Wednesday November 30, 2016 - Updated 3:47pm

Governor

4:45am
Wall Street Journal. Editorial: Wisconsin's reform lesson.

Budget

2:42pm
WISPIRG. Statewide summit to highlight Wisconsin's 21st century transportation needs.

9:26am
Stevens Point Journal. Graphic: New state budget saga begins.
4:46am
WKBT. Rep. Billings holds higher education symposium.
4:43am
La Crosse Tribune. UW System president makes case for $92.5 million budget increase.
4:39am
Daily Cardinal. Lacking resources of flagship, UW-La Crosse struggles to weather budget storm.

Legislative

2:40pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: The best idea for a bill comes from you!
9:21am
Rep. Goyke. Receives 2016 Community Health Center Friend Award.

4:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State Senate Democrat pushes for redistricting reform.

State Agencies

12:56pm
DNR. Begins implementation of major effort to better align resources with stakeholder priorities.
12:14pm
AG Schimel. Announces executive leadership changes.
8:57am
Speaker Vos. Statement on the retirement of Secretary Scocos.
4:57am
Military Order of the Purple Heart Department of Wisconsin. Thanks WDVA Sec. John A. Scocos for his years of service to Wisconsin veterans.

2:45pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Deputy AG to leave state Justice Department.
12:21pm
Wisconsin State Journal. DNR to alter handling of pollution, science, enforcement.
12:17pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin DNR might privatize some regulatory functions.
9:02am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. King veterans home rating changed after death.
5:06am
WKOW. Scocos: Veterans Home at King can bounce back from rating downgrade.

Economy/Business

2:43pm
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Sergenian's CEO Garner to receive inaugural "Ground Floor Award" for small business leaderhsip.
10:52am
DFI. Net income rises 9.7%, lending grows 3.0% at state-chartered banks.
4:54am
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on third quarter FDIC numbers.

4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Joseph Project scores employment gains.

Statewide

3:47pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. To release Wisconsin Dairy Producer Survey results.
2:41pm
Alliant Energy. Extra cash, extra cozy.
4:55am
Michael Best. Welcomes Estate & Wealth Planning attorney Deanne L. Robison.

Education

1:43pm
UW-Madison. Study shows many lakes getting murkier, but gives hope for improvement.
11:33am
UW-Stout. University to mark World AIDS Day Dec. 1 with talk, testing.

4:34am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo school leaders question new state report cards.

Local

12:35pm
MCTS. And County Exec. Chris Abele honor Rosa Parks with headlight tribute & reserved bus seat.
9:46am
Take Back Your Meds Milwaukee. Mail back program for medications is a good step, more pharmacy based drop boxes are needed.
9:45am
City of Sun Prairie. Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
8:59am
City of Madison. Video: "Protect your home from rats"

2:48pm
Milton Courier. Council approves $30 wheel tax.
5:05am
Fox 11. State asks for fines and community service in Mayor Schmitt's criminal case.

Congress

1:44pm
U.S. Rep. Grothman. Questions DEA officials about mismanagement of confidential sources.
11:58am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Releases statement on nomination of wealthy insider with deep roots on Wall Street for Treasury Secretary.
9:23am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Opening statement: "Initial Observations of the New Leadership at the U.S. Border Patrol."
9:03am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson statement on passing legislation to enhance trade and tourism in Wisconsin.

3:03pm
WISC. Kind won't say if he voted for Pelosi as House minority leader.
11:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Expert: David Clarke would be 'very unusual' pick to run Homeland Security Department.
4:48am
Winston-Salem Journal. Senator warns FDA that GOP will target e-cig regulations.

Federal Agencies

11:05am
American Lung Association. Commends HUD's plan to make public housing smokefree.

Politics

12:34pm
RPW. Files FEC complaint alleging coordination between Clinton and Stein.
4:56am
AG Schimel. Statement regarding general election recount challenge.

3:05pm
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Recount is not needed.
3:03pm
WKOW. Stein campaign denies illegal coordination.
12:19pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Stein won't appeal machine recount, GOP to file complaint.
10:33am
Janesville Gazette. Stein won't appeal recount ruling in Wisconsin.
5:17am
The Hill. What Stein is getting from recount.
4:52am
Fox 6. Pair of Wisconsin lawmakers raise very different concerns about electoral process in WI, nationwide.
4:44am
Cap Times. Democratic Party of Wisconsin chief Kory Kozloski to step down, no replacement named yet.
4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Recount of 32nd state Senate election continues in western Wisconsin.
4:38am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Counties report wide range of costs for recount.
4:38am
Beloit Daily News. Local officials brace for vote recount.
4:36am
Chippewa Herald. Judge refuses to order hand recount in Wisconsin. Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:35am
Sheboygan Press. Dolson backs local voting machines amid recount push.
4:34am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Outagamie County recount cost: $144K.
4:33am
Portage Daily Register. Historic presidential recount will keep clerks, tabulators busy.

Tuesday November 29, 2016

Governor

4:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Gov. Walker seeks disaster declaration for frost-bitten Wisconsin counties.

Budget

4:24am
WIZM. Wisconsin government can't agree on how to pay for state education.

Legislative

10:58am
Sen. Lassa. Column: It has been an honor.

3:14pm
La Crosse Tribune. Left powerless by state law, La Crosse County committee delays action on cell tower plan.
3:00pm
The Hill. Abortion foes plot wave of legislation in the states.
4:51am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 5 years of concealed carry: Law obscures impact.
4:41am
Beloit Daily News. Loudenbeck hopes to craft legislation for homeless teens to have improved access.

State Agencies

2:49pm
DOT. New video explains how to file Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) fees online.
1:21pm
DNR. Weekly news.
1:10pm
DOT. Enhances Silver and AMBER Alert messaging on electronic message boards.
11:02am
DNR. Wisconsin's annual nine-day gun deer hunt sees increase in statewide buck harvest; opportunities for antlerless deer hunting continue through January.
11:00am
DATCP. Fake charities: Don't let scammers bank on your goodwill.
10:13am
AG Schimel. Releases new PSA on heroin abuse.
9:33am
DATCP. Producer-Led Watershed Protection Grants: Funding awarded to 11 farmer groups.

3:13pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin nin-day deer kill down 6%.
1:18pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin could gain, lose by self-insuring state workers, report says.
4:42am
Cap Times. Sen. Tammy Baldwin calls for review of delay on King Veterans Home citation. Wisconsin State Journal.

Economy/Business

1:08pm
Madison Region Economic Partnership. Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership designation attracts over $2.1 million federal investment to the region.

3:10pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin bank profits down $100 million from last year.
2:55pm
WBAY. Clearwater Paper to lay off 85 workers at Neenah plant.

Statewide

11:15am
Survival Coalition. New survey shows dire impact of Wisconsin's direct care workforce crisis. Fact Sheet.

9:00am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin hospitals say they lost $2.6 billion caring for Medicare, Medicaid patients in 2015.
5:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. For unions in Wisconsin, a fast and hard fall since Act 10.

Courts

1:13pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Wisconsin Supreme Court shreds 4th Amendment.
8:54am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Richard L. Weber.
8:53am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Margaret Bach.
8:38am
District III Court of Appeals. Bradley C. Munger v. Richard W. Seehafer.
8:37am
District III Court of Appeals. Jerome Movrich v. David J. Lobermeier.
8:36am
District III Court of Appeals. Town of Burnside v. City of Independence.

Education

3:58pm
UW-Stout. ESL students from Barron High School tour campus, get advice.
3:56pm
UW-Stout. Professor makes video to boost ESL efforts in Barron schools.
3:07pm
UW-Platteville. Students clean up Rountree Branch Trail.
1:15pm
Marquette University. Opus College of Engineering receives three grants worth $630,459.
11:16am
UW-Madison. Young children's spatial talk predicts their spatial abilities.
9:02am
UW-Madison. Jo Handelsman named director of Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.

4:55am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Catholic schools pressure MPS for bus money.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Since Act 10, teacher discipline process is simpler, speedier - and more management friendly.

Local

4:44am
Daily Reporter. Menasha officials reject replacement plan for lead pipes.

Congress

3:55pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. 100th Wisconsinite starts work through Joseph Project.
3:09pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Bipartisan Digital Coast Act unanimously passes the Senate.
3:09pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson asks Obama administration to cease implementing regulations that will likely be repealed.
2:48pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. RESPONSE Act unanimously passes the House.
1:14pm
RGA. Statement on the selection of Rep. Tom Price for HHS Secretary and Seema Verma as Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
1:11pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Votes for bipartisan reform to increase access to high quailty health care in rural Wisconsin.

4:19am
WISN. Trump meets with Sheriff David Clarke at Trump Tower.

Federal Agencies

3:04pm
WEAU.  Tomah VA: Veterans could have been infected with Hepatitis, HIV.

Politics

4:52pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Recieves $3.5 million payment from Stein campaign for presidential election recount.
9:06am
RPW. Wisconsin Democrats, tainted with hypocrisy, refuse to condemn the Left's recount effort.

3:16pm
Cap Times. Hillary Clinton files motion in support of hand recount in Wisconsin.
2:57pm
WISC. De La Fuente withdraws recount petition due to costs.
2:52pm
Janesville Gazette. Clinton moves to join Wisconsin recount lawsuit.
1:20pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: Jill Stein's Wisconsin vanity project.
1:16pm
ABC News. Deadline for Wisconsin recount payment looming.
10:46am
Sheboygan Press. Paul Ryan says election fair, no widespread fraud.
10:01am
Fox 11. Judge schedules hearing in recount lawsuit.
5:06am
The Hill. Annoyed Dems dismiss recount as 'waste of time.'
4:52am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Brown Co. recount would cost $198K, take 12 days.
4:43am
Cap Times. Hillary Clinton campaign seeks volunteers for Jill Stein's $3.5 million Wisconsin recount.
4:40am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Recounts are rare and seldom lead to a different winner.
4:39am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's county clerks weigh in on presidential recount.
4:24am
Racine Journal Times. Elections commission: Presidential recount to cost $3.5 million, expected to uphold Donald Trump win.
4:23am
LA Times. A recount won't change the election results, but Trump and the political fringes are debating it anyway.
4:20am
WAOW. Congressman Sean Duffy reacts to Wisconsin recount.
4:19am
WISC. Stein says hand recount a must in Wisconsin.
4:18am
WBAY. How county clerks estimated the recount cost.

Monday November 28, 2016

Governor

10:48am
Gov. Walker. Requests USDA Disaster Declaration for crop losses in 10 counites.

Budget

4:43am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. No easy answers to Wisconsin road funding problem.
4:41am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. WisDOT chief: Innovation a focus.
4:40am
Racine Journal Times. State transportation battle to begin.

Legislative

10:46am
Sen. Hansen. Passing non-partisan redistricting should be top priority.

State Agencies

2:16pm
DVA Sec. Scocos. Serving Wisconsin veterans a great honor.
1:28pm
DOT. Governor declares November 30 Snowplow Driver Appreciation Day.
11:17am
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. To meet in Muscoda.
9:07am
WEDC. 2017 Governor's Export Achievement Award nominations open.

4:43am
Wisconsin State Journal. DNR board to adopt air pollution rules after 4-year delay.
4:16am
Wisconsin State Journal. With more change coming, DNR retirement concerns remain.
4:03am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Nurses begin dispensing drugs at Lincoln Hills.

Statewide

4:23pm
National League of Cities. Announces 2017 leadership and board of directors.

4:11am
Wisconsin Watch. Costs of widely prescribed drugs jumped up to 5,241% in recent years, joint investigation finds.
4:07am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Teen driving getting worse, AAA survey finds.

Courts

2:30pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Calendar and case synopses - December 2016.

4:21am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Court gives hope for fair elections.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Remedy for rigged maps is Iowa model for drawing fair voting districts.

Education

10:54am
UW-Platteville. Students to help those in need during Mississippi trip.
9:12am
UW-Madison. Food scientist aiding fuel ethanol with new engineered bacteria.

Local

12:27pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Thanksgiving holiday weekend Operation Drive Sober results in 13 arrests.

Congress

12:25pm
One Wisconsin Now. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke reported to be auditioning for national security job with Donald Trump.

4:41am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin school-choice supporters cheer DeVos pick.
4:04am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Trump cabinet picks draw mixed views locally.

Politics

4:54pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Releases election recount cost estimate of $3.5 million.
3:56pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Five valid reasons for the Wisconsin presidential recount.
2:14pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Approves timeline for presidential election recount.
11:18am
One Wisconsin Institute. Statements regarding potential Wisconsin recount.
4:48am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Sovereignty & accountability.

