Friday September 20, 2019 - Updated 2:26pm

Governor

12:46pm
NBC 15. Governor Evers proclaims Friday as Wisconsin Agricultural Toursim Day.

Legislative

2:26pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Middleton police chief nominated Assembly District First Responder of the Year.
2:24pm
Rep. Sargent. People are dying, yet partisan antics work to keep us divided.
2:22pm
Reps. Milroy, Mursau; Sen. Smith. Legislation to provide in-state tuition for members of tribal nation.
1:31pm
Rep. Neubauer. Global climate strike today.
12:38pm
Sen. Shilling. Backs medical cannabis efforts.
12:36pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Senator Darling ignores domestic abuse survivors.
10:58am
Rep. Shankland. Coauthors legislation to legalize medical cannabis in Wisconsin for fourth consecutive session.
10:46am
Rep. Allen. Sends letter advocating cannabis research.
10:40am
Sen. Marklein. Column: Almond "milk" is not milk, veggie "burgers" are not burgers and fake "Swiss" is not cheese!
10:38am
Sens. Erpenbach, Testin; Rep. Taylor. Introduce bill to legalize medical cannabis in Wisconsin.
10:36am
Sen. Testin. Column: Doctors and patients, not government, should decide if cannabis is the right treatment.
9:40am
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: Protecting consumers.
9:24am
Rep. Vining. Announces series of Topical Town Halls.
9:22am
Rep. Brostoff. To speak at New Politics conference in Washington D.C. this weekend.
4:44am
AG Kaul. Testifies in support of legislation to prevent backlog of sexual assault kits.

1:35pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin lawmakers push bipartisan bill to legalize medical marijuana.
12:41pm
WISC. Wisconsin lawmakers introduce medical marijuana bill.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Gov. Tony Evers renews call for 'red flag' gun law in Wisconsin.
4:40am
Courthouse News Service. Wisconsin Democrats roll out red-flag gun bill.
4:39am
WSAW. Republicans argue proposed red flag gun bill violates constitutional rights. 
4:38am
Duluth News Tribune. Wisconsin legislators introduce bill to stop exploitation of indigenous women.
4:28am
Cap Times. Kaul, advocates tout bills to streamline collection, testing, tracking of sexual assault kits. WISC.
4:27am
WKOW. NAMI: Red flag law a good first step.
4:24am
WEAU. Chippewa Co. judge has doubts about red flag laws.
4:22am
WEAU. Proposed bill would increase penalties for assaults on nurses.

State Agencies

2:24pm
DOJ. Coalition of AGs urge CFPB to place consumers' interests over debt colletors.
1:32pm
DHS. Teams with the Milwauke Brewers to promote immunizations.
1:19pm
WEDC. Governor Evers announces Catalent Biologics expansion in Madison.
12:34pm
AG Kaul. Joins lawsuit challenging attempt to trample states' authority to adopt and enforce environmental standards.
11:01am
DMA. 128th Infantry hones skills, integrates with partner brigade enroute to Afghanistan.

12:43pm
The Hill. California, 23 other states sue Trump over vehicle emissions rule.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Residents concerned about PFAS contamination on farm fields in Marinette, Peshtigo area.

Economy/Business

1:30pm
Milwaukee Business Journal. Foxconn to assemble home security tech products in Mount Pleasant.
4:40am
NBC 15. USDA: Milk output falls in Wisconsin, rises nationally.
4:36am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wild global forces are hurting Wisconsin dairy farmers. Here's what you should know.
4:31am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin lost 1,400 private sector jobs in August as job growth continues to slow.

Statewide

9:22am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Wisconsin's workforce challenges intensify.

4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fresh data documents the impact that race and income have on health of Wisconsin residents. 
4:27am
AP. Colt suspends production of AR-15 for civilian market.

Courts

4:44am
Courthouse News Service. Fight over golf course hits Wisconsin high court.

Education

1:54pm
UW-Stout. Helping Hand food pantry plus offers career closet.
12:39pm
UW-Madison. Sustainable dairy project finds ways to lower emissions, boost profits.
11:07am
Marquette University. Marquette Engineering Department receives $600,000 graduate assistance award.
11:00am
Foxconn. Announces higher education recruiting effort with "Foxconn Day" at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
9:23am
UW-Madison. Wisconsin Science Festival encourages science exploration statewide.
8:17am
UW-Whitewater. Police chief to lead FBI task force.

4:33am
Madison.com. State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor: Wisconsin has achievement gap 'crisis.' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Local

2:20pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Statement on MPD internal investigation findings.

4:32am
WTMJ. 'The Harvard of pimp school': Milwaukee takes steps to combat human trafficking ahead of DNC.

Congress

4:26am
The Hill. House votes to avert shutdown, fund government through November.
4:25am
USA Today. Hill hodgepodge: Pelosi draws from democrats, GOP and Trump for pricing plan.
4:21am
AP. Key Senate panel approves $250 million for election security. 

Politics

4:37am
Wisconsin State Journal. Americans for Prosperity targeting three Democratic lawmakers in 2020.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar talks voting rights, criminal justice during Milwaukee visit. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Duffy's resignation in Trump country has both parties readying for battle.
4:22am
WSAW. Mosinee's mayor will not run for Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District.

Thursday September 19, 2019

Governor

4:16pm
Sen. Tiffany. I will not back down in the fight against gun confiscation.
4:13pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Supports lifesaving ERPO legislation.
4:12pm
Rep. Anderson. In support of Extreme Risk Protection Orders. 
2:16pm
Rep. Hintz. Republican inaction ignores urgency of gun violence crisis.
12:29pm
Sen. Craig. Reacts to Evers' statement on gun confiscation.
12:08pm
Rep. Allen. Calls for restraint in "ERPO" legislation.
11:54am
Rep. Dittrich. Measured action versus manipulation.
11:30am
Rep. Steineke. Firearm seizure is a non-starter.
11:29am
Rep. Emerson. Supports Extreme Risk Protection Orders legsilation.
11:12am
Sen. Fitzgerald, Speaker Vos. Legislative leaders statement on anti-gun legislation.
11:12am
Sen. Wanggaard. Statement on Democrats' latest anti-gun scheme.
11:10am
LRB-4383 Backs Extreme Risk Protection Order legislation. 
10:12am
Rep. Sargent. Extreme Risk Protection Orders: Preventing gun violence & suicide in Wisconsin.
9:49am
Sen. Shilling. What will it take to act?
9:21am
Gov. Evers. Democrats announce Extreme Risk Protection Order legislation to prevent suicide and gun violence. LRB-4383

11:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Tony Evers announces red-flag bill, says he's open to mandatory gun buybacks.
11:18am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers pushes for 'red flag' law, urges GOP lawmakers to address gun violence.
10:33am
WKOW. Evers, Wisconsin Democrats introduce red flag law. 
3:49am
WBAY. Gov. Evers announces $500K for 13 projects to reduce homelessness.

Legislative

2:40pm
Sen. Risser. Legislators seek debate on death with dignity.
2:39pm
WSTA. Applauds bipartisan vote on rural broadband investment legislation. 
2:28pm
Sen. Larson. And Smart Start Inc. to provide IID at Bay View Bash.
12:01pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Koch group plans lit drop against Democratic lawmaker.
10:10am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: The urgent need for common sense gun reform.
9:59am
Sen. Erpenbach. Middleton legislators echo police chief's call for gun safety.  Middleton Police Chief Foulke Letter.

8:15am
Cap Times. 'There's no defined path': Wisconsin lawmakers unclear on funding for county-run juvenile facilities.
3:53am
WFRV. Rep. Stuck proposes creation of task force to address missing and murdered tribal women, girls. WXPR.
3:46am
U.S. News & World Report. GOP lawmaker vows to kill rules to reduce farm manure smell.
3:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Proposal would increase penalties for assaults on Wisconsin nurses.

State Agencies

12:02pm
DWD. Wisconsin's labor force participation rate remains at 67.2 percent in August.
10:28am
DATCP, DWD. Connect the dots with job training for Wisconsin farmers.

3:55am
U.S. News & World Report. DNR wants to rename Peshtigo River State Forest.
3:54am
Fox 11. DNR offers to test foam for PFAS after residents voice concerns in Marinette County.

Economy/Business

2:48pm
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Stands in support with striking UAW members.
10:28am
Foxconn. Wisconsin's trade mission delegation visits Foxconn's Gen 6 Fab in Japan.

3:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin GM workers part of nationwide strike.

Statewide

10:04am
Gathering Waters. Wisconsin land conservation leaders to be honored for outstanding achievements.
8:09am
Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality. Report sheds light on health disparities.
7:52am
Wisconsin Library Association. 2019 Wisconsin Library Heritage Center Hall of Fame inductees.

3:51am
WEAU. Suicide rates higher in rural communities.

