Monday December 9, 2019 - Updated 4:24am

Governor

3:54am
WKBT. Wisconsin governor lights 'holiday' tree; choir sings carols. 

Legislative

4:04am
Sen. Schachtner. Column: Preventing rural homelessness. 
4:03am
Rep. Edming. Medford tree farm provides 2019 State Capitol Christmas Tree. 

3:47am
Cap Times. Rep. John Nygren builds on more than five years of work on opioid crisis with new HOPE bills. 
3:44am
Fox 11. Does Wisconsin need stiffer penalties to deter threats of school violence?
3:41am
WJFW. A recent push from Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul might change how testing of rape kits are regulated. 

State Agencies

3:55am
Cap Times. Wisconsin National Guard advised sexual assault accusers to sign waiver forms, avoid police. 
3:48am
Cap Times. Sweeping investigation into sexual misconduct in Wisconsin National Guard could trigger overhaul. 
3:46am
Daily Reporter. Highway commission won't advance new major projects after 5-year hiatus. 
3:38am
Wisconsin State Journal. Farm siting rules likely heading back to drawing board after pushback from GOP, farm groups. 

Economy/Business

3:56am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Foxconn's Terry Gou visits Milwaukee after Trump tells him to 'bring more jobs to Wisconsin.'
3:42am
WISN. Manufacturing company to pay college tuition to attract employees. 
3:38am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin housing starts lag in 2019. 
3:37am
Kenosha News. Job growth in second quarter creates more optimism for state's shaken manufacturing sector. 

Statewide

3:55am
Wisconsin State Journal. Aging dams put thousands at risk; structures not designed for current climate patterns. 

Education

4:05am
Edgewood College. Students protest on campus: 'We are here.'

4:24am
Racine Journal Times. Proposed Unified facilities overhaul to cost estimated $650M. 
3:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW System awarded grant to improve pathways to degrees for people of color. 
3:52am
Ashland Press Gazette. Professors, lawmakers upset that UW regents won't expand presidential search panel. 
3:50am
Jefferson County Daily Union. Agreement reinvigorates engineering program at UW-Whitewater at Rock County. 
3:49am
Madison.com. 'No silver bullet' to reverse UW-Madison's slide in national research ranking. 
3:42am
U.S. News & World Report. In U.S. schools, resource officers woven into daily life. 

Local

3:44am
Wisconsin Pubilc Radio. 'This doesn't add up': Milwaukee's Fire and Police Commission under fire. 

Congress

3:48am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Ron Kind criticizes Trump administration for delaying China trade deal. 
3:39am
WISN. "UPFRONT' recap: Sensenbrenner wants whistleblower to testify in impeachment proceedings. 

Politics

4:06am
Common Cause in Wisconsin. Don't overlook Wisconsin's critical Supreme Court election. 

Friday December 6, 2019

Governor

2:44pm
Rep. Anderson. Letter to Gov. Evers regarding disability access at voting locations. 
10:45am
Gov. Evers. Orders flags to half-staff in honor of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. 

4:04am
WAOW. In wake of school shootings, Gov. Tony Evers won't push for gun reform. 

Legislative

3:18pm
Speaker Vos. Hosts Assembly Republican "The Right Angle" podcast with Rep. Mark Born. 
3:11pm
Rep. Hebl. Statement on woeful state of Wisconsin's environmental protections. 
2:43pm
Sen. Kapenga. Praises Trump rule enforceing work requirements. 
1:42pm
Sen. Carpenter. Wisconsin Republicans forget the reason for the season. 
10:44am
Sen. Marklein. Column: My first response to my EMS summits. 
9:45am
Rep. Pronschinske. Column: Got real milk?
9:43am
Joint Audit Co-Chairs Cowles, Kerkman. Audit recommends state agencies improve oversight of residential properties. 
9:42am
LAB. Report 19-26: State-Owned Residential Properties. Briefing Sheet. 
4:12am
Rep. Vining. Launches next Forward Wisconsin project: Fair maps. 

3:09pm
U.S. News & World Report. Audit faults oversight of state-owned residential properties. 
4:08am
WJFW. Wisconsin Assembly bill would lessen the penalty for bail jumping. 
4:06am
Wisconsin State Journal. Report: Wisconsin led nation in cuts to environmental protection since 2008.

