Tuesday October 16, 2018 - Updated 1:21pm

Governor

9:43am
Politico. Scott Walker, in fight for political life, slow-walks Medicaid work rules.

State Agencies

11:46am
DOR. Collections, First quarter FY2019.

4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Looking to treat and provide second chances, DOJ pilot program offers offenders rehab instead of jail.
4:21am
Fond du Lac Reporter. State 23 environmental impact study finds four-lane expressway needed.

Statewide

9:14am
ABC for Health. "WisCare 2019" unveiled. Report.

Courts

10:49am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Michele A. Tjader.
10:48am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Adam . Wiensch.
10:48am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Ryan P. Thompson.
4:41am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts seven new cases.

Education

11:45am
Herb Kohl Educational Foundation. Apply online for Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship.

4:17am
Beloit Daily News. Wisconsin releases school aid figures. Chippewa Herald. Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.

Local

4:15am
WAOW. Portage County to vote on wheel tax.

Congress

10:51am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Urging Trump administration to fully enforce "Made in USA" labeling standards.

4:14am
NBC 15. New bill tries to make giving to charity easier.
4:08am
CNBC. U.S. budget deficit expands to $779 billion in fiscal 2018 as spending surges.

Politics

1:21pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Wisconsin absentee voting off to strong start.
1:12pm
Evers for Governor. Statement on Walker calling pre-existing condition protections a distraction.
1:02pm
One Wisconsin Now. Roger Roth delivers for owners of professional sports franchise and foreign corporation, not Fox Valley workers.
12:33pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Yet another Democrat endorses.
12:32pm
RPW. Governor Scott Walker rolls out agenda investing in Wisconsin's priorities.
11:44am
Liegeois for 8th Congress. Continues to call on Mike Gallagher for two debates.
11:42am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker barnstorms the state in multi-day swing across western, northern, and central Wisconsin.
10:54am
One Wisconsin Now. NRA has spent $4.33 for every K-12 student in Wisconsin to buy Scott Walker.
9:48am
Edgewood High School. 2018 Wisconsin gubernatorial candidates' forum.
9:46am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. WATCH: Leah launches new ad on government-run healthcare 'Breathe.'
9:12am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker rolls out plans to restore two-thirds funding of education and continue reducing tax burden.
9:11am
Evers for Governor. WATCH: New Evers ad calls out Walker's failed record for Wisconsin.
4:43am
Wisconsin United to Amend. Money in politics tops list of voter concerns.
4:40am
Steil for 1st Congress. Raises $1 million in Q3.
4:40am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Why you should vote Nov. 6: Redistricting, for starters.
4:38am
Steil for 1st Congress. Catches up to Randy Bryce's cash on hand in less than six months.
4:37am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. 79 state legislative & two statewide candidates on 2018 ballot back ending partisan gerrymandering.

10:50am
U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin raises twice as much as Vukmir over quarter.
4:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: Evers' tax cut plan is a tax hike.
4:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Tony Evers says he'll protect coverage for pre-existing conditions while Walker won't.
4:19am
Sheboygan Press. Scott Walker plans to restore state commitment to fund two-thirds of school costs.
4:19am
Fox 6. Former governors Thompson, Sebelius join Walker, Evers on campaign trail. WBAY. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:16am
WXOW. The Latest: Evers promises to abide by climate accord.
4:13am
WKOW. Steil receives support from farmers in Southeast Wisconsin, talks tariffs and trade war.
4:12am
WKBT. La Crosse city clerks urge online registration as absentee voting begins.
4:12am
WQOW. WATCH: News 18's one-on-one interview with Gov. Scott Walker.

Monday October 15, 2018

Governor

10:18am
Gov. Walker. Proposes 58 percent state funding level for Wisconsin town roads.

Legislative

3:53pm
WMC. Sen. Marklein receives "Workding for Wisconsin" Award.
2:37pm
Sen. Vukmir. Receives 'Champion of Commerce' award.
1:38pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. WIS 23 expansion in Fond du Lac and Sheboygan County update.
1:35pm
Rep. Murphy. Receives technical colleges award.
9:44am
MMAC. Kooyenga named "Champion of Commerce."

State Agencies

4:35pm
DOA. State ends fiscal year with $588.5 million balance, grows rainy day fund to record-high $320.1 million.
12:19pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center awarded the 2018 Governor's Archives Award for Archival Innovation.
10:33am
DMA. Keep your home wireless network cyber secure.
10:17am
DOT. Information on obtaining an ID to vote in fall election.
8:50am
DOT. State Patrol recognizes officers heroism and commendable service.

Economy/Business

10:07am
Foxconn. Invites UW-Madison students, faculty, alumni and members of the public to Foxconn Day Technology Showcase & Career Fair.

4:54am
U.S. News & World Report. Foxconn subsidiary fined in connection with flooding.
4:33am
Bloomberg. Trump threatens another round of China tariffs.
4:33am
Reuters. Sears, once a retail titan, files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
4:19am
Racine Journal Times. Moving at 'Foxconn speed'; Foxconn hosts hiring event.

Statewide

2:36pm
AARP. Oregon man to receive AARP Wisconsin's top volunteer award.

4:31am
WKBT. CDC: Steady number of Wisconsin families pursue waivers to avoid vaccines.

Education

12:53pm
UW-Stout. Middle schoolers explore STEM fields at Stout Connects You.
10:19am
DPI. School districts receive certified general aid figures.
10:16am
Marquette University. Milwaukee redevelopment leaders go 'On the Issues' at Marquette Law School.

Local

4:36pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Statement regarding the resignation of County Clerk Novack.
4:34pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Three face charges in 128th Air Refueling Wing security breach.
3:11pm
Waukesha County Board. Seeking applicants to fill County Clerk seat.
3:10pm
Madison Metro Sewerage District. Mary Swanson confirmed as newest member of the MMSD Commission.
12:52pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 15 in Operation Drive Sober.
12:21pm
Waukesha County Clerk Novack. To resign after completion of the November 6, 2018 General Election.

4:24am
WXOW. Advocates warn against aging lock and dam system.
4:23am
Superior Telegram. Farm owner challenges moratorium.
4:23am
Baraboo News Republic. Sauk County Board to consider new referendum rule.
4:22am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County task force urges action on nitrate pollution in groundwater.

Congress

4:05pm
The Greater Give. New legislation encouraging charitable giving announced by Congressman Mark Pocan, 'The Greater Give.'

4:31am
The Hill. Disasters become big chunk of U.S. deficit.
4:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Trump: Separating families may deter migrants into U.S.

Politics

2:34pm
DPW. NEW POLL: Vukmir favorability deep underwater at -17.
1:37pm
RAGA. Schimel vs. Josh "AWOL" Kaul.
1:37pm
A Stronger Wisconsin. Launches new ad on Walker's failing to protect people with pre-existing conditions.
12:47pm
RPW. ICYMI: Gov. Scott Walker takes campaign to the Northwoods.
12:46pm
RPW. What voters are saying: Leah Vukmir will stand up for veterans.
12:45pm
RPW. Evers campaigns with Washington bureaucrat Kathleen Sebelius.
12:12pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Launches new television commercial, "Wisconsin," featuring the women who know Brad Schimel best.
11:42am
Hutton for 13th Assembly. VIDEO: Rob Hutton discussess importance of education and record funding for students in Wisconsin.
11:41am
Walker for Governor. Former Governor Tommy Thompson radio ad: Wisconsin is working under Scott Walker.
11:40am
RGA. Releases two new TV ads in Wisconsin governor's race.
10:51am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Nurse Leah Vukmir, taking charge.
10:33am
DPW. Vukmir defends gutting nursing home safety accountability.
10:31am
Steil for 1st Congress. Farmers back.
10:17am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Georgia and the fight to vote.
9:22am
Carthage College. Congressional candidate forum Oct. 23.
9:21am
Kaul for Attorney General. Releases television commercial: Better.
9:19am
DPW. REMINDER: Scott Walker's education cuts still hurt as much as ever.
8:22am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. NEW MICROSITE: TheDeciding.Vote outlines how leah Vukmir would cast the deciding health care repeal vote.
8:20am
RPW. Josh Kaul doesn't have the experience to be Wisconsin's Attorney General.
8:20am
Walker for Governor. Announces plans to restore two-thirds funding of education while continuing to reduce tax burden on Wisconsin.
5:34am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. TIMELINE: Get the full story of Tammy Baldwin and the Tomah VA.
5:33am
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. U.S. Senate candidates trade ideas in WBA Foundation debate.
5:32am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah takes Senator Baldwin to task on government-run healthcare.
5:30am
RPW. Too liberal for Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin shows far-left allegiances once again.
5:26am
Evers for Governor. Calls for 10% tax cut for middle-class families.
5:24am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Local Wisconsinites highlight Tammy Baldwin's victory in Wausau debate.
5:23am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Reaction to U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's debate win tonight.
5:03am
DPW. Vukmir again hides from reporters post-debate.
5:03am
DPW. On second Wisconsin U.S. Senate debate.