Education

4:14pm
UW-Stout. National park experience brings student boost of confidence.
2:27pm
UW-Stout. Discovery Center Fab Lab open house planned Sept. 24.
2:17pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Shea. Effort leads to preservation of bus routes.
12:52pm
DPI Supt. Stanford Taylor. Delivers State of Education Address.
12:31pm
One Wisconsin Now. Student loan debt in Wisconsin continues to outpace national average, according to latest research. 
10:06am
Marquette University. Legal scholar Paul Butler, Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm to go 'On the Issues,' Sept. 25.

2:42pm
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin school chief calls achievement gap a 'crisis.'
8:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DPI deputy secretary addresses state test scores.

Local

4:10pm
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Impact investment thought leader, innovator and author Jean Case announced as annual dinner speaker.
2:21pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County, Gorman & Company, and Dryhootch's largest veterans family housing and services development in nation moves one step closer to breaking ground.
12:53pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Announces additional transit funding in 2020 budget.

4:09am
Beloit Daily News. DA gets more help in state action.
3:48am
Chippewa Herald. Chippewa Valley counties receive additional DA help to prosecute cases.
3:45am
WHBL. Some relief is headed to the Sheboygan County DA's office.

Congress

2:22pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Statement on introduction of National Prescription Drug Reform (H.R.3).
11:46am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Gets the job done for Wisconsin dairy farmers.

3:55am
WKOW. Wisconsin lawmakers at odds over federal funding for Madison military base.
3:50am
The Hill. House reaches deal on continuing resolution, vote expected Thursday.
3:47am
The Hill. Trump administration floats background check proposal to Senate GOP.

Politics

2:24pm
Kelly for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Rounds out campaign team.

Wednesday September 18, 2019

Governor

4:26pm
Gov. Evers. Announces homelessness project grant awardees.

4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers announces 60 new assistant district attorney positions in 56 counties. Duluth News Tribune. RiverTowns.

Legislative

4:24pm
Rep. Vining. Joins Governor Evers to announce additional assistant district attorney positions in Waukesha County.
3:59pm
Rep. Neubauer. Co-sponsors bill to return Attorney General's powers.
3:01pm
Rep. Dittrich. Gov. Evers' "new" plan duplicates line-item vetoes already passed in budget.
11:03am
WCASA, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Advocates applaud bill to confront violence against native women.
10:36am
Sen. Smith. Column: Have a conversation for democracy's sake.
10:35am
Sen. Nass. ATCP 51 draft revisions to Wisconsin's livestock facility rule.
9:38am
Rep. Snyder. Statement on Evers' assistant district attorney assignments.
9:18am
AG Kaul. Supports legislation to provide benefits to survivors of fallen officers.
8:46am
Sen. Kooyenga, Rep. Kulp. Introduce bill to help cancer patients with clinical trial expenses.

2:07pm
NBC 15. Key state lawmaker vows to kill manure storage rules.
4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. Widows press Wisconsin lawmakers to OK police insurance bill. Wausau Daily Herald.
4:26am
WKOW. Two lawmakers push to change car seat laws.
4:20am
WISN. Lawmakers debate public's access to police body camera video.

State Agencies

3:00pm
WEDC. Wisconsin Craft Brewery Day set for Sept. 26.
2:58pm
State Public Defender. 5 attorneys to be honored as 2019 Up and Coming Lawyers.
1:13pm
DOA. Wisocnsin Point Commemoration Celebration September 20, 2019.
4:37am
DNR. Weekly news.

4:29am
WAOW. Agricultural expert brings awareness to the dairy crisis in Portage Co.
4:25am
WQOW. New manure storage rules would only impact some farmers.
4:23am
WXPR. Groundwater Council says more research needed to fix Wisconsin's groundwater.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin DNR updating Lake Superior fisheries plan.
4:17am
WQOW. National Guard deploying 150 north Wisconsin troops to Middle East. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Economy/Business

11:37am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Recovering form business loss is ex-NFL player's topic Nov. 6 during Early Stage Symposium.
10:22am
Foxconn. Selects construction manager for smart manufacturing center and high-performance computing data center.

4:51am
WSAW. Lt. Gov. Barnes visits ginseng farm to discuss impact of tariffs.

Statewide

4:28pm
Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association. And Center for Dairy Research awarded Dairy Business Innovation Initiative Grant. 

Courts

9:11am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Defeats gun ban, defends Second Amendment.

Education

1:14pm
UW-Stout. First-year student enrollment for fall rebounds, up 6.7%
1:11pm
UW-Milwaukee. Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership recognized with prestigious accreditation.
11:46am
UW-Milwaukee. Event-packed Safety Week focuses on ways to stay safe.
10:51am
One Wisconsin Now. State of staffing: K-12 public schools: Help wanted.
10:23am
DPI. Six state finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards named.

2:57pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Cristo Rey Jesuit High School breaks ground on $33 million school on Milwaukee's south side.
4:21am
Kenosha News. Carthage to reduce tuition by 30 percent. 
4:20am
RiverTowns. Top UW official talks faculty, administration differences during River Falls visit.

Local

4:23pm
M-WERC. EDA announces $1.67 million for M-WERC.
2:59pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Legislation seeks to make BID/NID options more effective and efficient.
9:47am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Lucas. Recognizes Acting Sheriff Richard Schmidt (Ret.) with the prestigious David Demos Award.
9:17am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Shame on Serb Hall for turning their back on decades of American history. 
4:37am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Common Council rejects resolution opposing F-35A basing.

4:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison City Council still deciding on whether to oppose F-35 jets.
4:27am
NBC 15. Madison Common Council passes alternate resolution on F-35 jets at Truax Field. 
4:25am
WTMJ. Milwaukee mayor faces police funding challenges with newly proposed budget.
4:17am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Winnebago County to vote whether to switch from elected coroner to hired medical examiner.

Congress

8:06am
AP. Trump outpaces Obama, Bush in naming ex-lobbyists to Cabinet.

Politics

4:42am
Politico. 'He's not going to have Hillary Clinton sitting on her hands': Trump's uphill battle to hold Wisconsin.
4:24am
Fox 6. 'Let's get to work:' Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald announces run for Congress.

Tuesday September 17, 2019

Governor

3:00pm
Sen. Jacque. Hails finalized prosecutor allocation.
2:18pm
Rep. Nygren. Reacts to Evers' prosecutor allocation.
12:30pm
Rep. Born. Statement on district attorney allocation.
12:27pm
Rep. Hintz. Winnabago County to receive two additional assistant district attorney positions.
11:03am
State Public Defender Thompson. Statement regarding pay progression legislation.
10:20am
Gov. Evers. Announces more than 60 new assistant attorney positions throughout state. Position List.

Legislative

4:35pm
Reps. Tusler, Taylor. Introduce bill to update child safety seat laws. 
4:28pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Launches new wave of grassroots lobbying efforts.
2:44pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Opposes AARP legislation imposing more regulations, red tape on Wisconsin hospitals.
1:43pm
Union, Employee-Owned, Nonunion Employers. Support for Krug/Feyen/Ringhand LRB-3818 second start legislation.
12:58pm
Alzheimer's Association. Supports important Wisconsin legislation for family caregivers.
12:56pm
Sen. Testin, Rep. Skowronski. Caregiver legislation enjoys broad bi-partisan support.
12:31pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Insurance industry supports time cut for policy notices. 
12:29pm
One Wisconsin Now. Lawyer/lobbyist hired by Republicans bows out of opioid settlement discussions.
11:10am
Sen. Kapenga. Applications being accepted for 2020 Senate Scholar Program. 
11:09am
Sen. Marklein. Announces rural road grant application now open.
9:48am
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on Monday.
4:45am
Wisconsin Nurses Association. Nurses to testify in support fo workplace violence legislation.

4:51am
WQOW. Proposed law aims to prohibit discrimination against natural hairstyles in Wisconsin.
4:42am
Kenosha News. Officials push forward juvenile justice plan they admit already falls short.

State Agencies

2:58pm
DMA. Engineer unit mobilizing to Middle East this fall.
1:05pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Voices support for ATCP 51 updates.
12:38pm
Ready Wisconsin. Wants kids to be prepared.
9:52am
DATCP. Milk-n-More Tequila Naomi is 2019 Cow of the Year.

4:41am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ag groups push back against proposed farm siting rules.
4:29am
U.S. News & World Report. Dairy industry pushes back against new manure storage rules.

Economy/Business

8:36am
WMC. & Johnson Financial Group announce 2019 Top 16 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin.

Statewide

10:58am
ABC for Health. Medical bad debt and charity care increase in Wisconsin.
8:36am
Arts Wisconsin. Make Music Wisconsin information meetings.

Courts

8:52am
The Hill. Holdouts vow to challenge Purdue Pharma settlement.
4:36am
Reuters. What's next for OxyContin make Purdue Pharma.