1:17pm
The Hill. Walker slams recount effort in Wisconsin.
12:26pm
NBC 15. Stein to ask Madison judge to order hand recount.
12:22pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Elections commission: Wisconsin presidential recount expected to uphold Donald Trump win.
12:07pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin presidential recount could begin Thursday.
12:04pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin elections officials set 'challenging,' 'aggressive' timeline for presidential recount.
11:16am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin elections staff urge rejection of hand-recount.
11:02am
Wisconsin State Journal. Commission OKs 'aggressive timeline' for Wisconsin presidential recount.
10:50am
Janesville Gazette. Recount begins in western Wisconsin state Senate district.
4:46am
Fox 11. WI Elections Commission to hold special meeting Monday.
4:46am
Politico. White House insists hackers didn't sway election, even as recount begins.
4:45am
Stevens Point Journal. Historic recount will have to move quickly.
4:45am
McClatchy DC. Green Party's Stein files recount request in Wisconsin.
4:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. From Milwaukee County to Madison, Scott Walker's rise marked by union battles.
4:42am
WISC. No challengers yet in upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court race.
4:39am
WXOW. 32nd Senate District recount begins Monday.
4:19am
Wisconsin State Journal. Adams County: A vote for Barack Obama, then Donald Trump; What happened?
4:17am
Stevens Point Journal. Trump attacks Clinton over Wisconsin recount request.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin officials set timeline for presidential recount.
4:06am
Reuters. Clinton team to take part in U.S. state vote recount, Trump blasts effort.
4:06am
Chippewa Herald. Jill Stein campaign raises enough money to fund a recount of Wisconsin's presidential election.
4:04am
Sheboygan Press. In western Wisconsin, Trump voters want change.

Saturday November 26, 2016

State Agencies

10:09am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Receives two presidential election recount petitions.
10:08am
Sen. LeMahieu. Statement on potential presidential recount.
10:06am
Wisconsin Lottery. Badger 5. winners to split $102,000 jackpot.
10:05am
Wisconsin Lottery. $50,000 Powerball tickets sold in Altoona, Trego and Franklin.
10:04am
DATCP. Something Sepcial from Wisconsin offers holiday and gift-giving options that are 'uniquely Wisconsin.'

Courts

10:03am
WMC. Overtime rule halted.

Education

10:02am
Natural Resources Foundation. Schools in Wisconsin receive more than $13,000 for environmental education.

Congress

10:03am
Humphries for State Superintendent. DeVos will be an advocate for school choice and creative solutions that benefit Wisconsin students.
10:01am
DPW. Trump's education secretary, Betsy DeVos , a danger to public education.

Wednesday November 23, 2016

Budget

12:29pm
Wauwatosa S.O.S. Will politicians support public schools like we do?

4:38am
Madison.com. Wisconsin district attorneys feeling staffing squeeze.

Legislative

1:51pm
Rep. Jarchow. Announces district listening sessions.
12:38pm
Rep. Sargent. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Giving Thanks."
4:39am
Sen. Bewley. Statement on election as Senate Assistant Minority Leader.

4:31am
CBS 58. Wisconsin lawmakers plans to reintroduce a bill to help wrongly convicted prisoners.
4:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Republicans eye possible federal move to Medicaid block grants.

State Agencies

3:11pm
DSPS. Meetings, week of Nov. 28.
3:08pm
DWD. Launches updated Wisconsin Fast Forward website.
1:43pm
AG Schimel. EPA rule unfairly harms Wisconsin, AG Schimel leads multi-state legal action.
12:46pm
DOJ. Fusion Center Team recognized as best in nation.
11:51am
DATCP. Scammers dangle gift cards as clickbait.
11:28am
ETF. GIB to selecte data warehousing vendor, assess program changes.
9:26am
DOJ. Racine County Sheriff's Deputy saves life with Narcan.

12:33pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. DOT says roadwork largely complete ahead of Thanksgiving travel.

Economy/Business

1:45pm
DWD. Wisconsin local employment & unemployment estimates released.

Statewide

12:35pm
Chippewa Herald. Government wants phone makers to lock out most apps for drivers.
4:29am
WUWM. Milwaukee researcher explores causes of increasing traffic deaths in Wisconsin.

Courts

3:08pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Praises AG Schimel for victory over Obama in overtime rule.
1:35pm
Wisconsin Independent Businesses. Statement on nationwide preliminary injunction of the federal overtime pay regulations.
12:45pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on court suspension of overtime rule.
11:50am
NFIB. Praises federal court decision blocking DOL from enforcing overtime rule.
4:46am
DOJ. Federal judge sides with Wisconsin, prevents implementation of overtime rule. Opinion and order.

4:34am
Fox 11. What's next for challenge to Wisconsin GOP redistricting?
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Redistricting ruling could help, hurt both parties.
4:21am
Reuters. Judge blocks Obama rule extending overtime pay to 4.2 million U.S. workers.

Education

11:27am
UW-Madison. Gut's microbial community shown to influence host gene expression.
11:25am
UW-Madison. Cancer signaling pathway could illuminate new avenue to therapy.
4:41am
UW-Rock County. Concert Band presents 45th annual holiday concert.

5:06am
WISC. UW to lose two major research professors at end of semester.
4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Madison chancellor signs statement supporting undocumented students.
4:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Madison slips in ranking as research spending declines.

Local

1:53pm
Madison Police Department. Capital K9s launches memorial fund.
4:44am
Madison Mayor Soglin. Torrie Kopp Mueller the recipient of the 10th Annual Jeffery Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award.
4:43am
Milwaukee City Council. Major $2 million neighborhood improvement grant will help Sherman Park.

4:56am
Fox 6. "We need to take action on this:" Plan to replace service laterals that contain lead put on hold.
4:26am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Opponents of Eau Claire living wage wonder how city would pay for it.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Proposal to increase wages for Madison City Council members nixed.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Judge allows Estabrook Park dam land transfer.
4:22am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. 10% tax could come to Green Bay AirBnB rentals.

Congress

1:36pm
One Wisconsin Now. Trump's DeVos appointment means more school privatization, more failure, less accountability.
11:52am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Shaheen, Markey, Donnelly. Call for investments to fight opioid epidemic in 21st Century Cures Act.

4:58am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Baldwin: Delist gray wolf as endangered species.

Politics

9:29am
RGA. Statement on President-elect Donald Trump's intent to nominate Governor Nikki Haley as U.N. Ambassador.

12:43pm
The Hill. Left's new argument: Hillary didn't lose.
5:32am
USA Today. Harassment or Hail Mary? Electors feel besieged.
4:36am
CNN. Computer scientists urge Clinton campaign to challenge election results.
4:35am
WKBT. Sen. Shilling wins Senate leadership position, responds to recount request.
4:33am
WUWM. Wisconsin electors gear up for official presidential vote.

Tuesday November 22, 2016

Governor

2:48pm
Gov. Walker. Executive Residence 2016 Holiday Tour schedule announced.

4:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Farmer: Proposed manure digester was not recommended by DNR workgroup.

Budget

3:23pm
Rep. Steineke. Column: Agency wish lists and our biennial tradition.
12:55pm
Rep. Hintz. Smoke and mirrors hide aftermath of GOP budget.

Legislative

3:35pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Senate Democratic leadership election.
3:17pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Referenda show that Wisconsin values public schools.
10:21am
LAB. Report: 16-9: Read to Lead Development Fund. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.

3:32pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Jennifer Shilling elected Senate Democrats' leader while recount looms.
9:46am
Janesville Gazette. Senate Democrats set to select leaders.
4:34am
Fox 6. "It's been used more and more," but is Wisconsin's Len Bias law an effective deterrent to opioid abuse?

State Agencies

3:21pm
DCF. Governor's Outstanding Adoptive Parents Awards presented.
2:49pm
DOR. Collections, October FY2017.
12:05pm
DNR. Weekly news.
9:49am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Post-election update II.
4:44am
DWD. #AccountableGov update: DWD releases new worker classification educational videos to support UI program integrity.

12:24pm
WISC. Fewer than 20 percent of provisional ballots cast were counted.

Statewide

3:19pm
Alliant Energy. Without energy, Thanksgiving dinner wouldn't be much to look forward to.
12:23pm
NFIB Wisconsin. This Saturday shop small, boost the economy.
12:08pm
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Wisconsin hospitals' statewide community impact totals $1.7 billion.
12:07pm
WISPIRG. 31st annual survey finds recalled toys in online stores.

4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Homelessness across Wisconsin down 6 percent compared to last year.

Courts

12:53pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Applauds ruling strking down gerrymandered legislative districts,
12:35pm
Sen.-elect Johnson. WisGOP violates Constitution for partisan advantage.
11:55am
Rep. Hesselbein. Court decision is a win for all citizens.
10:22am
Rep. Hebl. Statement on redistricting lawsuit.
10:18am
District I Court of Appeals. DJK 59 LLC v. City of Milwaukee.
4:46am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Federal court rules 2011 state legislative district maps are unconstitutional.

11:56am
Christian Science Monitor. How Wisconsin's gerrymandering ruling could affect other states.
4:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Supreme Court won't investigate leaks.
4:41am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Supreme Court rejects call for investigation into leaks.
4:39am
Washington Post. Wisconsin legislative map ruled illegally partisan; case will go to Supreme Court.
4:38am
New York Times. Judges find Wisconsin redistricting unfairly favored Republicans.

Education

3:27pm
Food Finance Institute. New training to support food hubs through national network.
3:18pm
UW System. Economic development efforts earn national recognition.
1:30pm
UW-Stout. Food drives by students to help needy during holidays.
12:32pm
UW-Rock County. Winterim registration now open.
12:06pm
UW-River Falls. Vogel named Future Icon.
12:04pm
UW-Stout. Fall enrollment of 9,619 sets record for third straight year.
10:38am
UW-Madison. Nurses keep hospital patients moving with help from UW researchers.
9:19am
UW-Madison. UW study to examine women's roles in peacemaking.
8:58am
UW-Madison. Dips in research rankings.

Local

1:32pm
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Smokeless tobacco banned at Miller Park, other MKE sports venues.

4:38am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Menasha rejects lead pipe replacement plan.
4:37am
Oshkosh Northwestern. City attorney: Oshkosh pot petition flawed.

Congress

2:26pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Announces fall office hours across the Second District.
10:22am
U.S. Rep. Duffy. Announces keynote speaker for 2016 Hunger & Homelessness Summit.

5:08am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Sen. Baldwin: Washington should act on state's wolf problem.
4:36am
WBAY. Trump's pick for National Security Advisor speaks in Ripon.
4:35am
WTMJ. Nearly 4 million employees to become overtime eligible on December 1.

Politics

4:45am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. The case for restricting Muslim immigration.

11:04am
La Crosse Tribune. Dan Kapanke to seek recount in 32nd Senate race.

Monday November 21, 2016

Redistricting

5:35pm
Rep. Steineke. Statement on redistricting suit.
5:34pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on unconstitutional gerrymandering ruling.
5:33pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Statement on federal court decision on Wisconsin redistricting.
5:32pm
Sen. Taylor. Statement on federal court ruling against Republican gerrymandering.
5:00pm
Sen. Miller. Statement on federal court ruling on redistricting.
4:59pm
Reps. Spreitzer, Considine. Assembly Democratic freshmen applaud redistricting decision.
4:52pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on redistricting ruling.
4:41pm
Rep. Kessler. Statement on Whitford v. Gill.
4:40pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on redistricting ruling.
4:34pm
AG Schimel. Responds to court's decision in Whitford v. Gill.
4:23pm
Rep. Wachs. Statement on redistricting ruling.
4:20pm
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Statement on redistricting decision.
4:19pm
Wisconsin Fair Elections Project. Federal court overturns unconstitutional gerrymandering of Wisconsin legislative districts.
4:17pm
Rep. Shankland. Federal court finds legislative maps drawn by Republicans represent unconstitutional gerrymander.
4:03pm
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Republican gerrymandering.
3:59pm
Rep. Taylor. In monumental ruling, court strikes down Republican's illegal gerrymandering.
3:58pm
DPW. Statement on federal court blocking Repulblican-gerrymandered maps.
3:57pm
Sen. Wirch. Applauds federal court decision on gerrymandered maps.
3:56pm
Rep. Pope. Statement on Republican gerrymandering case.
3:55pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on redistricting ruling.
3:45pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on redistricting decision.
3:21pm
Sen. Hansen. Statement in response to appeals court ruling in re-districting case.
2:40pm
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin. Whitford v. Gill - Opinion and Order.

3:13pm
WBAY. Federal court: Wisconsin GOP's voting district maps unconstitutional. 
3:11pm
Milwaukee Jorunal Sentinel. Federal court strikes down GOP-drawn maps.
3:10pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Federal judge panel finds state redisctricting plan an "unconstitutional gerrymander."

Governor

4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP governors want shift in health care, other programs.

Budget

3:07pm
DOA. Agency budget requests and revenue estimates.

