Wednesday September 19, 2018 - Updated 4:14pm

Governor

4:30am
WJFW. Gov. Walker announces grants to assist teachers in technical training.

Budget

1:53pm
Survival Coalition. (Revised) Responds to state agency budget requests.
10:22am
WHCA/WiCAL. Thanks administration officials on agency requests.
10:20am
Wisconsin Assisted Living Association. Governor Walker administration prioritizes direct caregivers in agency budget request - assisted living profession grateful.
9:52am
Disability Service Provider Network. Commends health services agency budget request commitment to investing in the long-term care workforce.
9:49am
Leading Age Wisconsin. Applauds state's health department budget request supporting direct care workforce funding.
9:47am
Gathering Waters. Land trust community applauds request for 10-year reauthorization of the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program.

4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Converting Wisconsin youth prison to facility for adults to cost $14.2 million.

Legislative

3:33pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Tribes and lawmakers meet to resolve issues.
1:13pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Statement on Middleton shooting.
9:48am
OCI Commisioner Nickel. Reminds consumers to evaluate their insurance coverage in case of disaster.
9:46am
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on Saturday.
9:29am
Rep. Rob Brooks. Receives 2018 Wisconsin Realtors Association's "Chairman's Citation" award.

11:19am
Fox 11. Wisconsin senator looks to kill CWD regulations.
4:37am
Janesville Gazette. State senator calls on UW-Whitewater chancellor to resign; UW System opens new investigation.

State Agencies

4:06pm
DATCP. What rescue groups and pet adopters need to know before moving pets from an out-of-state disaster to Wisconsin
5:12am
DFI. Financial literacy is key to financial preparedness.
5:11am
DNR. Weekly news.

4:49am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Wisconsin's less traveled highways meet goals for first time in years, DOT says.
4:42am
U.S. News & World Report. Book: Wisconsin quietly OK'd Lake Michigan water diversion.
4:42am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo leaders grill DOT boss on local roads.
4:28am
WBAY. Wisconsin confirms 16 more cases of bleeding linked to fake weed.

Economy/Business

4:29am
WTMJ. Local distilleries benefit from Trump tax code changes.
4:26am
WISC. Foxconn signs deal to jointly develop Wisconsin ginseng.
4:23am
USA Today. New China tariff list creates risk of 'downward cycle' for U.S. auto industry.

Statewide

3:36pm
Kids Forward. To honor organizations working to advance racial justice and amplify the voices of communities of color.
11:40am
Marshfield Clinic Health System. And Memorial Hospital sign definitive agreement finalizing Neillsvills Hospital affiliation.

5:06am
WAOW. Meth: A growing problem in Wisconsin.
4:21am
Governing. States and cities' battle for control of 5G reaches the FCC.

Courts

10:19am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Federal court rules Wisconsin state employee health insurance must cover for transgender workers.
9:28am
Wisconsin Civil Justice Council. Issues 2018 judicial evaluation.

4:40am
Chippewa Herald. State insurance rule on transgender care is sex discrimination, federal judge rules.
4:30am
WAOW. Teen inmate sentenced after attacking youth prison worker.

Education

1:08pm
UW-Stout. Recent graduate strives to develop better military compass.
11:39am
UW-Stout. Best-selling author to read Oct. 22 from forthcoming novel.
11:31am
UW-Madison. Next generation Large Hadron Collider relies on UW-Madison computing.
9:06am
UW-Madison. Fletcher's research sheds light on lowering drinking age.
5:14am
UW-Platteville. To celebrate distinguished and outstanding alumni.
5:13am
UW-Platteville. Students and faculty recognized by WiSys for innovation.

4:50am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point eyeing October for plan to cut majors, jobs.

Local

3:35pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Announces appointment of Director of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer.
1:10pm
Wisconsin Catholic Conference. Announcing day of priestly prayer.
11:38am
Racine Mayor Mason. Joint statement on filing vacant aldermanic seat.
5:16am
Sun Prairie BID. Announces Downtown is Open Celebration fundraiser event.

2:32pm
U.S. News & World Report. The Latest: Wisconsin workplace shooter dead, shot by police.
12:05pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Update: Four injured, no fatalities in Middleton workplace shooting.
11:46am
NBC 15. Dane County wheel tax starting in October.
4:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. EC County Board addressed on proposed moratorium for large livestock facilities.
4:24am
WXOW. Sharp increase in overdoses spur fentanyl worries.
4:18am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Mount Pleasant transfers additional land to Foxconn.

Congress

5:21am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Introduces bipartisan legislation to rename post office after Milwaukee native Vel Phillips.

4:22am
Reuters. Senate passes spending measure, step toward preventing shutdown.
4:17am
The Hill. Kavanaugh accuser says FBI should investigate before she testifies.

Politics

4:14pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Discusses his past in campaign's latest television ad.
3:37pm
Steil for 1st Congress. All six First District county sheriff's endorse.
10:21am
One Wisconsin Now. Five things to remember when Scott Walker whines about campaign fundraising.
9:54am
RPW. ICYMI: Walker, Kleefisch promise to keep protecting those with pre-existing conditions.
9:53am
DPW. Experts agree: Walker's phony helath care plan would gut protections for Wisconsinites w/pre-existing conditions.
9:43am
Bryce for 1st Congress. ICYMI: Randy Bryce's mom calls for shameful GOP attack ad featuring Bryce's brother to be taken off the air.
9:27am
Schimel for Attorney General. Issues September letter to supporters.
5:20am
DPW. Vukmir defends opposing coverage for hearing-impaired kids.
5:20am
DPW. The company you keep: Scott Walker spent his Friday night raising money from anti-ACA activists.
5:17am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Participates in National Voter Registration Day 2018.

12:47pm
AP. Former aides give Wisconsin Gov. Walker re-election headache.
11:28am
WKOW. Report: 911 called on Assembly candidate, Sheilia Stubbs, while canvassing.
4:59am
The Hill. Poll: Democrats inch forward in Wisconsin.
4:57am
NBC News. Wisconsin Democrat Randy Bryce's brother tells voters to back the GOP in new ad.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder campaigns for Evers, Mandela in Milwaukee.
4:38am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Poll makes blue wave seem more likely in Wisconsin.
4:27am
Politico. Obamacare lawsuit boosts Democrats in state AG races.
4:25am
WKOW. "We've got to be prepared," Walker says of MU poll results.
4:20am
Washington Post. Political nonprofits must now name many of their donors under federal court ruling after Supreme Court declines to intervene.

Tuesday September 18, 2018

Governor

3:28pm
Gov. Walker. Foxconn bonus: Gov. Walker celebrates strategic agreements between Foxconn, the Ginseng Board Wisconsin, and Central Wisconsin Ginseng Producers.
10:46am
Gov. Walker. Requests FEMA assessments in 17 counties.

Budget

9:57am
DOJ. Budget request calls for crime lab reforms and system-wide investment in prosecutors, public defenders, and the courts.
9:33am
Rep. Sargent. Statement on eerily familiar DOR budget request.

12:11pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. AG Schimel wants $1.6M to hire more lab staff.
4:49am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker, Evers tout budget proposals in midst of campaign.
4:38am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Scott Walker seeks tax relief for seniors, parents in upcoming state budget.

Legislative

2:44pm
Rep. Bowen. MU Law Poll: Wisconsinites not fooled by Walker's bad Foxconn deal.
1:32pm
Joint Audit Cmte Co-Chairs Sen. Cowles and Rep. Kerkman. Work of Legislative Audit Bureau again affirmed. 
1:16pm
Sen. Nass. UW-Whitewater Chancellor Kopper should resign. 
12:06pm
Sen. Cowles. Kenosha breaks ground on first lead lateral replacement under new program.
10:51am
Rep. Hintz. Named as a Friend of Family Medicine.

2:39pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. UW opens new investigation into spouse of UW-Whitewater chancellor after latest harassment allegations.
10:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Experts: State bill on pre-existing conditions falls short of ACA protections.
4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse area officials: Dark store loophole unfair to homeowners.

State Agencies

2:44pm
DHS. More cases of severe bleeding in Wisconsin linked to synthetic cannabinoids.
2:31pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Communities receive nearly $2.4 million for projects.
11:58am
AG Schimel. Joins bipartisan group of 56 attorneys general in urging Congress to renew legislation protecting women.
11:13am
DATCP. Hilrose Advent Anna-Red is 2018 Cow of the Year.
9:55am
DOT. Wisconsin State Patrol participating in national commercial motor vehicle "Brake Safety Week."
9:47am
Board on Aging and Long Term Care. Honored with 2018 Aging and Disability ACE Award.
9:46am
DOT. Gov. Walker announces $126,000 transportation award to Outagamie County to support new Air Wisconsin/United Express hangar.

2:36pm
U.S. News & World Report. Consultant uncovers host of problems at Wisconsin crime labs.
10:11am
Chicago Tribune. Before Foxconn got access to millions of gallons of Lake Michigan water, Wisconsin quietly gave small village even more.
4:58am
WISC. Wisconsin Elections Commission hires new staff aimed at increasing elections security.
4:37am
Sheboygan Press. Teen prison guard fired in incident that left teen brain damaged gets reinstated and nearly $30,000 in back pay.

Economy/Business

2:33pm
Foxconn. To grow Wisconsin-based ginseng brand and boost ginseng research and market development.

