Thursday August 16, 2018 - Updated 5:58am

State Agencies

5:13am
WAOW. State agency seeing "influx" of complaints about fake IRS calls.

Economy/Business

5:36am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Harley seeks to avoid politics in addressing 'misinformation.'
5:18am
Daily Reporter. $10M loan program aimed at attracting small contractors wary of Foxconn.
5:04am
WFRV. Area Harley-Davidson owner explains company's decision to move some production overseas.
4:59am
The Hill. Trump claims tariffs on foreign nations will rescue U.S. steel industry: report.

Statewide

5:52am
WPHCA. Wisconsin Community Health Centers awarded for quality.

5:09am
WKOW. EpiPen shortage continues to affect Wisconsin families before school year.
4:57am
The Hill. CDC: Drug overdoses hit new record.

Courts

5:19am
Daily Reporter. Judge OKs plan to auction off UW-Oshkosh biodigester.

Education

5:20am
Racine Journal Times. Racine Unified mulls referendum.

Local

5:14am
WAOW. Adams County clerk suspected in connection with data breach.

Congress

5:58am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Meets with Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

5:44am
Fox 11. WI senator meets with SCOTUS nominee, Kavanaugh.
4:55am
Reuters. Senate to consider massive spending bill, faces Trump objections.
4:53am
Politico. Exclusive: Draft details Trump's plan for reversing Obama climate rule.

Politics

5:58am
AFT-Wisconsin. Has endorsed Tony Evers for Governor of Wisconsin.
5:57am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker launches new ad heading into general election with new reforms for Wisconsin.
5:55am
Marion for 17th Senate. Democratic primary turnout strong in SD-17.

5:46am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Walker campaigns at Ashwaubenon fabrication plant to tout plans for jobs, student retention.
5:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Turnout favors Democrats in Wisconsin's primaries.
5:28am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Easygoing Democrat Evers eyes a Walker knockout.
5:27am
Racine Journal Times. As general election kicks off, Scott Walker calls for trio of new tax cuts.
5:25am
Fox 11. Evers: 'We're not going to drag ourselves in the muck with Scott Walker.;'
5:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. In what many call the 'year of the woman,' two vie for Wisconsin's U.S. Senate seat.
5:22am
Stevens Point Journal. It's Tony Evers vs. Scott Walker: 5 takeaways from the 2018 Wisconsin primary election.
5:21am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin primary: Vukmir was not central Wisconsin's choice for U.S. Senate.
5:17am
WXOW. Evers, Walker invited to statewide debate in October; Senate debate scheduled.
5:16am
WJFW. On first day of general election campaign, Walker lays out plan to keep college grads in Wisconsin; Evers accuses governor of broken promises.
5:12am
WISN. GOP attacks Evers' handling of porn-watching teacher case.
5:11am
NBC 15. Sen. Baldwin responds to Vukmir victory.
5:10am
WISC. U.S. Senate candidates not wasting time criticizing each other, race gaining national endorsement.
5:08am
WKOW. Two women debate healthcare, tariffs and tax cuts for U.S. Senate seat.
5:07am
Fox 11. Walker takes aim at Evers in Ashwaubenon campaign stop.
5:04am
WEAU. Gov. Walker stops in Eau Claire as general election campaigning begins.
5:03am
WKBT. Political parties talk about enthusiasm heading into November election.
5:02am
WKBT. Gov. Walker kicks off re-election campaign in Onalaska. WQOW.
5:00am
WQOW. WI Dems optimistic following fall primary.
4:56am
Reuters. As more women run for office, U.S. state legislatures are poised to change.
4:55am
Fox 6. 'Time to get to work:' Tony Evers, Scott Walker end busy day after primary at events in Waukesha.
4:53am
Politico. Walker and Evers launch full-on campaign for governor a day after Wisconsin primary.

Wednesday August 15, 2018

Governor

9:32am
Gov. Walker. Announes $10 million available to help contractors access capital.

Legislative

2:50am
Daily Reporter. Cost estimate rises for north leg of Zoo Interchange after project delayed.

State Agencies

4:54pm
DATCP. Reports of fake IRS calls quadruple since last week.
1:14pm
DOR. Equalized Value Report shows four percent increase in property value.
1:12pm
DOJ. Iron County men found guilty for Lac Du Flambeau man's death.
11:16am
AG Schimel. Reports end-of-term results for the Office of Solicitor General.
10:56am
DATCP. Comments requested on Avipel.
9:51am
DOT. Annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign begins Friday - runs through Labor Day.
9:37am
AG Schimel. Announces arrest of alleged human trafficker operating in Wisconsin and 8 other states.
3:26am
DNR. Weekly news. 

3:23am
Cap Times. Advocates argue that crowding at Wisconsin women's prison means less programming for inmates.
2:35am
Milwaukee Biz Times. State Fair attendance sets new record.

Economy/Business

3:33am
Lockheed Martin. Team Freedom lays keel on nation's 23rd Littoral Combat Ship.

3:07am
Reuters. Turkey doubles tariffs on some U.S. imports over economy 'attacks.'

Statewide

10:54am
Kapur & Associates. Hires Jeff Stone. 

Courts

4:57pm
Milwaukee Riverkeeper, Midwest Environmental Advocates. Racine diversion challenge advances.

2:34am
La Crosse Tribune. Appeals court rejects Jackson County frac mine challenge, approves legal strategy.

Education

2:41pm
AFT Local 212. MATC instructors condemn DeVos decision.
2:38pm
UW-Stout. LAKES students research value of restoring wild rice beds.
1:30pm
DPI. Licensing rules hearing scheduled for Aug. 29.
1:09pm
UW System. Is major driver of the Wisconsin economy.

Local

1:16pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Per capita Milwaukee's homicide rate on par with Chicago's.

2:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. In an advisory referendum, West Allis voters loudly demand legislators close the so-called dark store loophole.
2:18am
WQOW. Chippewa Co. Board to discuss 'Dark Store Tax Loophole', Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act.

Congress

2:48am
Daily Reporter. EPA challenged rationale for administration mileage freeze.

Politics

4:58pm
Evers for Governor. Response to Walker's lies about Tony Evers and the gas tax.
4:55pm
DGA. What they're saying: Walker weak going into general.
4:54pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Walker made it harder for school districts to use clean energy.
4:52pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Republicans are terrified by Randy Bryce's victory.
4:51pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker rallies with friends and supporters on primary election night.
4:50pm
A Stronger Wisconsin. Launches new ad: "This Teacher."
2:40pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Turnout 22.1% in August 14 Partisan Primary.
1:31pm
League of Conservation Voters. Wisconsin Senate: Leah Vukmir's toxic record threatens Wisconsin's way of life.
1:15pm
Marquette University. Law School Poll director Franklin goes "On the Issues" with new poll on candidates and issues.
1:11pm
One Wisconsin Now. Desperate Scott Walker running on what he didn't do.
1:10pm
Wisconsin Right to Life PAC. Congratulates primary endorsed winners.
11:26am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Six wealthy donors give state GOP $255K.
11:20am
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Congratulates winning endorsed candidates.
11:18am
Walker for Governor. Challenges Democrat Tony Evers to two debates this fall.
11:11am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Calls on Republican nominee to join in three televised general election debates.
11:08am
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Foundation. Announces dates for gubernatorial, U.S. Senate debates.
9:38am
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Statement on Wisconsin Republican primary election results.
9:31am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Walker launches statewide TV ad laying out plan to keep Wisconsin working for generations to come.
9:29am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. President Trump endorses.
9:28am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker failure files updated and online.
9:27am
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Statement on primary election.
4:09am
Stencil for 86th Assembly. Now looking towards the November election.
4:07am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Statement on August 14 primary election results.
4:07am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Wins Wisconsin GOP primary for U.S. Senate.
4:06am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Backs Leah Vukmir for U.S. Senate.
4:03am
RPW. Launches statewide TV ad campaign against Democrat nominee for governor Tony Evers for leaving Wisconsin students in danger.
4:02am
Voces de la Frontera Action. Sweeping victories for immigrant rights movement in Wisconsin primary elections.
4:00am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Statement on the Wisconsin GOP Senate primary.
3:59am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Congratulates Rep. John Spiros on primary victory.
3:58am
Godlewski for State Treasurer. Wins Democratic nomination for State Treasurer.
3:56am
RPW. Leah Vukmir is a proven conservative who will bring the Wisconsin Way to Washington.
3:56am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Statement on Wisconsin Senate primary results.
3:54am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Congratulates Evers, Barnes on election wins.
3:53am
NRSC. Statement on the Wisconsin Senate primary election results.
3:53am
Sensenbrenner for 5th Congress. Statement following primary election victory.
3:51am
NARAL Pro-Choice America. Congratulates pro-choice champs on their primary victories in Wisconsin.
3:49am
RPW. Statement on Bryan Steil's victory in the First Congressional District.
3:49am
Roys for Governor. Election night statement.
3:45am
American Bridge. NEW AD: Leah Vukmir is deeply damaged following "vicious" Wisconsin Senate primary.
3:43am
NextGen America. Statement on the Wisconsin primary.
3:42am
Steil for 1st Congress. Statement on primary victory.
3:41am
Bryce for 1st Congress. Statement on First Congressional District primary election night results.
3:40am
RAGA. Blasts activist, absent and amateur Wisconsin Democrat for AG.
3:39am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. To voters: Four more years for Scott Walker!
3:38am
League of Conservation Voters Action Fund. Congratulates Tammy Baldwin and Randy Bryce on primary victories.
3:37am
One Wisconsin Now. Momentum continues for Wisconsin progressives in primary election.
3:36am
Cabrera for 9th Assembly. Wins Democratic primary for state Assembly District 9.
3:35am
DGA. Statement on Tony Evers' primary victory in Wisconsin.
3:34am
RGA. Statement on Wisconsin Democrats nominating far-left politician Tony Evers for governor.
3:33am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Statement on WI-01 GOP primary.
3:32am
RGA. Governor Scott Walker's pro-jobs leadership has Wisconsin working and winning.
3:31am
DGA. Statement on Scott Walker's nomination in Wisconsin.
3:30am
RAGA. Congratulates Attorney General Brad Schimel.