State Agencies

3:46pm
DATCP. Committee seeking public comment on data privacy and security. 
3:45pm
DOJ. Boscobel man charged with possession of child pornography; Grant County Sheriff's Office joins ICAC Task Force. 
1:51pm
DSPS. Secretary-designee Crim attends Foxconn inspection, tours site. 
1:49pm
DMA. Remainder of Wisconsin Guard infantry battalion now back in state. 
1:48pm
DWD. Wisconsin ranks 1st nationally in quarter over quarter manufacturing job growth. 
1:39pm
DHS. Investigates outbreak of adenovirus infections on college campuses. 
10:43am
DNR. Outdoor report. 
4:13am
DOJ. Another conviction after testing of backlogged sexual assault kits; Minocqua man imprisoned for child sexual assault. 
4:13am
DNR. New stocking plan aims at enhancing Lake Michigan fishing. 

4:05am
Cap Times. Emails show former DOJ leaders coordinated with Wisconsin National Guard to keep feds out of sexual assault investigations. 
4:03am
Wisconsin Public Radio. New WEDC CEO says state committed to Foxconn deal. 

Environment/Outdoors

3:53am
WXOW. Low gun deer harvest impacting CWD testing in La Crosse County. 

Statewide

9:44am
Lutheran Office for Public Policy. Statement on COP 25 in Spain.

4:07am
WKBT. Leader Ethics-Wisconsin unveils its 2020 Citizen's Guide. 
3:53am
The Hill. U.S. spent $1 trillion on hospitals in 2018, report finds. 

Courts

3:58am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Chippewa County says bankrupt frac sand mine in violation of state, local laws. 

Education

3:50pm
Wisconsin Technical College System, WAICU, UW System. Wisconsin's higher education partners hold statewide Equity in the Classroom Conference. 
1:57pm
UW-Whitewater. Each year, contributes more than a half-billion dollars to the regional economy. 
1:40pm
UW System. Expands opportunities for adult learners. 
9:46am
UW-Stout. Honors College, celebrating 25th year, receives national award. 

3:06pm
Wisconsin State Journal. UW Board of Regents approves 2% raises for all UW chancellors. 
4:07am
The Guardian. Two school shootings a day apart: Wisconsin reckons with impact of armed guards. 
4:02am
WCLO. Economic study shows $515 million impact of UW-Whitewater. 
4:01am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Madison asks regents to change policy requiring minimum in-state enrollment. 
3:55am
WEAU. Regents approve $49 million UW-La Crosse field house project. 
3:54am
WQOW. CVTC Board takes step toward referendum. 

Local

11:08am
Racine Mayor Mason. City announces "Food for Forgiveness" partnership with Malicki's Piggly Wiggly and the Racine County Food Bank.

4:00am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. New Berlin officials rejects a key component of Waukesha's Lake Michigan water plan. Now Waukesha plans to sue. 
3:57am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Few communities ask voters to raise taxes. Those that do are trying to maintain what they have. 
3:55am
WKOW. WI communities issue warnings before IL marijuana laws change. 

Congress

3:44pm
Politico. GOP senators dig deeper into Ukraine election meddling theory. 
4:09am
The Hill. Progressive leader warns members could vote no on drug price bill as it stands. 
4:01am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Sen. Ron Johnson says Ukraine whistleblower's name should be public, and he will be 'celebrated,' like Christine Blasey Ford. 
3:59am
Beloit Daily News. Members divided in House of Representatives. 
3:56am
WAOW. New SNAP rule could impact thousands of Wisconsinites. 

Politics

2:27pm
RPW. ICYMI: Jill Karofsky aligned with her partisan allies by calling for gun control. 
1:56pm
Zimdars for 14th Senate. Announces bid.
10:47am
Church for 7th Congress. ICYMI: Received important national and local endorsements. 

Thursday December 5, 2019

Governor

1:01pm
Cap Times. Gov. Evers to release findings of investigation into National Guard's handling of sexual assault. 
3:54am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Gov. Tony Evers calls for more funding for mental health, officers in schools after spate of violence. 
3:52am
U.S. News & World Report. Governor: Wisconsin must 'step up' after school shootings. 

Legislative

2:23pm
Wisconsin Conservation Voters. Release water quality protection checklist. 
12:38pm
Rep. Neubauer. Democratic Weekly Radio Address: Forward on Climate.
12:34pm
Sen. Erpenbach. Column: Homeless Wisconsinites left out in the cold by GOP.
12:31pm
Sens. LeMahieu, Bernier. Letter to Wisconsin Elections Commission regarding 2015 Act 261.
11:57am
Sen. Nass. Democrats attempt to impeach the president.

4:00am
WISC. Tens of thousands of state employees wait for committee to approve raises, no meeting scheduled. 

