticker means you are getting what you paid for at the pump.

5:02am
Chippewa Herald. Some state workers told to take vacation, unpaid time after fire.

Economy/Business

10:12am
Integrys Group. Restructures, promotes leaders in corporate and regulated segments.

10:06am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: 'Reshoring' trend generates good news for U.S. workers.
4:58am
Racine Journal Times. Jobless rates decline year over year; Racine still highest. Wisconsin State Journal.

Statewide

3:25pm
MWFPA. Award $6,000 in scholarships.
10:03am
Quarles & Brady. Forty-eight attorneys recognized in Chambers USA 2014.
5:46am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. In-migration of skilled workers needed to spur state economy.

5:31am
WEAU. Ground beef recall expands; some distributed in Wisconsin.
5:10am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study finds racial disparities in juvenile justice system.
5:05am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Wisconsin has serious stake in addressing climate change.

Courts

10:14am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Tracy R. Eichhorn-Hicks.
10:13am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Andrew J. Matasek.
9:55am
U.S. District Court Western District: Virginia Wolf and Carol Schumacher v. Scott Walker. Notice of Motion and Contingent Motion to Stay. Defendants' Memo in Support of their Contingent Motion to Stay.

11:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Van Hollen braces for judge to toss gay marriage ban.
5:29am
WQOW. Judge signs off on deal ending donation cap for Wisconsin political candidates.
5:06am
La Crosse Tribune. Corps sued over river management.
5:00am
Beloit Daily News. Jury in eminent domain trial nearly doubles the bill.

Education

1:13pm
Alliance Defending Freedom. Commends Wis. school for apology after showing children same-sex marriage propaganda video.
11:01am
UW-Eau Claire. Daniel Schumacher named director of athletics.
9:59am
Public Policy Forum. Proposed MPS budget uses benefit savings to avoid cuts in school operations. Brief.
9:41am
UW-Madison. Freshwater methane bubbles may be contributing to climate change.

5:11am
Duluth News Tribune. UWS cuts programs to fix shortfall.

Local

4:20pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.
3:23pm
Brown County Exec. Streckenbach. Lean principles shared by Brown County.
11:07am
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Demands full disclosure of John Doe records.
10:02am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Eau Claire County approves referendum to accept funds for BadgerCare.
5:47am
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Named "Elected Official of the Year" by Wisconsin Park and Recreation Association.
5:45am
Brown County Exec. Streckenbach. Maria Lasecki appointed to National Strategic Planning Team.
5:29am
Brown County Exec. Streckenbach. Urges caution in construction zones this Memorial Day.

2:05pm
Racine Journal Times. More details released on Kenosha casino proposal.
5:35am
WISN. Dollars flowing to fix 82 water main breaks.

Congress

11:13am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Senate Armed Services Committee authorization of three Littoral Combat Ships.
10:00am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. To hold forestry roundtable.

7:59am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Baldwin & Johnson split votes on water infrastructure bill.
5:32am
WBAY. House passes defense bill funding 2 LCS.
4:56am
Daily Reporter. Great Lakes get more money in Senate water bill.

Federal Agencies

6:03am
Reuters. Amid backlash, IRS delays new U.S. rules for social welfare groups.

Politics

3:46pm
Burke for Governor. Statement: Mary Burke was right.
3:27pm
Leibham for Congress. Veterans deserve better from our government.
1:01pm
Richards for Attorney General. Blasts Van Hollen's continued attempts to stall marriage equality.
10:24am
American Majority. Allen West headlining Wisconsin New Leaders Summit.
10:11am
Grothman for Congress. Statement on Memorial Day.
9:51am
Burke for Governor. Class of 2014 most indebted ever.

10:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Grothman pauses campaign for Memorial Day.
5:03am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Tittl, Leibham turn in signatures.
5:02am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Five questions with Amy Sue Vruwink.
4:59am
Appleton Post Crescent. Walker says support from independents is key to winning second term.

Thursday May 22, 2014

Governor

1:11pm
Gov. Walker. Annnounces approval of Health Forest Restoration Act designation.
1:10pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Dr. Alan Schwartzstein to the Public Health Council.
1:09pm
Gov. Walker. Announces Brookdale corporate expansion.
10:19am
Gov. Walker. Announces $65 million InSinkErator expansion.
9:24am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls on Governor Walker to report on his transition of 62,776 Wisconsinites off BadgerCare and into Affordable Care Act Marketplace. Letter.

3:43pm
Capital Times. Baldwin calls on Walker to put a number on BadgerCare recipients now uninsured.
10:34am
Milwaukee Business Journal. InSinkErator plans $65M expansion into Kenosha.

Legislative

2:57pm
Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren. Budget chairs statement on ending fiscal year in the black.
2:55pm
Sen. Farrow. Recognized by the WSTA.
11:53am
LFB. 2013-15 and 2015-17 general fund budget.

12:07pm
Chippewa Herald. State structural deficit stands at $642 million.

State Agencies

4:22pm
DNR. Outdoor report for May 22, 2014.
3:12pm
GAB. Will not enforce aggregate campaign donation limit.
2:54pm
DWD. Over 1,000 job seekers meet 90 employers with over 1,800 jobs available at Milwaukee Career Expo at State Fair Park.
11:41am
DNR. Walleye bag limits to increase on 447 northern lakes.
11:39am
DOT. Governor Walker approves construction of new WIS 64 interchanges at US 141 in Marinette County.

2:34pm
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin raises walleye bag limits on 450 lakes.

Economy/Business

7:43am
Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.

1:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assisted living company expanding, adding 200 jobs.
4:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Jobless rate keeps tumbling locally, statewide, nationally.

Statewide

3:41pm
Southwest Badger Resource Conservation & Development Council. June is Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Month.
1:13pm
Xcel Energy. Urges caution when recreating on rivers.
11:35am
Wisconsin Insurance Alliance. Motorcycle safety awareness takes center stage as summer nears.
9:22am
Wisconsin Green Building Alliance. Gearing up for June 30x30 Nature Challenge.

2:35pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin-led heart disease project gets $16 million federal grant.
5:06am
WXOW. Climate Prediction Center forecasts cool summer.
5:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Poll: 55 percent support same-sex marriage in Wisconsin.
4:57am
Wisconsin State Journal. Focus on Energy claims record-breaking savings.

Courts

11:46am
U.S. District Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit. Laborers Local 236 v. Scott Walker - order.
9:05am
District IV Court of Appeals. State v. Megan A. Padley.

2:22pm
Duluth News Tribune. Judge says tribal treaties don't apply to routing of new pipeline in northern Minnesota.
1:56pm
WSAW. Full 7th Circuit won't hear union appeal.
12:03pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Wisconsin media seek secret Walker campaign documents.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Chris Abele: Release the John Doe documents.

Education

2:17pm
Census Bureau. Public education finances: 2012.
1:05pm
UW-Stout. Alumnus, WWII veteran awarded France's highest honor.
12:57pm
Marquette University. 2014 graduate wins prestigious Fulbright Award.
11:40am
UW-Madison. Climate Quest will use design thinking to develop climate change solutions.
10:54am
UW System. Announces plan to fund program allowing high school students to take college courses.

2:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW president offers tuition plan for high schoolers taking courses.
4:52am
Daily Reporter. EPA water task force to work with UW-Madison.

Local

4:45pm
Council President Murphy and Alderman Stamper. Issue statements on girl's shooting.
3:46pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Jursik. County Board approves agreement won in court action brought by MICAH and BHCW to fund new transit route.
12:58pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces expanded partnership with farm families to prevent winter manure spreading, reduce phosphorus in lakes.
9:28am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Acquires Accelerate Madison.
6:38am
Wisconsin Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals. Sound alarm on staffing crisis at Milwaukee County's behavior health, demand immediate action from the County Executive.

9:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mayor Tom Barrett takes fire on police staffing levels.
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Attorney accuses county DAs of ignoring federal court ruling on detaining immigrants.
5:01am
La Crosse Tribune. Growing in the Coulee: Area rural counties buck trend, add population.
4:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Justified Anger Coalition will address disparities, offer solutions, organizers say.
4:53am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Forget money. Let 'em earn it.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee population up slightly in 2013, Census Bureau says.

Congress

3:26pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on WRRDA vote.
2:58pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Supports investments in Wisconsin's water infrastructure.
2:46pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Testifies before International Trade Commission, stands up for #MadeinWI manufacturing economy.
2:18pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on the USA FREEDOM Act. 
1:34pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Floor statement on H.R. 3361, the USA FREEDOM ACT.
1:00pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. House votes for continued investment in LCS.

1:02pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Defying Pentagon, House backs $601 billion defense bill that spares favored weapons.
11:59am
Reuters. Bill ending NSA bulk data collection clears U.S. House.
11:58am
USA Today. Senator: Race is part of criticism of Obama health law.
10:50am
Reuters. Lawmakers urge U.S. to shun Brunei in trade talks over sharia law.
5:54am
LA Times. White House's late changes to NSA spying bill shake support.

Federal Agencies

6:08am
Washington Post. EPA is readying climate rule for existing power plants as deadline approaches.
5:48am
Sun Prairie Star. USDA delays whole grains rule for school pastas.

Politics

11:38am
DPW. Stalled: Scott Walker's job growth "not nearly enough" to meet central campaign promise.
11:00am
Kurtz for Congress. Wisconsin state lawmakers endorse Kurtz.

11:36am
WMTV. No last-minute political retirements expected.
5:18am
We Are Green Bay. Big shoes to fill: Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District race.

Wednesday May 21, 2014

Governor

10:46am
Gov. Walker. Issues proclamation for "Lydia's Law." Proclamation.

11:08am
WSAW. Gov. Walker renaming Wisconsin Act 267 "Lydia's Law" in honor of girl, 7.
5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Key Medicaid number still to come.

Legislative

12:36pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: Wisconsin's responsible approach to healthcare.
10:46am
Speaker Vos. Statement on CBD law becoming Lydia's Law.
9:45am
Sen. Vukmir. Raise or remove the caps on the statewide school voucher program.

5:42am
WJFW. Aging population costs to spike state budget, calls for skilled jobs.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW System president says he'll seek major increase in financial aid.

State Agencies

3:20pm
AG Van Hollen. Announces winner of Wisconsin's 2014 Amber Alert poster contest.
3:01pm
Emergency Management. Memorial Day weekend.
2:09pm
DOT. Holiday traffic slowdowns expected on U.S. 41 and I-43 in Brown County.
1:18pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.
10:42am
DOJ. Obtains judgment against Wisconsin Electric Power Company.
10:16am
DOT. DMV more than halfway through replacing Sesquicentennial license plates.
5:47am
DNR. Weekly news.