1:17pm
U.S. News & World Report. Democrats' hope to beat Walker is former teacher.
11:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Republicans attack Tony Evers on teacher's license while Gov. Scott Walker proposes tax cuts.
10:01am
WISC. Turnout in Wisconsin primary highest since 2002.
9:36am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin primary: Ramthun wins 59th State Assembly District Republican race.
9:35am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin Legislature: Jeff Smith to face Mel Pittman; Rob Grover and Paul Buhr win Assembly primaries.
4:11am
Politico. Top takeaways from a groundbreaking election night for Democrats.
3:10am
Bloomberg. Bruising GOP primary sets up Senate fight in battleground Wisconsin.
3:06am
The Hill. Ironworker and star of viral video wins Dem primary for Speaker Ryan's seat.
3:05am
The Hill. Establishment-backed Vukmir wins Wisconsin GOP Senate primary.
2:55am
WKBT. Midterm battlegrounds take shape in Midwest primaries.
2:54am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Decision 2018: Dems go for diversity, GOP for Trump choices in primary night across U.S. 
2:53am
WKOW. Strategists disagree who'll have the upper hand after gubernatorial primary.
2:52am
WEAU. Chippewa County polling place experiences ballot shortage.
2:51am
Janesville Gazette. Voter turnout up in Rock County, 1st District.
2:50am
Beloit Daily News. Rep. Pocan thinks Dems could take U.S. House.
2:47am
Racine Journal Times. Wittke prevails in Assembly District 62 GOP primary.
2:46am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin primary: Elizabeth Riley advances in 87th Assembly District.
2:43am
Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin primary: Snodgrass to face Roth in general election for state Senate District 19.
2:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Leah Vukmir wins GOP U.S. Senate primary, will face Tammy Baldwin in November. U.S. News & World Report.
2:31am
Fox 6. 'I will take the fight to Walker:' Tony Evers defeats 7 opponents in Democratic primary for governor.
2:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. Shelia Stubbs wins Democratic primary for 77th Assembly District, faces no Republican or independent challengers for November. Cap Times.
2:28am
U.S. News & World Report. Evers wins Democratic primary, will face Walker. Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin State Journal.
2:19am
WEAU. Jodi Emerson wins 91st Assembly District Democratic primary.
2:13am
WISN. In November, it's Steil versus Bryce in race to replace Paul Ryan.
2:11am
WAOW. Incumbent Sprios, defeats Mosinee mayor in 86th Assembly race.
2:10am
WXOW. Jeff Smith wins Democratic nomination in Senate District 31.
2:08am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrat Margaret Engebretson advances to face Republican Sean Duffy. WDIO.
2:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Hartwig, Barnes, LaFollette nab nominations for state offices.
2:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic newcomers unseat veteran legislators in primaries.

Tuesday August 14, 2018

Legislative

8:49am
Rep. Petryk. Encourages Wisconsin farmers to consider selling products locally.

State Agencies

4:16pm
Rep. Katsma. Thanks Attorney General for combating elder financial abuse.
8:50am
AG Schimel. Partners with Wisconsin banks and credit unions to curtail elder financial abuse.

Economy/Business

12:14pm
CNBC. U.S. reaps more than $1.4 billion from steel and aluminum tariffs, report finds.
5:12am
Chicago Tribune. Lake County Stormwater Commission funds study on local impact of Wisconsin Foxconn development.
4:46am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Tariff trouble: Brown County businesses face challenges as more tariffs loom.

Statewide

3:10pm
WDA Foundation. Donated Dental Services provides another 142 elderly, disabled with $559,000 in needed care.

Education

2:05pm
UW-River Falls. To offer free program on intellectual property and inventor resources.
2:04pm
UW-River Falls. Students awarded national scholarships for Montessori teacher education.
11:50am
UW-Stout. Food science major gains international experience with internship.
8:49am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Report untangles MPS funding of charter schools. Report.

Local

9:29am
Milwaukee Ald. Stamper. A message to Milwaukee's African American community: "A Shift in the Wind."

4:51am
WKBT. La Crosse County, city, propose two separate wheel taxes.

Congress

4:51am
Reuters. Trump signs defense bill with watered-down China measures.

Politics

2:02pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker bus tour reaches countless voters in 5-day, statewide swing.
5:25am
Kids Forward. Launches new campaign to engage voters about racial justice.
5:24am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Today is Primary Election Day - go vote!

4:19pm
U.S. News & World Report. The Latest: Strong turnout in Milwaukee for primary election.
8:25am
USA Today. Primaries 2018: Who will compete for House Speaker Paul Ryan's seat? Tuesday's primaries will decide.
8:24am
Reuters. Wisconsin, Minnesota primaries to gauge strength of opposition to Trump.
8:22am
The Hill. Key races to watch as Minnesota, Wisconsin head to polls.
7:19am
Politico. Wisconsin Dems jump at chance to finally beat Walker.
5:22am
WSAW. Mosinee mayor faces incumbent Spiros in 86th district Assembly race.
5:09am
Chippewa Herald. Low unemployment a key issue for local Walker supporters.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Approach to funding K-12 separates 67th Assembly candidates.
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin sees strong early voting turnout for partisan primary.
5:01am
WISC. More absentee ballots cast in Madison than for any other August election.
4:59am
WBAY. Up to 20 percent voter turnout anticipated for Tuesday's primary election.
4:58am
U.S. News & World Report. Ryan's retirement fuels Democrats' hopes of picking up seat.
4:58am
U.S. News & World Report.  2 Trump loyalists vie to take on Wisconsin Sen. Baldwin. 
4:57am
U.S. News & World Report. 8 Democrats seek to challenge Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
4:56am
U.S. News & World Report. 'Blue wave' to be tested in key Midwestern primaries.
4:55am
CNN. Democrats' bid to save the Midwest shifts to Wisconsin, Minnesota primaries.
4:53am
Fox 6. 'The right guy for the job:' Speaker Ryan campaigns for Bryan Steil, his hand-picked successor.
4:52am
Fox 6. 'It's a big decision:' Randy Bryce, Cathy Myers face off in Democratic primary race for Paul Ryan's seat.
4:50am
WTMJ. President Donald Trump endorses Governor Scott Walker on eve of primary election.
4:48am
The Hill. Walker breaks with Trump: 'Of course I don't want a boycott of Harley-Davidson.
4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. Scott Walker and GOP Senate candidates say they oppose a Harley boycott after avoiding the issue.
4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker warns his GOP base that he may start out behind in the general election.

Monday August 13, 2018

Governor

4:02pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Columbia County District Attorney.
12:02pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff honoring Army Sgt. 1st Class R. Lloyd Ketchum.
5:56am
Gov. Walker. Announces Federal Disaster Declaration for June flooding in northwestern Wisconsin.