State Agencies

2:22pm
DNR. Hunter and Angler R3 Grants deadline January 3.
11:25am
DOR. Fraud and identity theft protection efforts pay off. 
10:54am
DNR. Field Notes shares 2019 succes stories for Wisconsin rare species and natural areas. 

3:58am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. State tourism council chooses new leader after dispute over how it selects officers. Cap Times. 
3:50am
Cap Times. Wisconsin National Guard's response to sexual-assault allegations 'an absolute train wreck,' federal investigator says. 

Economy/Business

12:35pm
WEC Energy Group. Announces plan to increase dividend by 7 percent. 

2:06pm
Milwaukee Biz Times. Wisconsin exports down 2.3% in October. 
3:44am
WSAW. USDA: Corn harvest second slowest on record. 

Statewide

11:21am
Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin. Announces $1.59 million in awards to advance community health efforts across Wisconsin.

3:53am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Study: Despite legal obstacles, teens find access to firearms. 
3:51am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin doctors could reduce health care costs while improving quality of care, study says. 
3:49am
The Hill. States slashed 4,400 environmental agency jobs in past decade: study. 
3:44am
WISC. Meth use increasing in Madison; use quadruples in state in last decade. 

Courts

3:48am
Center Square. Judge could rule at Dec. 14 hearing if Wisconsin Elections Commission should follow state law. 

Education

3:43pm
Marquette University. Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service to host reporter from Report for America. 
3:40pm
UW-Madison. Delirium linked to brain injury after severe surgery. 
2:10pm
UW System. Highlights UW-Whitewater's new Economic Impact Report in latest stop on the All In Wisconsin tour. 
12:28pm
Dane County Exec. Parisi. Announces 2019 Partners in Equity - Racial Equity and Social Justice Grant recipients. 
12:26pm
Marquette University. Dental professor receives WDA Award of Honor. 
11:23am
Alverno College. Bestowing of the Kente will celebrate 25 years. 
11:22am
Madison Teachers Inc. Hosting 'Solidarity for Social Justice' series. 
9:45am
Mount Mary University. Intergenerational housing planned for Mount Mary campus. 
9:25am
UW-Milwaukee. More than 1,200 to receive degrees at graduation Dec. 15. 

3:59am
Madison.com. UW-Madison seeks new target in how many in-state freshman it must enroll.
3:55am
WKOW. Drop in birth rates causing UW to push for more adult students through online classes. 

Local

3:41pm
Milwaukee Ald. Donovan. Fire and Police Commission dysfunction demands a thorough investigation. 

3:56am
WISC. Board approves Beltline shoulder use. 
3:48am
WJFW. Rhinelander room tax topic of debate as city requests 45 percent of revenue, law allows for 30 percent. 

Congress

3:11pm
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Sullivan. Introduce bipartisan legislation to prevent overmedication among veterans. 
1:12pm
Wisconsin Brewers Guild. Wisconsin's small and independent craft brewers face tax increase if rate expires on Dec. 31. 
9:25am
U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Rounds, Tester, Capito, Roberts. Introduce reform to provide affordable housing for volunteer firefighters and first responders. 
4:03am
U.S. Rep. Grothman. On President Trump's SNAP improvements. 
4:01am
U.S. Rep. Steil. Co-introduces solution to help working families. 

12:57pm
Reuters. U.S. military could add troops to Middle East, but struggles to explain plans. 
4:08am
The Hill. Trump mulls sending additional 14,000 troops to Middle East: report.
3:45am
WJFW. Baldwin introduces legislation to make housing more affordable for volunteer first responders. 

Politics

11:24am
ABC of Wisconsin. Endorses Tiffany for Congress. 

Wednesday December 4, 2019


11:22am

Governor

12:09pm
WSAU. Evers requests date for State of the State speech. 
9:44am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Tony Evers reverses course and releases a day of emails requested under the open records law. 
3:50am
WISC. Gov. Evers has personal ties to school shooting site in Oshkosh.

Legislative

4:25pm
Speaker Vos. Response to governor's call for increased mental health funding. 
2:35pm
Rep. Kerkman. Tax accountability dashboard bill progresses. 
1:25pm
Sen. Cowles. Redevelopment in Green Bay area get a boost from the state. 
12:48pm
Rep. Dittrich. Wisconsin incidents highlight value of school resource officers. 
12:07pm
Rep. Subeck. Re-elected to Board of National Foundation for Women Legislators. 
11:40am
Sen. Shilling. Co-authors bill to boost Wisconsin businesses.
11:37am
Rep. Vining. Wants Wisconsin to go big for small business.  LRB-2980
11:23am
Rep. Taylor. Democrats and advocates introduce "Forward on Climate" bills for sustainability and equity. 
11:13am
Sen. Smith. Column: The Ho-Chunk code talkers: Honoring Native American history. 
9:02am
Rep. Neubauer. Releases "Forward on Climate" bill package. 