12:50pm
WKOW. Walker voices support for pre-existing condition coverage.
12:48pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker offers two-thirds state funding for schools, more money for town roads.
11:39am
U.S. News & World Report. 4 new ads land on both sides of Wisconsin governor's race.
10:09am
WQOW. Walker, like Evers, promises two-thirds funding for schools.
8:51am
DrydenWire. Gov. Walker chats with DrydenWire.com while touring NW Wisconsin.
8:49am
DrydenWire. Rep. Romaine Quinn and Ali Holzman debate live on Facebook.
5:02am
Chicago Tribune. GOP pins hopes for keeping Paul Ryan's Wisconsin seat on Ryan 2.0.
4:59am
Kenosha News. Q&A: Candidates for governor address the issues.
4:52am
U.S. News & World Report. Kaul goes on offensive in testy first AG debate.
4:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. As election nears, public campaign seeks to help voters meet state's photo ID requirement.
4:49am
Kenosha News. Evers, Barnes rally Kenosha County Democratic volunteers.
4:45am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Regional legislative Republicans mostly outdoing Democrats in raising cash.
4:38am
Appleton Post Crescent. Wisconsin Senate District 19: Roth, Snodgras discuss roads, Act 10, Foxconn.
4:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers proposes cutting middle class taxes 10 percent. U.S. News & World Report.
4:34am
USA Today. Exclusive: Paul Ryan to hit 12 states, campaign for 25 vulnerable GOP candidates in final election sprint.
4:32am
New York Times. Democrats want to beat Scott Walker. But the Wisconsin economy is a hurdle.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Brad Schimel, Josh Kaul meet in first attorney general debate.
4:28am
WBAY. Schimel, Kaul debate drugs, school safety and Foxconn.
4:28am
WQOW. Governor Walker defends credit for boosting public education.
4:27am
U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin, Vukmir debate about immigration, health care. WBAY.
4:25am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Some Wisconsinites will vote on marijuana legalization next month.
4:24am
WJFW. Walker stops in Northwoods to campaign.
4:21am
Chippewa Herald. With banana costumes anda bouncy houses, Democrats are hoping for young voter blue wave.
4:20am
Chippewa Herald. Foxconn deal drives a wedge between parties at Legislative Candidate Forum.

Friday October 12, 2018

Governor

9:33am
WMC. New correctional traning program will tackle labor shortage, recidivism.

Legislative

5:25pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on UW-Oshkosh plan to reduce faculty.
5:24pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Announces October in-district office hours.
3:26pm
Rep. Taylor. AG Schimel hostile to open government.
2:23pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Tauchen to receive "Friend of Grocers" Award.

State Agencies

2:24pm
DATCP. All Aldicarb use now banned in Wisconsin.
11:00am
WEDC. Zendesk establishes Midwest regional hub in Madison.
5:25am
DNR. Outdoor Report.

5:20am
Cap Times. Attorney General Brad Schimel establishes DOJ chaplain program led by Pentecostal minister.
5:17am
Portage Daily Register. DOA secretary: Columbia County can benefit from Foxconn.

Economy/Business

1:03pm
USDA. Issues farm safey net and conservation payments.

5:00am
USA Today. Stock market sell-off could signal turning point for bull market, as Dow plunges again.

Statewide

1:39pm
Marshfield Clinic Health System. Research Institute Epidemiologist Jim Donahue receives 2018 Sebold Fellowship.

4:56am
Chicago Tribune. The feds were watching, but unlicensed gun dealer was still able to sell Glock that killed Chicago police officer.

Courts

5:23pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Hears three cases in Sparta.

5:33am
WKOW. Jury awards $780,500 in transgender lawsuit. Wisconsin State Journal.

Education

3:25pm
UW-Platteville. Students honor alumni's legacy in the dairy industry.
1:37pm
UW-Madison. Science-A-Thon celebrates a day in the life of a scientist.
1:36pm
UW-River Falls. Wang Ping to speak about Kinship of Rivers project.

4:50am
Fox 11. UW-Oshkosh plans to reduce more faculty positions.

Local

4:55am
WQOW. Recycling businesses struggling around the country.
4:46am
WAOW. Oneida Co. residents to vote on mining referendum.

Congress

1:46pm
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Khanna. To lead colleagues in calling on the Trump administration to release intelligence on prior knowledge of Saudi plot to capture Jamal Khashoggi.
11:01am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Submits FOIA request regarding recent ICE raids in Wisconsin.
5:26am
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Opposes expansion of the sale of higher ethanol-blended fuel.

1:42pm
Reuters. Trump's ethanol plan: Hype now, legal fights later.
4:53am
WBAY. Immigrants using public aid could be denied permanent residency status under proposed rule.

Politics

5:24pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Four dozen Democratic, Republican and independent district attorneys endorse.
3:38pm
DPW. It's hard to overstate this: Leah Vukmir had an awful week.
3:24pm
Hartwig for State Treasurer. Democrat candidate promises to cut millions in funding for schools & libraries.
2:24pm
RAGA. Releases new Wisconsin TV ad: "Risk."
2:22pm
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Leah Vukmir caps horrible week by desperately defending killing an oral chemo bill.
1:32pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. ICYMI: Wisconsin State Senate named battleground chamber.
1:04pm
One Wisconsin Now. The NRA's $740,000 mistake about Tony Evers.
12:02pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Lt. Governor candidates on The Ideas Network.
11:56am
RPW. Dem AG candidate Josh Kaul pleaded down dangerous heroin dealers.
11:55am
RPW. ICYMI: Online liberal mob goes after Scott Walker after his father passes away.
11:54am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. New group plans to target Republican state Senate seats.
11:53am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. UNC/Harvard study proves Vukmir right on oral chemotherapy.
10:59am
RAGA. Brad Schimel says challenger Josh Kaul gave lenient sentences to heroin, crack dealers.
9:38am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorses Attorney General Brad Schimel.
9:37am
NextGen America. NextGen Wisconsin launches $270,000 ad campaign to motivate young voters in final push before November 6th.
9:35am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: "Tony Evers: You Just Can't Do That" ad shows Wisconsin farmer concerned about Evers' tax hikes, pleased with Walker's tax cuts.
9:31am
DPW. OOF: Another poll shows Leah Vukmir down 10+
5:28am
NextGen America. Launches $4 million ad campaign to motivate young voters in final push before November 6th.

2:26pm
U.S. News & World Report. NRA campaign ad mispronounces name of Walker opponent Evers.
12:04pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Medicare for all gains momentum as major Democratic election issue.
5:32am
CNBC. Gov. Scott Walker trails in re-election bid, while Sen. Tammy Baldwin has a big lead: NBC News/Marist poll. The Hill.
5:18am
Beloit Daily News. Assembly candidates state views at forum.
5:13am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Foxconn prompts disagreement at state legislative candidates' forum.
5:03am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Assembly election: Krug, Gorski starkly different on Act 10, school funding, Foxconn.
4:54am
WKBT. Senate candidate Vukmir meets with veterans in Tomah.
4:53am
WEAU. Candidates for Assembly, state Senate square off at forum.
4:52am
WFRV. Breaking down what Gov. Walker's Health Care Stability Plan does on January 1, 2019.
4:50am
WFRV. Caleb Frostman talks about November election.
4:49am
WISC. Coverage for pre-existing conditions: 'How is that not the highest priority for our government?'
4:46am
WXOW. Nicholson cuts ad in support of Vukmir in Senate race.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Democratic group targets overwhelmingly Wisconsin Republican legislative seats with $1 million as they hope for wave.
4:43am
Stevens Point Journal. Elections: Few details in Josh Kaul's plans to address rape kits, crime lab delays.

Thursday October 11, 2018

Governor

4:59pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Lauds Walker plan to grow workforce and reform cirminal justice system.
3:15pm
DPW. FACT CHECK: Premiums still rising in Wisconsin due to Walker's policies.
3:03pm
Gov. Walker. Growing our workforce: Gov. Walker announces plan to expand worker training within Wisconsin's correctional institutions.
2:49pm
Gov. Walker. Lowering the cost of health care: 2019 individual health insurance rates to drop by an average 4.2 percent thanks to Gov. Walker's Health Care Stability Plan.
2:48pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Scott Walker misleading voters with health care cost reduction claims.
4:23am
Gov. Walker. Issues executive order relating to Hurricane Michael. 

10:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker: Private market insurance rates to drop 4.2 percent.
4:06am
WKOW. Governor Walker issues executive order for hurricane help.

Legislative

2:20pm
Wisconsin Towns Association. Sen. Cowles receives Friend of Towns Award.
2:18pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Sen. Cowles to receive "Friend of Grocers" Award.
2:09pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Nygren to receive "Friend of Grocers" Award.
10:16am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic radio address: Could-be Lame Ducks call lame session.

State Agencies

12:22pm
WEDC. Students, educators have more opportunities for career exploration with launch of Inspire Wisconsin network.
10:17am
DOJ. DCI and Sturgeon Bay Police make arrest in 43 year old cold case.
9:37am
DMA. Wisconsin National Guard troops headed to Florida for Hurricane Michael relief.
4:31am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.
4:30am
DCF. Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse presents Outstanding Achievement in Domestic Abuse Issues awards.

10:30am
WEAU. Schimel's DOJ investigated employee who talked to reporter.

Economy/Business

2:19pm
WMC. Releases 2nd Manufacuturing Month video focusing on Wisconsin's supply chain.

10:55am
U.S. News & World Report. Months of anxiety for Wisconsin manufacturers amid trade war.
4:18am
Reuters. Trump trade war delivers farm boom in Brazil, gloom in Iowa.
4:12am
The Hill. Dow drops more than 800 points amid tech rout, interest rate fears.

Statewide

9:52am
Xcel Energy. Proposes program what allows customers to get energy exclusively from wind and solar. Info Sheet.

10:38am
USA Today. USPS proposes biggest stamp price hike since 1991.