12:14pm
Reuters. China to penalize $60 billion of U.S. imports in tit-for-tat move.
5:11am
WKOW. Dairy farms struggle to stay open during financially stressful year.
4:42am
Bloomberg. Trump tariffs set stage for drawn-out trade battle with China.
4:40am
Reuters. China says it will retaliate after Trump imposes fresh tariffs.
4:32am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn to hire "a few hundred" employees within three months.
4:30am
WISC. 'When it comes down to it, farming is a business': Dairy farming rapidly declining in Wisconsin.

Environment/Outdoors

4:28am
WJFW. New hunting regulation starts place in October.

Statewide

12:07pm
DPW. BREAKING: Roads getting worse in Wisconsin under Walker.
10:47am
PDPW. 2018-19 Educational Programs & Events Calendar.
9:53am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Report: High-quality child care growing in Wisconsin, but access varies widely.
9:38am
TRIP. Wisconsin motorists lose $6.8 billion per year driving on roads that are rough, congested & lack some safety features - up to $2,300 per driver. Lack of funding will lead to further deterioration, increased congestion and higher costs to drivers. Report.

2:49pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. Wisconsin road woes cost drivers $6.8 billion each year, study says.
2:46pm
WiscNews. Flooding, tornado damage total reaches $232 million; Scott Walker wants federal help for 17 counties.
9:39am
Cap Times. National report: Half of Wisconsin's major roads are in poor or mediocre condition.

Courts

11:51am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Argues school choice busing case in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Education

2:32pm
UW-Madison. And apple growers, bring data to the orchard.
2:28pm
One Wisconsin Now. Report: Bradley Foundation has spent $154 million on higher educational agenda.
9:56am
UW-Stout. Prent Packaging Laboratories dedicated, thanks to alumnus.
9:43am
UW-Madison. Stone survivors: Law School gargoyles reunited after nearly 70 years apart.

4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker budget puts $5M toward STEM center at UW-Green Bay.
4:31am
Fox 11. New STEM building project at UWGB begins with ceremonial groundbreaking.

Local

11:54am
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. New Health Advisory Committee can spike citizen participation and engagement on critical issues.
11:52am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County 2018 youth sruvey results show positives.
10:44am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Voter participation package moves forward.
9:42am
WMC. Eau Claire County's attempt to block livestock facilities unlawful.

4:31am
WBAY. Brown County sees record-shattering heroin and meth seizures.

Congress

2:29pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Johnson. Introduce legislation to designate the Vel R. Phillips Post Office building in Milwaukee.
10:45am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Reforms pass Senate with overwhelming bipartisan support.
5:11am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on passage of opioid package.

5:09am
Politico. Congress' latest opioid bill won't solve the crisis.
4:46am
The Hill. Senate passes bipartisan bill to curb opioid crisis.
4:43am
USA Today. State Department to cap admissions of refugees fleeing war, violence and persecution at lowest point ever: 30,000.
4:39am
The Hill. Kavanaugh, accuser to testify publicly on Monday.
4:29am
WAOW. Schimel wants to know truth about Kavanaugh allegations quickly.

Federal Agencies

3:29pm
Washington Examiner. Big rigs may get bigger.

Politics

2:28pm
One Wisconsin Now. On Marquette University Law School Poll.
1:23pm
Marquette Law School Poll. New Marquette Law School Poll finds Evers, Baldwin with leads among Wisconsin voters. 
12:18pm
DPW. Bought and paid for: Vukmir collected $40K whlie pushing ALEC bills.
11:20am
NextGen America. Launches Black Lives Rising to increase black youth turnout in midterm elections.
11:16am
DPW. Condemns nasty, divisive attacks from Paul Ryan's Super PAC.
11:12am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin paid Hillary Clinton's lawyer $90,000 to 'fix' Tomah crisis.
9:58am
Toft for 3rd Congress. "Dregs of Society": Does Ron Kind agree?
9:54am
RPW. ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin tried to silence staffer after Tomah VA controversy.
9:51am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Releases first TV ad: "Yael"
9:41am
RPW. Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month.

2:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Marquette Poll: Tammy Baldwin opens wide margin over Leah Vukmir in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
2:35pm
Wisconsin State Journal. New Marquette poll finds Tony Evers leading Scott Walker in governor's race.
12:00pm
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Six months later Caleb Frostman & Andre Jacque are on the ballot, again.
11:56am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin official apologizes to opponent over flag flap.
4:44am
Fox 6. Cancer survivors spar in Wisconsin governor's race over protections for pre-existing conditions.
4:36am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Evers challenges Walker to quit targeting ACA.
4:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats criticize Vukmir for vote against coverage for hearing aids, implants.

Monday September 17, 2018

Governor

4:47pm
Gov. Walker. Black Hawks heading to North Carolina to aid in Hurricane Florence relief.
3:53pm
Gov. Walker. Announces $3.6 million in Fast Forward Dual Enrollment Grants to help more than 1,000 teachers, 209 school districts.
2:02pm
Gov. Walker. Helps break ground on $15 million STEM Innovation Center at UW-Green Bay.

Budget

3:56pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Statement on K-12 education budget.
10:16am
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin is ready to win the 21st century: tax relief, worker training, children's health among Governor Walkers priorities in next state budget.

4:40am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers calls for nearly $1.7 billion hike in state funding for K-12 schools.

Legislative

4:56pm
Sen. Cowles. Helps break ground for new STEM Center.
1:48pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on Hispanic Heritage Month.
1:44pm
Sen. Taylor. Congratulates Kimberly Sweets for first place at Edible Art Show.
10:24am
Rep. Hebl. Column: Fiscal irresponsibility rampant in Washington and Wisconsin.

11:44am
Racine Journal Times. Wirch, Wanggaard express concerns about Kimberly-Clark deal.
5:28am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Senate president says they need to act fast to keep Kimberly-Clark.
4:43am
Racine Journal Times. Walmart sent us a letter on 'dark stores,' and critics have responded.

State Agencies

1:18pm
DNR. Public meeting set on dregding at South Milwaukee.
10:21am
One Wisconsin Now. Another Brad Schimel blunder: Attorney General's pick to run Office of School Safety stands to personally profit from fund she oversees.

4:42am
Chippewa Herald. Critics call WisDOT's preferred plan for I-39/90 at Beltline 'brand-new bottleneck.'

Economy/Business

1:16pm
WMC. & Johnson Financial Group announce top 16 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin.

1:52pm
CNBC. Kudlow says Trump has 'not been satisfied' with China trade talks, tariff announcement coming soon.
5:06am
Reuters. China says will respond if U.S. implements new tariffs.
5:01am
Yahoo Finance. Brutal map shows why U.S. farmers want Trump to 'end the trade war.'

Statewide

10:18am
WRA. August 2018 home sales report.

Education

3:57pm
UW-Stout. Interns, recent grads gain experience at acclaimed new gold resort.
3:17pm
UW-Madison. Construction begins on $133 million revamp of Chemistry Building.
2:03pm
UW-Madison. Vaccine opt-outs dropped - barely - when California added more hurdles.
2:01pm
Marshfield Clinic Health System. And UW-Stevens Point partner to expand health-related majors, clinical training program.
1:21pm
Foxconn. Kicks off Fall 2018 Wisconsin College Career Fair recruitment program with "Foxconn Day" at UW-Milwaukee.
10:19am
UW-Platteville. Student surveys snake fungal disease at Eagle Valley Preserve.

Local

4:55pm
Madison Metro Sewerage District. Celebrate Pollution Prevention Week and help put our streams, rivers and lakes on a reduced-salt diet.
3:52pm
RENEW Wisconsin. Milwaukee gears up for bicycle tour.
1:17pm
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Milwaukee County Exec. Chris Abele to support veteran workforce development programs.

5:12am
Racine Journal Times. Discussions on new Racine County juvenile detention facility continue.
4:57am
Superior Telegram. County adopts stopgap for budget deficit.
4:41am
Portage Daily Register. Rash of overdose deaths don't surprise Columbia County first responders.

Congress

11:40am
One Wisconsin Now. Does Scott Walker still believe accused perpetrator of sexual assault Brett Kavanaugh fits criteria he looks for in judicial candidates?
11:39am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Gets the job done for Wisconsin shipbuilding in bipartisan defense spending bill.
5:17am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Members stress need for a strong Farm Bill.

2:11pm
Fox 11. The Latest: Sen. Baldwin calls Kavanaugh claims 'credible.'
1:54pm
Reuters. Trump adviser eyes entitlement cuts to plug U.S. budget gaps.
11:48am
AP. Sen. Johnson says panel should hear from Kavanaugh accuser.
4:47am
The Hill. Congress prepares to punt biggest political battles until after midterms.
4:45am
The Hill. Allegations throw Kavanaugh confirmation into turmoil.

Politics

3:55pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Veterans choose Leah: Baldwin 'let down our brothers and sisters over at the Tomah VA.
1:42pm
DPW. Leah Vukmir voted against coverage for deaf children.
1:21pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Walker's bait and switch on pre-existing condition discrimination.
1:19pm
Steil for 1st Congress. VIDEO: Steil brings community together to solve problems in new ad.
11:38am
RPW. ICYMI: Rebecca Kleefisch sets record stratight, promises to protect those with pre-existing conditions.
10:22am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch are committed to continuing coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
10:19am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Announces new radio ad.
10:15am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir criticizes Baldwin's handling of VA controversy.
10:14am
Evers for Governor. WATCH: Tony Evers challenges Walker to drop lawsuit threatening pre-existing conditions protections.
5:20am
Anderson for Governor. Calls for the establishment of a Universal Open Enrollment program in Wisconsin.
5:18am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Dozens of state legislative candidates tell CC/WI of their support for ending partisan gerrymandering.
5:15am
Loudenbeck for 31st Assembly. Announces Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin endorsement.