4:39am
WQOW. Gov. Walker announces Federal Disaster Declaration for June flooding in NW Wisconsin.

Legislative

3:05pm
Kitchens for 1st Assembly. Statement on receiving the 2018 Lake Michigan Champion of Conservation Policy Maker Award.
9:54am
Wisconsin Towns Association. Rep. Ed Brooks receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
6:12am
Rep. Neubauer. Town hall yielded important community conversation.
6:07am
Rep. Plumer. Announces more listening sessions.

5:41am
Racine Journal Times. Neubauer, Barca lay out potential proposals for upcoming session.
5:18am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Molina to return to Wisconsin Obamacare marketplace in 2019.
5:08am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Have Brown County taxpayers pay for more prosecutors? Supervisors say no, twice.

State Agencies

3:11pm
DOT. It's not too late to obtain an ID to vote in tomorrow's primary.

Economy/Business

9:58am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker reacts to Trump's call for Harley boycott.
5:43am
Racine Journal Times. Businesses report increased shopping during tax holiday, academics disagree on effect.
5:33am
WXOW. Trane employees strike for better working conditions.
5:32am
Appleton Post Crescent. U.S. Venture project in downtown Appleton reaches critical vote Wednesday.
5:31am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire farmers buy into hemp growing trend.
4:41am
Bloomberg. Trump wields a tariffs-and-sanctions hammer in risky strategy.
4:40am
The Hill. Trump: Planned boycott by Harley-Davidson owners 'great.'

Statewide

9:22am
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Wisconsin's cities and villages benefit from recovery, but growth is uneven. Report.
9:16am
WPHCA. Celebrates National Health Center Week.

4:42am
USA Today. Infrastructure spending: Which state is falling apart the worst?

Courts

6:04am
National Lawyers Guild Madison Chapter. Water protectors face misdemeaner charges for 2017 arrests on Enbridge Line 3 in Superior Wisconsin on August 13.

Education

3:36pm
UW-Platteville. "Opportunity from the Start": UW-Platteville introduces new branding, logo.
10:12am
UW-Stout. Design professort's work featured in Tennessee art exhibit.

4:58am
Beloit Daily News. Schools having tougher time finding teachers, substitutes.

Local

3:41pm
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Heinous triple shooting last night near 10th and Burleigh.
12:03pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 12 in Operation Drive Sober.
9:18am
NEWaukee. Announces three new talent accelerators.
5:58am
Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force. Briefing on Milwaukee County Department budget requests, August 14.

6:25am
WTMJ. City of Waukesha residents will vote on cannabis referendum this November.

Politics

4:36pm
RPW. Kelda Roys highlighted in HuffPost as a "Hypocrite for Foxconn stance."
3:39pm
DPW. Democratic leaders blast Brad Schimel for putting politics before kids' safety.
3:07pm
One Wisconsin Now. Answer the question, Scott Walker.
3:03pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Supports President Trump's trade agenda.
3:02pm
One Wisconsin Now. Will Brad Schimel fire himself?
10:06am
Wisconsin Academy of Sciences Arts & Letters. Announces call for applications & nominations for the next Wisconsin Poet Laureate.
9:53am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Outside electioneering groups spent most on Mahlon Mitchell.
6:06am
DPW. Responds to Trump tweet encouraging boycott of Harley-Davidson.
6:02am
RPW. Gov. Walker wants to keep families safe while Democrat opponents leave families in danger.
5:59am
RPW. Tony Evers doubles down on support of discredited Corrections Secretary in interview.

3:08pm
U.S. News & World Report. Trump's Harley boycott call roils Wisconsin primary.
5:49am
The Hill. Field of Dems looks to knock off Wisconsin's Mr. Invincible.
5:46am
Washington Post. Once a rising star, Scott Walker is still looking for his path in Trump's Republican party.
5:07am
Sheboygan Press. Scott Walker campaign ad upsets school district where it was filmed.
5:00am
Portage Daily Register. Columbia County clerks not worried about Russian interference in Tuesday's election.
4:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. For Wisconsin's dairy farmers, tariffs could reshape the race for the Senate.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tammy Baldwin holds listening tour in midst of contentious Republican Senate race.
4:51am
Chippewa Herald. As close primary nears, U.S. Senate candidates Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson put GOP voters in their sights.
4:45am
U.S. News & World Report. Senate, governor races top Wisconsin primary ballot.
4:44am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker campaign: School district knew visit could lead to ad.
4:43am
Fox 6. $36.9M spent on Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race; Kevin Nicholson, Leah Vukmir fight for every vote at State Fair.
4:40am
WQOW. Vukmir responds to attack ads on her support for Trump.
4:38am
WQOW. Walker said Chippewa Valley is key to winning November election.
4:37am
WEAU. Democratic candidates for governor campaign in Tomahawk.
4:36am
WFRV. U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson campaigns in Fox Cities ahead of Tuesday primary.
4:35am
Fox 11. Sen. candidates make last stop in the area ahead of Tuesday's midterms. WFRV.
4:33am
WAOW. AP FACT CHECK: Walker right on Wisconsin prison population.
4:32am
WXOW. Wisconsin Democrats crowd in for chance to challenge Walker.
4:29am
WXOW. Leah Vukmir highlights local efforts in La Crosse.
4:25am
New York Times. Wisconsin faces a political crossroads Tuesday. Which way will it go?

Friday August 10, 2018

Governor

4:56am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Kind: why hasn't Walker filled election security jobs.

Legislative

1:59pm
Rep. Macco. Thanks State Building Commission for approving $5 million for STEM Center at UW-Green Bay.
1:52pm
Sen. Darling. Governor Walker's Wisconsin Health Care Stability Plan already delivering.
10:39am
Rep. Nygren. Following GOP leadership, health insurance options increase.
10:30am
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Receives the WMC Working for Wisconsin Award.

4:46am
Beloit Daily News. 'Dark store' dispute could cost millions.
4:24am
Fox 11. Senate leaders talk about Kimberly Clark incentives.

State Agencies

2:01pm
ETF. WRS investment peformance.
10:32am
Wisconsin Historical Society. The Glen Park Suspension Footbridge listed in National Register of Historic Places.
8:24am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

2:12pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State policy shift means local governments pay more for bridge replacements.
4:35am
Milwaukee Biz Times. State OKs first phase of UWM's planned $52 million Columbia Hospital renovation.

Economy/Business

10:37am
The Hill. Trump doubles tariffs on Turkey.
4:41am
U.S. News & World Report. $42M medical center planned near Foxconn complex.
4:32am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Johnson Controls cut 1,600 jobs worldwide last quarter, with more to come.
4:26am
Politico. GOP chairman calls on Trump administration to explain tariff exclusions.
4:25am
WKBT. Some farmers in La Crosse are expressing their concerns about President Trump's tariffs.
4:18am
WXOW. Organic farmers vow to compete in changing industry.

Statewide

1:55pm
Alzheimer's and Dementia Alliance. Voting rights are dementia friendly.
8:24am
Kids Forward. Wisconsin locks up too many youth of color.
8:23am
Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative. Names Chief Business Development Officer.

2:15pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report projects shortage of primary care physicians in Wisconsin by 2035.
5:01am
Duluth News Tribune. Report: States can do more to fight cancer.

Local

2:00pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Commissioner McManus did the absolute right thing.
5:12am
Voces de la Frontera Action. Civil rights groups & attorneys expose acting Sheriff Schmidt's true record on immigration & human rights abuses.  

2:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Personal information of more than 258,000 compromised in Adams County data breach.
4:53am
Sheboygan Press. Dark stores: Walmart sues Plymouth, town of Sheboygan over tax assessments again.
4:48am
Racine Journal Times. Exclusive: ICE, no exemptions for undocumented immigrants.
4:42am
Cap Times. Total Madison, Dane County property values higher than Milwaukee, Milwaukee County.
4:34am
Baraboo News Republic. Committee sends Second Amendment referendum to Sauk County Board.
4:24am
WKOW. Overdoses in Madison in July more than double from a year ago.
4:21am
WAOW. Clark Co. group begins selling hemp under state pilot program.

Congress

1:43pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Condemns terror groiup Hamas for attack on innocent Israeli civilians.