4:07pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. State projects $693 million shortfall.
3:19pm
Fox 6. Wisconsin faces nearly $700 million budget hole.
1:27pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Report to lay out state budget challenges.
4:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Road upkeep expected to rule state budget.

Legislative

3:16pm
Rep. Goyke. Receives Torchbearer Award.
2:08pm
LFB. 2016-17 General school aids amounts for all school districts.
11:35am
Rep. Kremer. Column regarding Hemp.
11:26am
MHEC. Wisconsin Senator Sheila Harsdorf receives tribute from higher education compact.

5:04am
WISN. Vos: A unified Republican federal government will  give states more power, freedom to reform government.
4:28am
Stevens Point Journal. Conservation groups petition to change railroad law.
4:26am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin think-tank argues for professional licensing reform; local businesses push back.

State Agencies

5:03pm
ETF. Offices closed on Thursday, November 24.
3:53pm
WHEDA. Welcomes William Martin as new Director for the Business and Community Engagement Group.

Economy/Business

11:37am
Glacier Transit & Storage, SunPeak. A leader in renewable energy. 

4:27am
Cap Times. Wisconsin fares well in 'Main Street entrepreneurship', report finds.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Deer hunt means big bucks for Wisconsin business.

Statewide

9:05am
PDPW. Cornerstone Dairy Academy applications available.
9:03am
WRA. October 2016 Home Sales Report.
4:56am
Litjens Consulting. Tommy@30: A Celebration of Innovation.

4:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Rural Wisconsin pushes for faster internet.
4:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Cost of Thanksgiving dinner in Wisconsin is lowest since 2010.

Courts

4:38pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Three Unnamed Petitioners v. Peterson - order.

2:34pm
Fox 11. Federal court blocks Wisconsin GOP's redistricting maps.
4:50am
Appleton Post-Crescent.  Appleton schools lawsuit goes to state Supreme Court.

Education

2:56pm
UW-Stout. Professor's book reveals problems at NY's child welfare system.
10:42am
UW-Madison. Five from UW-Madison elected AAAS Fellows.
4:56am
MPS. C.A.R.E.S. hosts Youth Rally to connect and share ideas about the city's future.

4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee Public Schools superintendent proposes new academic calendar.

Local

3:05pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Dimitrijevic. South Shore Park to benefit from $1.2 million investment.
1:29pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Cuts ribbon on County Highway C.
9:30am
All Aboard Wisconsin. All Aboard Wisconsin. "Welcome Back Talgo USA!"
4:58am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 12 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.

5:05am
WQOW. Eau Claire County to discuss 'Living Wage'.
4:45am
Racine Journal Times. Town of Burlington high-capacity well draws concerns, reassurances.

Congress

9:32am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson requests information regarding allegations of ICE officials monitoring gun show attendees.
4:54am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Tours advanced Wisconsin battery manufacturer Silatronix.

11:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump probably looking to Scott Walker for guidance on public employees.

Politics

12:31pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Kapanke has until Wednesday to seek recount in Senate race.
4:29am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers faces re-election amid big GOP wins, union membership losses.
4:24am
McClatchy DC. Wisconsin Republicans built ground game over years.

Friday November 18, 2016

Governor

11:12am
Gov. Walker. Joins Wisconsin tourism industry in support of 6th annual "Big Bundle Up" campaign.
9:35am
RENEW Wisconsin. Statement on Governor Walker's biodigester announcement.

Budget

12:37pm
Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association. Delaying road, bridge projects means added costs for forest products.

4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Vos hedges on tax swap for roads to close nearly $1B gap.

Legislative

3:55pm
Rep. Shankland. To hold office hours on November 22.

4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Republicans ask Congress to remove wolves from endangered species list.
4:32am
Fox 6. Is Wisconsin missing the boat when it comes to legalizing marijuana for medical use?
4:28am
WISC. Should you need a license to do some jobs in Wisconsin?
4:24am
Daily Cardinal. As undocumented students ask for university protections, legislators clash over policy.

State Agencies

3:53pm
DOT. DMV customer service centers closed November 24 and 25; online services always available.
2:41pm
WIEG, Wisconsin Paper Council. Applaud recent PSC rate case decisions.
12:40pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Nov. 21-27.
10:54am
DATCP. Don't leave toy safety to chance.
10:53am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Nov. 21-25.
8:41am
County Veterans Service Officers Association of Wisconsin. Statement on the resignation of Wisconsin DVA Secretary John Scocos.
4:50am
WHEDA. To receive $75 million in latest round of New Markets Tax Credits.

Economy/Business

12:08pm
Wisconsin Technology Council. RentDrop, Gregor Diagnostics reach top floor during 2016 'Elevator Pitch Olympics.'

3:58pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. In job growth, blue states outpaced red states in past year.
4:34am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's jobless rate stays at 4.1%
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Record crop leads to space shortage at Wisconsin grain elevators.

Statewide

4:37am
Michael Best. Welcomes real estate associate Katherine C. Hinkle.

2:43pm
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Thanksgiving meal in Wisconsin to cost about $47.91.

Education

3:54pm
UW-Madison. Retirement leaves big shoes to fill at women's science community.
2:41pm
UW-Stout. Led by Saudi students, meal to honor Alnahdi draws 750 people.
9:36am
Marquette University. Jensen, Underwood to discuss school vouchers in conversation at Marquette Law School.

4:48am
WEAU. ECASD "exceeds expectations" in latest state DPI report card.
4:43am
WISN. State: MPS meets few expectations for student achievement, Racine fails.
4:23am
La Crosse Tribune. Wisconsin school report cards are out; La Crosse receives lowest rating in region, West Salem highest.
4:22am
Beloit Daily News. For Turner, scores exceed expectations.
4:21am
Beloit Daily News. 'Bold steps' ahead for Beloit schools.
4:21am
Racine Journal Times. Unified 'fails to meet expectations.'
4:20am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh schools meet state expectations.
4:19am
Appleton Post-Crescent. School report cards focused on student growth.

Local

3:59pm
Milwaukee Ald. Perez. Ad mocking Bradley Tech students was vile.
4:36am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Ask for the records, please!

1:58pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County Board approves 33% raise for itself; county exec has 'serious concerns.'
10:55am
Milwaukee Business Journal. MMAC president floats 0.5% Milwaukee County sales tax for cultural assets.
4:20am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. 2,100 more in Green Bay may have lead pipes.

Congress

1:52pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Capito. Recognize American Education Week.
12:38pm
U.S. Rep. Pocan. Calls on President Obama to protect dreamers from deportation.
10:51am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. AARP presents with 'Champion for the 50+' Legislative Leadership Award.
10:50am
AARP. Presents 'Champions of the 50+ Award' to Senator Baldwin for work impacting caregivers.

4:27am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker calls on Trump to rescind Obama's executive orders.
4:25am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Area employers await 'Trumpcare;' intense debate comes first.

Politics

4:29am
Duluth News Tribune. Walker hints as possible run for third term as Wisconsin governor.
4:27am
WISC. Pocan, Moore back Pelosi for Democratic House leader.

Thursday November 17, 2016

Governor

1:56pm
Gov. Walker. Addresses water quality in Kewaunee County.
10:05am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Celebrating Wisconsin's deer hunting tradition.

4:25pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker calls for manure digester proposals to address water quality issues.
12:55pm
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin task force looks to fight opioid epidemic.

Budget

9:05am
Survival Coalition. Applauds key proposed investments for students with disabilities in the state education budget.

9:24am
Daily Cardinal. Cross talks biennial budget, system climate with ASM leaders.
4:25am
WUWM. High poverty school districts would benefit from proposed Wisconsin DPI budget.

Legislative

12:43pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Back to the woods.
10:26am
Sen. Miller. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "Have a safe and successful hunting season."
10:19am
National Foundation for Women Legislators. Announces Rep. Lisa Subeck as a 2016 Elected Women of Excellence honoree.

4:24am
Janesville Gazette. Legislator holds Bible study sessions in Capitol office.
4:17am
WQOW. EC principal supports bill to allow guns at private schools.

State Agencies

4:20pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:54pm
DWD. Receives federal grant to further strengthen unemployment insurance program integrity.
10:15am
WEDC. Marketplace 2016 conference on minority business development set for December.
9:08am
State Public Defender. Announces 2016 award recipients.

Economy/Business

12:57pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin gains 27,900 private-sector jobs year-over-year.

2:14pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. State added 6,000 private sector jobs in October.
12:48pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin ranks 2nd for small businesses.
5:04am
The Hill. States slow spending growth amid early signs of economic slowdown.

Statewide

10:27am
Xcel Energy. Be prepared, stay informed when severe weather hits.
10:10am
DeWitt Ross & Stevens. Attorneys named Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.
4:34am
U.S. Rep. Duffy. Offers condolences on passing of Melvin Laird.
4:33am
Gov. Walker. Statement on the passing of Melvin Laird.

5:41am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. Laird remembered for improving rural health efforts.
4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. Former Wisconsin congressman, Vietnam War Defense Secretary Melvin Laird dies. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Courts

12:37pm
DOJ. U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit sides with Wisconsin in Dassey v. Dittmann.

12:38pm
NBC 15. Federal judge rules Brendan Dassey will remain in prison.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin sees nearly 6 percent increase in international students.
4:27am
Reuters. Wisconsin judge denies motion to keep 'Making a Murderer' nephew in prison.

Education

2:22pm
Humphries for State Superintendent. Is this Wobegon or Wisconsin?
12:42pm
Marquette University. Researcher finds major Middle East dust storm caused by extreme drought, not regional conflict.
12:41pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Alerts MPS to potential lawsuit over failure to provide transportation for St. Joan Antida High School students.
10:25am
UW-Madison. Liquid silicon: Computer chips could bridge gap between computation and storage.
9:21am
DPI. Most schools and districts meet or exceed expectations on 2015-16 report cards.
9:20am
MPS. Nearly one third of schools move up a category on the latest State Report Card.
4:35am
MPS. Fresh Coast Classic College and Resource Fair offers college and career information to more than 2,500 students.
4:32am
AFT Local 212. Unity, Tolerance and Inclusion gathering February 17.

9:44am
Janesville Gazette. Revamped Wisconsin school report cards provide snapshot. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.  Wisconsin State Journal.
4:46am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Universities should get students out sooner.
4:23am
La Crosse Tribune. Some local districts struggle to comply with federal data reporting requirements.
4:21am
La Crosse Tribune. Federal data shows more than 1 in 5 of teachers in the region are chronically absent.

Local

4:33pm
Dane County Exec Parisi. Signs the Dane County 2017 budget.
4:33pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Henry Vilas Zoo announces party for Sakari Male Polar Bear.
3:17pm
WIPPS. 'Toward One Wausau' launches online public survey on Monday, November 21.
2:38pm
City of Madison. Launches Imagine Madison, a public listening campaign.
9:30am
Milwaukee City Council. Members call on Chief to boost South Side officer staffing.

5:15am
WBAY. Village of Ashwaubenon phished: Loses nearly $300K of taxpayer money.
4:49am
Wisconsin State Journal. Madison won't change immigrant policies if Donald Trump cracks down on 'sanctuary cities.'
4:48am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Town: CAFO would imperil water supply.

Congress

3:03pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. And Mayor Tom Barrett announces $6 million for workforce development to Employ Milwaukee.
1:34pm
One Wisconsin Now. Candidate for Donald Trump's Department of Homeland Security unable to maintain county jail.
10:45am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Bipartisan bill to protect northern border passes U.S. Senate.
9:06am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Calls on President-elect Trump to keep his promise to make Washington work for Wisconsin, not Wall Street.

2:44pm
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin asks Donald Trump to work with her on strengthening Wall Street oversight.
4:29am
CNN. Ryan slams brakes on vote to bring back earmarks.
4:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin conservationists worry about EPA's future under President Trump.
4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Johnson optimistic about GOP Senate working with Trump White House.
4:18am
WKBT. Ron Kind calls for railway safety during severe weather.

Politics

2:28pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Republican Eric Hovde won't decide Senate run for months.
4:27am
USA Today. Priebus: How a true believer made it from Wisconsin to the White House.

Wednesday November 16, 2016

Budget

3:07pm
Sen. Larson. Statement on the DPI budget proposal.

4:39am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Evers seeks boost in school funding.
4:39am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tony Evers seeks $5.5 million to help rural schools keep teachers.
4:36am
WEAU. Evers seeking $707 million more for Wisconsin schools.
4:28am
Fond du Lac Reporter. $6 million sought for school mental health.

Legislative

4:14pm
Freedom from Religion Foundation. Objects to bible study meetings in Wisconsin Capitol.
1:33pm
Sen. Stroebel. Liberal complaint: UW policy says conservatives should not have invited public to event.
11:36am
Rep. Spreitzer. Unanimously elected Assembly Democratic Caucus Chair.
4:59am
Rep. Barca. Statement on Democratic leader reelection.