2:16pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Democratic candidate: GOP lieutenant governor claim he knelt during anthem 'a lie.'
2:15pm
Cap Times. Unemployment and wages: Walker, Evers offer different visions for workforce, economic development.
2:05pm
U.S. News & World Report. Republican Super PAC attacks Bryce over arrest record.
11:49am
WEAU. Walker, Evers use budget proposals to score political points.
11:47am
U.S. News & World Report. Barnes says Kleefisch claims about kneeling are 'crazy.'
4:53am
WSAW. Walker campaign: Would call special session on insurance.
4:50am
Wisconsin Watch. How hackers could attack Wisconsin's elections and what state officials are doing about it.
4:49am
Fox 6. Debate over Wisconsin's roads features high-altitude attack ad over Lambeau Field.

Friday September 14, 2018

Governor

4:57pm
Gov. Walker. Issues Executive Order relating to Hurricane Florence.
11:10am
Gov. Walker. Approves contract to reconstruct Black Earth bridges.
10:14am
Gov. Walker. Saving our small towns: Announces $4 million in new direct assistance available to businesses, homeowners impacted by flooding.

12:24pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker announces 2 new flood assistance programs.
12:23pm
Green Bay Press Gazette. Scott Walker stands by team in charge of Lincoln Hills after nurses took days to get ill teen to hospital in 2016.
4:10am
WISC. 'Wisconsin families are hurting': Walker takes first step toward federal disaster declaration.
4:02am
Fox 6. 'Growing and investing:' Gov. Walker tours Metro Market in Milwaukee.

Legislative

1:49pm
Gov. Walker. Letter to senators regarding Kimberly-Clark.
1:17pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Two new direct assistance programs and 2-1-1.
11:38am
Rep. Brooks. Associated Builders and Contractors of Wisconsin recognizes Rep. Rob Brooks for 'Building Wisconsin.'
11:35am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Scott Walker latest corporate welfare scheme.
11:11am
Rep. Plumer. Announces listening session in Pacific.
11:09am
Rep. Neubauer. Testifies in front of U.S. Department of Education.
4:32am
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Senator Roth to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.
4:31am
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Assembly Majority Leader Steineke to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.
4:30am
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Tittle to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.

2:49pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker implores senators to visit Kimberly-Clark plant.
2:47pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker calls for Senate to approve Kimberly-Clark legislation in extraordinary session.
4:09am
CBS 58. Local police, lawmakers discuss proposed statewide body camera policy.

State Agencies

4:05pm
DMA. Wisconsin Guard ready to assist with hurricane response.
2:53pm
DNR. Fall hunting and trapping forecasts available online.
9:41am
DMA. Prepare for the unexpected by learning life-saving skills.
4:29am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Gundersen Health System Archives awarded the 2018 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Achievement.
4:25am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

Economy/Business

10:18am
Foxconn. Issues Request for Proposal for design enhancements to Foxconn Place in Green Bay.
9:39am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Announces winners of 2018 Business Awards.

11:31am
Bloomberg. Trump wants $200 billion in China tariffs despite talks, sources say.
4:20am
Washington Post. Why China could withstand the trade war far longer than Trump thinks.
4:19am
Bloomberg. Trump says he feels 'no pressure' to make China trade deal.
4:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin on pace to hit highest loss of dairy farms in 4 years.

Statewide

4:05am
La Crosse Tribune. The opioid crisis: Every state's overdose death rate, ranked.
4:04am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Federal money for ACA sign up assistance declines again.

Courts

10:20am
WISC. Attorneys set to refile Wisconsin redistricting complaint.
4:17am
Reuters. Attorney general vows to fight nationwide court injunctions.
4:06am
Cap Times. Dane County pipeline case moves to Supreme Court.

Education

4:04pm
UW-Stout. Pathways Forward kickoff features major benefactors.
2:42pm
UW-Madison. Power-hungry data centers may help make a more efficient national electric grid.
4:26am
UW System. Testifies in support of federal financial aid for students in UW Flexible Option program.

4:07am
Racine Journal Times. Racine Unified teacher Union President says contract/communication issues frustrating teachers.
4:03am
Kenosha News. DeVos plans rile higher education officials.

Local

10:15am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Washington County hires Ethan Hollenberger as Public Affairs Coordinator.

Congress

2:43pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Voices support for merger moratorium bill.
12:29pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Bipartisan group of lawmakers introduces bill to stabilize pending interstate sales tax chaos.
10:16am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Over 100 VETERANS FOR TAMMY announced at Milwaukee event.

4:17am
USA Today. Lawmakers reach deal to avoid government shutdown.
4:13am
The Hill. House panel advances key bill in new round of GOP tax cuts.
4:12am
The Hill. Medicaid rolls set to be slashed under Trump-approved work rules.
4:05am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Duffy proposes delisting gray wolves.

Politics

4:06pm
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Statement regarding agricultural forum in Janesville.
2:45pm
Evers for Governor. New ad hits back on Walker's false, desperate attacks.
2:44pm
DGA. Where's Walker? Jetting off to the swamp.
1:25pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Wisconsin Senate in The Hill's "10 seats mostly likely to flip."
1:16pm
Hartwig for State Treasurer. Millennial Republican canddiate celebrates 25th birthday on the campaign trail.
1:15pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WEDC hands $250K in state welfare to company run by generous Walker donor.
11:16am
DPW. Scott Walker has undermined protections for Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions for nearly a decade.
9:45am
Evers for Governor. TONY-MENTUM: Cook Political Report moves WI-Gov race from lean R to toss-up.
9:43am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: In new TV ad to air during Packers game, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch sets the record straight on pre-existing conditions.
9:38am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Launches new 7-figure TV ad: We can't afford Tony Evers.
4:25am
RAGA. Brad Schimel releases new TV ad.
4:24am
Walker for Governor. Statement on rescheduling of WBA debate with Tony Evers.
4:22am
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. Gubernatorial debate rescheduled.
4:22am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. With justice for all.
4:21am
DPW. Walker ducks roads questions in Milwaukee, his administration's plan flops in La Crosse.

2:55pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Baldwin accuses opponent of politicizing veterans issues.
2:50pm
U.S. News & World Report. Former school board president cuts ad for Evers.
11:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Koch-funded group Americans for Prosperity drops another $1.3M against Evers.
10:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Cancer survivors Evers, Kleefisch clash over health care.
4:19am
Fox 6. Wisconsin governor, Senate debate set for same night.
4:18am
U.S. News & World Report. Barnes says he's not interested in Obama-Trump voters.
4:15am
Governing. With primary season over, Democrats poised to gain 3 to 7 governor's seats.
4:11am
WEAU. Schimel, Kaul may clash in 3 October debates.
4:08am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Scott Walker says he's running a positive campaign and defends ad against Tony Evers on prisons.

Thursday September 13, 2018

Governor

4:23pm
Gov. Walker. Requests FEMA conduct damage assessments for flooding and tornado damage.
2:21pm
Gov. Walker. Encourages nominations for the fourth annual Wisconsin Job Honor Awards.
12:16pm
Gov. Walker. Seeks applicants for Waukesha County judicial vacancy.
10:34am
Gov. Walker. Tours Metro Market in Milwaukee, thanks Kroger and Roundy's Supermarkets for their commitment to Wisconsin.
5:33am
Gov. Walker. Releases statement following the passing of former Brigadier General Robert A. Cocroft.

11:49am
Daily Reporter. AP FACT CHECK: Walker embellishes return on Milwaukee arena.

Legislative

3:05pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Getting the lead out in Kenosha.
2:24pm
Rep. Crowley. Statement on passing of Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert Cocroft.
2:16pm
Sen. Carpenter. Kimberly Clark deal deserves September session Senate vote.
11:48am
Sen. Hansen. DOT secretary's comments cast doubt on expanding I-41.
11:44am
Sen. Feyen. Weekly Republican Radio Address: School Safety is our Priority.
10:07am
Sen. Johnson. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: Supporting Families through a Child Care Tax Credit.

11:53am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker wants lawmakers to return to vote on Kimberly-Clark.
5:21am
WFRV. Tax incentive bill could determine the future of Kimberly-Clark in Fox Crossing.

State Agencies

3:04pm
DNR. Season two of Wild Wisconsin web series launches just in time for archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons.
2:05pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Report: As tell-all book hit shelves, state Justice Department urged employees to sign secrecy agreement.
2:04pm
State Public Defender. Waukesha attorney named 2018 Up and Coming Lawyer.
11:51am
Voya Investment Management. Announces waiver of program fees by the State of Wisconsin on the Tomorrow's Schloar 529 program.
11:45am
ETF. Prelmiinary WRS investment performance.
11:40am
DOT. WIS 29 work in Shawano County coud impact Packer game-day travel.
9:56am
DPW. Brad Schimel implemented new DOJ secrecy requirements one month after Josh Kaul announced run.

6:02am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bice: Brad Schimel requiring all Wisconsin DOJ employees to sign nondisclosure agreements.

Economy/Business

12:15pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. Nationally known 'trep Aaron Kennedy to speak Nov. 8 at Early Stage Symposium.
11:41am
USDA. Details trade estimate calculations.
10:09am
Foxconn. Request for proposal calls for innovative upgrades to Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley in downtown Eau Claire.

