Thursday May 31, 2018 - Updated 4:51pm

Governor

2:26pm
DPI. Carolyn Stanford Taylor awarded Virginia Hart Special Recognition.
2:25pm
Gov. Walker. Announces winner of the 35th annual Virginia Hart Special Recognition Award.

Legislative

4:07pm
Rep. Vruwink. Column: Celebrate dairy in Wisconsin.
3:21pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Announces June In-District office hours.
11:23am
Sen. Cowles. Weekly Republican radio address: Paving the Way to Highway Project Accountability.
11:04am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Celebrate June Dairy Month.

6:57am
Isthmus. Shifting debate.

State Agencies

4:12pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Rosholt resident wins $1,000,000 playing One Million Now!
4:10pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:08pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Mazo Beach & transmission lines to be among topics at Riverway Board meeting.
1:19pm
DHS. Columbia County bird tests positive for West Nile virus.
12:34pm
DOT. Wisconsin State Patrol to conduct enhanced enforcement of commercial trucks and drivers during International Roadcheck June 5-7.
11:24am
AG Schimel. Announces "A Dose of Reality" for tribal communities, online ad campaign.
11:22am
OCI. Bulletin: Summary of statutory changes enacted in the last legislative session.
11:08am
DATCP. Wisconsin dairy companies invited to June 19 cheese export seminar.

Economy/Business

4:09pm
Madison Gas and Electric. And WEC Energy Group's Wisconsin Public Service announce large-scale solar energy plans.
4:08pm
RENEW Wisconsin. Statement regarding 300MW solar proposal from two Wisconsin utilities.
2:09pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Racine elementary student wins annual 'Wisconsin YES!' youth business plan contest.
5:02am
Alliant Energy. Investing in renewables to keep costs low for customers.

2:22pm
Fox 6. 'We are not the naming rights sponsor:' Fiserv denies report naming rights deal for new arena is close at hand.
2:21pm
WTMJ. AT&T workers to strike in Milwaukee, across much of Midwest.
11:38am
Bloomberg. EU to strike back against Trump with levies on Harleys, bourbon.
11:33am
The Hill. Trump slaps steel, aluminum tariffs on EU, Canada and Mexico.
11:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin bracing for retaliation tariffs on Harley-Davidson and agricultural products.
11:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ready to rumble: 1,000 dump truck loads of gravel a day headed to Foxconn.
4:37am
Fox 6. Foxconn project brings opportunity to Racine County businesses: 'We want everybody to benefit.'
4:36am
WTMJ. Racine County hosts hundreds of construction-relation businesses for Foxconn info session.
4:35am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn plans to begin building construction in August.
4:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. Alliant Energy proposes new wind farm for Wisconsin customers.

Statewide

4:51pm
Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League. Team and individual awards announced for 2018 season.
4:50pm
Wisconsin Assisted Living Association. Names Michael Pochowski next CEO.
4:11pm
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Strangled by levy limits - League partners with WisconsinEye on Facebook Live panel discussion.
11:14am
Marshfield Clinic Health System, Security Health Plan. Announce recipients of nearly $300,000 in ABCS for Health Community grants to focus on addressing community health issues.
11:02am
Wisconsin Builders Association. Wisconsin housing study reveals housing as a wise investment.
9:07am
Badger Boys State. 77th session begins June 9th.

4:30am
WISN. U.S. Army needs soldiers but is challenged to find qualified recruits.

Courts

3:19pm
Rep. Crowley. Statement on the retirement of Justice Shirley Abrahamson.
11:11am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wisconsin Supreme Court appoints a new chief judge in Tenth District, re-appoints chief judges in three other districts and the Court of Appeals.

7:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Appeals court yet to rule on Wisconsin voter ID and other election laws after 16 months.
4:40am
Wisconsin State Journal. Justice Shirley Abrahamson won't seek re-election in 2019. Cap Times. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Supreme Court blesses unlimited DNA surcharges imposed on convicts.

Education

3:18pm
UW-River Falls. Small Business Development Center receives statewide honor.
1:18pm
DPI. Third Hot Summer Milwaukee kicks off today.
1:15pm
UW-Stout. Faculty members receive professorships, chair designations.
12:33pm
UW-Madison. The brains behind the traffic: 4 questions for mobililty maven.
5:01am
UW Colleges/UW-Extension. Dr. Cathy Sandeen named University of Alaska Anchorage Chancellor.

12:42pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW-Oshkosh misconduct cases include professor who sexually harassed student, got new job.
12:39pm
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. UW-Stevens Point sexual harassment case spurs UW System to review hiring policies. 
4:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. UW System to consider tightening hiring policies to weed out sexual harassers.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. With balanced budget, MPS interim superintendent to focus on enrollment.

Local

4:48pm
Center for Popular Democracy. New Milwaukee discipline policy proposes to call police on elementary students.
12:35pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Saturation patrols focused on high summer speeds.
11:06am
Waukesha Mayor Reilly. City of Waukesha recognized by the Wisconsin Policy Forum. 
10:58am
Preserve Our Parks. Launches "Our Turn" petition drive demanding more parks funding for perservatoin and enhancement.

Congress

3:16pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson to FDA: Agency should comply with Right to Try law.
11:30am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Announces summer town hall meetings.

4:54am
The Hill. Trump will hit EU with steel, aluminum tariffs: report.
4:42am
WSAW. Right to Try bill signed; Wisconsin lawmakers, medical groups respond. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Politics

2:06pm
Kaump for State Treasurer. Campaign finance regulation must address childcare costs.
1:19pm
DPW. Andre Jacque votes against local schools.
11:00am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign launches next statewide TV ad highlighting governor helping people with disabilities enter the workforce.
8:41am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Drain the swamp by moving federal offices out of Washington.

2:12pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Republicans accuse Democratic governor candidates of campaign finance 'hypocrisy.'
11:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. Democratic candidates jockeying for position ahead of state convention.
7:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Will Wisconsin's 1st Senate race be the next 'blue wave' bellwether?
7:02am
Racine Journal Times. Residents grill gubernatorial candidates.
6:59am
New York Times. Never mind the news media: Politicians test direct-to-voter messaging.
5:04am
Beloit Daily News. Spreitzer to run for his third term in Assembly.
4:35am
U.S. News & World Report. 2 appeals court judges eyeing Supreme Court bid.
4:33am
La Crosse Tribune. Vukmir's filing for Senate becomes record-setting for women.
4:32am
SWNews4U. Three candidates for governor speak to Gays Mills residents.
4:30am
La Crosse Tribune. Republican congressional candidate Steve Toft accuses Facebook of censorship; ads restored after protest.

Wednesday May 30, 2018

Justice Abrahamson

4:54pm
Neubauer for Court of Appeals. Statement in response on Justice Shirley Abrahamson's retirement.
4:51pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Justice Abrahanson's retirement.
4:48pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Justice Shirley Abrahamson announcement.
3:38pm
Supreme Court Justice Abrahamson. Will not seek re-election.

Governor

10:42am
Gov. Walker. Announces Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund surpasses $1.65 billion, a near-reversal of the lowest point of $1.68 billion deficit.

Legislative

3:42pm
Rep. Crowley. Improving police-community relations top priority.

State Agencies

3:42pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Scott Walker continues to sabotage quality affordable health care.
2:12pm
One Wisconsin Now. AG Brad Schimel dodges latest open records request seeking 'swag' purchase documents.
11:54am
DOJ. Wisconsin's drug disposal program national leader; 401,769 lbs. collected since 2015.
11:53am
DOT. June means increase in deer activity - greater potential for deer/vehicle crashes.

2:22pm
CBS 58. Wisconsin collects 63,451 pounds of unused drugs during Drug Take Back events, collection ranks third in nation.

Economy/Business

5:12am
Duluth News Tribune. America has a massive truck driver shortage. Here's why few want an $80,000 job.
4:58am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Inability to fill jobs a key economic challenge in Fox Cities, says U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher, State Rep. Amanda Stuck. Fox 11.
4:53am
WFRV. Area pools look for emploees in statewide lifeguard shortage.
4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers look for export opportunities, as U.S.-China trade disputes continue.

Statewide

4:53pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Co-hosts event on importance of free and fair trade.
2:47pm
Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative. Introduces new board members.
10:33am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Announces first statewide "Salute to Local Government" award winners.
8:41am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Mission of Mercy bringing free dental care to greater Milwaukee area.
8:40am
Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health. Public education campaign will raise awareness about harmful, medically unnecessary abortion restrictions in Wisconsin.

4:46am
Kenosha News. Editorial: Let the people decide legalization of marijuana.

Courts

8:42am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Jamal L. Williams.

5:32am
Racine Journal Times. Foxconn property lawsuit appealed.
4:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Debate continues over challenge to Foxconn's lake diversion plan. Racine Journal Times.
4:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Major decisions remain on the U.S. Supreme Court's docket for June.

Education

4:50pm
UW System. Board to consider additional safeguards against sexual harassment.
12:53pm
UW-Stout. Menomonie elementary students take part in university's Research Day.
5:22am
MPS. Board adopts 2018-19 budget.

11:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Colleges struggle to attract students.
4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS board passes budget that restores $11.6 million to classrooms, cuts central office.

Local

2:45pm
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Common Council passes resolution focusing on drag racing spectators.
2:44pm
Mliwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Council approves creation of special deputy health commissioner position.
11:52am
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Council on board in opposing reduction in Amtrak's long-distance train network.

4:55am
Fox 6. Quiet farm roads turned busy thoroughfares as Foxconn moves into Racine County.
4:50am
Fox 6. Milwaukee police investigate 14 separate shootings over Memorial Day weekend; 3 killed, 12 injured.

Congress

4:51pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Highlights legislation to boost apprenticeships in Oak Creek.
8:39am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Farmers and groups call for a new approach to trade, NAFTA.

1:29pm
WISC. Trump signs Sen. Johnson's bill for terminal patients to try unproven drugs.
8:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Ron Johnson sends strong message to Trump: Wisconsin needs more workers.
8:44am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Sen. Tammy Baldwin meets with local authorities, officials about opioid abuse.
5:30am
The Hill. House GOP prepares to consider Trump's $15 billion clawback.

Politics

4:49pm
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. PFAW's Next Up Victory Fund endorses.
3:41pm
Steil for 1st Congress. Officially files for First Congressional District.
2:48pm
Kaump for State Treasurer. Last to enter treasurer's race. First Democrat to get on ballot.
2:10pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Files maximum nomination signatures.
11:55am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Dem groups boost spending in special elections.
11:25am
Walker for Governor. Campaign collects more than 12,000 nomination signatures from all 72 Wisconsin counties.
10:39am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Facebook censors retired Army officer on Memorial Day.
10:37am
Flynn for 84th Assembly. Run for Something endorses.
10:34am
One Wisconsin Now. Proposes 'Tomorrow Wisconsin' agenda.
9:27am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. SD 1 ads: Manure is "In Our Shower and Our Faucets.'
9:03am
Vining for 14th Assembly. Primary opponent withdraws, endorses Vining.

1:00pm
U.S. News & World Report. Outside groups spending $270k in special elections.
12:58pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Democrats will hear from 10 gubernatorial hopefuls at state convention.
8:45am
Racine Journal Times. Myers meets with, takes questions from potential Racine voters.
5:09am
Janesville Gazette. Polce targets immigration, term limits and health care costs in campaign.
5:00am
Fox 11. Special election for Senate District 1 seeing statewide, national interest. Door County Daily News.
4:48am
WBAY. U.S. Senate candidates campaign in Northeast Wisconsin.
4:47am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. Born will seek re-election to 39th Assembly seat.
4:46am
ABC News. More women than ever run for Senate, but hurdles remain.

Tuesday May 29, 2018

Governor

9:41am
Gov. Walker. Honors Wisconsin's 170th anniversary of statehood.

4:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. Gov. Scott Walker: Together, we can keep Wisconsin moving forward.

Legislative

12:20pm
Rep. Ballweg. Column: Ballweg honored for work during 2017-18 legislative session.
5:30am
Rep. Edming. Congratulates local school districts on grant awards.

8:45am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin lawmakers got $164,000 in travel and perks last year from outside groups.

State Agencies

3:29pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:30pm
DMA. Wisconsin Heat Awareness Day is June 6, 2018.
2:17pm
OCI. Bulletin: Extension of transitional health insurance plans through December 31, 2019.
1:11pm
DOJ. All 4,155 Wisconsin sexual assault kits submitted for testing; testing to be complete by end of year.
11:31am
Kaul for Attorney General. Testing still not complete on over half of backlogged rape kits that need to be tested.
11:20am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Attorney General Brad Schimel's handling of untested rape hit backlog.
9:46am
DATCP Sec. Harsdorf. Maintiain focus on trade's importance to agriculture.

1:46pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Brad Schimel vows to complete rape kit testing by end of year.
12:18pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin officials change policy on reimbursement of local bridge replacements.
11:21am
WSAW. AG Schimel: DOJ has sent all untested kits to labs.
5:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State agriculture officials depopulate another deer farm over CWD concerns.

Economy/Business

9:48am
Wisconsin Technology Council. 'Diligent Dozen' selected to present live June 5 at Wisconsin Entrepreneur's Confrence.
5:33am
Citizens Utility Board. Alliant customers can expect savings from settlement with customer groups, tax reform.
5:31am
Village of Mount Pleasant. Village committee recommends approval of Wisconsin contractor for demolition work.

5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farm leaders say producers receiving less from consumer spending.
5:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin cranberry growers could face production limits for 2018 crop.
4:51am
WKBT. Milwaukee Bucks arena closure to eliminate 650 jobs.
4:40am
WTMJ. Bill Davison on how Harley-Davidson can grow after 115 years.
4:39am
WISN. As Foxconn prepares to break ground, homeowners wonder where they'll go.
4:38am
Reuters. U.S. adds 15,000 visas for seasonal non-farm workers.

Statewide

9:43am
Alliant Energy. Prairie du Sac Dam parking area and access road to be closed week of June 4.
9:00am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Improving education & training standards for a safer tomorrow.

5:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Obamacare helpers seek local money to offset federal funding decline.
4:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Survey finds people's views of police differ by race and where they live.
4:46am
La Crosse Tribune. Detour: Wisconsin farmers cope with new bridge restrictions.
4:39am
WISC. Study: Wisconsin, Texas, California states with most law enforcement agencies with drones.

Courts

10:19am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Joins Midwest Environmental Advocates lawsuit against WI DNR.
9:56am
One Wisconsin Now. Seeks summary judgement in lawsuit over Republican state representatives Twitter 'blocking.'
5:32am
Midwest Environmental Advocates. Diversion of Great Lakes water for Foxconn challenged.

4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State appeals court sends Enbridge pipeline expansion back to Dane County.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Groups file legal challenge to water diversion plan for Foxconn facility. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

4:30pm
Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League. Over 1,100 student athletes to participate in 2018 State Tournament June 9th.
12:06pm
UW-Madison. Air Force-backed center to make machine learning more independent, predictable, secure.
10:20am
UW-Madison. Morgridge Institute announces Rowe Center for Research in Virology.

4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MPS Interim Superintendent Posley finds $11.6 million to return to schools.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Chancellor Rebecca Blank: Wisconsin and the future of undergraduate education.

Local

1:12pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Sheriff's Office Memorial Day weekend activity.

5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. City of Milwaukee trying to address gender pay gap by banning salary history questions.
5:01am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee population continued downward trend in 2017.
4:44am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin county expands opioid recovery program.

Congress

3:47pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. In Sturgeon Bay and Kaukauna, calls for Senate vote on new bipartisan legislation to fight the opioid crisis.

3:21pm
The Hill. GOP chairman says opioid probes should happen in courts, not Congress.
4:53am
WDIO. Sen. Tammy Baldwin discusses opioid epidemic with Douglas County.
4:43am
Fox 6. 'I know Trickett's watching:' 'Right to Try' legislation backed by Pewaukee family will be signed into law.

Politics

3:52pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker's Wisconsin comeback forges ahead as Democrats oppose Foxconn and "continue to hope for the worst."
3:17pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Turns in nomination signatures to run for reelection to state Assembly.
3:15pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Continues to call for ICE to be abolished.
2:05pm
National Democratic Redistricting Committee. Invests in Wisconsin special elections.
10:34am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WMC brags about legislative victories "too numerous to mention."
10:33am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker op-ed lays out agenda to help Wisconsin win the 21st century.
8:57am
Snodgrass for 19th Senate. Secures ballot, endorsements as campaign support grows.
8:56am
Kurtz for 50th Assembly. Rep. Ed Brooks to serve as campaign treasurer.

3:19pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Eric Holder group spends $175K to back Democrats in Wisconsin special legislative elections.
9:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ten Democrats - and counting - will be on primary ballot to challenge Gov. Scott Walker.
9:52am
U.S. News & World Report. Barrett out, 10 other Democrats endure in race for governor.
8:54am
WISN. Milwaukee mayor not running for governor in 2018.
5:03am
U.S. News & World Report. Democrats determined to be ready for governor nominee.
4:55am
WDIO. Frenette drops out of Wisconsin congressional race.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Western Wisconsin voters have Scott Walker's attention, but does he have their votes?
4:46am
WISN. Democratic AG candidate: Wisconsin DOJ needs new direction.
4:45am
ABC News. In Wisconsin, do too many Democrats want to be governor?