Politics

2:19pm
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by elected officials across southeastern Wisconsin.
1:56pm
One Wisconsin Now. 'The only thing Scott Walker cares about keeping safe is his own job.'
1:45pm
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by elected officials from northern and northwestern Wisconsin.
1:44pm
RPW. Does Tony Evers think Ed Wall did the right thing?
10:28am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Jay Weber: I choose Leah because I know who she'll vote.
10:27am
One Wisconsin Now. Private school voucher backers top $7.5 million in donations to Wisconsin politicians.
8:27am
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Embarks on day three of statewide #SendintheMarine tour.
5:13am
RPW. ICYMI: Matt Flynn helped cover up abuse by sexual predators.
4:51am
DPW. Dick Uihlein groups have spent nearly $11 million to elect Kevin Nicholson.

2:06pm
Marshfield News Herald. Ex-prison chief for Wisconsin eviscerates Scott Walker and Brad Schimel in a new book.
2:03pm
U.S. News & World Report. Ex-Wisconsin official: Ousting drove him to brink of suicide.
2:02pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Both Democratic candidates feel confident in Tuesday's District 19 Senate race.
1:57pm
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin school district creates new political policy.
10:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker's former Corrections Secretary releases tell-all book: 'Unethical.'
5:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 96th Assembly Dems say rural Wisconsin needs help.
5:02am
Sawyer County Record. Two Dems run in the 87th Assembly primary race.
4:55am
Isthmus. Don't forget about the lieutenant governor's race.
4:50am
Marshfield News Herald. Mosinee mayor to face Rep. John Spiros in Republican primary for 86th Assembly seat.
4:47am
Daily Reporter. Group backing Nicholson drops nearly $1 million in ads.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Matt Flynn says fellow Democrats Kelda Roys, Tony Evers, Mahlon Mitchell can't beat Scott Walker. 
4:44am
Cap Times. Democratic governor candidates make pitches to party faithful.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker launches 5-day bus tour across Wisconsin ahead of primary.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Budget top priority for 1st Congressional District candidate Bryan Steil.
4:23am
WKOW. Matt Flynn going after democratic candidates for governor days before primary.
4:22am
NBC 15. State treasurer candidate comments on rape in Facebook post.
4:20am
WAOW. Three Lakes Schools changes policy over Walker political ad. WJFW.

Thursday August 9, 2018

Legislative

3:31pm
Rep. Macco. Leads stakeholder roundtable discussion on economic development in the Green Bay area.
12:14pm
Rep. Nygren. UW-GB STEM Innovation Center receives funding.
12:12pm
LAB. Report 18-7: Wisconsin Lottery. Briefing Sheet.
12:10pm
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Primary Election Reminder.
12:06pm
Sen. Shilling. GOP is biggest barrier to school success.

4:35am
Fox 11. Allouez prison petition surpasses signature goal.

State Agencies

3:18pm
DWD. Helping small contractors & suppliers expand qualified workforce.
1:58pm
OCI Commissioner Nickel. When Washington fails, Wisconsin leads.
12:18pm
AG Schimel. Provides $1.5 million in school safety grant funding to 47 school districts.
12:14pm
DOJ. Law enforcement utilizes Alicia's Law to arrest Eagle River man for possession of child pornography.
12:11pm
AG Schimel. Reports Office of Open Government performance.

4:46am
Racine Journal Times. Attorney General calls on agencies to reduce fees for open records requests.
4:38am
WJFW. 'No-brainer' cleanup solution will help northern Wisconsin agents save time, money after busting meth labs.
4:35am
Fox 11. DNR board signs off on enhanced deer farm fencing.
4:34am
WFRV. Brown County STEM Innovation Center to receive $5 million dollars in funding.

Statewide

1:56pm
Transportation Development Association. I-43: Stuck in a rut.
12:21pm
Alliant Energy. New Beaver Dam Commerce park announced.
12:09pm
WMC. What is the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin?
12:07pm
Quarles & Brady. Retired partner Michael J. Gonring earns prestigious American Bar Association John H. Pickering Achievement Award.
12:05pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WMC recognizes high-capacity-well backer with "Environmental" award.
5:07am
Cornucopia Institute. USDA-backed "factory farm" takeover of organic milk production crushing family-scale farmers and forcing them out of business.

Education

12:04pm
UW-Madison. Trail cam project Snapshot Wisconsin goes statewide.

4:46am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Student loan debt creeping up nationwide, while Wisconsin's average is down a bit at $29,569.

Local

2:00pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Connect Capital selection could bring positive investments to city, 7th District.

2:01pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Eight dead in eight days - What Milwaukee needs to do to turn things around but won't.
4:40am
WXOW. Mayor floats wheel tax as option to catch up on road fixes.

Congress

3:30pm
FWD.us. And education and community leaders call on lawmakers to permanently protect dreamers from deportation.

4:55am
New York Times. (Audio) Paul Ryan's exit interview.

Politics

3:16pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Releases healthcare platform.
3:15pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Turnout history for Wisconsin partisan primaries.
12:20pm
RPW. Files complaint against Palzewicz for violation of campaign laws.
12:19pm
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by elected officials from Northeast Wisconsin.
12:17pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Top five things voters should know for primary day.
12:16pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Embarks on day two of statewide 'Send in the Marine' tour.
12:03pm
Vipond for 5th Congress. Why is Sensenbrenner MIA from broadcast media interviews?
8:42am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. State Senator Duey Stroebel endorses.
5:09am
RPW. In the News: Gov. Scott Walker weighs in on Democrats' dangerous plan to release violent criminals.
5:05am
RAGA. AG Brad Schimel announces meth lab cleanup sites.
4:50am
RPW. Releases documents raising further questions about Mahlon Mitchell's use of union funds.

5:11am
WISC. Republican U.S. Senate candidates differ on marijuana legalization, criminal justice issues.
5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Democratic candidates for governor focus on Walker at forum.
5:01am
U.S. News & World Report. Republicans question Mitchell's work, salary as union head.
4:56am
Kenosha News. Bryce campaign about construction, not demolition.
4:54am
WSAW. Senator Tammy Baldwin "In Your Corner" tour stops in Wausau.
4:53am
WTMJ. Rep. Grothman: Trump tweets are part of why GOP isn't winning by bigger margins.
4:49am
The Hill. GOP senator: 'Real likelihood' Dems win the House 'by 10 or 12 more seats than they need.'
4:49am
Cap Times. Republicans jab Wisconsin governor candidate Mahlon Mitchell over firefighter union expenses.
4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. Tammy Baldwin quietly campaigns as the Leah Vukmir-Kevin Nicholson primary battle becomes nasty.
4:45am
Chippewa Herald. At Democratic forum Matt Flynn says Scott Walker will eat Tony Evers for lunch. WAOW.
4:39am
WJFW. Leah Vukmir stops in Rhinelander.
4:33am
WEAU. Vukmir, Nicholson vie for spot on November's ballot.
4:32am
WQOW. Leah Vukmir campaigns ahead of the primary in Chippewa Falls.
4:32am
Fox 6. Vukmir, Nicholson spar over loyalty to President Trump ahead of Aug. 14 primary.

Wednesday August 8, 2018

Governor

2:49pm
Sen. Cowles. Applauds STEM center approval.
2:47pm
Gov. Walker. Building Commission approves $5 million for Brown County STEM Innovation Center.
8:02am
Gov. Walker. Hosts 27th Annual Blue Ribbon Meat Products Auction at Wisconsin State Fair.

Legislative

4:46pm
Sen. Taylor. Scott Walker, Wisconsin's incarceration governor.
4:18pm
WMC. Rep. Spiros receives "Working for Wisconsin" award.
11:50am
Sen. Cowles. Petition to close GBCI receives over 1,000 signatures.
11:02am
Sen. Vinehout. State shared revenue: Not much going on.
9:50am
Rep. Rob Brooks. Honored as League of Wisconsin Municipalities "Legislative Champion."
7:52am
Rep. Petryk. Healthcare Stability Plan brings optimism to Wisconsin.

State Agencies

4:44pm
AG Schimel. Recovers costs for Wisconsin in Supreme Court redistricting battle.
4:17pm
PSC. Issues final Strategic Energy Assessment 2024.
2:50pm
DATCP. Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin grant period now open.
12:44pm
DOJ. Office of Open Government advisory: Charging fees under the Wisconsin Public Records Law.
9:48am
AG Schimel. Addresses Wisconsin drug endangered children conference.
9:34am
OCI. Administrative Actions July 2018.

4:51am
Fox 11. More than a dozen graduate from state DOC Opioid Addiction program.
4:44am
Fox 6. State wins $4.5 million judgement against Atomic Glass, which sold 60K packets of synthetic marijuana.

