Monday November 19, 2018 - Updated 4:26pm

Legislative

4:26pm
Sen. Tiffany, MI Sen. Casperson. Statement on Manage Our Wolves Act.
4:25pm
Sen. Marklein. Re-appointed to Legislature's Joint Committee on Finance.
1:33pm
Sen. Hansen. Column: Response to Rep. Nygren's comments on the Kimberly-Clark bailout.
11:24am
Sen. Stroebel. Looks forward to protecting the taxpayers on Joint Finance Committee.
10:17am
Fox Cities Chamber, Fox Cities Regional Partnership. Urge Kimberly-Clark suppliers to contact legislators to support proposed legislation.

4:34am
Fox 11. Clerks ask state legislators to not change 2020 election dates.
4:27am
WTMJ. State Rep. Melissa Sargent will re-introduce bill to legalize marijuana in 2019.
4:26am
Superior Telegram. County officials educate state legislators on crisis.
4:18am
U.S. News & World Report. GOP legislatures try to curb Democratic governors' power.

State Agencies

3:07pm
DATCP. and UW-Extension host required food safety trainings for produce growers.
2:26pm
DHS. Getting a flu shot now can help protect you and your holiday guests.
2:12pm
DATCP. Something Special from Wisconsin celebrates local businesses this holiday season.
10:15am
WEDC. Wisconsin businesses invited to apply for 2019 Governor's Export Achievement Award.
10:14am
DOT. Thanksgiving holiday travelers are asked to plan ahead, keep an eye on the weather, watch for deer and deer hunters.

8:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Josh Kaul considers next steps as he prepares to head DOJ.

Economy/Business

9:31am
Wisconsin Realtors Association. October 2018 Home Sales Report.

4:28am
Milwaukee Business Journal. Did Wisconsin overpay for Foxconn in light of Amazon HQ2 incentives?
4:19am
WISN. Interest in hemp farming continues to grow in Wisconsin.

Statewide

1:30pm
Godfrey & Kahn. Fomer Ambassador, Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Tom Loftus to speak at Wisconsin Statesmanship Reception.

Education

2:25pm
UW-Stout. Speaker encourages student educators to believe in themselves.
1:29pm
Marquette University. Fox News Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt to speak on Dec. 3.

4:29am
WKOW. UW system, lawmakers react to DeVos' overhaul to campus sexual misconduct rules.
4:23am
Stevens Point Journal. Is the history major doomed on campus? A Wisconsin proposal will be watched nationwide.
4:22am
Racine Journal Times. Lowest-performing Unified schools docked for absenteeism.

Local

1:32pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 8 in Operation Drive Sober.
1:28pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Waukesha County Board to vote on County Clerk appointment of Margaret Wartman in December.

4:26am
La Crosse Tribune. EPA lacks data for more than 300 pollutants in treated waste; La Crosse spreads 12 million gallons a year on fields.
4:24am
Janesville Gazette. Ho-Chunk Nation hopeful federal government will grant approval for Beloit casino.
4:21am
Racine Journal Times. 'Dark Store' resolution heading to County Board.

Congress

2:19pm
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Democrats Pocan, Kind undecided on backing Pelosi.
4:36am
Politico. Trump's Mexico-Canada deal hits trouble in Congress.
4:20am
The Hill. Senate barrels toward showdown over Trump's court picks.

Politics

11:21am
Kaul for Attorney General. Reacts to AG Brad Schimel's concession.
9:45am
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on county canvass results.

9:44am
Wisconsin State Journal. GOP AG Brad Schimel concedes re-election bid to Democrat Josh Kaul.
4:24am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Midterm elections reveal effects of gerrymandered districts.
4:19am
U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin's team says digital ad strategy provides road map.

Friday November 16, 2018

Governor

3:41pm
Gov.-elect Evers. And Lt. Gov.-elect Mandela Barnes announce senior advisor, deputy transition director, Personnel Advisory Council.
11:52am
Gov.-elect Evers. Attending National Governors Association meeting.
11:11am
One Wisconsin Now. GOP blames voters voting for electoral defeats, proposes plan to limit participation in 2020 state high court race.
11:10am
Rep. Bowen. Walker offers definition of decency, violates it one day later.

2:34pm
U.S. News & World Report. Evers taking different approach to transition than Walker.
3:38am
Wausau Daily Herald. Scott Walker, lawmakers consider helping conservative justice before Tony Evers becomes governor.
3:37am
WAOW. Vos meets with Walker about limiting Evers' power.
3:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker on election loss: 'In no way did I see it as a rejection;' may change 2020 presidential primary date. Cap Times.
3:34am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker: 'I may have reformed myself out of a job.' Stevens Point Journal. WKOW.
3:32am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin's Walker open to limiting replacement's power.
3:31am
WXOW. Gov. Walker: 'Wisconsin is not going to go backwards.'
3:29am
NBC 15. Gov. Walker stresses successes in first press conference since election defeat.
3:28am
Chicago Tribune. Wisconsin governor: Students giving Nazi salute in viral photo are 'idiots.' WISC.

Legislative

3:23pm
Sen. LeMahieu. Appointed to the Joint Committee on Finance.
3:22pm
Sen. Fitzgerald. Announces Joint Finance Committee members for 2019-2020 session.
2:27pm
Rep. Murphy. Letter to UW System President Cross regarding UW-La Crosse Chancellor Gow.
9:31am
LAB: Report 18-16: UW-Extension Student Financial Aid Attestation. Briefing Sheet.

3:23am
WKBT. Senator Shilling reappoints two to Joint Finance Committee.
3:22am
Fox 6. Lawmaker mulls bill to eliminate 'invitation to corruption' for Wisconsin state legislature.

State Agencies

2:43pm
DHS. State health agency urges safety when processing, cooking, and eating wild game.
1:50pm
First Lady Walker. Florists from across Wisconsin decorate the Wisconsin Executive Residence for the 2018 Holiday Season.
1:48pm
DWD. Wisconsin ranks 2nd nationally in manufacturing job gains over year.
10:30am
DMA. ReadyWisconsin wants you to have a safe Thanksgiving.

3:18am
WJFW. DNR teams up with hunters in an attempt to stop deadly disease in deer.
3:17am
Fox 11. Drop in Wisconsin deer licenses raises funding concerns.

Economy/Business

2:36pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin ranks 42nd in job growth over last 12 months.
2:29pm
Reuters. Trump says U.S. may not impose more tariffs on China.
4:13am
Reuters. Exclusive: China offer unlikely to spur major trade breakthrough - senior U.S. official.
3:24am
Washington Post. Wisconsin offered Foxconn more than Virginia and New York did for Amazon.
3:22am
Politico. What are the risks of the Amazon deal? Ask Scott Walker.

Statewide

11:50am
Wisconsin Bankers Association Foundation. Honors bankers for financial education achievements.

10:42am
USA Today. Alcohol is killing more people, and younger. The heaviest increases are among women.

Courts

9:33am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Johnny K. Pinder.

Education

4:42pm
Rape Crisis Center. Stands in opposition to Secretary DeVos' planned changes to Title IX.
1:54pm
DPI. Hearing set Dec 6. on scope statement for military spouse licensing.
1:53pm
DPI. Hearing set Dec. 3 on rules for Early College Credit program.
1:52pm
DPI. Hearing scheduled Nov. 29 on scope statement related to disproportionality in special education.
11:01am
UW System. Statement regarding Title IX announcement.

11:00am
USA Today. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos proposes controversial changes to campus sexual misconduct rules, narrowing definition of sexual harassment.

Local

1:51pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. FDA crackdown on flavored tobacco products can turn the tide.
10:29am
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Council approves key budget item to encourage entrepreneurship to address food deserts.
4:16am
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. FDA tightening on flavored tobacco products and e-cigarettes is correct move.
4:15am
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Invites residents to apply for Census jobs.

Congress

11:54am
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Legislation designating the Vel R. Phillips Post Office building in Milwaukee passes the Senate.

2:38pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rep. Mike Gallagher: Congress is broken.
10:40am
The Hill. House votes to remove protections for gray wolves.

Politics

9:32am
Republican Party of Milwaukee County. Meet the Chair.

2:41pm
NBC 15. Democrat Kaul leads Attorney General Schimel by 17,190 votes.
3:19am
Sheboygan Press. Timing, Trump and turning down the volume: How low-key Tony Evers defeated Scott Walker.

Thursday November 15, 2018

Governor

4:36am
Gov.-elect Evers. And Lt. Gov.-elect Mandela Barnes announce transition website, communications director.

4:14am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Evers low-key on GOP efforts to limit his power.
4:14am
Chippewa Herald. Tony Evers declines to draw red line on Legislature limiting executive power.
3:53am
WSAW. Governor-elect meets with students to discuss careers in construction. WAOW.

Budget

4:32am
WKOW. Gov.-elect "confident" to increase education budget by 10% despite GOP doubts.
3:55am
Reuters. U.S. state spending exceeds $2 trillion in fiscal 2018: report.