Friday May 25, 2018

Governor

2:44pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff on Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day.
9:54am
Gov. Walker. Announces more than $76 million for local bridge projects.

Legislative

2:49pm
Rep. Quinn. Recognized for internet, infrastructure accomplishments.
1:17pm
ABC of Wisconsin. (Updated) Rep. Jacque receives Building Wisconsin Award.
1:13pm
One Wisconsin Now. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos's payday loan London junket travel buddy's home raided by FBI.
11:38am
Rep. Subeck. Commemorates Memorial Day.
10:39am
Sens. LeMahieu, Feyen, Stroebel; Reps. Katsma, Vorpagel, Thiesfeldt. Legislators announce key Highway 23 public hearing.
10:22am
Rep. Tittl. Receives public health award.
8:21am
Rep. Brandtjen. Looking forward to new leadership in Milwaukee.
5:42am
Rep. Quinn. Congratulates local schools on TEACH Grant awards.

2:56pm
Fond du Lac Reporter. Legislators to urge action at June 19 public hearing on Highway 23.

State Agencies

2:45pm
DHS. Prepare for summer boating by installing a marine carbon monoxide detector.
1:24pm
DOR. Two sentenced after pleading guilty to tax fraud schemes.
1:23pm
Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin. Letter to Legislative Reference Bureau regarding library staff elimination.
10:57am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Placed on the State Register of Historic Places:  Menomonie Omaha Depot. Muirdale Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Neosho Village Hall. St. Peter's Catholic School.
10:36am
DOT. Hot weather increases chances for pavement buckling.
5:43am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

5:11am
Kenosha News. Editorial: Time for state to make a priority of hiring and reducing prison overtime.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. State moves to avert federal lawsuit on voting hitch for some overseas voters.
5:02am
WXOW. DNR attorney will review sand plant permit ruling.
5:01am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin frack sand sludge spill reaches Mississippi River.
4:51am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin DNR awaiting tests on frac mine spill, says no sign of fish kill.
4:48am
WTMJ. Tonette Walker on childhood street and trauma-informed care.

Economy/Business

5:45am
Alliant Energy. Rate freeze a win for customers in Wisconsin.

2:54pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Milwaukee Tool receiving $8 million in additional state support.
5:10am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin electric ratepayers to get refunds in July; Xcel residential customers to get second largest.
5:04am
Daily Reporter. Health group rolls out plans for $250 million complex near Foxconn.
4:56am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Kimberly-Clark invests in North Carolina plant.

Education

1:15pm
UW-Madison. UW project asks: What happens to irrigation water in Wisconsin's Central Sands?
10:52am
UW-Stout. Senior receives national family, consumer sciences scholarsihp.
8:53am
Wisconsin Policy Forum MPS' 2019 budget challenges reflect long-term structural issues.

5:06am
WEAU. Local universities on track for UW-System merge.
5:00am
WISN. Interim MPS superintendent's proposal includes restructuring central office, not classroom cuts.
4:53am
Janesville Gazette. School districts receive grant money for broadband infrastructure.

Local

2:50pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Wisth and Preder receive statewide recognition.
1:16pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Clamping down on summer speeds.
9:58am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Sterling Brown incident authenticates predictions from years past.
5:44am
Voces de la Frontera. Statement on video of police brutality against Sterling Brown.
5:41am
Milwaukee County Sup. Moore Omokunde. Statement on Sterling Brown video.

5:31am
Hudson Star Observer. Hudson receives $500,000 grant for redevelopment.
5:24am
Racine Journal Times. DOT delays Waterford road construction due to state budget constraints.
5:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Body camera video of Bucks' Sterling Brown is latest setback for Milwaukee police.
5:00am
CBS 58. Medical Examiner's Office: Cocaine deaths on the rise in Milwaukee County.
4:58am
Fox 6. Milwaukee County Board approves resolution to place marijuana referendum on November ballot.
4:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee police chief unable to give details of officers involved in Sterling Brown arrest.
4:52am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Suspended cop ordered to perform maintenance; union calls it 'exceedingly personal.'
4:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee cop who first confronted Bucks' Brown suspended two days. Fox 11

Congress

2:48pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Turns in nomination signatures to qualify for the ballot.
1:14pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls for Senate vote on new bipartisan legislation to fight the opioid epidemic.

5:35am
TIME. Why Tammy Baldwin opened up about her mother's addiction.
5:28am
Wisconsin Radio Network. U.S. Senators react to cancelled North Korea peace talks.
5:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. The Joseph Project raises vets' employment hopes.
5:03am
The Hill. Senate panel advances $716B defense policy bill.
4:56am
Reuters. U.S. House starts recess as immigration battle rages.
4:55am
Washington Post. GOP immigration rebels push forward after Trump promises to veto any bill without wall funding.

Politics

2:47pm
Kaul for Attorney General. Turns in nomation signatures before deadline.
10:02am
Roys for Governor. Releases video featuring homeowners to be evicted by Foxconn.
9:57am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Honoring Memorial Day.

2:52pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin one of 19 states targeted in $5 million NARAL campaign.
1:18pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats say they would repeal Act 10 if they unseat Gov. Scott Walker. 
11:01am
Cap Times. Wedge issues: Kelda Roys says Wisconsin is ready for a 'new generation' of leaders.
10:04am
Hudson Star-Observer. Former lawmaker Roys targets governor's office.
4:57am
Sauk Prairie Eagle. Mahlon Mitchell to Sauk Prairie students: Be involved in the process.

Thursday May 24, 2018

Governor

12:25pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker quick to weigh in on NFL player protests, silent on release of footage showing aurthorities assaulting Mliwaukee Buck Sterling Brown.
9:07am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker hasn't called a bank to refinance his family's student loan debt, and he won't help other Wisconsin families refinance their student loans.

4:54am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker appoints new corrections secretary: 'Cathy Jess is an experienced leader.'

Legislative

3:20pm
Sen. Shilling. Calls for action in wake of Sterling Brown arrest.
3:13pm
Rep. Bowen. Statement on release of bodycam footage of Sterling Brown.
10:47am
Sen Testin. Weekly Republican radio address: Have a safe and blessed Memorial Day.
10:19am
Sen. Risser. Weekly Democratic radio address: Observing Memorial Day.
10:17am
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on Wednesday.
9:17am
Rep. Crowley. Statement regarding body cam footage release.
5:50am
Rep. Tittl. St. Nazianz businesswoman receives Pioneer Award.
5:49am
Rep. Tittl. Manitowoc businesswoman receives Trailblazer Awards.
5:46am
Sen. Taylor. The manipulation of the truth, the public, and body cams.

5:12am
WBAY. Target 2: Push to change Wisconsin's 'outdated' teen mental health law.
4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Prompted by Wisconsin tragedy, Green Alerts for missing, at-risk veterans could go national.

State Agencies

3:36pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Listed in State Register of Historic Places: Badger State Tanning Company. Clintonville High School. Coolidge Street-Myrtle Street Historic District. J.M. Allmendiger Shipwreck.
3:30pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Listed in National Register of Historic Places:  Greenville Grange. Rising Star Flouring Mill. Schwartz Family House.
3:13pm
DOR. Collections, April FY2018.
12:17pm
DHS. #HopeActLiveWI: DHS awards $2.4 million for opioid treatment.
12:12pm
Wisconsin Family and Caregiver Alliance, Women's Council Wisconsin. New Wisconsin employer survey seeks solutions for employers who struggle with caregiver issues.
10:18am
DOR. 324,000 Wisconsin child sales tax rebate claims have been filed in the first week.
10:11am
First Lady Walker. Trauma-Informed Care: There's a role for everyone.
9:19am
DOJ. Files charges against man for allegedly luring investors to company and embezzling funds.
9:10am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Experience flavorful events this summer at the Wisconsin Historical Museum.
5:43am
DOJ. Fox Crossing officer involved death investigation.

4:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR Board OKs large conservation easement in Sawyer County. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:52am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Lincoln Hills staff attacked after marijuana confrontation.
4:49am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Schimel: Website is latest step to stop elder abuse.

Economy/Business

5:14am
Fox 11. Oshkosh Defense receives $235.2 million order from Army.
5:05am
Daily Reporter. Foxconn says no changes planned for project. Milwaukee Biz Times.
5:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Minnesota passes Wisconsin in total jobs, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.
4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fiserv CEO says search continues for headquarters site, bit firm 'committed' to Wisconsin.

Statewide

3:17pm
Badger Institute. Names two new Visiting Fellows.
3:12pm
Cornucopia Institute. Addressing the news release today by the organic industry's prominent lobby group, the Organic Trade Association.

Courts

3:09pm
350 Madison. Court of Appeals decision rebukes Enbridge's bullying.
1:42pm
Wisconsin First Judicial District. Milwaukee Family Drug Treatment Court hosts special celebration honoring its 50th graduate during National Drug Court Month.
12:07pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. And Brown County Taxpayers Association respond to lawsuit.
9:16am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michael D. Mandelman.
9:15am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Federal National Mortgage Association v. Cory Thompson.
9:14am
District IV Court of Appeals. Enbridge Energy Company v. Dane County.

12:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal government slated to sue Wisconsin on overseas ballot access.
4:57am
Racine Journal Times. Trump Twitter decision tweets new life in Wisconsin case. Cap Times.
4:54am
Governing. Will teacher strikes influence the Supreme Court's union ruling?

Education

12:05pm
UW-Stout. Students in engineering technology class design products to help disabled.

Local

3:18pm
Milwaukee Council President Hamilton. Calls for special election for 5th District Council seat.
1:52pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Nicholson. Statement on Sterling Brown incident.
1:48pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bohl. A special time and a time to move on to a new challenge.
12:22pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Dimitrijevic. County Board votes to implement eviction reduction plan.
12:19pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. County Board calls for returning Winter Farmers Market to Mitchell Park Domes.
12:14pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. County Board overwhelmingly approves marijuana referendum for November 6 ballot.
10:16am
Milwaukee Common Council Members. Latest video presents an opportunity to make long overdue changes.
5:48am
MMSD. Grants, business training available as district pushes for salt reductions.

1:36pm
Fox 6. Advocate Aurora Health buys land near Foxconn site to build hospital, clinics & medical office.
12:50pm
Racine Journal Times. Mount Pleasant Plan Commission advances hotel near Foxconn.
12:45pm
U.S News & World Report. Milwaukee port starts shipping petroleum, raising concerns.
12:36pm
La Crosse Tribune. Police chief, officer launch effort to recall Trempealeau County District Attorney Taavi McMahon.

Congress

3:37pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Questions Secretary of State Pompeo about North Korea summit.
3:24pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to improve rural water infrastructure in Wisconsin.
10:19am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Helps introduce bipartisan legislation to support rural EMS agencies.
5:48am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Questions Secretary DeVos.

9:24am
Reuters. Trump rejects push for moderate immigration deal, wants 'whole package.'
5:35am
Waunakee Tribune. Sen. Johnson outlines issues during area visit.
5:27am
The Hill. Paul Ryan's political purgatory.
4:50am
U.S. News & World Report. Trump launches probe into auto imports, possible tariffs.

Federal Agencies

5:04am
WBAY. NTSB recommends shoulder/lap seat belts for all school buses.

Politics

4:37pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Jon Plumer for Assembly District 42.
3:22pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker highlights the importance of trauma-informed care.
3:19pm
Roys for Governor. Calls out Walker's xenophobic ad campaign.
3:15pm
Kohl for 6th Congress. Koch brothers reward Grothman.
12:32pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Dave Zien endorses.
12:20pm
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Makes a bid for the 43rd.
12:08pm
La Follette for Secretary of State. On the ballot.
11:59am
AFSCME Council 32. Endorses Mahlon Mitchell for governor of Wisconsin.
11:57am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Wisconsin pols took contributions from accused drug makers.
9:18am
Flynn for Governor. Distinguished as a gun sense candidate.
9:05am
Jacque for 1st Senate. Announces additional endorsements from Door County officials.
5:44am
Bryce for U.S. Congress. Statement on Sterling Brown video.

12:54pm
WISC. Koch Brothers running ads in Wisconsin for Rep. Grothman.
9:23am
Racine Journal Times. Republian congressional candidate Polce opens HQ in Burlington.
5:03am
Juneau County Star-Times. Tammy Baldwin attends Democratic headquarters opening in Mauston.
5:01am
U.S. News & World Report. State GOP launches radio ad for Vukmir, Nicholson files.
4:56am
WXPR. Democrat Meier to run for 34th Assembly seat.
4:53am
DeForest Times-Tribune. Plumer advances to June 12 special election.

Wednesday May 23, 2018

Governor

3:37pm
Gov. Walker. Honors 17 female business leaders at 2018 Trailblazer Awards Ceremony.
10:01am
Gov. Walker. Appoints Cathy Jess to serve as Secretary of the Department of Corrections, thanks Jon Litscher for his many years of service to Wisconsin.

11:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's corrections secretary is departing amid rising prison costs and a criminal investigation of Lincoln Hills School.
5:26am
Janesville Gazette. Walkers praise Rock County's trauma-informed care.
4:40am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker points to $100 million school safety bill in wake of Texas shooting.

Legislative

2:44pm
Rep. Young. Retirement statement from the state Assembly.
1:40pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Attorney General causes scare for local hemp farmer.

10:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. Off-road vehicles could be on road, thanks to change in Wisconsin laws.
4:34am
CBS 58. "It's going to improve survival:" New law ensures Wisconsin 911 dispatchers can give CPR instructions over the phone.

State Agencies

3:36pm
First Lady Walker. Thanks U.S. Senate for recognizing the importance of Trauma-Informed Care.
3:34pm
DATCP. Green County to host 2019 Alice in Dairyland finals.
1:45pm
First Lady Walker. Discusses Wisconsin's leading role on Trauma-Informed Care at "Behind the Headlines."
1:41pm
AG Schimel. Launches online media campaign for elder abuse awareness.
12:20pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment and unemployment estimates released.
9:54am
DOT. Memorial Day weekend travelers asked to plan ahead, buckle up, be patient and safe.
9:35am
DFI. Net income, lending show healthy gains at state-chartered banks in 1st quarter.
8:18am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Go site seeing at H.H. Bennett this summer!

10:39am
Fox 11. WisDOT: Drivers should expect travel delays during Memorial Day weekend.
10:10am
NBC 15. DNR board OKs buck-only for just 1 Wisconsin county.
4:45am
WISC. Feds challenge Wisconsin's overseas voter restrictions.
4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State of Wisconsin, City of Milwaukee urge trauma-informed care.

Economy/Business

12:18pm
DPW. Is Foxconn breaking promises before it even breaks ground?
11:44am
Foxconn. Statement on false reports regarding Wisconsin development.
11:42am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on changing scope of Foxconn project.
11:15am
Sen Shilling. Statement on Foxconn scaling back investment.
11:04am
Wachs for Governor. Resopnds to news that Foxconn is cutting its investment in Wisconsin.
10:02am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Finalists to share wide range of prizes, cash in 2018 Governor's Business Plan Contest.
8:49am
Xcel Energy. Cuts carbon emissions 35 percent.

11:28am
Fox 11. The Latest: Foxconn stands by $10 billion Wisconsin project.
11:27am
Wisconsin State Journal. Foxconn disputes report that it's changing its plans for new Wisconsin campus.
11:17am
Nikkei Asian Review. Foxconn opts to make smaller displays at Wisconsin plant.
10:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn shifts production focus away from large display panels, article says.
5:30am
Duluth News Tribune. Albuquerque serves eviction notice on Eclipse, One Aviation.
5:01am
WBAY. Truck driver shortage could raise prices for consumers.
4:59am
Fox 11. Restaurants make tough decisions when faced with labor shortage.
4:57am
WKOW. Monroe Truck Company hiring workers from Puerto Rico to help worker shortages.
4:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin banks post strong first quarter, FDIC report shows.
4:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin milk production slows as tough prices, snowy spring take a toll on farms.
4:39am
Kenosha News. Proposed gas pipeline may cut through Kenosha County properties.

Statewide

12:09pm
ACLU of Wisconsin. Sean Wilson hired as Smart Justice Organizer.

4:42am
Washington Post. In the addiction battle, is forced rehab the solution?

Courts

11:14am
UW-Stout. Science major tops university's first WiSys Quick Pitch competition.

Education

11:49am
UW-Madison. Wild Wisconsin yeast find their way into bread, beer, and class.
11:48am
UW-Platteville. And Platteville Main Street create music opportunities.
11:47am
UW-Platteville. Students learn from top investors at Berkshire Hathaway.
11:46am
UW-Platteville. Pioneer Farm to host Lafayette County Dairy Breakfast.
9:17am
MPS. Summer school starts June 4.