Courts

10:15am
ACLU of Wisconsin. WI jury awards $780K to transgender women denied health care coverage.

Education

4:58pm
Marquette University. Marquette's Midnight Run celebrates 30 years.
2:17pm
UW-Stout. Video production major approved by Board of Regents.
2:11pm
UW-Madison. Red-hued yeasts hold clues to producing better biofuels.
12:38pm
UW_Madison. President's Oak lives on.
12:23pm
UW-Madison. Go Big Read author will share appreciation of, and concern for, Great Lakes.
10:20am
UW-Stout. Employer in Residence gives employers, students opportunity to talk about careers.
9:53am
UW-Madison. Tracking dragonflies, citizen scientists gain insight into Arboretum's wetlands.
9:05am
UW-Platteville. Alumni make Day of Giving a success.

Local

4:35am
WEAU. Chippewa County plans to increase staffing to address meth epidemic.
4:11am
WKBT. Opioid overdoses rising in La Crosse.
4:04am
WJFW. Facing a lack of volunteers, White Lake group gives up ambulance service; will rely on Antigo for service.
3:58am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Human Services costs concern Dunn County.

Congress

5:00pm
Kids Forward. Trump's proposed rule is a direct attack on immigrant families and their children.
4:32am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Assistant Secretary Collett visits Wisconsin Works Centers.

4:08am
Fox 11. Sen. Johnson talks NAFTA replacement, Kavanaugh confirmation in Connect to Congress.
3:56am
USA Today. Senate panel questions FBI Director Christopher Wray about Brett Kavanaugh, credibility.

Politics

3:42pm
Evers for Governor. VIDEO: Evers campaign releases behind the scenes footage of Ed Wall detailing secret meeting with Tommy Thompson.
2:23pm
One Wisconsin Now. Senate candidate Roger Roth touts 'independent voice' in campaigns ads, voted party line 98.9 percent of the time in most recent legislative session.
2:21pm
Evers for Governor. ICYMI: Tony promotes real solutions to rising prescription drug costs in WI.
2:10pm
RPW. Randy Bryce would eliminate Medicare as we know it.
2:08pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Campaign sets record straight, after Kaul campaign's sad lie.
12:25pm
Kaul for Attorney General. Brad Schimel withdraws from only debate outside of Milwaukee or Madison.
12:21pm
RPW. In the News: Tony Evers will raise taxes on Wisconsin families and job creators, Scott Walker will continue fighting for you.
12:20pm
RPW. What they're saying: Vice President Pence visits Wisconsin to support our state's comeback.
12:19pm
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. NEW AD: Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions outline the clear choice between Tammy Baldwin and Leah Vukmir.
10:28am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker is the NRA's $4 million man.
10:19am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: State lawmaker and two-time cancer survivor in new statewide TV ad: Walker leads while Evers spreads lies.
9:55am
DPW. NEW REPORT: Vukmir sold out WI seniors and future retirees.
9:06am
Steil for 1st Congress. U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorses.
4:24am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. What you need to know about the November 6th Midterm Election.

10:31am
U.S. News & World Report. Cancer survivor, lawmaker defends Walker's record.
10:24am
The Hill. Democrats aim for big gains in state legislatures.
4:17am
NBC 15. Latest poll numbers spur campaigns to target young voters, independents.
4:16am
WSAW. Political tenure, agriculture, health care, veterans, and bipartisanship, 7 Investigates profiles the District 3 Congressional race.
4:15am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Elections: Kind, Toft agree divisiveness needs to end, disagree on almost everything else. 
4:13am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Poll suggests voters agree with Scott Walker on some taxes, differ with him on others.
4:13am
Daily Reporter. In toss-up governor's race, crumbling roads unpopular, but so are taxes.
4:09am
WFRV. Wisconsin Democrats respond to Vice President Pence's visit to Green Bay.
4:07am
WISC. Attorney general candidates, supporters talk about school safety, rape kits.
4:05am
WJFW. Tony Evers pushes for affordable prescriptions at stop in Wausau.
4:03am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Vice President Mike Pence supports Walker, Vukmir at rallies in Green Bay, Eau Claire.
4:02am
Sheboygan Press. Wisconsin Broadcasters Association chair-elect Nancy Douglass resigns amid criticism over attack ad targeting Randy Bryce as a 'deadbeat.'
4:00am
Cap Times. Marquette Poll: Tammy Baldwin holds 10-point lead over Leah Vukmir in Senate race.
4:00am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Vice president tells Eau Claire area crowd Scott Walker is one of best governors in America. Chippewa Herald.
3:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Freshman Congressman Mike Gallagher faces first re-election bid.
3:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Unable to repeal the ACA, Republicans take their fight to the courts.
3:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Dark store 'loophole' fight coming to West Milwaukee.
3:54am
USA Today. Out-of-state donors pour cash into campaigns of Democrats across the country.

Wednesday October 10, 2018

Legislative

9:03am
Daily Reporter. With record referendum spending possible in 2018, regulatory fight brewing.
4:28am
WQOW. Chippewa County Board asks for more pay for public defenders.

State Agencies

2:45pm
Wisconsin Lottery. $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Fond du Lac.
1:31pm
DHS. #HopeActLiveWI: Wisconsin awarded nearly $3 million to combat opioid epidemic.

1:29pm
Cap Times. Morale 'extremely bad and sinking' at DOJ, say ex-and current employees, citing management, partisanship and pay.

Economy/Business

4:48am
Fox 11. Newest Marinette Marine LCS to be named after southern Wisconsin city.
4:32am
NBC 15. Wisconsin farmers have high hopes with first hemp harvest.
4:27am
Reuters. U.S. Agriculture's Perdue says farmer aid could be less than first estimated.
4:26am
Racine Journal Times. Walgreens cutting some employee benefits.
4:25am
U.S. News & World Report. Market forces put America's recycling industry in the dumps.

Environment/Outdoors

4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Plan would pay hunters to shoot more deer with CWD.

Statewide

4:42pm
One Wisconsin Now. Reaction to WBA Board chair-elect's resignation.
4:41pm
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. Douglass resigns from WBA Board.

4:25am
WSAW. FDA approves first drug with CBD.

Courts

4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Red Cliff files federal lawsuit against Bayfield County.

Education

1:19pm
MPS. Community conversations on school culture.
1:16pm
UW-Stout. Alumni remember K-9s who served with them in Korean War.
4:54am
MPS. Board names Dr. Posley MPS Superintendent.

4:40pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Northwestern Mutual's Schlifske calls for schools of all types to unite around quality education.

Local

3:39pm
Take Back My Meds Milwaukee. Aurora Health Care, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers and Fund for Lake Michigan team up to dispose of unused medicine.
12:07pm
Outagamie County Exec. Nelson. Statement on Expera sale.
9:46am
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Michael Rosen, Calvin Shields, Jr. named winners of the 2018 Fank P. Zeidler Public Service Award.

1:34pm
Appleton Post Crescent. Expera sale to Ahlstrom-Munksjo now complete in Kaukauna.
4:43am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County budget includes new approach to road funding.
4:33am
Appleton Post Crescent. Outagamie County unlikely to get Brown County support for lowering I-41 speed limit.

Congress

3:29pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on attempt to remove individual choice in health care.
2:37pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Senate passes water infrastructure bill that includes Baldwin's reforms.
1:20pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement after the Senate voted 50-50 on the Trump administration's expansion of junk insurance plans that can deny coverage to people with pre-existing conditions.
1:18pm
Congressional Progressive Caucus. Statement demanding removal ov CFPB fair lending chief.
12:08pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Bad bill today keeps doctors away.

1:38pm
The Hill. Senate defeats measure to overturn Trump expansion of non-ObamaCare plans.
9:42am
The Hill. Dems to force health care vote weeks before Nov. midterms.
4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump administration threatens veto as Tammy Baldwin pushes to overturn rule on health coverage.
4:35am
La Crosse Tribune. In boon for farmers, Trump lifts restrictions on ethanol.

Politics

2:36pm
DPW. Pence boosts Vukmir to gut pre-existing condition coverage.
1:33pm
One Wisconsin Now. Republicans pick Republican Walker.
1:25pm
Marquette University. New Marquette Law School Poll finds tight race for Wisconsin governor, Baldwin leading in Senate contest.
1:24pm
Walker for Governor. Governor Walker and Vice President Pence campaign together in Wisconsin.
1:22pm
DAV Wisconsin. Baldwin, Vukmir to address veterans issues at DAV WI Fall Conference.
12:20pm
RPW. Vice President Pence to visit and support the Wisconsin comeback.
12:19pm
RPW. VIDEO: Glenn Grothman highlights work fighting the opioid epidemic in ad.
11:32am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker takes case against Evers' gas tax increases to gas pump screens across the state.
10:53am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin calls Wisconsinites' choices to buy affordable health insurance 'junk.'
10:45am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Outside electioneering activities top $13 million, led by GOP groups.
10:39am
Evers for Governor. WATCH: With Pence in Wisconsin, Tony Evers, again, challenges Scott Walker to drop his lawsuit threatening pre-existing condition protections.
10:23am
Steil for 1st Congress. Veterans back.
9:06am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Campaign releases ad featuring Wisconsin farmer contrasting Scott Walker's lower taxes with Tony Evers' plans to raise taxes on family farms.
9:05am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah releases new TV ad hitting Baldwin on Tomah VA scandal.
4:54am
RPW. Evers plans to increase gas tax by as much as $1 per gallon.