Legislative

5:10pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Republican plan to change election dates.
9:57am
Rep. Hesselbein. Democratis Weekly Radio Address: Veterans Day.
9:09am
Sen. Shilling. Appoints Erpenbach, Johnson to serve on Joint Finance Committee.
4:34am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Citizens vote to raise property taxes to pay for schools.

4:29am
Fox 6. 'This is an invitation to corruption:' Wisconsin state lawmakers exempt themselves from open records rules.
4:24am
Wisconsin State Journal. Immigrant rights groups press for Wisconsin driver's licenses for 32,000 residents.
4:13am
Beloit Daily News. Can they find way to work together?
4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Kimberly-Clark Corp. workers, local officials urge lawmakers to approve state incentives.
4:07am
WBAY. Fate of Kimberly-Clark bill up in air after special hearing.
4:07am
WISC. 'This is not Foxconn': Supporters fight for Kimberly-Clark $100M deal, other lawmakers oppose plan.
4:02am
Cap Times. Kimberly-Clark says it would invest $500 million in Wisconsin with incentive package, but bill still lacks votes.
4:01am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. GOP lawmakers hold hearing on $70 million deal for Kimberly-Clark but are short of votes.
3:58am
Governing. Sore losers or necessary checks? Wisconsin Republicans seek to limit new Democratic governor's authority.

State Agencies

5:12pm
DOC. Inmate apprenticeships provide valuable skills after release.
5:11pm
DATCP. Confirms CWD-positive deer in Portage County.
5:08pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
12:11pm
DWD. Announces Wisconsin Fast Forward Jump Start program.
12:09pm
DHS. Mental health grant awards to asist youth in need.
12:08pm
DWD. BLS data: Wisconsin unemployment rate remains at or below 3 percent for record 9th straight month.
4:37am
ETF. Group Insurance Board approves contract extensions, maintains continuity.

4:04am
WXOW. State tourism hopes families are in giving spirit.

Economy/Business

4:09am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin's economic growth among nation's slowest in Q2.
4:08am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Komatsu can earn tax credits on jobs added since April 2017.

Statewide

10:36am
Wisconsin Dental Association. Recognizes 17 for contributions to dentistry, public oral health.
9:48am
Wisconsin Office of Rural Health. Four Wisconsin communities presented with rural health awards.

4:11am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Former Gov. Tommy Thompson talks recent election results, state's future. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
3:52am
WDIO. Postal Service in red ink for 12th year as letter mail drops.

Education

5:08pm
UW-Stout. Technology education students design, build robots for friendly competition.
1:51pm
Marquette University. Marquette professors receive $525,000 grant to research a new 'green' catalyst.
12:07pm
Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership. Announces free leadership conference.
11:08am
Evidence-Based Health Policy Project. To host Capitol briefing on suicide prevention among youth and young adults.
10:38am
Marquette Univerity. Receives $597,000 from federal government to support financial and educational needs of doctoral students in electrical engineering.
9:56am
UW-Madison. After 20 years, stem cells mean business in Wisconsin.
9:50am
UW-River Falls. Holiday choral concert presented.

4:18am
Washington Post. Armored school doors, bulletproof whiteboards and secret snipers.

Local

5:09pm
Clean Wisconsin. Applauds Lafayette County Board members who stood up for clean water.
1:10pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Waukesha County Parks announces new annual sticker price for disabled veterans and former prisoners of war.
12:59pm
Milwaukee Ald. Bauman. Amendments pass to repair roads and tackle neighborhood blight.
12:58pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on recently passed Dane County budget.
10:34am
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Thank you, Mike Crivello, for your dedicated service to Milwaukee.

Congress

2:05pm
Washington Post. Veterans aren't getting their GI Bill payments - becaue VA's 50-year-old computer system broke.
4:00am
The Hill. Trump throws support behind criminal justice bill.
4:00am
The Hill. Defense strategy report warns of grave erosion in U.S. military superiority.
3:51am
U.S. News & World Report. Senate OKs Coast Guard bill with ballast water compromise.

Politics

9:46am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Ernst. Introduce bipartisan legislation to protect and expand rural broadband.
4:33am
Adamczyk for 14th Assembly. Statement on the 14th District canvas.

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Governor

11:35am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker: 'Decent thing to do' is stay quiet during Tony Evers transition.

Legislative

4:19pm
Rep. Nygren. Advocates for Marinette Kimberly-Clark plant.
11:51am
Rep. Spreitzer. Re-elected to leadership position as Democratic Caucus Chair.
11:48am
MacIver Institute. Reminds Wisconsin why Kimberly-Clark bailout is a bad idea.
9:55am
One Wisconsin Now. GOP pushes tax giveaway plan that pays more for fewer jobs.
8:43am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. Kimberly-Clark incentives are wrong, unnecessary.

11:58am
U.S. News & World Report. Kimberly-Clark bill faces bipartisan opposition.
4:11am
WSAW. Wisconsin Democrat vows to bring back redistricting bill.
3:50am
Appleton Post-Crescent. Rohrkaste gives Kimberly-Clark inventive bill 50-50 chance.
3:49am
Governing. With election over, transportation advocates eye 2019 battles.
3:47am
WXOW. Assembly Democrats pick Hintz as minority leader again.

State Agencies

2:57pm
WHEDA. Foundation awards $162,800 in 2018 housing grants to Milwaukee County.
2:56pm
DATCP. Gypsy moth populations decrease in 2018.
10:13am
DWD. Governor Walker urges workers eligible for disaster unemployment assistance in nine counties to apply.
4:05am
ETF. WRS preliminary investment performance.

12:08pm
WISC. News 3 Investigates: Multi-million dollar state project to overhaul online benefits system stalled.
3:52am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Wisconsin rape kits generate 560 DNA matches, half from new potential suspects.

Economy/Business

10:31am
Reuters. U.S. farmers scramble to contain trade-war damage, find new markets.
4:09am
Bloomberg. Trump trade war fallout could haunt U.S. soy farmers for years.
3:48am
USA Today. A handgun for Christmas: Wisconsin company decides to buy firearms for every employee this holiday season.

Statewide

1:10pm
Wisconsin Brewers Guild. Wisconsin craft breweries raise the flag for independence.
11:55am
Badger Institute. Partners in Hope: A journey of second chances.
11:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Prepares a feast of special programming for Thanksiving Day.
10:01am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Focus #22: Under the gun on conservation funding.

Courts

12:04pm
WQOW. Lawsuit seeks to maintain federal gray wolf protections.
3:53am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Federal court allows Assembly to intervene in Wisconsin's gerrymandering case.
3:45am
WISC. Lawsuit alleges DOJ chaplain program is unconstitutional.
3:44am
Fox 11. Group files lawsuits to stop Back Forty Mine.

Education

4:21pm
UW-Platteville. Industry partnership leads to new opportunities in building construction management.
4:20pm
UW-Platteville. Hosts 46th annual High School Mathematics Contest.
10:49am
UW-Stout. Tajikistan native lives her American dream at UW-Stout.
9:15am
UW-Madison. Venom shape untangles scorpion family tree.

3:54am
Wisconsin Public Radio. School report cards show more districts meeting expectations, but absenteeism rising.

Local

1:54pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Signs 2019 Dane County budget.
1:01pm
Madison Mayor Soglin. 2018 Alix Olson Award winner, Holly Storck-Post.
11:56am
Milwaukee Ald. Lewis. Elected to NLC National Black Caucus post.
4:06am
Milwaukee Common Council. Amended 2019 budget creates watchdog position, adds health outreach positions, and establishes neighborhood COP houses.
4:04am
Racine Mayor Mason. Statement on final passage of city budget.

Congress

3:00pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Reforms to protect the Great Lakes included in bipartisan Coast Guard reauthorization.
11:04am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Moran. Introduce bipartisan legislation to expand access to chiropractic health care for current and former military personnel.

3:57am
Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Sen. Ron Johnson says broken system must be fixed before admitting more immigrants.
3:46am
NBC 15. Congressman-elect Bryan Steil arrives on Capitol Hill, begins work to replace Paul Ryan.

Tuesday November 13, 2018

Governor

4:05am
U.S. News & World Report. Evers faces tough sell on prison changes with GOP lawmakers.
4:01am
WISC. Tony Evers to resign current post after governor swearing in.
3:54am
Chippewa Herald. Tony Evers' transition team includes former Herb Kohl aide, Exact Sciences CEO.
3:53am
Wausau Daily Herald. Tony Evers' campaign manager to serve as his chief of staff as Wisconsin governor.
3:52am
Daily Reporter. Evers names transition team as GOP eyes limiting power.
3:51am
WISC. Gov.-elect Evers decries Nazi salute in photo.