4:03am
U.S. News & World Report. Republican says rape kit testing bill will pass Legislature. 
4:02am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Kaul pushes for hearing on sexual assault kit bill. 
4:00am
WKOW. "It happens every day," Proposal aims to reduce workplace violence at hospitals. 

State Agencies

1:22pm
DNR. Natural Resource Board to meet Dec. 10-11 in Madison. 
11:40am
DOJ. UPDATE: Oshkosh West High School officer involved shooting. 

3:55am
WXOW. Menstrual products now available in state buildings. Wisconsin State Journal. 
3:52am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State crime lab trends change with new marijuana laws. 

Economy/Business

2:36pm
Wisconsin Bankers Association. Banking hemp: Federal regulators issue first guidance. 
9:41am
Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce. Reflects on year-round commitment to giving back. 

11:58am
Bloomberg. Trump's $28 billion trade war bailout is overpaying farmers. 

Statewide

12:06pm
Wisconsin Farmers Union. Sets date for Farm and Rural Lobby Day.
8:35am
LeaderEthics Wisconsin. Announcement of a news conference. 

Education

4:25am
Rep. Hintz. Statement on shooting at Oshkosh West High School.
4:19am
U.S. Sen. Johnson. Statement on Wisconsin high school incidents. 
4:17am
DPI Supt. Stanford Taylor. Statement on shooting incident at Oshkosh West High School.

4:01am
NBC 15. Lt. Gov. Barnes calls out GOP leaders after armed student shot in Oshkosh.
3:57am
Center Square. Wisconsin leaders stay, mostly, away from politics in reacting to shooting at Waukesha school.
3:55am
WISN. State AG: Schools need better preparation, more training for shooting situations. 
3:54am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. What is going on? Fears of school shootings hit eight Wisconsin high schools in three days. 
3:53am
Washington Post. Student stabs school resource officer at a Wisconsin high school, leading to an officer-involved shooting. 

Local

4:21pm
Milwaukee County Sups. Taylor, Shea. Urge all area warming centers to open at 32 degrees. 
2:29pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Statement on honoring former Mayor Joel Skornicka by flying flags at half-staff. 
12:05pm
Racine Mayor Mason. New hotel coming to downtown Racine at Zahn's site. 
11:14am
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Names Matt Wachter Director of Planning and Community and Economic Development. 

9:46am
Wisconsin State Journal. More testing confirms southwestern Wisconsin wells contaminated with fecal matter. 

Congress

9:53am
The Hill. Push to investigate Bidens sets up potential for Senate turf war. 
4:16am
AP. DHS may require U.S. citizens to be photographed at airports.
3:56am
Spectrum News. Sen. Baldwin calls out Trump administration for flip flopping on e-cigarette crackdown. 
3:51am
The Hill. Trump administration to introduce plan cutting food stamps for 750,000 people. 

Politics

4:36pm
Andraca for 23rd Assembly. Enters race for 23rd Assembly District, challenges Republican Jim Ott.
1:24pm
Karofsky for Wisconsin Supreme Court. Announces major labor endorsement in Supreme Court race. 

4:05am
WAOW. Church, Dale, Sen. Tiffany, Zunker approved for 7th Dist. election ballot. 
4:04am
Madison.com. Scott Walker touts Rebecca Kleefisch for governor, won't rule out political comeback. 

Tuesday December 3, 2019

Governor

3:26pm
Gov. Evers. Statement on shooting at Oshkosh West High School.

Legislative

3:58pm
Rep. Oldenburg. Releases legislation aimed to promote natural flood management. 
2:19pm
Rep. Sargent. Wisconsin installs menstrual product dispensers in state buildings - a significant step towards equality. 
1:15pm
Sen. Schachtner. Responds to over 10,000 constituent contacts. 
10:39am
Rep. Shankland. Rebuke to Regent President's refusal to include faculty, staff, and students on Presidential Search Committee. 
10:30am
AG Kaul. Urges Assembly Health Committee to hold public hearing on legislation to prevent further backlog of untested sexual asault kits. 
3:50am
Rep. Allen. Statement on Waukesha South High School incident. 
3:50am
Rep. Kurtz. Column: Need for F-35 flies above the rhetoric. 