3:23pm
U.S. News & World Report. Pence raises money for Walker in tight race against Evers.
1:35pm
Marshfield News Herald. Scott Walker and Tony Evers in toss-up for governor while Tammy Baldwin holds lead over Leah Vukmir in U.S. Senate.
1:27pm
Wisconsin State Journal. New Marquette poll finds Scott Walker, Tony Evers in statistical tie in governor's race.
10:25am
WISC. Incoming broadcasting head cuts ad critical of Democrat.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker warns against eliminating business tax credit.
4:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's 1st Senate District to see special election re-match in November.
4:34am
Cap Times. Seven highlights from the first debate in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race.
4:31am
WKOW. Walker highlights tax break for manufacturers and ag, while opponent wants repeal.
4:30am
WISC. Walker, Evers explain plans for job creation, economic development in Wisconsin.
4:29am
NBC 26. Vice President to campaign for Governor Walker in Green Bay.
4:29am
WEAU. Wisconsin State Treasurer candidates discuss student loan debt.

Tuesday October 9, 2018

Governor

12:40pm
Gov. Walker. Highlights state's growing economy and the continued commitment from Wisconsin businesses.

Legislative

12:39pm
Friends of Wisconsin State Parks. Sen. Cowles named Legislator of the Year.
10:47am
REALTORS Association of Northeast Wisconsin. Advocates for Kimberly-Clark incentive package.

State Agencies

3:10pm
WEDC. Wisconsin manufacturers invited to supply chain readiness workshop in Milwaukee.
2:09pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Mega Millions at $470 million for tonight.
1:33pm
DNR. Weekly news.

Economy/Business

1:32pm
WMC. And Johnson Financial Group announces Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin winner.
10:39am
Foxconn. Issues request for proposal to convert downtown Racine location into Smart City co-working innovation space.

11:15am
Reuters. Trump repeats threat of more tariffs if China retaliates on trade.
3:38am
WJFW. Oversupply of cranberries leads USDA to issue order to farmers.

Statewide

4:22pm
One Wisconsin Now. Incoming Wisconsin Broadcasters Board Chair featured in Paul Ryan super PAC ad attacking Wisconsin Democrat Randy Bryce.
10:45am
Security Health Plan. Approved to sell on Health Insurance Marketplace.
10:44am
PDPW. Prepare for media interviews at leadership workshop.

Education

3:11pm
Marquette University. Indianapolis Star editor to discuss 'Exposing Larry Nassar' at Marquette's annual Burleigh Media Ethics Lecture.
11:41am
UW-Stout. Record amount in scholarships awarded to 420 students.

3:42am
Marshfield News Herald. At 100 Wisconsin schools, most seniors miss chance for college aid through FAFSA.

Local

2:28pm
Brown County Port & Resource Department. Tonnage at the Port of Green Bay continues upward trend in September.
10:40am
City of Madison. Popularity of e-cigarettes and JUUL increasing among local teens.

3:47am
WEAU. Concerns raised over potential Chippewa County white frac sand mine. WQOW.
3:41am
Cap Times. A return of flooding in Madison possible with rain expected through Wednesday.
3:37am
Racine Journal Times. 16 counties, including Racine, to have referendums on marijuana on Nov. 6.
3:35am
WSAW. Legalizing medical marijuana; Lincoln Co. voters attend panel discussion ahead of resolution vote.
3:31am
Fox 11. Green Bay considering weaker penalties for marijuana possession.
3:31am
WISC. Experts look at ways to improve lake levels after historic flooding.
3:29am
WISN. Racine County supervisor confident voters will support recreational, medicinal marijuana.

Congress

4:46pm
Wisconsin BioFuels Association. Welcomes President Trump's decision on renewable fuels.
11:08am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces the USS Beloit, newest Littoral Combat Ship honors made in Wisconsin manufacturing.
8:54am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Files discharge petition to force Senate vote on overturning Trump administration's expansion of junk insurance plans.

10:49am
CNBC. Nikki Haley will resign as Trump's UN ambassador at the end of the year.
3:40am
The Hill. White House announces plan to expand ethanol use linked to increased pollution.
3:32am
WEAU. WI senators comment on USMCA trade agreement.

Politics

3:40pm
Liegeois for 8th Congress. Calls for two debates against opponent.
2:39pm
RPW. Tammy Baldwin is too liberal for Wisconsin.
2:05pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Vukmir makes alternate reality claim that pre-existing condition discrmination was never a problem.
2:03pm
Marklein for 17th Senate. 109 local leaders endorse.
12:55pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Announces six-figure investment to bolster champions in key Senate races.
11:56am
RSLC. New television ad exposes Snodgrass's liberal activism in times of tragedy.
11:11am
DPW. Walker's Rx record: Higher costs and less coverage for Wisconsin seniors.
11:10am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Releases second TV ad: "Healthcare."
11:06am
Godlewski for State Treasurer. Will be fiscal watchdog for our students and families affected by the student loan debt crisis.
10:43am
Walker for Governor. Playing at a gas station near you: "Tony's pain at the pump."
10:42am
One Wisconsin Now. WMC putting on pre-election corporate special interest pep rally for Gov. Scott Walker.
9:06am
Sieber for 88th Assembly. Tavern League of Wisconsin endorses.
8:55am
Evers for Governor. WATCH: New Evers ad focus on plan to lower the cost of healthcare & prescription drugs.
8:52am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah forces Baldwin to defend her inaction at Tomah, vote against Kavanaugh and BaldwinCare.
4:21am
RPW. Leah Vukmir is the right choice to take our Wisconsin Way to Washington.
4:19am
NextGen America. NextGen Wisconsin calls out Leah Vukmir after debate.
4:17am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. WATCH: On Baldwin and Tomah VA. #MeToo movement. Government doesn't create jobs. Closing statement.
4:15am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah holds Baldwin's feet to the fire on Tomah and her extreme positions.
4:14am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. STATEMENT: Reaction to U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin's decisive victory in tonight's debate.
4:13am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Longtime Wisconsin Democrat aide says Baldwin was at fault for Tomah.
4:13am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. VA whistleblower says it's immoral to vote for Tammy Baldwin.
4:12am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Only Tammy knew about Tomah and could've acted to help our veterans.
4:11am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. DEBATE FACT CHECK: Kavanaugh meeting requests. Vukmir's tax record. Veterans' health care.
4:05am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah PROUDLY supports Justice Kavanaugh.
4:04am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. DEBATE HIGHLIGHT: Leah Vukmir opposed oral chemo coverage.
4:04am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Senator Baldwin fundraised in the Hamptons with liberals who want to abolish ICE.
4:03am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. DEBATE FACT CHECK: Leah Vukmir's false attacks on Tammy Baldwin's push to keep families together.
4:02am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. DEBATE FACT CHECK: Leah Vukmir pushes to go backwards on health care.
4:00am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah Vukmir: A stronger border for a great America.
3:59am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. GOP Senate candidate Leah Vukmir says she supports coverage of pre-existing conditions.
3:58am
DPW. On first Wisconsin U.S. Senate debate.
3:57am
RPW. Tony Evers would raise taxes - but by how much?

1:14pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: Preserving manufacturing, agriculture tax breaks key.
1:13pm
WEAU. Pence to campaign for Walker in trip to Eau Claire area.
1:09pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker taking gas tax argument to voters at the pumps.
1:08pm
U.S. News & World Report. Kimberly-Clark lobbyist, wife gave Republicans $4k.
8:56am
Racine Journal Times. Former Burlington alderman takes on Vos in race for 63rd Assembly District.
3:48am
Governing. A month before election day, Democrats poised for legislative gains.
3:47am
Fox 6. Speaker Ryan says 'big fight' coming over border wall after election.
3:46am
WBAY. Voters to be asked to close dark store loophole in November.
3:45am
WXOW. Kind, Toft discuss Kavanaugh confirmation process.
3:44am
The Hill. Ryan: GOP base 'activated' and 'animated' by Kavanaugh fight.
3:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. National spotlight falls on race to fill Paul Ryan's congressional seat.
3:43am
Stevens Point Journal. Glenn Grothman and Dan Kohl battle over who's the real politician in Wisconsin congressional race.
3:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Local governments put so-called 'dark store' loophole before voters this fall.
3:34am
Fox 6. 'It's not right:' Elected officials urge candidates for governor to close tax loopholes.
3:30am
WKOW. Ryan on return to politics: "Never say never."
3:28am
U.S. News & World Report. Vukmir, Baldwin clash in sometimes combative first debate. CBS 58.
3:26am
Sheboygan Press. Tony Evers proposes to fine pharmaceutical companies over 'excessive' price increases, expand SeniorCare.

Monday October 8, 2018

Governor

2:20pm
Gov. Walker. Orders flags to half-staff for Wisconsin Firefighters Memorial Day.
4:25am
Gov. Walker. Attends 52nd Annual World Dairy Expo in Madison.

4:16am
WJFW. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker announces death of his father.

Budget

8:51am
Badger Institute. Federal government slowly taking over state budget, policy-making and workforce.

Legislative

4:50am
Superior Telegram. Panel wants property assessment loopholes closed.
4:46am
U.S. News & World Report. Memo: Local levies drive up Wisconsin property taxes.