5:04am
Kenosha News. Foxconn seeks military veterans for fill jobs.
5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. House Speaker Paul Ryan says Wisconsin businesses should be patient with Trump tariffs.
4:55am
WDIO. U.S. 'likely' has taken over as world's top oil producer.
4:54am
Reuters. Fed says it whipped U.S. unemployment, maybe too well.
4:53am
Reuters. Canada's Freeland won't hold NAFTA talks, says more work needed.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Census: household incomes up, poverty down in 2017.
4:43am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Metro Milwaukee hiring outlook cools for Q4.

Statewide

4:20pm
Kids Forward. New census data shows need for leaders to address persistent racial gaps in economic opportunity and well-being.
2:23pm
AARP. Wisconsin consumers putting their digital IDs at risk, says AARP survey.
9:58am
WEDA. Winners of 2018 Community and Economic Development Awards unveiled.
5:34am
Covering Wisconsin. Awarded federal funding for 2018-19 navigator enrollment services.

4:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. FDA: E-cig use explodes.

Courts

5:32am
350 Madison. Wisconsin Supreme Court grants review in Enbridge v. Dane County.

4:51am
The Hill. Judge rules against DeVos rollback of Obama-era student loan regulations.

Education

3:06pm
One Wisconsin Now. Delivers testimony before federal government committee considering changes to student loan rules.
2:22pm
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Nominations open for Leadership and Fellowship Awards.
2:19pm
Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction. Grafton School District tol hold rededication ceremonies.
2:15pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Urges feds to inject federalism into higher education accreditation.
2:01pm
UW-Madison. Blazes of light reveal how plants signal danger long distances.
11:46am
Marquette University. Legal scholars Strauss, Young go 'On the Issues' and present annual Boden Lecture at Marquette Law School.
10:10am
DPI. 145 districts receive sparsity aid payment.
10:01am
UW-River Falls. Bass named 2018 distinguished teacher.

4:44am
Chippewa Herald. 'Cost sharing' of researchers between UW-Madison and Foxconn is a possibility.

Local

4:21pm
Milwaukee Alds. Murphy, Johnson. FDA crackdown on e-cigarettes is correct move.
2:20pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Nicholson. Statement on comments disparaging MPS students.

5:28am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Addicts in jail: Withdrawals take inmates to a dark place.

Congress

4:20pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Introduces bill to place moratorium on ag mergers.
2:18pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on water infrastructure legislation.
11:43am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. House Democrats condemn Trump administration's actions harming the Palestinian people.
10:00am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Health care experts and patient groups support legislation to overturn the Trump administration's expansion of junk insurance plans.

5:21am
WQOW. Rep. Duffy: Time to take wolves off endangered species list.
4:52am
The Hill. Ryan blasts 'identity politics,' stresses importance of institutions.

Politics

2:17pm
RSLC. To launch multi-platform issue ad campaign spotlighting Janet Bewley's liberal record in Madison.
2:02pm
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. Statement in reponse to the president on death toll in Puerto Rico.
2:02pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker proposes new graduate tax credit to help make college more affordable.
12:22pm
One Wisconsin Now. Student debt becomes WISGOP 2018 panic room issue.
12:16pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Leah outlines Tammy Baldwin's Tomah cover-up with Jay Weber.
11:52am
DPW. Amid criticism, Vukmir stands by votes against covering oral chemo.
10:06am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Help protect the integrity of the November 6th election.
10:05am
Hutton for 13th Assembly. Milwaukee Police Association endorses.
10:05am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Former Baldwin and Kohl aide alleges a political cover-up by Tammy Baldwin.
9:59am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin fires top staffer over Tomah and attempts to buy her silence.
9:57am
Evers for Governor. BREAKING: Tony Evers raises more than $2.5 million in first month of general election.

4:47am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers calls Scott Walker a liar after ad says Evers would release rapists.
4:46am
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin, Leah Vukmir trade jabs over health care, veterans.
4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Election experts recommend paper ballots for 2020 election.

Wednesday September 12, 2018

Governor

12:27pm
Gov. Walker. Badger Meter to create 40 jobs in Racine.

Legislative

4:51pm
Rep. Allen. Returns from trade trip to Taiwan.
3:39pm
Sen. Vinehout. New report: Speed and secrecy in lawmaking.
12:24pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. WMC pushing Kimberly-Clark welfare package.
10:40am
Sen. Hansen. Governor Walker's plan would leave vast marjority of student loan holders out in the cold.

9:37am
U.S. News & World Report. The Latest: Walker: We're working 'hard' on Kimberly-Clark.
4:37am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Kimberly-Clark wants Wisconsin to decide on incentives by Sept. 30 to keep plant open.

State Agencies

4:52pm
DOT. Governor Walker recognizes WSOR for swift post-flood repairs.
3:11pm
DMA. National Guard answers the call in wake of state's historic floods.
12:26pm
DOJ. Racine County sexual violent person to remain committed.
12:25pm
DHS. State, counties, tribes commit to transformation of behavioral health system for children.
11:11am
Emergency Management. Incident Report #19 - Wisconsin flooding & severe storms.
11:03am
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel witholding rape kit release documents.
10:37am
WEDC. Deputy Secretary Braun receives national recognition as a top economic development official in North America.
10:35am
WEDC. Wisconsin manufacturers invited to supply chain workshops.
9:47am
DWD. Awards Technical Education Equipment Grant to 35 Wisconsin school districts.
9:35am
DNR. Heavy rains lead to increased mosquito populations - some tips to help control them.

5:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Regional planning officials say $47M in federal funding is gone from urban road projects.
4:54am
La Crosse Tribune. DOT chief Dave Ross mum on Mark Gottleib's attack on Gov. Walker.
4:30am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County officials skeptical of DOT chief's road funding approach.

Economy/Business

10:39am
Foxconn. Committed to hiring 3,000 veterans; Begins fall 2018 military veteran recruitment campaign.

4:33am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. China puts off licenses for U.S. companies amid tariff battle.
4:28am
Reuters. As Trump embraces more tariffs, U.S. business readies public fight.

Statewide

4:51pm
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Planned Parenthood announces new president, Dr. Leana Wen.
3:41pm
ABC of Wisconsin. Apprenticeship program reaches record high enrollment.
2:46pm
Wisconsin Right to Life. Response to Planned Parenthood's new president.
9:11am
Transportation Development Association. Almost 20 years in the works, project uncertain.

4:42am
WKOW. Officials: Flooding could increase blue-green algae blooms in 2019.

Courts

4:50pm
Kids Forward. Wisconsin's health insurance gains from the Affordable Care Act hold steady but could be lost if attorney general's lawsuit prevails.
9:50am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Thad W. Jelinske.
9:50am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michael P. Erhard.

5:05am
Governing. Sorry politicians, you can't block critics on Twitter.

Education

3:06pm
MPS. Right Wisconsin: No regrets for referring to MPS students as "...little convicts being sent to the penitentiary."
1:50pm
AFT Local 212. State Rep. Greta Neubauer, UW, and Tech College faculty rally against efforts to dismantle higher education.
4:48am
Right Wisconsin. Response to critics of the editorial, "Back to School."

9:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Stevens Point considering eliminating up to 70 positions to balance budget.
4:41am
WISN. Conservative blogger refers to MPS students as 'little convicts.'

Local

4:47pm
Madison Department of Civil Rights. Announces new partnership with the RaISE Program.
1:38pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Tommy could be key partner in push for Wisconsin corrections reforms.
12:29pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies recover weapons, drugs, stolen vehicle during traffic stops.

11:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Heroin overdose deaths up 120% in Madison, police chief says.
4:44am
WFRV. Estimated 300,000 gallons of manure spills into waterway.
4:43am
WISC. 'The new norm': Water reaches major flooding stages along Rock River for third time in 10 years.
4:41am
CBS 58. 'If this gets out...We will be held to the grindstone:' Texts show top health department officials tried to keep lead program problems from public.
4:38am
WXOW. Environment, jobs, cost concerns raised at Foxconn Town Hall.
4:36am
Racine Journal Times. DNR to inspect Foxconn stormwater upgrades.
4:32am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eau Claire County panel endorses CAFO moratorium.

Congress

1:39pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan Senate opioids response legislation includes reforms.

4:39am
WJFW. In Wausau, Baldwin pushes for conservation fund renewal.

Politics

4:48pm
RPW. ICYMI: Tony Evers fails to follow through on promises to address Wisconsin's achievement gap.
3:32pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. Endorsed by the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin.
3:08pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Roll Call ranks Tammy Baldwin 8th most vulnerable senator.
2:47pm
Marquette University. Law School Poll director Franklin goes 'On the Issues' with new poll on candidates and issues.
2:45pm
Hawkins for 21st Senate. Endorsed by End Citizens United.
1:47pm
DPW. Vukmir triples down on votes to deny oral chemo coverage.
1:45pm
RPW. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir takes Baldwin to task for failing Wisconsin's heroes.
1:44pm
One Wisconsin Now. Ad targets Scott Walker's serial misuse of taxpayer-funded state planes.
1:41pm
Snodgrass for 19th Senate. Statement on Kimberly Clark Neenah plant closure.
1:41pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Mel Pittman for 31st Senate District.
11:13am
DPW. Scott Walker's long history of undermining protections for pre-existing conditions.
11:05am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign launches statewide TV ad showing Tony Evers can't be trusted to keep Wisconsin families safe.
10:37am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir and Tammy Baldwin exchange barbs on Tomah VA scandal and health care.
10:35am
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. Kelda Roys endorses.
10:34am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Vukmir meets with veterans, discusses Baldwin's mishandling of Tomah.
10:33am
RAGA. Wisconsin sexual assault kit backlog gone.
9:36am
DPW. Response to Brad Schimel's latest ad.
9:09am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Despite Baldwin's efforts to hide it, the Tomah VA report became public.
9:08am
Evers for Governor. Campaign announces new statewide ad "Time."