Legislative

4:32pm
Rep. Knodl. Re-elected Majority Caucus Chair.
4:31pm
Assembly GOP Tourism Committee Members. Letter to Gov.-elect Evers regarding retaining Tourism Sec. Klett.
3:19pm
Rep. Hintz. Re-elected to lead Assembly Democrats.
3:18pm
Sen. Marklein. Statement on Gov.-elect Evers' transition budget.
2:05pm
Rep. Hesselbein. Statement on re-election as Assistant Assembly Democratic Leader.
1:05pm
Sen. Hansen. Announces plans to re-introduce non-partisan redistricting bill.
12:46pm
Kids Forward. Wisconsin lawmakers should allow all immigrants to obtain driver licenses.
8:59am
Rep. Nygren. To serve fourth term as Joint Committee on Finance Co-Chair.
8:59am
Speaker Vos. Reappoints Rep. Nygren as JFC Assembly Chair.
4:22am
Rep. Felzkowski. Elected Assistant Majority Leader.
4:14am
Speaker Vos. Re-elected Assembly Speaker.
4:14am
Rep. Rodriguez. Re-elected Majority Caucus Secretary.
4:13am
Rep. August. Elected Speaker Pro Tempore.
4:13am
Rep. Kerkman. Re-elected to leadership post.
4:12am
Rep. Steineke. Re-elected as Assembly Majority Leader.

12:52pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Legislature approves Tony Evers transition budget.
4:00am
NBC 15. Vos strikes defiant tone in re-election as Assembly speaker.
3:55am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Vos: Republicans might limit Evers' power over WEDC.

State Agencies

3:20pm
DNR. Weekly news.
2:48pm
DHS. Fifteen counties awarded mental health crisis response improvement grants.
10:41am
DOT. Two Fox Valley-area salvage dealers must close by year end due to fraud.
4:16am
DWD. And UW Health, SSM and UnityPoint Health/Meriter to sign new, hybrid Medical Assistant Registered Apprenticeship contract.
4:09am
DHS. Winnebago Mental Health Institute is the first DHS facility to go live with electronic health records.

3:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. First-of-its-kind job center at Wisconsin prison works to bring hope, future success to inmates.

Economy/Business

4:26am
Bloomberg. Frozen out of China, American farmers refuse to sell their soy.
4:05am
CNBC. Dow plunges 600 points as Apple leads tech rout.
3:57am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Amazon announcement could follow recent land purchase in Oak Creek.

Statewide

4:03am
WKBT. Cancer now leading cause of death in many U.S. counties.

Education

4:33pm
Marquette University. Legal experts to go "On the Issues" at Marquette Law School to discuss childhood trauma.
10:09am
Marquette University. U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher to discuss foreign policy Nov. 26.
9:06am
Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. What's next for Wisconsin and the Every Student Succeeds Act?
9:00am
MPS. Wisconsin Vision's 'Clear Days Ahead' program provides children in need with free glasses.
4:18am
DPI. Most schools and districts meet expectations on 2017-2018 report cards.
4:18am
Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Jewish Federation of Madison, Wisconsin Jewish Conference, ADL Midwest. Statement on Baraboo High School photo.

4:08am
Racine Journal Times. Unified 'meets few expectations' for second year.
4:07am
Marshfield News Herald. Milwaukee again an outlier in Wisconsin where vast majority of schools meet or exceed academic benchmarks.
4:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Dane County schools get mostly passing grades, but attendance remains a concern.
4:04am
U.S. News & World Report. Report cards show improved Wisconsin school performance. 
3:58am
Reuters. Fewer foreign students coming to United States for second year in row: survey.
3:56am
Baraboo News Republic. Parents address school board as Nazi salutes in Baraboo High School prom photo spark outrage online.
3:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. UW-Stevens Point moves ahead with plan to cut six academic majors, including history. Wisconsin Public Radio.
3:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Enrollment, overdue improvements among reasons for school funding ballot questions.

Local

11:50am
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Board of Supervisors pass 2019 Waukesha County budget.
11:49am
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. Congratulates candidates on election victories.
9:05am
Ho-Chunk Nation, Sauk County. Gain momentum with "One Sauk, Naturally"

4:00am
WAOW. Residents concerned about potential Portage Co. wheel tax.

Congress

2:27pm
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, RISE Law Center. Trump administration turns it's back on survivors seeking asylum, advocates remain committed to safety for all.

10:14am
Reuters. Stung by trade wars, U.S. farmers hope for quick progress on Farm Bill.
3:57am
The Hill. Trump to oust Nielsen as early as this week: report.

Politics

4:02am
Fox 11. What's next for Gov. Scott Walker? First lady of WI says she's unsure.

Monday November 12, 2018

Governor

12:49pm
Gov.-elect Evers. Announces Chief of Staff and Transition Team Director, co-chairs.

1:24pm
WKOW. Evers transition team asks for $94,600.
1:24pm
Fox 11. Evers faces tough sell on prison reform with GOP lawmakers.
11:56am
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Wisconsin farmers face steep challenges as Evers prepares to take office.
9:53am
Wisconsin State Journal. Some seats have opened up on the UW System Board of Regents. Who will fill them?
4:14am
Racine Journal Times. Foxconn after Walker: How does Tony Evers affect Foxconn?
4:10am
The Hill. Medicaid expansion gets extra boost from governor races.
4:08am
La Crosse Tribune. Despite GOP resistance, Tony Evers can restore some environmental protections.
4:05am
Chippewa Herald. Tony Evers could bring significant changes to health care in Wisconsin.
3:41am
U.S. News & World Report. Evers wants to do stuff as governor, but it will be tough.

Legislative

3:58pm
Statement and lingering questions on new Point Forward proposal.
3:50pm
One Wisconsin Now. Rep. Vos selected to lead Assembly Republican Caucus, not State of Wisconsin.
2:31pm
Rep. Considine. Statement on Baraboo photo.
12:52pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Statement on photo of Baraboo High School students.
9:03am
Rep. Vruwink. Column: I'm thankful for Wisconsin's bounty.

1:23pm
WBAY. Public hearing on Kimberly-Clark tax incentives set for Wednesday.
3:57am
The Hill. Wisconsin GOP tries to hamstring new Dem governor's powers.
3:51am
Racine Journal Times. Vos responds to Evers, explains ideas for executive power changes.
3:50am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Democrats push back on possible GOP limits to Evers' power.
3:45am
Racine Journal Times. Over $300K paid to two Racine officers on leave, Wanggaard looks to change suspension law.

State Agencies

2:31pm
DCF. Governor's Outstanding Adoptive Parent Awards presented.
1:30pm
Wisconsin Restaurant Association. Resaurants support elimination of letter grading.
12:55pm
DOC. New job center builds on department's success training inmates for careers in the community.
11:26am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Ex-DNR employee says agency was pressured to approve big donor's golf course.
10:52am
Wisconsin Historical Society. Four future additions to the National Register of Historic Places to be celebrated on Nov. 17.
8:59am
DMA. Adjutant General: We owe our freedom to our veterans.

11:52am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin agency won't release records on harassment claims.
3:46am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Former DNR employee: Staff pressured to OK Kohler golf course on rare Wisconsin wetlands and state park.
3:43am
Fox 6. City leaders speak out in advance of state board action that could eliminate food grading system.

Economy/Business

4:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn will need engineers from Asia at Wisconsin factory, consultants say.
3:54am
USA Today. Glut of cranberries in Wisconsin means 25% of crop could be discarded.
3:49am
Chippewa Herald. Jackson County frac project may be scrapped after legal challenge from neighbors.
3:42am
U.S. News & World Report. Depressed milk prices forcing more farmers out of operation.

Statewide

1:31pm
Wisconsin Dental Association. Dr. Patrick Tepe sworn in as state dental association president.
4:28am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. Remember Armistice Day, a day of peace.

4:25am
CBS 58. Gun death statistics: CDC study says gun deaths are on the rise after years of decline.

Education

3:51pm
UW-Stout. Retail merchandising senior poised to start career at Kohl's corporate.
2:34pm
Marquette University. Feldner named acting dean of communication.
2:25pm
UW-Stevens Point. Unveils plan for new kind of regional university.
1:29pm
DAV Wisconsin. And UW Oshkosh's Veterans Resource Center to hold Burn Pit forum.
1:02pm
UW System President Cross. Statement on UW-Stevens Point plan.
12:53pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statements on Baraboo High School Nazi salute photo.
12:51pm
UW-Madison. Bridging the gap: Teaching bridge safety to next generation of railroaders.
12:22pm
Elections Research Center. 2018 Election Symposium. 
12:19pm
UW-Stout. Dunn County museum to display historic medallion from university building.
10:54am
Marquette University. Best-selling author and former USA Today editor-in-chief Joanne Lipman to speak Nov. 26.
4:29am
Milwaukee Building-Construction Trades Council. Area high school students to engage in hand-on trades experiences during National Apprentice Week event.

11:28am
Stevens Point Journal. UW-Stevens Point rolls out transformation that would cut 5 humanities, focus on careers.

Local

2:33pm
Washington County Clerk Reichert. Extends office hours at satellite location in Hartford.
10:55am
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 10 in Operation Drive Sober.
10:52am
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. Help needed to find driver in fatal hit-and-run incident.

4:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Heroin overdoses deaths up 81 percent in Madison.
3:48am
Beloit Daily News. Feds take next steps on Beloit Casino plan.

Congress

4:21am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Congressmen unsure about bipartisan cooperation.
3:56am
Cap Times. 'There will be alot of action happening': Rep. Mark Pocan looks forward to life in the majority.