1:12pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Panel to allow lobbyists to provide donations at any time.
12:43pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Elections agency decides lobbyist contribution rule.
4:56am
Wisconsin State Journal. Fire will close GEF-1 office building for weeks.
4:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prosecutors consider 28 possible cases of felons voting.

Economy/Business

3:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. GTAC will continue drilling in Penokees over summer.

3:32pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Potawatomi plans job fairs for 250 hotel jobs.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fed puts 10 Midwestern cities under microscope.
5:02am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Thrivent plans 50 hires to beef up IT departments in Appleton, Twin Cities.

Statewide

4:34pm
Media Trackers. Wanggaard relied on East Coast Democrat for policy ideas.
2:08pm
UW-Stevens Point. Professor receives Ideadvance entrepreneurial grant.
1:01pm
Wisconsin Family Ties. Notable lack of demand for vouchers seen among Wisconsin public school families statewide.
11:48am
WISPIRG. New survey: Wisconsin brain drain partly because youth seek alternatives to driving?
11:44am
M-WERC. Awards nearly $450,000 in grants.
11:02am
One Wisconsin Now. Is Gov. Walker's book deal legal?
5:51am
UW-Extension. And partners award Ideadvance entrepreneurial grants.

4:44pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin survey suggests college grads want ability to get around without a car.
3:33pm
Reuters. EBay asks 145 million users to change passwords after cyber attack.
5:22am
La Crosse Tribune. Minnesota imposes safety fee on railroads.

Courts

12:11pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge in John Doe records case allows Journal Sentinel to intervene.
9:46am
Capitial Times. Abortion rights advocate calls Wisconsin's admitting privileges law a 'clever tactic.'
8:15am
New York Times. Judge strikes down Pennsylvania's gay-marriage ban.
4:59am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse landlords file suit against city.

Education

4:29pm
UW-Stout. Freshmen-to-be already preparing for the fall semester.
12:53pm
UW-Stout. Chancellor Sorensen honored with James Huff Stout Award.
12:09pm
UW-River Falls. Butler challenges others to help fund student research in Europe.

5:03am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Medical College wins accreditations for Green Bay-area campus.

Local

4:31pm
Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Inner-City Congregations Allied for Hope. $13.5 million transportation victory.
3:00pm
Race Day Events. 2014 Aquathon Series.
5:48am
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Praises organizations for successful transit suit.
5:46am
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Measure seeks hiring of 75 residents to work on city infrastructure projects.

5:39am
CBS 58. Oconomowoc officials vote to allow guns in parks.
5:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Community and police are both needed to curb gun violence in Milwaukee.
5:29am
WQOW. Eau Claire County supports increased alcohol tax.
5:26am
WQOW. Eau Claire County voters will be asked to weigh in on minimum wage.
5:20am
Beloit Daily News. Groups urge city to change consequences for truancy.

Congress

4:42pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Rockefeller states opposition to Obamacare is racist; Johnson responds.
1:37pm
U.S. Rep. Kind, U.S. Sen. Udall. Renew push to connect kids with nature, address childhood obesity.
9:44am
AARP Wisconsin. Presses Congress on vital issues during Older Americans Month.

11:41am
Reuters. Obama says determined to get to bottom of Veterans Affairs mess.
5:36am
WBAY. Wisconsin lawmakers watch key LCS votes on Capitol Hill.
4:54am
Daily Reporter. House approves $12 billion-plus water bill.

Federal Agencies

11:35am
LA Times. Federal funds earmarked to offset Affordable Care Act insurer losses.
4:52am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Industry: Bakken oil not more risky than others.

Politics

3:07pm
Kurtz for Congress. Obama, Kind continue "wait and see" approach while veterans suffer.
1:19pm
Marquette Law School. New poll finds Wisconsin governor's race tied.
1:02pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Marquette Law School poll.
11:42am
DPW. Voucher schools: An expensive, unnecessary entitlement.
11:06am
Stroebel for Congress. Calls on VA Secretary Shinseki to resign.
10:59am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Dan Kilkenny to run for Wisconsin's 11th State Senate District.
10:16am
Sierra Club. Endorses Mary Burke for governor.
5:53am
Bomhack for State Senate. Files maximum number of nomination signatures.
5:45am
Pierce for State Assembly. Exceeds required signatures, first candidate to qualify in 20th Assembly District.
5:44am
Leibham for Congress. No veteran should die on a waiting list.

12:40pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Poll shows Wisconsin governor's race a dead heat. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:35am
We Are Green Bay. Big shoes to fill: the 19th State Senate District race.
5:07am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Former Oshkosh pastor to challenge state Rep. Gordon Hintz.
4:50am
Appleton Post Crescent. Democrat Hulsey not invited to speak at convention.

Tuesday May 20, 2014

Governor

2:53pm
Media Trackers. Gov. Walker travels Wisconsin extensively despite critics' claims.
12:53pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Gov. Scott Walker's business claim doesn't hold up to scrutiny. DPW.

Legislative

2:56pm
Rep. Hulsey. Letter to DNR Sec. Stepp regarding Enbridge pipeline permit.
2:55pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Seal-A-Smile promotes good oral health.
12:41pm
Reps. Shankland, Goyke. Ask Walker for special session on feeding families. Letter to Gov. Walker.

State Agencies

3:18pm
School Choice Wisconsin. Demand for school choice surges ahead.
1:25pm
Wisconsin Council of Religious & Independent Schools. Statement relating to 2014-15 voucher program announcement.
1:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. Private voucher school application data shows overwhelming support for state public schools.
12:55pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. (Updated) Book shares "Freedom Summer" history.
12:48pm
WHEDA. U.S. Treasury approves WEHDA as Qualified Issuer for CDFI Bond Guarantee Program.
11:08am
DOT. Major road construction will be suspended to accomodate heavy traffic during Memorial Day weekend.
11:07am
DPI. Schools named for 2014-15 statewide choice program.
5:12am
ETF. Office closures observe Memorial Day.

1:32pm
La Crosse Tribune. Six new schools added to Wisconsin voucher program. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:09am
WISN. Attorney general says he has obligation to defend gay marriage ban.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wolf Advisory Committee wants quota of 156 for 2014-'15.
4:47am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Talgo's $65.9 million train claim against state rejected.

Statewide

1:19pm
Wisconsin Credit Union League. Credit unions are top providers of best tactics to teach money management.
1:02pm
Leadership Wisconsin. Leaders across Wisconsin accepted into presitigous program.
1:00pm
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. CommunityConnect HealthPlan will be known as Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
11:18am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Backyard safety and pool safety encouraged.
9:34am
Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation. Awards $13,500 in dental and hygiene scholarships.

9:31am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Pace of Wisconsin milk production still lower than 2013.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Family farms diminishing amid rising costs, consolidation.
4:59am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Veterans owed our best efforts.
4:57am
Wisconsin State Journal. Environmental groups say Wisconsin is in good shape for upcoming pollution rules.
4:50am
WKOW. Increased oil shipments causing delay in fertilizer deliveries for farmers.
4:47am
WKBT. Gunderson program goes global.

Courts

9:21am
District I Court of Appeals. Mauricio Aguilar v. Husco International, Inc.
8:45am
Wisconsin Suprme Court. OLR v. Naomi E. Soldon.
8:44am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Peter J. Thompson.

Education

9:36am
UW-Madison. Wisconsin Energy Institute building receives design awards.
9:28am
UW-Stevens Point. Closed for electrical upgrade May 23-27.

10:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW-Madison chancellor earns just above median for all public college leaders.
5:43am
LA Times. Public university tuition is up, and the numbers zero in on why.
4:55am
Beloit Daily News. More resources sought to help education 'gap.'
4:51am
WKBT. Average student loan debt higher than ever before.
4:48am
WEAU. District votes to add off-site employee clinic.

Local

2:51pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Seeks public safety plan, strategy and vision from Mayor Barrett. Letter.
1:27pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairwoman Dimitrijevic, Sup. Mayo. County Board Committee approves implementation of express route.
1:23pm
ADRC of Waukesha County; Farmer's market vouchers for Waukesha County seniors available starting June 1st.
12:38pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. County to offer free compost giveaway in advance of closing compost sites this summer.
10:39am
AARP. Milwaukee metro 41st most dangerous in nation for preventable pedestrian deaths.

5:01am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Lodging rules raise questions about AirVenture housing.
4:50am
WISC. Thousands of 911 callers have 'unacceptable' wait.
4:49am
Fox 11. Menominee casino breaks ground on $8 million renovations.

Congress

2:57pm
U.S. Reps. Kind, Ros-Lehtinen, Schwartz and Esty. Introduce bipartisan legislation to provide Social Security benefits for all legally married couples.
2:49pm
U.S. Rep. Ribble. Water bill helps Wisconsin's Great Lakes.

5:08am
Fox 11. Senate committee looking at LCS funding this week.
5:06am
ABC. House GOP bill would roll back school lunch rules.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressman calls for Mississippi River watershed to become a 'Critical Conservation Area.'

Politics

1:04pm
Vruwink for State Assembly. Announces re-election campaign at local business in Tomah.
10:53am
RPW. Mary Burke all in for Obamacare.
9:35am
Steitz for State Senate. Turns in nomination signatures.
8:50am
LaBarre for State Assembly. Launches campaign for 87th Assembly District.
5:11am
Leibham for Congress. Campaign first to deliver nomination signatures.

5:03am
Green Bay Press Gazette. De Pere's Robinson to run for 88th District Assembly seat.
4:54am
Janesville Gazette. Scieszinski qualifies for ballot in Senate race.
4:53am
Wisconsin Election Watch. Randy Melchert to run for Wisconsin State Treasurer.

Monday May 19, 2014

Governor

2:41pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Because of Gov. Walker's actions 84,700 fewer have access to BadgerCare.
10:28am
Gov. Walker. 81,731 Wisconsinites living in poverty access health care through Medicaid. Report.
5:22am
Gov. Walker. Celebrates Armed Forces Week.

3:22pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Nearly 82,000 gain Medicaid, another 63,00 lose it. Sheboygan Press. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker compares graduation to zip line jump in commencement speech.
5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says increases in state transportation aid should help fix roads.

Legislative

5:49pm
Rep. Hulsey. (Updated) Asks, "Did Gov. Walker forget about the 17,348 parents with children he took healthcare and medicine from?"
4:37pm
Rep. Knodl. Column: PSC ruling saves utility ratepayers.
12:36pm
Rep. Neylon. Supports GAB oversight with Sen. Tiffany and Rep. Craig.
8:21am
American Heart Association. Recognizes Senator Jerry Petrowski as Legislator of the Year.
5:31am
Rep. Bernier. Comments on campaign finance ruling.