3:37pm
UW-Stout. Professor writes fifth edition of interior design handbook.
4:44am
WXOW. Cost for UW-L Wittich Hall renovations jumps by $2 million.
4:41am
Kenosha News. Kenosha Unified approves application for nearly $900K toward security upgrades.

Local

10:58am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Has policing in urban America become an undoable job?
9:36am
Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Invited to the White House.
8:14am
Milwaukee Pride. Join Danica Roem at the PrideFest opening ceremonies!

10:33am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Brown County asks judge to toss sales-tax lawsuit, make taxpayer group pay $125K in costs.
8:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wheel taxes have popped up around Wisconsin since 2011, resulting in a seven-fold increase.
5:28am
La Crosse Tribune. 10 million gallons of mine sludge turns Trempealeau River orange; officials investigating spill after dramatic rescue.
5:22am
WEAU. Hi-Crush says water from Monday's incident is safe.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Frac sand pond drained, reaches Trempealeau River after worker rescue.

Congress

4:23pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan veterans health care reforms pass the Senate.
3:41pm
One Wisconsin Now. Reaction on 'encouraging' Twitter lawsuit ruling.
10:31am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Trump-Pence administration introduces nationwide gag rule.
9:48am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to fight back against fraudulent organic imports, ensure fair playing field for American farmers.
8:48am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. "Community banks are drowning."
8:47am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Sends "Right to Try" to President's desk.
5:17am
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on the passage of S.2155, the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.
5:16am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson statement on House passage of Right to Try.

12:05pm
The Hill. Judge rules Trump can't block users on Twitter. 
5:19am
Reuters. Congress eases post-crisis bank rules in victory for Trump.
4:50am
WBAY. Rep. Gallagher fights for more littoral combat ships.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson's 'right-to-try' bill passes House and goes to Donald Trump for signature.
4:37am
Racine Journal Times. Sen. Johnson sends letter to FBI about 'Steele Dossier.'
4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. Ryan vents frustration over GOP infighting over immigration.
4:35am
New York Times. Paul Ryan's hold on Speaker's job is tested by G.O.P. infighting.

Politics

3:45pm
RPW. Launches "The Wisconsin Way" radio ad in support of Leah Vukmir.
3:42pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. First to submit nominating signature in U.S. Senate race.
3:33pm
Gronik for Governor.  Offers his public support for the Child Victims Act.
2:17pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Congratulates Amy McGrath and Stacey Abrams.
12:19pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker is prioritizing broadband access for rural communities.
12:10pm
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Memorial Day - Honoring America's heroes.
11:32am
McCabe for Governor. People powered bridges to celebrate McCabe's birthday.
10:20am
McCabe for Governor. People powered campaign turns in 4,000 nomination signatures on his 58th birthday.
8:43am
Evers for Governor. Despite Walker's $1.5 million ad spending spree, Evers still leading Walker in head-to-head showdown. Public Policy Polling Memo.
5:15am
Women's March Wisconsin. Matt Flynn's proposal for victims does not do enough to protect children from abusers.

3:43pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Supreme Moore Omokunde to run for Wisconsin Legislature; Rep. Leon Young stepping down.
5:06am
Cap Times. Wisconsin GOP launces statewide radio ad boosting Leah Vukmir in U.S. Senate primary. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:03am
WXOW. U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson makes veteran health care a priority.
4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin activists ask candidates to commit to child sexual abuse laws reform.

Tuesday May 22, 2018

Governor

10:35am
Gov. Walker. And First Lady Walker recognize Wisconsin communities and leaders incorporating Trauma-Informed Care.

3:03pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker shows no interest in abortion restrictions like the ones just approved in Iowa.
11:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Postcards promoting tax rebate cost state $128,000.
4:35am
WSAU. Walker announces TEACH grants, responds to former UWSP Dean in Mosinee.
4:31am
WSAW. Gov. Walker increased budget for TEACH grants by $35M. WAOW.

Legislative

11:33am
Rep. Berceau. Most school shooters get their guns at home.
10:39am
Rep. Ballweg. Leadership Scholarship winners.
9:55am
Sen. Stroebel. Milwaukee criminals are regional problem.

State Agencies

2:54pm
DOT. Motorists and ATV/UTV riders urged to share the road safely.
1:26pm
DNR. Weekly news.
9:58am
DATCP. Blue means go: A DATCP sticker means you are getting what you paid for at the pump.
9:57am
Boys & Girls Clubs of Wisconsin. Congratulates First Lady Tonette Walker on receiving SAMHSA Special Recognition Award.
9:13am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Go site seeing this summer at Stonefield!
5:47am
ETF. Hotline for reporting fraud and abuse.

10:08am
The Hill. Red states find there's no free pass on Medicaid changes from Trump.

Economy/Business

2:53pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Social media panel to inspire, teach tangible tips on June 5 at Entrepreneurs' Conference.
1:09pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on first quarter 2018 FDIC numbers.
5:44am
Wisconsin Procurement Institute. 12th Annual Volk Field/Fort McCoy Small Business Conference.

9:46am
Racine Journal Times. DNR: Foxconn to create more wetlands than it fills.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We Energies plans 49-mile, $187 million gas pipeline to station near Foxconn site.
4:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lack of houses on the market in Wisconsin pushes up prices, slows down sales.
4:28am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New filings show big pay gaps at retailers, but industry says disclosure rules are unfair.

Statewide

11:07am
Wisconsin Famliy Council. Wisconsin holds steady with #17 ranking for family prosperity.
10:38am
MorganMyers. Welcomes summer intern.

4:37am
NBC 26. New poll shows opposition to arming Wisconsin teachers. WXOW. NBC 15.
4:36am
WKBT. Poll: Majority of Wisconsinites surveyed support police body cams.

Courts

9:20am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Wingra Redi-Mix v. Wisconsin Historical Society.
5:49am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Court interpreter training planned for Wisconsin Rapids.

11:14am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin high court backs Ho-Chunk, protects burial sites.

Education

2:19pm
UW-Madison. Training compassion 'muscle' may boost brain's resilience to others' suffering.
1:04pm
DPI. Hearing scheduled May 29 on licensing scope statement.
11:11am
UW-Stout. University's animation concentration receives national attention.

4:36am
WBAY. Green Bay School Board seeks state grant for school security.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Interim MPS superintendent takes office, pledges improvements.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lobbyist: Plans needed to protect disabled students during active shooter scenarios.
4:32am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo schools seek $140,000 in state DOJ school safety funding.
4:28am
WTMJ. Kenosha School District reveals safety improvement plan.

Local

4:12pm
Milwaukee Ald Coggs. Trauma-informed care training to be offered to all city employees.
3:54pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Waukesha County earns highest possible bond rating.
1:52pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Shared employee health center nets millions in savings.
11:08am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Announces appointment of Director of Transportation.

1:31pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Report: Wisconsin local governments turn to wheel taxes as state road funding stagnates.
9:53am
Racine Journal Times. Proposed HUD changes could leave more struggling with rent.

Congress

2:25pm
First Lady Walker. Congratulates Congressmen Gallagher (WI), Davis (IL) for creating Trauma-Informed Care Caucus.
1:28pm
Kenosha News. Newcomer to run against Barca as a conservative alternative.
1:08pm
Shipbuilders Council of America. Honors U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin with the Maritime Leadership Award.
11:34am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Buy America reform included in Seante's bipartisan water infrastructure legislation.
9:17am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson releases new details about intel briefing on Steel dossier to President-elect Trump.
5:46am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. "One overdose is too many."

4:27am
Reuters. U.S's Mnuchin: 'Significant' issues remain oer NAFTA.
4:26am
Politico. Ryan facing growing doubts about hold on speakership. Washington Post.

Politics

3:54pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Walker's Wisconsin: A place far from home.
3:01pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorses Andre Jacque for Senate District 1.
2:17pm
RPW. ICYMI: Tony Evers battles liberal talk show host.
1:51pm
Committee to Elect a Republican Senate. Wisconsin Democrats want a Foxconn failure.
1:10pm
RPW. VIDEO: Wisconsin Republicans fired up at 2018 convention.
1:07pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Calls on Ryan to resign.
1:03pm
Evers for Governor. Supports Child Victims Act, pledges to sign if governor.
11:17am
Roys for Governor. Wins Lilly Award for Our Girls.
11:10am
Wachs for Governor. Reiterates support for Child Victims Act.
11:09am
Kaul for Attorney General. U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin endorses.
10:36am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Wisconsin outpaces Minnesota as economic comeback continues under Scott Walker's bold leadership.
9:58am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Urges Sen. Baldwin to support VA reform, ignore union bosses' calls to obstruct.
9:22am
Flynn for Governor. Proposes reforms to help victims see justice.
9:21am
Allen for 97th Assembly. Breakfast fundraiser, Thursday May 31, 2018.
5:45am
Women's March Wisconsin. Sexual assault survivors and their allies call on every candidate running for elected office in Wisconsin to offer public support for the Child Victims Act.
5:42am
Roys for Governor. Reaffirms longtime support for Child Victims Act.
5:41am
Women's March Wisconsin. Survivors of sexual assault "set the record straight" in regard to recent statements by the Matt Flynn campaign.
5:39am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative Action. Attorney General Brad Schimel should return Pfizer's drug money.

4:32am
Fox 6. 'Frail grip:' Democratic candidates for Wisconsin governor get into bizarre confrontation.
4:30am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Vukmir: State GOP unity essential.

Monday May 21, 2018

Governor

3:34pm
Gov. Walker. Awards $7.8 million for broadband infrastructure upgrades to 252 school districts.

4:32am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Gov. Scott Walker, First Lady promote trauma-informed care at Two Rivers schools.

Legislative

10:53am
Rep. Vruwink. Column: Remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
9:52am
Sen. Risser. Completes annual birthday bike ride.
6:27am
Rep. Stafsholt. Brings WDOT secretary up to district.

State Agencies

1:43pm
DNR. Great Lakes states to collaborate on West Nile virus monitoring in ruffed grouse.
12:50pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker's state lawyer secretly joined AG Brad Schimel, Department of Justice lawyers at hate group conference.
9:55am
OCI. Tornado and severe weather awareness.
9:55am
DFI. Joins 40-plus other states in international crypto crackdown.
8:50am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Go site seeing this sumer at Pendarvis!
6:20am
DATCP. Riley of Gays Mills selected as 71st Alice in Dairyland.

5:58am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Kaitlyn Riley selected as 71st Alice in Dairyland.
5:45am
WXPR. DFI secretary says he's impressed with forest products technology.

Economy/Business

12:51pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Military vets, students may register at discount to attend June 5-6 Entrepreneur's Conference.

5:59am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Streak is broken: State's April milk production falls from 2017.
5:51am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. USDA may enact supply management for cranberries.
4:27am
Racine Journal Times. State DNR data shows Illinois brings bulk of Wisconsin air pollution.

Statewide

1:58pm
Choose Life Wisconsin. Issues first grants from sale of "Choose Life" plates.
9:54am
Wisconsin Realtors Association. April 2018 Home Sales Report.
8:48am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Safeguarding our water.

8:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tribes want seat at the table on CWD management.
6:25am
Wisconsin Watch. Wisconsin man, casualty of flawed hair forensics, latest to be exonerated.

Courts

10:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Supreme Court in Epic case: Employers can enforce arbitration agreements with workers.
4:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Supreme Court moves to raise pay rate for some lawyers representing poor defendants.

Education

4:33pm
UW-Eau Claire. Three grads selected for Fulbright awards.
1:42pm
UW-Platteville. The arts return this summer with new festival.
11:41am
DPI. Wisconsin launches social, emotional learning guide, resources.
5:55am
MPS. May 21 is first day for new MPS interim superintendent.

3:32pm
UW-Stout. To host HS teachers at WiFab Retreat West, June 25-29.
1:56pm
Cap Times. Tommy Thompson Center spends little on campus speakers in first year.
5:42am
WAOW. UW-Stevens Point graduates weigh in on staying in Wisconsin.
4:34am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point assistant dean accused of sexual harassment, rehired at UW-Eau Claire.
4:29am
Racine Journal Times. Area school pursue safety grants.

Local

11:06am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 5 arrests.
9:53am
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department. Oversize-overweight truck load routes established in Brown County.

6:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Body cameras were thought to lower police use of force. In Milwaukee, that didn't happen.
5:31am
WKBT. Federal grant in Wisconsin to help protect abuse victims.
4:30am
Portage Daily Register. Columbia County wonders where it will house juvenile offenders.

Congress

3:31pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson, Donnelly statement on expected House vote on Senate-approved right to try bill.

6:12am
The Hill. GOP revolts multiply against retiring Ryan.
5:43am
WKOW. "Guns are not going anywhere," Sen. Johnson reponds to Santa Fe school shooting.
4:34am
Chippewa Herald. Sen. Tammy Baldwin: Opioid crisis hits home for all of us.
4:31am
Governing. Despite Farm Bill fail, advocates of food stamp work requirements succeed elsewhere.

Politics

2:38pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statement on Supreme Court private arbitration case.
11:40am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Democracy for America (DFA) endorses.
10:54am
Godlewski for State Treasurer. Top Democrats from across Wisconsin endorse.
6:24am
Gronik for Governor. It's time for more conversations: Andy Gronik welcomes productive conversations from both sides of the aisle.
6:23am
Kohl for 6th Congress. Grothman abusing taxpayer-funded resources for re-election.
6:04am
Lotfi for 77th Assembly. Launches Dem Assembly bid for 77th District.

1:44pm
Cap Times. Field of candidates vying to represent 77th Assembly District grows to four.
11:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic governor candidates face Friday deadline.
5:54am
WKOW. 4th Democrat enters race for Madison Assembly seat.
5:47am
Fox 6. Activist at vigil for Texas victims calls Republicans 'spineless' for failing to enact tougher gun laws.
5:34am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Brad Schimel planned to keep secret records of trip, his emails show.
4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP U.S. Senate candidates tell group they want personhood law, no-exceptions abortion ban.
4:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. 'Dirty money" Madisonians grapple with GOP's pre-election tax rebate.

Friday May 18, 2018

Governor

10:21am
Gov. Walker. And First Lady Walker discuss importance of Trauma-Informed Care during Two Rivers School District visit.

12:31pm
Cap Times. Child tax rebate claims exceed 200,000 after just three days.
5:02am
WBAY. Governor "willing to listen" about CWD regulations.
5:01am
WAOW. Governor encourages parents to claim child tax rebate.

Legislative

12:10pm
Rep. Taylor. Statement on the Santa Fe High School tragedy.
5:37am
Rep. Hintz. Democrats warned of staffing shortages at Winnebago one year ago.
5:33am
Rep. Ed Brooks. Column: An honor and a privilege.

10:53am
Isthmus. Culling the collection.
8:55am
Racine Journal Times. If you're excited about sports gambling in Wisconsin, you will have to be patient.
5:23am
La Crosse Tribune. Rep. Doyle receives Governor's foster care award.

State Agencies

3:02pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin's record-low unemployment rate of 2.8% ranks 5th nationally, ties for 1st in Midwest.
11:48am
DOC. 41 correctional officers graduate from local pre-service academy held in Green Bay.
10:18am
OCI. Bulletin: Updated guidance regarding coverage of equipment and supplies for treatment of diabetes.
5:38am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
5:31am
ETF. GIB approves no-cost telehealth services, other changes for 2019.

8:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Overtime in Wisconsin prisons tops $42 million as state wrestles with worker shortage.

Economy/Business

5:55am
U.S. News & World Report. The death of the summer job.
5:49am
WISN. Contract confusion: Trucking company banned from state work awarded Foxconn contract.
5:08am
Fox 11. Record-low unemployment rate: Employers struggle to find workers.
4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Twin Ports residents express doubts over environmental monitoring after refinery incident.
4:49am
CBS 58. McDonald's hoping to hire 5,500 new employees in Wisconsin this summer.

Environment/Outdoors

5:07am
WQOW. Wisconsin deer farmer explains CWD resistance breeding.

Statewide

3:04pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. NCUA opinion letter preempts WI state law.
11:45am
Wisconsin Aging and Advocacy Network. More than 150 people rally to support advocacy day.

4:47am
Fox 6. 'Our babies matter:' Efforts aim to lower infant mortality rate among African-American newborns.

Courts

8:51am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Shaun M. Sanders.
8:50am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. DeAnthony K. Muldrow.
8:50am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Lamont Donnell Sholar.

5:05am
WXPR. Few attorneys answering call to defend poor due to low pay.

Education

3:05pm
DPI. Evers statement on Native American education MOU.
12:42pm
UW-Eau Claire. Nine to receive alumni awards.
11:18am
UW-Eau Claire. Gift to fund first nursing faculty chair.
8:48am
UW-River Falls. Karges Center deconstruction scheduled to begin Monday.
5:32am
UW-Platteville. Once again leads state in ROI.
5:28am
MPS. Statement from Superintendent Dr. Darienne Driver.

Local

5:34am
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Resolution focusing on drag racing spectators moves forward.