Education

2:59pm
Marquette University. To host Socially Responsible Investing Symposium, Sept. 19.
11:31am
UW-Stout. Alumna's focus in on children with $1 million donation.
11:05am
UW-Stout. New for 2019-20: Video production major off to fast start.
11:04am
Marquette University. Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee leaders to go 'On the Issues' at Marquette Law School.
10:23am
DPI. Stanford Taylor names 2019 Friends of Education.

4:41am
Fox 6. Betsy DeVos pitches 'Education Freedom Scholarships' in Milwaukee, draws protests. WISN.
4:33am
WJFW. Rural Wisconsin school districts face teacher shortages.
4:33am
WAOW. Area school district hoping lower test score trend doesn't stick around.
4:32am
WISC. Edgewood College planning layoffs, reducing number of majors offered.

Local

2:10pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Statement regarding F-35 environmental impact statement.
11:32am
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Legislation on redistricting ballot issue moves forward.

4:50am
Racine Journal Times. 'I can't pay more': City employees protest health care hikes, criticize mayor.
4:38am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo evaluates new taxes, fees for street maintenance, including 'wheel tax,' premier resort tax.

Congress

2:00pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Warns that pharmaceutical mergers may increase drug prices and reduce patient access to essential medications.
12:47pm
U.S. Rep. Steil. Seeks nominations for Wisconsin's First Congressional District Veteran of the Year Award.
10:56am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Supports introduction of legislation to stop use of taxpayer dollars at Trump properties.
9:54am
U.S. Rep. Steil. Statement on beginning of trade talks between the United States and Japan.

1:06pm
The Hill. Election security funds caught in crosshairs of spending debate.
4:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. (Audio) Senator Ron Johnson discusses Russia, China and other national news.

Politics

11:31am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Announces participation in National Voter Registration Day, September 24.
8:34am
Fitzgerald for 5th Congress. Announces candidacy for Fifth Congressional District.

8:45am
Fox 11. Republican Fitzgerald announces run for Congress.
8:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Longtime state Senate leader Scott Fitzgerald announces bid for Congress.

Monday September 16, 2019

Governor

4:13pm
Gov. Evers. Seeks applicants for Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge.
4:13pm
Gov. Evers. Signs Executive Order #45 relating to creating a Task Force on Retirement Security. 
10:26am
State Treasurer Godlewski. And task force members kick off Governor Evers' Retirement Security Task Force surrounded by retirees and stakeholders.
10:15am
Gov. Evers. Signs Executive Order #45 relating to creating a Task Force on Retirement Security. 

11:37am
WBAY. Eves creates task force to study retirement savings.

Legislative

11:18am
Rep. Hebl. Column: Two years in, Foxconn's progress is uncertain.
10:51am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. GOP-controlled Legislature protects compenies that don't pay their workers. 
10:06am
Column: taking action to slow CWD spread.
9:49am
LRB. Special Sessions of the Wisconsin Legislature.

11:00am
Racine Journal Times. Bipartisan bill would test automated traffic enforcement in Milwaukee.
8:05am
Bloomberg Tax. Midwest states take a pass on SALT cap workaround laws.
8:03am
Chippewa Herald. Director of suicide hotline says she has yet to see state budget money for her organization.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 80% Coalition: New groups urges Wisconsin lawmakers to pass gun safety legislation.
4:40am
WKOW. SPECIAL REPORT: Proposed bill to help families of fallen officers in Wisconsin.
4:39am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Milwaukee mayor talks about sales tax increase proposal.
4:36am
Fox 11. The N.E.W. addiction: HOPE Agenda provides resources, help for addiction.
4:31am
CBS 58. Madison Democrats propose increased sales tax on guns sold in Wisconsin.
4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. To address 'teen vaping crisis,' groups call for raising minimum age for tobacco purchases. 
4:28am
Racine Journal Times. DNR report critical of legislation for Racine hotel and convention. 

State Agencies

3:25pm
DATCP. Pfaff names Dr. Darlene Kondle Wisconsin State Veterinarian.
12:36pm
DFI. Increased lending at Wisconsin's state-chartered banks reflects a healthy economy.
12:35pm
Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative. State groups call for halt to livestock farm siting rule changes.
12:33pm
Wisconsin Lottery. $763,000 in prizes claimed.
11:10am
Wisconsin Dairy Alliance. Proposed ATCP 51 revisions violate original intent of the rule.
10:00am
DNR. Majority of Wisconsin public water systems meet safe drinking water standards in 2018; challenges still exist.
9:52am
DATCP. Wisconsin's role in protecting the U.S. pork supply from African swine fever.

4:36am
WXOW. Private attorneys get pay increase to help public defenders.
4:35am
Fox 6. DMV fees are going up (again). So, where's that money going?
4:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin DNR looks to expand manure restrictions. 

Economy/Business

11:19am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Launches military veterans and spouse employment pledges.

4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Enbridge temporarily shuts down Line 5 on Bad River reservation.
4:29am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Exec explains Foxconn's plans for smart manufacturing, data centers.
4:22am
CNBC. About 48,000 UAW members strike against General Motors.

Statewide

4:50am
Cap Times. Despite lax laws, Wisconsin at No. 29 for drunk driving fatalities.
4:43am
Wisconsin Watch. Pay-to-stay, other fees, can put jail inmates hundreds or thousands in debt.
4:38am
U.S. News & World Report. New York and Milwaukee vary in approach to juvenile justice.

Courts

4:49am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Wins campus free speech victory.

4:23am
Reuters. OxyContin make Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy protection.
4:21am
AP. Amid settlement talks, opioids keep taking a grim toll.
4:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Federal judge supports student's right to hand out valentines with Bible messages at Wisconsin technical college.

Education

3:25pm
UW-Stout. Barnhart student travel scholarship seeking funds.
2:31pm
Marquette University. Alumni couple commits more than $1 million toward Catholic faith formation for students.
1:37pm
UW-Milwaukee. Professor of Freshwater Sciences to speak on Capitol Hill panel.
10:29am
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Teacher and principal nominations can now be submitted online.
4:48am
Wisconsin Public Education Network. "Bestsy DeVos's visit and policies neglect 860,000 kids in public schools," say Wisconsin parents.

1:39pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. DeVos stops in Milwaukee to stump $5B plan for school choice.

Local

10:05am
Washington County. Releases video depicting need for foster families in our community. 
9:42am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Public hearing on proposed 2020 Dane County Parks fee increases.

4:42am
Fox 6. 'I think a lot of people are concerned about it:' Local communities taking steps to keep radium out of water.
4:41am
Fox 6. 'Quite a mess:' SE Wisconsin residents assess their property damage following flooding.

Congress

4:28pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Following request, CDC activates Emergency Operations Center to help address outbreak of severe lung disease connected to vaping.

10:41am
The Hill. Senators struggle to get spending bills off ground as shutdown looms.
4:25am
Reuters. U.S. blames Iran for Saudi oil attack, Trump says 'locked and loaded,'
4:18am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Ron Johnson skeptical of Trump's plan to ban vaping products.

Politics

8:31am
Allen for 97th Assembly. Statement on WI 5th Congressional District.

1:36pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin Senate leader Scott Fitzgerald edges closer to bid for Congress.
8:05am
WXPR. Former Cuban refugee, Mosinee mayor consider congressional runs.
8:04am
Politico. Amy Klobuchar to embark on tour of 'blue wall' states.
4:34am
Cap Times. At Idea Fest opening night, DNC chair Tom Perez calls Wisconsin 'ground zero' in 2020 election.
4:24am
WISC. Democratic presidential candidate visits Madison, addresses issues facing nation.

Friday September 13, 2019

Legislative

1:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. But wait, there's more. Lawyer/lobbyist hired by Joint Committee on Finance previously defended GOP legislators in open records case.
11:14am
Sen. Marklein. Column: Our rainy day fund is ready.
9:04am
School Administrators Alliance, WASB, Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance. Education groups call on state Legislature to respond to teen vaping crisis by acting on Tobacco 21.
8:59am
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: Support our neighbors with their inner struggles.

1:46pm
Fox 11. Senate committee plans hearing on latest body camera bill.
4:12am
WKOW. SPECIAL REPORT: Proposed bill to help families of fallen officers in Wisconsin.
4:11am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Robin Vos questions how K-12 funding was spent given test score decline.

State Agencies

5:08pm
DWD. Milwaukee Job Center temporarily closed due to power outage.
4:40am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.

4:26am
WISC. Wisconsin Department of Health Services lead abatement program gets federal approval.

Economy/Business

11:28am
AP. China to lift punitive tariffs on U.S. soybeans, pork.
9:27am
Reuters. Trump trade-war aid sows frustration in farm county.
4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. In a day, Foxconn changes course, plans to build different Mount Pleasant building.

Statewide

9:26am
WKOW. Wisconsin earns a "D" when it comes to keeping kids safe online.
9:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's obesity rate remains unchanged.
4:23am
CBS 58., '80% Coalition' pushes for gun reform laws in Wisconsin.