5:22am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Think big to control the cost of college.

State Agencies

3:19pm
DATCP. Manitowoc County to host 2015 Alice in Dairyland finals.
2:44pm
Claims Board. Decisions - April 30 meeting.
2:40pm
DOT. Agreement reached on Zoo Interchange claim.
12:40pm
DPI. Four nominees for ACT's College and Career Readiness awards share passion for community service.
12:32pm
DHS. First bird in state tests positive for West Nile virus in 2014.
8:55am
Wisconsin Bowhunters Association. Congratulates WI DNR on a successful youth expo.
5:32am
DATCP. May 18-24 is Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week.
5:29am
DATCP. Brooks selected as 67th Alice in Dairyland.

3:25pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State to spend $13.5 million on transit to settle Zoo Interchange suit.
3:23pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Talgo's $66 million Wisconsin claim over high-speed trains rejected.
4:52am
Appleton Post Crescent. Highest-paid Wisconsin employee made $834,000 in 2013. Chippewa Herald.

Economy/Business

12:43pm
Alliant Energy. Air quality improves the environment and creates jobs.

5:08am
Duluth News Tribune. AT&T to acquire DirecTV for $48.5 billion.

Statewide

1:46pm
Clean Wisconsin. Wisconsin well-placed for EPA's proposed carbon pollution standards.
1:42pm
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Make the Mississippi River a Critical Conservation Area.
9:07am
WRA. 2014 April home sales report.

5:02am
Beloit Daily News. Urban Alliance pushes for road funds.
5:00am
Stevens Point Journal. Coffee fungus raising prices for high-end blends.

Courts

5:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Group's interest in secrecy is not in the public's interest.
4:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Courts to decide whether John Doe a useful tool or unfair witch hunt.

Education

1:49pm
MPS. Student-designed wind turbine, remote-controlled surveying robot among 35 student projects on display at MPS STEM Partners Spring Showcase.
1:48pm
UW-Eau Claire. Among top U.S. schools in helping students improve earnings, employability.
1:43pm
UW-Madison. WARF appoints Tong to board presidency.
12:33pm
UW-Stout. Two members added to Alumni Association Board of Directors.
5:30am
UW-Madison. Camp Randall commencement celebrates old and new traditions.

5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 60 years after Brown v. Board of education, intense segregation returns.

Local

3:18pm
Flying Car, Summerfest. Announce partnership.
2:39pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Again offers mayor a strategy on how to curb crime and violence.
1:47pm
Dane County Board. Approves Martin Street location for homeless day shelter.
1:45pm
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Waukesha County Drug Free Communities to host forum on drug trends in Waukesha County.
8:20am
United Wisconsin. To launch petition drive in Burlington calling for reversal of Citizens United.

10:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mayor Barrett says Milwaukee tackling violence 'on every single front.'
5:48am
CBS 58. Oconomowoc considers change to allow open carry weapons in parks.
5:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lambeau, Miller Park tax districts are not quite equal.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Community groups, Milwaukee County applaud prison training program.
5:04am
La Crosse Tribune. Scientists unveil scenarios for 2070 in Wisconsin.
5:03am
Janesville Gazette. ATC plans to rebuild Walworth, Rock county transmission lines.
4:58am
Racine Journal Times. Goal: Full employment - 'Cradle to career' effort seeks jobs for all by 2020, backed by $1 million commitment.

Congress

8:33am
Racine Journal Times. Johnson warns of bleak future at presentation.
5:20am
Beloit Daily News. Pocan hopes divide will ease.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 4 congressmen question accountability in botched ATF operation.
4:55am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Baldwin girds for fight over cuts for Marinette-built Navy ships.

Politics

2:45pm
Jarchow for State Assembly. Receives endorsement from Rep. Erik Severson.
2:17pm
DPW. Scott Walker's new businesses claim fails.
12:31pm
Feldt for State Treasurer. Bows out of State Treasurer race
5:27am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Paul DeMain announces candidacy for Wisconsin's 29th State Senate District.

8:29am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. GOP trio seek primary support.
8:26am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Nekimi woman announces bid for Congress.
5:06am
Chippewa Herald. Mary Burke faces close scrutiny over her Madison School Board vote on union contract.
4:54am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Veterans see cancer bill as 'black mark' on Walker's record.

Friday May 16, 2014

Governor

12:01pm
Gov. Walker. Attends American Roller and Plasma Coatings groundbreaking ceremony.

Legislative

1:13pm
Wisconsin Election Watch. Representative Kathy Bernier begins looking to change Wisconsin campaign finance law.
5:32am
WISC. Legislators: State Patrol policy lists quota, is 'against the law.'
5:11am
WMTV. Assembly speaker to lead campaign finance reform.

State Agencies

2:50pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, May 18-24.
2:48pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Statement on BLS rankings for April 2014.
1:05pm
OCI. Bulletin to insurers regarding surplus lines filings for multistate policies in Wisconsin.
10:29am
Emergency Management. State receives grant to continue disaster preparedness.
8:50am
DSPS. Meetings, week of May 19.
8:49am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, May 19-23.
5:27am
DATCP. Be on alert for home security system robocalls.

9:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. GEF-1 state office building closed on Friday due to overnight fire. 

Economy/Business

1:49pm
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Paragon Partners set to open bottling plant.
10:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Small businesses in Wisconsin remain hesitant about the economy.
9:47am
Second Wave. Marinette Marine to build four new Coast Guard boats.
9:22am
MenomoneeFallsNow. FedEx advances its plan to build in Menomonee Falls.

Statewide

11:42am
USA Today. AAA says 36.1 million will travel this Memorial Day.
11:42am
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Cost-control plan for health care could cost you.
5:09am
USA Today. Mileage-based car fees face privacy concerns.
5:07am
Milwaukee Business Journal. NBA unanimously approves sale of the Milwaukee Bucks.
5:04am
Stevens Point Journal. Heroin claimed record 227 lives in 2013.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Politicians, scholars agree finding common ground elusive.

Courts

3:03pm
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, Inc. v. J.B. Van Hollen - defendants' pre-trial brief.

2:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. John Doe prosecutors fire back at Club for Growth in court filing.

Education

2:25pm
UW System. David J. Ward to serve as interim academic and student services leader.
11:36am
UW-Stevens Point. First wildland fire graduate uses fire to benefit wildlife.
8:48am
UW-Extension, UW Colleges. Center to Technology Commercialization staff change.

5:08am
Duluth News Tribune. UWS staff get notice jobs are 'at risk.'
5:05am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison School Board nearing extension of union contracts.

Local

12:07pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. To County Executive: "Where is your solution to the pension issue?"
11:11am
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Dramatic turnaround at Milwaukee County House of Correction.

1:52pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. Tourism officials laud city's successes, look to future growth.
11:51am
Appleton Post Crescent. Appleton moving toward ban on 'pedal pubs.'
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retirees, supervisors rail against Chris Abele's pension stance.
5:06am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Madison protesters march for higher pay.

Congress

5:10am
Bloomberg. Bid to revive tax cuts halted in Senate as parties feud.
5:02am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin lawmakers outraged by VA failures.

Politics

1:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke votes for labor talks with Madison teachers.
9:33am
Wisconsin Election Watch. Dem attorney general candidates to debate on Sunday in Glendale.

Thursday May 15, 2014

Legislative

4:59pm
Sen. Miller. Statement on 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals decision.
4:29pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on the striking down of Wisconsin's transparent campaign finance law.
3:21pm
Sen. Leibham. Column: Tapping into tourism.
3:17pm
Various Senators. Letter to DPI Supt. Evers regarding reported USDOJ investigation into WI school choice.
1:35pm
CSG Midwest. State Representative Amy Loudenbeck awarded fellowship for Midwestern leadership institute.
1:00pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on the striking down of Wisconsin's transparent campaign finance law.
11:52am
Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: Equal pay means respect for women.
11:50am
Sen. Lassa. Weekly Democratic radio address.
11:27am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces district office hours.
11:21am
UW-Oshkosh. Chancellor's Medallions to be presented to community leaders.
10:40am
Sen. Lazich. Statement about Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision WRTL v. Barland.
8:20am
Rep. Kolste, Sen. Cullen. Set listening session for May 20.

3:27pm
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Lawmaker promises to update campaign laws.
1:38pm
Chippewa Herald. Campaign finance ruling fuels GOP call to revamp state laws.
1:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. No word yet on whether Wisconsin Legislature will rewrite election law.

State Agencies

3:24pm
DWD. Over 1,500 jobs available at Milwaukee Career Expo, May 22, at State Fair Park; Over 70 employers registered for expo.
3:23pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces intent to award more than $1.5 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grant funding to train 2,200 manufacturing workers.
3:18pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:09pm
DOT. Governor Walker proclaims May 16 as Operation Lifesaver Awareness Day.
1:03pm
DWD. WI unemployment rate declines for 9th straight month, down to 5.8%.
11:53am
DOT. Click It or Ticket kicks off intensified safety belt enforcement.

1:45pm
WQOW. Walker reports adding 28,000 jobs in 2013.
11:25am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 'Lemon Law King' files lawsuit against Wis. DOT.
5:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Veterans Museum makes room for War on Terror.
5:09am
Fond du Lac Reporter. State tourism head, Governor's Council visit Fond du Lac.
5:08am
Appleton Post Crescent. Antlerless licenses could be suspended in north area.

Economy/Business

4:11pm
Integrys Group. Declares dividend on common stock.
8:28am
Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report. Reuters.

5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lakeview Farms to cut 150 jobs in Kenosha County.
5:13am
Duluth News Tribune. Ice deals setback to Great Lakes shipping.

Statewide

5:14am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin death rate holds steady.

Courts

3:13pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Commends Seventh District Court of Appeals for upholding free speech under the First Amendment. 

1:39pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Prosecutors: Let Walker campaign probe continue.
8:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prosecutors file appeal in attempt to revive John Doe probe.
5:11am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Raise cap for direct donations to candidates.
5:06am
Chippewa Herald. All sides ask to unseal records in federal challenge to 'John Doe.' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal court strikes down state rule on political issue ads. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

1:30pm
UW-Madison. Veterans Services and Military Assistance Center opens.
1:29pm
Madison Area Technical College. Announces new appointments to Board of Trustees.
12:56pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Puts Madison School Board on notice.

1:41pm
Appleton Post Crescent. 2+2=What? Parents rail against Common Core math.

Local

3:11pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Bowen. Praises low-wage workers.
12:59pm
City of Madison. Madison and Dane County get report card on environmental quality.
11:51am
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Waukesha County Drug Free Communities and Waukesha West High School launch 2014 "What's Your High" PSA campaign.
5:31am
Sweet Water. Announces transition as Jeff Martinka moves to new position.