5:07am
Fox 6. 'Overwhelming the system:' Milwaukee Co. DA faces challenge in rash of overdose death cases.
4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fed-up city officials propose moving illegal street racing to Milwaukee Mile.

Congress

4:23pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Responds to failed Farm Bill vote.
3:01pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Trump administration continues to undermine access to birth control.
12:42pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Votes to confirm Haspel as CIA Director.
5:28am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. "We need to help businesses."

11:17am
The Hill. House rejects farm bill as conservatives revolt.
5:26am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Mueller's silence rattles D.C. as Russia probe's first year passes.
5:09am
Reuters. Some U.S. House Republicans see progress on 'Dreamer' immigration deal.
5:00am
U.S. News & World Report. NAFTA left in limbo.
4:57am
The Hill. Ryan: 'Compromise' in the works for controversial drug pricing bill.
4:56am
Chicago Tribune. GOP moderates push immigration debate as White House and Ryan reopen talks. Politico.
4:54am
USA Today. 1 million vets get VA-funded private-sector care through program set to run out of money.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin voters against CIA nominee Gina Haspel as Senate confirms appointment. U.S. News & World Report.

Politics

3:00pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statemetn on Santa Fe High School shooting.
12:27pm
Gov. Walker. In the News: Gov. Walker follows up campaign agenda announcement with record-setting week.
11:48am
Gronik for Governor. Democratic candidates flip-flop on unaccountable private school vouchers. 
10:56am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Denounces Senator Baldwin for hypocritical Haspel vote.
10:22am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Walker, Foxconn, and Hammes: Crony capitalism at its worst!
5:37am
Steil for 1st Congress. Gov. Tommy G. Thompson endorses.
5:30am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Releases Election Observation report: Findings and recommendations.

8:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Glenn Grothman draws fire for outspending fellow House members from state on mail-related costs.
8:53am
Racine Journal Times. U.S. Senate candidate Vukmir advocates for 'the wall' in Racine visit.
8:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kamala Harris to appear at Tammy Baldwin rally next month.
5:22am
Juneau County Star-Times. Art Shrader makes second bid for Assembly, rails against partisan gerrymandering.
5:05am
Daily Reporter. Democrat Bryce's brother considered running against him.
5:01am
CBS 58. Republican described as "gay christian conservative" joins race to replace Paul Ryan.
4:50am
Fox 21. Wisconsin Senate candidate's top priority expanding Husky Refinery.
4:49am
WDIO. Democrats gather for Wisconsin congressional race ahead of battle against Rep. Duffy.

Thursday May 17, 2018

Governor

3:09pm
Gov. Walker. Encourages eligible parents, grandparents, and guardians to visit ChildTaxRebate.wi.gov and claim their $100-per-chilld tax rebate.

Budget

4:54am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Hintz blasts Walker budget requests.

Legislative

3:51pm
Rep. Steffen. Named Champion of Children's Health.
11:03am
ABC of Wisconsin. Fitzgerald named ABC of WI's 2017 Legislator of the Year.
11:01am
Sen. Feyen. Weekly Republican Radio Address: Wisconsin Fast Forward providing real results.
10:10am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic radio address: Stroke Awareness Month.

4:55am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Brooks says constituents support gas tax and fee hikes for roads.
4:46am
CBS 58. Wisconsin Democrats hold town hall meeting on Foxconn in Sheboygan.

State Agencies

3:56pm
AG Schimel. Statement on 10 percent drop in opioid prescriptions in Wisconsin.
3:50pm
DMA. Dark Sky exercise enhances partnerships, interoperability.
3:49pm
DOJ. Second kNOw Meth methamphetamine enforcement public safety summit held in Ashland.
3:29pm
DOT. Replacement license plate stickers avilable online.
3:11pm
WMC. Wisconsin reforms lead to another historic drop in unemployment rate.
2:52pm
WHEDA. Gov. Walker signs state tax credit legislation into law.
2:25pm
DOJ. Top Cop's quick action saves lives.
10:06am
DOT. State Patrol aerial enforcement set for Friday and Saturday on U.S. 12 in Sauk County.
9:36am
Gov. Walker. 2.8%: Wisconsin achieves new all-time low unemployment rate.
9:35am
DOT. Reminder: Click It or Ticket seat belt mobilization begins Monday.
9:33am
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin unemployment rate declines to new record low of 2.8%

12:00pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin unemployment falls to record-low 2.8 percent.
4:44am
WSAW. Only 200 kits left to be tested in Wisconsin rape kit backlog.
4:42am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. DNR looks to set hearing on new CWD regulations.
4:40am
Oshkosh Northwestern. No criminal charges in connection to Winnebago Mental Health patient death.

Economy/Business

9:34am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. To host second annual veterans business conference.

Statewide

10:52am
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin. What they're saying: Wisconsin residents voice support for Stand With Crime Victims pledge.

4:51am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Health officials urge bystanders to help those who overdose.

Courts

4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawyers, judges, ask Wisconsin Supreme Court to increase defense lawyer pay. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

12:58pm
UW-River Falls. Registration extended for test preparation classes.
12:55pm
UW-River Falls. Open house informational sessions for teachers offered.
12:53pm
UW-Madison. Fast start, great mentors, natural aptitude and total passion; ingredients of a legendary career in nursing research.

1:48pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. How poor road conditions are taking a toll on 1 rural school district.
12:04pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. MATC rolling out new free-tuition program to lure working adults back to finish college.
4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Madison plans to increase families incomes.
4:41am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. How generous are teacher benefits and do they make up for lower pay?
4:40am
Fond du Lac Reporter. School names in UW System will remain the same, for now.

Local

2:31pm
PPG, Shur-Line, Waukesha Labor Council. Revitalize Indian Mound Scout Reservation. 
1:45pm
Village of Mount Pleasant. To hold first monthly Foxconn project briefing.
12:54pm
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Statement on La Keisha Butler recommendation.
10:58am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County announces land acquisition for Cherokee Marsh which will increase conservation efforts and recreational opportunities.
10:57am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County announces land acquisition to double size of Verona's Fireman's Park.
10:55am
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Appointed to federal advocacy committee with National League of Cities.
10:54am
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. A pillar in the community, a naming in his honor.

4:48am
Fox 11. Study reveals Oneida Nation's $744 million impact on parts of Northeast Wisconsin.

Congress

1:35pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on the nomination of Gina Haspel for CIA Director.
10:59am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on expected right to try vote in the House.
10:07am
WMC. Responds to Sen. Tammy Baldwin's anti-worker freedom legislation.
6:09am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. And Trump administration officials discuss need for legislation to stop the flow of illicit fentanyl into America.

1:37pm
Fox 11. Baldwin to vote against CIA nominee Haspel.
12:05pm
The Hill. House to vote to send 'right to try' bill to Trump's desk next week.
5:34am
New York Times. Republicans escalate bitter fight over judicial nominations.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin politicians weigh in on debates over SNAP, Farm Bill.
4:45am
The Hill. Dem rep to launch discharge petition to force net neutrality vote in House.
4:39am
Reuters. Senate approves bill in bid to retain U.S. net neutrality.
4:38am
The Hill. GOP leaders huddle with discharge petition backers, opponents.

Politics

2:51pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Gov. Walker follows through once again on commitment to lowering tax burden.
2:24pm
Boivin for 1st Congress. Constitutional conservative  & mental health professional announces run.
2:22pm
RPW. What they're saying: Walker's optimism vs. the Left's anger.
1:43pm
RGA. GOP governor Scott Walker's pro-jobs leadership delivers: Wisconsin unemployment falls to record low.
12:51pm
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel election ad blames families, not his pharmaceutical donors for opioid crisis.
12:02pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Launches first statewide ad highlighting efforts to fight opioid abuse.
10:03am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Endorses Mahlon Mitchell for Wisconsin governor.
8:46am
Bolen for 25th Senate. Let's think bigger: Superior refinery provides opportunity.
6:11am
Women's March Wisconsin, SNAP, National Organization for Women, Indivisible Madison. Our response to Matt Flynn's "disinformation campaign" fundraising appeal.

11:58am
U.S. News & World Report. Vinehout commits to governor race; Mitchell gets endorsement.
4:56am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Andre Jacque, Caleb Frostman to square off in special election for 1st Senate District.
4:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Is it finally time for Congressional term limits?
4:52am
WSAW. U.S. Senate race heats up following Vukmir's endorsement.
4:50am
Sawyer County Record. Democratic primary candidate forum set for May 17 in Cable.
4:49am
Juneau County Star-Times. Margaret Engebretson looks to unseat Sean Duffy.
4:47am
WKOW. Vukmir capitalizes on GOP endorsement, new ad from super PAC.
4:44am
Chippewa Herald. Third Wisconsin veterans' tour draws in candidate for U.S. Senate seat at Chippewa Falls stop.

Wednesday May 16, 2018

Governor

2:14pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Barron County District Attorney.
9:17am
Gov. Walker. Announces 10% drop in opioid prescriptions dispensed over the past year.
5:14am
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Register of Deeds of Florence County.

4:59am
WTMJ. Wisconsin hires extra staff to handle child tax rebate claims.
4:53am
WJFW. Child tax rebate latest: More than 71,000 claim credit in opening hours.
4:53am

Fox 11. Gov. Walker promotes child tax rebate at local Fleet Farm as website to sign up goes live.

Budget

11:44am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Governor Walker's failure to invest in Wisconsin's future.
5:13am
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker orders no increases for priorities like road funding, job training in next state budget.

12:29pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker orders no new spending for most agencies in next state budget.
5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker to state agencies: No new spending in next budget; exceptions for K-12, Medicaid.

Legislative

10:46am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Watching my son cross the stage.

State Agencies

3:40pm
WEDC. City of Beloit receives $250,000 state grant to support downtown project.
12:50pm
DOJ. Top Cop at Oshkosh Police Department saves a life with crisis negotiation skills.
10:48am
DMA. Volk Field to host Northern Lighting exercise May 14-25.
9:13am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Old World Wisconsin opens for 2018 season.

5:45am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Death of psychiatric patient on state's watch under review by district attorney.
4:55am
WBAY. Operation Dark Sky begins in Fox Valley.

Economy/Business

11:45am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. SJA Financial Advisory, LLC joins as newest Gold Founding Member.
11:43am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Serial software exec, UW grad Erickson to speak June 6 at Entrepreneurs' Conference.

5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Farm income plummets nationally as Wisconsin farmers face wet fields.
4:55am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn seeking bids for first building in Mount Pleasant.

Statewide

3:37pm
Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum. Announces Energize WI Tour.

5:10am
ABC News. In Wisconsin, businesses find success in keeping it local and made in America.
5:02am
MinnPost. Wisconsin is coming for Minnesota's millennials.
5:00am
WBAY. Green Bay tops as drunkest city in America.

Courts

9:03am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michael R. Bauer.
9:02am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Philip M. Kleinsmith.

5:10am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin attorneys urge court to let them represent Evers.
5:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election-year legal battle between Scott Walker and Tony Evers arrives at Supreme Court.
5:02am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Oneida Tribe unsure if it will pursue sports betting following Supreme Court ruling.

Education

3:41pm
UW-Platteville. Hansen named interim associate vice chancellor.
3:41pm
UW-Platteville. Deans named for Baraboo/Sauk County and Richland Campuses.
2:09pm
UW-Stout. Graduate gets surprise proposal on commencement day.

10:00am
CBS 58. More than 450 Wisconsin schools have applied for safety grants.

Local

3:39pm
Madison Mayor Soglin, RENEW Wisconsin. City of Madison launches 2018 solar programs for homes & businesses.
2:10pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County secures grant to bolster lakes clean up efforts.
11:46am
Waukesha County Health and Human Services. Lives saved in first year of Waukesha County's plan to fight opioid crisis.
9:57am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Washington County launches Cycling Without Age program.
9:14am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. New video: 'Overdose Prevention - We Can All Save a Life.'
5:22am
Greater Whitewater Committee. New housing development in Whitewater.
5:13am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. And DA Ozanne announce new domestic violence efforts.

11:51am
Reuters. House Speaker Ryan moves to stop Republican revolt on immigration.
5:05am
La Crosse Tribune. Local officials show off crumbling roads to highlight funding shortfalls.
5:03am
Kenosha News. Somers officials advance I-94 land use plan.

Congress

9:11am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. A quality Farm Bill is worth the wait.

5:06am
The Hill. House lawmakers vote to give modest budget cuts to EPA, Interior.
4:58am
The Hill. Ryan schedules U.S. election security briefing for lawmakers.
4:56am
The Hill. Freedom Caucus weighs option to derail forced vote on immigration.
4:54am
WXOW. Kind looks to add to Farm Bill.

Politics

4:43pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Pro-family, pro-life champion Andre Jacque wins First Senate District Special Election.
2:08pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Releases statement on Farm Bill negotiations.
12:51pm
Wisconsin Next PAC. Launches new ad 'Endorsed' for U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir.
12:27pm
Roys for Governor. Wins all three recent straw polls.
9:58am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Announces ad campaign.
9:18am
Gronik for Governor. Follow the money: Foxconn edition.
9:15am
Pro-Life Victory Fund PAC. Jacque wins special election Senate primary.
5:29am
Renard for 1st Senate. Statement on primary election results.
5:28am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Democrats poised to flip another GOP seat.
5:24am
Kurtz for 50th Assembly. Organic farmer, 20 year Army veteran Tony Kurtz announces run for Assembly.
5:15am
RPW. Candidate for U.S. Senate Leah Vukmir and WisGOP announce statewide grassroots endorsement victory tour.

12:48pm
Daily Reporter. Jacque in the box: Prevailing-wage opponent wins GOP nomination for Senate.
11:49am
La Crosse Tribune. Tony Kurtz, former Ron Kind challenger, running for Wisconsin Assembly.
9:06am
Governing. Could U.S. Senate races impact gubernatorial races?
5:34am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Costs of special elections.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Andre Jacque, Jon Plumer win GOP special election primaries. Wisconsin State Journal.
5:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Homeowners pressured to sell for Foxconn draws interest in governor's race.
4:57am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Nicholson confident in his chances for Wis. U.S. Senate seat.
4:56am
Racine Journal Times. Delagrave, Farrow endorse Steil for Congress.
4:52am
WEAU. U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson meets with Chippewa Valley veteran.

Tuesday May 15, 2018

Governor

12:56pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Ashland County District Attorney.
12:39pm
Gov. Walker. Announces launch of ChildTaxRebate.wi.gov $100-per-child tax rebate application for Wisconsin families.

3:13pm
Fox 6. Want your $100 Wisconsin child tax rebate? Take these important steps.
8:06am
Cap Times. Former DOT head is Scott Walker's chief critic on transportation.
4:40am
Fox 6. 'A moral imperative': Gov. Walker weighs state takeover of Milwaukee Public Schools.
4:39am
WISC. Walker says Supreme Court's sports gambling decision will not affect Wisconsin.

Budget

5:18am
Gov. Walker. Letter to agencies regarding 2019-21 budget. Major budget policies 2019-21.

Legislative

2:56pm
Rep. Tranel. Statement on the retirement of Rep. Ed Brooks.
2:52pm
Rep. Subeck. Wisconsin ranks among worst in nation on gender wage gap.
2:48pm
Sen. Shilling. Foxconn ties to Walker campaign exposed.
12:51pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Endorse Josh Kaul for Attorney General.
10:38am
Rep. Steineke. Statement on retirement of Rep. Ed Brooks.
5:13am
Shrader for 50th Assembly. Statement on the retirement of state Rep. Ed Brooks.

3:05pm
DrydenWire. Rep. Jarchow named Legislator of the Year by Wisconsin Builders Association.
4:51am
Chicago Tribune. Bush resolution urges Wisconsin to rethink environmental regulation cuts.
4:49am
Reedsburg Times-Press. State Rep. Ed Brooks won't seek reelection.

State Agencies

2:59pm
DCF. First Lady and DCF Secretary honor Green Bay Packer Ty Montgomery and his mother, Lisa Montgomery.
2:58pm
DCF. First Lady and DCF Secretary recognize Sun Prairie foster parents.
2:55pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:54pm
DCF. First Lady and DCF Secretary recognize Verona foster parents.
10:38am
WEDC. Staff members receive national economic development certification.

Economy/Business

12:43pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Major Walker donor named chief planner for Foxconn project.

4:37am
WSAW. Grow North meeting spurs conversation to strengthen workforce in northern Wis. WJFW.

Statewide

12:45pm
Transportation Development Association. La Crosse Co. Rough Road Tour keeps spotlight on crumbling infrastructure.

5:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Drug use by workers, job applicants at highest rate in more than a decade.
4:52am
New Scientist. Huge new Facebook data leak exposed intimate details of 3M users.

Courts

2:46pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Seeks volunteers for committees and boards.
8:51am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. At the Wisconsin Supreme Court in Koschkee v. Evers.
8:45am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Penny L. Springer v. Nohl Electric Products Corp.

