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Thursday October 31, 2013 - Updated 5:35pm Governor 5:34pm Statement on Potawatomi opposition to Kenosha casino.
A look at consensus among the tribes.
New laws would help provide public financing for developments.
Group to cite Kenosha casino jobs creation.
Editorial: Helpful, but not done-deal.
Legislative 5:35pm Testimony on SB-324 and SB-377.
Assembly Republicans' latest push to suppress voting, dodge responsibility.
Sinicki resignation letter: 11:50am.
Statement on latest Republican voter suppression attempts.
GOP lawmakers' changes would allow the poor to vote without photo ID.
State lawmakers introduce proposal to reduce student loan debt.
Juvenile offender bill moving quickly in Wisconsin.
Republicans re-introduce voter ID requirement.
Republicans decide to cut bill that would expand guns in schools.
State Agencies 3:43pm To meet in Avoca.
Deer and vehicles - are you covered?
Be ReadyWisconsin when you fall back.
Governor Walker approves Leo Frigo Bridge improvements.
Are you ready for winter?
Dairy 30x20 grant keeps Pound farmer in business.
Consultant's advice could cost state tens of millions.
DNR will move elk to new area in northern Wisconsin.
Statewide 3:49pm Consumers recognize higher quality from food cooperatives.
Food safety scares 2013: How FDA delays are putting American lives at risk from unsafe food.
Food stamp program cut starts on Friday.
Residents mobilize against Badger Coulee transmission project.
Courts 5:05am Teachers sue to force school district recertification votes.
Lawsuit seeks to void health care law.
Honors class gives students tools, confidence to be engaged community members.
Art, physics professors to present at TED talks.
Local 1:38pm Helps Habitat for Humanity brighten homes in Milwaukee.
County helps 27 with Obamacare.
Merrill mulls tax increase amid pay controversy.
Sponsors bill to prevent food stamp cuts beginning November 1st.
Encouraged by study finding significant Medicare savings thanks to health care reform.
Opening remarks at Budget Conference Committee hearing.
Wisconsin lawmakers agree: agreeing will be tough.
Ron Johnson bill would allow people to keep health plans.
Federal Agencies 5:38am NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say.
Where does millionaire Mary Burke stand on income tax relief for Wisconsin?
Chris Taylor won't run for attorney general.
Group of young politicians pushes for elections on weekends.
Wednesday October 30, 2013 Governor 4:49pm Menominee rewrites playbook on "How to Buy Community Support.
Engineering program proposals draw applause from governor.
Walker attends EPS event.
Speaks at Wisconsin Towns Association annual convention.
just click for source says he'll decide on Kenosha casino within the next week.
Editorial: Walker's casino deliberation welcomed.
Walker acknowledges compact for Ho-Chunk could obligate state.
Walker's Halloween tax scheme more trick than treat.
Farrow regarding resignation from committee.
Proposal would allow concealed weapons in schools.
State Agencies 4:44pm Clever costumes for pets may be more trick than treat for the animal.
Japan lifts trade ban against Wisconsin poultry.
Brooks find missing money!
Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 1 and Zone 5 to hunting and trapping, effective 7 p.
Walker's health agency continues outreach despite healthcare.
DNR to close two more wolf zones.
Posts 2013 third quarter and nine month results.
Assurant Health: 65 jobs to be cut in Milwaukee.
Statewide 2:44pm Video game industry distributes new PSA promoting ratings, parental controls.
Analysis finds holes in Citizen Action's misleading report.
Political reform forum in Stevens Point Monday draws largest audience ever.
starting holdem texas 169 hands Lakes mayors seek action on 'microplastics.
Study shows Wisconsin spending on inmate health care rising.
Courts 1:15pm Updated Files lawsuit against WERC.
Van Hollen backs releasing records in probe of Scott Walker aides.
Wisconsin Supreme Court sets procedure for contempt case appeal.
Couples at 50-year reunion also mark golden anniversaries.
Program to train high school students for high-demand fields launched.