State Agencies

4:34pm
DOJ. Awarded $2.2 million for its work supporting mental health and school safety; AG Schimel announces $21.3 million in additional local school safety grant funding to 263 schools and school districts.
2:02pm
WEDC. Wisconsin school districts encouraged to apply for Fab Labs Grants.
12:58pm
DMA. Practice good cyber hygiene with your online accounts.
10:01am
OCI Commissioner Nickel. Reminds drivers deer season has arrived.
9:58am
OCI. Administrative Actions September 2018.
9:55am
AG Schimel. Holds sexual assault response training at UW-La Crosse.

5:06am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin prison officials in one year investigated 132 claims of staff sexually abusing or harassing inmates. 
4:13am
Green Bay Press Gazette. Outagamie County officials: It's time to ask state to lower I-41 speed limit to 55.

Economy/Business

10:06am
NC Paper. Announces capital upgrades at Wisconsin and Maine pulp and paper mills.

4:55am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Nearly 1,000 Foxconn jobs in state will be located outside Mount Pleasant site.
4:53am
Milwaukee Biz Times. With tariffs pushing price increases, some CEOs express concerns.
4:16am
WAOW. Foxconn schedules 5 hiring fairs in a month across Wisconsin.

Statewide

4:43am
Wisconsin Watch. Asian restaurants and Chicago employment agencies accused of exploiting Latino workers in Midwest.

4:15am
Washington Post. The world has just over a decade to get climate change under control, U.N. scientists say.

Courts

4:29am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calendar and case synopses - October 2018.

5:00am
Racine Journal Times. Two more landowners pull out of federal lawsuit against Foxconn.

Education

3:07pm
UW-Stout. Alumnus brings experiential learning project to communication students.
12:59pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & liberty. Evidence mounting that Act 10 is improving K-12 education.
12:36pm
UW-Stout. Wisconsin sovereign tribal flags to be installed at student center.
8:52am
UW-River Falls. Senior BFA exhibition.

4:46am
Stevens Point Journal. Lowest enrollment in years leaves UWSP with $5.2 million shortfall. Here's what it means.

Local

2:21pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Announces appointment of City Traffic Engineer.
12:28pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Eminent domain actions filed against Mt. Pleasant residents without village board knowledge or approval.
11:35am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 8 in Operation Drive Sober.
11:34am
City of Madison. Wisconsin Well Woman Program offers free breast cancer screenings.
5:15am
African American Civic-Engagement Roundtable. Are Fire and Police Commissioners and nominees not allowed to state the facts or their opinions about the Milwaukee Police Department?
4:26am
Sun Prairie BID. Presents 12th annual Downtown Fall Festival!

Congress

9:57am
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Comdemns Senate confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh.
5:13am
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. With Kavanaugh confirmation, victim advocates see all too familiar pattern.
4:37am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
4:35am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Statement on Kavanaugh's confirmation.
4:32am
RPW. Statement on the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
4:31am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Discusses Judge Kavanaugh's nomination ahead of Senate vote on MSNBC.

5:16am
WBAY. Farm Bill expires; Wisconsin senators expect decisions soon.
4:54am
Politico. Kavanaugh wins confirmation to the Supreme Court.
4:14am
The Hill. The winners and losers of the Supreme Court fight.

Politics

3:09pm
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Scott Walker lays out record of helping families make ends meet to move Wisconsin forward, not backward.
3:07pm
Evers for Governor. Announces plan to lower prescription drug costs.
2:05pm
Intergovernmental Cooperation Council. Letter to gubernatorial candidates: Close loopholes that harm residential property taxpayers.
12:37pm
RPW. Vukmir: "Kavanaugh madness echoes time when Democrats tried to take over my state."
12:29pm
One Wisconsin Now. Brad Schimel's pipeline to campaign cash.
11:08am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Ahead of first debate, Vukmir under fire for record of selling out Wisconsin.
10:00am
Kaul for Attorney General. Launches new video: Families.
9:59am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Memo on Senate debate with Senator Baldwin and Leah Vukmir.
9:58am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Responds to false Kohl ad.
9:06am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Leah calls on Baldwin to tell NFL players to stand during the national anthem.
8:56am
Grover for 92nd Assembly. Announces digital ad - "Grover for Assembly."
8:55am
Szerlong for 43rd Assembly. Announces meet and greet.
8:54am
Loudenbeck for 31st Assembly. Announces WI Farm Bureau endorsement.
8:48am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Record-breaking grassroots fundraising continues ahead of home stretch of campaign.
5:12am
RPW. Gov. Walker makes WISGOP's 3 millionth voter contact phone call in 2018 election cycle.
4:38am
Flynn for 84th Assembly. Seeks forum with opponent before election.
4:34am
DPW. Vukmir's record of working for insurance companies.
4:33am
DPW. So, Leah Vukmir wants to be on the HELP Committee.
4:23am
Kurtz for 50th Assembly. Earns Volunteers for Agriculture endorsement.

10:04am
U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin campaign says it raised $6 million in third quarter.
10:03am
Wisconsin State Journal. Advocates hope November referendums will spark Wisconsin's debate on legalizing pot.
8:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP voters not as unified in support of Trump and Walker as Democrats are against them.
4:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker would welcome Trump during hardest gubernatorial race.
4:19am
WQOW. Tony Evers touched down in Eau Claire for his Canvass Kickoff.
4:12am
La Crosse Tribune. Gov. Scott Walker: Re-election will be tougher than recall. WXOW.
4:10am
Reedsburg Times-Press. 50th Assembly candidate Kurtz settles with ethics commission over reporting errors.

Friday October 5, 2018

Governor

1:23pm
Gov. Walker. Kicks off WMC Foundation's 2018 State of Wisconsin Manufacturing Tour at Rockwell Automation.
10:35am
Gov. Walker.  Celebrates Manufacturing Day at Automation Components in Middleton.
4:59am
Gov. Walker. Requests federal disaster aid for 18 Wisconsin counties following severe storms and flooding in August and September.

1:19pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: No recollection of scuttling independent review of troubled youth prison.
4:31am
WISC. FEMA review estimates $32.7M in flood damages; Walker requests federal disaster declaration.
4:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker says he'll reintroduce rule to slow CWD.

Legislative

11:03am
Rep. Hintz. Property taxes on the rise in Wisconsin.
10:45am
LAB. Report 18-10: Department of Employee Trust Funds. Briefing Sheet.
10:32am
Sen. Shilling. Property taxes increase under Walker.
5:00am
Sen. Johnson. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: Photo ID for Voting Law Reminder.

4:33am
WQOW. Assembly seeks to intervene in redistricting case.

State Agencies

1:33pm
DOR. Merrimac man charged with filing flase income tax returns.
10:46am
DATCP. Considering layaway to purchase a gift? Read the terms.
10:38am
DNR. Help DNR staff monitor Wisconsin's wolf population - become a volunteer wolf carnivore tracker.
10:29am
DNR. Outdoor Report. 
4:57am
First Lady Walker. Awards Wisconsin Hero Award to Ann and Chris Swain of Mequon.

4:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Former WERC lawyer sues commissioner, alleges layoff due to politics, gender.
4:50am
Fox 11. New rule lets returning veterans exchange military CDL for commercial CDL.

Economy/Business

1:44pm
Midwest Food Products Association. Food manufacturers feed economic growth, celebrate October as Manufacturing Month.
1:39pm
Foxconn. Hosts hiring fairs to interview and recruit candidates for job opportunities in Wisconsin.

4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Texas sand, pipeline constraints dog Wisconsin frac mines.

Environment/Outdoors

4:25am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Study: Wind power could fuel threat to climate.

Statewide

10:36am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Southeast Wisconsin's property tax collections growing more slowly than property values.

4:32am
WKBT. Poll: Young Americans say online bullying a serious problem.

Education

2:50pm
Marquette University. Marquette Law School National Sports Law Institute conference to examine issues including athletes' rights, esports.
1:26pm
UW-River Falls. UW System Board of Regents approve mission statement change.
10:58am
UW System. More than 900 UW System students to receive need-based grants from the Fund for Wisconsin Scholars.
10:56am
UW-River Falls. Internationally recognized animal behaviorist to speak.
10:50am
League of Women Voters of the Stevens Point Area. Supports school referendum.

Local

3:00pm
Village of Mount Pleasant. Village settles disputes with two more property owners previously part of federal lawsuit.
5:01am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Mayor signs regressive parking meter tax legislation.
4:53am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Madison and history.

4:29am
WAOW. Local concerns about 5G cell nodes.
4:29am
Baraboo News Republic. Gerrymandering lawsuit plaintiff supports Sauk County referendum.
4:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Northern Wisconsin counties exploring local control of deer farms.

Congress

4:51am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination.

4:48am
The Hill. Senate passes key cyber bill cementing cybersecurity agency at DHS.
4:34am
Politico. GOP leaders all but guarantee Kavanaugh confirmation.
4:32am
Fox 11. Wisconsin senators react to Kavanaugh FBI report.
4:30am
WISC. 18 UW-Madison Law School professors sign petition declaring Senate should not confirm Kavanaugh.

Politics

1:48pm
DPW. Vukmir silent on skipping opioid task force meetings.
11:05am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin ripped over double standard as Ellison abuse issue crosses into Wisconsin Senate race.
10:52am
DPW. FACT CHECK: Howard Marklein voted to give billions to Foxconn while shorting our roads and schools.
10:41am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker travels the state to highlight Wisconsin's comeback during Manufacturing Month.