3:07pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker vs. Tony Evers: The governor and a Democratic challenger go before the Supreme Court.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Supreme Court sports betting ruling expected to have no immediate impact in Wisconsin.

Education

3:02pm
UW-Stout. Student returns to school 34 years later to finish his degree.
2:50pm
UW-River Falls. English language transition director earns Fulbright Award.
2:49pm
UW-River Falls. College of Business and Economics students recognized for exceptional leadership.
9:52am
Carthage College. Presidential historian to share insight into divisive U.S. political culture.
8:16am
MPS. Celebrates graduates.

4:45am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Abele, Microsoft giving $500,000 to bring computer science program to more Milwaukee schools.

Local

2:47pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Fire tragedy comes to N. 25th St.
8:15am
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department. First tonnage numbers of the season reported.
5:15am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 6 arrests.
5:11am
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Calls for returning farmers market to Domes.

8:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Cocaine-related deaths on the rise in Milwaukee County.
5:24am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Federal regulators: Granite Peak Ski Area withdrew water without federal license, may owe Domtar.
5:04am
Duluth News Tribune. Water worries follow Husky fire.
4:41am
CBS 58. Mount Pleasant residents confront village board about Foxconn.

Congress

3:00pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces legislation to strengthen labor protections for public safety workers.
12:53pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Leads bipartisan call to stand up for American cheese producers.
8:48am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson, McCaskill, Hoeven, Heitkamp introduce legislation to protect against drone threats.

5:22am
Reuters. NAFTA 'hot topics' unresolved as deal deadline looms, says U.S. official Ross.
4:44am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson: 'Give President Trump a great deal of credit' for summit with North Korean leader.
4:43am
Washington Post. Senate bill would expand federal counter-drone powers, including at local 'mass gatherings.'
4:35am
Reuters. U.S. to consider expanding Medicare drug price negotiation.
4:35am
The Hill. Trump to press GOP on changing Senate rules.

Politics

3:04pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Same day voter registration needs to be protected.
3:03pm
Gronik for Governor. Gov. Scott Walker claims Democrats are filled with "hate and anger" at WISGOP convention.
3:01pm
NARAL Pro-Choice America. Endorses Kelda Roys for governor.
2:51pm
Steil for 1st Congress. County Executives back.
12:57pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin still won't say where she stands on Haspel.
12:54pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Calls on Steil to disclose his position on net neutrality.
10:40am
Wisconsin Voices. Assails GOP vote to end same-day registration.
9:26am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign launches next statewide TV ad highlighting support for worker training, manufacturing jobs in Wisconsin.
9:24am
Kaump for State Treasurer. Announces campaign.
8:50am
Neylon for 98th Assembly. Wisconsin Jobs & Economy Chairman Neylon on tax cuts.
8:46am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Wisconsin GOP backs Leah Vukmir for U.S. Senate.
8:14am
Barca for Assembly. Rules out run for Congress.
8:12am
McCabe for Governor. Remove state barriers to local democracy to empower communities, McCabe proposes.
5:15am
Flynn for Governor. Progressive women correct the record.
5:14am
Ryan for 1st Congress. We have an opportunity to help people reach the American dream.
5:12am
Gronik for Governor. Is the only candidate with the courage to take on Gov. Scott Walker.
5:10am
RPW. In the News: Wisconsin Republicans champion results and vow to continue moving Wisconsin forward at annual convention.

3:16pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker on his favorite Assembly Democrat, the difference between the two parties and the secret to his food photos.
8:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Congressional candidate Cathy Myers took homestead credit in Illinois while living and voting in Wisconsin.
8:08am
Kenosha News. Barca rules out run for Congress.
5:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. With GOP U.S. Senate endorsement in hand, Leah Vukmir prepares to tour party offices.
4:50am
Cap Times. Matt Flynn campaign says attacks on his work with Archdiocese are a 'smear campaign.'
4:48am
U.S. News & World Report. GOP races to set field for 2 legislative special elections.
4:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Two Democratic gubernatorial candidates drop out.

Monday May 14, 2018

Governor

4:27pm
Gov. Walker. Rides into VISIT Milwaukee Annual Meeting on 2018 Harley-Davidson Road King to highlight Wisconsin's growing tourism industry.
3:34pm
Gov. Walker. Promotes workforce development at Grow North Regional Economic Development Corporation's Annual Meeting.

5:10am
Fox 11. Walker lays out proposed CWD plan in Ashwaubenon.

Legislative

5:09pm
Rep. Ed Brooks. Says 10 years in the Legislature has been awesome.
3:32pm
Sen. Feyen. To host town hall meetings.
3:29pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on plastic in water findings.
10:34am
Rep. Ballweg. Wisconsin now accepting applications for $100 per-child tax rebate.

3:54pm
AP. Vos, lawmakers took $4,300 trip to Ohio on state airplane.
2:41pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Robin Vos, other Wisconsin lawmakers billed taxpayers $4,300 for one-day trip to Ohio.
6:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Republican legislative staffer fired this month amid harassment concerns.
5:08am
Cap Times. Rep. Subeck, Rep. Brostoff and Sen. Johnson: Dems have plan to address long-term care crisis.

State Agencies

4:28pm
WEDC. Foxconn, Kwik Trip projects receive national acclaim.
10:33am
DMA. National Guard to canvass Omro as part of Dark Sky exercise.
5:53am
DOJ. Clark County officer involved death investigation.

3:40pm
WDIO. Wis. DOJ again concludes undercover video shows no election fraud.

Economy/Business

12:51pm
Foxconn. Appoints Hammes Company as master planner for its world-class Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park.
12:28pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Digital duet: Couple to win 'Seize the Day' award June 5 at Entrepreneur's Conference.

3:41pm
WKOW. Foxconn selects company with close ties to Walker.
3:41pm
Daily Reporter. Foxconn taps Hammes to map out massive Mount Pleasant campus.
9:00am
Racine Journal Times. With Foxconn coming: What will happen to Somers?
6:01am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Work underway, but Foxconn site prep will take until August 2019.
5:16am
Daily Reporter. Subcontractor booted from Foxconn project after WisDOT work ban comes to light.
5:11am
Daily Reporter. Editorial: Never mind who will work in the Foxconn plant. Who will work on it?

Environment/Outdoors

9:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Study finds tiny bits of plastic in beer samples, including in Milwaukee.

Statewide

3:38pm
Quarles & Brady. Partner Raye Daugherty named among 2018 Women in the Law.
3:37pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Survey seeks opinions on 'Wisconsin Cheese' label.
11:57am
Wisconsin Aging and Advocacy Network. The Third Annual Wisconsin Aging Advocacy Day to take place on May 16, 2018.
11:53am
WHCA/WiCAL. Skilled Nursing Care Week highlights the selfless work of Wisconsin's long-term caregivers.
9:17am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Protecting communities from disaster.

3:44pm
WBAY. Wisconsin taxpayers can apply for child tax rebate May 15.
9:01am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Wisconsin's rising pedestrian deaths: 'We need people to wake up.'
8:57am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: The Electoral College is good for Wisconsin.
5:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Stop Illinois' bid to ease lake barriers.
4:59am
Fox 6. 'Lasting impact:' 4 names added to Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial.

Courts

2:50pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Supreme Court rules Congress can't require states to prohibit sports betting.

9:26am
Bloomberg. Federal sports-wagering ban overturned by U.S. Supreme Court.

Education

3:30pm
UW-Madison. Homo naledi had a tiny brain but it looked a lot like ours.
12:52pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI.. Five educators named Wisconsin Teachers of the Year.
11:55am
UW-Stout. Best of 2017-18: Students, groups earn Wood, leadership, co-op awards.
10:31am
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Benjamin Grignon named a 2019 High School Teacher of the Year.
10:30am
UW-Stout. Graduate's social media comedy sketches viewed a billion times.
9:14am
Ted Kanavas Memorial Scholarship. Celebrates "Ted Kanavas Day," announces inaugural scholarship recipient.

5:07am
WBAY. UW Oshkosh weighing name change.
5:06am
Duluth News Tribune. The cost of innovation: Will efforts to help UWS thrive hurt its mission?
5:00am
Racine Journal Times. Proposed Gateway budget raises taxes, tuition.

Local

3:36pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant village officials threaten and censor Foxconn area residents.
3:34pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Henry Vilas Zoo wins national award.
3:33pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Employer support of the Guard and Reserve annual "Breakfast With the Boss."
10:32am
Waukesha County Parks and Land Use. Residents asked to keep propane cylinders out of recycling containers.
9:15am
Greater Green Bay Chamber. Public service announcement: Parents, We Need You.

6:03am
Fox 6. 'An unusual amount:' Medical examiner responds to 5 probable overdose deaths in less than 24 hours.
5:10am
WISC. 'It's going to help save this little farm': Dane County farmer to grow industrial hemp for CBD oil.
5:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Information limited on success of programs aimed at keeping low-level criminals out of jail.
5:01am
CBS 58. Milwaukee Black Panthers demand action from Tosa Police after incident at Mayfair Mall.

Congress

4:29pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Reacts to Jerusalem Embassy opening.

5:38am
River Falls Journal. Ron Kind talks education, gun violence, budgets.
4:58am
The Hill. Ryan, GOP scramble to win support for controversial farm bill.

Politics

3:38pm
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. (Updated) The Collective PAC endorses.
3:31pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Raised $700,000 halfway through Quarter 2.
3:27pm
Wachs for Governor. Says Walker is using taxpayer money to line the pockets of his donors.
11:23am
Vruwink for 43rd Assembly. Turns in nomination papers for re-election.
10:29am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker delivers electrifying speech to announce campaign agenda.
5:59am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker rallies conservative grassroots army as he rolls out campaign agenda to help Wisconsin win the 21st century.
5:58am
Ryan for 1st Congress. We have made a big difference, our future is bright, our philosophy works, and our best days are yet ahead.
5:53am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Wisconsin GOP chooses with historic endorsement.
5:52am
Gronik for Governor. Statement in anticipation of Gov. Scott Walker's speech to WisGOP convention.
5:51am
Walker for Governor. Announces campaign agenda to help Wisconsin win 21st century at Republican Party of Wisconsin State Convention.
5:49am
RAGA. Stands with Brad Schimel.
5:48am
One Wisconsin Now. Hendricks beats Uihlein.

9:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. GOP candidates vie for vacant legislative seats in Tuesday's special elections.
9:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dems plan to quickly pivot to general election to avoid being caught flat-footed in Wisconsin governor's race.
8:59am
Cap Times. Scott Walker's campaign stump speech challenged in interview.
5:39am
Racine Journal Times. 'Thank you for the opportunity:' Ryan gives final state GOP convention speech in office.
5:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans compete to advance in special elections to fill vacant legislative seats.
5:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: Tony Evers 'failed' to take over Milwaukee schools. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 
5:31am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker floats splitting up Milwaukee School District.
5:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. Democrats running for governor would seek to roll back school vouchers.
5:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. Leah Vukmir gets state GOP endorsement over Kevin Nicholson in U.S. Senate primary. The Hill. Washington Post.
5:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker delivers upbeat speech and rouses delegates at GOP convention in Milwaukee.
5:26am
WTMJ. Protesters clash with Gov. Walker supporters outside Milwaukee event.
5:24am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker, Republicans issue warnings about Democratic wins. Wisconsin Public Radio. Cap Times.
5:21am
U.S. News & World Report. Johnson says he wouldn't have used 'Team Terrorist' image.
5:20am
The Hill. Paul Ryan: Trump will be an 'asset' in midterms. Cap Times.
5:15am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Little Chute Democrat Scott Gavin seeks 3rd Assembly District seat.
5:14am
Wisconsin State Journal. Candidates lining up for open Assembly seat on Madison's West Side.
5:12am
WXOW. Democrat running for Wisconsin's 96th Assembly District.
5:04am
CNN. Wisconsin Senate candidate says furor over comment about Democratic veterans is 'fake outrage.'
5:03am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: State Republicans need to be motivated, optimistic, Walker says.

Friday May 11, 2018

Governor

1:42pm
Gov. Walker. Honors Wisconsin's fallen law enforcement officers at 28th Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony.
12:46pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff on Tuesday, May 15 for Peace Officers Memorial Day.
11:41am
Gov. Walker. Calls for more public land for hunting and fishing at the 84th Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress.

2:25pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker announces nearly 21K-acre preservation initiative in northern Wisconsin.

Legislative

2:52pm
Rep. Allen. Appointed Vice-Chairman of the Study Committee on Property Tax Assessment Practices.

State Agencies

11:42am
DFI. Credit unions' net income, loan growth again up by double digits.
11:40am
DATCP. Camping this summer? Leave firewood at home.
11:38am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.
10:05am
DFI Sec. Risch. How to pay for college? Consider opening an Edvest account.
9:58am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Pleased by DOJ action.
9:57am
Wisconsin Historical Society. The Grand Avenue Elementary School listed in National Register of Historic Places.
6:02am
AG Schimel. And stakeholders resolve questions surrounding DATCP industrial hemp research pilot program.
6:01am
Sen. Testin. AG Schimel agrees that Wisconsinites can produce CBD oil under hemp pilot program.
5:57am
Rep. Kremer. Holds encouraging meeting with DOJ officials on industrial hemp CBD oil production in Wisconsin.
5:55am
First Lady Walker. And First Spouses receive award for Trauma-Informed Care from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
5:52am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

2:38pm
NBC 15. Georgia company asks DNR to review sand plant permit ruling.
5:38am
WDIO. AG now says hemp farmers can produce CBD oil.
5:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. DOJ clarifies position, allows manufacture and sale of CBD oil.

Economy/Business

5:14am
Fox 6. Foxconn, Wisconsin colleges announce 'smart cities' contest: 'We want to seek out the best ideas.' Wisconsin Public Radio.
5:08am
Racine Journal Times. Illinois Senate to get involved in Foxconn squabble with state.
5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Harley-Davidson shareholders ask questions, but media kept out of annual meeting.
5:02am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn groundbreaking ceremony to be held June 28.

Statewide

12:44pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Praises grant program addressing Wisconsin physician shortage.

6:03am
Fox 6. Opioid epidemic quadruples number of organ donors in WI: 'Their loved ones live on, but at a high price.'
5:18am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Cancer docs OK with pot.
5:06am
WTMJ. Report shows spike in number of children killed with guns in Wisconsin.

Courts

12:46pm
Natural Resources Development Association. Statement on Meteor Timber's petition to appeal.
9:44am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Archie A. Talley v. Mustafa Mustafa.

1:44pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A long-haul defense lawyer makes do with Wisconsin's lowest-in-nation pay.
4:56am
Marshfield News-Herald. State of Wisconsin urges U.S. Supreme Court to deny Brendan Dassey's petition for review.

Education

12:41pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Maggie McHugh named 2019 Middle School Teacher of the Year.
9:43am
MPS. Four high schools nationally recognized by U.S. News & World Report.
9:41am
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Liz Gulden named 2019 Elementary Teacher of the Year.
5:49am
UW-Stevens Point. Musical theatre executive to address graduates.
5:48am
UW Health. Next generation cancer trials should combine radiation therapy with newer drugs.

10:02am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point faculty report asks leaders to cut fewer majors, take more time.
5:01am
Baraboo News Republic. Enrollment counts expose loophole in Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. 
5:00am
Fox 6. 'We want the rules to change:' Father of choking victim wants CPR training for school staff.

Local

3:29pm
Applauds resumption of full reproductive health services at Planned Parenthood Sheboygan facility.
3:28pm
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Resumes full reproductive health services in Sheboygan at newly renovated facility.
1:50pm
National Association of Counties, Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department. Earns national achievement award.
1:48pm
Milwaukee Alds. Hamilton, Rainey. Promise Zone Bike Ride tomorrow come rain or shine.
9:46am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. Launches new website.

5:09am
CBS 58. Referendum on legalizing weed passes Milwaukee County committee.
4:58am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Milwaukee among eight cities contending for 2020 Democratic National Convention.
4:56am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 'Dark store' question won't go to Dunn County voters.

Congress

10:06am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Applauds confirmation of Judge Michael Brennan for 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.

5:12am
La Crosse Tribune. Republicans override Dem objections to confirm federal judge.
5:04am
USA Today. Paul Ryan tries to squelch GOP immigration rebellion before it gets too much traction.
5:03am
Bloomberg. U.S. Congress needs notice of Nafta deal by next week, Ryan says.

Politics

2:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. No gifts for college grads from Republicans this weekend.
12:43pm
Imes for 77th Assembly. Elected official, nonprofit leader and small business owner announces candidacy.
11:45am
Wachs for Governor. "Wisconsin knows the real Scott Walker," says Rep. Dana Wachs as GOP convention begins.
11:44am
One Wsiconsin Now. Wisconsin Republican state convention features 'pay to pray' event with Gov. Scott Walker, Attorney General Brad Schimel.
11:37am
State Senate Democratic Committee. After tumultuous year, GOP bracing for the worst.
9:42am
RPW. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch welcomes grassroots activists from across the state to Republican Party of Wisconsin convention.
6:00am
Loudenbeck for 31st Assembly. Achieves ballot access.
5:53am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Finalist for national award for election observation program.
5:50am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Wisconsin needs a "fix."