Politics

10:55am
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. Recognizing Citizen Action members who challenged incumbents.

4:20am
WJFW. Lincoln Co. voters latest to ask for nonpartisan district line drawing; Tiffany believes maps are fair.
4:12am
WISN. What's next? Scott walker has been in office since 1993.
4:06am
WUWM. Almost all school referendums approved in Wisconsin midterms.
4:04am
Cap Times. Glenn Grothman: Voting Democratic is 'fashionable.'
3:47am
Wisconsin State Journal. What sank Scott Walker? His ambition, his record, Tony Evers, and the Donald Trump backlash.

Friday November 9, 2018

Governor

2:09pm
Gov. Walker. Announces no-interest loans now available for southwestern Wisconsin business owners affected by flooding.

4:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Now that Evers is Gov.-elect, what happens to state superintendent?
4:11am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Foxconn expresses desire to work with Evers.
4:08am
WTMJ. Foxconn agreement still stands after election.
4:01am
WSAW. Conservationists hope Evers will re-energize DNR.

Budget

8:43am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Challenge and change ahead for the state budget.

11:22am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Wisconsin needs $2 billion more to cover existing programs and schools in next budget.
11:21am
U.S. News & World Report. Report: $2 billion needed to maintain current state spending.

Legislative

2:15pm
Sen. Erpenbach, Rep. Taylor. Republicans violate checks and balances, abuse power.
2:11pm
Sen. Darling. Named Co-Chair of budget-writing committee.
11:18am
Sen. Shilling. Statement on Senate Democratic leadership election.
10:24am
LAB. Report 18-15: Petroleum Inspection Fee Revenue Obligations Program. Briefing Sheet.
4:37am
Rep. Neubauer. Statement on Speaker Vos' political games.
4:36am
Sen. Vinehout. Column: Menominee Nation honored for assisting victims of Peshtigo Fire.

2:18pm
U.S. News & World Report. Democrats speak out against effort to curtail governor power.
2:17pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Tax 'loophole' critics win big on Election Day, but prospects for real change unclear.
4:21am
WISN. Tony Evers, Wisconsin's governor-elect, calls on state GOP to stop 'desperate antics to cling to power.'
4:20am
Chippewa Herald. GOP leader: We might limit executive powers, but 'we're not trying to undermine' Tony Evers.
4:19am
Wausau Daily Herald. Republican lawmakers consider limiting incoming Gov. Tony Evers' power over state rules.
4:19am
Cap Times. Fitzgerald: Republican lawmakers plan to curb governor's authority, calls changes 'reasonable.'
4:18am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin Republicans mull limiting governor-elect's power. Wisconsin Public Radio.
4:08am
WAOW. Republican Fitzgerald re-elected as leader as GOP gains seat.
4:05am
WISC. 'It will be a tough haul to get that to pass': What's next for Act 10?
4:03am
WISC. Vos names pre-existing conditions coverage as top priority, wants to find balance with Evers.
4:02am
Fox 11. Speaker Robin Vos wants to limit Governor-elect Tony Evers' power.
4:00am
WSAW. Kimberly-Clark bill to get hearing, vote uncertain.

State Agencies

3:56pm
First Lady Walker. Welcomes U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams to Wisconsin for Trauma-Informed Care discussion.
2:14pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Padres e Hijos Accion awarded 2018 Sparks Grant.
2:12pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:10pm
Wisconsin Historical Society. WISCAP donates materials for future research use.

4:05am
NBC 15. DNR; Drop in hunters threatens wildlife management and conservancy.

Economy/Business

4:09am
WAOW. Record soybean harvest expected amid continued trade disputes.

Statewide

12:00pm
Wisconsin Medical Society. Insurance & Financial Services relaunches brand as WisMed Assure.
8:44am
Ho-Chunk Nation. Beloit Casino moves forward in federal approval process.

Courts

4:14am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. A blue wave hit statewide races, but did Wisconsin GOP gerrymandering limit Dem legislative inroads?
4:13am
Madison.com. Paper's request for Racine's open records-contempt case costs denied, costs under seal.

Education

3:55pm
Marquette University. More than 350 students to help older adults stay safe, independent and warm this winter.
11:59am
Marquette University. Project GO Grant renewed through 2021.

Local

11:19am
Washington County Planning and Parks. $1,000,000 available for housing repairs.

Congress

4:10am
Reuters. Trump administration moves to curb migrants' asylum claims.
3:59am
The Hill. Dem House to face debt limit hike in summer 2019.

Politics

4:37am
League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. Celebrates record turnout and a smooth election.

4:28am
Washington Post. Midterms test the durability of the teacher uprising.
4:25am
Bloomberg. Democrats win majority of AG seats, 'last line of resistance' against Trump.
4:07am
WISN. Absent from public since election loss, Gov. Walker tweets bible verses.
4:06am
WISN. Ballot error, bad timing flips state rep. race in Democrats' favor.

Thursday November 8, 2018

Governor

7:57am
Nikkei Asian Review. Foxconn's Wisconsin plant faces headwinds after U.S. elections.
4:04am
The Verge. What a new governor means for Wisconsin's controversial Foxconn factory.

Legislative

3:00pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on separation of power.
3:00pm
Sen. Testin. Statement on re-election to Senate GOP leadership.
2:59pm
Sen. Feyen. Elected Assistant Senate Majority Leader.
12:19pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on Republican plan to abuse power.
9:42am
Rep. Taylor. Republican shenanigans must end.
9:38am
One Wisconsin Now. Assembly Republican Robin Vos strikes foul note with suggestion for lame duck session power play.
9:33am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic Radio Address: "Democratic vision for Wisconsin."

9:36am
WQOW. Evers prepares transition, Republicans look to curb power.
3:55am
Wisconsin State Journal. Scott Walker concedes to Tony Evers; Assembly Speaker says GOP lawmakers may limit governor's power in lame-duck session.
3:54am
Sheboygan Press. GOP Assembly Speaker Robin Vos threatens to take power away from Tony Evers before January.
3:53am
AP. Vos open to looking at ways to limit Evers' powers. WTMJ. CBS 58. WQOW
3:42am
WJFW. Rhinelander GOP Rep. 'surprised, confused' by Walker's loss, willing to work with Gov-elect Evers.
3:34am
WBAY. Lawmakers willing to reach across the political aisle a day after midterms.
3:33am
WBAY. Kimberly Clark bill faces questions after election.

State Agencies

12:13pm
WEDC. Federal Foam Technologies to expand operations in St. Croix County.
11:19am
Wisconsin Lottery. One Million Now! scratch ticket has second $1 million winner. 
9:31am
DNR. New DNR online tool helps residents know "Can I burn?"

Economy/Business

3:04pm
Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council. General Plastics Inc. attains "Green Professional" status.

3:50am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Rockwell Automation sees positive outlook while dealing with tariff costs.
3:27am
Politico. Midterm results won't deter Trump on China trade war.

Statewide

4:36pm
Wisconsin American Legion. Department Commander Frank Kostka Veterans Day Message "Legion Proud."
3:06pm
Common Ground Healthcare Cooperative. Expands to Waushara and Waupaca Counties.
11:24am
Wisconsin Medical Society. Adopts strategies to address psychiatrist shortage, increase access to mental and behavioral health services.

Courts

9:33am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. OLR v. Jason C. Gonzalez.

3:48am
Chippewa Herald. Election results strengthen partisan gerrymandering case, says group that sued over maps.

Education

3:04pm
UW-Stout. Jail project gives art education major new insight into teaching.
12:20pm
UW-Platteville. Forum to explore animal ethics.
12:17pm
UW-Madison. Broad genome analysis shows yeasts evolving by subtraction.

12:54pm
Marshfield News Herald. Wisconsin school referendums break records in 'landslide for public education.'

Local

4:11am
MCTS. Bus route renamed in honor of (soon-to-be) MVP Christian Yelich.

4:10am
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. A new day in Wisconsin.
3:42am
WXOW. Road referendum vote sends message to county and state government.
3:41am
WJFW. Board chair: Lynne mining 'off the table' after convincing referendum vote Tuesday.

Congress

12:35pm
Reuters. U.S. appeals court rules against Trump on DACA immigration program.
4:02am
Fox 6. Sen. Baldwin says 1st priority will be helping 'too many dairy farmers at risk of losing their farms.'
3:38am
WKOW. Rep. Pocan encouraged by diverse Congress following election.
3:36am
WISC. Baldwin plans to pass farm bill 'first thing' when back in DC, hopes to improve Affordable Care Act.
3:28am
WSAW. One-on-One: Baldwin looks ahead to second term.
3:28am
Politico. Trump indicates he'd consider raising some taxes to win middle-class relief.