Courts

4:39am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. SEIU v. Robin Vos - order.
4:38am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. SEIU v. Robin Vos - order.
4:36am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Vos v. Kaul - order.

9:31am
AP. What a Purdue Pharma bankruptcy means for the Sackler family.
4:07am
AP. Chaotic talks show challenge of reaching opioid settlement.

Education

5:07pm
Marquette University. Professor of Exercise Science to speak on Capitol Hill panel.
1:30pm
UW System. UW-Green Bay chancellor Search and Screen Committee named.
1:25pm
UW-Stout. New for 2019-20: Rustic student benches have historic theme.
11:25am
School Choice Wisconsin. (Updated) Parental Choice Program students have higher ACT scores...again.
10:04am
UW-Milwaukee. Raises $251 million in historic fundraising campaign.

4:25am
Center Square. Nearly 60 percent of Wisconsin school kids can't read or write at grade level.
4:22am
WKOW. Teachers association believes funding could be behind slight drop in test scores.

Local

3:14pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Christenson. Offers free passport photos on September 18 in honor of Passport Day in the USA.
1:32pm
MCTS. Offers service to and from Briggs & Al's Run & Walk.
1:26pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Nicholson. Calls for repeal of federal crime bill, more investment in public education. 
8:54am
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Madison maintains Aaa bond rating.

3:20pm
Fox 6. 'Exposure to risk:' Audit finds problems in Milwaukee voter regsitration process.
1:47pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: Milwaukee used more TIF money than any other city to fund The Hop.
4:26am
WSAW. 20 Marathon Co. children tested positive for lead poisoning last year.
4:19am
CBS 58. Report finds funding strategy for Milwaukee's streetcar unusual compared to other cities.
4:13am
WISC. Hundreds pack Alliant Energy Center to give input on F-35 jets.
4:09am
NBC 15. Storms lead to flooding, closed roadways in Wisconsin.
4:08am
CBS 58. Medical Examiner's Office: Milwaukee County averages 1 overdose every 14 hours.

Congress

10:12am
U.S. Rep. Steil. And Phillips place congressional wager on Sunday's Packers-Vikings game.

1:42pm
The Hill. Conservatives offer stark warning to Trump, GOP on background checks.
4:14am
Bloomberg. Trump says he plans to unveil middle-class tax cut in next year.

Politics

9:10am
RPW. ICYMI: Wisconsin job loss under Governor Evers worst in a decade.

4:21am
WAOW. Republicans hope congressional races drive turnout in 2020.
4:18am
Superior Telegram. Tiffany launches campaign for Congress in Superior.
4:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republican Party chairman: no plans to scrap presidential primary.
4:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State Rep. Jason Fields of Milwaukee endorses Joe Biden's presidential campaign.

Thursday September 12, 2019

Governor

4:26pm
Gov. Evers. Visits Wisconsin's Sister State in Japan, meets with educators and local leaders.

Legislative

4:20pm
Dairy Business Association. Applauds proposals to stop mislabeling of imitation dairy products.
2:05pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Column: Wisconsin school put students first, Legislature should do the same.
2:01pm
Rep. Ohnstad. Seeks fairness for federal retirees.
1:11pm
Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association. Applauds Marklein proposals to protect consumers from misleading labels on imitation dairy products. 
12:59pm
Wisconsin Pharmacy Patient Protection Coalition. WI patients and pharmacists form coalition to support legislation to lower prescription costs by protecting patients from harmful PBM practices.
10:26am
Wisconsin State Firefighter's Association. Recognizes Rep. Amy Loudenbeck.
10:22am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Urges GOP legislative leaders to use caution on sales tax ask.
8:46am
Lutheran Office for Public Policy. Time to bring safe harbor to the floor and pass it!

3:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers propose 9/11 memorial highway outside Kewaskum.

State Agencies

2:02pm
DNR. Hunters reminded of the advisory to test deer for CWD before consuming venison.
12:54pm
DHS. Lead abatement program receives federal approval.
12:53pm
DMA. Reminder: Public access to Hardwood Range no longer allowed.
11:02am
Dept. of Tourism. Announces new agencies of record.
10:59am
Wisconsin Lottery. $350,000 SuperCash! ticket sold in Medford.
3:49am
Serve Wisconsin. And Governor's Office, PASS Americorps complete service project for September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance at Lunney Lake Farm County Park.

Economy/Business

11:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Foxconn planning 9-story office building in Mount Pleasant.
3:47am
Reuters. Harley Davidson to lay off 40 employees in Wisconsin.
3:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin crops continue to lag behind as harvest nears.
3:33am
WQOW. 150 new jobs coming to Lake Hallie concrete plant.

Environment/Outdoors

3:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Concerns rise over tainted sewage sludge spread on croplands.

Statewide

1:58pm
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. The time for redistricting reform in Wisconsin is now.
12:52pm
Evidence-Based Health Policy Project. Capitol briefing on education and health.

Courts

11:14am
One Wisconsin Now. Conflicts of interest abound as Wisconsin Republicans play politics with state settling lawsuits.
3:51am
Joint Finance Co-Chairs Darling, Nygren. Statement on AG's comments on Purdue Pharma case.

3:53am
Cap Times. Wisconsin not part of tentative Purdue Pharma opioid deal; attorney general pledges to pursue case.
3:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin rejects Purdue Pharma settlement as fight over lame-duck laws continues.
3:41am
U.S. News & World Report. Kaul declines to join Purdue Pharma lawsuit settlement.
3:31am
AP. Tentative opioid deal won't end court battles for Purdue.

Education

4:17pm
Rep. Considine. Column: Schools need our continued support.
4:16pm
Sen. Larson. Reaction to the release of Wisconsin Student Assessment System results.
3:32pm
UW System. Brings All in Wisconsin tour to UW-River Falls.
3:19pm
UW-Stout. Graphic design alumna's career on track at Target Creative.
2:03pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. Education Chair: DPI's test results are shocking, students deserve better.
12:51pm
Speaker Vos. Statement: Wisconsin student assessment scores.
3:43am
DPI. Wisconsin Student Assessment results released.

8:16am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin students' math, English scores decline slightly in latest state report. 
8:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin student test scores see slight decline in both math and reading, new data show.
3:42am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Green Bay School Board backs measure to retire Native American mascots in Wisconsin.
3:37am
WXOW. Wisconsin test scores drop in English, math, ACT exam.

Local

3:23pm
Washington County Register of Deeds Martin. Elected to Property Records Industry Association board.
12:54pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Pushes to expand voting rights.
8:49am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. On the right track? The use of TIF for Milwaukee's streetcar.
8:48am
SHINE. Founder and CEO Piefer awarded top honors by UW-Madison Physics Department.

8:18am
The Hill. Lawmakers weigh reponses to rash of ransonware attacks.
3:36am
WISC. 19 reports of flooding in City of Beloit on Wednesday night.
3:35am
Fox 11. Businesses, homes evacuated as water rises in Brown County.
3:34am
WBAY. Green Bay nears record for wettest year -- with 3 months left.

Congress

4:15pm
Clean Wisconsin. Statement on EPA's repeal of Waters of the U.S. rule.
11:13am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs Committee. Johnson, Grassley push for transparency surrounding the October 2016 meeting between Christopher Steele and State Department officials.
4:01am
U.S. Rep. Gallagher. Welcomes Old Glory Honor Flight to Washington D.C.
3:50am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. The deportation hearing that wasn't what it seemed.

2:07pm
CNBC. Budget deficit smashes $1 trillion mark, the highest in seven years.
11:07am
AP. Trump administration to drop Obama-era water protection rule.

Politics

11:01am
NextGen America. To register young people at climate strikes across the country.

1:15pm
U.S. News & World Report. Sons of former GOP rivals Walker, Neumann eyeing Congress.
8:20am
WQOW. Republican Vukmir decides against run for Congress.
3:46am
WQOW. Former WI Gov. Scott Walker endorses Tom Tiffany for 7th Congressional District.
3:36am
WAOW. Mosinee Mayor considering running for Congressman Duffy's seat.
3:31am
WDIO. Candidate emerges to succeed Duffy in Congress.

Wednesday September 11, 2019

4:34am

Governor

8:39am
Cap Times. Early riser: At 32, Maggie Gau leads the scrutinized office as Tony Evers' chief of staff.

Legislative

2:07pm
Washington County. Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial in Kewaskum could be "On the Map."
10:32am
Sen. Smith. Test your deer for CWD.
10:31am
Rep. Ramthun. Introduces 'Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial Highway' bill. LRB-3943
10:19am
LAB. Report 19-15: Retirement Funds Investment Activity. Briefing Sheet.