2:36pm
Columbus Journal. Columbus' Schroeder makes bid for State Assembly race.
12:40pm
Cap Times. Democratic governor candidate Kelda Roys: Women in 2018 are saying 'we're going to do this.'
9:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP primary Tuesday will select nominees for special elections in two closely watched Wisconsin legislative districts.
5:39am
Isthmus. Campaignless.
5:26am
WQOW. Eau Claire group joins call for Matt Flynn to drop out of governor's race.
5:05am
AP. Facing anti-Washington winds, Senate Democrats point to home.
4:58am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson: Weaker GOP U.S. Senate candidate should drop out sometime after convention.

Thursday May 10, 2018

Governor

5:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker open to state helping pay for double fencing at deer farms.
5:21am
WKOW. Deer farmers could shut down under Gov. Walker's CWD proposal.
5:13am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Allouez hopes petition will convince Gov. Scott Walker to close Green Bay Correctional.
5:10am
WISN. Walker says state can't help Walworth County man awaiting deportation.

Legislative

1:44pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Statement on UW System funding for agriculture educators.
1:39pm
Legislative Democrats. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding agriculture educator funding.
1:39pm
Legislative Democrats. Letter to UW System President Cross regarding agriculture educator funding.
1:35pm
Sen. Shilling. Republican confusion threatens hemp industry.
1:16pm
Rep. Hebl. Joins call to fully fund education in Wisconsin.
11:06am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: Teacher Appreciation Week.

State Agencies

2:50pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Taste hop-infused history at Old World Wisconsin!
12:13pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. Rebecca Comfort to join the Wisconsin Historical Society as the American Indian Nation Liaison.
11:04am
DATCP Sec. Harsdorf. Applauds new funding for producer-led projects.
9:00am
DFI. Announces $100,000 program for K-12 financial literacy grants.

5:23am
WISC. DOJ to issue updated memo about CBD oil extracted under hemp pilot program.
5:22am
WKOW. Farm Bureau meeting with AG over CBD oil production "very productive."

Economy/Business

11:08am
Foxconn. Announces $1 milliion "Smart City, Smart Future" competition; Partners with Wisconsin universities and technical colleges on statewide initiative.
9:07am
Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative. Again earns Top Workplace Award.

12:28pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn will invest $1 million in 'Smart Cities' competition for Wisconsin public and private colleges.
5:26am
Fox 6. 'It's taken a toll:' Move by village to declare Foxconn site blighted met with angry homeowners.
5:25am
Racine Journal Times. CDA approves redevelopment plan, Mount Pleasant could blight area. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:16am
Racine Journal Times. County approves $68 million in borrowing for Foxconn.
5:09am
Kenosha News. Editorial: Illinois AG off base in suit threat.

Statewide

11:12am
RENEW Wisconsin. Wisconsin nonprofits receive grants toward $1.2 million in solar energy projects.
11:02am
Kids Forward. Children killed by guns in Wisconsin reaches its highest number since 2003.

12:34pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State seeks different avenues to improve opioid addiction treatment.
5:56am
Duluth News Tribune. Plastic in most Great Lakes tap water, beer.
5:08am
WFRV. Nursing shortage hits home in Northeast Wisconsin.
4:56am
NBC 15. Romaine lettuce outbreak update: 149 sick in 29 states.

Courts

8:46am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Mark McNally v. Capital Cartage.
8:45am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Donald J. Thoma v. Village of Slinger.

Education

3:09pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Sarahi Monterrey named a 2019 High School Teacher of the Year.
1:36pm
UW-Stout. Receiving kidney from father inspired graduate to pursue science.
11:02am
UW-Stout. Thielman leads last commencement as university marshal.

5:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Students, faculty get word out on UW System budget cuts.
5:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Protesters call for more higher education funding. Daily Cardinal.

Local

5:40am
Baraboo Area Chamber of Commerce. Announces Presenting Sponsor fo the 2018 Big Top Parade.

5:04am
WTMJ. Milwaukee County committee looking for public feedback on marijuana referendum.
4:56am
WJFW. State requires Wisconsin counties to form sexual offender placement committees.

Congress

2:48pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Ahead of President Trump's prescription drug pricing speech, presses Trump administration on holding pharmaceutical companies accountable for price hikes.
1:34pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Blumenthal, Klobuchar. Call on NextSource to lower the skyrocketing price of life-saving cancer drug.
12:36pm
Gov. Walker. Congratulates Michael Brennan on confirmation to U.S. Court of Appeals.
12:09pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Statements on Sen. Ron Johnson and GOP vote to put Michael Brennan on federal court.

12:23pm
Reuters. U.S. 'net neutrality' rules will end June 11 - FCC.
5:17am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Wisconsin Congress members react to Iran deal withdrawal.
5:02am
Chicago Tribune. GOP efforts to disregard 'blue slips' and move forward with Wisconsin judge riles Dems.
4:58am
Bloomberg. GOP rebellion on immigration bill could force House vote.

Politics

2:51pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statement on Wisconsin gun violence statistic.
12:08pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Wisconsin's Foxconn bonus has job creators reaping benefits across the state.
11:05am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. State GOP backing newcomer in state Senate Special Election.
10:59am
One Wisconsin Now. What did Brad Schimel say to hate group at their conference?
5:44am
Jacque for 1st Senate. Campaign garners awards, additional endorsements from local officials and all three state pro-life groups.
5:43am
Right Wisconsin. Editorial criticizes Vukmir for calling Baldwin a member of team terrorists.
5:41am
Gronik for Governor. "Wisconsin is falling behind Minnesota."
5:37am
Horlacher for 33rd Assembly. Announces re-election campaign.

1:42pm
Cap Times. Democratic Wisconsin governor candidates float gas tax increases at transportation forum.
12:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Leah Vukmir stands by news release picturing Tammy Baldwin as member of 'Team Terrorists.'
12:31pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. GOP, outside group give Renard spending edge over Jacque in special Senate election.
5:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic governor candidate Matt Flynn says he didn't know former priest was seeking counseling license.
5:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Conservative values making gains across U.S., former U.S. ambassador says.
5:20am
WAOW. Evers: Can't wait to replace UW regents.
5:06am
Watertown Daily Times. Dittrich announces she is seeking Kleefisch's seat.
5:05am
WXPR. Vinehout wants to restore wages, education funding, DNR research.
5:03am
Cap Times. Democratic candidate Mahlon Mitchell's icebreaker joke doesn't amuse opponents.
5:01am
The Hill. Wisconsin GOP candidate: Dem senator is on 'Team Terrorists.'
5:00am
La Crosse Tribune. Democrats rip Schimel for going to anti-gay group's forum.
4:57am
CBS 58. Walker shifts campaign strategy in response to potential "blue wave."

Wednesday May 9, 2018

Governor

2:09pm
Gov. Walker. Delivers remarks at Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial honoring fallen officers.
10:15am
Gov. Walker. Announces 2018 Governor's Export Achievement Award winners.

4:38am
Racine Journal Times. 'Wisconsin will push back': Walker administration responds to threat of lawsuit.

Legislative

3:10pm
Rep. Shankland. Stands with students, faculty, and staff at "Reclaim the UW" rally.
2:15pm
Sen. Hansen. A victory for Democracy in Ohio.
2:12pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Thankful for DOT exception for Sauk City Fire Department.
2:10pm
Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Recognizes Act 235 authors for their leadership on tort reform this session.
1:21pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Village of West Baraboo repayment.
1:20pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: NAMI: Wisconsinites helping those affected by mental illness.
10:57am
Sen. Shilling. State and federal Democrats fight to defend internet access.
10:55am
Rep. Kremer. WI farmers & processors of hemp primed to bring millions to economy.

2:17pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Lena Taylor calls her removal from key legislative committee a 'political lynching.'
8:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Hand over public records electronically.

State Agencies

2:11pm
DHS. #HopeActLiveWI: DHS awards mini-grants to nine local health departments.
12:06pm
One Wisconsin Now. Attorney General Brad Schimel threatens crackdown on CBD oil instead of holding opioid manufacturers accountable.
11:25am
DATCP. Keep an eye out for Palmer amaranth, DATCP cautions.
4:56am
DOJ. Files charges against Minnesota man for allegedly preying on elderly in Wisconsin and 8 other states.

2:24pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. Groping, spying, harassing: Misconduct complaints within Wisconsin's Department of Justice.
4:39am
WBAY. A voice for victims: state trying to prevent domestic violence homicides.
4:37am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Wisconsin crime labs unable to keep up with evidence testing, attorney general says.
4:31am
WKOW. Meeting "in the works" with Farm Bureau and AG over hemp bill.

Statewide

11:23am
Sierra Club. Elected officials respond to 'A Rally for a Coal-Free Community.'

4:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. With another record year of opioid overdose deaths, Wisconsin eyes fixes.

Education

5:10pm
DPI. Five students named Presidenial Scholars.
5:08pm
UW-Stout. Ceramics, art metals students rub elbows with pros at national show.
1:18pm
Badger Advocates. Statement in response to the "Reclaim UW" event at the state Capitol earlier today.

12:08pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Another top UW System employee gets severance payout, as lobbyist gets $48K to resign.
12:04pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn will sponsor 'smart cities' competition with Wisconsin universities.
8:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin school districts prioritize, spend more on safety.
8:23am
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin tech colleges promote flexibility after losing a third of enrollment in 15 years.
4:28am
Fox 11. Investigates: Impact of open enrollment on school districts.

Local

9:50am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'Evicted' author says Milwaukee's housing crisis remains unchanged.
4:40am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin Policy Forum examines funding options for new $345 million Safety Building.
4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'It was a jolt': The cost of Milwaukee's stop-and-frisk settlement with ACLU balloons to more than $6 million.
4:29am
Eagle Herald. Metallic mining moratorium moves forward.

Congress

5:08pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Ron Johnson votes to advance nomination of racist, homophobe to lifetime court seat; Tammy Baldwin rejects extremist.
2:03pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. And U.S. Sen. Sanders lead Democrats in introducing Workplace Democracy Act.
1:17pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins Senate effort to force vote on Net Neutrality.
5:00am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Expert testifies in support of legislation to combat opioid epidemic.
4:58am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Reacts to Iran deal termination.

4:32am
Reuters. House to take up Dodd-Frank rewrite 'soon', says Speaker Ryan.

Politics

2:55pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Calls on Steil to reject donatoins from pharmaceutical companies fueling the opioid crisis.
2:25pm
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Iron Workers Union Local 8 endorses.
2:14pm
Kaul for Attorney General. Schimel's headline-driven approach to testing delays isn't getting the job done.
2:05pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. While 9/11 mastermind calls for obstruction of Haspel nomination, Baldwin stays silent.
1:16pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Under Republican leadership, big brother is watching.
1:15pm
Flynn for Governor. Files 4,000 nomination signatures to qualify for the 2018 ballot.
12:06pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Conservationists endorse candidates in special elections.
8:21am
Dittrich for 38th Assembly. Announces her candidacy.
4:57am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Businessman Eric Hovde endorses.
4:55am
Flynn for Governor. Announces K-12 education plan, calls for supporting teachers on National Teacher Day.
4:55am
Gronik for Governor. Denounces President Trump's reckless decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.
4:51am
Sieber for 88th Assembly. Announces candidacy.

2:58pm
U.S. News & World Report. Sen. Duckworth, 12 Democrats call for Nicholson apology.
2:07pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Matt Flynn to critics of his role defending Milwaukee archdiocese: 'Jump in a lake.'
11:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Mahlon Mitchell starts transportation forum with off-color joke as Democratic candidates for governor make their pitch.
11:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Mother of the Year declares for 14th Assembly seat.
11:01am
U.S. News & World Report. Flynn filing for governor as he faces questions about past.
5:07am
Watertown Daily Times. Daniels to oppose Jagler in 2018 Assembly election.
4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republican Eric Hovde, who flirted with U.S. Senate bid, now endorses Leah Vukmir.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats criticize Schimel for speaking at anti-LGBT group conference.
4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Brian Hagedorn considering Supreme Court run.
4:33am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 4th Dem throws hat in ring for 91st Assembly District seat.
4:30am
WJFW. Gubernatorial candidate Sen. Kathleen Vinehout visits Northwoods, talks school funding.

Tuesday May 8, 2018

Governor

2:55pm
Gov. Walker. Joins Mayo Clinic Health System to announce Psychiatry Residency Program expansion.
12:00pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights state's booming tourism industry at Harley-Davidson Museum.

1:55pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Minnesota outpaces Wisconsin, report says, in latest volley over liberal vs. conservative policies.
5:41am
Politico. Red states find Trump an unpredictable ally on Medicaid.
4:53am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin deer farmers say Gov. Scott Walker's new CWD rules will kill their businesses.

Legislative

3:23pm
Rep. Spreitzer. Statement on receiveing the Wisconsin Economic Development Association's "Champion of Economic Development" Award.
2:03pm
Sen. Johnson. Appointed to Joint Finance Committee.
1:05pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Joint Finance appointment.
1:04pm
Sen. Taylor. Responds to employee claim.
10:33am
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. Rep. Kooyenga honored for cancer advocacy.
9:02am
Badger Institute. Arbitrary tax breaks neither good policy nor good economics.
5:15am
Rep. Ballweg. Column: Ballweg efforts to alleviate burdensome regulations continues.

2:51pm
AP. State senator ordered to get anti-bullying training.
2:49pm
Cap Times. Sen. LaTonya Johnson to replace Sen. Lena Taylor on budget committee following employee dispute.
1:50pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Lena Taylor removed from budget-writing panel.
1:49pm
U.S. News & World Report. Taylor removed from budget committee after bank incident.

State Agencies

4:28pm
DATCP. WI Cranberry Board nomination period open.
4:26pm
DATCP. Nominations sought for WI Soybean Board.
1:58pm
DNR. Weekly news.
12:02pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Racine resident wins ultimate Packers Weekend Package.
10:32am
WEDC. Three Wisconsin communities receive state grants to support downtown improvement projects.

5:03am
WTMJ. Wisconsin's first hemp store battles Attorney General to keep doors open.
4:52am
Fox 6. 'It's not fair:' Wisconsin Department of Justice says possession of CBD is illegal in most cases.

Economy/Business

5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Illinois to challenge Foxconn ruling; Schimel calls potential suit 'meritless.'
5:08am
Chicago Tribune. Lake County leaders back Madigan's lawsuit threat over EPA rules.
4:57am
Fox 6. Michels Corp. officials look forward to developing Foxconn site: 'A lot of work in a short period of time.'
4:56am
Racine Journal Times. Walker, Case Construction Equipment celebrate Foxconn contracts.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Foxconn taps Black River Falls company.

Environment/Outdoors

5:05am
Wisconsin State Journal. Illinois seeks talks on keeping Asian carp from Great Lakes.

Statewide

12:06pm
Edge Messaging. Former WTMJ radio host and current MSNBC Analyst Charlie Sykes on President Trump, being called a traitor, the state of talk radio and more.

Courts

9:04am
District III Court of Appeals. Cacie M. Michels v. Keaton L. Lyons.

Education

12:52pm
UW-River Falls. Falcon sculpture on Karges Center to be moved Wednesday.
12:03pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation, DPI. Michael Wilson named 2019 Special Services Teacher of the Year.

11:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 22 Wisconsin school districts receive grant to expand Fab Labs.
5:04am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Herb Kohl gives $425,000 to fund Wisconsin teachers' projects.
5:02am
Stevens Point Journal. University of Wisconsin students, faculty plan rally for more funding for universities.

Local

4:23pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. State overpays for building, hurts city in process.
4:22pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Legislation to rename street to honor Vel Phillips.
3:53pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. City partners with UW-Milwaukee on two initiatives.
8:57am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Report lays out funding options for new Milwaukee County Justice Center.

9:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee County will need state's help for $367 million criminal courthouse project, report says.

Congress

4:28pm
Congressional Progressive Caucus. Opposes Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran Nuclear Agreement.
2:01pm
Kohl for 6th Congress. Iran deal decision grave mistake.
1:46pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Statement on Iran nuclear deal.

1:44pm
The Hill. Trump pulls U.S. out of Iran nuke deal.
5:07am
Bloomberg. Trump to announce Iran deal decision on Tuesday.
5:06am
Reuters. Trump proposes $15 billion spending cuts, targets children's health program.
4:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. U.S. Senate could vote this week on Wisconsin judicial nominee.