Politics

4:34pm
RENEW Wisconsin. Cost effective renewable energy is something everyone can agree on.
4:33pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin, Fair Elections Project, League of Women Voters. Fair maps referenda pass overwhelmingly in election.
12:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. Wisconsin turns out and (early) votes at record levels for 2018 Midterm Elections.
12:18pm
Zamarripa for 8th Assembly. Statement on election victory.
12:15pm
Wisconsin Association of School Boards. Statement on election of Dr. Evers as governor.
11:21am
Adamczyk for 14th Assembly. Statement on the 14th District election and canvass.
10:56am
Wisconsin Democracy Campiagn. Pro-democracy referendums pass in Wisconsin, elsewhere.
9:42am
Wisconsin Voices, Fair Elections Project. State Assembly make-up misrepresents voters' preferences.
9:29am
City of Wauwatosa. Memo to Milwaukee County Board of Election Canvassers regarding Wauwatosa Wards 16 and 17 unofficial election results.
4:15am
Wisconsin District Attorneys' Association. Congratulates Governor-elect Tony Evers and Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul.
4:13am
Wisconsin Counties Association. Congratulates Governor-elect Tony Evers.
4:12am
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Post-election update - unofficial turnout 59.38%.
4:09am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Election results underscore urgent need to end partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin.

12:30pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Democrat claims victory in Assembly race after new totals reported.
4:06am
Portage Daily Register. Portage, Columbia County voters lift Evers, Baldwin with big turnout.
3:49am
Baraboo News Republic. Sauk County records midterm turnout spike similar to rest of state.
3:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Dane, Waukesha Counties tell tale of Wisconsin's 2018 election for governor.
3:46am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Local Dems celebrate returning balance to state government.
3:45am
Beloit Daily News. Record turnout in Beloit.
3:44am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Democrats sweep constitutional offices, but Republicans hold legislative majorities.
3:43am
Minneapolis Star Tribune. In Wisconsin, Walker falls to lingering resentments and fresh impatience.
3:40am
WAOW. Midterm elections draw in record breaking voter turnout.
3:39am
NBC 15. Experts say high number of youth voters affected election results.
3:38am
WKOW. Historic Lt. Governor election celebrated among black community.
3:37am
WISC. Evers calls Walker 'gracious,' prepares for transition into role as Wisconsin's next governor.
3:35am
NBC 26. Wisconsin counties voter Yes on marijuana referendums.
3:32am
WKBT. Unofficial La Crosse County election results show midterm record 85% voter turnout.
3:31am
Fox 6. 'He's probably shocked, sad, disoriented:' What's next for Gov. Walker after 1st loss since 1990?
3:29am
WSAW. Election results show a polarized Wisconsin that could create gridlock in the Capitol.

Wednesday November 7, 2018

Legislative

4:36pm
Rep. Steineke. Committed to moving Wisconsin forward.
4:12pm
Speaker Vos. Statement on the Governor-elect Evers and the Assembly Republican majority.
2:56pm
Rep. Bowen. Looks ahead to new dynamic of balanced government.
12:42pm
Rep. Hebl. Column: Our actions are how we honor veterans.

State Agencies

9:49am
DFI. Credit union's net income up 16%, loan growth up by 10.49% in third quarter.

Economy/Business

2:31pm
Boardman & Clark. Labor & Employment Update.

Education

2:32pm
UW-Stevens Point. Selected for only Great Lakes region Sea Grant award for salmon research.
12:47pm
UW-Stout. University events to mark Veterans Day, WWI centennial.
10:54am
UW-Stout. Two recent graduates receive special UW System honors.

Local

2:01pm
Milwaukee Ald. Borkowski. Select Fairview homes eligible for free program aimed at reducing basement backups.
12:46pm
Brown County Port & Resource Department. Year-to-date tonnage up 10 percent at the Port of Green Bay.
11:08am
Milwaukee Ald. Murphy. Rebuilding relationships between the Wisconsin Capitol and city hall.

Congress

1:50pm
The Hill. Sessions out at Justice Department.

2:38pm
Reuters. Trump fires Sessions, vows to fight Democrats if they launch probes.

Politics

4:38pm
Bewley for 25th Senate. Wins re-election to the Wisconsin State Senate.
4:37pm
Sierra Club. Statement on Wisconsin election results.
3:52pm
Waukesha County Clerk Novack. Statement on equipment malfunction.
3:34pm
Wisconsin Building Trades Council. Statewide building trades spoke - Evers, Barnes, Kaul, and voters listened.
3:32pm
American Majority. 56 trained new leaders win.
3:23pm
WMC. Statement on gubernatorial election.
2:35pm
Wisconsin Budget Project. With election over, it's time to focus on Wisconsin's children, families and communities.
2:33pm
NextGen America. Statement on midterm youth turnout.
2:08pm
DATCP. Agricultural Impact Statements mark 40th anniversary.
1:54pm
Walker for Governor. Statement on results of governor's race.
1:28pm
Progressive Takeover. Electoral program proved decisive as Wisconsin state Democrats win big.
1:26pm
Citizen Action of Wisconsin. 2018 election establishes mandate for bold healthcare reform.
1:12pm
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Wisconsin Counties Association, Wisconsin Towns Association. A clear voter mandate, a bipartisan solution: Close the dark store loophole.
1:10pm
School Administrators Alliance. Statement on the election of Tony Evers to governor.
12:49pm
Taylor for 76th Assembly. State-wide Dems win big!
12:44pm
Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin. Statement on statewide election wins.
12:44pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Reported electioneering group spending tops $36M in fall elections.
11:06am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Congratulate Evers, Barnes on historic victory.
10:51am
One Wisconsin Now. Congratulates Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul.
9:50am
IUOE Local 139. Congratulations Governor-elect Evers!
9:23am
Schimel for Attorney General. Statement on election results.
8:53am
IBEW Local 494. Statement on the victories in Wisconsin.
8:51am
Bolen for 25th Senate. Statement on election.
8:28am
Wisconsin United to Amend. Nine more communities vote to amend the U.S. constitution.
8:27am
Marklein for 17th Senate. Wins election for another term.
8:27am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Statement on the re-election of Tammy Baldwin to the U.S. Senate.
4:39am
NextGen America. NextGen Wisconsin statement on tonight's victories.
3:26am
RSLC. Democrats "blue wave" just a ripple in the states.
3:25am
One Wisconsin Now. Congratulates Gov-elect Tony Evers and Lt. Gov.-elect Mandela Barnes.
3:24am
American Federation for Children. School choice supporters victorious in Wisconsin elections.
3:23am
Voces de la Frontera Action. Adios Walker! Latinx vote decisive in Tony Evers' victory.
3:20am
Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin. Congratulates state Legislature victors, sets course for future wins.
3:19am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Statement on historic election night in Wisconsin.
3:18am
Walker for Governor. Statement from Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch on race for Wisconsin governor.
3:16am
Frostman for 1st Senate. Statement on general election loss.
3:16am
Snodgrass for 19th Senate. Statement on election results.
3:15am
League of Wisconsin Municipalities, Wisconsin Counties Association, Wisconsin Towns Association. Voters overwhelmingly support referendums to close the dark store loophole.
3:13am
Grothman for 6th Congress. Thanks supporters and pledges to work for Wisconsin.
3:12am
Whelton for 9th Senate. Concede Senate seat in 9th District.
3:11am
Sensenbrenner for 5th Congress. Statement following re-election to Congress.
3:09am
Steil for 1st Congress. Wins congressional race.
3:08am
Loudenbeck for 31st Assembly. Statement on election results.
3:07am
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Statement on the re-election of Tammy Baldwin to the U.S. Senate.

2:44pm
U.S. News & World Report. Democrats blame GOP maps for legislative election fails.
2:42pm
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin's Scott Walker defeated by Democratic anger.
2:02pm
Washington Post. How the Democrats finally defeated Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.
10:08am
Fox 6. Josh Kaul declares victory in Wisconsin AG race, Brad Schimel releases statement.
9:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. With a new political paradigm in Wisconsin, what's next?
8:31am
The Hill. America's urban-rural divide deepens.
8:21am
Fox 11. Kaul to declare victory in attorney general race.
8:19am
U.S. News & World Report. Voters in Milwaukee, Dane Counties want marijuana legalized.
4:12am
Bloomberg. Wisconsin Republican Scott Walker loses governor race.
4:11am
Reuters. In setback for Trump, Democrats seize U.S. House control.
4:10am
Governing. In governor races, Democrats flip 7 seats.
4:08am
New York Times. Tony Evers wins Wisconsin governor's race, beating Scott Walker.
4:01am
WKOW. Longtime Democratic Secretary of State Doug La Follette wins re-election.
3:59am
WTMJ. Milwaukee absentee ballots: 38,000 for Evers, 7,000 for Walker.
3:54am
Fond du Lac Reporter. The Scott Walker era of GOP dominance in Wisconsin ends with the election of Tony Evers amid massive midterm turnout.
3:53am
Marshfield News Herald. Marijuana question: Wisconsin voters say pot should be legal for medical, recreational use.
3:52am
Stevens Point Journal. Wisconsin election: Voters favor closing 'dark stores' property tax loophole.
3:51am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Despite losses in statewide races, GOP strengthens hold on Wisconsin Senate.
3:49am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Smith leads Pittman in 31st Senate District.
3:46am
Chippewa Herald. Republicans take Assembly, Senate seats in Chippewa County districts.
3:45am
La Crosse Tribune. Kind headed back to Congress, predicts more accountability with Democratic majority in House.
3:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Rep. Beth Myers elected to 3rd term in 74th Assembly District.
3:44am
Wisconsin Public Radio. U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy clinches 5th congressional term.
3:39am
Reedsburg Times Press. Howard Marklein wins 17th District state senate race.
3:38am
Portage Daily Register. Plumer wins 42nd Assembly race.
3:37am
Sheboygan Press. Incumbent Glenn Grothman defeats Democratic challenger Dan Kohl to retain House seat.
3:36am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin Republicans maintain control of Legislature.
3:35am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Josh Kaul appears to narrowly defeat Brad Schimel in attorney general's race. Wisconsin State Journal.
3:33am
U.S. News & World Report. Democrat Tony Evers narrowly defeats Wisconsin Gov. Walker. Cap Times.  Wisconsin State Journal. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Tuesday November 6, 2018

State Agencies

3:40pm
DNR. Weekly news.
3:40pm
DOA. State of Wisconsin earns Oracle Excellence Award for innovation.
10:16am
OCI. Administrative Actions October 2018.