10:54am
Fox 11. Democrat introduces bills to pump more money into CWD fight.
4:39am
Fox 6. Proposal to raise Milwaukee County sales tax by 1 percent moves forward.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. More than 1,500 Wisconsinites are missing in war zones around the world. This bill would fund the search for those MIAs.
4:08am
NBC 26. Project Drive Sober: Are ignition interlocks working?
4:02am
Kenosha News. Medical marijuana, dental therapists key state legislative health issues this fall.
3:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. States continue to tackle rising drug costs.
3:54am
Wisconsin State Journal. Committee gives nod to Evers' workforce development, tourism appointees.

State Agencies

4:06pm
DHS. First human case of West Nile Virus reported in Wisconsin this year.
4:04pm
DNR. Seeks public input on PFAS contamination at listening session in Marinette Sept. 18.
3:57pm
WEDC. Board chair Lisa Mauer names members of new Entrepreneurship and Innovation Committee.
3:53pm
Wisconsin Claims Board. Decisions.
10:17am
DMA. WISCOM maintenance agreement.

4:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Firefighting foam found to have seeped into basement of home in northeast Wisconsin.

Economy/Business

12:38pm
Wisconsin Safety Council. Named Honor Chapter for second year in a row.

4:20am
South China Morning Post. China turns to Argentine soy meal in fresh blow to U.S. farmers.
3:49am
AP. China keeps penalties on U.S. pork, soy, eases some others.

Environment/Outdoors

3:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. National Wildlife Federation releases recommendations to address PFAS contamination.

Statewide

3:51pm
Covering Wisconsin. Federal funding for Navigator enrollment services awarded.
1:46pm
Empower Wisconsin. Wisconsin's new conservative information hub.
12:37pm
Edge Messaging. Small businesses and politicians should be wary of customer service AI chats.

4:17am
Washington Post. Opioid crackdown forces pain patients to taper off drugs they say they need.
3:53am
WBAY. DATA: Wisconsin's suicide rate rose 40% between 2000-2017.
3:52am
CBS 58. Wisconsin fire departments struggle with firefighter shortage.

Courts

1:20pm
Reuters. Exclusive: Purdue Pharma nears partial opioid settlement, bankruptcy filing - sources.

Education

2:42pm
UW Extended Campus. To launch two online Master of Science programs in Applied Biotechnology and Information Technology Management.
12:03pm
Marquette University. To sponsor Mliwaukee's first Minority Health Film Festival, Sept. 12-15.
10:50am
UW-Stout. New students can apply for free the week of Oct. 20-26.
10:20am
UW-Stout. Two art students, alumnus start Gallery 610 in Menomonie.
10:16am
Believe in Students FAST Fund. Fight MATC Student Hunger partnership and challenge grant.
4:25am
Edgewood College. Makes top 15 nationally in new U.S. News ranking for social mobility. 

8:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Administration within UW System grew while faculty numbers declined.

Congress

3:52pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Urges CDC to address outbreak of severe lung disease connected to vaping.
10:17am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Demands answers from Commerce IG on reports of suppression and retaliation at NOAA.

4:32am
The Hill. Senate spending talks go off the rails as soon as they begin.
3:58am
Politico. House progressive caucus urges members to back impeachment inquiry.
3:51am
WTMJ. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's bill would require Packers games to be broadcast throughout Wisconsin.

Politics

12:04pm
DrydenWire. Quinn is out, endorses Tiffany for Congress.
3:59am
WUWM. Dairy farm losses in Wisconsin could mean trouble for Trump.

Tuesday September 10, 2019

Governor

4:30pm
Gov. Evers. Hosts "Opportunity in Wisconsin" networking breakfast in Tokyo.

4:17am
Wisconsin State Journal. Conservative group slams Gov. Tony Evers open records practices. Cap Times. 
4:12am
WFRV. Gov. Evers proclaims Sept. as Coastal Awareness Month.

Legislative

4:28pm
Rep. Goyke, Sen. Johnson. Introduce the "Move Forward Milwaukee Initiative."
4:20pm
Rep. Goyke, Sen. Johnson. Introduce the "Move Forward Milwaukee Initiative." LRB-3312.
4:11pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Senate committee advances Family Navigators bill.
4:09pm
LRB. Connecting the Countryside: Understanding Rural Broadband Expansion in Wisconsin.
10:47am
Rep. Shankland. Introduces "Healthy Herd, Health Hunt" legislative package. 

3:05pm
U.S. News & World Report. Kaul: Hundreds of millions could be at stake in settlements.
8:09am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill backs project for flood reduction efforts.
4:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Cowles discusses bills on lead exposure, lyme disease, government transparency. 
4:23am
WXPR. Swearingen chastises Evers for two education vetoes.
4:15am
WISN. Milwaukee leaders propose increasing sales tax by 1 percent.
4:13am
WTMJ. Proposed Milwaukee County sales tax increase to be a 'tough sell' for Republicans.
4:11am
WKBT. Area legislators preview Wisconsin's fall session.
4:07am
WBAY. Green Bay School Board tackles dyslexia; support to retire Native American mascots.
4:05am
WKOW. Study reveals solutions to improve housing affordability, lawmakers express concerns.

State Agencies

1:52pm
WEDC. Huffcutt Concrete LLC expands operations in Lake Hallie.
1:45pm
DNR. Weekly news.
10:58am
DHS. New data analysis shows impact of suicide in Wisconsin.

Economy/Business

8:12am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. To host fourth annual Wisconsin Veterans in the Workforce Summit.

11:02am
Reuters. Many U.S. farmers fume at Washington, not Trump, over biofuel, trade policies.
9:51am
Washington Post. As billions flow to farmers, Trump administration faces internal concerns over unprecedented bailout.

Statewide

4:21pm
WHCA/WiCAL. Assisted living communities celebrate National Assisted Living Week.
9:44am
Transportation Development Association. CARW's Tracy Johnson featured in latest podcast.

11:10am
The Hill. Number of uninsured jumps for first time since 2009.
4:05am
AP. Big tech faces a new set of foes: nearly all 50 U.S. states.

Courts

8:39am
District III Court of Appeals. Daniel R. Freund v. Nasonville Dairy, Inc.
8:38am
District III Court of Appeals. State v. Amy Joan Zahurones.
8:37am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Elizabeth Farrell.
4:20am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. To hear cases in Montello.

Education

12:35pm
Marquette University. Announces leadership team for newly launched Institute for Women's Leadership.
11:12am
UW-Madison. Geneticist named science ambassador to girls and young women.
8:35am
UW-Platteville. Ivanov wins Harvard University fellowship.
8:35am
UW-Platteville. Alumna to lead Ashland's boys basketball program.
4:22am
Edgewood College. Accelerates goal of student/faculty ratio of 13:1 by next fall.

11:37am
Wisconsin State Journal. Foxconn pledged $100 million to UW-Madison. The school has so far received $700,000.
4:10am
WXPR. Wisconsin school districts scramble to find substitute teachers.

Local

12:36pm
RENEW Wisconsin. Fox Cities gear up for RENEW Wisconsin bicycle tour. 
8:13am
Kewaunee County. (Updated) Notifies residents of manure incident under DNR investigation.

Congress

4:13pm
U.S. Rep. Steil. Brings attention to rising costs of education, Wisconsin successes at Financial Services Committee hearing.
4:12pm
U.S. Rep. Gallagher. Applauds grant to Outagamie County Land Conservation.
8:50am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Go Pack Go Act guarantees all Wisconsinites can watch every Packers game broadcast.
4:19am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Announces fall 2019 town hall meeting schedule.

4:09am
The Hill. Deficit surpasses $1 trillion: CBO.

Politics

9:42am
Farrow for Waukesha County Executive. Statement on decision not to seek 5th Congressional District seat.
8:11am
One Wisconsin Now. Seven stops not on Tom Tiffany's congressional announcement tour.

1:54pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. In congressional campaign launch, Tiffany takes a dig at Democrats.
9:39am
WAOW. Republican Tiffany launches run for Congress in Wisconsin.
4:16am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Sen. Tiffany plans tour of Sean Duffy district; fellow Republican Petrowski steps aside.
4:14am
WDIO. Republican state senator poised to run in 7th Congressional District race. Wisconsin State Journal.

Monday September 9, 2019

Governor

4:37pm
Gov. Evers. Attends Midwest U.S. - Japan Association Conference, meets with corporate leaders.
2:33pm
Gov. Evers. Orders flags to half-staff in honor of 9/11 and State Day of Service and Remembrance.
1:37pm
The Arc Wisconsin. To co-chair Governor's new Task Force on Caregiving.
12:07pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Study: Evers, Barnes, & agencies failing to follow Walker on open government executive orders.
8:04am
Gov. Evers. Appoints Menomin Hawpetoss as Menominee County Register of Deeds.

1:03pm
WQOW. Conservative group faults Evers on public records.
4:27am
Fox 11. Gov. Evers look to remove stigma with mental health and suicide.