5:27am
Fox 6. Wisconsin lawmaker to push bill allowing concealed carry permit holders to carry on private school grounds.
5:22am
Daily Cardinal. Politicians spar over campus carry at UW.
4:56am
Janesville Gazette. August re-elected as state Assembly speaker pro tempore.
4:41am
Wisconsin State Journal. Peter Barca to lead slimmed-down Assembly Democratic caucus next year. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
4:30am
WJFW. Tiffany calls on Congress to de-list wolf, give power back to states.

State Agencies

3:04pm
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Communities receive $16.6 million for projects.
1:31pm
Ready Wisconsin. Are you ready for winter?
11:39am
DHS. New report: E-cigarette use outpaces conventional cigarettes among WI youth.

Environment/Outdoors

4:29am
WQOW. DNR reminds hunters of changes before hitting the woods for the opener.

Statewide

11:40am
League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Ashland Mayor Lewis appointed to board.
11:37am
PDPW. Diary's Visible Voice - Social Media Strategy, coming in December.

4:30am
WXOW. AAA predicting biggest Thanksgiving travel rush in 9 years.
4:27am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Oconto fir will be White House Christmas Tree.

Courts

4:00pm
Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Brendan Dassey v. Michael A. Dittman - Emergency motion to stay the District Court's order releasing prisoner.
11:38am
AG Schimel. To file emergency motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Dassey case.

4:34am
WKOW. State of Wisconsin fights 'Making a Murderer' inmate release.
4:32am
Cap Times. Plaintiffs in Wisconsin's redistricting suit ask judges to consider election results.

Education

4:02pm
UW-Stout. Art professor, students create pins in memory of Alnahdi.
3:06pm
UW-River Falls. Animal welfare team scores high at competition.
3:04pm
UW-Madison. New project funded by NOAA could improve weather forecasting.
9:14am
Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. K-12 education largest state-local government "program."

Local

1:31pm
MCTS. To celebrate 25 million MCARD rides, MCTS is giving away five golden passes.
11:41am
Waukesha County Health and Human Services. And city leaders remind residents: There's still time to get your flu shot! Fact Sheet.

Congress

4:17pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on the pasing of Congressman Melvin Laird.
2:21pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Drowning in dairy: Don't let TPP sink U.S. dairy industry.
2:20pm
One Wisconsin Now. Reported frontunner for Trump Attorney General would add to burgeoning voter suppression administratoin.
1:35pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Requests BNSF Railway answer questions about their severe weather practices.
9:34am
Senate Homeland Security & Gvoernmental Affairs. 44th senator co-sponsors legislation giving terminally ill patients hope.
4:58am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Supports Gold Star families.

12:43pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin elected to Senate leadership role.
8:52am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump could look to Wisconsin for big, bold agenda model.

Politics

2:22pm
Republican Governors Association. Announces 2017 leadership.
9:49am
Humphries for State Superintendent. Officially launches campaign for State Superintendent.

3:08pm
Appleton Post-Crescent. 19 Wisconsin ballots rejected over Voter ID.
4:57am
Chippewa Herald. Listening key for Summerfield's win in 67th race.
4:38am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Dodgeville school official launches state superintendent run.
4:35am
WEAU. Wisconsin state Senate race tightens after official count.
4:33am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Democrats back Keith Ellison as DNC chairman.

Tuesday November 15, 2016

Governor

9:43am
Gov. Walker. State Capitol Christmas Tree selected, harvested in Eagle River.

4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Health groups urge caution as state considers self-insurance.

Budget

3:29pm
S.O.S. Wauwatosa. Statement regarding DPI K-12 budget proposal.
12:08pm
DPI. Evers announces 2017-19 budget proposal.

4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Recent votes yield mixed results on using wheel tax to balance budget, care for roads.

Legislative

4:05pm
Sen.Tiffany, Rep. Jarchow. The time is now.
3:27pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: A great hunt is a safe hunt.
3:21pm
Sen. Bewley, Rep. Milroy. Better City Superior referendum passes overwhelmingly.
1:42pm
Rep. Nygren. To serve third term as Joint Finance Co-Chair.
12:50pm
Speaker Vos. Announces JFC Assembly Chair.
12:13pm
RPW. Wisconsin Republicans ready to move Wisconsin forward.
10:30am
Rep. Rodriguez. Re-elected as Majority Caucus Secretary.
4:35am
Rep. Kerkman. Re-elected Majority Caucus Sergeant-at-Arms.
4:34am
Rep. Steineke. Re-elected as Wisconsin Assembly Majority Leader.
4:31am
Rep. Quinn. Comments on election to Majority Caucus Vice-Chair.
4:30am
Speaker Vos. Re-elected Assembly Speaker.

1:49pm
Janesville Gazette. Co-chairs of Wisconsin's budget committee unchanged.
4:15am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Assembly Republicans pick Vos, Steineke as leaders again. Racine Journal Times. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

State Agencies

4:03pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:25pm
OCI. Bulletin to Insurers: Change in submission and payment for surplus lines taxes to OPTins.
2:36pm
DOT. Most road construction will be done in time for Thanksgiving travel.
9:33am
DOJ. Wisconsin Native American Drug and Gang Initiative Task Force recognized nationally.
4:29am
DOT. Fraud Awareness Week raises awareness of DMV's efforts to protect identity and prevent fraud.

1:49pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. State commercial fishers buck DNR's proposed limits on cisco harvests in Lake Superior.

Economy/Business

11:03am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Thanks the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty for putting a spolight on occupational licensing reform.
9:42am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. New study shows how growth of occupational licensing fences out opportunity to workers, resulting in fewer jobs and costing consumers $1.9 billion.
4:28am
MoolaPitch.com. Lets each of us be venture capitalists.

1:52pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Occupational licensing changes eyed in Wisconsin.

Environment/Outdoors

4:10am
Fox 11. Fox 11 Investigates: Hunting dogs killed by wolves.

Courts

4:22pm
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin. Brendan Dassey v. Michael A. Dittmann - Motion to stay the order granting the motion for release and request to expedite decision. Amended notice of appeal.
12:14pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Accepts eight new cases.
11:06am
District I Court of Appeals. Daniel J. Vidmar v. Milwaukee City Board of Fire Police Commissioners.

4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Driving while armed: Legal or not?

Education

4:19pm
UW-Stout. Faculty Senate committee approves resolution 'to promote equity, diversity, peace and justice.'
12:07pm
UW-Platteville. Education students conduct activities at Family Literacy Night.
11:05am
UW-Madison. Morgridge-UW project investigates tissue-engineered arteries for transplant.
11:04am
 UW-Stout. Video urges women to consider information technology field.

Local

9:32am
Washington County. Appoints new Central Services Director.

4:10am
WISN. Milwaukee suburbs face lead pipe dilemma.
4:09am
Fox 6. County Board overrides Abele's veto reducing his office's budget to 2011 levels.

Congress

3:23pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. It's no surprise Speaker Ryan was unanimously selected to serve a second term.
12:51pm
DPW. Statement on Trump White House hires.

1:44pm
The Hill. GOP votes to keep Ryan as Speaker.
1:43pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Mark Pocan: Donald Trump must nix top adviser 'revered by white nationalists.'
4:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump counties tied to Obamacare.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Vos praises Trump for tapping Priebus as Chief of Staff.

Federal Agencies

4:33am
U.S. DVA. Beaver Dam community-based outpatient clinic to hold open house for the public Thursday, November 17, 2016.

Politics

4:27am
DPW. Chair endorses Rep. Keith Ellison for DNC Chair.

1:51pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. GOP governors gather amid push for 'disruptive change.'
1:46pm
Bloomberg. Now in Trump's shadow, Republican governors put presidential aspirations on hold.
5:02am
Duluth News Tribune. How Johnson used data to pull off Wisconsin Senate upset.
4:59am
WQOW. Local delegate faces pressure from Clinton supporters.
4:22am
Wisconsin State Journal. At least 590 provisional ballots cast last week because voters lacked valid ID.
4:22am
Cap Times. 'White men with work boots and fuzzy beards': Wisconsin continues to sort out election results.
4:21am
NBC 15. Study underway to determine if voter ID law impacted Wisconsin turnout.
4:19am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Local taxpayers foot bills for campaign stops.

Monday November 14, 2016

Governor

11:30am
Various Health Care Groups. Memo to Gov. Walker on self-funding the State Group Health Program.

3:08pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Health care groups ask Scott Walker to consider impact of self-insurance.
5:00am
Racine Journal Times. Gov. Walker thanks veterans during Racine County visit.

Budget

5:18am
WXPR. Sen. Bewley wonders about transportation funding.
4:54am
Chilton Times Journal. Road funding presents issues for cities, counties.

Legislative

3:57pm
Rep. Rob Brooks. Elected Assistant Majority Leader.
2:45pm
Rep. Nygren. Applauds federal efforts to fight opioid abuse and addiction.
2:04pm
Rep. Goyke. Statement on Assembly Democratic leadership election.
12:31pm
Rep. Kolste. Encouraged with early success of Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
11:34am
Rep. Jarchow. Works at Wood Valley Farm for November work day.

12:43pm
NBC 15. Barca will run for minority leader again.
12:03pm
Janesville Gazette. Assembly GOP to pick leaders.
5:10am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bill would allow licensed guns at private schools.
4:43am
NBC 26. As Republicans focus on "bold plan," Democrats seek to reconnect with voters.

State Agencies

2:22pm
DNR. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks comments on draft environmental assessment for public access site development and renovation projects on navigable waters in Wisconsin.
2:15pm
DWD. Public comment period open on UI reform.
2:14pm
AG Schimel. Will file emergency motion in Dassey case.
10:58am
DOT. National Traffic Incident Response Week raises awareness for protecting first responders.

Statewide

11:27am
Richie Wickstrom & Wachs. Attorney Dana Wachs named 2016 Super Lawyer.
11:11am
PDPW. Offers herdsperson conference.
9:51am
Cornucopia Institute. Will corporate interests water down the meaning of organic food/farming?
5:14am
Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association. Participate in groundwater stakeholder workgroup.

5:03am
WBAY. More credit card skimmers found in Wisconsin.

Education

2:47pm
UW-Platteville. Special Agent to share insights about cultural diversity in criminal justice.
12:05pm
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. To launch Culinary Specialist degree.
9:50am
UW-Madison. Invention could help diabetics with safer, surer insulin injections.
8:55am
UW-River Falls. Named a military friendly school.

5:12am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. UWGB enrollment surges, bucks systemwide drop.
4:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Election aftershocks felt in Wisconsin schools.

Local

3:26pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Supervisors override Abele veto to reduce office budget.
3:20pm
Milwaukee County Clerk Czarnezki. Study to determine if voter ID law reduced Wisconsin turnout.
5:14am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 3 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.

4:45am
Milwaukee Business Journal. County Executive Abele accepts $30 wheel tax compromise by board.

Congress

2:48pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Congratulates Chairman Reince Priebus on his presidential appointment.
12:47pm
One Wisconsin Now. Trump appointment of Reince Priebus brings voter suppression advocate into Oval Office.
5:17am
Speaker Vos. Statement on Reince Priebus.

5:41am
Duluth News Tribune. Trump says same-sex marriage is settled law, but abortion isn't.
5:40am
Politico. Priebus pick a big boon for Ryan.
5:20am
USA Today. Trump: No 'big' vacations, no salary as president.
5:04am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Obamacare is doomed. Now what?
4:51am
Madison.com. Trump's path to boosting infrastructure is full of potholes.
4:49am
Daily Reporter. Tough reality looms for Trump, GOP Congress.
4:45am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Donald Trump says he'll deport 2-3 million people once in office.
4:42am
The Hill. Trump names Priebus, Bannon to WH staff.

Politics

2:56pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Bright spot: No to big $ goes 18 for 18 in Wisconsin!
8:49am
Bernier for 68th Assembly. Re-elected to 68th Assembly District.
5:17am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Doubles its vote total.

5:42am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: Congratulations, President-elect Trump.
5:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Walker to take lead in keeping GOP governors in power.
4:58am
WISN. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson credits voters' desire for change for his re-election.
4:56am
New York Times. Republicans expand control in a deeply divided nation.
4:55am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump's victory completes eight-year political reversal in Wisconsin.
4:52am
WISC. Soglin has harsh words for Clinton, Wisconsin Democrats.
4:47am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: Let's talk about Electoral College.
4:43am
WKOW. Pocan: Donald Trump's win shows voters are "tired of the same old style."

Friday November 11, 2016

Governor

12:50pm
Gov. Walker. Releases Veterans Day statement.

4:25am
WEAU. Gov. Walker honors veterans at Fort McCoy.