4:47am
La Crosse Tribune. AG challenger Kaul lays out positions on lawsuits.
4:35am
WSAW. 85th Assembly candidates discuss the issues.
4:24am
Cap Times. In the wake of Kavanaugh, who owns the Wisconsin voter enthusiasm edge?
4:23am
Appleton Post Crescent. Gov. Scott Walker says he wants to grow workforce development in his third term.

Thursday October 4, 2018

Governor

2:59pm
Gov. Walker. Total Administrative Services Corp. expands operations in Madison.
11:22am
Gov. Walker. Lavelle Industries expanding operations in Burlington, Whitewater.

Legislative

3:52pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Sen. Tiffany to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.
3:31pm
Reps. Sargent, Taylor. After criticizing sexual assault survivors, Schimel suddenly positive about policies he's failed to push.
3:03pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Krug to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.
2:58pm
Wisconsin Grocers Association. Rep. Spiros to receive "Friend of Grocers" award.
2:56pm
DPW. Republican opposition to Kimberly-Clark bill intensifies.
2:12pm
Rep. Hebl. Column: Wisconsin transportation woes continue.
2:09pm
Wisconsin Towns Association. Senator Olsen receives Friend of Towns Award.
10:45am
Fox Cities Chamber, Fox Cities Regional Partnership. Call for state incentives to retain Kimberly-Clark's Cold Springs facility.

4:19am
WJFW. Regulation stopping deer carcasses from being taken out of CWD affected counties revoked.

State Agencies

3:53pm
Wisconsin Assisted Living Association. Supports AG Brad Schimel and the Task Force on Elder Abuse recommendations.
3:38pm
DOT. Gov. Walker announces fast-track CDL for millitary to get civilian trucking career rolling.
2:11pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Recognized for responsible gaming advertising.
1:04pm
Legal Action of Wisconsin. Statement regarding AG Schimel's Task Force on Elder Abuse.
11:23am
DOT. Gov. Walker announces more than $118 million in payments to local governments.
11:21am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Sand mine owner and GOP donor gets no fine from DNR for spill.
10:46am
DATCP. Apple 'Crunch,' chili lunch highlight National Farm to the School Month activities.

2:22pm
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel wants new rape kits sent to state in 72 hours.
2:21pm
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Wisconsin Medicaid program paid nearly $600,000 for care of people already dead.
4:40am
WSAW. Schimel: Former DOC's leader's 'poor record keeping' part of reason why DOJ Lincoln Hills' investigation took 5 months.
4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. DNR: No citation for sand mine that spilled 10M gallons of wastewater during rescue.

Economy/Business

4:24am
WQOW. U.S.-China tariffs may trickle down to home building, remodeling.
4:13am
Sheboygan Press. U.S. dairy experts cast doubts on Canadian trade deal ending deep slump for American farmers.

Statewide

10:41am
Wisconsin Innovation Awards. Announce 2018 winners at annual ceremony in Madison.
10:37am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Dr. Mark Kaufman named Chief Medical Officer.

Courts

4:59am
CNBC. Supreme Court, missing a justice, considers a trucking case that could rattle the economy.
4:15am
Racine Journal Times. Weidner found in contempt of court.

Education

2:15pm
UW-Stout. Thirteen students named Stout Ambassadors for 2018-2018.
2:13pm
UW-River Falls. Homecoming events planned for Oct. 8-14.
2:10pm
UW-Madison. Successful mouse couples talk out infidelity in calm tones.
2:08pm
UW-River Falls. Six students receive sustainable management academic scholarships.
12:20pm
UW-Stout. Freelance artist's artwork part of Lord of the Rings: Living Card Game.
10:42am
Marquette University. Milwaukee Film CEO Jackson goes 'On the Issues' at Marquette Law School.

Local

2:15pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Encourages youth to register to vote.
4:51am
Milwaukee Ald. Coggs. Announces 6th District Landscape Award winners.
4:50am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. Welcomes Klement's Sausage Company expansion.

4:23am
WKBT. La Crosse County still considering wheel tax after city puts idea on hold.

Congress

1:06pm
Reuters. U.S. plans to rewrite rules that impede self-driving cars.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Scott Walker says he didn't hear Donald Trump mocking accuser of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
4:27am
USA Today. The Senate could vote on Kavanaugh's nomination over the weekend. Here's how.
4:24am
The Hill. McConnell sets key Kavanaugh vote for Friday.
4:18am
Duluth News Tribune. As FBI check of Kavanaugh nears its end, probe appears to have been highly curtailed.

Politics

3:57pm
RPW. In the News: Governor Walker promotes lower taxes and growing economy.
3:57pm
DPW. Plane problems: Walker ducks question about state plane use...then hops on state plane.
3:54pm
Henszey for 5th Senate. Releases new video: "One of Us."
3:37pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Waukesha County Police Chiefs' Association voices strong support for Brad Schimel, law enforcement's choice for attorney general, with endorsement.
3:02pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. What voters should know about registration and absentee ballot mailings.
2:14pm
DPW. Vukmir ducks questions on breaking campaign finance law.
1:10pm
DPW. Launches "WI Will Vote" tool to register, inform voters.
12:23pm
Walker for Governor. In the News: Walker campaign ad spotlights senior citizen concerned about Evers' tax hikes.
12:21pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI - Leah Vukmir: Supreme Court debate increasing GOP enthusiasm.
11:41am
RPW. BREAKING: Tomah whistleblower says it's "immoral" to support Senator Tammy Baldwin.
11:24am
Wausau Daily Herald. Q&A with 85th Assembly District candidates: Alyson Leahy and Patrick Snyder.
10:51am
DPW. Requests FEC investigation into possible Vukmir violations.
10:51am
Baldwin for U.S. Senate. Latest ad on ALEC: Leah Vukmir tried to hide her ALEC marching orders from Wisconsinites, but her special interest secret is out.
10:49am
A Stronger Wisconsin. Launches new ad, "Who."
10:41am
Toft for 3rd Congress. Endorsed by veterans' group with honor.
10:40am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin stands with Randy Bryce, despite his criminal history and refusal to pay child support.
10:39am
RGA. Releases new TV ad in Wisconsin governor's race: "Everything is on the table."
10:38am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Barbara Dittrich for Assembly District 38.
8:56am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Baldwin stands with accused woman abuser Keith Ellison and his campaign donation.
8:55am
Rahlf for 60th Assembly, Siegrist for 24th Assembly, Sumner for 23rd Assembly. Issues joint statement condemning male opponents' refusal to debate one-on-one.
8:25am
Vukimir for U.S. Senate. BREAKING: Tomah VA whistleblower says it would be 'immoral' to support Baldwin.
8:24am
Evers for Governor. WATCH: Mandela Barnes highlights Evers' leadership for next generation in new ad.
8:21am
NextGen America. Announces updated list of active House races.
4:39am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. 2018 statewide list of "Free Rides to the Polls" for the Midterm Elections.

2:57pm
AP. Tomah whistleblower, veteran's widow disagree over Baldwin.
2:22pm
Marshfield News Herald. Josh Kaul would try to get Wisconsin out of Obamacare lawsuit, would defend some GOP laws.
4:45am
WISC. Officials warn voters about absentee ballot mailers after concern over incorrect information.
4:45am
Wisconsin State Journal. Leah Vukmir, Tammy Baldwin trade barbs in Wisconsin U.S. Senate race.
4:26am
Washington Post. GOP candidates pay the price for attempts to kill Obamacare and its guarantee of coverage for preexisting conditions.
4:20am
WBAY. State attorney general candidates campaign in Northeast Wisconsin.
4:19am
Fox 11. Walker, Evers continue to campaign as Election Day nears.
4:16am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Walker optimistic despite polls.

Wednesday October 3, 2018

Governor

4:36pm
Gov. Walker. Celebrates Chippewa River Industries' 50 year commitment to helping Wisconsinites with disabilities gain vocational skills and find employment.
2:08pm
Gov. Walker. Participates in groundbreaking ceremony for Klement's Sausage Company's $7.5 million expansion.
11:11am
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Helps Scott Walker solve legal mystery.

Legislative

4:29pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Republican corporate bailout plan.
3:11pm
Sen. Craig. Statement on Kimberly-Clark legislation.
11:09am
WSTA. Honors Senator Howard Marklein for leadership on rural broadband.

4:20am
Cap Times. Vos, Fitzgerald open to taking up other bills during Kimberly-Clark extraordinary session.
4:19am
Appleton Post Crescent. Kimberly-Cark developments bring relief, some optimism.
4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Robin Vos says incident was handled properly when lawmaker made racial and sexual comments.
4:10am
Cap Times. Hintz says Medicaid expansion compromise in Wisconsin is possible, Vos says 'never.'

State Agencies

4:28pm
DOT. Public comment period open on WisDOT 2018 ADA Transition Plan.
4:12pm
AFSCME Council 32. Milwaukee legislators ask for answers from DCF.
3:17pm
DNR. Emergency rule regarding deer carcass transportation suspended following Oct. 1 Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules meeting.
3:16pm
DFI. Registration is open for 8th annual Financial Literacy Summit Oct. 19 in Green Bay.
2:05pm
DHS. Another Wisconsin county added to the list with confirmed cases of severe bleeding linked to synthetic cannabinoids.
11:48am
DOA. Wisconsin maintains high score in Center for Digital Government's 2018 Digital States Survey.
10:10am
AG Schimel. Task Force on Elder Abuse recommends legislation, resources for law enforcement to fight elder abuse. LRB-0385. Letter regarding recommendations.
10:07am
DPW. Former Corrections secretary: Brad Schimel "botched" Lincoln Hills probe.