Legislative

2:34pm
Sen. Kooyenga. Statement on local option sales tax proposal.
1:15pm
Move Forward MKE. Milwaukee area elected officials and community leaders propose a new revenue solution to invest in our communities.
12:25pm
Sen. Kooyenga, Rep. Kulp. Introduce medical & health savings account exemption bill.

2:08pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Sales tax increase proposed in Milwaukee County.
4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Two years after authorization, no proposals on public high school for recovering addicts.
4:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Sports gambling inches closer to Wisconsin, but its legalization in the state is uncertain.
4:25am
Daily Reporter. State lawmakers urge Trump to reinstate federal PLA ban.

State Agencies

2:18pm
WHEDA. May yer Thao selected as Assistant Deputy Director.
2:07pm
AG Kaul. Joins 49 other attorneys general in Google multistate bipartisan antitrust investigation. 
12:26pm
DWD. September's guest on "On, Wisconsin Workforce": Governor Tony Evers.
12:16pm
DMA. 2019 Statewide 9-1-1 Telecommunications System Assessment report.
10:44am
DATCP. Comments requests on Avipel.
8:37am
Wisconsin State Journal. Commission overseeing state's largest road projects to reconvene after 5-year hiatus.
8:36am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DATCP delays new testing requirements for dogs after shelters voice concerns.

4:30am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin tribe opposes Superior gas plant, questions environmental review.

Economy/Business

4:32pm
Foxconn. Kicks off year two of Smart Cities Smart Futures competition.
11:14am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Wells Fargo is newest gold member.

4:41am
Bloomberg. A manufacturing recession could cost Trump a second term.
4:35am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Nestle to eliminate 126 jobs in Wisconsin.
4:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Enbridge Energy conducting surveys for potential reroute of Line 5 pipeline.
4:21am
WKOW. New study warns Wisconsin facing workforce housing shortage.

Statewide

12:04pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Brushing for two: Dental health tips for expecting mothers.
4:46am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. The battle against partian gerrymandering in Wisconsin progresses this summer.

4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Cases of lung disease linked to vaping surge across U.S.
4:27am
NBC News. Suicide rates are rising, especially in rural America.
4:20am
NBC 26. Proposed cuts to food stamps could affect thousands of Wisconsinites.

Courts

3:25pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. SEIU v. Robin Vos - order.
3:24pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. SEIU v. Robin Vos - order.

1:22pm
AP. The Latest: Google search is a focus in new antitrust probe.
12:33pm
The Hill. Purdue Pharma owners 'refused to budge' on demand they give up billions to settle opioid cases: report. 
4:26am
Courthouse News Service. Court likely to side with GOP in Wisconsin abortion case.
4:22am
WXOW. A purdue bankruptcy would make opioids cases even messier.

Education

4:38pm
UW System. Launches All in Wisconsin tour at UW-Parkside.
4:35pm
UW-Eau Claire. Moves up in U.S. News 2020 Best Colleges ranking.
3:19pm
Marquette University. Mental health counselor featured on list of Wisconsin's most powerful Latinos.
2:11pm
Edgewood College. Executive Speaker Series: Exploring perspectives on workplace culture.
12:05pm
Marquette University. Dr. Monica White, Rev. Dr. William Barber announced as keynote speakers for 2019 Summit on Poverty and SWIM Conference.
10:49am
UW-Stevens Point. Ranked among top 10 Midwest public universities.
10:47am
UW-Madison. Tiny capsules packed with gene-editing tools offer alternative to viral delivery of gene therapy.
10:46am
UW-Stout. University moves up in U.S. News & World Report rankings.
10:45am
UW-Stout. New for 2019-20: Dunnville stone fireplace focal point of new lounge.
9:20am
UW-Madison. Rises to 13th best public college in U.S. News & World Report rankings.

1:24pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Marquette University layoffs aimed at protecting against enrollment declines. 
4:24am
Waukesha Patch. District asking for 11 percent tax increase; Hearing planned.

Local

4:34pm
Kawaunee County. Drawing more summer holiday visitors.
2:35pm
Brown County Port & Resource Recovery Department. August best month yet for 2019 tonnage at Port of Green Bay.
11:09am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. And Dane County Parks Foundation President Bill Lunney announce first ever Dane County Parks Endowment grants.

4:28am
WTMJ. County supervisor makes another push to grow hemp to save domes.
4:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Drug overdose deaths continue to menace Milwaukee.

Congress

8:00am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Members travel to D.C. for fly-in. 

4:44am
Reuters. More Americans will die after Trump abruptly ends Afghan talks, Taliban say.
4:22am
The Hill. Congress faces sprint to avoid another shutdown.

Politics

8:02am
Petrowski for 29th Senate. Statement on decision regarding possible run for Congress - 7th District.

10:52am
U.S. News & World Report. Tiffany edges closer to run for Congress, 2 others bow out.
9:05am
WISC. 2 Wisconsin Republicans decide against runs for Congress.
4:34am
WAOW. Scott Walker says his 25-year-old son is interested in congressional bid.
4:34am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Scott Walker believes Biden will be Democratic nominee.

Friday September 6, 2019

Governor

2:05pm
Gov. Evers. Proclaims September Suicide Prevention Month.
11:12am
Gov. Evers. And state business leaders depart today for trade mission to Japan.

4:18am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Missy Hughes appointed new secretary and CEO of WEDC.

Legislative

12:01pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Right-wing legislators propose spending $500,000 a year on misinformation campaign targeting Wisconsin women.
11:06am
Rep. Oldenburg. Works to help expand broadband access in rural areas.
10:04am
Sen. Marklein. Column: Working with rural schools.
9:18am
Rep. Loudenbeck. Seeking First Responder of the Year.
4:36am
Joint Finance Committee Democrats. Introduce legislation to repeal lame duck laws and restore powers to the Attorney General.

4:32am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats propose repealing lame-duck requirements on legal settlements.
4:20am
WBAY. New bill aims to find and identify Wisconsin soldiers missing in action. CBS 58.

State Agencies

11:28am
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Statement on local transportation aids program.
11:09am
VFW. Department of Wisconsin support for the 115th Fighter Wing and the F-35 mission.
10:05am
OCI. Administrative Actions August 2019.

Economy/Business

9:25am
Bloomberg. U.S. job growth misses estimates in August with 130,000 increase. 
4:41am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn to build autonomous Briggo Coffee Hauses in Mount Pleasant.
4:33am
Reuters. Farm loan delinquencies surge in U.S. election battleground Wisconsin.
4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Slowdown in business formation poses economic risk.

Statewide

2:02pm
WAFCA. Welcomes new Associate Director Emily Coddington.
11:29am
Marshfield Clinic Health System. Marshfield Medical Center recognized as a Level II trauma center.
11:05am
Marshfield Clinic Health System. Names Chief  Administrative Officer for new Minocqua hospital.

Courts

11:59am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. SEIU v. Robin Vos - order.

Education

2:01pm
UW-Madison. Machine learning and its radical application to severe weather prediction.
11:32am
Marquette University. To co-host the Sickle Cell Empowerment Conference Sept. 7.
11:11am
UW-Madison. South Madison Partnership Community Celebration promises food, family fun.
11:04am
UW-Madison. Seeking basic info on "basement rocks."

11:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: UW-Madison among most affordable large public universities. 
4:19am
WJFW. Wisconsin wins federal grant to help disadvantaged students.

Local

3:07pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Henry Vilas Zoo earns official accreditaion from Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
2:04pm
Racine Mayor Mason. U.S. Cellular announced as a premier sponsor of Racine Smart Cities September Event Series.
2:00pm
Kewaunee County. Notifies residents of manure spill under DNR investigation.
9:19am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Mr. Mayor: Who in heaven's name is watching the store?

4:39am
WAOW. Local gun owners express frustrations with new store regulations. The Hill.
4:14am
WBAY. Grant money will get Kaukauna lift bridge operational for 2021.
4:11am
WISN. MCTS workers reject contract proposal, vote to go on strike.

Congress

4:24am
The Hill. House to vote on stopgap spending measure to prevent shutdown.
4:17am
Los Angeles Times. Trump administration gutted anti-terrorism programs. Bipartisan officials want an explanation.
4:15am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Backers say congressional plan would save traditional pensions for thousands in Wisconsin.
4:10am
Politico. Trump administration seeks major mortgage finance overhaul.

Politics

4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner's retirement could prompt crowded primary.
4:16am
WKOW. Majority Leader Fitzgerald among those considering run for Congress.
4:10am
U.S. News & World Report. Sun Belt or Rust Belt? Democrats search for path to power.
4:09am
Fox 6. 'I ain't going away:' Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner talks about his time in Congress, his future in politics.

Thursday September 5, 2019

Governor

2:52pm
Gov. Evers. Delivers Democratic Weekly Radio Address welcoming kids, educators back to school.
1:29pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Governor Evers' WEDC appointment.
12:14pm
Sen. Shilling. Applauds Hughes as WEDC pick.
10:52am
Gov. Evers. Announces appointment of Missy Hughes to serve as CEO of Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.