Economy/Business

10:16am
Wisconsin Technology Council. How tech can curb the opiate addiction crisis: Learn more at Nov. 27 Innovation Network luncheon.

3:34pm
The Hill. Foxconn denies recruiting Chinese personnel to staff Wisconsin plant.
1:14pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Report: Metro Milwaukee health care prices are fourth highest in nation.
9:25am
MarketWatch. Foxconn mulls tapping Chinese skilled workers for Wisconsin plant as U.S. job market tightens.
3:53am
Fox 6. 'A lot of trial and error:' Wisconsin measures its 1st hemp growing season in 70+ years.

Statewide

4:48am
DPW. Statement on passing of Phil Neuenfeldt.

4:26am
Wisconsin State Journal. Doctors, dentists and nurses under investigation for opioid prescriptions.
4:09am
USA Today. FDA approves opioid painkiller 1,000 times stronger than morphine.

Courts

4:19am
Madison.com. Media organizations file motion in Racine sealed records case.

Education

9:54am
UW-Stout. Students get timely lessons from pros on handling their finances.

Local

9:57am
Milwaukee County Sup. Moore Omokunde. Board adopts proposal to decriminalize marijuana.
9:56am
Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Jeff Patterson of JP Hair Design to receive Chamber's 2018 "Ground Floor Award" for small business leadership.
4:48am
Milwaukee Ald. Zielinski. On the passing of labor leader Phil Neuenfeldt.
4:47am
Milwaukee County Sup. Logsdon. Budget amendment ensures repairs to College Ave. bridges.

1:17pm
Oshkosh Northwestern. How Trump, tariffs and a $12 billion plan to save farmers involves Oshkosh food pantries.
3:52am
Fox 6. Medical examiner investigates 8 OD deaths from weekend; 'That would be considered a spike.'

Congress

4:14am
Racine Journal Times. County Board urges Congress to pass Farm Bill.
4:10am
Reuters. Trump turns to Supreme Court to wind down 'Dreamer' immigration program.

Politics

9:02am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Today is Election Day: VOTE!

3:13pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Turnout in midterm election in Madison, Dane County approaching presidential levels.
1:33pm
Janesville Gazette. Rock County turnout 'heavy,' so far.
1:23pm
WTMJ. Voters notice higher turnout than expected.
1:08pm
CBS 58. 200,000 expected to cast votes in Milwaukee, 65% voter turnout expected.
1:04pm
WBAY. Local polls busy as Wisconsin midterm drives high turnout.
1:01pm
La Crosse Tribune. Voting brisk in La Crosse County, with 65 percent to 70 percent turnout expected.
12:55pm
Cap Times. 'It's gone like crazy': Madison mid-day voter turnout surpasses 2014, 2016 levels.
12:39pm
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Early lines, enthusiasm seen at polling stations across Wisconsin for midterm election.
10:25am
U.S. News & World Report. Walker faces tough re-election against school chief Evers.
10:24am
U.S. News & World Report. Baldwin faces challenge from staunch Trump supporter Vukmir.
4:25am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Control of Wisconsin's Senate comes down to five races.
4:22am
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen. Clerks report rise in absentee voting throughout the region.
4:20am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Wisconsin candidates barnstorm state on final day of campaigns.
4:18am
Chippewa Herald. Tony Evers vows to govern as pragmatist; Scott Walker urges voters to stay course.
4:16am
Cap Times. Madison crushes early in-person voting record.
4:12am
U.S. News & World Report. Democrats eye a dozen new governors.
4:11am
Governing. Heading into Election Day, governor's races tighten.
4:08am
USA Today. What's at stake in the midterms? Both sides warn the future of our democracy is at risk.
4:07am
WXOW. Governor makes one last La Crosse stop.
4:07am
WJFW. Walker, Kleefisch, Schimel campaign in Schofield before Election Day.
4:06am
WAOW. New record for absentee ballots midterm election set.
4:05am
WTMJ. Tony Evers, Sen. Tammy Baldwin rally in Madison ahead of Tuesday's election.
4:04am
WISN. Voting in Wisconsin: Registering, finding your polling place, casting a ballot.
4:03am
WISN. Third parties spent big bucks in Facebook ads in Wisconsin gubernatorial, senate races.
4:02am
NBC 15. Local businesses and groups offering rides to the polls on Election Day.
4:01am
WKOW. Volunteers push to get voters to the polls for the midterm elections.
4:00am
WKOW. Record breaking early voting could mean shorter lines at the polls.
4:00am
WISC. Wisconsin Democrats hope to take Ryan's seat, other offices.
3:58am
WBAY. Governor candidates make final push on election eve.
3:57am
U.S. News & World Report. Race for governor ends with focus on taxes, health care.
3:56am
WQOW. Walker holds final campaign event in EC ahead of election.
3:56am
WQOW. Leah Vukmir makes final pitch to voters in Eau Claire.
3:55am
Fox 6. 'It is time for change:' Tony Evers, Tammy Baldwin host final 'Get Out the Vote' rally.
3:54am
Fox 6. Gov. Walker, Leah Vukmir, Bryan Steil, Paul Ryan host final rally: 'Can't afford to turn back now.'
3:53am
Fox 6. 'Staggering numbers:' Wisconsin school seek $1.4 billion in fall referendums.

Monday November 5, 2018

Governor

5:19am
DMA. Guard cyber teams on standby for elections.

4:28am
Wisconsin State Journal. National Guard: No threat triggered Scott Walker order allowing it to help with election security.
4:11am
WBAY. Walker activates National Guard troops for Election Day.

Legislative

4:02pm
WMC. Rep. Macco receives WMC's "Working for Wisconsin" award.
11:57am
WMC. Rep. Edming receives WMC's "Working for Wisconsin" award.

4:35am
Appleton Post Crescent. Senator removes link on state website promoting campaign tweets.

State Agencies

11:49am
WEDC. MARKETPLACE 2018 Conference on minority business development set for December in Milwaukee.
9:14am
DWD. Is making it easier for veterans to find jobs on Job Center of Wisconsin.
5:18am
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands. Board approves nearly $2.4 million for community projects.

Economy/Business

11:55am
Northwestern Mutual. To pay policyowners $5.6 billion in dividends.

10:00am
CNBC. American businesses paid 50% more in tariffs in September due to Trump's trade war, industry coalition says.
4:31am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin exports flat in 2018, import growth outpacing U.S. 
4:16am
Denver Post. NAFTA 2.0 could draw some jobs back to U.S., but at what cost?
4:00am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin hemp advocates optimistic despite struggles.

Statewide

4:36pm
Rep. Zamarripa. Statement on the passing of Phil Neuenfeldt.
2:27pm
State Senate Democratic Committee. Statement on passing of Phil Neuenfeldt.
2:26pm
One Wisconsin Now. Statement on the passing of our friend, Phil Neuenfeldt.
2:25pm
Wisconsin AFL-CIO. Statement on the passing of President Emeritus Phil Neuenfeldt.
2:23pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Kate Archer Kent takes over "The Morning Show."

12:37pm
WAOW. Diabetes being considered an epidmic in Wisconsin.
4:15am
Governing. As Medicaid work requirements spread, more expected to lose health care.
4:05am
CBS 58. Feds say heroin, fentanyl remain biggest drug threat to U.S.

Courts

4:33am
Wisconsin State Journal. Lawsuit: Walker administration retaliated against former employee for harassment allegations.

Education

2:27pm
Marquette University. Law School to host 2018 restorative justice conference.
2:24pm
Wisconsin Rural Schools Alliance. Steven Pate of Portage School District receives 2018 Wisconsin Rural School Board Member of the Year.
2:21pm
UW-Madison. New summer program helps UW freshmen get 'QuickStart.'
12:35pm
UW-Stout. Students can hop on bus to Internship Draft Day in Green Bay.
12:34pm
UW-Stout. Center for Limnoligical Research and Rehabilitation works to clean up waters.