3:59am
Wisconsin Public Radio. (Audio) Proposed bill would expand baby changing tables in men's restrooms. 
3:24am
CBS 58. Elected officials react to Waukesha school shooting. 
3:22am
WISN. Calls for change after gun incidents at Waukesha high schools. Fox 6.

State Agencies

3:25pm
DNR. Weekly news. 
12:28pm
DNR. Wisconsin concludes 168th nine-day gun deer season.
11:12am
OCI. Administrative Actions November 2019. 
10:29am
Women's Council Wisconsin. New report finds female circuit court judge among the fastest growing elected offices for women. 
10:26am
WEDC. Door County boutique hotel breaks ground.
4:06am
DOJ. Man sentenced to 25 years in prison for sexual assault after backlogged kit tested.

4:05am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Winnebago Mental Health Institute, the state's psychiatric hospital, is short more than 100 staff as it seeks another new director. 
3:25am
Wisconsin Public Radio. State offers more money to reduce diesel emissions. 
3:20am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin elections panel seeks clarity on deactivation. 

Economy/Business

9:26am
CNBC. Dow drops 400 points, biggest fall in 2 months, after Trump says he could wait on China deal.
3:54am
Milwaukee Biz Times. Region's manufacturing sector has declined in 6 of last 7 months. 
3:37am
NBC 15. Regal Beloit closing Clinton operations, laying off dozens. 
3:34am
Cap Times. Wisconsin Policy Forum report: Madison tech job sector 'booming.'
3:21am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Report: A decade after Great Recession, Wisconsin's job market on the rise. 

Environment/Outdoors

4:00am
Wisconsin Public Radio. UW-Eau Claire researchers find microplastics in Boundary Waters Wilderness Area. 
3:17am
WSAW. DNR: Wisconsin hunters harvest nearly 27% fewer deer in 2019. 

Courts

11:55am
Wisconsin Supreme Court. State v. Stephan I. Roberson.

Education

2:00pm
UW-Platteville. To celebrate 203rd commencement. 
1:59pm
UW-Platteville. An eye-opening experience: undergraduate research. 
1:14pm
UW-Stout. Students create product photos, videos for Mall of America cheese shop. 
11:16am
Sen. Feyen. Statement on officer-involved shooting at Oshkosh West High School.
11:13am
Rep. Vining. Responds to recent violence and threats at high schools.
10:31am
UW-Stout. Menomonie Hmong New Year celebration Saturday. 

11:14am
Oshkosh Northwestern. Oshkosh West High School locked down after officer-involved shooting with student. 
10:03am
Fox 11. Officer-involved shooting at Oshkosh West High School.
3:33am
La Crosse Tribune. UW Regents won't expand presidential search panel despite pleas from all 13 campuses. 

Local

2:20pm
Milwaukee County Sheriff Lucas. Come join our team! We're hiring Deputy Sheriff's.
12:35pm
Waukesha County Health and Human Services. Residents urged to get flu shots before peak influenza season. 
10:34am
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Award in Public Discourse winner is Patty Prime. 

11:24am
U.S. News & World Report.  Tests show more SW Wisconsin wells contaminated. 
4:02am
Reedsburg Times-Press. Reedsburg proposes lowering sex offender residency ordinance by 250 feet. 
3:57am
Wisconsin State Journal. Plan to add part-time lane to Beltline draws concerns from Madison transportation board. 
3:37am
WEAU. Dunn Co. well found to have high levels of uranium. 

Congress

3:29am
Politico. Trump conquers Republicans on trade. 
3:19am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Congressman Mark Pocan says U.S. House must impeach Trump, regardless of political fallout. Wisconsin State Journal.

Politics

4:11am
RPW. ICYMI: Social justice warrior Jill Karofsky gave the lightest sentence possible to a brutal murderer. 

3:23am
Wausau Daily Herald. Two Democrats, two Republicans file for candidacy in Wisconsin's 7th Congressional District to replace Duffy.

Monday December 2, 2019

Governor

2:45pm
Gov. Evers. Statement on shooting at Waukesha South High School.

3:07am
WISC. State website to help Wisconsin residents with 2020 Census.

Legislative

4:13pm
Rep. Felzkowski. Bill to increase health care access signed into law. 
1:47pm
Badgers United. (Podcast) Sen. Andre Jacque.
10:27am
Rep. Felzkowski. Announces December in-district office hours. 
3:18am
Rep. Ohnstad. And area legislators push for public notice on violent offender release.  LRB-4870.