11:27am
WQOW. Evers taps Hughes as new WEDC secretary.

Legislative

4:47pm
Rep. Swearingen. Weekly Republican Radio Address: Governor Evers' Education Vetoes are Bad for Wisconsin!
4:42pm
Rep. Steineke. Funding for Kaukauna bridge approved.
3:58pm
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: Adoption task force brings hope.
3:31pm
One Wisconsin Now. From Vienna, Robin Vos vows to obstruct the people's business.
3:14pm
Wisconsin Dairy Alliance. President challenges idea that high nitrate levels in the state are caused by CAFO operations.
2:17pm
Rep. Subeck. Offers resolution designating September as "Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month." LRB-4038
2:04pm
Rep. Petryk. DNR announces deer testing and registration requirements for deer harvested in parts of Eau Claire, Dunn, and Pepin Counties.
12:14pm
One Wisconsin Institute. Right-wing legislators who want to outlaw abortion and birth control now targeting science.
10:49am
Sen. Marklein. Announces broadband expansion grant application now open.
4:12am
Joint Finance Committee Democrats. JFC Republicans cancel last-minute meeting in another display of lame duck dysfunction.

1:58pm
WISC. Wisconsin students would be required to learn cursive writing under new proposal.
12:30pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Democrats introduce bill to repeal laws curbing attorney general's power.
4:08am
Dunn County News. Dunn County shares concerns about water quality during Speaker's Task Force on Water Quality public hearing.
4:01am
Chippewa Herald. No progress in dispute between AG Kaul, Republican lawmakers.
4:01am
Baraboo News Republic. Rep. Considine proposes bill to aid farmers.
3:59am
Beloit Daily News. Bills aim to benefit farmers. 
3:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Legal standoff continues between attorney general, GOP lawmakers.
3:48am
WQOW. Bill proposes more regulation of "forever chemicals."
3:43am
WEAU. Finance committee OKs $1.5 million for tourism marketing.
3:39am
CBS 58. A dozen new laws to toughen drunk driving proposed in Madison.
3:37am
WKBT. Wisconsin Republicans renew fetal tissue research ban bill.
3:34am
WTMJ. Law enforcement, families plead for tougher drunken driving laws.

State Agencies

4:46pm
DOT. Announces criteria for $75 million local govenment grant program. 
2:18pm
Wisconsin Lottery. SuperCash! top prize won.
11:14am
DMA. Annual awards banquet to honor past and present Wisconsin National Guardsmen.
10:50am
DMA. Prepared, not scared - September is Preparedness Month in Wisconsin.

3:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin gets $17 million in federal money to fight opioid crisis. How it will be used.

Economy/Business

1:30pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on the release of second quarter 2019 FDIC numbers.
8:50am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Announces winners of 2019 Business Awards.
4:23am
Strauss Brands, City of Milwaukee. To build headquarters and processing facility at Century City. 
4:03am
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.

3:38am
Racine Journal Times. Louis Woo, a top Foxconn exec, stepping down to address 'some personal matters.'
3:33am
AP. U.S. farmers hope Trump delivers on trade deal with Japan.

Environment/Outdoors

3:42am
Chicago Tribune. 22 million pounds of plastics enter the Great Lakes each year. Most of the pollution pours into Lake Michigan.

Statewide

3:24pm
WMC. Gov. Evers proclaims September as Chamber of Commerce Month.
10:48am
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Great Lakes to continue high water level trend into the fall.
8:52am
Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association. Governor Evers proclaims September 2019 We Card Awareness" month.

8:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Property assessments up in Wisconsin, but construction lags.

Courts

10:46am
UW-Stout. New for 2019-20: Remodeled North Hall welcomes students.

Education

3:16pm
UW-Madison. New school sets emphasis on computing, data fields.
11:04am
Edgewood College. New telescope offers chance to bring art and science into focus.
10:48am
DPI. Wisconsin wins $35 million to help economically disadvantaged students attend college.

11:29am
WQOW. Student vaccination rates decreasing in Eau Claire County.
8:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Educator: There's a mass exodus, not shortage.

Local

3:16pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Weishan. Demands action to replace lead laterals.
11:25am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. Health Alert: Vaping linked to severe lung disease.
4:04am
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. 2020-2024 Capital Projects Plan invests in public safety, infrastructure; keeps taxes low.

3:33am
NBC 15. Opponents concern over open access line in Cardinal-Hickory Creek Project.

Congress

11:12am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Comments on Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner's retirement.

4:08am
Fox 11. Connect to Congress: Sen. Baldwin discusses gun reform and tariffs with Fox 11.
3:44am
Politico. Trump defends cash grab for border projects as lawmakers lash out.
3:41am
Wisconsin State Journal. Truax Field to lose $8 million for border wall project.
3:36am
La Crosse Tribune. Lamenting impact on farmers, Rep. Ron Kind calls for Trump to end trade war.
3:35am
WSAW. Kind calls for alternative trade war approach; Duffy defends tariffs.

Politics

3:31pm
Rep. Allen. Statement on the retirement of Congressman Sensenbrenner. 
12:15pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Statement on the retirement of Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner.
11:25am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Statement on Jim Sensenbrenner retirement.
10:53am
Sen. Craig. Statement on Rep. Sensenbrenner.
10:44am
WMC. Statement on U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner's retirement from Congress.
8:49am
WIN2020. Tommy Thompson says Joe Biden 'Without a Doubt' Democrats' best chance to WIN2020.
8:47am
RSLC. Launches major redistricting initiative for 2019-2020 election cycle.
4:10am
RPW. Statement on the retirement of Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner.

2:02pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Several Republicans already considering bid to replace Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner.
11:09am
U.S. News & World Report. Republicans eye running in 'crucial' Wisconsin district.
3:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Half the state hasn't heard of the most powerful lawmakers in Wisconsin, new poll finds.
3:56am
U.S. News & World Report. Veteran Wisconsin GOP Rep. Sensenbrenner says he'll retire. WISN. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
3:46am
Politico. Poll: Biden leads Trump by 9 points in Wisconsin. The Hill.
3:45am
CBS 58. Latest Marquette Law School Poll shows majority want gun laws changed.
3:38am
NBC 15. Pocan has simple advice for Democrats in 2020: Show up.

Wednesday September 4, 2019

Governor

2:34pm
Gov. Evers. Announces opening of the 2020 broadband expansion grant round.
12:17pm
Gov. Evers. Appoints three judges to Milwaukee-area courts.
7:54am
Gov. Evers. Signs Executive Order #43 recreating the Governor's Juvenile Justice Commission.

4:18am
WUWM. As school year begins, Evers says education funding 'headed in right direction.'

Legislative

4:25pm
AG Kaul. Statement on extraordinary session legislation.
3:18pm
Sen. Shilling. GOP bungling could cost Wisconsin taxpayers millions.
2:19pm
Rep. Nygren. Joint Committee on Finance approves increased funding for farmer mental health.
10:53am
Sen. Smith. Column: America is best when labor is strong.
10:45am
One Wisconsin Now. Questions swirl around state budget committee Republicans' hiring of lawyer/lobbyist at taxpayer expense.
9:41am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Testimony supporting the passage of AB-26.
8:07am
Rep. Brandtjen, Sen. Jacque. Introduce the Human Dignity Act.

2:52pm
WKOW. The Latest: Committee cancels lawsuit meeting with Kaul.
12:38pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lawmakers approve funding for farmer mental health program.
12:18pm
NBC 15. Kaul still not happy with settlement secrecy agreement.
7:56am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Republican lawmakers pushing another bill to target use of fetal tissue in research.
4:46am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill limiting PFAS use goes before Assembly committee.
4:44am
Wisconsin State Journal. Legislation proposed to help struggling Wisconsin farmers. WISC. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin legislators to try again after impasse on lame-duck laws and other settlements.
4:36am
U.S. News & World Report. Kaul, finance committee may discuss lawsuit settlements.
4:26am
Janesville Gazette. Spreitzer, Ringhand introduce bill to help farmers with student loans.
4:25am
WTMJ. Public hearing on 13 bills to toughen drunken driving laws. 

State Agencies

4:26pm
WHEDA. Matt Childress begins new role as Commercial Lending Product Manager.
3:10pm
DNR. Fall Wisconsin hunting and trapping forecasts available online.
2:33pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Members appointed.
1:40pm
DMA. Red Arrow soldiers adding history as Afghanistan deployment continues.
11:37am
DATCP. Equipment used for planting and harvest: Power-washing and diligence can save big headaches.
10:56am
DMA. Draft RFP released for ESInet.
10:55am
DHS. New funding will help rural health care providers.
4:39am
DNR. To implement mandatory CWD sampling and in-person registration for six townships in West Central Wisconsin during nine-day gun deer season.

4:31am
U.S. News & World Report. Conservation Congress asks DNR for wasting disease changes. WBAY.
4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR, conservation group push public education of chronic wasting disease.