Local 4:46pm Madison City Council unanimously passes resolution in opposition to Trans Pacific Partnership free trade agreement and "fast track.
Return of guns to former cop shows system that needs fixing.
Regulation of tourist housing is a delicate balance, city officials say.
Congress 4:47pm Indtroduces bill to allow Americans to keep their health care.
At first meeting of Budget Conference Committee, Senator Baldwin calls for fair bargain that creates economic growth.
Opening statement: Budget-Conference Committee.
Concerns raised about security of health website.
Endorses Jessie Rodriguez for 21st District Assembly.
Endorses Bob Kulp for 69th District Assembly.
A new women's organization launches in Wisconsin.
Schultz weighs run as independent.
Mary Burke: Education drives jobs, economy.
Tuesday October 29, 2013 Governor 2:44pm Menominee Tribe's jobs claims don't work.
Visits Waukesha County Technical College to highlight program providing skills training to high school students.
A look at casino-related jobs.
Casino decision is about preserving jobs in Milwaukee.
Governor Scott Walker visits Beloit.
Menominee responds to Governor Walker's pending decision on proposed casino.
Some Democrats don't agree about proposed Kenosha casino.
New education statistics show taxpayers money subsidizes families to afford private schools.
Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change.
State Agencies 4:47pm Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 1 to hunting and trapping, effective 7 p.
Milwaukee man bound over for trial on charges of Medicaid fraud and forgery.
Top main street revitalization programs and volunteers honored.
Wisconsin Crime Alert Network helps mutiple agencies identify serial burglary suspect.
Enrollment counts for statewide voucher program.
Announces free diesel idling workshop for Wisconsin's heavy-duty vehicle fleets.
Enbridge Energy seeks green light for oil pipeline from ND to Superior.
Obamacare provisions will drive Assurant layoffs in Milwaukee.
Statewide 1:41pm Serves up new edition of Cookie Book.
Wisconsin officials are on the lookout for a dangerous new drug called krokodil.
Courts 3:27pm Madison Teachers, Inc.
Scott Walker - order.
Voter ID still wrong, as cases go to trial in November.
Education 4:48pm Alliant Energy Foundation and UW System recognize outstanding teachers and students.
Brian Mahoney receives NSF grant to study Andes Mountains.
Alumnus named one of nation's top 40 young teachers.
County Line Elementary School fifth graders build wheelchair-accessible experiences at Upham Woods Outdoor Learning Center.
Executive, alumna to speak on corporate social responsibility.
Golf management alumni proving their mettle on the course.
Scientists to lose jobs in 2014.
Green Bay School District passes budget amid Fund 80 questions.
County to begin bargaining on 2016 contract.
Sale of former Malcolm X Academy property held by Council committee.
City delays vote on sale of Malcolm X Academy building.
Local officials face deadline over enacting rifle hunting restrictions.
Proposed county health insurance change ripped.
Independence OKs frac sand annexation.
Biennial budgeting bill has more than 100 cosponsors.
Co-sponsors bipartisan USA FREEDOM Act.
Joins Manufacturing Jobs for America effort.
Join to introduce USA FREEDOM Act.
Senate bill aims to prevent gov't shutdowns.
White House OKs limited waiver on health penalty.
Ryan says he has alternative to Obamacare.
Scott Walker's unintimidated short on fact, long on fiction.
Law School poll shows Walker in tight race with Burke for Wisconsin governor in 2014.
Democrat Wittwer to run for Schultz's Senate seat.
Just about even, poll finds.
Governor's race tight, Marquette University Law School poll says.
Monday October 28, casinos deposit mobile no Governor 12:31pm.
Promote manufacturing education and careers at Beloit Memorial High School.
An open and transparent review of the Kenosha casino application.
Walker promises updates on casino decision.
Scott Walker's book fills in gaps in Act 10 history.
Bill could open frac sand floodgates in Dane County, officials warn.
Proposal would ban workplace discrimination during pregnancy.
Editorial: Local voices still matter.