11:13am
U.S. News & World Report. Schimel's first ad features sheriff investigated by FBI.
5:06am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin GOP Senate hopes rely on underdog Leah Vukmir.
5:01am
WKOW. Vukmir's "no-vote" on Cancer Treatment Fairness bill doesn't reflect Gov. Walker and GOP colleagues.
4:45am
CNBC. Trump's sagging approval ratings have GOP staring at worst-case scenarios for midterm elections.
4:37am
Daily Reporter. AFSCME Wisconsin endorses Democrat Evers in November governor's race.
4:34am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Tony Evers to propose millions of dollars more for MPS and other urban Wisconsin schools.
4:30am
Chippewa Herald. Health care lobbyists take up Medicaid expansion, other election issues.

Tuesday September 11, 2018

Governor

1:27pm
One Wisconsin Now. Smoking gun evidence exposes Gov. Scott Walker lying about scheme to use state plane to fly for campaign TV ad shoot.
1:20pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates Wisconsin-Japan trade relationship at 50th anniversary of Midwest U.S.-Japan Association Conference in Omaha.
8:54am
Gov. Walker. Honors victims and first reponders on the anniversary of 9/11.

2:19pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker meets with Kimberly-Clark, but has no deal with senators on incentive package.

Legislative

4:37pm
Senate & Assembly Black and Latino Caucus. Condemns racist rhetoric about MPS children.
2:06pm
Sen. Erpenbach; Reps. Considine, Hesselbein. Letter to DOT Sec. Ross regarding rail corridor conversion.
1:48pm
Various Legislators. Letter to Gov. Walker requesting SBA Disaster Declaration.
1:31pm
Sen. Darling. Help available for victims of severe weather.
1:21pm
Rep. Petryk. Local school districts and libraries receive state technology education grant.
9:44am
Sen. Tiffany. Statement on ex-DOT Sec. Gottlieb.

State Agencies

4:10pm
OCI. Administrative Actions August 2018.
3:26pm
DATCP. Cut flowers to be focus of specialty crop field day.
1:32pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:23pm
DOJ. Holds financial elder abuse and white collar crimes training for investigators.
1:23pm
DMA. Anual cybersecurity summit highlights current threats, emerging technologies.

10:58am
Cap Times. Former Correction Sec. Wall: The real story behind my dismissal from Wisconsin's Division of Criminal Investigation.
4:58am
WBAY. Target 2 Investigates: WI DOT says no cuts were made in federal funding for local roads.

Economy/Business

8:49am
WMC. More than 5,000 votes cast on first day for the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin.

1:45pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin farmers feel impact of tariffs, worry about future trade.
5:00am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Few Americans prepared for economic turnaround.
4:57am
WFRV. Economic impact of the Port of Green Bay.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: Twin Ports creates $1.4B economic impact.

Statewide

4:12pm
Legal Action of Wisconsin. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers joins fight for equal justice for all.
8:50am
Wisconsin Realtors Foundation. Helps Wisconsin children in need.

4:56am
CBS 58. Millions of taxpayers could wind up owing for 2018.
4:47am
USA Today. More children are dying by suicide. Researchers are asking why.

Courts

11:40am
Marshfield News Herald. States' request to immediately suspend Affordable Care Act dismays Wisconsin health insurers.
4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dairy industry, rural banks ask Wisconsin Supreme Court to review stray voltage case.

Education

10:53am
UW-Stout. STAR Scholars gives new minority students head start on academics, leadership.

5:52am
WSAW. UWSP Vice Chancellor: School may need to eliminate 60-70 full time positions.
4:55am
WTMJ. ACLU sends Kenosha School District letter over dress code policy.
4:51am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Mental health care policy proposal moves forward.

Local

2:26pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Invest in our community - City of Madison Community Bonds.
1:19pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. TEU focuses on Milwaukee's highest crime areas.
10:54am
City of Fitchburg. Solar panels have produced over $30,000 worth of electricity.

8:50am
Superior Telegram. Douglas County faces budget overrun, deficit.
4:57am
NBC 15. Pocan unsure on amount of federal aid for flood damage.
4:55am
Portage Daily Register. Marquette County authorities estimate millions in storm damage, urge continued caution.
4:54am
Baraboo News Republic. Sauk County braces for budget impact from flood, total damage estimate tops $8 million.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Mount Pleasant officials optimistic about regaining previous credit rating after Moody's downgrade.

Congress

2:43pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Land and Water Conservation Fund set to expire.
2:42pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls for reauthorizing the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
1:49pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Legislation includes work to improve care for Wisconsin veterans.

10:51am
The Hill. Federal deficit soars 32 percent to $895B.
5:22am
Politico. GOP faces deadline crunch as threat of losing House deepens.
5:05am
The Hill. Trump set to weaken methane air pollution rule: report.

Politics

3:28pm
Grothman for 6th Congress. ICYMI: Kohl's first message to Wisconsin is untruthful.
11:34am
DPW. Wisconsin health care professionals "dismayed" by Schimel and Walker's lawsuit to gut health care protections.
11:30am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. (Updated) Release full slate of endorsements.
11:05am
AFSCME PEOPLE Committee. Endorses Tony Evers for governor.
11:02am
Walker for Governor. Campaign unveils new graduate tax credit policy proposal to make college more affordable.
10:48am
RPW. Promises made, promises kept: Brad Schimel ends Wisconsin's sexual assault kit accumulation.
10:20am
A Stronger Wisconsin. Launches new ad, "Daughter."
9:48am
Vruwink for 43rd Assembly. Farm Bureau endorses.
9:46am
DGA. Where's Walker? Omaha today, ??? Tomorrow
8:53am
Steil for 1st Congress. VIDEO: Steil offers "Wisconsin Style Solutions" in first TV ad of general election.
5:21am
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on sexual assault kit initiative.
5:10am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. 2018 statewide and state legislative candidates who support ending partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin (that CC/WI knows of, thus far.)
5:08am
Republican Party of Milwaukee County. Opposed to sanctuary city.
5:07am
DPW. ICYMI: Walker's woeful weekend.

2:08pm
Cap Times. Scott Walker proposes $5,000 in tax credits for college graduates who stay in Wisconsin.
1:45pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker touts college credit, Democrats hit him on insurance.
8:51am
Superior Telegram. Gubernatorial candidates stump in Superior.
5:17am
WQOW. 91st Assembly candidates debate issues on radio program.
5:02am
U.S. News & World Report. New TV ad hits Walker on pre-existing condition coverage.
5:01am
Fox 6. Baldwin, Vukmir attack each other over care for veterans and cancer patients.
4:59am
WEAU. Eau Claire clerk asks for $10K for more election ballots.
4:50am
Beloit Daily News. Libertarian running against Spreitzer.
4:48am
Marshfield News Herald. Scott Walker and Tony Evers blame each for lack of progress on black students' performance.
4:48am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wisconsin U.S. Senate race: Leah Vukmir and Tammy Baldwin exchange barbs on Tomah VA scandal and health care.
4:46am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers tours Combined Locks paper mill, hears union concerns.

Monday September 10, 2018

Governor

10:21am
Gov. Walker. Discusses the critical importance of cyber security at the 6th Annual Governor's Cyber Security Summit.
9:37am
Former DOT Sec. Gottlieb. Response to Governor Walker's most recent statement on transportation.

4:56am
Portage Daily Register. Walker thanks Guard troops, others at end of flood mission.
4:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker's ex-DOT secretary says governor isn't telling truth about roads. U.S. News & World Report.
4:40am
Cap Times. State studies underscore need to expand current highways, contrary to Walker comments.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker took 127 more flights last year than scrutinized New York governor.

Legislative

4:16pm
Sen. Feyen. To hold office hours in the Town of Nepeuskun.
3:13pm
Rep. Mursau. Receives "Friend of Housing" award.
1:23pm
Sen. Taylor. Responds to Walker's Twitter rant, "we need leadership, not a Twitter fight.'

State Agencies

4:15pm
OCI Commissioner Nickel. Congratulates Roger Frings as newly elected chair of the State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse.
2:44pm
DWD. Workforce Development Month: Celebrating success and addressing Wisconsin's workforce challenges.
1:19pm
OCI. Careers in insurance: Removing barriers for veterans to advance in Wisconsin's workforce.
12:52pm
DATCP. Seminar to focus on 'Tools of the Trade' for food exporting.
9:13am
AG Schimel. Announces testing completed on sexual assault kits.
9:07am
Emergency Management. Incident Report #18 - August Wisconsin Flooding.

3:08pm
Cap Times. Madison transportation officials say they are missing federal money, DOT blames accounting error.
10:26am
Fox 11. DOJ announces testing is complete on backlogged sexual assault kits.
5:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker administration waited 2 years to alert nursing regulators of teen inmate who almost died.
5:06am
WJFW. DOT secretary makes stop in Rhinelander.