Legislative

12:56pm
Sen. Nass. UW-Eau Claire discriminates against religious students.
12:53pm
Rep. Zamarripa. "Thank You, Veterans." Spanish.
11:28am
Rep. Goyke. Commemorates Veterans Day 2016.
9:39am
Rep. Riemer. Commemorates Veterans Day.
9:05am
Sen. Darling. Named budget co-chair.
8:57am
Rep. Hesselbein. Veterans Day is more than parades.

4:31am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin Senate leader: Expect 'more of what we've been doing.'
4:21am
WJFW. State legislators don't expect sweeping new laws after GOP gains.
4:19am
WTMJ. Challenges with legalizing recreational marijuana in Wisconsin.
4:12am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Bigger Senate GOP caucus elects leaders.

State Agencies

3:32pm
WHEDA. VALOR home loan funds available to veterans.
3:30pm
Lower Wisconsin State Riverway Board. Discusses Lone Rock bridges.
12:54pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Nov. 14-20.
11:18am
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Nov. 14-18.
10:15am
DHS. UW Student-athletes encourage state residents to get a flu shot.
9:39am
AG Schimel. Celebrating our constitutional right.

11:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Justice Department still investigating Doe leak.
4:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Rule requires doctors to learn about opioid prescriptions.

Economy/Business

4:28am
KSTP. Larson Boats, economic anchor in Little Falls, leaving for Wisconsin.

Statewide

10:46am
Xcel Energy. Honors employees who are military veterans.

Education

11:55am
Marquette University. Cancer patients in Bangledesh, Nepal willing to use cell phone questionaires on symptoms, pain.
9:41am
Association for Equity in Funding. Association for Equity in Funding. Study results are critical to statewide reliance on school referendum.

9:19am
Racine Journal Times. No more super seniors, UW stresses getting out in 4 years.

Local

3:31pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Abele should stand with Milwaukee County residents and help shoulder the burden of our fiscal challenges.
11:59am
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Local construction jobs group project BIG STEP holds career fair.
9:51am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Protests and play-doh therapy? Enough already!

Congress

2:15pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on Veterans Day.
12:08pm
U.S. Rep. Kind. Honors Veterans Day at Menomonie Middle School Veterans Day program.

4:29am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Wisconsin bankers bullish on friendlier regulatory environment under a Trump presidency.
4:24am
Bloomberg. Trump shows every sign of carrying out sweeping immigration crackdown.
4:24am
Reuters. U.S. consumer financial agency could be defanged under Trump.
4:23am
The Hill. GOP may bring back budget bill to strike blow at ObamaCare.
4:17am
WBAY. Trump likely to try to reverse Obama environment initiatives.
4:11am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Obamacare repeal, term limits on Gallagher agenda.

Politics

2:44pm
Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Sexual assault and the 2016 elections.

4:30am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Third party candidate may have saved Senate Minority Leader Shilling's job.
4:27am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin GOP outpolls Trump.
4:26am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee elections head says voter ID law hurt city's turnout.
4:25am
Fox 6. "It helped us:" Donald Trump's strong support benefits GOP in Wisconsin Legislature.
4:20am
WJFW. Walker wouldn't accept Trump cabinet offer, says federal GOP power might influence decision to seek another term.
4:16am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Recount still possible in 32nd state Senate District.
4:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Anti-Trump protests continue; Opponents call them hypocrites. Cap Times.
4:13am
Stevens Point Journal. GOP senator on how he won in Dem district.
4:12am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Thousands protest Trump in Milwaukee, Madison, other cities.

Thursday November 10, 2016

Governor

1:29pm
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Honoring Wisconsin's Veterans.
10:09am
Gov. Walker. Highlights success at Northern Wisconsin Economic Development Summit.

Budget

12:07pm
Wisconsin Counties Association, Wisconsin Towns Association, League of Wisconsin Municipalities. Statewide nonpartisan consensus: It's time to fix Wisconsin's roads, transportation budget.

4:01am
WJFW. DOT Sec. Gottlieb tours Price County Highway Department; talks innovation, road funding.

Legislative

3:24pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Reelected Majority Leader.
3:07pm
Sen. Roth. Elected to serve as Senate President.
3:05pm
Sen. Marklein. Elected President Pro Tempore of the Wisconsin State Senate.
10:32am
Rep. Barca. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: "Democrats ready to tackle Wisconsin's challenges."
4:36am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Joining hands and respecting differences.

3:16pm
Daily Reporter. GOP gears up for road fight.
8:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin GOP credits Trump for strongest legislative majorities in decades.
6:07am
Wisconsin State Journal. Republicans eye funding for schools, tax cuts, minimum wage changes.
4:05am
Portage Daily Register. Assembly District 42: Transportation, schools on Ripp's plate for coming term.

State Agencies

4:37pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
4:22pm
DSPS. Meetings week of Nov. 14.
4:05pm
DSPS. Takes another step in fighting opioid abuse. Proposed Order. Prescribing Guidelines.
3:04pm
Wisconsin American Legion. Statement on WDVA Sec. Scocos resignation.
11:35am
DHS. 11 steps to combat the opioid crisis.
10:33am
DATCP. Layaway: Different stores, different rules.
8:30am
OCI. To hold federal health care town hall in Wausau.

4:26am
Cap Times. John Scocos to resign as Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs secretary. Wisconsin State Journal.
4:07am
La Crosse Tribune. La Crosse County officials unhappy with DNR wastewater response.

Economy/Business

6:13am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Terex to close plant, lay off 92 in Waukesha.
4:00am
WBAY. Algoma Hardwoods to close, affecting 180 employees.

Statewide

1:21pm
Covering Wisconsin. Post-election: ObamaCare plans, federal financial support, remain unchanged for 2017.
8:11am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Recognizes 17 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health.
4:38am
Cooperative Network. Schoenborn joins as director of communications.

8:32am
Cap Times. Wisconsin researchers, regulators focus on solutions to antibiotic resistance as concern grows internationally.

Courts

12:52pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty.  Files preliminary briefs with Wisconsin Supreme Court in two cases focusing on open meetings and 4th amendment questions.
8:24am
District IV Court of Appeals. Jeremy Ryan v. Charles Tubbs. 

10:11am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Wisconsin court voids $289K judgment for protesters.

Education

3:06pm
MPS. Advanced Placement Telepresence program expands students' opportunity.
3:03pm
UW System. Board of Regents discusses accelerating time to graduation for students.
1:52pm
UW System. President Cross reaffirms commitment to operational excellence.
1:29pm
UW-Platteville. Swenson honored with a teacher of the year award.
1:28pm
UW-Platteville. Flipped classroom helps students learn calculus.
11:59am
UW-Madison. Supermoon? Meh. It may be closer, but it won't be super duper.
11:05am
Alliance Defending Freedom. UW-Eau Claire to religious students: 'Your service doesn't count.'
11:04am
UW System. Board of Regents honors MacArthur 'genius' grant award winner Anne Basting, UW-Milwaukee professor.
11:02am
Morgridge Institute for Research. 'Prototype pathway' yields a novel organ transplant technology.
10:34am
UW-River Falls. Recognized as top performer in 2016 Sustainable Campus Index.

4:13am
Daily Reporter. Building referendums trump resistance to higher taxes. Wisconsin Watchdog.

Local

11:56am
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Common Council approves budget measure to boost Housing Trust Fund.

Congress

4:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. Editorial: Embrace your new freedom, Sen. Johnson. 
4:29am
CNN. Scott Walker: Get rid of the filibuster for Trump.
4:28am
The Hill. Trump, Ryan signal new chapter in relationship.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson: 'I can't wait to work with President Trump.'
4:22am
Wisconsin Public Radio. What a Trump victory means for the ACA's future.
4:02am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Trump faces hurdles, complications in repealing Obamacare.

Politics

12:37pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. What they're saying: Ron Johnson wins.
9:04am
Pro-Life Wisconsin. Election results provide opportunity to fully protect preborn.
4:39am
Ferriter for 42nd Assembly. Statement on election results.

3:15pm
Cap Times. 'Unbelievable': Wisconsin political observers continue to marvel at Trump, Johnson victories.
6:08am
Reedsburg Times-Press. Ed Brooks fends off challenge from Art Shrader.
6:06am
WKOW. Election results.
4:30am
Politico. How Democrats blew the Senate majority they knew was theirs.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. Tears, anguish, devastation for many female Clinton voters.
4:22am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Veteran Dave Hansen narrowly beats Wimberger.
4:19am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin immigrants fear deportation.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Western Wisconsin swings heavy for Donald Trump.
4:18am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Trump's Wisconsin victory in a graphic.
4:17am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Unease, excitement in Fox Cities after Trump win.
4:15am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Born beats Zahn in 39th Assembly District.
4:15am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Thiesfeldt clinches fourth term in Assembly.
4:14am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Great Lakes battlegrounds turned tide to Trump.
4:11am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: The big takeaway: America is angry.
4:10am
Beloit Daily News. Loudenbeck keeps 31st District.
4:10am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Region favors victor by substantial margin.
4:08am
Chippewa Herald. Republicans, Democrats assess huge GOP gains in Wisconsin.
4:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee business organization expresses optimism following Donald Trump win.
4:04am
River Falls Journal. It's Harsdorf again for District 10.
4:00am
WTMJ. 3 Wisconsinites could potentially fill Trump's cabinet.
3:59am
WEAU. Summerfield beats Hunt for Assembly seat.

Wednesday November 9, 2016

Governor

4:31pm
Gov. Walker. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Scocos to leave state service January 2017.

Legislative

4:20pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement to underrepresented communities in Wisconsin. Spanish.
1:31pm
Rep. Gannon. (Updated) Rule of law must be upheld.
12:07pm
Rep. Barca. Statement on election results.
9:12am
LAB. Report 16-8: Petroleum Inspection Fee Revenue Obligations Program. Briefing Sheet. Mobile Briefing Sheet.

State Agencies

10:36am
Ready Wisconsin. Are you ready for winter?
4:32am
DNR. Weekly news.

Courts

12:34pm
District II Court of Appeals. Certification: State v. Tydis Trinard Odom.
12:33pm
District II Court of Appeals. John Y. Westmas v. Selective Insurance Company of South Carolina.

Education

4:21pm
DPI. Citizens pass numerous referenda to support their local schools.
4:17pm
UW System. To recognize six institutions for earning UW VETS certification.
3:41pm
UW-Madison. CAE celebrates 50 years of strong support for UW's underrepresented students.
1:26pm
Marquette University. To dedicate new College of Nursing location in Pleasant Prairie.
12:23pm
UW-Madison. UW search team finds downed WWII plane.
12:05pm
UW-Stout. Veterans Day to include flag display, cards, Hike for Heroes.
11:40am
UW-Platteville. Has first endowed faculty chair.

Local

4:27am
Wausau Daily Herald. Wausau voters nix $20 wheel tax.

Congress

1:45pm
WIB. Calls upon Obama administration to halt implementation of new federal "overtime pay" regulations.
12:47pm
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on 2016 presidential election.

Politics

4:23pm
Voces de la Frontera. Trump's election means our relentless defense.
3:43pm
Brooks for 50th Assembly. Thanks voters for reelection.
3:40pm
Anderson for U.S. Senate. Congratulates Ron Johnson, praises LP candidates and campaign volunteers.
1:46pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. What Happened? 10 reasons why Trump won.
1:27pm
American Federation for Children. Wisconsin voters return bipartisan school choice majorities to Madison.
12:54pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Post-election update.
12:46pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Statement on Wisconsin election results.
12:21pm
DRIVE. Infrastructure investment wins big.
12:11pm
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Endorsed candidates dominate.
12:08pm
ABC of Wisconsin. Congratulates Johnson, Gallagher & Grothman on electoral victories.
11:38am
DPW. Statement on election results.
10:42am
Lassa for 24th Senate. Thanks volunteers for hard-fought campaign.
10:38am
Wisconsin United to Amend. Eighteen communities voted to amend the U.S. Constitution.
10:35am
One Wisconsin Now. Statements 'about last night.'
10:34am
Rodriguez for 21st Assembly. Wins re-election to state Assembly.
9:31am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Good night, America!
9:10am
American Majority. 20 trained new leaders win.
6:46am
WEAC. Statement on school referendum, General Election results.
4:53am
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Statement on 32nd Senate District results.
4:52am
Stafsholt for 29th Assembly. Elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly.
4:51am
Walker for Governor. Statement on the results of the presidential election.
4:50am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Congratulates Donald Trump on 'incredible victory.'
4:49am
Testin for 24th Senate. Statement on election victory.
4:48am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Unborn babies win.
4:47am
Czaja for 35th Assembly. Wins re-election campaign for state Assembly.
4:46am
Feyen for 18th Senate. Declares victory in the state Senate race.
4:45am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Statement on election victory.
4:44am
WMC. Congratulates Senator Johnson on re-election to the U.S. Senate.
4:44am
Tiffany for 12th Senate. Voters choose Tiffany.
4:43am
Cowles for 2nd Senate. Thanks voters for his reelection.
4:42am
Harris for 18th Senate. Statement on 18th Senate District results.
4:41am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Statement on election victory.
4:40am
NRSC. Congratulates Ron Johnson.
4:39am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Victory speech.
4:38am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Congratulates Ron Johnson on his historic U.S. Senate victory.
4:36am
Nelson for 8th Congress. Statement on tonight's election results.
4:34am
Wisconsin Right to Life. Celebrates congressional pro-life victories.
4:33am
One Wisconsin Now. Election winner: Early voting.