Economy/Business

2:46pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Law Update.
11:52am
Forward Festival. To connect thousands of entrepreneurs.
11:28am
RENEW Wisconsin. Report: Over 75,000 Wisconsin residents work in clean energy.

11:57am
Bloomberg. China announces date to match $16 billion U.S. tariffs.
5:26am
The Hill. Trump to hit China with $16B in tariffs on Aug. 23.
4:57am
La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin warns 'near crisis time' with low milk prices, export uncertainty, tariffs.
4:54am
Milwaukee Biz Times. WMC creating statewide Association Health Plan for employers.
4:50am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Tariffs' impact harming Wisconsin businesses.
4:45am
Daily Reporter. Differing fortunes in Wisconsin, Minnesota construction industries stir debate.

Statewide

9:51am
Xcel Energy. Exceeds Wisconsin's renewable energy requirement for 12 consecutive years.
8:08am
WMC. Nine companies win Business Friend of the Environment Award.
8:00am
WMC. And Ogletree Deakins honor Human Resources Professional of the Year Award winners.
7:55am
Serve Wisconsin. Madison claims the #6 spot in the nation for recruiting AmeriCorps members.

4:56am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Climate change threatens Midwest's wild rice, a staple for Native Americans.

Courts

7:34am
USA Today. ACLU lawsuit accuses U.S. of wrongfully denying asylum.

Education

12:45pm
UW-Madison. Could computers help close partisan divides?
11:26am
UW-Stout. Student finishing NASA internship, headed for second one fall semester.
11:00am
UW-Stout. Have the struggles of retailing been greatly exaggerated?

Local

2:51pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Issues updated phone/email scam alert.

8:01am
River Falls Journal. Sheriff's office, local police oppose St. Croix County cannabis referendum.
4:44am
WQOW. St. Croix County Board postpones vote on marijuana referendum.

Congress

11:58am
The Hill. Federal deficit jumps 20 percent after tax cuts, spending bill.

Federal Agencies

4:47am
Chippewa Herald. Madison VA hospital's care deficient before veteran's death by suicide, report says.

Politics

2:45pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. To voters: Fire Tammy Baldwin!
2:44pm
Kaul for Attorney General. 4 weeks after debate challenge, Schimel still hasn't responded.
2:42pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Sales tax holiday keeps money in the pockets of Wisconsin families.
11:53am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Launches TV ad ahead of August 14 Democratic primary.
11:51am
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Embarks on statewide 'Send in the Marine' tour.
11:49am
McCabe for Governor. Endorsed by Tim Canova.
11:27am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Requests chancellors schedule debates.
11:25am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Half of the largest contributors to AG candidates were outside Wisconsin.
11:00am
Women's March Wisconsin. Endorses Shelia Stubbs, LaKeshia Myers, Nikiya Dodd.
9:47am
IUOE Local 139. Endorses Steve Boe for Wisconsin's 31st Senate District.
9:46am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker accidently reveals the truth with press conference on public safety.
7:58am
Jacque for 1st Senate. Special interest group admits to lying in 1st State Senate District campaign ad.
7:50am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Travels across Wisconsin during first three days of her "In Your Corner Tour."

2:53pm
WISC. Should Act 10 be repealed? Democratic candidates for governor weigh in.
5:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Four candidates vie for only competitive Assembly primary in Dane County.
5:10am
WUWM. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kelda Roys would work to end Wisconsin's school voucher program.
5:01am
Stevens Point Journal. Gov. Scott Walker says he sees 'no value' in visiting state prisons as he hits Democrats' promises to slash the number of inmates.  Chippewa HeraldCBS 58.
4:54am
WXOW. GOP Senate race a virtual tie, Democrat gubernatorial races could come down to in person campaigning.
4:50am
WBAY. Republican U.S. Senate candidates make final push ahead of primary election.

Tuesday August 7, 2018

Governor

11:42am
Gov. Walker. Calls on Legislature to pass bill naming newly constructed I-41/U.S. 10/WIS 441 interchange in honor of Michael G. Ellis.
8:20am
Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding naming a section of highway for Sen. Ellis.

1:07pm
Fox 11. Gov. Walker: 'No value' to visiting state prisons.
1:04pm
WBAY. Governor wants to name 41/10/441 interchange in honor of Mike Ellis.

Legislative

10:27am
Wisconsin Towns Association. Rep. Quinn receives Friend of Towns Award.

4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. State Senate leader: GOP likely lacks support for Kimberly-Clark incentives package. WBAY.

State Agencies

2:30pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:09pm
DOC. Fourteen offenders with opioid addictions get a second chance. Fact Sheet.
11:55am
OCI. Distracted drivers put lives in jeopardy and cost consumers.
10:28am
AG Schimel. Wins $4.5 millioin judgment against Milwaukee County synthetic cannabinoid retailer.

4:41am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin gets more than expected from Airbnb tax agreement.
4:40am
WEAU. Containers to help Wisconsin law officers with meth cleanup.

Economy/Business

2:28pm
Foxconn. Launches $1 million "Smart Cities - Smart Futures" competition.
1:11pm
Wisconsin Democracy Camapign. WEDC gives $60M to company run by Walker donors.
10:40am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Adding diversity to STEM fields Aug. 28 topic at Innovation Network luncheon in Madison.

1:05pm
WEAU. Open jobs outnumber U.S. unemployed for 3rd straight month.
4:39am
Fox 11. Green Bay Packaging to receive $60 million in state tax credits.

Statewide

11:16am
VFW Department of Wisconsin. "Green Alert" adopted by national organization.
5:17am
PDPW. Four dairy farm families host 2018 ACE Twilight Series.

4:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Meeting the medical needs of Wisconsin's growing prison population.

Courts

5:32am
Reuters. U.S. judge rules against Trump policy restricting transgender troops.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Justice Rebecca Dallet calls for diversity, equality at State Capitol investiture ceremony.

Education

1:10pm
UW-Madison. Corn that acquires its own nitrogen identified, reducing need for fertilizer.
12:41pm
MPS. First day of school is Monday, August 13.
10:38am
UW-Stout. Unviersity helping develop national benchmarking project.
10:35am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Study scrutinizes public school spending, non-teacher staffing.
10:33am
Marquette University. 'White Privilege' to presented by Marquette Theatre.

4:37am
NBC 15. EEOC lawsuit accuses UW System of age discrimination.

Local

3:11pm
Village of Mount Pleasant. Village awards Foxconn-related demolition work to Fond du Lac County-based contractor.
10:27am
Village of Mount Pleasant. Village Board approves purchase agreements with four property owners previously part of federal lawsuit.

5:24am
CBS 58. Most homeowners suing Mt. Pleasant over Foxconn settle out of court.
4:52am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Marijuana debate: Brown County supervisor asks to delay request for state regulation.
4:49am
Racine Journal Times. Cannabis referendum scheduled for fall ballot.
4:36am
WAOW. Portage Co. committee: Let voters decide whether to legalize medical marijuana.

Congress

4:41am
WQOW. Sen. Baldwin discusses tariffs with western Wisconsin farmers.
4:36am
WXOW. Baldwin visits Organic Valley.

Politics

3:14pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Baldwin's attack ad debunked.
3:11pm
Roys for Governor. Releases video on student loan debt.
2:35pm
DPW. Top Nicholson strategist attacks Vukmir: "Lyin' Leah!"
2:34pm
DPW. Brad Schimel's campaign is flailing.
2:33pm
Democratic Party of Dane County. Gubernatorial forum - August 9th.
2:32pm
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition. Voting reminders.
2:29pm
Leiber for 62nd Assembly. Files ethics complaint. Complaint.
2:26pm
Madison 350. Where do the candidates for governor stand on climate change?
12:44pm
Walker for Governor. Highlights risks to Wisconsin communities with Democrat plan to slash prison population in half.
12:42pm
Vipond for 5th Congress. Wisconsin business, families require actual healthcare cost reduction policies.
11:40am
RPW. BREAKING: New cases show pattern of Tony Evers failing to revoke licenses for immoral conduct offenses, even after receiving strengthened authority.
10:38am
Roys for Governor. Leads in fundraising and cash on hand.
10:37am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker cannot defend his racist corrections disaster.
10:34am
RPW. One week until primary: Highlights Democrats' dangerous race left.
10:32am
North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters and Eau Claire Union 1074. Endorse Steve Boe for state Senate.
10:31am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Joins volunteers in knocking the 500,000th door of the campaign cycle.
10:29am
Hartwig for State Treasurer. Republicans call on Jill Millies to drop out of the race.
5:21am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Everything you need to know to vote on (or before) the August 14th Primary.
5:20am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. State Rep. Peter Barca endorses.
5:18am
Bolen for 25th Senate. On the Job with James: Mercer Action Floor Systems.
5:16am
Women's March Wisconsin. Is proud to endorse Mandela Barnes for Lt. Governor of Wisconsin.