Economy/Business

2:39pm
Nikkei Asian Review. US-made iPhones would cost $150 more, supplier says as tariffs loom.
10:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Frac sand demand remains 'extreme' but oversupply, changing market threatens Wisconsin mines.
4:46am
Reuters. China vows to respond if U.S. takes new steps on trade.
4:45am
Reuters. U.S. agriculture chief says NAFTA deal must end Canada's milk protein scheme.

Statewide

2:33pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Annual gala to feature live music, aerial dance performance, awards honoring champions of domestic violence and more.

4:48am
Fox 6. 'I apologize:' Tommy Thompson says state locks people up for too long; wants to turn prisons into vocational schools.

Courts

9:04am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Supreme Court brings Justice on Wheels to Monroe County.

5:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge blasts Wisconsin State Crime Lab for potential release of defendant in Milwaukee double homicide.

Education

2:45pm
Marquette University. 'Little Women The Musical' to be presented by Marquette Theatre.
2:34pm
UW-Eau Claire. Again ranks among top 5 Midwestern public universities.
10:31am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Kenosha Unified School District threatens rights of students across the district. 
10:29am
UW-River Falls. Recognized by CASE for fundraising excellence.
9:08am
UW-Stout. Most first-year students eligible for new guaranteed scholarships.

5:28am
WQOW. Wisconsin school officials consider bulletproof backpacks.

Local

2:31pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 11 in Operation Drive Sober.
10:27am
NEWaukee. Hosts final Night Market of 2018 this Wednesday.

Congress

3:16pm
U.S. News & World Report. Pocan says talk of Trump impeachment is 'moot conversation.'
4:49am
Politico. At-risk House Republicans say no to new tax bill.

Politics

3:12pm
Kaul for Attorney General. DNA testing delay in double homicide case "completely unacceptable," according to Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge.
3:10pm
RPW. D.C. Dan Kohl misleading voters about his career as a liberal lobbyist.
12:53pm
DPW. Schimel waits until 2 months before tough re-election bid to finishing testing of rape kit backlog.
11:21am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Tammy Baldwin knew about Tomah and kept it to herself.
11:13am
DPW. New investigation: Walker blocking $46M from local road budgets.
9:25am
DPW. Third former Walker cabinet member slams Walker's dishonesty & failed leadership.
9:12am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Evers' first TV ad of the general election falls flat with Mostly False PolitiFact.
9:10am
RGA. Launches first TV ad in Wisconsin governor's race: "Tony Evers put children at risk."
9:09am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Does Ron Kind regret opposing tax reform?
9:07am
DGA. Count 'em: Three former Walker cabinet secretaries speak out against his failures and lies.
5:35am
Evers for Governor. Statement on former DOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb's comments to the Journal Sentinel.

3:16pm
WBAY. Evers says Walker is misleading on achievement gap attack.
10:03am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker tries to change conversation amid flood of bad news.
5:51am
Politico. 'Scott Walker fatigue' haunts Republicans.
5:20am
Cap Times. Scott Walker launches push to expand youth apprenticeship program to middle school students.
5:18am
U.S. News & World Report. 2018's 5 biggest governor's races.
5:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dan Kohl aims to buck district's GOP history and Glenn Grothman winning record.
5:12am
The Guardian. Scott Walker: can the Wisconsin governor survive in the age of Trump?
5:04am
Hodag Star Journal. Evers, Barnes campaign in the Northwoods.
4:55am
Portage Daily Register. Evers to Columbia County crowd: Restore progressive roots.
4:42am
Racine Journal Times. Campaign complaints likely won't be settled until after November election.

Friday September 7, 2018

Governor

2:01pm
One Wisconsin Now. New evidence shows Gov. Scott Walker's excuse for using state plane to film campaign ad doesn't fly.
1:45pm
Gov. Walker. Announces $56,664 in financial literacy grants to Wisconsin schools.
10:33am
Gov. Walker. Plastics manufacturer Nolato Contour expands operations in St. Croix County; Plans to create 62 jobs.

4:38am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Wisconsin receives extra $91 million in federal road aid as officials struggle with plan.

Legislative

3:30pm
Sens. Hansen, Frostman. Call on DOT to explain missing local road funds.

State Agencies

3:36pm
DPW. Walker's Corrections debacle costing taxpayers $20.6 MILLION and counting.
1:43pm
DWD. BLS data: Quarterly jobs report reinforces strong Wisconsin economy as total wages grow across all industry sectors.
10:32am
DNR. Outdoor Report.
7:48am
Emergency Management. Incident Report #16 - August Wisconsin Flooding.

4:02pm
WEAU. Wisconsin Department of Transportation withholds $46m from local road budgets.
3:34pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Legal woes at teen prison have cost Wisconsin $20.6 million and counting.
5:19am
WBAY. Where's the money? Target 2 investigates $46m taken from local road budgets.
5:05am
WAOW. DATCP: 20-somethings scammed out of more money than older people.

Economy/Business

3:46pm
CNBC. Apple says Trump's China tariffs are going to hurt the economy.
1:46pm
Reuters. Trumps ups ante on China, threatens duties on $267 billion more imports.
7:51am
The Hill. Economy adds 201K jobs in August, unemployment holds at 3.9 percent.
5:40am
Markets Insider. 'If this tariff takes effect, we are out of business': Small companies warn of widespread layoffs and shutdowns if Trump doesn't back down from a trade war with China.
4:50am
WDIO. Trump poised to tax an additional $200B on Chinese imports.
4:49am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin ranks 32nd in private sector job growth, 12th on wages.
4:40am
Daily Reporter. Homebuilder stocks in deep slump as U.S. home sales slow.

Statewide

11:17am
WMJ. Pilot study explores disparities in breast cancer screening among minority, immigrant and refugee women.
10:35am
Transportation Development Association. Demand: Uber and Lyft use the roads too.

4:47am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tommy Thompson laments lack of civility in today's politics as he reflects on career.

Courts

3:21pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts 10 new cases.

Education

2:02pm
Wisconsin Center for Education Research. UW-Madison to co-lead $10 million NSF grant to cultivate a more diverse, inclusive STEM faculty.
1:55pm
UW-Madison. Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Lab has new director, new direction.
1:40pm
UW-Madison. LAB3 exhibition helps high school students merge physics and art.

5:06am
WBAY. T2I: The difference in public and homeschool regulations.

Local

5:04am
WISN. Too much rain too fast forces another sewage dump.
4:53am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin flooding damage estimated to be $209 million.
4:42am
Wisconsin State Journal. Homeowners along Baraboo River brace for the worst as flood waters return.

Congress

2:04pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls on Speaker Ryan and the House to include permanent Buy America commitment in final water infrastructure legislation.
11:28am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Honors the Hmong New Year.
11:18am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Column: Calling High School Seniors.
8:33am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Helps introduce legislation to halt skyrocketing drug prices.

4:51am
Politico. Senate set to vote on opioid response package next week.
4:50am
Reuters. Trump says government shutdown not likely before November election.
4:48am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Congressman Duffy talks Wisconsin farmers, food stamp restrictions in Congress.
4:43am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. White House moves to detain migrant families longer.

Politics

3:36pm
RPW. ICYMI: Dan Kohl's swamp-lobbying days solidified far-left ties.
1:44pm
RAGA. Local Wisconsin pharmacy offers drug disposal kits.
11:16am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker proposes expanding youth apprenticeship program to 7th and 8th grades to boost Wisconsin's already top 10 graduation rates.
8:22am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. WATCH: Leah Vukmir releases new television ad 'The Wisconsin Way.'
8:21am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. November election voter guide available now.

4:08pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker and supporters deploy sexually explicit ads in tough re-election year.
11:27am
The Hill. Five biggest surprises in midterm fight.
11:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Vukmir campaign ad steers clear of Trump, Walker, GOP.
5:27am
Cap Times. Liberal group's poll shows Wisconsin governor's race in dead heat, with slight Evers lead.
5:25am
U.S. News & World Report. Kaul: Kavanaugh will restrict abortion rights.
4:55am
Cap Times. Democratic Attorney General candidate Josh Kaul says if elected he would reduce Solicitor General's office, go after environmental polluters.
4:54am
Fox 6. Ahead of NFL season opener, Gov. Walker, Tony Evers and more weigh in on anthem protests. Cap Times. 
4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Attorney General hopeful Josh Kaul says more to be done on consumer protection.
4:44am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Evers seeks special education fund boost.

Thursday September 6, 2018

Governor

12:52pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker's Foxconn effect includes $56,000 in taxpayer-funded 'Walker Air' fly arounds.
12:26pm
Gov. Walker. Administration coordinating with Wisconsin communities in response to severe weather.
11:20am
Gov. Walker. $100 per-child tax rebate returned more than $94 million to Wisconsin's hardworking families.
9:50am
Gov. Walker. Visits VPI Corporation, discusses the economic impact of Foxconn's $10 billion investment in Wisconsin.

11:30am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker: Flood damage tops $200 million.

Budget

1:04pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Policy platform highlights seven priority issues facing people with disabilities.

Legislative

4:56pm
Rep. Subeck. Named Friend of Public Health.
4:41pm
Sen. Craig. Responds to comments from Tony Evers' DPI about parents' ability to homeschool.
4:26pm
Rep. Ballweg. Column: Suicide Prevention Week.
2:47pm
Various Legislators. Letter in support of Brett Kavanaugh.
12:31pm
Rep. Jarchow. Letter to Gov. Walker regarding CWD emergency rule.
10:38am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: Back to school.
9:44am
Sen. Marklein. Named "Outstanding Legislator" and "Municipal Champion."