11:18am
Fox 11. Schimel's task force unveils plan to fight elder abuse in Wisconsin.
4:07am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: 2 years after Attorney General Schimel fired former corrections leader, documents surrounding DOJ's Lincoln Hills' investigation remain a mystery.

Economy/Business

9:44am
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Calls for a dose of reality in trade deal response; urges focus on real solutions for the dairy industry.

4:22am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. OSHA: Deferred maintenance, skipped procedures led to refinery explosion.

Statewide

4:31am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin still at center of water battles 10 years after passage of Great Lakes compact.
4:05am
TIME. 225 million phones will receive a Presidential Alert Wednesday. No, it's not a text from President Trump.

Education

3:15pm
UW-Stout. New CEO of J.C. Penney is retail management alumna.
12:33pm
DPW. The Walker tax: New report shows Wisconsin headed for record school referendum levels.
11:08am
UW-River Falls. Dairy judging team takes top honors at World Dairy Expo.
9:54am
UW-Madison. Water-skiing star - and UW-Madison senior - nabs a world first in international competition.
9:35am
UW-Platteville. Pioneer players presents 'A Doll's House, Part 2.'
8:18am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New study: Act 10 led to improve test scores.

9:52am
WISC. Report: Wisconsin schools seeking $1.4 billion on ballot.
4:40am
WISC. 'We are not happy with all of our results': Wisconsin students rank low on state exams.

Local

3:14pm
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. 2019 recommended budget now available.
12:25pm
A Better Mount Pleasant. Grassroots organization announces effort to recruit candidates to "Run Next" for Village Board.
11:05am
Heritage Senior Living. Executive Director named for soon-to-open Heritage Muskego.

11:44am
La Crosse Tribune. Flooding closes schools, roads in Darlington.
4:57am
WQOW. Livestock moratorium in place for next six months in Eau Claire County.
4:50am
CBS 58. Sixth overflow of 2018 reported for MMSD.
4:06am
WDIO. Superior City Council approves decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana.

Congress

3:18pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Senate passes bipartisan opioid crisis response legislation, President Trump will sign Senator Baldwin's reforms into law.
3:16pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. President Trump and GOP leadershpi mock and smear survivors, Wisconsin advocates appalled.
12:05pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Reforms to protect rights of disabled airline passengers pass Congress.
11:26am
One Wisconsin Now. Donald Trump attacks victim of sexual assault, again. Scott Walker and Brad Schimel silent, again.

4:23am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. FBI's thoroughness questioned in Kavanaugh probe.
4:15am
The Hill. Senate GOP coy on when final vote on Kavanaugh will happen.
4:13am
Reuters. U.S. lawmakers, at impasse on new Farm Bill, mull extension of old one.

Politics

4:27pm
RAGA. Brad Schimel releases new TV ad: "Big Yellow House."
2:16pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Our Attorney General Brad Schimel picks up key Fond du Lac County endorsement.
2:07pm
Marquette University. Marquette Law School Poll director Franklin goes 'On the Issues' with new poll Oct. 10.
2:06pm
Steil for 1st Congress. VIDEO: Steil launches new ad highlighting his Wisconsin roots.
12:12pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. After Tomah VA scandal, Baldwin skipped 70% of committee hearings tasked with overseeing our veterans.
11:45am
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Volunteers for Agriculture endorse Tony Kurtz for Assembly District 50.
11:10am
Walker for Governor. In the News: Scott Walker proposes tax relief to help seniors stay in their homes.
9:55am
RPW. ICYMI: Tammy Baldwin will destroy health care as we know it.
9:46am
RSLC. Lee Snodgrass - growing government, not prosperity.
8:17am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. In new 7-figure TV ad: Tony Evers is a risk we can't afford.

11:18am
WAOW. Koch-backed group drops another $1.5 million for Walker.
8:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Assembly leaders from both parties eye November win.
4:55am
WEAU. Barnes comes to Eau Claire, talks to UWEC students.
4:37am
Bloomberg. Trump bets bashing China will sway voters before costs hit.
4:33am
WBAY. Just Fix It: Roads and infrastructure top of mind for candidates.
4:32am
Fox 6. Evers, Barnes livestream drive between Appleton, Green Bay; mock Walker's flight.
4:17am
Appleton Post Crescent. Tony Evers tells transportation forum he will make roads a top priority.
4:05am
U.S. News & World Report. Pence headed to Wisconsin for Walker fundraisers.

Tuesday October 2, 2018

Governor

10:29am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker's brief presidential campaign followed by even shorter taxpayer-funded flights.

Legislative

3:08pm
Rep. Knodl. The Wisconsin Way Works.
10:17am
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker, GOP seek lame duck session to send $100 million to corporation that's had $1 in net state tax since 2013.
10:08am
DPW. Response to Kimberly-Clark Extraordinary Session.
9:44am
Sen. Carpenter. Makes the Law Enforcement Honor Roll.
9:39am
Speaker Vos. Statement on Kimberly-Clark legislation.
9:37am
Sen. Roth. Releases statement on Kimberly-Clark extraordinary session.
9:17am
WMC. Sen. Kapenga receives WMC's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
9:16am
Gov. Walker. Releases statement on Kimberly-Clark.
9:06am
Sen. Fitzgerald. Statement on Kimberly-Clark developments.
4:28am
Sen. Tiffany. Statement on CWD rule hearing.

2:16pm
WAOW. Vos vows to 'never' take Medicaid expansion money.
2:10pm
U.S. News & World Report. The Latest: Vos open to other bills during K-C session. 
10:40am
Stevens Point Journal. Scott Walker says Senate will vote on giving millions to Kimberly-Clark after the election.
10:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP lawmakers call extraordinary session on Foxconn-style aid package for paper giant Kimberly Clark.
5:13am
Hudson Star Observer. Foxconn takes center stage in New Richmond, River Falls.
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rules committee scraps provision restricting movement of harvested deer.
4:04am
Appleton Post Crescent. Kimberly-Clark decides to wait on Cold Spring closure decision.

State Agencies

3:11pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Board approves nearly $2.4 million for community projects.
3:09pm
DOR. Ashland woman charged with numerous felonies.
3:09pm
AG Schimel. Improves criminal justice system transparency with access to data on domestic abuse.
2:08pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:07pm
WEDC. Village of East Troy receives $250,000 state grant to support downtown redevelopment project.

12:24pm
U.S. News & World Report. Walker administration canceled request for prison probe.
5:10am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Confirming 2015 letter, national prison leader says Walker administration ordered fired corrections leader stop independent Lincoln Hills' review.
4:46am
U.S. News & World Report. David Villa named new head of Wisconsin investment board.
4:05am
Oshkosh Northwestern. After three fails, state mental health facility passes inspection; still short on staff.

Economy/Business

4:14pm
Racine Mayor Mason. And Foxconn announce innovation center in Racine.
4:12pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & employment law update.
2:14pm
WMC. And Johnson Financial Group announce the top 4 Coolest Things Made in Wisconsin.
2:04pm
Gov. Walker. Wisconsin's Foxconn bonus: Foxconn to expand Wisconn Valley Innovation Network with new Foxconn Place in downtown Racine.
1:04pm
Foxconn. Purchases downtown Racine property to support "Smart City" initiatives across Wisconsin.
10:19am
Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. Summit Credit Union is newest Gold Member.
9:43am
WMC. Wisconsin to celebrate Manufacturing Month in October.

2:07pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn to create downtown Racine innovation center.
11:23am
CNBC. Trump's fight with Canada over dairy gets the U.S. only $70 million more than TPP trade deal.
4:22am
USA Today. Canada-U.S. trade agreement: How it could benefit dairy farmers in New York, Wisconsin.
4:10am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Revised trade pact cheered locally. WAOW.
4:04am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Sheboygan Safeco shuts down, 127 losing jobs.

Statewide

10:26am
Marsy's Law for Wisconsin. Earns support from victim advocates.

4:16am
Fox 11. Fox 11 investigates a growing doctor shortage in Wisconsin.
4:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Unpaid medical bills in Wisconsin are climbing again after decline. WQOW.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. FCC order on 5G wireless network construction concerns some Wisconsin cities.
4:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. In Wisconsin, domestic violence lead to 62 deaths in 2017.

Education

3:52pm
COWS. Investing in Wisconsin's Future: Closing racial and ethinic disparities in Wisconsin's public higher education systems.
2:09pm
UW-Stout. Center's events to mark Free Speech Week beginning Oct. 15.
10:39am
UW-Madison. National Academy reports seen as beacons for civil public discourse.
10:07am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Looking at today's Forward Exam results released from the DPI.
9:35am
American Federation for Children. Students in Wisconsin Parental Choice Program score high on the ACT.
5:12am
DPI. Wisconsin Student Assessment System results hold steady.
4:31am
School Choice Wisconsin. Parental Choice Program students again outperform peers.

4:48am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Fewer than half of Wisconsin students are proficient in math and reading, new test scores show.
4:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. Less than half of Wisconsin students in grades 3-8 proficient or better in English, math.
4:07am
Racine Journal Times. Unified's ACT scores down, elementary test scores show mixed results.

Local

3:05pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane County announces 2018 partners in Equity Grant recipients.
3:03pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Community Bond sales begin Wednesday, October 3.
2:13pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Statement on trade deal progress with Canada and Mexico.
10:20am
Sun Prairie BID. Announces sponsors and street vendors for Downtown is Open Celebration fundraiser event.
4:25am
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Congratulates Brewers for NL Central title.