9:01am
Kenosha News. Elections Commission may seek guidance from Legislature on voter eligibility policy. 
3:49am
Wisconsin Public Radio. (Audio) Jacque discusses vaping, worker benefits, crime bills.
3:14am
WBAY. Assembly records lawsuit cost taxpayers $26,500 in legal bills.
3:04am
WKBT. Telehealth medical technology continues to be used more in area hospitals. 
3:00am
Kenosha News. Bill seek to curb Wisconsin's opioid epidemic. 

State Agencies

2:44pm
DNR. Nominations sought for angling and hunting representatives on Sporting Heritage Council by Jan. 1.
1:51pm
Wisconsin Lottery. Boscobel-area Badger 5 jackpot claimed. 
8:29am
DATCP. Keep Your Kids Safe newsletter - December 2019.
3:16am
DMA. First half of 'Guardian Angel' battalion returns to Wisconsin.

3:11am
WKBT. First half of 'Guardian Angels' battalion returns to Wisconsin.

Economy/Business

12:02pm
Foxconn. Announces $31M in additional construction awards. 
10:28am
Wisconsin Technology Council. Wisconsin Governor's Business Plan Contest open for 2020 entries through Jan. 31, 2020.
8:49am
Wisconsin Policy Forum. Focus: Wisconsin' shifting job market. 

Environment/Outdoors

3:10am
U.S. News & World Report. Wisconsin residents call for delisting wolves as endangered. 
3:10am
WDIO. Minnesota DNR worries Chronic Wasting Disease spreading from Wisconsin.

Statewide

4:11pm
Midwest Food Products Association. Midwest food manufacturers assemble in Wisconsin Dells.
10:55am
Wisconsin Hospital Association. Aging population, shrinking workforce and increased regulations. Report. 
8:58am
North Shore Healthcare. Completes acquisition of 22 Atrium Health & Senior Living - Midwest facilities. 

3:12am
Wisconsin State Journal. Wisconsin seeing fewer traffic deaths in 2019.
3:01am
Wisconsin State Journal. Mwangi Vasser got a pardon from Gov. Tony Evers. But Georgia won't accept it. 

Education

4:51pm
Rep. Sargent. Too close to home - Wisconsin stands with Waukesha.
4:50pm
Rep. Hintz. Statement on shooting at Waukesha South High School.
4:11pm
AG Kaul. Statement on shooting at Waukesha South High School.
3:09pm
UW-Stout. LinkedIn project gives students experience on a major stage. 
2:52pm
DPI Supt. Stanford Taylor. Releases statement on shooting incident at Waukesha South High School.
2:51pm
Marquette University. Dr. Kimo Ah Yun named permanent provost. 
2:18pm
U.S. Rep. Sensenbrenner. Statement on Waukesha South High School.
1:48pm
UW-Milwaukee. Author to discuss nation's drinking water problems.
11:38am
Carthage College. Director of Athletics Michelle Manning accepts position at Bucknell University. 
11:36am
Marquette University. To host half-day conference on Early Childhood Disadvantage. 

2:18pm
USA Today. Wisconsin school officer shoots student who pulled gun, refused to drop it, officials say.

Local

3:23pm
Waukesha County Exec. Farrow. Town incorporation loophole will lead to years of wasteful government. 
1:55pm
Madison Mayor Rhodes-Conway. City of Madison begins climate resilience planning with support from University of Wisconsin.
11:35am
ACLU of Wisconsin. Commends Waukesha County Sheriff for lifting religious text restrictions in local jail. 

3:12am
Wisconsin Public Radio. Eau Claire leaders hope everyone in city eventually drives electric cars. 
3:06am
Wisconsin Public Radio. 5G cellular network could be in Milwaukee for Democratic National Convention.
3:02am
CBS 58. Mayor Barrett plans to give millions from federal grant to help tackle Milwaukee's lead problem. 

Congress

4:09pm
U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Announces support for legislation to stop veterans from being punished for VA miscalculations. 

Politics

3:21pm
Tiffany for 7th Congress. Secures spot on ballot for 7th District special election.

8:42am
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. As Republicans look ahead to 2020, Chris Kapenga acknowledges considering run for governor. 
3:09am
USA Today. 'You can't take any of them for granted': The voters who will sway 2020's swing states. 
3:03am
ABC News. Trump impeachment drive has similarities to Wisconsin recall.

 

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