11:24am
Kenosha News. Kerkman denies employment by Vos influences her votes.
9:49am
Wausau Daily Herald. Republican legislative staffer fired this month amid harassment concerns. 

State Agencies

4:25pm
OCI. Consumer alert: Potential home warranty scam affecting Wisconsin consumers.
3:42pm
DHS. Staying emotionally heathy when disaster strikes.
2:57pm
DOT. Governor Walker announces almost $16 million in awards for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).
2:50pm
WHEDA. Awards $2.1 million in State Housing Tax Credits in the City of Fitchburg and Town of Madison.
2:45pm
DMA. Registration still open for 6th annual Governor's Cybersecurity Summit.
12:28pm
UW-Madison. Initiative focuses on advanced technology innovations in biomanufacturing.
11:44am
WEDC. Awards $750,000 grant for new biomanufacturing center of excellence.
10:42am
DFI. New Edvest 529 college savings benefit offering - payroll direct deposit.
9:51am
DATCP. Scams 101: Twenty-somethings are not immune to fraud.
5:09am
DMA. Guard continues to protect state's critical infrastructure.
5:07am
DSPS Sec. Gutierrez. Student success: We are on the right path.

4:30am
WBAY. Green Bay prison staffer attacked by inmate.

Economy/Business

12:33pm
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Receives Chamber Development Grant from NGLCC and Wells Fargo.
11:42am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Receives Chamber Excellence Award from NGLCC.

4:32am
Politico. U.S., Canada square off on NAFTA as leaders dig in.
4:31am
Reuters. China warns of retaliation if U.S. slaps new tariffs.

Statewide

11:43am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Harnessing data: Milwaukee's Data Science Institute topic at Sept. 27 Tech Council event in Wauwatosa.
9:35am
Natural Resources Foundation. Bird Protection Fund passes the $1 million mark for Wisconsin bird conservation.

4:54am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Former Gov. Tommy Thompson says he regrets his part in the Wisconsin prison building boom.

Courts

4:57pm
Kids Forward. Lawsuit threatens health care for people with pre-existing conditions.
5:28am
Rep. Murphy. Statement on WILL campus free speech lawsuit.
5:10am
UW-Stout. The historic houses that students built still standing tall in city.

5:16am
WDIO. Contract workers, Superior residents file multiple suits against Husky refinery following explosion.
4:26am
Fox 11. NWTC student files lawsuit, claims school violated her First Amendment rights.

Education

12:51pm
UW-Madison. Ancient farmers spared us from glaciers but profoundly changed Earth's climate
11:45am
DPI. Awards to be presented to five Friends of Education.
5:13am
UW-Platteville. Theatre major helps bring a story to life with scenic design.
5:12am
UW-Platteville. Student conducts research on school mass shootings.

12:55pm
Fox 6. Report: WI ranks 7th among states with biggest bullying problems; 4th for students bullied at school.

Local

4:24pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County to waive construction permit fees for flood damage victims.
12:27pm
Racine Mayor Mason. Statement on the passing of Alderman Ray DeHahn.
5:08am
Milwaukee Common Council. Joint statement on Health Department leadership.

11:21am
Racine Journal Times. Heavy rains cause runoff on Foxconn site; Officials confident problems have been corrected.
4:59am
Racine Journal Times. Groups make pitch for and against 'dark stores.'
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Torrent of stormwater spills from Foxconn construction site after heavy weekend rains.
4:47am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo River flooding will continue.
4:28am
WFRV. Wisconsin to receive emergency road funding after flooding.
4:25am
WISC. Hundreds of Sauk County homes affected by flooding, more than $5 million in damage.
4:24am
WKOW. More flooding in Reedsburg as Baraboo River rises.

Congress

2:51pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Is first on National Taxpayers Union House rankings.
9:46am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Support grows for legislation to overturn the Trump administration's expansion of junk insurance plans.

5:06am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces emergency road funding for Wisconsin communities impacted by severe flooding and storms.
4:42am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 'Resistance' from the right: Many in White House are preserving democratic institutions by thwarting president, author of anonymous NYT op-ed says.
4:35am
USA Today. Brett Kavanaugh: What we learned from Trump Supreme Court pick on second day of confirmation hearings.
4:31am
WEAU. Rep. Sean Duffy speaks out against Nike ad.
4:27am
Fox 11. Connect to Congress: Gallagher on Kavanaugh, Woodward book, trade.

Politics

4:27pm
RAGA. Missing man found with drone.
2:56pm
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. What this election means for health care in Wisconsin.
2:54pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Walker ad shows consequences of Evers failing to revoke license of porn-watching teacher.
2:48pm
One Wisconsin Now. Gov. Scott Walker kicks off NFL season trying to stoke racial division, resentment.
1:02pm
Steil for 1st Congress. Calls on Randy Bryce to debate.
12:26pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Foxconn invesment fund partners are big Walker contributors.
12:24pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Will Baldwin support or condemn Booker's decision to knowingly release confidential information about racial profiling?
10:40am
Steil for 1st Congress. Statement on false ad.
10:39am
RPW. In the News: Legislative leaders speak out on Evers' absence during fight to keep predatory teachers out of the classrooms.
10:37am
DPW. With friends like these...Republicans slam Walker's Corrections record again.
10:36am
Palzewicz for 5th Congress. United Steelworkers District 2 endorse.
9:45am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin, quick to oppose Brett Kavanaugh, now wants a meeting.
9:34am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Tammy Baldwin signs pledge to protect Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions.
5:29am
RPW. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir commits to meeting with U.S. Supreme Court nominees.

11:53am
Cap Times. Candidates in toss-up state Senate seat converge on tour of poor roads in Lafayette County.
11:28am
Isthmus. Partisan scrap.
11:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Immigration is top political issue for some of central Wisconsin's Hmong residents.
5:01am
Cap Times. Republican leaders say Tony Evers didn't take lead on bill to punish problem teachers.
4:50am
Chippewa Herald. Juvenile prison 'mess,' teacher license revocation emerge as issues in governor's race.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker campaign doubles down, attacks Evers on teacher license case.
4:33am
Fox 6. Governor's race: Scott Walker, Tony Evers blame each other over school budget cuts.
4:22am
WJFW. State Dem candidates use Merrill elementary school to attack Walker on education; district says declining enrollment, not governor's actions, led to need for referendum.
4:21am
WXOW. Wisconsin attorney general candidate criticizes Obamacare lawsuit.

Wednesday September 5, 2018

Governor

1:59pm
WISPIRG, 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, Sierra Club, WISDOM. Coalition applauds Gov. Walker's suggestion to rethink highway expansions.
1:57pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates the 10-year anniversary of JobCenterofWisconsin.com in La Crosse.
10:58am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker flew to Green Bay TV market six straight days before Green Bay area state Senate special election.
9:28am
Gov. Walker. Celebrates the opening of United Community Center Acosta Middle School's new facility.

4:44am
WFRV. Governor Walker awards $1.5 million dollars in grant money to schools.
4:39am
WAOW. Walker campaign: No wrongdoing in state-funded flight to Rhinelander.
4:32am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Scott Walker suggests highways don't need more lanes when they are rebuilt. U.S. News & World Report.

Legislative

2:01pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Announces September in-district office hours.
2:00pm
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Review legislative session.
10:59am
Sen. Carpenter. 5-County Fridays with the Milwaukee Brewers.

11:07am
Stevens Point Journal. GOP leader says teen prison is 'a mess' that Scott Walker's team should have addressed sooner.
5:08am
Governing. The road funding policy that doesn't improve roads much.
4:44am
Fox 11. Study reveals potential economic impact of repurposing Green Bay Correctional Institution. Green Bay Press Gazette.
4:38am
WJFW. Tiffany: wait for DOT reforms before considering raising transportation taxes.
4:29am
Wisconsin Sate Journal. State GOP leader: 'Insanity' for Trump to urge delaying indictment of allies.

State Agencies

1:52pm
Emergency Management. Incident Report #15 - August Wisconsin Flooding.
11:11am
DOJ. Las Vegas man charged with producing child pornography and extortion, threats & stalking via interstate communications.
11:10am
DCF. Workforce Development Month: Connecting parents to family-sustaining jobs.
10:39am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Feel the ground shake with the roar of cannon fire!
10:38am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Announces 2019 National History Day theme.
9:51am
DATCP. Help protect grandma and grandpa: Share your scam knowledge.
9:25am
DOJ. Wisconsin law enforcement agencies successfully recover missing people with help of Silver and Amber alerts.
9:24am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter September 2018.
4:50am
ETF. Governing board elections: Nominations open for annuitant, educational support and teacher seats.

Economy/Business

10:03am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Trio of Morgridge Institute researchers to speak at Sept. 25 Innovation Network luncheon.

8:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Minnesota says Enbridge lacks insurance coverage for pipeline that will end in Superior.
4:35am
Reuters. Canada to stick to guns at NAFTA talks despite Trump pressure.
4:26am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconn Valley Venture Fund is a unique model.
4:25am
Milwaukee Biz Times. MillerCoors eliminating 350 jobs in first restructuring since 2013.

Statewide

2:08pm
Let America Lead Coalition. Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce joins.
11:12am
NAMI Wisconsin. Wisconsin artists with mental illness to display their work in Healing Art Show.
9:22am
WMC. Wisconsin's Return on Reform.
9:19am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Spending in major Wisconsin cities, village up 3%.

Courts

9:29am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Files federal lawsuit for campus free speech.