1:01pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrat Kaul outraises incumbent Schimel in July.
12:59pm
La Crosse Tribune. Roys leads Democrats in July fundraising, Walker far ahead.
5:10am
The Hill. GOP fears steep losses in state legislatures.
5:04am
Kenosha News. Polce hopes to use his military experience to shape up Congress.
5:03am
Kenosha News. Steil outlines his positions on the issues.
5:02am
WUWM. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Pade would aim to invest in green jobs.
5:00am
Wisconsin State Journal. Two seek Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor.
4:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressman Sean Duffy slams Democratic opponents over marijuana legalization.
4:55am
Janesville Gazette. Democratic candidates suggest in Janesville how they would pay for road fixes.
4:52am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Scott Walker raises six times more than Democratic frontrunner Tony Evers ahead of Aug. 14 primary.
4:51am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Leah Vukmir and Kevin Nicholson say they support Donald Trump on tariffs. WISC.
4:50am
Daily Reporter. Senate hopeful Vukmir reaffirms support for Trump in new ad.
4:48am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin attempts to put single-payer health care prices tag into context.
4:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 31st Senate District candidates: State leadership lacking.
4:38am
WKOW. Officials "confident" elections will be secure next Tuesday.

Monday August 6, 2018

Governor

3:32pm
Gov. Walker. Hosts Cabinet meeting at State Fair.
1:51pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff honoring former Wisconsin State Senate President Mike Ellis.
9:56am
Gov. Walker. Announces initiative to help small contractors compete for Wisconn Valley construction work.

Legislative

4:11pm
Rep. Plumer. Receives committee assignments.
4:11pm
Speaker Vos. Announces committee assignments for Rep. Plumer.
3:31pm
Sen. Taylor. Reschedules National Night Out.
3:18pm
Rep. Nygren. Republican investments in healthcare yield positive prognosis.
1:47pm
Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association. 2017-2018 Legislator of the Year awards.

2:03pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Arkansas official says his state can't match Wisconsin's $100M tax incentive package for Kimberly-Clark.

State Agencies

3:20pm
DOR Sec. Chandler. Sales tax holiday and child sales tax rebate continue efforts to reduce Wisconsin's tax burden.
1:50pm
AG Schimel. Announces meth lab clean up program to reduce lab clean up costs by 90%.
9:50am
WEDC. $500 million Green Bay Packaging project receives WEDC support.
8:45am
DOC. Celebrates Assistance Dog Week.
5:19am
DATCP. Student or not, you have rights as a tenant.

Economy/Business

11:30am
WMC. To create statewide associaton health plan for employers.

2:15pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. USDA: Cost of farming increases in Wisconsin.

Statewide

3:23pm
Full Compass. Hires new Vice President of Marketing.
1:52pm
Quarles & Brady. Adds former state Rep. Thomas Springer to its Real Estate Group.
1:49pm
Wisconsin Property Taxpayers. Announces association health plan for members.

2:12pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Study: Wisconsin among best in U.S. for health care outcomes, worst for costs.
5:35am
Wisconsin Watch. Wisconsin residents see democracy decline, reflecting national discontent with government.

Courts

4:44am
Politico. Judge's ruling invalidates FEC regulation allowing anonymous donations to 'dark money' groups.

Education

3:16pm
UW-Madison. A stent-free future for common cardiovascular ailments.
11:28am
UW-Madison. Combining on and off switches, one protein can control flowering in plants.
9:54am
Marquette University. Researcher receives NIH grant to study the use of prenatal probiotics.
9:53am
UW-Stout. Mechanical engineering major awarded $5,000 industry scholarship.

Local

4:21pm
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett. The City of Milwaukee and Bird cooperate to overcome restrictions on e-scooters.
2:18pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 7 in Operation Drive Sober.
11:32am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Two cops dead and homicides, shootings, violence and disorder continue - where's the plan, Tom?

2:11pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Climate, policy changes pose risk of major flooding on Madison's Isthmus.
5:05am
WQOW. Rise in meth leads to rise in foster care cases in Chippewa County.
4:54am
Chippewa Herald. Life altered but reconstruction of remote Wisconsin harbor destroyed by floods continues along Lake Superior.
4:45am
Fox 6. Feds rebuked Milwaukee for lead abatement errors in 2012, long before public was told.

Congress

3:22pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Trump and the road to Fascism.

5:04am
WKOW. Sen. Baldwin visits Janesville to promote roadwork legislation.
4:47am
AP. In a change, Trump says meeting's purpose was Clinton info.
4:47am
The Hill. White House seeks to clarify Trump criticism of 'Russia hoax.'

Politics

3:17pm
Grothman for 6th Congress. 18 legislators endorse.
3:15pm
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by Network for Public Education Action.
2:19pm
Sieber for 88th Assembly. Outraises two term incumbent.
1:53pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Sean Duffy tapes ad for Leah Vukmir calling the attacks against her fake news.
1:45pm
RAGA. Brad Schimel focuses on improving transparency.
1:44pm
Evers for Governor. Raises nearly $110,000 from over 2,400 contributions.
11:31am
RPW. Gov. Walker makes 500,000th door knock of the election cycle.
11:27am
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by Rep. Christine Sinicki.
9:52am
Vipond for 5th Congress. Issues video: 'Reduce Healthcare Costs Now' in race to replace Sensenbrenner.
9:51am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. Endorsed by Wisconsin Family Action.
9:48am
Kober for Lieutenant Governor. To launch first statewide TV ad in race.
8:44am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Ron Kind votes against medical innovation.
5:20am
Hartwig for State Treasurer. NRA gives Travis Hartwig the only 'A' Grade among five candidates.

2:07pm
La Crosse Tribune. Democrats argue the case against a third Scott Walker term.
2:05pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. It's anybody's guess who will win 91st Assembly District primary on Democratic side.
1:56pm
Kenosha News. Baldwin decries "mss" in Washington during Kenosha campaign stop.
5:32am
NBC 15. Soglin portrays Gov. Walker as puppet in 1st campaign ad.
5:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Democrat governor hopefuls criticize Foxconn deal.
5:04am
WEAU. Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCabe visits Eau Claire.
5:02am
WXOW. Steve Toft talks farming background benefits for 3rd Congressional District.
5:01am
WKBT. Multiple Democratic gubernatorial candidates could draw in Wisconsin voters.
4:55am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Embattled Dem in Wisconsin Assembly faces motivated primary foe.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democratic gubernatorial candidates weigh in on state funding for local governments.
4:52am
La Crosse Tribune. NextGen Wisconsin rallying young liberal voters.
4:50am
Chippewa Herald. Medical marijuana, criminal justice among few issue divides for GOP hopefuls in U.S. Senate primary.
4:49am
Marshfield News Herald. Democrats running for governor call for more road funding and back higher gas taxes.
4:48am
Daily Reporter. Evers calls Walker anti-schools in latest ad.
4:46am
Reuters. Explainer: Key U.S. election matchups at stake in final big nominating contests.

Friday August 3, 2018

Governor

2:25pm
Gov. Walker. Appoints Buffalo County District Attorney.
11:58am
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin receives national award for economic development.
10:21am
Gov. Walker. Announces $15 million awarded to 33 municipalities for infrastructure, community improvements.

5:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says he's looking at all factors surrounding potential Fiserv Inc. aid.

Legislative

4:17pm
Rep. Edming. Congratulates Gilman on School Safety Grant award.
12:08pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces office hours at Dodge County Fair.
10:44am
Sen. Carpenter. Jerry Kramer - finally a Hall of Famer.
8:41am
Rep. Vorpagel. Statement on launch of Lilly Diabetes Solution Center.

State Agencies

8:44am
State Treasurer Adamczyk. Does Doug La Follette have over $2,000,000 in state pension?

5:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Companies sought to participate in transportation program to connect workers to jobs.
5:04am
WEAU. Attorney General's Task Force on Elder Abuse meets in Eau Claire.
4:55am
Baraboo News Republic. DNR to reinstate park rangers as law enforcement.
4:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Ethics Commission hires new administrator.