1:29pm
Reuters. Trump's win will restore conservative Supreme Court majority.
12:49pm
La Crosse Tribune. Shilling edges Kapanke by 58 votes in state Senate race.
12:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin's Capitol shifts farther to right.
11:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson lays out 100-day goals for GOP.
10:48am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Shilling holds thin lead in state Senate race.
9:34am
Janesville Gazette. Wisconsin election turnout near 20-year low.
9:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Gov. Walker rules out position on Trump cabinet.
9:17am
Politico. Meet Trump's cabinet-in-waiting. 
4:55am
La Crosse Tribune. Balance of power in the Wisconsin Legislature.
4:29am
The Hill. SENATE: Republicans defy odds to keep majority.
4:27am
Marshfield News-Herald. Sprios wins 86th Assembly race.
4:26am
Racine Journal Times. Vos, Mason appear to defeat challengers.
4:23am
Wisconsin State Journal. Map: Wisconsin vote totals by county for president and U.S. Senate.
4:22am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Bernier leads in 68th District.
4:20am
La Crosse Tribune. Republicans keep majorities in state Assembly, Senate.
4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Trump becomes 1st Republican presidential candidate since 1984 to win Wisconsin.
4:15am
WKBT. Nerison wins 7th term in Assembly.
4:14am
WFRV. Election 2016's price tag: $6.8 billion.
4:10am
WTMJ. Jim Sensenbrenner wins 8th U.S. House term.
4:10am
WAOW. Patrick Snyder wins 85th Assembly seat.
4:09am
WJFW. Tiffany defeats Van Stippen for the 12th Senate District.
4:08am
WXOW. Doyle keeps 94th Assembly District seat.
4:06am
Oshkosh Northwestern. How did pollsters get Trump, Clinton election so wrong?
4:04am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Feyen defeats Harris in Senate battle.
4:03am
Sheboygan Press. Katsma beats Clarke in Assembly race.
4:03am
Sheboygan Press. Vorpagel defeats Bulebosh in Assembly race.
4:02am
Janesville Gazette. Pocan bests Theron in 2nd Congressional District race.
4:01am
La Crosse Tribune. Pronschinske upsets Danou in 92nd.
4:00am
La Crosse Tribune. 70th Assembly District: VanderMeer wins easily.
4:00am
WISC. Exit poll: Economy, honesty important to Wisconsin voters.
3:59am
Chippewa Herald. Duffy defeats Hoeft in 7th District.
3:58am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Mike Gallagher wins 8th District House seat.
3:57am
Fox 11. Grothman wins re-election in 6th Congressional District.
3:56am
Reuters. Republican Speaker Ryan re-elected to U.S. House from Wisconsin.
3:56am
Fox 11. Feingold on losing to Johnson again: 'I didn't expect this outcome.'
3:55am
Wisconsin State Journal. Ron Johnson defeats Russ Feingold in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race.
3:54am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily-Tribune. AP: Krug wins 72nd Assembly race.
3:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP strengthens hold on Legislature.
3:51am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Wisconsin's move to the Trump column makes history.
3:50am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump wins presidency after stunning victory in Wisconsin.
3:50am
Bloomberg. Trump defeats Clinton in stunning upset that rocks markets.

Tuesday November 8, 2016

State Agencies

10:47am
WEDC. Seeks companies for China trade venture.
10:45am
ETF. Preliminary WRS investment performance.
10:17am
DATCP. Comments close Nov. 15 on Omega 500F for potatoes.
10:16am
DWD. Input on Wisconsin's unemployment and worker's compensation programs needed.
10:13am
OCI. To hold federal health care town hall in Tomahawk.

8:18am
Cap Times. Department of Veterans Affairs investigating employee who raised concerns about King home.

Statewide

2:00pm
Disability Rights Wisconsin. Mourns the passing of extraordinary disability advocate, Olivia Quigley.

Courts

8:35am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Richard A. Kranitz.

Education

10:13am
UW-Madison. First cellular atlas of DNA-binding molecule could advance precision therapies.
4:33am
TAA. Executive Board statement in response to offensive costume.

4:18am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 67 school referendum questions on ballots across Wisconsin.

Local

4:35am
Wisconsin Justice Initiative. Lauds Milwaukee Common Council, County Board municipal court actions.

4:31am
Fox 11. Green Bay City Council uses excess sales tax money to maintain tax rate.
4:25am
WTMJ. Milwaukee County Board approves $30 wheel tax. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 
4:07am
La Crosse Tribune. Special county sales tax for roads likely on hold for more input.

Politics

11:44am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Record early voting & election day voting are blows for democracy.
4:34am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Today is Election Day: What you need to know.

1:57pm
Cap Times. Madison Election Day turnout lower than 2012 so far.
1:15pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Heavy turnout, few problems in Milwaukee, statewide.
5:08am
Reuters. At long last, Americans decide between Clinton and Trump.
4:23am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. President, Senate top full ballot on Tuesday.
4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Russ Feingold thanks volunteers 'in advance' for Democratic wins in Wisconsin.
4:22am
WBAY. Sen. Ron Johnson's final push before Election Day.
4:21am
Cap Times. Counties won by Obama in 2012 lead Wisconsin in 2016 early voting.
4:20am
Fox 11. Feingold, Johnson in Oshkosh on final full day of campaign.
4:20am
WUWM. Milwaukee police, U.S. Justice Dept. will watch polling places on election day.
4:19am
WSAW. Duffy, Hoeft make final campaign stops across Wisconsin.
4:17am
Racine Journal Times. Trump, Johnson hope to break Democratic streaks in Wisconsin.
4:16am
Fox 6. Ahead of election day, clerks prepare polling places, absentee ballots for counting.
4:16am
La Crosse Tribune. Coulee Region sees high absentee voting numbers.
4:15am
Green Bay Press-Gazette. Local clerks order extra ballots, just in case.
4:14am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson wants to 'drain the swamp' Russ Feingold wants to 'clean' it.
4:14am
Appleton Post-Crescent. 5 things to know before you vote.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin congressional candidate highlights mother's suicide as need for more gun control.
4:11am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Election Day in Manitowoc: What to know.
4:10am
Sheboygan Press. Sheboygan County expecting near-record turnout.
4:09am
Racine Journal Times. Election officials expect high voter turnout.
4:09am
Marshfield News-Herald. Everything you need to know before you vote.
4:08am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. West-central Wis. Assembly races expensive.

Monday November 7, 2016

Legislative

3:16pm
Rep. Kremer. Announces "Securing Our Schools" forum.
9:11am
Rep. Kremer. Column: Fire Prevention vs. School Security.

4:34am
Racine Journal Times. Editorial: State law should address police body-camera footage.

State Agencies

2:33pm
DATCP. Veterinary Examining Board seeks rules advisory committee members.
10:44am
DNR. Staff to host final online deer season chat Thursday, Nov. 10 at noon.

Economy/Business

3:15pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.

Environment/Outdoors

4:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State forests to see more cutting.

Statewide

12:51pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Racine's Dr. Ned Murphy sworn in as president.
10:38am
PDPW. World Class Webinars series highlights farm succession.
9:03am
Survival Coalition. Celebrates National Family Careprovider Month and the contributions of all direct care workers in Wisconsin.

Education

4:06pm
MPS. Expands successful initiatives.
2:32pm
UW-Madison. Variable tree growth after fire protects forests from future bark beetle outbreaks.
2:31pm
DPI. Eight projects to receive 'Standing up for Rural Wisconsin' awards.
1:24pm
UW-Madison. Zebra mussels invade Lake Mendota.
1:23pm
UW-Stout. Publication by Honors College students receives award.
1:03pm
Marquette University. Law School to host Restorative Justice Conference focused on domestic violence.

Local

4:05pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Haas. Discovery adds $500,000 for parks to 2017 budget.
3:17pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Hails supervisors' adoption of balanced budget.
12:52pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. Deputies arrest 9 in weekend Operation Drive Sober initiative.
10:16am
Hunger Task Force. Extends hours for the holidays.

4:42am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Western Wisconsin residents still recovering from September flooding.

Congress

4:04pm
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson requests greater transparency about FBI's most recent Clinton email review.
4:55am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Chairman Johnson statement on FBI decision regarding Clinton email investigation.

Politics

1:46pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Correcting the record: Backs Ed Brooks in Reedsburg-area Assembly race.
12:50pm
One Wisconsin Now. The early votes are in.
12:49pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Wisconsinites shatter absentee voting records.
12:47pm
Marquette University. To host Election Day viewing party.
9:14am
Bublr Bikes. Rides will be free on Election Day to get voters to polls.
9:14am
Voces de la Frontera Action. Launches Wisconsin-wide GOTV radio and TV ads in Spanish.
9:10am
Republican Party of Dane County Announces election night watch.
4:54am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Statewide list of free rides to the polls on Election Day.

1:01pm
WISC. Johnson says he needs "massive" turnout.
1:00pm
Cap Times. Tammy Baldwin: Comey letter 'may have' influenced early voters.
1:00pm
ABC News. Johnson, Feingold make last push before election.
12:59pm
Cap Times. Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson deliver their closing arguments in Wisconsin Senate race.
12:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. TV ads pop up in Assembly races.
12:53pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Nearly 800,000 early votes cast so far in Wisconsin.
4:57am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A lot of Trump and Clinton supporters have big qualms.
4:53am
Bloomberg. FBI absolves Clinton again, two days ahead of U.S. election.
4:53am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Could Wisconsin point way for nation?
4:52am
WISC. Sensenbrenner stumps for Trump in Wisconsin.
4:51am
NBC 15. Russ Feingold joins canvass kickoff in Madison. 
4:49am
Fox 11. Speaker Ryan joins Gallagher in final push for 8th District votes.
4:49am
Fox 11. Feingold reacts to Johnson rally with Pence.
4:48am
Wisconsin State Journal. Newt Gingrich says country could become 'Madison, Wisconsin' under Trump.
4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mike Pence, Paul Ryan urge Republicans to 'come home' for Donald Trump.
4:46am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson, Feingold make last frantic pushes.
4:45am
Fox 11. Pence heaping praise on Ryan in Wisconsin.
4:45am
Racine Journal Times. Key races up and down the ballot Tuesday.
4:44am
McClatchy DC. Presidential race, Senate contest top Wisconsin ballot.
4:44am
McClatchy DC. GOP poised to retain a smaller House majority in election.
4:43am
The Guardian. Wisconsin and Arizona offer tempting prizes to Trump and Clinton.
4:43am
Cap Times. Donald Trump cancels Wisconsin rally just as Paul Ryan says he would campaign with him.
4:42am
WBAY. More than 685,000 voted early in Wisconsin.
4:41am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Super PACs spend big on Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race.
4:40am
Wisconsin State Journal. To boost wages, Ron Johnson, Russ Feingold have different visions.
4:39am
Tomah Journal. Republicans take aim at Feingold.
4:39am
WBAY. Ryan campaigns for Johnson; dodges question about impeaching Clinton.
4:37am
WBAY. Sen. Baldwin campaigns for Feingold, Nelson.
4:37am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. 5 things to know about 70th Assembly race.
4:36am
La Crosse Tribune. Kaine touts support of 'strong women' in La Crosse visit.
4:36am
Beloit Daily News. Editorial: The worst choices from the parties.
4:35am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Editorial: Let voting start early, but not too early.

Friday November 4, 2016

Legislative

4:01pm
DPW. Amid historic turnout, Republicans propose voting limits.
10:28am
One Wisconsin Now. GOP scheming to limit voting before November 2016 election is even over.
5:00am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Local referenda replace the lack of state education funds.

8:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. GOP leader wants early voting limits.

State Agencies

1:47pm
DATCP. Hearing set on new veterinary medical surgery rule.
12:31pm
DWD. Meetings and hearings, Nov. 7-11.
12:14pm
DNR. Hearings and meetings, Nov. 7-13.
11:52am
DATCP. Petition period opens for 2017 Ag Enterprise Areas.
10:32am
DSPS. Meetings, week of Nov. 7.
9:09am
DFI. Nominations still being accepted for 2016 Governor's Financial Literacy Award.
4:59am
DNR. Outdoor Report. 

3:54pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State pays $300,000 to youth inmate.