5:16am
Jefferson County Daily Union. County opposes oil pipeline permit.

Congress

3:40pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Franken-Johnson resolution passes Senate, brings attention to history of women stripped of citizenship & voting rights.
3:39pm
U.S. Sens. Heller, Johnson. Call for Congress, not FCC, to take lead on net neutrality.
1:31pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Fights for Mississippi River conservation.
12:57pm
U.S. Reps. Ribble, Welch. Lead effort to fight barrier to dairy sales.

Federal Agencies

11:12am
The Hill. FCC moves ahead with Internet 'fast lanes' in net neutrality rules.
8:31am
Reuters. Amid protests, FCC to vote on new 'net neutrality' proposal.

Politics

4:07pm
DPW. Wisconsin job creation continues downward slide under Scott Walker.
4:05pm
Burke for Governor. Statement on latest Wisconsin jobs numbers.
4:03pm
Kremer for State Assembly. Unique event being sponsored by Kremer, 59th Assembly candidate.
11:15am
RPW. Mary Burke faces major decision on Act 10, quietly schedules closed session meeting.

Wednesday May 14, 2014

Governor

4:34pm
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin State Journal: Property taxes to drop nearly $200 for MATC.
4:31pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Green Lake Countyt District Attorney.
12:35pm
Gov. Walker. Unemployment insurance program saves $500,000 in printing & mailing costs by expanding e-payments, on-demand print.
11:16am
Gov. Walker. Congratulates "Big Apple Giveaway" winner promotion between Edvest and Green Bay Packers.
9:35am
Gov. Walker. Announces grants available to help farmers save on fuel costs, reduce propane usage.

Legislative

12:32pm
Sens. Shilling, Schultz. Badger-Coulee public meetings scheduled.
10:29am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Appointed as Vice-Chair of Legislative Council TIF Reform Committee.

11:30am
Wisconsin Election Watch. Wisconsin Senate Elections Committee hears testimony on election observer rule.
5:15am
Racine Journal Times. Family who championed marijuana byproduct bill mourning loss.
5:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Wanted: Cooperation on rural schools.

State Agencies

4:41pm
WEDC. $100,000 state grant to help boost entrepreneurship in Green Bay area.
4:33pm
DOJ. Milwaukee man convicted of Medicaid fraud, theft and theft by fraud.
2:54pm
DVA Sec. Scocos. Column: Memorial Day 2014 those who gave all for the prize of freedom.
10:34am
DPI Supt. Evers. Column: Brown v. Board of Education: 60 years later.
10:31am
DWD. And Fox Valley workforce partners: Time running out to register for free admission to one-of-a-kind Fox Valley Career Expo May 21.
10:03am
PSC. Releases dates for Badger Coulee Transmission Project scoping sessions.

5:10am
Chippewa Herald. Heavy winter kill likely means no doe hunt in northern Wisconsin this fall.
5:09am
La Crosse Tribune. Public meeting schedule released for high-voltage project.
5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR finds no evidence of fights between hunting dogs, wolves.

Economy/Business

2:44pm
WMC. Nine companies win Business Friend of Environment.

5:05am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Craft beer growth drives Lakefront Brewery to expand warehouse, add jobs.

Statewide

3:44pm
Integrys Group. Winners of 18th Annual Solar Olympics announced by WPS.
1:31pm
UW-Credit Union. Partners with UW-Madison to implement financial capabilities course.
11:44am
One Wisconsin Now. Files Federal Election Commission complaint over Sen. Johnson's failure to disclose legal fees.
10:04am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Mattison hired as new Farm Bureau District 9 coordinator.
9:39am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Calaway hired as new Farm Bureau District 8 coordinator.

1:33pm
Wisconsin State Journal. One Wisconsin Now files FEC complaint against Ron Johnson.
5:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Legacy of Wisconsin's polarization: No consensus, little common ground.

Courts

2:51pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Two unnamed parties want to join federal 'John Doe' challenge.
5:20am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Judge's John Doe statements endorse twisted campaign system.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Mining exploration lawsuit delayed after appointment of new judge.

Education

10:28am
UW-Eau Claire. Grant to help English, language arts teachers integrate Common Core standards.
10:27am
UW-Madison. New undergraduate sustainability certificate launching.
9:33am
UW System. Senior vice president to lead Montana State University Billings.

5:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS budget proposal wins praise for adding specialists, pleas for more.

Local

9:05am
Sierra Club. Jefferson County Board passes resolution to demand full environmental assessment prior to Enbridge Line 61 tar sands expansion.
5:24am
Brown County Exec. Streckenbach. Moody's assigns Aaa rating to Brown County - AGAIN! Report.

5:33am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rain produces six Racine sewer overflows.
5:04am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee, state seek $22 million grant for Lakefront Gateway project.

Congress

3:42pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Liberal groups fear Senator Johnson's lawsuit.
2:43pm
U.s. Rep. Pocan. Statement on National Small Business Week.
12:53pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Stands up for Wisconsin students and families, supports new legislation to give them a fair shot at an affordable higher education.
11:32am
U.S. Sens. Heller, Johnson. Call for Congress not FCC, to take lead on net neutrality.
10:34am
IFDA. U.S. Rep. Thomas E. Petri receives foodservice distribution industry's Thomas Jefferson award.

Politics

4:40pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Dean DeBroux announces candidacy for Wisconsin's 1st State Senate District.
3:43pm
RPW. Mary Burke's fundraising hypocrisy.
3:41pm
DPW. Wisconsin editorial boards decry "activist" Judge Randa ruling, corruption in political process, assault on campaign finance laws.
9:20am
RPW. Democrats divided over hand-picked millionaire.

11:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. EMILY's List says defeating Scott Walker a top priority.
5:14am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Duncan calls out Krug on campaign promise.
5:12am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Gubernatorial candidate touts job creation plan.

Tuesday May 13, 2014

Governor

12:54pm
Gov. Walker. Riverside Machine plans $5.7 million expansion in Eau Claire.
11:45am
Gov. Walker. Promotes Small Business Week.
5:55am
Gov. Walker. Issues Executive Order #134 lowering the flags in honor of Governor Patrick Lucey.

Legislative

1:51pm
Rep. Kleefisch. Column: Thank God, the athiests have a voice.
11:49am
Sen. Lassa. Column: Children's Book Week promotes a vital skill.

5:19am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh area lawmakers split on $717 million state budget shortfall.

State Agencies

3:26pm
DWD Sec. Newson. DWD and regional workforce partners assist United Natural Foods Incorporated as employer expands, adds 220 jobs.
3:05pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:37pm
DOT. Wisconsin State Patrol begins aerial enforcement missions.
1:36pm
AG Van Hollen, DOC Sec. Wall. Call attention to National Prevention Week.
1:29pm
WEDC. Red Arrow International, Winsert honored for exporting excellence.
8:09am
WEDC. Names new vice president of Economic and Community Development.

5:18am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Raising, spending money forum focus.
5:04am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: State government computer system upgrade is long overdue.

Economy/Business

5:12am
La Crosse Tribune. Walker salutes Don Weber as "American patriot.'

Statewide

3:02pm
Potawatomi Buisness Development Corporation. Names Tom Devine as new CEO.
11:50am
WHCA/WiCAL, Leading Age Wisconsin. Wisconsin citizens asked to donate iPods to help dementia patients.
11:44am
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Museum of Valor. UW's coach Bo Ryan named honorary chair of proposed 'police heroes' museum.
11:40am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Protect your family and your home from natural disasters.

2:04pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin officials warn of cold-water challenges.
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Patrick Lucey's 'hobby' helped transform Wisconsin politics.

Courts

8:58am
District I Court of Appeals. Bradley M. Brin v. Edith A. Brin.
8:56am
District I Court of Appeals. Selina Mata v. WI DCF.
5:56am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Responds to voting rights appeal.

5:33am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin appeals loss in voter identification lawsuit.
5:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. J.B. Van Hollen appeals ruling striking down Wisconsin voter ID law.

Education

12:59pm
UW-Stout. Students earn state titles, qualify for SkillsUSA national meet.
11:41am
UW-Madison. Possible future for the Yahara watershed to be unveiled at public event.
8:11am
UW-Madison. Research finds genetic differential in stress response.

5:36am
Marshfield News Herald. Debate over Common Core in Marshfield boils over.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. MTI to Madison School Board: Extend contract.

Local

12:58pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Celebrate Bike to Work Week with Milwaukee County.
6:00am
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Special election for County Treasurer. Notice.

2:07pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Waukesha County business execs call for regional funding on arena.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Board overrides Chris Abele veto, sets vote on free speech ruling.
5:14am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Future of stadium district unclear beyond 2015.
5:09am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Study: Expanded convention center could generate $114M a year in Milwaukee area.
5:06am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Saratoga officials, residents monitor water as plans progress for proposed mega-dairy.

Congress

8:59am
IFDA. U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble receives foodservice distribution industry's Thomas Jefferson Award.

1:57pm
Mliwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson to use campaign fund for Obamacare suit.
5:28am
Reuters. White House urges highway bill passage, says jobs at stake.

Federal Agencies

5:24am
Bloomberg. Glacial region's melt past 'point of no return,' NASA says.
5:01am
USA Today. FCC chairman revises fast-lane option in net neutrality.

Politics

1:50pm
DPW. Wisconsin is in trouble: A new report finds stagnant growth among working age residents.
11:48am
RPW. Mary Burke is no fiscal conservative.
11:47am
DPW. Greed is good: Scott Walker heads to Wall Street.
5:58am
Richards for Attorney General. Encourages Attorney General to drop voter ID appeal.
5:58am
Leibham for Congress. Appeal is right next step for photo ID.

1:59pm
Chippewa Herald. Rep. Peter Barca says tea party still strong in Wisconsin.
5:05am
Stevens Point Journal. Pro-choice Democratic group Emily's List to jump deep into Wisconsin governor's race.

Monday May 12, 2014

Governor

4:22pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in Team Industries, Inc. groundbreaking.
1:24pm
Gov. Walker. Tours Logistics Health, Inc., honors CEO Don Weber.
12:56pm
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin selected to join National Governor's Association healthcare workforce policy academy.
11:43am
Gov. Walker. Attends Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve's Breakfast with the Boss.
5:17am
Gov. Walker. Delivers keynote address at Veterans Employment Conference.
4:59am
Gov. Walker. Toast to mothers. Proclamation.
4:28am
Gov. Walker. Statement on passing of former Governor Patrick Lucey. Sen. Shilling. DPW. Sen. Risser.