Economy/Business

9:08am
Bloomberg. China plans tariffs on $60 billion of imports to counter Trump.
9:06am
Reuters. U.S. job growth slows in July, unemployment rate dips.
8:43am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Farm real estate values still rising in Wisconsin.
8:42am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Cost of farming rose in Wisconsin last year.

Environment/Outdoors

5:03am
WBAY. Humane Society: 'Wolf hysteria is greatly exaggerated.'
5:01am
NBC 15. Nearly 40 percent of Wisconsin considered abnormally dry.
4:47am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Former DNR secretary George Meyer: We're regressing again' on water quality in Wisconsin.

Statewide

2:27pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Letter on 2020 census citizenship question.
12:05pm
Wisconsin American Legion. And the Milwaukee Brewers prepare for the 46th annual All-Star Game.

5:02am
NBC 26. 395 people sickened in McDonald's salad outbreak.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Some premiums could go down for ACA health plans.
4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Alliant Energy plans to stop using coal in its power plants by 2050.

Courts

5:13am
Chicago Tribune. Lawsuits seek reversal of smog break for Wisconsin Foxconn plant, Indiana steel mills.
4:49am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's redistricting case draws new judge on panel as Barbara Crabb withdraws.

Education

12:09pm
UW-Madison. Eating crikets can be good for your gut, according to new clinical trial.

5:24am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Hoping for more investment in public education, grassroots advocates push to #VotePublic.
4:59am
WAOW. Committee looks at options for major cuts at UWSP.

Local

5:30am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Joins lawmakers statewide in support of Marsy's Law.

4:51am
Janesville Gazette. Proposed Beloit casino inches closer to reality.

Congress

12:07pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Legislation to revitalize local waterfronts moves forward.
10:37am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Secures nearly $62 million for Wisconsin transportation infrastructure.

8:47am
The Hill. Senate Dems to force vote to block non-ObamaCare insurance plans.
4:58am
USA Today. Trump administration says ACLU - not government - should find deported parents.
4:57am
Reuters. Trump national security team says Russia behind effort to meddle in U.S. elections.
4:56am
The Hill. Trump calls for food stamp work requirements in farm bill.
4:52am
Chippewa Herald. White House asserts 'vast' effort to protect elections.

Politics

2:28pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Campaign's TV ad blitz highlights positive statewide impact of Foxconn.
2:26pm
RAGA. AG Brad Schimel launches anti-smurfing campaign.
2:24pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Wisconsin conservatives fight back against desperate DC attacks against Leah.
2:22pm
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by Diane Ravitch, president of the Network for Public Education.
12:31pm
DPW. Kevin Nicholson backs donor's Social Security cuts agenda.
12:03pm
One Wisconsin Now. More than 121,000 likely voters in Milwaukee County pay monthly student loan debt.
12:01pm
Evers for Governor. Campaign releases second TV ad, "Best."
12:00pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Major state parties raising money hand over fist.
10:39am
Roys for Governor. Crosses $1 million raised threshold.
10:38am
Evers for Governor. Three state senators endorse.
9:11am
Bodden for 59th Assembly. Only canddiate to receive NRA rating!
8:45am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Announces statewide "In Your Corner Tour" in August.
5:32am
Roys for Governor. Bon Iver endorses.
5:31am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Endorsed by National right to Life.

2:29pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Outside money pours into Wisconsin U.S. Senate race as Baldwin seeks re-election.
10:41am
Marshfield News Herald. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir racked up legal bills for taxpayers.
5:22am
Kenosha News. Three vie for GOP nod in 1st District debate.
5:20am
Fox 6. 'Now I'm taping him:' Mahlon Mitchell says he's no bully after turning the tables on GOP tracker.
5:05am
WQOW. Education, road funding discussed at 91st District Assembly Candidate Forum.
4:59am
CBS 58. Matt Flynn wants to end Foxconn deal: Can he?

Thursday August 2, 2018

Governor

11:13am
Gov. Walker. "It's the most wonderfair time of the year" Gov. Walker celebrates the opening of the 167th Wisconsin State Fair.

11:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker noncommittal to Fiserv incentive package in wake of arena naming rights deal.

Budget

9:20am
Boys & Girls Clubs of Wisconsin. Statement on state Superintendent Tony Evers $20 million proposal for after school programs.

Legislative

4:34pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Applauds Republican strategy to lower healthcare costs.
3:56pm
Rep. Tittl. More safey grants awarded in Manitowoc.
11:10am
NCSL. Speaker Robin Vos named president-elect.
10:48am
Sen. Schachtner. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: Need for Addiction Resources.

5:20am
Racine Journal Times. State legislators send letter to ICE on behalf of Ricardo Fierro.

State Agencies

4:33pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
3:58pm
DOC. Announces recruitment fairs for open security positions. Flyer.
3:16pm
WEDC. City of Oconomowoc receives $100,000 state grant to support development of downtown building.
1:07pm
Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Appoints new administrator.
12:31pm
AG Schimel. Provides $5.5 million in School Safety Grant funding to 60 school districts; More than $3 millioin to Milwaukee Public Schools.
11:50am
AG Schimel. Takes actoin with Task Force on Elder Abuse.
5:25am
AG Schimel. Statement on confirmed death due to synthetic cannabinoids.
5:22am
DATCP. Foreign cheese buyers to be treated to a 'Wisconsin Experience.'

12:42pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Downtown, Near West Side being considered for state office buildings.
9:40am
Cap Times. Treasurer Matt Adamczyk's demands to state employees 'abusive' and 'unreasonable,' says AG Brad Schimel.
5:05am
Stevens Point Journal. Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel says DOJ is 'studying' 3D-printed guns.
5:01am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Mental health facility again promises changes after failing inspection for third time.
4:58am
NBC 15. Sales tax holiday helps students buy new laptops.
4:55am
WBAY. After relapsing, addicts say Vivitrol program ended too abruptly.

Economy/Business

10:59am
CNBC. China says it must retaliate against tariffs 'to defend the nation's dignity.'
9:36am
Casino Games Pro. Beloit proposed tribal casino resort seals fate with Bureau of Indian Affairs meeting.
9:28am
The Hill. GOP sen: Farm bailout is 'the government picking winners and losers.'
5:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Dairy alternatives continue to see sales growth as FDA prepares crack down on terms like 'milk.'

Environment/Outdoors

4:53am
WBAY. 4 dogs attacked by wolves over the weekend.

Statewide

4:01pm
Transportation Development Assocation. Wisconsin's bridges: Not a win-win scenario.
3:59pm
Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative. Board elects officers.
3:55pm
WPS. We Energies. Strengthen commitment to employees, customers with opening of Green Bay Training Center.
3:04pm
Badger Institute, Tax Foundation. Online sales tax revenue presents an opportunity for permanent, comprehensive tax reform in Wisconsin.
2:57pm
American Lung Association. Wisconsin man to lead Association's Western Division.
2:56pm
Alliant Energy. Reducing carbon emissions 80% and eliminating coal by 2050.
1:51pm
Alliant Energy. Customers win in decision to freeze Alliant Energy Wisconsin rates.

4:02pm
Daily Reporter. For McGowan, it's not personal and it's not politics. It's policy.
12:36pm
The Hill. Study: Opioid prescriptions in U.S. have not declined.
5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Opponents of Wisconsin's 'Cocaine Mom' law continue fight.
4:56am
WISC. Another health alert added to long list of foods possibly contaminated with salmonella, cyclospora.

Courts

10:57am
District IV Court of Appeals. State v. Christopher A. Mason.
10:56am
District I Court of Appeals. Theodore Lipscomb v. Christopher Abele.

5:02am
Daily Reporter. Environmental group sues over smog regulations.

Education

2:50pm
UW-Madison. Cellular communication system in mice helps control female fertility.
2:47pm
DPI. WEOP college tours.
1:50pm
UW-Stout. Board of Regents approves promotions, tenure for 43 faculty members.

Local

2:58pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies stop man driving 99 mph in 55 mph zone.

5:08am
Madison.com. Mount Pleasant carries on past Aug. 1 Foxconn deadline for land acquisition.
4:51am
WQOW. EC County Board drafting resolution aimed at regulating conversion therapy in Wisconsin.
4:50am
WQOW. Eau Claire County Board to take up marijuana advisory referendum.

Congress

1:53pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Leads Senate effort to force a vote to overturn Trump administration's junk health insurance rule that eliminates protections for pre-existing conditions.
10:44am
WISPIRG. Consumer group denounces federal proposal to stall clean car standards.