Economy/Business

8:08am
WRA. Study finds severe workforce housing shortage across Wisconsin.

2:29pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin exports down $673 million through July. 
4:24am
WJFW. Marathon Co. dairy farmer struggles amid trade disputes, backs Pres. Trump.
4:20am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Company plans to build facility, bring 250 jobs to Century City in Milwaukee.

Statewide

4:28pm
Badger Institute. Why are Wisconsin's highways in the bottom third nationwide?
10:48am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Hires Hogseth for new watershed role.
8:29am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Wisconsin property values rise, new construction lags.

Courts

4:23am
Reuters. Exclusive: OxyContin maker prepares 'free-fall' bankruptcy as settlement talks stall.

Education

12:16pm
UW-Madison. University helps state growers cope with voracious, invading fruit fly.
12:15pm
UW-Stout. Quill weathervane atop Clock Tower removed as part of renovation.
10:48am
Edgewood College. Lecture: The Auschwitz Camp.

4:19am
WISC. UW-Platteville officials to accompany Gov. Evers on first trade mission trip to Japan.
4:18am
Spectrum News. Milwaukee Public School District searching for more teachers.
4:16am
CBS 58. Wisconsin health officials concerned over vaccine exemptions.

Local

4:27pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Residents losing faith in state's commitment to local government, local concerns.
2:32pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Lucas. Warns of social security telephone scam.
2:20pm
Milwaukee County Exec. Abele. Announces 110 computes will be donated to the House of Correction.
2:19pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Man charged in senseless road rage murder.
1:39pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. And MGE kick off expanded solar farm project at Dane County Regional Airport.
10:50am
Revelation Events. Rising need for corporate event planning sparks launch.
8:37am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Condemns Waukesha County Sheriff's decision to renew Wisconsin's only direct partnership with ICE.

1:50pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Coon Valley residents look for solutions as flooding becomes more frequent in driftless area. 
4:34am
WSAW. PFAS a concern in Marinette County.
4:32am
WISC. Sun Prairie approves anti-bullying ordinance, mayor casts tie-breaking vote.

Congress

2:53pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces nearly $12 million to continue fighting the opioid crisis in Wisconsin.

11:03am
AP. Trump administration announcing nearly $2B in opioid grants.
4:33am
Fox 11. Sen. Baldwin talks PFAS during meeting with Johnson Controls and DNR.
4:14am
AP. Pentagon sidelines 127 building projects to fund border wall.

Politics

5:25pm
Sensenbrenner for 5th Congress. Will retire at the end of the 116th Congress.
1:20pm
Marquette University. New Law School poll finds Biden leading Trump in head-to-head presidential match in Wisconsin.

2:48pm
Cap Times. Marquette Poll: Biden, Sanders lead Trump in head-to-head matchups in Wisconsin.
2:46pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin voters overwhelmingly support expanding background checks on firearm sales, poll shows. 
1:24pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump trails Democrats Biden and Sanders in newest Marquette poll of Wisconsin voters. 
1:22pm
WQOW. Trump's approval rating remains below 50% in Wisconsin.
1:21pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Poll finds Wisconsin respondents' faith in economy could be waning.
7:55am
The Hill. The 10 counties that will decide the 2020 election.

Tuesday September 3, 2019

Governor

11:57am
Gov. Evers. Welcomes students, educators, and staff back to school.
3:29am
Gov. Evers. Signs Executive Order #42, authorizes Wisconsin National Guard to aid with Hurricane Dorian response.

3:47am
WSAW. Gov. Evers authorizes Wis. National Guard to assist with Hurricane Dorian.
3:07am
WISN. 'If I was a parent, I'd be worried to death': Gov. Tony Evers on vaping.

Legislative

3:48pm
Rep. Steineke. Statement on Mark Hogan, WEDC.
12:40pm
Rep. Spreitzer, Sen. Ringhand Introduce bill to support beginning farmers.
12:40pm
Reps. Spreitzer, Ringhand. Introduce bill to support beginning farmers.
11:56am
Reps. Considine, Spreitzer, Vruwink. Bipartisan "Our Farms, Our Future" legislation announced. 
10:47am
Assembly Committee Republicans. Letter to WI Congressional Delegation regarding USMCA.
10:44am
Rep. Shankland. Tapped Infused Maple Syrup nominated for "Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin."
10:41am
Rep. Snyder. Announces hearing on Family First Prevention Services Act.
3:28am
Rep. Hebl. Column: As summer ends, a reminder of the importance of education.

11:59am
Fox 6. Proposals designed to help struggling Wisconsin farmers. 
8:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Bill would expand minority teacher loan program. 
8:00am
Racine Journal Times. Vos: An opportunity to 'have an impact' nationwide.
3:21am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin's hemp program could soon transition from pilot to permanent.
3:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. In era of split government, expect few major bills during fall session.
3:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lack of freight trains does damage to Wisconsin's rural roads, advocates say.

State Agencies

4:06pm
DHS. Receives $1.8 million grant to expand Maternal Mortality Review Team efforts. 
11:43am
DNR. Deer hunters encouraged to get deer tested for chronic wasting disease (CWD) and assist with surveillance efforts.
11:42am
DNR. And partners announce increased efforts to address CWD in Wisconsin.
10:54am
DOJ. Guilty verdicts in two violent firearms cases in Milwaukee County.
9:55am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - September 2019.
8:09am
DATCP. Does grandma know about DATCP?

3:13am
CNET. States brace for ransomware assaults on voter registries.
3:10am
Kenosha News. DOT defends 'blitz construction' on I-94; 4 lanes return in October.
3:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Travel Wisconsin looks to expand advertising into new markets.
3:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR Board moves toward shortening grouse season.

Economy/Business

2:36pm
Alliant Energy. Named a Top Utility in Economic Development.

8:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Organic Valley becomes completely reliant on renewable power.
3:26am
The Hill. Ethanol fight divides key groups in Trump's base.
3:23am
Beloit Daily News. Severe workforce shortage looms over local economy.
3:20am
WEAU. Local soybean farmer weighs in on trade war.
3:19am
Fortune. Wisconsin ginseng farmers had been exporting to China for a century. Then came the trade war.
3:06am
WKOW. Latest round of tariffs impacting shoppers.
3:04am
Wisconsin Watch. More homes in the crosshairs as Foxconn-related road projects proceed.
3:03am
Wisconsin Watch. 'Blight' declaration for Foxconn one of the largest ever seen, experts say.

Environment/Outdoors

3:03am
WAOW. Forest Co. dog killed by wolves as WI officials say gray wolf population seems stable.

Statewide

1:36pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Exports are not the answer: Economic analysis shows dairy exports have little impact on milk prices.
10:43am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Ebola, pandemics and avian flu: Worried yet? Learn more at Sept. 24 luncheon.
3:46am
Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women. Wisconsin women celebrating 100 years of women's right to vote.

Education

3:47pm
UW-Stout. Peer mentoring program connects first-year students to campus.
2:53pm
Marquette University. Wisconsin AG Josh Kaul to go 'On the Issues' Sept. 10.
2:39pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.  Study: Madison's low-income, minority students attend unsafe, failing schools.
1:39pm
UW-Whitewater. The way schools identify gifted students is inequitable, study finds.
12:59pm
UW-Madison. Videos, music on tablets boost moods of dementia patients and caregivers. 
10:56am
DPI. Stanford Taylor welcomes students back to school.
10:48am
UW-Platteville. Officials to accompany Gov. Evers to Japan.
10:17am
UW-Milwaukee. Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin gives $2.1 million for new training facility.

8:08am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 50,000 unvaccinated children head to Wisconsin schools as the U.S. copes with worst measles outbreak in 27 years.
3:09am
RiverTowns. UW-River Falls officials 'scratching our heads' over smaller freshmen classes.
3:07am
WISC. Rural Wisconsin schools getting mental health help by video.
3:01am
WBAY. DOJ grant continues to improve school safety throughout Wisconsin.

Local

3:50pm
Washington County Planning and Parks. Certain septic system owners will see change in maintenance requirements.
1:37pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Introduces 2020 Executive Capital Budget and Capital Improvement Plan.

8:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Citizens group wants to keep ATVs out of Northwoods town.
3:22am
Baraboo News Republic. Gun rights group threatens lawsuit to block ordinance requiring security cameras at Baraboo gun stores.

Congress

10:18am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces nearly $5.2 million in federal funding to reduce opioid overdoses in Wisconsin.

3:37am
AP. High-capacity magazines get new scrutiny as Congress returns.

Politics

12:01pm
WTMJ. State Sen. Lena Taylor announces mayoral run.
8:05am
Cap Times. Battle plans: Presidential campaigns are staffing up in Wisconsin to prepare for 2020.
3:16am
Business Insider. Trump's trade wars could cost him support among rural voters in the battleground states he barely won in 2016.

 

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