4:29am
Sheboygan Press. Former Wisconsin governor Patrick Lucey dies at 96. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Legislative

4:25pm
Reps. Goyke, Riemer. Statement on the passing of Governor Patrick Lucey.
12:27pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on Governor Lucey's passing.

5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mistake may bar lobbyists from helping with fundraising.

State Agencies

4:23pm
DOT. Governor Walker approves terminal building renovation at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.
4:01pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Approves variance.
2:08pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Statement on the passing of Gov. Lucey.
1:09pm
DOJ. Seek to commit Scott D. Garetson for treatment.
12:13pm
DOJ. Dane County man sentenced for heroin delivery and bail jumping.

4:41am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. More money needed for state roads.

Economy/Business

9:11am
WMC. Twenty-six companies nominated for environment awards.

5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Out-of-work veterans flock to Milwaukee job fair.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Experts take to the field to see if iron mine can pass muster.

Statewide

1:23pm
Wisconsin Charter Schools Association. Announces 2014 award recipients.
1:08pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Advocate Lisa Pugh appointed to presidential committee.

4:51am
Chippewa Herald. Harsh winter does little to ease Lyme disease threat.
4:51am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: Demographics not working in state's favor.

Courts

3:37pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District: League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) of Wisconsin, et al. v. David G. Deininger, et al.; Ruthelle Frank v. Scott Walker (Voter ID). Notice of Appeal (LULAC v. Deininger). Notice of Appeal (Frank v. Walker). Docketing Statement (LULAC v. Deininger). Docketing Statement (Frank v. Walker). Notice of Motion and Motion to Stay Permanent Injunction Pending Appeal.
10:35am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts two new cases.

1:06pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge Adelman puts off deciding fees in voter ID case.
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Judge Rudolph Randa's ruling on the John Doe probe is premature.
5:09am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Heed high court's call for disclosure.
5:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal Judges Lynn Adelman, Rudolph Randa are polar opposites.
4:54am
Chippewa Herald. 'John Doe' ruling may land in U.S. Supreme Court.
4:47am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Want to play? Do it in the daylight.
4:40am
Appleton Post Crescent. Court ruling may change open records law in Wisconsin.

Education

11:45am
UW-River Falls. Distinguished alumnus and teacher to be honored at spring commencement.
9:47am
MPS. National award for Vocal Jazz Ensemble at Milwaukee High School of the Arts.

1:12pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Fired Arkansas administrator gets UW System job; MATC gets student rep.

Local

4:27pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Urges public to learn about 'Citizens United' before referendum.
3:41pm
City of Madison. Urging women to quit smoking for National Women's Health Week.
2:21pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison's quest for Platinum bike status unveiled.
2:19pm
United Wisconsin. Applauds Milwaukee County Board vote to override veto of Citizens United resolution by County Executive Abele.
2:10pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. County kicks off endowment to strengthen county park system or generations to come.
9:47am
MPS. National award for Vocal Jazz Ensemble at Milwaukee High School of the Arts.
9:19am
Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Statement on the passing of Pat Lucey.
5:15am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.

5:33am
Reuters. Tiny houses a way off the streets for Wisconsin homeless.
5:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 40 percent of Milwaukee homes have mortgages larger than property's market value.
4:44am
Wausau Daily Herald. Mayor conceals calls with developer, details of vacation.

Congress

3:40pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on the passing of former Governor Patrick Lucey.
3:14pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on the passing of Gov. Patrick Lucey.
5:14am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Statement on the fiscally irresponsible extension of the R&D tax credit.

5:53am
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Wisconsin delegation fights to keep funding for Navy ships.
4:52am
Daily Cardinal. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin visits UW, talks student debt.

Politics

12:35pm
Rosner for State Assembly. Releases first radio ad.
11:52am
Grassroots North Shore. Hosts attorney general candidate forum.
11:48am
Leibham for Congress. First candidate in 6th District primary to take 'taxpayer protection' pledge.
10:36am
RPW. Mary Burke: Just won't commit.
9:14am
Brooks for Assembly. Saukville businessman announces bid for 60th Assembly District.

5:28am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Promise of voucher expansion threatens public education.
5:07am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. The 2016 presidential campaign checklist and who's doing what.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Far from creating fatigue, partisan battles energize voters.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats eye control of state Senate.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Jobs debate set to take center stage in governor's race.
4:44am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: State GOP right to reject measure on secession.
4:40am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Businessman Goelz becomes third in GOP to seek Assembly seat.

Friday May 9, 2014

Governor

4:08pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at Wisconsin Conservation Congress Convention.
2:55pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy.
1:20pm
Gov. Walker. Police Week Proclamation. Attends Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony. Executive Order.
12:20pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Kendall Packaging expansion grand opening.
5:49am
Gov. Walker. Delivers good news about Milwaukee County tourism at annual VISIT Milwaukee meeting.

5:11am
Chippewa Herald. Walker takes the Leinie brewery tour.

Legislative

3:03pm
Sen. Lassa. Receives community action award.

5:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As machinery gets larger, new law helps farmers avoid citations.

State Agencies

1:13pm
WEDC. Area businesses can receive personalized expert advice on exporting.
1:11pm
DNR. Public hearings and meetings May 11-17, 2014.
12:59pm
WEDC. $100,000 grant to boost Hmong Business Loan program.
12:16pm
DNR. Wyalusing State Park passenger pigeon monument to be rededicated May 17
12:15pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of May 12.
10:19am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, May 12-16.
6:03am
ETF. Preliminary WRS performance returns.

5:14am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin Department of Justice remains mum on cell-tracking surveillance.

Statewide

4:04pm
NAMI Wisconsin. Celebrates release of funding for comprehensive community based services (CCS).
12:19pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Nursing profession adapts, evolves as health care delivery model changes.
10:22am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals care for over 50,000 patients daily.

Courts

8:15am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Board of Bar Examiners v. B.R.C.

5:11am
La Crosse Tribune. What's next in Wisconsin governor investigation?
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. John Doe lawsuit judge's assistant married to Scott Walker campaign lawyer.

Education

2:49pm
UW System. Names interim communications leader.
12:17pm
AT&T. $30,000 AT&T donation to Jobs for America graduates supports expansion of high school graduation program in MPS.

5:47am
LA Times. School bias against children of immigrants called 'troubling.'
5:18am
WKBT. Student loan interest rates on the rise.

Local

2:58pm
County Executive Ladwig and Fund for Lake Michigan Announce Belle Harbor Grant.
2:48pm
City of Madison. Disc golf courses are open for the season.

5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Open meetings complaint against supervisors dismissed.
5:19am
WEAU. Idea to add new, increase current tax on beer discussed at E.C. County committee meeting.

Congress

1:15pm
Rep. Ron Kind. Applauds move to make crude oil transport safer.
10:14am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. House Democrats introduce Federal Student Loan Refinancing Act.

5:12am
Badger Herald. Sensenbrenner NSA reform bill faces competing proposals.
5:04am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin GOP goes all in on Benghazi with special committee vote.

Federal Agencies

5:19am
WKOW. National Weather Service short on staff.

Politics

10:18am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Shidell urges, "Hire Me, Then Fire Me."
10:17am
DPW. Mitt Romney to Scott Walker: #RaisetheWage and invest for success.
10:16am
WRA. Endorses Governor Walker and Leutenant Governor Kleefisch for re-election.
6:02am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Whose side are you on?

5:14am
Sheboygan Press. Katsma announces run for 26th Assembly.
5:05am
Beloit Daily News. Nass announces Senate campaign.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. House candidate Stroebel paid no income taxes in 2009-'10.

Thursday May 8, 2014

Governor

4:20pm
Gov. Walker. Proclaims Nurse Appreciation Day. Proclamation.
2:34pm
Gov. Walker. Tours Leinenkugel's Leinie Lodge.
9:48am
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin moves up to 14th in CEO Magazine's Best States for Business.

5:17am
Gov. Walker. Promotes 2014 Governor's Blue Ribbon Livestock Auction.

Legislative

4:43pm
Sen. Tiffany, Rep. Craig. Call for legislative reivew of Government Accountability Board oversight.
3:20pm
Rep. Neylon. Selected as promising state leader.
2:17pm
Rep. Stroebel. Statement on Joint Legislative Council Symposia Series on Property Tax.
12:25pm
Rep. August. Thanks Senator Kedzie for his service.
12:25pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Column: Wisconsin's voter ID law.
9:49am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address.

2:30pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dem lawmakers call for hearing on massive IT project.
12:28pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: State needs online voter registration.
5:58am
Washington Post. States blame fiscal cliff for tax revenue slide.
5:16am
Pierce County Herald. Editorial: Political differences drain taxpayers.

State Agencies

4:55pm
DCF. Indianhead Community Agency honored.
3:50pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
3:47pm
OCI. Wisconsin joins NIMA as an Associate Member.
3:18pm
DATCP. Want a pesticide license? You have to get past Shelby Richardson first.
2:21pm
Wisconsin Association of School Boards. Rising graduation rates: Wisconsin public schools are succeeding.
2:20pm
PSC. Issues draft Strategic Energy Assessment.
2:16pm
DOJ. Law enforcement's use of the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network solves crimes across jurisdictions.
1:17pm
WASDA. State Superintendent Evers receives WASDA award.
12:23pm
PSC. Applauds the proclamation of Safe Drinking Water Week.
10:43am
OCI. Grads: Don't forget about insurance.
9:50am
DPI. Graduation rates continue to climb.

2:35pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report on 2013 wildfire finds response was quick, decisive, somewhat flawed.
2:29pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin graduation rate rises while MPS' edges down.

Economy/Business

8:52am
Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.

5:09am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Fear of economic blow as births drop around world.

Statewide

10:45am
Integrys Group. Wisconsin Public Service reminder: Keep SAFETY at the top of your spring improvement project list.
8:47am
NEW Zoo & Adventure Park. Governor Scott Walker and County Executive Troy Streckenbach zip into a new adventure in Brown County.

5:57am
Bloomberg. Gun bans in capitols but not bars draw cries of hypocrisy.
5:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW report finds jobs, wages are up, but poverty persists throughout state. Capital Times. 
5:11am
Capital Times. Group pushes for Wisconsin to return as innovator in renewable energy.
5:10am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Health insurance premium payment rates above 80%.

Courts

1:18pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. State agrees to cease enforcing state aggregate contribution limits.
9:58am
U.S. District Court Eastern District. Fred M. Young, Jr. v. Timothy Vocke. Order (unsigned). Stipulation.