5:00am
The Hill. Trump escalates attacks on Mueller probe.
4:59am
Reuters. Trump's overture to emerging Asia drowned out by trade war.
4:58am
Reuters. Massive U.S. defense policy bill passes without strict China measures.

Politics

3:00pm
NARAL Pro-Choice America. New poll shows suburban women support abortion rights regardless of party affiliation.
2:50pm
Survival Coalition. Candidates for govenor disability-related questions and answers.
1:04pm
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. SEIU Wisconsin State Council endorses.
12:46pm
Kitchens for 1st Assembly. Receives endorsements from conservation groups.
12:32pm
DPW. NRA-backed Brad Schimel "mum" on 3D-printed guns.
12:30pm
Dittrich for 38th Assembly. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch endorses.
12:28pm
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Baldwin's attack ad proves she knows Kevin Nicholson can beat her in November.
12:27pm
Rahlf for 60th Assembly. John Muir Chapter of Sierra Club endorses.
11:48am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Republicans outraising Dems with record-breaking hauls by legislative leaders.
11:11am
RPW. Foxconn's impact reaches every corner of the state.
10:51am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker joins friends and grassroots suppporters for campaign milestone.
10:46am
Roys for Governor. Endorsed by 18 elected officials in Madison and throughout Dane County.
9:25am
Keyes for 31st Assembly. Reps. Kolste, Spreitzer, and Vruwink endorse.
9:19am
Vipond for 5th Congress. Campaign: 'Jawboning on tariffs inneffective, Jim' in race to replace Sensenbrenner.
9:18am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Announces final leg of her Wisconsin Way tour before the Republican Senate primary.
5:29am
Nicholson for U.S. Senate. Releases new ad highlighting Vukmir's attacks on President Trump.
5:27am
WEAC. Recommends Brittany Keyes in Assembly District 31.
5:25am
Republican Party of Kenosha County. (Updated) To host First Congressional District Republican primary debate.

4:36pm
ABC News. In Trump's shadow, Scott Walker seeks 3rd term as Wisconsin governor. 
12:39pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Kevin Nicholson stresses military service in GOP bid for U.S. Senate.
12:38pm
NBC 15. Mitchell turns camera on Walker tracker.
9:17am
WUWM. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Flynn would seek to nullify Foxconn contract.
4:57am
WISC. Here's where the Democrats running for Wisconsin governor stand on education.
4:55am
WKBT. Governor-hopeful State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout says she would take different direction than Walker.

Wednesday August 1, 2018

Governor

10:16am
Gov. Walker. Kicks off back-to-school sales tax holiday.

2:12pm
WAOW. Packers jerseys, wedding apparel qualify for sales tax holiday.
5:02am
WQOW. Gov. Walker touts tax holiday during stop in Chippewa Falls.

Budget

1:44pm
Fond du Lac Reporter. Tony Evers vows to restore state commitment to fund two-thirds of schools in 2019-'21 budget.

Legislative

4:07pm
Sen. Darling. Statement on WILL report on MPS refusing to sell vacant buildings.
1:38pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Fix State-local mental health partnerships.
12:32pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on Kimberly-Calrk discussions.
12:02pm
Various Democrat Legislators. Letter calling for release of Ricardo Fierro from ICE detention.
9:42am
Rep. Shankland. Walker administration continues to mislead on Foxconn's environmental impact. Leg. Council Memo.
9:13am
LRB. Gill v. Whitford - Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case.
5:29am
Rep. Bernier Congratulates school safety grant recipients.

State Agencies

1:59pm
DOR. 2018 preliminary Equalized Values now available.
1:37pm
DNR. Incidental take notice and amendment for Richland, Iowa and Grant counties.
1:33pm
DHS. First death in Wisconsin linked to fake weed.
11:35am
DVA Sec. Zimmerman. Announces grant application period open for nonprofits that serve veterans, families.
9:44am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Appoints four new members to their Board of Curators.
9:08am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - August 2018.
9:07am
DCF. Child support: Investing in healthier parent-child relationships.

1:42pm
WBAY. Wisconsin confirms first death linked to fake weed.
5:04am
WJFW. Students create, film, produce distracted driving PSA through Wisconsin DOT.

Economy/Business

3:17pm
WEC Energy Group. Releases 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report.

5:22am
WTMJ. Wisconsin hemp farmers hope to cash in on controversial crop.
5:11am
Reuters. China vows retaliation if Trump slaps 25 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese imports.
4:46am
La Crosse Tribune. Aluminum tariffs a concern to Crown Beverage Packaging in La Crosse.

Statewide

1:39pm
AARP. Volunteers needed across Wisconsin for AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program.
10:13am
Quarles & Brady. Mile Bluff Medical Center and Stoughton Hospital Association win Quarles & Brady and Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative Community Engagement Award.

5:04am
WISC. DOJ creates new public database to track sex offenses.

Courts

11:46am
Clean Wisconsin. Files lawsuit challenging U.S. EPA's failure to reduce unhealthy smog.

4:42am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 10 new lawsuits protest Eau Claire tax bills.

Education

4:08pm
UW-Madison. Green County cheesemaker opens major expansion.
11:47am
UW-Stout. Robotics REU helps students from around U.S. gain valuable experience.
9:06am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Study: Millions in taxpayer money spent on MPS' vacant schools crisis.

Local

3:39pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Grant accepted to beautify city parks with hundreds of trees.
2:53pm
MCTS. Offers blue ribbon service to the Wisconsin State Fair.
1:34pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Let us work to surpass our reputation as City of Festivals.
5:15am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Council votes to push for change in state law to legalize motorized scooters.
5:14am
Milwaukee Common Council. Partners with community organizations to address lead issues.

Congress

2:42pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Secures key investment to spur innovation, support Wisconsin cheesemakers and dairy businesses.
11:37am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on Trump administration plan to expand junk insurance plans.
11:36am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on administration rule to restore individual choice in health care.
10:32am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Casey. Lead colleagues to urge Trump administration to stop health care sabotage.
9:10am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Introduces bipartisan legislation to expand flight-training programs for veterans.

11:41am
The Hill. Trump expands non-ObamaCare plans in effort to open up cheaper options.
5:19am
Daily Reporter. U.S. says no need for better gas mileage, heavy vehicles safer.
4:53am
The Hill. Facebook reveals evidence to Congress of new disinformation campaign ahead of midterm elections.
4:52am
The Hill. Senators restart talks to fix family separations.
4:43am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Official: Agency warned separating families bad for kids.

Politics

4:12pm
Godlewski for State Treasurer. Earns key endorsement from End Citizens United.
4:11pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Announces additional endorsements for 2018 fall elections.
3:25pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Backs Assemblyman John Spiros.
3:21pm
DPW. Trump rubber stamps Vukmir and Nicholson litigate Trump support.
3:18pm
RAGA. $5 million more for school safety in Wisconsin.
1:47pm
RPW. Launches radio ads against four Democrats running for governor in closing days of primary.
1:36pm
Roys for Governor. Releases second ad on healthcare. Fact Sheet.
12:03pm
One Wisconsin Now. Desperate Scott Walker goes negative weeks before Democratic primary to pick his general election opponent.
11:34am
United Faculty and Academic Staff of UWEC. Public invited to 91st Assembly District candidate forum on education
10:36am
Vipond for 5th Congress. 'Opioids: Clear & Present Danger' in race to replace Sensenbrenner.
10:34am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Campaign launches four regional Foxconn ads to emphasize statewide impact.
9:42am
Barnes for Lieutenant Governor. Wisconsin AFL-CIO endorses.
5:28am
McCabe for Governor. Campaign starts ads on Hulu.

11:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Leah Vukmir emphasizes Republican roots in bid for U.S. Senate seat.
10:40am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latest polls suggest Scott Walker faces tougher re-election path than Tammy Baldwin.
5:10am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Kevin Nicholson, Leah Vukmir oppose abortion but won't say if they want Roe v. Wade overturned.
4:44am
Chippewa Herald. GOP U.S. Senate primary turns brutal over who's more loyal to Donald Trump.
4:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. 4 Democratic candidates for 77th Assembly District vie for voters at Madison forum.
4:36am
Marshfield News Herald. Duffy's campaign orders NY Times, gives to other Republicans as he far outpaces rivals.
4:35am
Wausau Daily Herald. Video from 2016 surfaces of Leah Vukmir saying Donald Trump was 'offensive to everyone.'
4:34am
Daily Reporter. Democrat launches first TV ad in governor's race.

 

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