Economy/Business

9:24am
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Payroll employment rises by 161,000 in October; unemployment rate changes little (4.9%).

9:25am
Bloomberg. Payrolls in U.S. rise 161,000 in October as wages accelerate.

Environment/Outdoors

4:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. Bucks are center of CWD outbreak, new study shows.

Statewide

11:17am
The Arc. Lisa Pugh appointed State Director.
10:29am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Former WARF leader Gulbrandsen to join 'Investor Hall of Fame.'
4:59am
Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin. Executive Director hired.

8:35am
Wisconsin Ag Connection. State cheese output rises for 24 consecutive months.
4:56am
WKBT. Opioid prescriptions declining in Wisconsin.
4:32am
Badger Herald. Wisconsin dairy farmers skeptical of trade agreement.

Courts

4:47am
Chippewa Herald. Koshnick named new Wisconsin court director.

Education

5:05am
UW-Stout. At memorial service, friends say Alnahdi left lasting impression.

5:32am
Reuters. More U.S. middle school students dying of suicide than car crashes.
4:18am
Fond du Lac Reporter. Districts grapple with social media threats.

Local

5:03am
Michael Best. Hosts Meat & Mingle event benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County.

4:22am
Chicago Tribune. Hundreds attend meeting on proposed Amtrak Hiawatha project.
4:20am
Stevens Point Journal. Stevens Point may hike taxes for road work.

Congress

12:11pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Joins bipartisan group of senators to urge the Surface Transportation Board to take action to increase competition and ensure fair treatment for shippers.

Politics

4:14pm
DPW. ICYMI: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin sets early voting record.
3:19pm
Libertarian Party of Dane County. Hosting Election Night celebration for Gary Johnson, Phil Anderson campaigns.
1:46pm
Stroebel for 20th Senate. Senator Ted Cruz endorses.
1:45pm
Humphries for State Superintendent. Senator Vinehout is right, this isn't the first year we've set our expectations too low.
12:33pm
Hunt for 67th Assembly. Wisconsin Restaurant Associaton endorses.
12:26pm
Voces de la Frontera Action. Wisconsin Latinx voters could have final say in tight Senate race.
12:12pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Feingold outspent 5-to-1 by outside groups.
12:00pm
Loras College Poll. Clinton maintains lead in Wisconsin, Feingold and Johnson in tight race.
10:36am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Has reached over 2.5 million Wisconsin voters in 2016.
10:31am
Hunt for 67th Assembly. Chippewa Herald endorses.
10:27am
RPW. Don't send him back: Feingold's unwavering support for ObamaCare.
10:26am
One Wisconsin Now. Sen. Ron Johnson is on a bus tour with a Trump.
9:10am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches new radio ad on Senator Feingold's lies.
8:36am
American Majority. Conservative group's ground-game hits 50,000 door knocks to get out the vote for Ron Johnson.
5:08am
Constitution Party of Wisconsin. Trump: The Republican fantasy.
5:07am
Solen for 1st Congress. Paul Ryan should quit his reelection now, Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District deserves better than a representative who will resign soon.
5:04am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Early, in-person absentee voting ends TODAY for most Wisconsinites.
5:02am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Voter turnout estimated at 3.1 million.

4:36pm
Daily Reporter. Construction groups go big with election spending.
3:08pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Joe Biden: On policy, Ron Johnson and Donald Trump 'carbon copies of each other.' Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
1:50pm
The Hill. Ryan pushes back: 'I am going to seek staying on as Speaker.'
12:15pm
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Doyle has track record of bipartisan leadership.
11:57am
La Crosse Tribune. Editorial: Feingold remains an independent voice.
10:38am
Cap Times. Dane County Republicans, still a key GOP contingency, gear up for election.
9:11am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 79th Assembly District.
8:43am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Top races show signs of ticket splitting.
8:42am
Politico. Johnson surges for fight to the finish in Wisconsin.
8:40am
Politico. Pence to campaign with Ryan and Sen. Johnson in Wisconsin.
5:45am
The Hill. Chatter grows that Ryan could step down.
5:35am
New York Times. Voters express disgust over U.S. politics in new Times/CBS Poll.
5:21am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson-Feingold race turns into ad war.
4:56am
WBAY. Trump makes last-minute push in Wisconsin with visit Sunday.
4:55am
NBC 26. Millennial voters still undecided in presidential election.
4:35am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: The choice for U.S. Senate.
4:34am
Wisconsin State Journal. Surprise: Donald Trump doesn't seem to be hurting Ron Johnson.
4:34am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Return Johnson to the Senate.
4:33am
Racine Journal Times. Baldwin touts Clinton, Feingold at Parkside.
4:32am
Fox 11. Early voting ends Friday at 5 p.m. in northeast Wisconsin.
4:31am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. 90 percent turnout likely on Election Day, clerk says.
4:30am
Beloit Daily News. Illinois senator visits Beloit to help boost Russ Feingold.
4:29am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Johnson, Feingold spar over health care again.
4:28am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Johnson campaigns across western Wisconsin with Eric Trump.
4:28am
ABC News. Johnson, Feingold make final pitches in tightening race.
4:27am
Bloomberg. Republican voters rallying to Trump leave leaders in awkward spot.
4:25am
Wisconsin State Journal. State commission expects 3.1 million Wisconsinites to vote in Tuesday's election.
4:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Kind running unopposed for congressional seat.
4:24am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Officials worried about declining participation in local government.
4:23am
La Crosse Tribune. Governor joins Kapanke, Bradley for pep talk at local GOP HQ.
4:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Health care positions separate 32nd Senate District candidates.
4:20am
Wausau Daily Herald. Duffy, Hoeft highlight differences at debate.
4:19am
Racine Journal Times. August faces challenger for Assembly seat.

Thursday November 3, 2016

Governor

11:52am
Gov. Walker. Weekly Radio Address: Report indicates efforts to fight drug abuse in Wisconsin on track.

Legislative

10:17am
Sen. Erpenbach. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "You have a choice."
9:03am
ABC of Wisconsin. Applauds Rural Wisconsin Workforce Development Initiative.

7:09am
Christian Science Monitor. How tax cuts changed Wisconsin.

State Agencies

11:53am
DWD. Governor proclaims November as Career Development Month in Wisconsin.
9:57am
DVA Sec. Scocos. Honoring Wisconsin veterans' legacy of service.
4:41am
DWD. Survey of occupational injuries and illnesses shows decline in Wisconsin.

Statewide

1:57pm
UW Health. Connie Schulze joins as Director of Governmental Affairs.
10:01am
State Bar of Wisconsin. That's a fine idea! State Bar reveals 2016 Top Legal Innovators.
9:17am
Dairyland Power Cooperative. Announces more solar projects.

4:35am
NBC 26. Violence against law enforcement is escalating.
4:05am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin tribal leaders weigh in on federal government's tribal consultation process.

Courts

3:28pm
Wisconsin Supreme Court. Chief Judge Randy R. Koschnick selected as next director of state courts.

4:08am
Wisconsin State Journal. State ordered to pay Madison teachers union for records denial.

Education

3:31pm
Sen. Vinehout. Mr. Humphries - long on blame, short on facts.
3:26pm
UW-Stout. Alumnus, business exec wants employees with right attitudes.
12:30pm
UW-Stout. Memorial fund in student's name established by University Foundation.
11:59am
DPI Supt. Evers. Statement on plan for MPS.
11:19am
UW-River Falls. Events honoring veterans scheduled.
9:56am
Uw-Madison. A vision for genes: One-of-a-kind geneticist snags Ph.D.
9:56am
UW-River Falls. Senior presents 'Illustrating Medicine' exhibition.
9:55am
UW-River Falls. Workshop for educators to address teaching children who experienced trauma.
9:53am
Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League. Announces top fall athletes.
9:15am
Humphries for State Superintendent. The first step to fixing MPS is to acknowledge there's a problem.

9:17am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Driver unveils major improvement plans for MPS.
4:07am
Chippewa Herald. Wisconsin voters passing more referendums.

Local

3:32pm
Milwaukee County Health & Human Services. Milwaukee community leader appointed as newest member to Mental Health Board.
2:48pm
City of Milwaukee, Bublr Bikes. Complete installation of 10 new bike share stations.

2:17pm
CBS 58. Milwaukee County raises $15 minimum wage for county workers.
4:24am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. County panel approves $30 wheel tax.

Congress

8:17am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Stands with American steelworkers, urges rejection of proposed Chinese purchase of U.S. aluminum producer.
4:40am
Senate Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs. Johnson applauds Obama Administration rule implementing his measure to fight opioid epidemic.

4:06am
La Crosse Tribune. Baldwin discusses college debt, equality at UW-L.

Politics

3:24pm
RPW. Launches 60-second radio ad: "The issues matter."
2:19pm
DOT. People who need an ID to vote are encouraged to get it now.
1:55pm
One Wisconsin Now. ICYMI: Report raises questions about whether Wisconsin Attorney General targeting Democratic voting areas with election 'observers.'
1:16pm
La Crosse County Republican Party. Buy radio ads.
11:54am
One Wisconsin Institute. Data confirms: Voters vote when given the opportunity to vote.
10:04am
Smith for 14th Senate. Barack Obama endorses.
10:04am
Harris for 18th Senate. Barack Obama endorses.
9:23am
One Wisconsin Now. Why would an Arkansas billionaire write Dan Feyen a $1,000 check?
9:08am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Endorsed by local elected officials.
5:04am
Testin for 24th Senate. Launches ad, "Raise the Bar."
4:43am
RPW. Sends document shredder to Bernie Sanders rally in Milwaukee.
4:42am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Launches new TV ad with unifying message of safe, prosperous, and secure Wisconsin and America.

3:25pm
USA Today. Wisconsin rematch is one of eight races that will determine Senate control.
2:46pm
Jefferson County Daily Union. Kleefisch: Record makes him attractive candidate.
2:38pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Early vote excels in Democratic counties.
12:02pm
Jefferson County Daily Union. Vruwink: Public service commitment important.
11:55am
River Falls Journal. College affordability among top issues for local legislative candidates.
11:21am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Michalak: Incumbent challenge a necessity.
11:17am
WISC. Republican women go on the air for Trump.
9:48am
McClatchy DC. GOP Senate committee makes last-minute buy in Wisconsin.
9:21am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Eric Trump says Ron Johnson can execute his dad's vision.
9:07am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. President Trump or President Clinton? These key groups offer clues to Tuesday's outcome.
7:11am
Cap Times. Cybersecurity is focus to protect voter information, track ballots for Wisconsin's Elections Commission.
5:01am
McClatchy DC. Independents leaning toward Trump in polls after FBI furor erupts.
5:01am
Duluth News Tribune. Koch brothers target Feingold in big ad buy in Wisconsin.
4:38am
WQOW. Eric Trump to visit Eau Claire on Thursday with Sen. Ron Johnson.
4:34am
WTMJ. Bernie Sanders voters still not sure if they're ready to support Clinton.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sanders, Feingold headline early vote rally.
4:19am
Washington Post. Turns out Wisconsin's Senate seat isn't a lock for Democrats.
4:17am
The Hill. Senate Republicans smell an upset in Wisconsin battle.
4:16am
ABC News. 11 Senate races to watch on election night.
4:16am
McClatchy DC. GOP plan for a Clinton presidency: Block and resist.
4:15am
La Crosse Tribune. Sen. Ron Johnson: 'Clinton disqualified herself.'
4:14am
NBC 15. Clinton's absence from Wisconsin is break from history.
4:14am
WTMJ. Wisconsin Humane Society flooded with calls over political ad.
4:13am
Janesville Gazette. Editorial: Paul Ryan's fight for the GOP's soul.
4:13am
Janesville Gazette. Eight 17-year-olds voted illegally in spring elections in Janesville.
4:11am
Walworth County Today. Vote 2016: Assembly Districts preview.
4:08am
Marshfield News-Herald. Chelsea Clinton stumps for mom at UW-Oshkosh.
4:04am
Wisconsin Radio Network. Vice President Joe Biden to campaign for Clinton in Wisconsin.

Wednesday November 2, 2016

Governor

10:38am
Gov. Walker. Executive Order #221: Flags to be flown at half-staff for Deputy Dan Glaze of the Rusk County Sheriff's Office.

12:51pm
Westby Times. Walker announces disaster assistance for western Wisconsin flood victims.

Legislative

2:42pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Camp Randall racism shows ugly climate of hate.
1:23pm
WMC. Sen. Marklein receives state Chamber's "Working for Wisconsin" Award.
9:46am
Rep. Ripp. First transportation informational hearing set on WisDOT budget request.

3:36pm
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Assembly GOP to hold first hearing on roads budget.