12:35pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin to lift limits on campaign giving after Supreme Court ruling.
12:34pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Judge's ruling once again halts Walker probe. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
10:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge: John Doe prosecutors' appeal is 'frivolous.'
10:42am
WBAY. Deal reached to kill Wisconsin campaign limits.
5:57am
Reuters. Wisconsin campaign finance probe can continue: appeals court. New York Times.
5:07am
Appleton Post Crescent. Appeals court delays Walker's big victory: John Doe campaign probe's future awaits legal clarification. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

3:49pm
MacIver Institute. Wisconsinites should celebrate Charter Schools Week by demanding a dramatic expansion of these successful schools.
3:19pm
UW-Eau Claire. Heather Kretz named admissions director.
12:29pm
UW-Madison. WARF holds Discovery Challenge spring event.
12:26pm
UW-Stout. National Packaging Institute honors professor, two students.
9:52am
MPS. 5- and 6-year old graduation rates continue to grow, but more growth still needed.

6:05am
Wall Street Journal. Federal test shows U.S. 12th-graders aren't improving in reading or math.

Local

4:49pm
Milwaukee County Sups. Cullen, Johnson. Ask administration to explain pension/buyback.
12:24pm
Dane County Cities & Villages Association. Elects 2014-15 Executive Committee.

3:22pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Compromise struck for downsized Dover school teacher housing development.
12:21pm
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Rock County is well-named, ready to help build freeway.

Congress

1:50pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. House Intelligence Committee passes USA FREEDOM Act.
1:49pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Wisconsin senators applaud confirmation of Judge Peterson.

5:35am
WBAY. House committee funds 2 LCS ships for 2015, only part of original contract.

Politics

4:22pm
Horlacher for State Assembly. Announces candidacy for 33rd Assembly District.
9:51am
RPW. CEO Magazine shows business growth under Walker, backward path under Mary Burke.
8:51am
Loudenbeck for State Assembly. Reaffirms commitment to 31st Assembly Distrcit.
5:18am
Scieszinski for State Senate. Senator Tim Cullen endorses.

2:27pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Happ hesitates on criminalizing first DUIs.
5:10am
Sheboygan Press. Van Akkeren to run for 26th Assembly seat.

Wednesday May 7, 2014

Governor

4:52pm
Gov. Walker. Attends NEW Zoo & Adventure Park grand opening.
1:32pm
Gov. Walker. Attends Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial.
10:48am
Gov. Walker. Thanks state employees. Proclamation.
10:46am
Gov. Walker. Attends Sartori Company expansion groundbreaking.
5:39am
Gov. Walker. Visits Knuckleheads Trampoline, Bowling, & Indoor Amusement Park.

Legislative

4:44pm
WASB. Bipartisan task force advances interests of rural districts.
4:17pm
Rep. Sanfelippo. Thanks Milwaukee County Supervisor West.
3:14pm
Rep. Wright. Superintendents, and Task Force members announce Rural Schools report.
2:57pm
Wisconsin Family Ties. Applauds release of mental health funds.
2:14pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Statement on chair and vice-chair's reports on the Speaker's Task Force on Rural Schools.
12:14pm
Rep. Goyke. Congratulates the Wisconsin Veterans Museum on Smithsonian Institution Affiliate designation.
11:13am
Rep. Clark. Assembly Speaker's Task Force on Rural Schools: Vice-Chair releases report. Report.
11:04am
Sen. Hansen. Governor Walker's presidential pursuit costing state taxpayers $1 million per day.
10:56am
Rep. Danou. Advocates for rural schools in Wisconsin.
9:09am
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Commends release of mental health funds.
9:09am
Mental Health America of Wisconsin. Joint Finance gets the job done.
5:36am
Rep. Barca. Rep. Vruwink ready to bring leadership, ag and rural expertise to Joint Finance Committee.

12:58pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assembly members split over how to best help rural schools.
12:15pm
Twin Cities Pioneer-Press. Democrats criticize rural schools report.
5:17am
Chippewa Herald. Assembly backers of voter ID vow to reintroduce bill next session.
5:09am
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin schools task force releases final report.

State Agencies

4:35pm
DATCP. Olsen's Piggly Wiggly recalls cheese dogs and bratwurst due to allergens.
4:15pm
DOA. Announces a $200,000 grant to construct a new sewer lift station in the Town of Fifield.
3:41pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Book chronicles how two moms started tribal gaming in Wisconsin.
10:55am
WEDC. State awards $1.4 million in brownfield grants to help spur Milwaukee redevelopment projects.

Economy/Business

5:28am
Milwaukee Business Journal. More manufacturers looking to re-shore back to U.S., experts say.
5:09am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Office Depot to close 400 stores.

Statewide

4:47pm
AARP, AARP Foundation. Join other national organizations to help 'Stamp Out Hunger.'
3:16pm
Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. EPA's 2013 Renewable Fuel Standard upheld in Circuit Court.
3:08pm
WMJ. Pilot study finds use of herbal medicine prevalent; suggests need for further understanding of interactions with mainstream medicines.
5:38am
Clean Wisconsin. U.S. National Climate Assessment underscores need for action.

5:12am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Leaky sewer pipes could export viruses to lakes.
5:11am
Capital Times. Most tourists to Wisconsin are from Wisconsin.
5:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. National Climate Assessment includes predictions for Midwest.
5:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Report: Climate change to affect Wisconsin crops.

Courts

5:03pm
7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Eric O'Keefe v. John T. Chisholm - order.
3:57pm
7th Circuit Court of Appeals. Lac Courte Oreilles v. State of Wisconsin - defendants-appellees response brief.
11:11am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Judge's order to shut down John Doe probe demonstrates need to close phony issue ad loophole.
5:06am
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. Eric O'Keefe v. Francis Schmitz - decision and order.

4:29pm
WEAU. DOJ asks 7th Circuit to maintain night deer ban.
3:05pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Election watchdogs: John Doe ruling could blow up campaign finance regulations. 
12:52pm
Chippewa Herald. Prosecutors file new appeal to keep 'John Doe' investigation alive.
11:53am
Washington Post. In victory for Walker and allies, federal judge halts Wisconsin campaign finance probe.
11:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prosecutors seek stay of ruling halting Doe probe into Walker recall.
9:34am
New York Times. Judge halts investigation of political spending in Wisconsin.
5:04am
Chippewa Herald. Federal judge orders halt to 'John Doe' investigation. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

3:10pm
Cardinal Stritch University, Wisconsin Technical College System. Announce credit transfer agreement for Wisconsin's first Bachelor's in Respiratory Therapy Completion Program.
12:03pm
UW-Stout. ROI report shows economic value of a UW-Stout degree.
11:15am
Wisconsin HOPE Lab. Announces $4 million in grants for college students.
11:02am
UW System. UW-Green Bay chancellor finalists named.
11:02am
UW-Madison. Annual poverty report shows economy improving, but support programs still needed. Wisconsin Poverty Report.
9:15am
UW-River Falls. Smith named CAFES Outstanding Faculty Member.
9:12am
UW-Eau Claire. College ROI Report ranks UW-Eau Claire among top in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Local

11:06am
City of Madison. County initiative works to save babies' lives.
9:21am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. While Milwaukee slept.
5:35am
Milwaukee County Sup. West. Recommendations for Milwaukee County Health Board announced.

5:26am
Sheboygan Press. Larger but fewer: Census shows Sheboygan County farms continue to get larger, but net income drops.
5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Groundwater study in Chippewa County looks at effects from sand mines, agriculture.
5:14am
WISC. Alder introduces law to make new cab companies legal.
5:13am
Racine Journal Times. Echo Lake Foods files reconstruction plans.
5:10am
Badger Herald. Dane County unanimously votes in favor of equity initiative.

Congress

4:19pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Judiciary Committee passes USA FREEDOM Act.

11:51am
Reuters. Congress faces highway funding battle, gridlock looms.
9:20am
CNN. U.S. Reps. Cantor, Ryan, Meehan, Thornberry, Granger, Noem, Schock, Cook: Leading globally: Why America cannot keep the peace alone.

Federal Agencies

3:53pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Federal government issues emergency order requiring states be informed of oil train shipments.

Politics

2:34pm
Kedzie for State Senate. Endorses Rep. Steve Nass for state Senate.
2:03pm
Nass for State Senate. Running for state Senate.
1:31pm
DPW. Scott Walker is in trouble.
9:36am
RPW. Millionaire Mary Burke's family company contradicts Democratic Party platform.

1:54pm
WMTV. Republican Nass to run for state Senate.
12:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As split-ticket voting dies, elections ride on party turnout.
11:48am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Federal court ruling is big win for Walker.
5:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Petri right about GOP's future.
5:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. One Wisconsin Now requests federal election observers at polls in November.
5:00am
Fox 11. Candidate stands by campaign method despite death threat.

Tuesday May 6, 2014

Governor

12:20pm
Gov. Walker. Recognizes National Thank A Teacher Day. Proclamation.
9:14am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Gov. Walker rejection of federal funds for BadgerCare costs Wisconsin over $1 million per day.

Legislative

5:25pm
Sen. Lazich. Statement on retirement of Senator Neal Kedzie.
5:05pm
Sen. Taylor. Welcomes Turkish Legislative Fellow.
4:38pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Applauds promotion of the Fond du Lac Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team.
4:13pm
Sen. Farrow. Thanks Senator Kedzie for his years of service.
4:03pm
DHS Sec. Rhoades. Statement regarding JFC's approval to release funds to allow expansion of mental health services.
4:01pm
Wisconsin Counties Association. Applauds release of mental health funds.
4:00pm
Speaker Vos. Receives report from Speaker's Task Force on Rural Schools.
3:59pm
JFC Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. JFC invests in crucial state programs.
3:56pm
Rep. Swearingen. Speaker's Task Force on Rural Schools releases report. Final report.
3:32pm
Rep. Weatherston. Village of Caledonia to receive $960,000 transportation grant.
3:29pm
Rep. Loudenbeck. Statement on retirement of Senator Kedzie.
3:17pm
Rep. Craig. Statement on the retirement on State Senator Kedzie.
2:25pm
Sen. Shilling. Financial issues persist at troubled Walker agency.
2:22pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Good health depends on good mental health.
1:40pm
Rep. Knodl. Congratulates two area schools on being awarded financial literacy grants.
1:01pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Legislation spurs new state initiative to market small and mid-sized manufacturers.
12:58pm
Reps. Born, Schraa. Column: To reintroduce voter ID in 2015-16.
12:56pm
Sen. Kedzie. Announces retirement from the Senate.