Local

4:36pm
Milwaukee Ald. Johnson. Early voting turnout in Midtown meets challenge.
4:03pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Alexander. Statement on the 2019 Milwaukee County budget.
2:22pm
Milwaukee County Corporation Counsel. Four hires and an award: Milwaukee County Corporation Counsel pursues continued growth and excellence.
12:36pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Schmidt. Deputies arrest 13 in Operation Drive Sober.
12:35pm
Milwaukee County Board Chairman Lipscomb. Board of Supervisors adopts 2019 Milwaukee County Budget.
11:48am
Washington County Administrator Schoemann. Highway department partners with J.W. Speaker for winter safety.
9:15am
Washington County, Village of Germantown. U.S. EPA provides land revitalization technical assistance.
5:20am
Madison Metro Sewerage District. Approved sewerage district budget preserves affordability, sets course for resiliency.

4:40am
Baraboo News Republic. Committee wants Sauk County to help fight 'dark store' lawsuits.

Politics

4:04pm
Wisconsin Elections Commission. Wisconsin absentee voting breaks midterm record.
12:32pm
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker seeks rare 3rd term against political headwinds.
12:00pm
Marquette University. Receives special designation from federal agencies for cyber security educational program.
12:00pm
Right Wisconsin. Conservative pundits predict Tuesday's election results.
11:58am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Referendums on fair maps and $ in politics in dozen Wisconsin communities.
11:58am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Walker's $$$ advantage.
11:54am
NextGen America. POLL: Youth vote enthusiasm shattering 2014 Midterm levels, young Americans support Democrats by 26 point margin.
11:52am
One Wisconsin Now. Mamma Mia! Those are some big contributions.
11:51am
One Wisconsin Institute. Post-One Wisconsin Institute lawsuit, voters continue to shatter early vote records.
11:50am
DOT. It's not too late to obtain an ID to vote in the fall election.
5:22am
SNAP. State of Wisconsin granted professional licenses to four priests with histories of abuse.
5:21am
Women's March Wisconsin. Wisconsin GOP has failed survivors of child sex abuse.
5:14am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Tuesday, November 6th is Election Day: VOTE!
5:13am
Libertarian Party of Wisconsin. 2018 voter misinformation.

12:33pm
Wisconsin State Journal. Neck-and-neck finish between Scott Walker, Tony Evers features whiplash on key issues.
5:26am
Washington Post. As Election Day nears, Democrats have new worries about persistently close races for governor.
5:10am
TIME. Republican Senate candidates are gambling on Trump.
5:09am
Racine Journal Times. Voters to weigh in on marijuana; Multiple referendum questions on ballot.
5:07am
WISN. 'UPFRONT' recap: Walker, Evers make closing arguments in governor's race.
4:54am
The Hill. Republicans put in bind over preexisting conditions.
4:46am
New York Times. 'Fired up' voter in 22 states are outpacing 2014 early ballot counts.
4:43am
USA Today. Midterms: Races for governor, statehouses will help decide control of Congress for a decade.
4:39am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Chippewa Valley, 'the purplest part of a purple state,' could play big election role Tuesday.
4:38am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Elections chief says Wisconsin is prepared for Tuesday's vote.
4:37am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Walker, Evers crisscross state ahead of Tuesday's election.
4:34am
NBC 15. Vukmir continues tour around southwest Wisconsin ahead of election day.
4:29am
La Crosse Tribune. Evers promises on tax increases; Warren rallies for Baldwin.
4:24am
Racine Journal Times. Democrats whip up support heading into final stretch.
4:23am
Marshfield News Herald. 'Anxious,' 'unwell' and 'angry,' voters decry the political culture as they head to the polls in Wisconsin.
4:21am
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune. Shifting stances: Scott Walker takes new position on health care, Tony Evers takes new one on taxes.
4:20am
Wisconsin State Journal. Early in-person voting in Madison wraps up, quadruple 2014 midterm number.
4:12am
WQOW. Baldwin defends her progress with the Affordable Care Act.
4:10am
WBAY. Evers brings "Tour for Change" to northeast Wisconsin.
4:10am
WFRV. Third party candidates running for governor hold debate ahead of election.
4:09am
Fox 11. 'Get out the vote,' final push by Brown County Republicans and Democrats.
4:08am
WKOW. Out-of-state college students express concern and confusion about voting.
4:04am
WAOW. Woman runs as write-in candidate for 69th Assembly District.
4:03am
Fox 6. Estimates 25K early voters in Milwaukee could make for shorter lines on Election Day.
4:02am
Fox 6. Health care dominates governor's race during final weekend of campaigning.
4:01am
WSAW. Candidates making final last minute stops to rally voters.
4:01am
U.S. News & World Report. Anxious politicians and volunteers make final election push.
3:59am
U.S. News & World Report. What to watch: Walker's battle tops busy ballot.

Friday November 2, 2018

Governor

1:27pm
Gov. Walker. Issues Executive Order #312.

State Agencies

1:31pm
DHS. St. Louis Encephalitis Virus reported in a Wisconsin resident.
1:25pm
DHS. Understand the dangers of carbon monoxide.
10:54am
DWD. Governor Walker obtains disaster unemployment assistance for a ninth Wisconsin county.

4:36am
Baraboo News Republic. Baraboo circus museum leaders optimistic about future under state historical society control.

Economy/Business

10:52am
Bloomberg. Cancer-linked chemicals manufactured by 3M are turning up in drinking water.

Education

2:20pm
Marquette University. Journalist Dave Zirin to discuss race and social activism in sports at Marquette, Nov. 8.
10:45am
Marquette University. Marquette engineer receives $1.5 million form U.S. Air Force to study how to prevent accidental detonations of explosives and propellants.
9:55am
UW-Madison. Stem cells @ 20: Students find inspiration, support in UW-Madison's stem cell community.

4:30am
Racine Journal Times. Colleges confront declining number of high school graduates: 'We're not going to grow our way out of this.'

Local

4:58am
Kenosha News. Officials make final push for 'yes' votes on medical marijuana referendum.
4:34am
WJFW. Door-knockers, mailers try to make impression as mining vote nears in Oneida Co.
4:25am
WKOW. Dane Co. flood victims struggle with staggering losses, insurance confusion.
4:23am
WBAY. FEMA denies individual assistance for Fond du Lac County storm damage.
4:16am
Fox 6. 13% pay raise proposed for Milwaukee elected officials.

Congress

11:32am
U.S. Reps. Pocan, Khanna. Say administration's comments on Yemen not enough, call for full end to U.S. participation in Saudi war.
4:45am
U.S. Rep. Pocan. And Doggett request GAO investigation into economic development subsidies, including Foxconn.

4:38am
The Hill. Trump will not renew Obama-era program to fight domestic terrorism: report.
4:13am
Politico. 'Consider it a rifle': Trump says migrants throwing rocks will be treated as armed.

Politics

2:22pm
Republican Party of Wisconsin. WISGOP releases new ad highlighting footage of Evers saying $1 gas tax hike is "on the table" while Barnes criticizes the idea.
1:30pm
One Wisconsin Now. Scott Walker gave pedophile ex-priests professional licenses.
10:08am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Pocahontas campaigns with Tomah Tammy.
8:39am
Walker for Governor. ICYMI: Scott Walker's more jobs, higher wages bus tour spotlights record of real leadership.
8:10am
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Conservation voters lead effort to elect leaders who will protect Wisconsin.
8:09am
Ryan for Congress. WashEx: Vote Republican, keep America prosperous.
5:03am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Updated statewide list of free rides to vote in the 2018 Fall Election.
4:48am
RPW. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir will bring the Wisconsin Way to Washington.
4:47am
RPW. In the News: Tony Evers continues to demonstrate failed leadership with hypocritical investments.
4:47am
RPW. Tony's taxes will cost Wisconsin jobs.
4:46am
RPW. BREAKING "Teacher charged with having sex with inmate had license renewed by DPI" under Tony Evers' failed leadership.