Education

2:04pm
UW-Stout. Professor takes game players back in time along St. Croix River.
11:25am
UW-Madison. Physical Sciences Laboratory part of $1.6 million grant to plan for neutrino detector.
10:35am
UW-River Falls. Aztec dancers mark Hispanic Heritage Month.
9:36am
Joseph P. Mettner Foundation. Awards 2018 scholarship to Robert Lundberg.
9:23am
Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. To launch pilot program for school-centered mental health in partnership with UCC.

5:06am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Wausau superintendent ties some teacher resignations to pay scale.
4:40am
WKOW. DPI holds hearing on teaching license changes.

Local

3:05pm
Transportation Development Association. Lafayette County hosts Rough Road Tour.
1:56pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Letter regarding flooding at Foxconn construction site. Sigma Group Memo.
10:32am
Maurer's Food and Urban Market. Madison-based grocer to bring full-service, neighborhood supermarket to downtown Milwaukee as new 7SEVENTY7 tenant.

2:11pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Flood damage exceeds $155 millioni in Dane County, officials say.
9:57am
The Hill. Trump says he doesn't expect government shutdown before midterms.
9:13am
Wisconsin State Journal. Record flooding possible on Baraboo River; schools closed by flooded roads.
4:41am
WISC. Dane County lake levels already historically high, with potential for more rain.
4:30am
Cap Times. Mayor Paul Soglin: Evaluation of flood damage could take several months.
4:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison City Council rejects wheel tax, keeps Water Utility manager.
4:27am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo River flooding concerns return.

Congress

2:06pm
Beer Institute. Names Senator Tammy Baldwin a 2018 Beer Champion.
9:20am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces over $4.7 million for broadband development in rural Wisconsin communities.
8:04am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Kavanaugh hearings a reminder of Baldwin obstruction.

10:29am
Reuters. U.S House to vote in September on tax cuts, funding government: Ryan.
4:36am
The Hill. Chaos reigns on day one of Kavanaugh hearings.

Politics

3:03pm
RAGA. Launches Brad Schimel ad in Wisconsin.
3:02pm
RPW. ICYMI: Tony Evers flip flips on police officers in schools.
2:04pm
Kooyenga for 5th Senate. Announces release of Safe Families video.
11:26am
DSCC. Vukmir supports lawsuit against pre-existing conditions coverage.
10:28am
DPW. On AG Schimel lawsuit oral arguments.
10:26am
RPW. Tony Evers is taking credit he doesn't deserve.
9:34am
Evers for Governor. Statement on Walker/Schimel ACA lawsuit oral arguments.
9:27am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign launches first statewide TV ad highlighting Evers' failure to keep Wisconsin school children safe.
4:48am
RPW. ICYMI: Despite overwhelming evidence and school board action, Evers refused to revoke license of Beloit teacher.

11:40am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Biden endorses Kohl in 6th District race against Grothman.
9:09am
Cap Times. Partisan attorneys general groups pour millions into Wisconsin race.
8:02am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin governor: Rival failed to act on teacher with porn.
4:33am
Sheboygan Press. Scott Walker, Tony Evers talk education, governor's race on back-to-school day.

Tuesday September 4, 2018

Governor

4:05pm
Gov. Walker. Announces $1.5 million in TEACH grants awarded for educational technology training.
2:30pm
DPW. Blasts Scott Walker for illegal state plane use in new video: "We all pay for Scott Walker's ambitions."
11:02am
One Wisconsin Now. Requests ethics, criminal investigation of Gov. Scott Walker's use of state airplane.
10:56am
Gov. Walker. Welcomes Wisconsin students back-to-school.

4:18am
Baraboo News Republic. Walker says flood damage to public infrastructure has reached $44M during stop to survey damage in Baraboo.

Legislative

11:07am
Joint Finance Committee Democrats. As our children go back to school, nearly $300 million in taxpayer money given to private schools.
11:05am
Sen. Feyen. To hold office hours.
11:04am
Reps. Berceau, Taylor. Letter to Joint Audit co-chairs requesting audit of Gov. Walker's use of state plane.

5:29am
Wisconsin Watch. Secret cash aided politicians who rewrote Wisconsin law to block claims of lead-poisoned children.
4:55am
Racine Journal Times. Wanggaard speaks on Fierro, DACA.

State Agencies

4:23pm
DNR. Weekly news.
4:16pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Approves nearly $4.3 million for community projects.
3:53pm
DMA. Disasters happen. Prepare now. Here's how.
10:58am
DATCP. Depopulated elk at Richland County farm test negative for chronic wasting disease.
9:11am
OCI. Storm aftermath: Insurance tips for Wisconsinites.

4:39am
WBAY. Wisconsin confirms eight more cases of bleeding linked to fake weed.

Economy/Business

2:25pm
WMC. Gov. Walker proclaims September as Chamber of Commerce Month.
1:05pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.
10:55am
USDA. Launches trade mitigation programs.

12:59pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin tourism industry hit by heavy rainfall, flooding.
5:11am
Bloomberg. Trump's fight with Canada over Nafta faces new hurdles.

Statewide

5:17am
350 Madison. Minnesota agency finds that Enbridge lied: It's insurance policies do not actually cover oil spills. MN Department of Commerce Supplemental Filing.

Courts

12:00pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Asks U.S. Supreme Court to take campaign finance case.

5:28am
Duluth News Tribune. Class action complaint filed against Husky Energy.
4:16am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Abrahamson has cancer.

Education

2:23pm
UW-Madison. Startup gives builders a head start on new projects.
1:04pm
UW-River Falls. Free GRE strategy workshop offered.
12:57pm
UW-Stout. Supply chain management: Critical thinking and continuous improvement attract students.
10:55am
UW-Madison. Inflammation biomarker in blood may help predict effectiveness of depression drugs.

5:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. School years delayed by flooding can use recent state law change.

Local

12:54pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Letter regarding flooding at Foxconn construction site.
11:56am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 7 in Operation Drive Sober.
11:07am
NEWaukee. Announces 'Building Tomorrow' innovation series.
5:14am
Emergency Management. Incident Report #13 - August Wisconsin Flooding.

4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Two methadone clinics open in Madison, doubling capacity as opioid deaths rise.
4:41am
Racine Journal Times. Racine County Board passes nonpartisan anti-gerrymandering resolution.
4:27am
Fox 6. Concern grows as more rain pours on SE Wisconsin: 'Lakes are running high; our rivers are swollen.'
4:26am
WISC. 'We all wish this would end': Soglin says Madison will stay in crisis as long as rain is predicted.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Commuter caution urged as flooding threat to continue in Madison for start of school year.
4:22am
Chippewa Herald. More heavy rain in forecast for southern Wisconsin means flooding could get worse before it gets better.
4:21am
Westby Times. Heavy rain causes additional problems in Vernon County.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Persistent high lake levels set stage for big flood.
4:17am
Politico. Milwaukee's pitch to Democrats: Try visiting Wisconsin this time.
4:15am
Door County Pulse. County considers new status for jailers under Act 10.

Congress

11:57am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin caves, decides to meet with Judge Kavanaugh.
11:00am
RPW. When it comes to SCOTUS nominee, Senator Baldwin won't do her job.
10:59am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Walker, Vukmir want to overturn Roe v. Wade, see Kavanaugh as their chance.

4:54am
Racine Journal Times. Rep. Pocan 'disillusioned' with Ryan.
4:46am
Politico. Immigrants, fearing Trump crackdown, drop out of nutrition programs.
4:29am
WFRV. Senator Tammy Baldwin aims at helping Wisconsin workers.
4:23am
The Hill. Congress faces September scramble on spending.

Politics

2:24pm
RPW. D.C. Dan Kohl: Special interest candidate running in the 6th Congressional District.
1:41pm
Kaul for Attorney General. Signs #NoNRAMoney pledge.
11:13am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign unveils policy proposal to expand youth apprenticeship programs to 7th and 8th grade.
11:11am
NextGen America. Launches $3 million ad campaign to motivate young voters ahead of midterms.
11:00am
DPW. Leah Vukmir backs lawsuit to gut pre-existing condition protections.
9:04am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Unlike Baldwin, Leah Vukmir pledges to meet with every Supreme Court nominee and thoroughly review their qualifications.
5:12am
RAGA. Launches school safety TV ad in Wisconsin AG race: "Mothers."

1:09pm
CBS 58. Walker touts plan to expand youth apprenticeships.
11:38am
U.S. News & World Report. Supporters launch ad touting AG Schimel's school safety work.
5:25am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin's tight governor's race puts Walker on defensive.
5:12am
Fox 6. On Labor Day, Wisconsin Republicans and Democrats make separate appeals to middle-class voters.
5:03am
The Hill. GOP senator: Republican candidates should highlight 'reality of all the good things' Trump admin has done.
4:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. Paul Ryan is leaving Congress, but his presence dominates the race to succeed him.
4:43am
CNBC. A bipartisan rallying cry: Teachers hit the campaign trail to demand public education reform.
4:36am
Cap Times. Scott Walker, Tony Evers spar over school safety, resource officers.
4:29am
WKBT. $30 million poured into effort to energize young voters.
4:19am
Beloit Daily News. Local teacher at center of GOP attack ad.
4:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Glenn Grothman v. Dan Kohl: Donald Trump is key figure in hotly contested House race.
4:15am
Racine Journal Times. The race for Congress: Bryce weighs in on health care, immigration.
4:14am
CBS News. GOP Senate candidate Leah Vukmir says she supports coverage of pre-existing conditions, citing no specifics.

 

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