1:38pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Republican Kedzie announces Senate retirement. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
1:36pm
Chippewa Herald. Legislators: Schools should hold cards on start date.
1:33pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State panel pays off winter road costs, to address UW surpluses. Wisconsin State Journal.
12:29pm
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Drunken driving again an afterthought for spineless leaders.
7:45am
Bloomberg. Tax-cut promises meet reality as state tax growth flags.
5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Where is Legislature's oversight of computer upgrade project?
5:09am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State panel to discuss UW surplus, salt charges, venture capital fund.
5:08am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Fiscal Bureau director: Wisconsin facing $717 million shortfall next budget.

State Agencies

3:58pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Announces intent to award $2.1 million for innovative school-to-work models around Wisconsin.
3:30pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:28pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves nearly $1.5 million in community loans and sale of school trust lands to Vilas County.
3:21pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Over 70 employers registered for Fox Valley Career Expo May 21 in Oshkosh; good jobs available in many sectors.
3:18pm
DWD. Over 50 employers registered for Milwaukee Career Expo, May 22, at State Fair Park; Special hiring event for all employment sectors.
1:04pm
DOT. Students encouraged to use "pedal power" on May 7.
12:52pm
AG Van Hollen. A look back at legislative efforts to improve public safety.
12:23pm
DPI. Three students named Presidential Scholars from Wisconsin
12:15pm
OCI. Administrative actions, April 2014.

3:38pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. DOT seeks advice on lemon law from opponent.
5:15am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Inmate advocates decry prison conditions, overly long terms.
5:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Environmentalists ask DNR to deny permit for Superior oil tanks.

Economy/Business

5:07am
Racine Journal Times. Jobs recovery expected to continue, slowly.
4:59am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Generac expands, set to hire 100 people during job fair.

Statewide

3:26pm
Wired Wisconsin. Announces addition of All For Schools as a new partner organization.
12:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. Calls for feds to deploy election observers in Wisconsin for November 2014 election.
9:17am
WMC. Repeated tax cuts define the Walker era.
8:56am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. May is Building Safety Month. Fire safety emphasized.
8:21am
We Energies. Launches falcon cams.

5:05am
Wausau Daily Herald. Editorial: Good news in Obamacare enrollments.
5:04am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Our graying state needs more grads.
5:02am
Badger Herald. Continued wage inequality due to deeply-rooted societal factors.
4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Badger receives new combustion control system.

Courts

12:55pm
National Lawyers Guild Madison Chapter. Most judges dismiss Solidarity Sing Along cases.
8:25am
District I Court of Appeals. Korry L. Ardell v. Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
5:10am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Disappointed by Supreme Court decision allowing sectarian prayer.

1:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals court upholds denial of MPS records based on requester's identity.
1:33pm
Wisconsin State Journal. 'John Doe' prosecutors make last-ditch appeal.

Education

3:57pm
UW-Madison. To build new competition pool.
3:57pm
UW-Madison. Chancellor honors more than 100 award-winning undergraduates.
3:24pm
UW System. Honors students for essays on the value of liberal education.
2:21pm
UW-Stevens Point. Student wins prestigious Fulbright Grant.
12:53pm
Marquette University. Law School, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to host one-day conference on political polarization.
12:22pm
UW-Stout. Three high school students receive prestigious Stout Scholarship.

Local

4:36pm
Community Youth Development. Invites the community to the connectivity open house/resource fairs.
1:03pm
Waukesha County Exec. Vrakas. Drug Free Communities and Addiction Resource Council to recognize prevention week with multiple events May 18-24.
12:50pm
Milwaukee Ald. Puente. Shooting of three-year-old a tragic reminder of importance of keeping firearms out of reach.
10:21am
WMC. Wisconsin sand mining country ranked first for clean air quality.
10:20am
Sheboygan County DA DeCecco. Local prosecutor recognized.
5:12am
Milwaukee County Sup. Haas. Celebrates construction project.
5:11am
Dane County Board. Unanimous on equity initiative.

Congress

3:22pm
Sen. Wirch. Letter to U.S. Rep. Ryan regarding ENDA.
3:20pm
U.S. Reps. Petri, Tsongas. Introduce legislation to promote financial independence among disabled adults and seniors. 
1:00pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Coverup on Benghazi does make a difference.
12:59pm
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Warren announces new student loan debt refinancing bill.
12:18pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins colleagues to introduce legislation giving students a fair shot at an affordable education.
12:16pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on 2014 National Climate Assessment.

1:26pm
The Hill. House transportation, housing bill sets up funding fights.
5:03am
Walworth County Today. For Ryan, the answer is local.

Federal Agencies

1:22pm
The Hill. Climate change affecting every region of the U.S., new WH report says.
5:50am
Reuters. White House to unveil dire climate warning in new report.

Politics

5:11pm
Rohrkaste for State Assembly. Neenah business leader announces candidacy for Wisconsin State Assembly.
1:08pm
RPW. Mary Burke's family company avoids paying corporate taxes for over three decades.
12:26pm
Wisconsin Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals. Endorse Mary Burke for governor.

4:18pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mary Burke says voters should fire Walker, backs minimum wage hike. Milwaukee Business Journal.
1:44pm
Racine Journal Times. Ryan dismisses reports of dissension among state GOP.
1:07pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Rohrkaste joins race for Kaufert's Assembly seat.
5:26am
Ashland Daily Press. Young candidate for 74th Assembly seat is not short of ideas for state legislature.

Monday May 5, 2014

Governor

2:01pm
Gov. Walker. Attends forum on entrepreneurship excellence.
12:52pm
Gov. Walker. WEDC awards Lucigen $500,000 state technology loan.
5:32am
Gov. Walker. Casts line into Balsam Lake at 49th Annual Governor's Fishing Opener.

5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker activates mining impact committee.

Legislative

1:44pm
Rep. Craig. Authors letter to EPA on harmful new wood stove rules. Letter.
5:25am
Sen. Schultz, U.S. Rep. Pocan. Scam targeting Latinos hits SW Wisconsin.

1:57pm
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Legislature's finance committee set to vote on UW System surplus policy.
5:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mayor Tom Barrett fears shift in tax burden to homeowners.
5:16am
Duluth News Tribune. Lawmakers in both Minnesota, Wisconsin target synthetic drugs.

State Agencies

4:03pm
DOT. Last month was the safest month of April in terms of traffic deaths since the end of WWII.
3:45pm
DATCP. Loan repayment funds available for veterinarians sought in 5 shortage areas.
1:30pm
DOT. More than $14.3 million available for local road improvements.
12:51pm
DATCP. Order tickets now for Alice in Dairyland finals.
11:30am
DOT. More than 9 million awarded to improve county highways.
9:50am
DFI. Lending, net income on the rise for state-chartered credit unions.
5:26am
ETF. Unsolicited telephone calls regarding annuities and retirement benefits.

3:19pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Emails show UW regents' concerns over hire.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. After troubled launch, state revives massive computer overhaul.

Economy/Business

1:59pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Walmart to hire 300 for Brown Deer store.
5:49am
Marshfield News Herald. Aging population will hurt Wisconsin's economy, government.
5:47am
Fox 11. 77 workers losing jobs in Berlin

Statewide

4:38pm
ABC for Rural Health. Awarded federal Rural Health Network grant.
12:48pm
M-WERC. Member companies unveil energy storage research collaboration.
11:16am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Celebrate Root Canal Appreciation Day with preventive care and Own Your Smile.
10:33am
Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. Wisconsin adds more E-15 pumps.
9:52am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. Population shifts to affect state's future growth.
8:14am
Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Association. Names Deborah Schwerman Director of Engineering.
5:38am
State Treasurer Schuller. New unclaimed property lists published statewide right now.

5:09am
Marshfield News Herald. Rain, cold slow growing season in central Wisconsin.
5:01am
Chippewa Herald. Hitting the jackpot: Ho-Chunk mulling changes to '18 money.'

Courts

2:23pm
LA Times. Voter ID laws and early voting: A rundown of what's out there.
1:27pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Judge who halted Act 10 to retire. Wisconsin State Journal.
5:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Emails and other documents in John Doe probe should be open to public.
5:20am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Union donations could affect justices' Act 10 recusals.
5:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Stop wasting time, money on Voter ID. Wausau Daily Herald. (Editorial).

Education

4:43pm
UW-Madison. Sociologist, for L&S Dean Sandefur leave UW-Madison after 30 years.
3:17pm
American Federation for Children. Celebrates National Charter School Week.
2:59pm
UW-Stout. More than 1,200 to receive diplomas at spring commencement.
2:41pm
UW System. President Ray Cross continues listening sessions across Wisconsin.
1:09pm
Marquette University. Elects John F. Ferraro chair of Board of Trustees.
12:53pm
UW-Stout. STEM Expo to feature 152 student projects, awards.
12:49pm
UW-Stout. Bomar named dean of STEM college.
12:45pm
UW System. UW-Milwaukee chancellor search committee named.
11:15am
Marquette University. Marquette College of Communication students contribute to 'Seattle Times' series focusing on battle to reduce carbon emissions.
11:13am
UW-Stevens Point. Local CEO to address graduates.
11:12am
UW-River Falls. Dallas named 2014 Wisconsin Distinguished Agriculturalist.
9:53am
MPS. 3 students earn 'life-changing' Gates college scholarships covering 100% of unmet need.

4:56am
Stevens Point Journal. U.S. teachers nowhere as diverse as their students.

Local

4:13pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. Statement following today's announcement Klement's Sausage has been sold.
5:39am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Receives racially slurred threat.
5:28am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Weekly schedule.

1:36pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stadium district reports robust April sales-tax distribution.
5:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report finds contaminated storm water around Milwaukee watersheds.
4:59am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Racine shouldn't pay for Milwaukee's things.

Congress

2:57pm
House Judiciary Committee. Chairman Goodlatte announces markup of birpartisan bill to ban bulk collection.

5:02am
Daily Cardinal. Wisconsin politicians, administrators, students look for solutions to student loan debt.

Politics

1:45pm
DPW. Statement in recognition of Cinco de Mayo.
12:54pm
Kexel for Congress. Announces run for U.S. Congress.
10:36am
Rosner for State Assembly. Announces candidacy for 97th Assembly District
10:34am
Richards for Attorney General. Announces campaign has received contributions from all 72 Wisconsin counties.
10:32am
RPW. Fox 6. Corporations not paying state income taxes? What's Mary Burke's position?
9:53am
RPW. Energized and ready to move Wisconsin forward.
8:15am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Earns majority vote at Republican Convention.
5:50am
Grothman for Congress. Wins Wisconsin GOP Convention straw poll.
5:40am
RPW. Concludes successful convention session.
5:34am
RPW. Endorses Julian Bradley for Secretary of State 
5:31am
RPW. Endorses Brad Schimel for attorney general.
5:30am
RPW. Endorses Governor Scott Walker and Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch for re-election.
5:29am
DPW. #RPW2014.
5:27am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Rob Taylor runs for Congress in 7th.