3:40pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers would seek to phase out school vouchers, but plan unlikely to pass. 
1:24pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Bice: Four pedophile ex-priests had their professional licenses granted under Gov. Scott Walker's administration.
10:10am
Reuters. Explainer: High-stakes state elections will shape U.S. political power.
4:56am
Washington Post. Can Scott Walker extend his winning streak in Wisconsin?
4:52am
ABC News. Wisconsin's failing dairy industry means farmers may play vital role in midterms.
4:49am
WISC. Wisconsin Elections Commission: Internet outages causing problems for some MyVote users.
4:37am
Hudson Star-Observer. Foxconn, UW funding, bipartisanship: Here's where Assembly District 30 candidates stand.
4:35am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Familiar faces running for open 31st Senate seat.
4:33am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Duffy, Engebretson debate health care, guns, Trump's rhetoric. WJFW.
4:32am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Evers stresses 'positive vision.'
4:31am
Beloit Daily News. Locked in tied race, Walker campaigns in Beloit.
4:30am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Republicans received $15,000 from Montana congressman who body-slammed reporter.
4:29am
Sheboygan Press. Bice: Teacher charged with having sex with inmates had license renewed by DPI.
4:27am
Appleton Post Crescent. Leah Vukmir, Scott Walker campaign in Fox Cities ahead of Tuesday election.
4:26am
WAOW. Candidates for 72nd Assembly District sound off on WPR.
4:24am
WFRV. Wisconsin Senate District 19 candidates talk issues.
4:24am
WBAY. Rep. Paul Ryan tours northeast Wisconsin to support Republican candidates.
4:22am
WSAW. 7 Investigates profiles Tony Evers about education.
4:21am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Evers fundraising numbers show heavy union support.
4:20am
WSAW. 7 Investigates: Rep. Sean Duffy heads into election far out fundraising Democrat Engebretson.
4:19am
WBAY. Vukmir hopes for White House support after Conway misses rally. 
4:19am
WKBT. Democrat Paul Buhr campaigns in La Crosse for WI's 96th Assembly seat.
4:18am
WQOW. More people getting IDs at Eau Claire DMVs before election.
4:17am
WQOW. Tony Evers says he has no intention of raising taxes during campaign in Eau Claire.
4:15am
Fox 6. Early voting numbers in Milwaukee to surpass 26K by end of Thursday.

Thursday November 1, 2018

Governor

5:08pm
Gov. Walker. FEMA approves individual assistance for Marquette County following August, September floods.
4:58am
NextGen America. NextGen Wisconsin statement on Scott Walker's BadgerCare restrictions.
4:56am
Kids Forward. Opposes Governor Walker's dangerous changes to BadgerCare.

1:48pm
Urban Milwaukee. Former Corrections Sec. Wall: Scott Walker lacks ethics.
4:42am
The Hill. Trump administration approves Wisconsin Medicaid work requirements. Wisconsin Public Radio.
4:42am
U.S. News & World Report. U.S. rejects Wisconsin's drug-testing plan for Medicaid.

Budget

10:30am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 'I'm going to stand up': Northern Wisconsin judge demands answers from state on public defender crisis.
4:43am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Counties seek more money to cover out-of-home care costs, child protection caseloads.

Legislative

5:08pm
Rep. Thiesfeldt. WEDC offers Disaster Recovery Micro Loans.
1:47pm
Sen. Vinehout. Column: What does Foxconn mean to me?
9:45am
Sen. Schachtner. Property taxpayers on the hook for 62 percent increase for vouchers.
9:36am
Sen. Shilling. Weekly Democratic radio address: "Families left behind after eight years of GOP control."

State Agencies

5:05pm
DHS. Seeks approval for disaster FoodShare benefits for people impacted by severe weather, flooding.
5:04pm
DNR. Outdoor Report.
2:14pm
DATCP. Sign up opens for 2019 Landscape Pesticide Registry.
2:13pm
DWD. Public comment period open on worker's compensation reform.
1:25pm
WEDC. Startup Wisconsin Week kicks off next week.
11:11am
State Public Defender. Announces 2018 award recipients.
9:42am
DATCP. Industrial hemp license apps, registration open for 2019 season.
9:40am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter November 2018.
4:54am
Wisconsin Lottery. Waukesha resident claims $70,000 Badger 5 jackpot.

Statewide

3:28pm
Wisconsin BPDD. Vital role and stresses of caregiving recognized with WI Family Caregiver Month Family.
3:27pm
Wisconsin Family and Caregiver Alliance. Family caregivers share challenges and rewards of caregiving in November 1 kick-off.
10:34am
Alliant Energy Foundation. Hometown heroism gets support from Alliant Energy Foundation.
4:59am
The Arc Wisconsin. Celebrates Wisconsin Family Caregiver Month with caregiver stories in the Capitol.

Courts

9:51am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin joined top GOP donor in California court case.

Education

2:15pm
Marquette University. O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism to host annual conference.
1:41pm
UW-River Falls. Celebrate National Geography Awareness Week Nov. 12-16.
1:26pm
UW-Madison. Food processors, UW collaborate to remove guesswork from wastewater disposal.
11:09am
DPI. Hearing scheduled Nov. 16 on open enrollment scope statement.
11:08am
UW-Madison. Twenty years on, measuring the impact of human stem cells.
10:33am
MPS. And City of Milwaukee announces the MKE Early Childhood Initiative.
10:28am
Marquette University. Diane Foley to speak.
10:26am
UW-Platteville. Concert to honor Veterans' Day, 100th anniversary of WWI Armistice.
10:25am
UW-Platteville. To honor military with Field of Honor.
9:44am
WAICU. Distributes $72,000 in CIC/UPS scholarships to students.
4:53am
Marquette University. Provost Dan Myers stepping down; Dr. Kimo Ah Yun named acting provost.

4:39am
Racine Journal Times. School voucher program participation increases by 8.7 percent statewide.

Local

5:06pm
City of Waukesha. EPA announces low-cost loans for Waukesha Water Supply Project.
2:44pm
Milwaukee County Sup. Taylor. County Board votes unanimously to back expungement reform.
1:18pm
Milwaukee Ald. Rainey. $800,000 added to 2019 city budget for Office of African American Affairs.

1:20pm
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Milwaukee aldermen advance plan to give 13.6 percent pay increases to elected officials over four years.

Congress

4:36am
USA Today. Despite stricter U.S. immigration rules, more asylum-seekers flow across border.
4:35am
Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. Johnson touts immigration reform. WEAU.

Politics

5:09pm
DGA. Desperate Walker pouring on the lies.
5:07pm
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Kellyanne Conway: President Trump needs another ally like Leah.
3:29pm
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Influence peddler of the month - Republican Attorneys General Association.
1:24pm
Evers for Governor. Responds to Walker's latest lie on pre-existing conditions.
1:21pm
One Wisconsin Now. Groups behind the 'blue wave' urge voters to make their voices heard.
11:46am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Record spending by express advocacy groups in Wisconsin.
11:45am
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. Record outside spending set in AG race.
11:21am
Cornucopia Institute. Congressional GMO Voters Guide: Who Sold Out the "Right to Know."
11:10am
Kooyenga for 5th Senate. 90 percent of Democratic Senate candidate donors come from outside of Wisconsin.
11:08am
American Majority. Conservative group's ground-game hits 140,000 live voter contacts to get out the vote.
11:07am
Siegrist for 24th Assembly. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm endorses.
10:27am
DPW. Vukmir sold out WI on Paul Ryan's Medicare & Social Security cuts.
10:25am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. ICYMI: Leah Vukmir keeps Tomah VA scandal front and center in race against U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.
9:43am
Schimel for Attorney General. Gains massive support in traditional Dem stronghold of Milwaukee.
9:41am
Evers for Governor. Watch: Tony for Wisconsin launches new ad: 'Cabinet.'
9:40am
Vukmir for U.S. Senate. Condoleezza Rice endorses.
9:38am
State Senate Democratic Committee. Marklein lies about road record during tough election campaign.

1:31pm
The Hill. Walker: Obama is 'the biggest liar in the world.'
1:28pm
U.S. News & World Report. Grothman hoping any blue wave bypasses usually safe district.
11:31am
Marshfield News Herald. In fight for his political life, Scott Walker throws out 11th-hour proposal on pre-existing conditions.
11:30am
Wausau Daily Herald. 85th Assembly: Snyder confident despite national 'blue wave' but Democrats, Leahy hopeful.
10:04am
U.S. News & World Report. Candidates blanket Wisconsin in final push to Tuesday.
9:59am
Bloomberg. Trump's budget bet piles debt on voters promised a pay raise.
9:49am
Racine Journal Times. Early voting heavy in cities; Racine already at 2014 levels.
4:47am
Wisconsin Dells Events. Evers calls for change during Wisconsin Dells speech.
4:46am
Washington Post. Early vote totals in at least 17 states already surpass 2014 turnout at this point.
4:46am
Janesville Gazette. Walker praises new Medicaid restrictions at Beloit campaign stop.
4:40am
Racine Journal Times. Poll: Voters remain split about Foxconn impact; governor's race a toss up.
4:38am
WSAW. 7 Investigates profiles Gov. Walker on education.
4:38am
WDIO. Sen. Baldwin: 'Washington is not working for the state.'
4:37am
Fox 6. Tonette Walker, Rebecca Kleefisch, Leah Vukmir make campaign stop in Menomonee Falls.
4:36am
WKBT. AG Schimel visits Sparta, comments on record high prison population.
4:34am
WBAY. Early voters just want it over with.
4:34am
Fox 11. State Assembly candidate wants ethical review of Allouez President's endorsement letter.
4:33am
WISC. Many voters remain undecided in Wisconsin attorney general race.
4:32am
WAOW. Vukmir refers to Baldwin as 'Princess Painkiller.'
4:32am
WXOW. Evers talks solutions in La Crosse.
4:30am
Janesville Gazette. Vukmir visits Milton, claims a disconnect between polls and voters.
4:30am
Wausau Daily Herald. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin highlights collaboration, disagreements with President Trump.
4:29am
The Hill. Trump's attack on Ryan seen as advance scapegoating. Politico.

 

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