State Agencies

3:41pm
DWD. Public comment period open on worker's compensation reform.
1:01pm
DOT. Last month was the third safest month of October in terms of traffic deaths since World War II.
10:56am
Ready Wisconsin. Prepare to "Fall Back" by checking home detectors.
9:47am
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Board approves $8.4 million in state trust fund loans,.
8:11am
Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene. Wisconsin nonfatal work injuries decline in 2015.
4:42am
Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association. Welcomes Fred Souba, Jr. as Chief State Forester.

1:26pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Former paper mill executive named Wisconsin's top forester.

Economy/Business

7:48am
WMC. 29th Annual Wisconsin Manufactuer of the Year Awards.

Statewide

3:50pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Opposition to Trans-Pacific Partnership evident in diary producer survey.
10:31am
Michael Best. Receives National Tier 1 ranking.

Education

3:40pm
UW-Stout. Girls' summer science program honored by state organization.
2:31pm
DPI. Hearing on High Cost Special Education rules set for Nov. 17.
1:11pm
UW-Madison. Program recognized for advancing education of Wisconsin nurses.
1:10pm
UW-Stout. City, university offer reward for information on death of student.
1:08pm
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, School Choice Wisconsin. Response to Christian Science Monitor article regarding Wisconsin's rural schools, finances.
1:00pm
UW-Madison. Liquid crystal design method could speed development of cheap chemical sensors.
9:44am
One Wisconsin Institute. Real life stores from Caroline and Meilssa and Maurice highlight toll of student loan crisis, importance of borrowers making voices heard in November 8 election.

4:19am
Stevens Point Journal. Student debt follows graduates into careers.

Local

4:27am
WISN. Rezoning vote puts Estabrook Dam closer to demolition.
4:23am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Milwaukee community leaders begin developing prevention plan to curb city violence.

Congress

10:33am
U.S. Rep. Kind. Applauds Small Business Administration's disaster declaration for western & central Wisconsin.
7:49am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Senators have new questions for Mylan about EpiPen price hike, pricing strategy.

4:34am
Janesville Gazette. Ryan expresses confidence in retaining House speaker post.

Politics

4:07pm
RPW. Six days left: Where are Feingold's State Department emails.
3:52pm
Bowen for 10th Assembly. Excited to see Bernie Sanders tonight, fully endorses and supports Hillary Clinton and Russ Feingold.
3:05pm
Testin for 24th Senate. Statement on National Federation of Independent Business endorsement.
2:44pm
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Responds to Marquette Poll showing Feingold leading by just one point.
2:29pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Electioneering groups set spending record in legislative elections.
2:08pm
Anderson for U.S. Senate. Wisconsin Right to Life fails voters on candidate choices and positions.
2:05pm
Anderson for U.S. Senate. Calls for end to student loan program.
1:33pm
U.S.P.I.E Jon Rygiewicz signs pledge to fight federal involvement in local education.
1:18pm
Marquette Law School Poll. New poll finds Clinton leading Trump by 6% in Wisconsin; Senate race is virtually tied.
11:50am
One Wisconsin Now. Can Brad Schimel be trusted on 'election integrity'? Doubtful.
10:47am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. New ad highlights Senator Feingold's 34 years of broken promises.
10:42am
DPW. Associated Press: Democratic counties outpacing Republican counties nearly 2-to-1 after over 460,000 early votes cast.
10:29am
Zamarripa for 8th Assembly. Announces TV ad campaign to get out the vote.
9:42am
AG Schimel. Announces election integrity efforts.
4:45am
Solen for 1st Congress. Not running to be a political telemarketer.
4:43am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Do not be intimidated by irresponsible & dangerous talk of "rigged elections" & "voter fraud."
4:40am
DPW. WisGOP goes full "Trump Train" in Eau Claire.

1:30pm
La Crosse Tribune. Holbrook says public education, infrastructure need rescue.
1:06pm
Cap Times. Wisconsin DOJ will deploy 'election integrity teams' to monitor some polling places.
1:04pm
WBAY. Poll: Clinton up 6 points in Wisconsin; Senate race neck-and-neck.
12:47pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Marquette poll shows Russ Feingold, Ron Johnson in statistical tie.
10:55am
Janesville Gazette. Flurry of ads continue in Wisconsin Senate race.
9:52am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Hidden-donors backed group attacks Republicans on arena.
8:32am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 31st Assembly District.
8:31am
Wisconsin State Journal. Election 2016: 50th Assembly District.
8:14am
Wausau Daily Herald. Q&A with Assembly District 35 Rep. Mary Czaja.
4:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Environmental issues at forefront of 12th state Senate District race.
4:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Meet the academically inclined Marine running for Congress.
4:50am
La Crosse Tribune. State senate candidates clash over Planned Parenthood, voter ID.
4:36am
Cap Times. Ron Johnson says he will make sure any Clinton Supreme Court nominees are 'strongly vetted.'
4:33am
Sheboygan Press. Giuliani talks up Trump in Green Bay-area stop.
4:32am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Chelsea Clinton to visit UW-Oshkosh Wednesday.
4:31am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Tim Kaine: Wisconsin will play 'key' role.
4:27am
WXOW. Money for roads, education part of 32nd Senate debate topics.
4:26am
WQOW. Rep. Dana Wachs voices concern about Donald Trump's visit to Eau Claire.
4:26am
Beloit Daily News. Pocan and Theron rematch in 2nd district.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Trump upbeat about chances in Eau Claire visit.
4:24am
Chicago Tribune. 'He's not one of us': Trump still tough sell for GOP base in Wisconsin.
4:22am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Latino voters hope to impact Wisconsin outcome.
4:22am
Cap Times. Tim Kaine in Madison: Wisconsin 'one of six or seven' battleground states.
4:21am
CNN. Trump encourages early voting Clinton supporters to switch their votes.
4:20am
WKOW. Johnson: Clinton could be impeached if elected president.
4:20am
Janesville Gazette. Rock County 'We the People' referendum to hit ballot.
4:19am
NBC News. Trump sails along on message with Wisconsin GOP behind him.
4:18am
Janesville Gazette. Two newcomers meet in race for 43rd Assembly district.
4:17am
WBAY. Write-in votes toward registered candidates will only be tallied in Wisconsin.
4:17am
La Crosse Tribune. Donald Trump urges voters to recast their ballots for him.
4:16am
WSAW. Kaine tells voters in Appleton their state is critical.

Tuesday November 1, 2016

Governor

3:05pm
Wisconsin Medical Society. Report shows positive steps in opioid epidemic fight.
1:13pm
Gov. Walker. Announces disaster assistance for western Wisconsin flood victims.
10:11am
Gov. Walker. Highlights efforts to end drug abuse in Wisconsin, applauds findings of first report by the Controlled Substances Board. Report.

Legislative

3:57pm
DNR Sec. Stepp. Letter to Joint Audit co-chairs requesting extension for response to Wastewater Permitting and Enforcement Program Audit. Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman letter in response.
3:04pm
Sen. Lassa. Column: Higher fuel prices call for a home heating checkup.
3:02pm
Rep. Quinn. Coming together for tomorrow's workforce.
11:44am
Rep. Taylor. Attorney General admits to picking and choosing what laws to enforce.
11:43am
Rep. Hebl. Column: Wisconsin's future is directly dependent on the quality of public education.
4:33am
Rep. Kessler. Hypocrisy defined.

3:42pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Schimel gave leak cursory review.
4:13am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Vukmir: School choice is working for Wisconsin students.

State Agencies

4:24pm
Wisconsin Historical Foundation. Decorate your home with the 2016 Wisconsin State Capitol Holiday Ornament.
3:45pm
Wisconsin Paper Council. Applauds selection of Fred Souba as chief state forester.
3:06pm
DNR. Weekly news.
12:00pm
DWD. Launches new online form to report suspected cases of worker's compensation fraud.
11:37am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - Nov. 2016.
11:10am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - Nov. 2016.
9:18am
AG Schimel. Saving lives.
9:18am
OCI. Administrative Actions October 2016

1:11pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin, Illinois taking input on Amtrak expansion between Milwaukee, Chicago.
4:29am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State expects 7,000 more homeowners to seek energy assistance compared to last winter.
4:10am
Stevens Point Journal. DOT seeks to make part of State 29 a freeway.

Economy/Business

11:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Typical We Energies winter heating bill could rise by $70.
4:31am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Area manufacturing report returns in negative territory.

Statewide

10:45am
Midwest Food Processors Association. Announces new insurance product for members.

Courts

8:02am
District I Court of Appeals. State v. F.B.

4:17am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Clean Wisconsin suing DNR over high-capacity well policy.

Education

11:09am
Marquette University. Microsoft president Smith to discuss technology, diversity and future challenges in visit to Marquette Law School.
10:31am
UW-Madison. Brain cells by the billions: UW spinoff sells neural cells to drug researchers.

10:26am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin's rural districts forced to ask for more funding at the ballot box.
4:10am
Racine Journal Times. Unified teachers upset about benefit change.
4:07am
WQOW. UW-Stout student dies from weekend beating.

Local

1:05pm
Milwaukee Riverkeeper. City of Milwauke votes to rezone Estabrook Dam land.
9:17am
Public Policy Forum. Area nonprofits more optimistic but still face challenges.

4:30am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Milwaukee County wheel tax halved to $30 under amendment endorsed Monday.
4:09am
WJFW. Northern Wisconsin remembers deputy killed in weekend shooting.

Congress

10:16am
ABC of Wisconsin. Presents Congressman Ribble, state legislators with awards.

Politics

4:09pm
Voces de la Frontera Action. Milwaukeee Latinx early voting is already double what is was in 2012.
4:07pm
Shilling for 32nd Senate. Barack Obama endorses.
3:37pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Time running out for voters to return absentee ballots.
1:14pm
Johnson for U.S. Senate. Mother of heroin overdose victim criticizes Senator Feingold in new ad.
12:11pm
One Wisconsin Now. Private school voucher special interest group tops $1 million in campaign spending to elect complaint legislators.
11:08am
Wisconsin Family Action PAC. Statement on 2016 presidential general election.
10:46am
White for 68th Assembly. Will Kathy Bernier rally with Donald Trump and Scott Walker?
10:23am
RPW. Requests FEC to review Feingold contributions.
10:23am
Johnson for U.S. Senate. And Sean Duffy launch joint TV and digital ad on fighting for Wisconsin families.
10:04am
ABC of Wisconsin. Endorses Mike Gallagher for Congress.
9:15am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Releases TV ad targeting Feingold's Obamacare record.
9:14am
Reform Wisconsin Fund. New ad reveals the danger of nuclear deal supported by Russ Feingold.
9:13am
Ryan for 1st Congress. Embodies "Faith, Family & Service."
4:34am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Free rides to the polls during early voting or on Election Day.
4:32am
League of Conservation Voters. Victory Fund launches nearly $600,000 ad campaign in Wisconsin Senate race.

3:13pm
Cap Times. Issue advocacy groups pour money into Wisconsin's 14th Senate District race.
3:09pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Ron Johnson to appear at Trump rally.
1:18pm
NBC 15. Baldwin blasts FBI director over email probe.
1:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Russ Feingold: Spending barrage shows 'outside corporate interests' want to bail out Ron Johnson.
1:06pm
ABC News. Feingold: Corporate interests trying to rescue Johnson.
12:02pm
Jefferson County Daily Union. Incumbent Jagler: Work to fight heroin, create jobs.
12:01pm
Jefferson County Daily Union. Turner: Education, heroin usage top campaign issues.
11:48am
Janesville Gazette. Democratic counties outpace GOP nearly 2-to-1 in early votes.
10:33am
The Hill. Ryan: I voted for Trump.
10:28am
Politico. 5 keys that will decide control of the Senate.
4:28am
Chippewa Herald. Gender, geography, outlook divide Wisconsin's Clinton, Trump supporters.
4:21am
CNBC. Comey bombshell reverberates through Senate races.
4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Herb Kohl campaigns for Clinton, Feingold in Milwaukee.
4:20am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Feingold gives Clinton a vote of confidence.
4:19am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Presidential candidates target Wisconsin.
4:18am
USA Today. Trump uses FBI probe to stump blue states.
4:17am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Election officials say there's still time for photo ID.
4:16am
WISC. Why hasn't Clinton come to Wisconsin? Here are some theories.
4:15am
WBAY. Gov. Walker stumps for local Republicans.
4:15am
Wisconsin State Journal. Donald Trump makes a play for Wisconsin as Hillary Clinton maintains edge.
4:14am
ABC News. Sen. Johnson defends investment in Irish company.
4:13am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Candidates, surrogates head to Wisconsin in campaigns' final week.
4:12am
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Walker: 'Hard to cheat' Wisconsin ballot system.
4:11am
Washington Post. GOP Senate PAC makes last minute buy in Wisconsin.
4:08am
WBAY. Profile: Mike Gallagher (R), 8th Congressional District candidate.
4:07am
WKBT. Candidates ready for 32nd state Senate debate.

 

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