3:03pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Rep. Brett Hulsey stops announcing campaign schedule after death threats.
1:53pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State GOP declines to rebuke Republicans backing Common Core.
1:24pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Poll: Many 'ordinary' GOP voters support Common Core.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP rejects secession, nullification, launches Scott Walker on campaign.
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Division emerge early at Wisconsin GOP convention.
4:58am
Wausau Daily Herald. State Republicans nix secession resolution.
4:55am
Fond du Lac Reporter. GOP unfazed with governor's lack of commitment.
4:54am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Open seats likely not enough to help Democrats.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic, Republican voters worlds apart in divided Wisconsin.

Friday May 2, 2014

Governor

3:47pm
Sen. Jauch. Statement on Governor Walker's appointments to the Mining Investment and Local Impact Board.
12:59pm
Gov. Walker. Announces appointments to Investment and Local Impact Fund Board.
11:37am
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin tourism industry continues steady growth in 2013.
5:21am
Gov. Walker. Attends groundbreaking at Gollon Bait and Fish Farm.

1:14pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Tourism spending grows 3.4% in Milwaukee County in 2013. Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: No special legislative session to change voter ID law.
5:01am
La Crosse Tribune. Dairy grants help farmers increase productivity, profit.

Legislative

3:54pm
Rep. Nygren. "National Take Back Day" a success in Wisconsin.
3:51pm
Rep. Krug. Ho-Chunk plans $144 million expansion.
3:49pm
Rep. Knudson. Applauds groundbreaking of UW-River Falls Falcon Center.
1:02pm
Sen. Shilling, Riverfront. Shilling recognized for focus on job training.
10:41am
LFB. Tax law changes since January 2011.
9:02am
Rep. Jorgensen. Set to hold listening sessions in Milton and Edgerton in May.

1:15pm
Racine Journal Times. Legislators target microbeads.
5:20am
Appleton Post Crescent. Editorial: Let's move on from voter ID law.
5:06am
Appleton Post Crescent. State needs more money for snow costs. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:56am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Finance committee to consider UW surplus plan.
4:54am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Representative: Confluence Project 'perfect' private, public partnership.

State Agencies

4:08pm
DATCP. Wisconsin farmers counted in 2012 Census data.
3:56pm
DOJ. Luige's Frozen Pizza, Inc. of Sheboygan County ordered to pay $17,000 for environmental violations.
3:46pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, May 4-10.
1:21pm
DNR. Kikkoman Foods welcomed into Green Tier program.
11:42am
DPI Supt. Evers. Teacher Appreciation Week proclamation.
11:38am
DOJ. Wisconsinites turn out to drop 25 tons of drugs during April's National Prescription Drug "Take Back."
11:03am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, May 5-9.
10:32am
DATCP. Emerald Ash Borer found in Jefferson County, no change in quarantine status.
10:31am
DSPS. Meetings, week of May 5.
10:21am
DVA.  Wisconsin Veterans Museum announces Smithsonian affiliation; unveils new exhibit renovation.

Economy/Business

3:52pm
Boardman and Clark. Employment law update, May 2014.
11:41am
Wisconsin Energy Corporation. Klappa cites milestone in reliability, customer satisfaction in annual meeting review of 2013 highlights.
10:35am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment rises 288,000 in April; unemployment rate falls to 6.3%.

5:46am
WBAY. Land O'Lakes closing plant in Denmark, expanding in Kiel.
5:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. ATC plans power project for northern Wisconsin.

Statewide

11:44am
Xcel Energy. Advises caution on fast-flowing rivers.
5:27am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Governor proclaims May as Building Safety Month.

1:11pm
La Crosse Tribune. Census: More dairy cows, fewer farms in Wisconsin.
5:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Talgo, a missed opportunity.
4:48am
Marshfield News Herald. Wisconsin Obamacare enrollment nearly doubles, beats projections.

Courts

10:54am
Washington Times. Editorial: The sanctity of the ballot requires photo IDs.
5:00am
Chippewa Herald. Attorney general to ask for stay in voter ID ruling.
4:59am
Wisconsin State Journal. News organizations ask federal judge to unseal documents in John Doe lawsuit.

Education

3:48pm
UW-Stevens Point. Rogers family protects, donates 39-acre forest.
12:55pm
UW-Madison. Honors leading entrepreneurs with achievement awards.
5:29am
UW-Stout. Chancellor Sorenson applauded, honored at retirement event.

5:02am
Badger Herald. Despite charges of unfair admissions process, UW's student body remains mostly white.

Local

5:44am
WEAU. Area law enforcement say impending Supreme Court decision could change their operations.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mliwaukee County clerk to take over elections.

Congress

11:39am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on nomination of Pamela Pepper.
5:36am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Votes in support of soldiers and veterans.

4:50am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Hearing focuses on avoiding new propane shortages.

Politics

12:54pm
Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee. Statement on Assembly Republicans failure to reject secession resolution.
10:20am
Republican Assembly Campaign Committee. Assembly Republicans call for a rejection of the secession resolution. Letter.
10:17am
RPW. State Convention will highlight strength, momentum of party heading into November elections.
9:08am
American Majority. Promotes Matt Batzel to National Executive Director.
9:03am
Adamczyk for State Treasurer. Releases records showing waste at Office of State Treasurer.
5:31am
Leibham for Congress. Statement on photo ID.
5:28am
Trovato for State Assembly. Announces State Assembly run.
5:24am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Speaks about perpetual debt.

1:20pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 2 Wisconsin lawmakers at core of Republican Party divide.
1:16pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Republican leaders: Say no to secession resolution. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:25am
DPW. Comment on Brett Hulsey.
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Democrat to challenge for Moulton's seat.
5:05am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Manitowoc businessman announces 9th District state senate candidacy.
4:55am
Beloit Daily News. Loudenbeck dismissive of sesession movement.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. Brett Hulsey plans to hand out KKK hoods at Republican convention.
4:49am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Rep. Shankland announces bid for re-election.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stroebel has deep pockets to tap for Congress run.

Thursday May 1, 2014

Governor

4:31pm
Gov. Walker. Announces 43 farmers awarded Grow Wisconsin Dairy 30x20 grants.
1:09pm
Gov. Walker. Kicks off Mental Health Awareness Month.
12:29pm
Gov. Walker. Polaris plans $1.75 million expansion in Osceola.
12:18pm
DWD Sec. Newson. Wausau manufacturer sets example for Governor Walker's Year of a Better Bottom Line initiative promoting skills of people with disabilities.
11:10am
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at prayer breakfast.

Legislative

4:34pm
Rep. Jorgensen. Again calls for answers from Walker on secret signing of bills restricting early-vote hours, limiting rights of asbestos victims. Letter to Gov. Walker.
1:35pm
Sen. Wirch. GOP looking to roll back shoreland zoning standards.
11:37am
Sens. Shilling, Schultz. The time has come for public to weigh-in on Badger-Coulee Transmission Line.
11:11am
Sen. Gudex. Republican weekly radio address.
9:48am
Sen. Hansen. Democratic weekly radio address.
9:12am
Rep. Jorgensen. Journal: Marketing Wisconsin manufacturers holds great potential for economic growth.

5:14am
Chippewa Herald. Legislature cannot fix voter ID before November election, leader says.
4:58am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: It's time for Wisconsin to allow online voter registration.

State Agencies

3:52pm
DNR. "It All Adds Up To Cleaner Air" part of Clean Air Month celebration this May.
3:49pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
3:47pm
DATCP. Sign up to meet with international food buyers.
1:41pm
Ready Wisconsin. NOAA emergency radios save lives.
1:38pm
DATCP. Still cold but not too early to vaccinate horses against mosquito-borne illness.
12:45pm
DOJ. Adams County man convicted of sexually assaulting five children.
11:09am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - May 2014.

5:09am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Decision in Talgo's $65.9 million train claim expected in 20 days.
5:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Vets museum partners with Smithsonian.
4:57am
Wausau Daily Herald. Challenges lie ahead for state transportation system.
4:53am
La Crosse Tribune. PSC green lights review of Badger-Coulee application.
4:48am
Duluth News Tribune. Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area grows by 1,400 acres.

Economy/Business

7:59am
Dept. of Labor. Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.

12:41pm
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Ho-Chunk casino expansion to create 317 jobs.
5:40am
The Hill. Report: O-Care to save large corporations hundreds of billions.
4:51am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Marquette report: Manufacturers report declines in production and new orders in April.

Statewide

3:56pm
Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance. Saudi oil company funds anti-ethanol campaign.
11:15am
UW Credit Union. To host Shred-it event.
11:15am
South Central Federation of Labor. Response to recent NBA controversy.
11:08am
Wisconsin Family Council. Statewide pro-family group participates in National Day of Prayer.
11:04am
Integrys Group. Grant monies available to assist emergency responders.
9:50am
AARP Wisconsin. Seeks nominees for top volunteer award by June 1.

12:42pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Study: Wisconsin air polluted near Lake Michigan.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Court ruling could increase state political donation cap from $10,000 to $6.8 million.
5:02am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Raise minimum wage? Opinions vary on whether it would help or hurt.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Editorial: WisconsinEye helps keep government accessible.

Courts

12:57pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Van Hollen calls voter ID ruling 'very broad,' vows appeal to higher court.
4:47am
New York Times. Editorial: Voter ID is the real fraud.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge allows gay marriage challenge to proceed. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

5:31am
Bloomberg. State college funding hasn't passed pre-recession levels.

Local

2:33pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Council measure seeks changes to allow energy competition and savings.
1:06pm
ACTS Housing. Receives $50,000 from JPMorgan Chase to continue addressing Milwaukee foreclosure crisis.
11:07am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. County moving to grant DAIS $2 million to help complete construction of new facility for domestic violence victims.
11:06am
City of Madison. Despite the cold spring, the mosquitoes will be arriving.

4:56am
Stevens Point Journal. Study: Air quality in central Wisconsin among best in nation.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Madison may prohibit city from asking potential employees about criminal histories.

Congress

2:36pm
U.S. Sens. Johnson, Murphy. Introduce bipartisan NATO Alliance Act.
8:50am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on minimum wage vote.

5:00am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Tom Petri questions education secretary on student loan system.

Federal Agencies

2:21pm
HHS. Enrollment in the health insurance marketplace totals over 8 million people. U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Citizen Action of Wisconsin.

Politics

12:21pm
DPW. BurkeVsWalker.com
8:43am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Phil Swanhorst announces candidacy for 23rd Senate District.

12:55pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Five things to watch for during the state's GOP convention.
4:47am
Appleton Post Crescent. Justice Prosser still paying down debt.

 

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