4:36am
CBS 58. "Running out of revenue options:" Milwaukee County Executive introduces 2019 budget.
4:06am
Daily Reporter. Dane County budget calls for record infrastructure spending, largest regional solar farm.

Congress

12:26pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces Democratic support for her resolution to overturn the Trump administration's expansion of junk insurance plans.

5:11am
Politico. McConnell tweaks strategy for Kavanaugh confirmation.
4:42am
CNN. Trump mocks politicians opposed to tariffs as 'babies' - that includes some prominent Republicans.
4:22am
The Hill. Congress allows farm bill to lapse before reauthorization deadline.
4:17am
WKBT. As Kavanaugh investigation begins, local advocates see more survivors coming forward.

Politics

3:07pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker reveals fourth policy proposal to help seniors stay in their homes.
3:05pm
DPW. Mental health care advocates criticize Vukmir record.
3:01pm
Schimel for Attorney General. Our AG, Brad Schimel, launches ad highlighting advocacy on behalf of children.
1:06pm
Evers for Governor. WATCH: Ed Wall speaks out about Walker's abuse of state plane. Video.
11:56am
RPW. Obama and big government special interests swoop in to take Wisconsin backward.
11:18am
Bryce for 1st Congress. Calls on Bryan Steil to disavow GOP efforts to gut coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.
10:27am
Hutton for 13th Assembly. VIDEO: Rob Hutton an advocate for his constituents at the State Capitol.
9:38am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Sheriffs endorse.
4:33am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Deja vu all over again.
4:31am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. 75 legislative candidates; Evers and La Follette signal support for ending partisan gerrymandering.
4:29am
Anderson for Governor. Promises no jobs.
4:27am
DPW. NEW REPORT: Vukmir repeatedly opposed mental health coverage.
4:26am
RPW. ICYMI: Randy Bryce lies to voters in latest ad.
4:26am
RPW. ICYMI: Liberal school board president flip-flops on Evers' role in teacher porn case.

2:03pm
Cap Times. Evers proposes automatic voter registration while Walker touts tax credit for seniors.
1:02pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. 'Foxconn-style' incentive shape economic development debate in governor's race.
10:31am
The Hill. Dems rebuild blue wall in Midwest.
4:39am
The Hill. Dem running to replace Ryan says Trump's tariffs could work if part of 'intelligent plan.'
4:37am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers gets Obama endorsement as Scott Walker promises boost in property tax credit for seniors.
4:16am
NBC 15. Baldwin, Vukmir at odds over health care, Ellison.
4:03am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker touts proposed homestead tax credit he says will keep seniors in their homes.

Monday October 1, 2018

Governor

3:01pm
Gov. Walker. Joins Ariens Company to commemorate the production of its 4,000,000th Sno-Thro snow blower.
1:03pm
Gov. Walker. "This is a big win for Wisconsin's dairy farmers."

Budget

4:20am
Janesville Gazette. Walker's transportation proposal a 'welcome' boost for Rock County.
4:09am
Fox 6. Vets home transfer would create $19 million deficit.

Legislative

2:38pm
One Wisconsin Now. Desperate Scott Walker wants to hand out more election-year corporate welfare.
2:36pm
Sen. Wanggaard. Named police association's "Legislator of the Year."
9:37am
Rep. Sanfelippo, Sen. Kapenga. Pleased with endorsement of direct primary care.

11:27am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker optimistic about Kimberly-Clark tax incentive bill.
4:18am
NBC 26. No Senate vote as Kimberly-Clark incentive deadline passes.
4:17am
Fox 11. Walker discusses Kimberly-Clark, still no deal.

State Agencies

3:55pm
DATCP. Corn Promotion Board nominations accepted through November 1.
3:54pm
SWIB. David Villa named executive director/chief investment officer.
1:27pm
PSC. Announces new program - Telecommunications Relay Service.
1:11pm
DOT. As deer activity goes up, motorists reminded to slow down, be alert.
1:06pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Wisconsin receives $2 million federal grant over 5 years to improve home and community-based long-term care services.
11:17am
DMA. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month.
9:34am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter.
4:37am
DMA Maj. Gen. Dubar. Statement on passing of Col. Ken Sweet, founding member of Wisconsin Air National Guard.

Economy/Business

3:45pm
Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. Statement on United States Mexico Canda agreement.
2:39pm
WMC. New U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement will boost Wisconsin economy.

4:21am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Region's manufacturing growth slows amid tariff, pricing concerns.
4:13am
Reuters. In Trump win, Canada, U.S. deal saves NAFTA as trilateral pact.
4:13am
Bloomberg. Two-thirds of U.S. business economists see recession by end-2020.

Environment/Outdoors

4:07am
U.S. News & World Report. Missouri, Wisconsin partner to boost bird population.

Statewide

1:13pm
RENEW Wisconsin. 'Solar for Good' grant program opens for fall 2018 - will support more solar energy for Wisconsin nonprofits.
11:18am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Children to receive some $50,000 in donated care for Give Kids a Smile and Head Start Dental Day.

4:15am
The Hill. Experts worry 5G could widen digital divide in cities.

Education

3:33pm
UW-Madison. Set in amber, fossil ants help reonstruct evolution of fungus farming.
2:59pm
Medical College of Wisconsin. Women in Science series honors Medical College of Wisconsin researchers.
2:37pm
DPI Supt. Evers. Congratulates Wisconsin's 2018 Blue Ribbon Schools.
1:10pm
UW System. Seeks investment in Student Success and Workforce Development Initiatives to help address demographic trends.

Local

3:00pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces historic partnership with MGE.
1:22pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 10 in Operation Drive Sober.
9:32am
Madison & Dane County Public Health. Protect against the flu: Get the flu vaccine now.
4:36am
All Aboard Wisconsin. Welcomes the MIPRC to Milwaukee.
4:35am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Madison maintains Aaa bond rating.

10:02am
Madison.com. In face of court filing, Mount Pleasant withdraws offer to pumpkin farm for Foxconn property.

Congress

3:50pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Statement on announcement of United States-Mexico-Canada agreement.
1:25pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on USMCA.

5:05am
USA Today. GOP senator suggests Christine Blasey Ford may have 'false memories' of alleged assault.
4:32am
CNBC. House passes tax-cut bills despite unlikely Senate action.
4:30am
The Hill. Congress falls flat on election security as midterms near.
4:29am
Washington Post. Fight over Kavanaugh intensifies amid confusion over limits of FBI sexual assault investigation.
4:16am
WFRV. Sen. Baldwin pushes for access to televised Packers games for all Wisconsinites.

Politics

3:36pm
Whelton for 9th Senate. President Obama endorses.
1:24pm
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: On Upfront with Mike Gousha, Scott Walker calls out Tony Evers' "Everything is on the table" plan to raise taxes.
1:10pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Team Leah response to Obama's endorsement of Baldwin.
1:08pm
Bryce for 1st Congress. President Barack Obama endorses.
1:07pm
Toft for 3rd Congress. Applauds new trade agreement.
1:05pm
Evers for Governor. President Obama endorses.
1:04pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Outside spending in Wisconsin Senate races.
11:16am
RAGA. Brad Schimel's new roadblock against human trafficking.
11:15am
Wisconsin Troopers Association. Endorses Brad Schimel for Attorney General.
11:05am
Schimel for Attorney General. Yet another Democrat endorses Schimel.
10:50am
Walker for Governor. VIDEO: Scott Walker unveils tax creidt for seniors, offering stark contrast to Tony Evers' plans to raise taxes.
10:48am
RPW. In the News: Grassroots conservatives fired up at Fall Fest.
10:46am
Sen. Vukmir. Wisconsin State Senate Scholar Program.
9:36am
Loudenbeck for 31st Assembly. Announces digital ad - "Goats."
9:34am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Influence Peddler of the Month.
8:34am
Evers for Governor. Announces "Government for Us" agenda.
4:34am
Bewley for 25th Senate. On WI Professional Police Association "Honor Roll."
4:32am
DPW. Billionaires team up to buy election for Leah Vukmir.

2:35pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Senator Baldwin stands with woman beater but opposes Brett Kavanaugh.
1:21pm
U.S. News & World Report. Obama endorses Evers, Baldwin, Bryce in Wisconsin races.
1:18pm
Wausau Daily Herald. 7th Congressional District race pits Trump loyalist against attorney, military veteran.
1:16pm
La Crosse Tribune. Scott Walker plan would curb taxes for seniors, Tony Evers' targets waste, political favors. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
9:53am
The Hill. Dem governor hopefuls see winning issue in Medicaid expansion.
4:30am
Wisconsin Watch. Voter ID linked to lower turnout in Wisconsin, other states; students, people of color, elderly most affected.
4:28am
WISC. Walker bolstering campaign staff 5 weeks before election.
4:27am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Walker say third term, if elected, will be his last. Fond du Lac Reporter.
4:25am
Racine Journal Times. Republicans wish Paul Ryan farewell; speakers warn against complacency.
4:25am
Cap Times. Tony Evers says he hopes to implement 'BadgerCare for All' program by end of first term if elected.
4:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. In Wisconsin, a running mate shakes up governor's race.
4:23am
Chippewa Herald. Democrats have momentum in legislative races, but Republicans have money, map.
4:22am
Chippewa Herald. Funding for K-12 education a major fault line in governor's race.
4:16am
WQOW. Are Wisconsin residents tired of negative political ads?

 

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