Politics

4:25pm
RAGA. ICYMI: Brad Schimel works to keep Wisconsin kids safe.
4:24pm
Gronik for Governor. "Lena Taylor suits up and shows up for her constituents.
2:46pm
Renard for 1st Senate. Releases final TV ad ahead of primary election.
2:45pm
Gronik for Governor. Statement on funding Wisconsin's public schools.
2:05pm
One Wisconsin Now. Demands Brad Schimel turn over records for his appearance at homophobic Alliance Defending Freedom conference.
1:43pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statement on Teacher Appreciation Day.
12:01pm
RPW. ICYMI: Mahlon Mitchell decries lobbyists despite working as a lobbyist for years.
10:49am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Companies taking advantage of the Foxconn investment across the state.
10:48am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah tops 750 Wisconsin grassroots endorsements.
10:30am
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Endorses Andre Jacque.
8:58am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. Rep. Ron Tusler endorses.
5:14am
Flynn for Governor. Statement on the Illinois Foxconn lawsuit against EPA.

2:52pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. More veterans denounce U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson.
12:08pm
NBC 15. AG's campaign defends conference appearance.
11:56am
Racine Journal Times. John Lehman to run for Assembly.
5:04am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Edming running for re-election in 87th Assembly District.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Without apology, Kevin Nicholson fights for GOP nomination in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
4:58am
Portage Daily Register. Parties differ on strategy in 42nd Assembly election.

Monday May 7, 2018

Governor

5:31am
Gov. Walker. Casts a line in Chetek for 53rd Annual Governor's Fishing Opener.

5:12am
WBAY. Governor: Tourism and hospitality are booming.
5:07am
WKOW. Gov. Walker asks lawmakers for solution to CBD oil impasse.

Legislative

8:55am
Rep. Vruwink. Column: Evolutions in education.
5:44am
Rep. Murphy. UW Fraud shows need for better financial controls.

12:25pm
U.S. News & World Report. Taylor: Used racial slur because teller deferred to boss.
5:05am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: State lawmakers should stop dodging open-records law.

State Agencies

4:13pm
DHS. #FighttheBite! DHS encourages residents to take action to prevent tick and mosquito bites.
3:17pm
OCI. Administrative Actions April 2018.
1:50pm
DOJ. Hosts Internet Crimes Against Children investigators in Green Bay for high-tech training.
11:27am
DNR. The ultimate birder adventure - Horicon Marsh 21st Annual Bird Festival will be held May 10-14.
11:26am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Archeology & nature to be featured at Muscoda festival.
11:25am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Judge nixes DNR permit for proposed sand mine.
10:22am
DOC. Kicks off Correctional Employees Week.

6:12am
WBAY. DNR's decision to deconstruct Potawatomi State Park tower gets backlash.
5:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. State paid $18K to former employee who was fired after complaining of sexual harassment.
5:20am
La Crosse Tribune. Judge invalidates wetland permit for Monroe County frac sand plant.
5:14am
Fox 6. 'Only 100% will do:' Donald Driver, Lt. Gov. Kleefisch kick off Click It or Ticket campaign.
5:08am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Wisconsin First Lady Tonette Walker: Trauma-informed care paramount to helping children.

Economy/Business

3:19pm
Hoffman Construction Co. Workers celebrate Foxconn project with Gov. Walker.
12:23pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Curtain raiser: Badger Fund of Funds team to speak June 6 at Entrepreneur's Conference.
11:40am
Gov. Walker. Tours state touting Wisconsin's Foxconn bonus.
8:58am
Foxconn. And M+W | Gilbane contracts valued at $100 million to 28 companies for first phase of site development work for Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park.
5:17am
Illinois AG Madigan. Plans to file lawsuit challenging U.S. EPA rule allowing proposed massive Wisconsin Foxconn plant to pollute air.

2:16pm
Racine Journal Times. Eleven Racine Councy companies get Foxconn contracts.
12:21pm
La Crosse Tribune. Black River Falls construction company one of 28 chosen for first round of Foxconn project.
11:30am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn names 26 more subcontractors for site prep work.
5:37am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker to take part in Foxconn site development announcement.
5:18am
Detroit News. Michigan reviews Wisconsin's Foxconn lake diversion.
5:16am
Reuters. Illinois to sue EPA for exempting Foxconn plant from pollution controls. Milwaukee Biz Times.
5:02am
Racine Journal Times. Johnson Financial CEO: We'll all get business from Foxconn.

Statewide

10:20am
Xcel Energy. Safe gardening and landscaping means calling 8-1-1.
8:56am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Advancing resilient communities through science & technology.

Courts

6:11am
WKOW. Class action lawsuit filed against UnityPoint Health after data breach.

Education

3:08pm
UW-Madison. After #Blackand Hooded goes viral, UW-Madison alums unexpectedly find themselves leading a movement.
2:15pm
UW-River Falls. Five students receive Chancellor's awards.
1:48pm
UW-Stout. Six new U.S. Army second lieutenants receive standing ovation at graduation.
10:21am
UW-Madison. Meet the class of 2018: Making their mark on campus and beyond.
5:42am
Herb Kohl Philanthropies. Herb Kohl provides support for Wisconsin classrooms and students.

5:54am
Chippewa Herald. Planned lawsuit by Madison referee over alleged attack by coach, son spotlights concern for referee safety.
5:10am
Cap Times. Regent Regina Millner: UW-Stevens Point conflict a 'communication nightmare.'
5:10am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison housing division alters financial practices after alleged theft by former employee.

Local

11:24am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Operation Drive Sober results in 14 arrests.

5:09am
Fox 6. Marching for marijuana: Hundreds gather in Milwaukee to push for cannabis legalization.

Congress

5:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressman Sean Duffy tours damaged Superior oil refinery.
5:27am
Reuters. Trump push for conservative judges intensifies, to Democrats' dismay.
5:26am
The Hill. GOP faces internal battle over changing Senate rules.
5:19am
Baraboo News Republic. Pocan hits on Farm Bill, 'swamp' during Baraboo stop.

Politics

1:49pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Steil misleads on manufacturing background.
1:48pm
Daniels for 37th Assembly. Announces candidacy.
12:24pm
One Wisconsin Now. Foxconn deal proving lucrative...for donors to Gov. Scott Walker's campaign.
10:20am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Through bold, conservative reform, Gov. Walker and Sen. Stroebel are moving Wisconsin forward.
8:54am
Edming for 87th Assembly. Running for re-election to the state Assembly.
5:41am
Wachs for Governor. "Walker's doublespeak is hurting families and farmers," says Rep. Wachs.
5:32am
Democratic Party of Rock County. Event honors Reuther, UAW and unionism.

11:28am
Cap Times. Is Bryan Steil significantly different than Paul Ryan?
6:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Democrats face struggle in gaining congressional seats, despite 'blue wave.'
5:13am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. Barudin running for State Assembly in the 39th District.
5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. At state GOP convention, party endorsement is next test for U.S. Senate hopefuls.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In Wisconsin U.S. Senate race, Leah Vukmir looks for endorsement at GOP convention.
5:03am
Cap Times. Vukmir says credentials, not positions, are what set her apart from Nicholson.
5:02am
The Hill. Baldwin spotlights mother's drug addiction, efforts to combat opioid abuse in ad.

Friday May 4, 2018

Governor

2:08pm
Gov. Walker. Announces additional $25 million in savings for 12 highway projects.
12:57pm
Ripon Area Chamber of Commerce. Tourism in Wisconsin stops $20.6 billion in 2017
12:53pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff honoring former Secretary of State Vel Phillips.
9:16am
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin's tourism economy tops $20.6 billion.

12:54pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff honoring Marine Corporal Raymond A. Barker.
10:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin deer farmers: Walker CWD proposals will put us out of business.
10:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tourism spending climbs for eighth straight year in Wisconsin.

Legislative

4:51pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on Wells Fargo police report.
4:12pm
Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Letter to Sen. LeMahieu, Rep. Allen regarding referral of request for advisory opinion to legislative standing overisght committees.
2:10pm
One Wisconsin Now. ICYMI: Payday lenders, other special interests stamp Rep. Robin Vos' passport to corruption.
12:55pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Column: Main Street, not Wall Street: the fight for Net Neutrality.
9:50am
Sen. Shilling. Planned Parenthood files lawsuit against Trump.

4:10pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ethics Commission asks Legislature to decide on campaign donations made in Bitcoin.

State Agencies

2:17pm
Natural Resources Development Association. Statement on today's ALJ wetlands ruling.
12:51pm
Sen. Testin. Wisconsin farmers should have the opportunity to process CBD oil.
12:50pm
Rep. Considine. Statement on CBD analytical note.
12:49pm
AG Schimel. Issues guidane to Wisconsin law enforcement on CBD oil and indsutrial hemp production.
12:47pm
Clean Wisconsin, HO-Chunk Nation, Midwest Environmental Advocates. Statement on legal win for wetlands.
11:12am
DOT. Lt. Gov. Kleefisch and Packers' great Donald Driver urge all motorists to buckle-up - every trip, every seat.
9:00am
DFI. Part of $26 million settlement with LPL Financial over sales of securities.
5:13am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

2:14pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge invalidates DNR permit for controversial Wisconsin sand processing plant.
1:03pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DOJ issues warning on sale and possession of CBD oil, upsetting hemp farmers.
5:40am
WKOW. Wisconsin Farm Bureau blindsided by DOJ decision in CBD oil, industrialist hemp growers could suffer. WISC.

Economy/Business

9:51am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Expresses sympathy to farmers dropped by Arla.
9:49am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Statement on AmFam merger.
8:56am
Midwest Food Products Association. Wisconsin third in nation for food manufacturing, number one in state. Statistics.

1:11pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin economic growth slowed in 2017, despite strong second half.
11:07am
Reuters. U.S. job growth rebounds modestly; unemployment rate hits 3.9 percent.
9:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn will need thousands of workers with entry-level skills and a high school diploma.
5:50am
Duluth News Tribune. Enbridge fined $1.8 million over inspections.
5:46am
Reuters. As Trump's tariffs bite, small U.S. manufacturers begin to tap the brakes.
5:06am
Fox 6. Milwaukee Tool moves forward with proposed expansion, creating over 350 new jobs.
5:04am
WTMJ. Crunching the numbers on Foxconn's proposed water usage.
5:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Without visas for foreign workers, seasonal businesses are struggling to fill jobs.
4:58am
Beloit Daily News. Developers cite 'regional, global' interest in former GM property.
4:56am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Fairbanks Morse lands defense contracts.
4:53am
WKOW. Wisconsin Farm Bureau blidsided by DOJ decision in CBD oil, industrialist hemp growers could suffer. WISC.

Statewide

4:06pm
Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association. Welcomes Matt Krueger as new executive director.
2:16pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Nancy MacLean's dire warning.
1:13pm
Focus on Energy. Announces 2018 Excellence in Energy Efficiency Award winners.

4:55am
NBC 15. IN FOCUS: Responding to Wisconsin's OB-GYN shortage.
4:54am
WKOW. DIGGING DEEPER: Youth suicide rates on the rise in Wisconsin.

Courts

8:59am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Anthony Jones.

1:08pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Lawsuit challenging Foxconn land acquisition dismissed.

Education

4:02pm
UW-Platteville. Ambassadors program introduces students to stem.
4:01pm
UW-Platteville. Valedictorian began at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County.
2:07pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Officers deserve our thanks - not armchair quarterbacking.
11:10am
UW-Madison. Announces Fulbright awards for 2018-2019.
10:29am
UW-Madison. Students help capture campus protest voices from 50 years ago through public history project.
8:58am
UW-River Falls. Tuition stipends still available for students entering graduate teacher licensing program.

1:05pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Wisconsin's smallest rural schools make-do despite unbalanced school funding formula.
5:12am
Stevens Point Journal. UW System leaders praise UW-Stevens Point officials for 'messaging' on majors proposal.
5:09am
WTMJ. Contentious MPS budget proposal process begins.
5:08am
WSAU. UWSP committee asks for more time for budget cut proposal.

Local

2:07pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Officers deserve our thanks - not armchair quarterbacking.
1:01pm
Milwaukee Tobacco-Free Alliance. A big step forward: Milwaukee Pride says 'no thanks' to tobacco funding.
12:53pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Community group to host movie screening of "Little Pink House" in Mount Pleasant.
12:51pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Arrest near 51st and Capitol raises questions.
11:10am
City of Madison. Fight the bite: Take steps to prevent West Nile Virus.
9:01am
Washington County Planning and Parks. Pop-up beer gardens come to Washington County parks.

9:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA investigates possible groundwater contamination in central Wisconsin as worries grow.
9:05am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. City Council approves moving forward with new tax, discussions to dissolve WRA.
5:06am
Fox 6. 'It's time:' Milwaukee County supervisor wants marijuana referendum on November ballot.
5:01am
Racine Journal Times. Mount Pleasant requests bids for demolition related to Foxconn.
4:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. We Energies shareholders pepper CEO with questions about coal.

Congress

5:02am
The Hill. Ryan backs down on House chaplain resignation. Politico.

Politics

4:04pm
Grothman for 6th Congress. Don't play politics with opioid victims.
1:02pm
Gronik for Governor. Statement on Kevin Nicholson's recent remarks on veterans.
12:59pm
One Wisconsin Now. Database exposing Bradley Foundation funding of right wing propaganda machine goes live online.
11:13am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Gov. Walker is moving Wisconsin forward with his commitment to workforce development.
5:15am
Kleefisch for Lt. Governor. Endorsed by Maggie's List.

2:11pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gas tax: Scott Walker opposes increasing it, Democratic candidates would hike it to avoid construction delays.
5:36am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2018: Incumbent, challenger announce candidacies for 67th Assembly District.
5:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Kevin Nicholson's comments on military service upend Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
5:11am
Chippewa Herald. Summerfield announces run for Assembly.
5:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Kevin Nicholson won't back down from comments about veterans.
5:00am
CBS 58. Construction season turns political in Wisconsin.

Thursday May 3, 2018

Governor

2:26pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints judges for Columbia and Juneau County.
12:43pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff honoring Rico Caruso, Klint Mitchell, and Gregory Rosenthal.
11:11am
Gov. Walker. Announces $1.2 million in grants for Wisconsin's coastal communities.
9:25am
Gov. Walker. Signs Executive Order increasing efficiency, responsibility of state government.
9:23am
Gov. Walker. Joins community, spiritual leaders to celebrate National Day of Prayer.

3:12pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker launches plan to slow spread of CWD, Democrats say it may be too late.
4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker calls for emergency rules to slow spread of CWD.

Legislative

10:16am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Protect children, not corporate profits.
10:09am
Sen. Stroebel. Delivers GOP radio address.
9:27am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Wins open records fight with Rep. Brostoff.
5:24am
Rep. Neubauer. Republican plan would let 23,000 Wisconsin children go hungry.
5:23am
Rep. Neubauer. Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Plan Town Hall a success.

1:33pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos received $57,000 in travel and other perks since 2014.
12:45pm
WKOW. Taxpayers to pay $2,000 to end open records lawsuit.

State Agencies

3:55pm
First Lady Walker. Discusses benefits of Trauma-Informed Care at Mahala's Hope.
3:16pm
DATCP Sec. Harsdorf. Announces new dairy scholarships.
3:03pm
DATCP. Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin board election under way.
2:31pm
WHEDA Foundation. Announces 2018 Housing Grant Program Competition. 
12:44pm
DHS. More than 1,000 sign up for WisCargiver Careers.
12:29pm
First Lady Walker. Trauma-Informed Care can help Wisconsin children impacted by the opioid crisis.

1:49pm
Isthmus. Documents show Walker's office recommended young, inexperienced lawyer for top state post.
12:47pm
WISC. Data shows 6.1 percent CWD infection rate in Wisconsin deer.

Economy/Business

12:25pm
Village of Mount Pleasant. Announces bid for demolition work tied to Foxconn project.

2:35pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. Democrats contend at Menasha town hall that many questions on Foxconn remain unanswered.
4:45am
Chicago Sun-Times. Editorial: A big factory gets to pollute, and you get to wheeze.
4:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio EPA narrows ozone nonattainment for Wisconsin counties.
4:37am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn project prompts We Energies to move up plans for natural gas upgrades.
4:36am
WFRV. Wisconsin Democrats hold town hall to answer questions about Foxconn.
4:35am
Fox 11. Industrial hemp in Wisconsin: "The interest has been incredible."
4:32am
La Crosse Tribune. State cheese producer plans to stop buying milk from 11 state dairy farms, state cheese official says.

Environment/Outdoors

4:30am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. UW researchers verify chronic wasting disease prions at mineral lick sites.

Statewide

2:38pm
RENEW Wisconsin. Focus on Energy's Renewable Energy Program funded for 2019-2022.
2:01pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Announces new morning show host on The Ideas Network.

4:34am
WKBT. Rural EMS providers seeking workers to fill shortages.

Courts

9:21am
Wisconsin Right to Life. It's time to disentangle the Title X program from abortion providers.

4:40am
Cap Times. Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin leads lawsuit against proposed Trump administration family planning policies. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

12:24pm
UW-Stout. Six students are university's first mechanical engineering graduates.
10:07am
UW-Stout. Handley recognized as Educator of the Year at Excellence in Education banquet.
5:22am
WAICU, WTCS, UW System. 60 Forward: Wisconsin's postsecondary attainment goal.

Local

2:27pm
Dane County Cities and Villages Association. Elects 2018-19 Executive Committee.
1:27pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Proposing marijuana referendum for November ballot.
12:30pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Summary of saturation patrols for speed enforcement.

4:46am
Racine Journal Times. Airbnb to collect room taxes for City of Racine.

Congress

12:26pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Presses President Trump to rein in offshoring and bring back American call center jobs.

2:49pm
River Falls Journal. Duffy visits Hudson, River Falls projects.
4:38am
WQOW. Sen. Johnson weighs in on new farm bill, school safety during visit to Osseo.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Senators push for continued Great Lakes cleanup funding.
4:30am
Reuters. Trump has all but decided to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal: sources.

Politics

2:33pm
Evers for Governor. Blasts Walker for funneling more tax dollars to Foxconn.
2:06pm
Anderson for Governor. Ready to accept Bitcoin donations, via FEC compliant BitPay, pending WEC guidance.
2:02pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Gov. Walker is committed to strengthening Wisconsin's workforce.
12:23pm
Wachs for Governor. "Veterans deserve our respect, not political attacks," says Rep. Dana Wachs.
11:13am
Roys for Governor. Criticizes Walker's latest campaign ad.
10:14am
Walker for Governor. Video: Campaign launches statewide TV ad highlighting efforts to combat the opioid crisis.
10:11am
Summerfield for 67th Assembly. Seeks re-election.
10:10am
Kohl for 6th Congress. Grothman's feigned concern on opioids.
9:29am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker's addiction to opioid money.
5:20am
Flynn for Governor. Responds to Kevin Nicholson's "cognitive thought process" comments.
5:19am
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. Statement in response to Kevin Nicholson comments on Democratic military veterans.
5:18am
Democratic Party of Dane County. Comments on Nicholson's remarks.

3:05pm
WEAU. Veterans call for Nicholson to apologize.
2:36pm
U.S. News & World Report. Sen. Johnson won't weigh in on Nicholson veterans comment.
1:47pm
Washington Post. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is sending 671,000 families an election-year check. Democrats call it bribery.
12:49pm
WEAU. Walker's second TV ad focuses on fighting opioids.
4:46am
Juneau County Star-Times. Brian Ewert running to unseat Sean Duffy.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Josh Kaul criticizes Attorney General Brad Schimel over voter ID comments and handling of rape kits. U.S. News & World Report.
4:43am
Wisconsin State Journal. Josh Kaul calls on Brad Schimel to challenge FCC repeal of net neutrality rules.
4:41am
The Hill. GOP candidate questions 'cognitive thought process' of veterans in Dem Party.
4:31am
Chippewa Herald. Chippewa Falls woman declares bid against Summerfield for 67th Assembly District seat.

Wednesday May 2, 2018

Governor

4:59pm
Gov. Walker. We're taking bold actions to protect Wisconsin's hunting traditions.
2:07pm
Sen. Cowles. Governor's CWD strategy is a welcome step forward.
11:46am
Gov. Walker. Announces aggressive actions to combat the spread of chronic wasting disease.

11:51am
NBC 15. Walker wants more fencing, deer movement bans to fight CWD.
5:18am
WSAW. Gov. Walker visits Rhinelander Fab Lab, delivers grant on Fab Lab Day. WXPR. Fox 11. Chippewa Herald.

Legislative

3:29pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Antigo School District awarded Fab Lab grant.
2:25pm
Rep. Hintz. DOT secretary confirms Foxconn raids on outstate road projects.
1:20pm
Rep. Kitchens. To hold in-district office hours.
1:18pm
Rep. Shankland. Eight years, 180 times - Republicans continue attacks on local control. LFB Memo.

5:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Memo: Proposed Farm Bill would push thousands of Wisconsin children off food stamps. Cap Times.
5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmaker calls for 'full-blown' hearing on UW System foundations.
4:53am
WIZM. Shilling criticizes GOP farm bill and projected impacts on Wisconsin.

State Agencies

3:28pm
DOJ. First kNOw Meth methamphetamine enforcement public safety summit held in Rhinelander.

Economy/Business

4:01pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. What's your startup 'brand'? Speaker can help you decide at 2018 Entrepreneurs' Conference.

1:24pm
Racine Journal Times. Foxconn project progresses despite federal lawsuit.
8:40am
Racine Journal Times. Racine County meets ozone pollution standards, EPA says.
5:22am
Chicago Tribune. EPA chief Pruitt overrules agency staff, gives Wisconsin's Walker, Foxconn big break on smog.
5:08am
Chippewa Herald. Dems turn out for Foxconn town hall, express concerns in Chippewa Falls.
4:56am
Sheboygan Press. Foxconn: Top official says Wisconsin will not provide glass-maker new financial incentives.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Safety board: Superior refinery explosion happened in fluid catalytic cracking unit.

Environment/Outdoors

4:54am
Twin Cities Pioneer Press. Minnesota, Wisconsin consider revising Mississippi River fishing rules.

Statewide

3:27pm
Quarles & Brady. Business Law, Utilities and Energy Attorney Ave Bie named Board Chair for New York Independent System Operator.
11:13am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Hires Eric Searing as Director of External Relations.

4:59am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin ranks 10th in nation on hospital safety.

Courts

2:21pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Statements in support of Planned Parenthood lawsuit against Trump administration efforts to limit birth control access.
10:41am
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. Goes to court to protect patient care.

5:13am
Reuters. Texas sues Trump administration to end 'Dreamers' program.
5:07am
Racine Journal Times. Two Waterford residents charged with voter fraud.

Education

4:39pm
UW-Platteville. Students lead victim impact program for inmates.
4:39pm
UW-Platteville. Students research snakes in Memorial Park, search for emerging disease.
4:38pm
UW-Platteville. To celebrate 200th commencement.
1:14pm
Marquette University. To offer specialized resources to students with autism.
10:01am
Marquette University. New York Times investigative reporter Twohey goes "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School.

5:04am
Sheboygan Press. Guns 'not going away,' Ron Johnson tells students in Kiel.

Local

5:16am
WTMJ. New drug nearly resistant to Narcan kills Milwaukee man.
5:16am
CBS 58. Proposed change to Milwaukee housing rules has landlords worried.
5:15am
NBC 15. Dane Co. property owners against transmission line.
5:14am
WBAY. After outcry, Green Bay council want to reassess special assessment fees.
4:59am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. SS Badger gets $800K emergency grant for dock repairs after Wisconsin spring snowstorm. 

Congress

10:00am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson requests information on union 'dues skimming' from Medicaid payments.

8:38am
The Hill. Republicans confirming Trump's court nominees at record pace.
5:12am
Bloomberg. Mueller to cite subpoena power if Trump won't do interview.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tammy Baldwin urges Donald Trump to withdraw Gordon Giampietro judicial nomination.

Politics

3:30pm
Kaul for Attorney General. And Pocan call on Brad Schimel, GOP to take action on net neutrality.
2:22pm
RPW. ICYMI: Pro-Iran deal special interest group pouring money into Wisconsin elections.
1:19pm
Wachs for Governor. Says Walker is "eight years too late" on chronic wasting disease.
11:57am
One Wisconsin Now. Leaders condemn Gov. Scott Walker attendance at event employing high ranking official who says 'black race' is 'lazier than the white race.'
11:12am
Gronik for Governor. Campaign provides context for tax policy questions.
8:36am
Martin for Secretary of State. Madison Alderwoman Arvina Martin announces campaign.
5:25am
Turnbull for Governor. Independent candidate joins governor's race.

2:28pm
Cap Times. Madison alder to run for Secretary of State, incumbent Doug La Follette dubs primary a 'nuisance.'
1:26pm
Bloomberg. Paul Ryan warns of subpoenas, gridlock with Democratic majority.
5:33am
WSAW. Gov. Walker talks about potential campaign stop with President Trump.
5:20am
Janesville Gazette. Szerlong announces run for state Assembly.
5:10am
WXPR. Tomahawk man announces Assembly candidacy.
5:04am
WXOW. Leah Vukmir tours Kwik Trip.
5:03am
WKOW. Scott Walker launches first campaign ad of 2018, Democrats criticize message.
5:02am
Wisconsin Gazette. 2017 Wisconsin Mother of the Year to run for 14th Assembly District Wauwatosa.

Tuesday May 1, 2018

Governor

5:26pm
Gov. Walker. Announces $800,000 emergency grant to S.S. Badger.
5:25pm
Rep. Summerfield. Commends Fab Labs.
11:10am
Sen. Erpenbach. Waunakee schools receive Fab Lab award for 2018.
10:54am
Gov. Walker. Declares state of emergency in reponse to wildfire conditions. Executive Order #287.
10:41am
Gov. Walker. 22 Wisconsin school districts awarded Fab Lab grants.

12:22pm
WEAU. Walker declares state of emergency in response to wildfire conditions.
5:01am
Duluth News Tribune. Officials will examine future use of hydrogen fluoride at Superior refinery.
4:59am
Fox 9. Gov. Walker visits site of Superior oil refinery explosion.

Legislative

5:18pm
Rep. Brostoff. Republican plan would let 23,000 Wisconsin children go hungry.
2:53pm
Rep. Neubauer. Stand in solidarity with out Latinx and immigrant neighbors.
2:52pm
Rep. Vorpagel. Testifies at field briefing regarding Sheboygan County nonattainment status.
1:33pm
Rep. Allen. Fight fear with facts on 287(g) program.
1:32pm
Sen. Hansen. No place at the table for hungry children as long as the Republicans are in charge.
12:23pm
Hunger Task Force. Farm Bill threatens food access for 23,000 Wisconsin children.
11:44am
Rep. Subeck. Republican plan would let 23,000 Wisconsin children go hungry. LFB Memo.
11:35am
Sen. Schachtner. House GOP Farm Bill threatens food security for children, vulnerable adults.
11:34am
Sen Shilling. GOP to hungry children: "Let them eat cake."

3:00pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democrats say farm bill could lead to thousands of Wisconsin children losing food stamps.
10:36am
Badger Herald. Rep. Chris Taylor calls for greater student involvement in policy debates.

State Agencies

5:27pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. $5.2 million for community projects.
2:54pm
DWD Sec. Allen. Announces almost $440,000 in Wisconsin Fast Forward grants.
1:33pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:31pm
DACTP. Gypsy moth aerial spraying to begin in May.
10:43am
DATCP. Counties sought to host Alice in Dairyland finals.
9:14am
DFI. Student entrepreneurs now eligible for waiver of $130 LLC filing fee.
9:13am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - May 2018.

5:37am
Sheboygan Press. DNR: Proposed Kohler golf course could compromise rare plant.
5:11am
WTMJ. Wisconsin's drug take back day nets more than 61,000 pounds of pills. WBAY. WQOW.

Economy/Business

5:27pm
WMC. Advocacy efforts lead to major regulatory victory for Wisconsin.
5:24pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.
5:24pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Helps score major win for Wisconsin, federalism.
10:40am
Wachs for Governor. Responds to potential Foxconn glass supplier saying it will need more taxpayer money.
10:30am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Are you smarter than a chatbot? Rise of AI topic of May 22 Innovation Network luncheon.
10:26am
M-WERC. Faith Technologies joins.

3:13pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. EPA dramatically narrows areas of Wisconsin that will face tougher regulations for smog.
3:10pm
AP. EPA trims Wisconsin areas facing tougher smog regulations. E&E News.
10:33am
Racine Journal Times. Mount Pleasant has the land for 'The Core' of Foxconn.
10:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn: Glass maker could want hundreds of millions of dollars to locate alongside massive Wisconsin factory.
5:15am
Bloomberg. Trump's China tariffs risk costing U.S. jobs, new study shows.
5:14am
WJFW. Wisconsin farmers suffer from effects of low milk prices.
4:50am
WTMJ. Foxconn could run self-driving trucks on I-94 in 2021.

Statewide

5:29pm
AARP. Seeks nominees for 2018 State Andrus Award for Community Service.
5:23pm
State Bar of Wisconsin. President-elect post goes to Attorney Jill Kastner.
5:21pm
Legal Action of Wisconsin. Eviction defense project opens, providing free civil legal aid.
11:37am
Edge Messaging. Online video series Outside the Bubble features Wisconsin's own Hogs for Heroes.
11:13am
Marshfield Clinic. Wisconsin researchers join NIH in launching the All of Us Research Program to advance precision medicine.
9:22am
WISPIRG. New report: Wisconsin receives "A" for government spending transparency website.
9:17am
Alliance for Regulatory Coordination. Partnering with code officials to build stronger, safer communities.

5:12am
WFRV. Wisconsin begins 'Green Alert' notification system.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's long-term care workforce at 'crisis level,' report finds.
4:54am
WKOW. Nursing programs can't keep up with shortage.

Courts

4:57am
The Hill. Transgender patients sue Wisconsin for not covering their surgeries.  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Education

5:18pm
UW-Stout. Six cadets to become Army officers at ROTC commissioning.
2:54pm
UW-Stout. Swing Dance Club members share love of the dance.
12:59pm
UW-Madison. Archaeologist elected to National Academy of Sciences.
11:52am
UW-River Falls. Commencement ceremonies are May 12.
5:50am
UW-Madison. NEH grant to reunite radio history.

12:20pm
Cap Times. UW's Tommy Thompson Center board stalls director appointment, research funding.
5:38am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Fond du Lac area educational leaders eager to use school safety funds.
5:23am
Kenosha News. Kenosha Unified to apply for school safety grants.
4:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW administrator got $54K in severance after alleged harassment probe was inconclusive. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local

5:30pm
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. Be responsible behind the wheel.
5:28pm
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Statement on traffic enforcement partnership.
5:17pm
Voces de la Frontera. Over 10,000 strike and march in Wisconsin to demand Waukesha Sheriff Severson reject 287g.
1:31pm
Xcel Energy. To build solar garden in Ashland.
12:24pm
City of Madison. Licenses for short-term rentals in Madison increasing.
11:55am
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Governor showing selective memory with Foxconn comments: Had no problem canceling contract with international train maker Talgo.
5:46am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Dangerous drivers be warned.

5:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Waukesha County Sheriff Eric Severson defends immigration program, prepares for march.
5:09am
CBS 58. Milwaukee Police, Sheriff's Office, and State Patrol teaming up to crack down on reckless driving. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee reaches tentative $1.9 million settlement in ACLU stop-and-frisk lawsuit.
5:03am
WTMJ. MCTS JobLines bus routes in jeopardy as funding dwindles.

Congress

12:33pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. President testifies to congressional subcommittee.
5:49am
White House. President Donald J. Trump announces thirteenth wave of judicial nominees and seventh wave of United States Marshal nominees.

5:43am
Portage Daily Register. Marquette County Sheriff Kim Gaffney picked for U.S. Marshal.
5:13am
WKOW. Pocan: Farm bill shaping up to be partisan, harmful to children and people with disabilities.
5:06am
U.S. News & World Report. Pocan: House chaplain ouster shows dysfunction.
4:47am
Fox 6. After outcry, House Speaker Paul Ryan speaks on chaplain firing during appearance in Milwaukee.

Politics

5:31pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Sen. Baldwin's prejudice against Christian federal judge appointee Giampetro 'apsolutely appaling.'
12:59pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Marklein on GOP Farm Bill.
12:34pm
Neylon for 98th Assembly. Announces re-election campaign.
10:58am
RPW. Democrats have opposed the policies that led to Wisconsin's comeback.
10:56am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Conservationists launch 'Field Guide to Taking Back Wisconsin.'
10:29am
McCabe for Governor. Calls for 'fix 'em first' & 'pay as we pave' policies on roads.
10:25am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Influence peddler of the month.
9:23am
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Announces Assembly bid.
9:20am
Walker for Governor. Video: Campaign launches first statewide TV ad highlighting efforts to train workers, develop workforce.
9:16am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Wisconsin Right to Life. PAC announces Special Election Primary endorsements.
9:14am
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. Wisconsin State AFL-CIO endorses.
9:10am
Bryce for 1st Congress. Dolores Heurta endorses.
9:08am
Corban for Lieutenant Governor. Supports legalization of cannabis.
5:28am
Felzkowski for 35th Assembly. Seeking re-election for 35th Assembly District. 

3:12pm
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin senator talks about late mother's opioid addiction.
5:22am
WISC. Gov. Walker launches first statewide TV ad of 2018 campaign. Cap Times.
5:17am
The Hill. Impeachment looms large in White House midterm plans.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Pocan won't endorse in Democratic primary for governor.
5:05am
WTMJ. The Manitowoc Minute guy is running for governor real quick.
5:04am
CBS 58. Governor Walker, House Speaker Paul Ryan talk strategy for avoiding "blue wave" in midterm elections.
5:03am
WXOW. Shilling says voters ready for change.
5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Radio ad comparing Nicholson to Missouri governor pulled.
4:59am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 93rd Assembly District: Warner is old-fashioned' Dem.
4:58am
WAOW. Antigo native announces her run for governor.
4:49am
CBS 58. Walker says Foxconn leaders concerned about possible Democratic governor.

 

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