Sand mine bill author concedes changes are needed.
Schools caught in the middle of legal battle over mascots.
Sebastion Parker bound over for trial under State's sexually violent person statute.
Seeks to commit Henry B.
Governor Walker issues Emergency Executive Order to allow longer transportation hours for propane drivers.
Marinette Marine to add nearly 150 jobs.
Statewide 5:14pm Kenosha's red herrring: Illinois gaming expansion.
New evidence hints at larger Great Lakes threat from Asian carp.
Higher insurance rates may cause smokers to flee Obamacare coverage.
Courts 12:05pm Madison Teachers, Inc v.
Scott Walker - order.
Scott Waker - order.
Van Hollen asks two courts to overturn judge's rulings on Act 10.
Temple named Dean of online program.
Local 12:32pm Opens Friday.
Residents urge changes after gun-carrying incident in downtown Appleton.
Announces staff mobile office hours.
Joins colleagues to protect food stamps for Wisconsin children, families, seniors in farm bill conference.
Federal Agencies 4:01am FDA food safety rules threaten to crush the good food movement.
Politics 12:39pm Disappointed in partisan atmosphere.
The First District deserves an upgrade.
Registers new voters, empowers local leaders.
Response to Rob Zerban's announcement in the 1st Congressional District.
Burke downplays gender gap.
Friday October 25, 2013 Governor 1:47pm Statement on the announcement by Gov.
Walker to push back a decision on the Kenosha Casino project.
Last call for Kenosha casino supporters.
Legislative 1:54pm Thanks Fair Wisconsin for defending Wisconsin's domestic partner registry.
Sand mine bill hearing gets heated, while GOP senator expresses doubts.
Editorial: Heroin is a statewide crisis; Nygren's bills help.
State Agencies 5:09pm Seeks emergency stay of orders in georgia north casino cherokee Act 10 case to enable union recertification elections to occur.
Governor's workforce agenda supports workers, job creators.
Prepare for export success at upcoming seminar.
WEDC cited in national report on how not to spend taxpayer dollars on economic development.
Cabela's to add stores in Canada, NC, Wisconsin.
Few agree on how to fight alcohol abuse in Wisconsin, panelists say.
Norbert Survey: Public opinion on Walker, Legislature is split.
Pregnant woman fights Wisconsin's fetal protection law.
Two couples, group receive Distinguished Alumni awards.
Local 1:57pm Health care forum to be hosted in Racine.
Wausau, neighbors take first step toward cellphone ban.
To introduce act to allow Americans to keep their health care.
Paul Scott walker rejects kenosha casino wants narrower focus for new budget talks.
Baldwin wants budget committee to focus on current fiscal year.
Health website firms put on hot seat.
Federal Agencies 3:27am Comments on CMS rule.
Feds delay Medicaid enrollment on exchanges, again.
GOP demands Mary Burke answer questions on collective-bargaining reform.
The United Nations and their human rights.
Statement on Court of Appeals rejection of DOJ's politically motivated argument.
Vinehout says winning governor's race is 'doable.
EMILY's List endorses Mary Burke, could bring big campaign money.
Burke advocates change in Madison.
Wear purple on Friday to raise domestic violence awareness.
Menominee offer to increase payments to state to offset losses at competing casinos.
Legislative 4:55pm Sporting Heritage Council calls for review of grant.
Tiffany's takeover of local control.
Democratic weekly radio address.
Editorial: Reject move toward independent charter schools.
Bill sponsored by Wisconsin Democrats would ease student loan debt.
Editorial: Bill that would hurt local control deserves to be squashed quickly.
Fight over Common Core K-12 state education standards comes to Eau Claire.
Frac sand bill to get hearing.
State Agencies 4:26pm The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network helps law enforcement identify theft suspect within minutes.
Departments of Workforce Development, Corrections receive diversity award for collaborative training to encourage positive, inclusive workplace.
Enters into agreement with Burning Glass Technologies, begins work on cutting-edge labor market information system.
Specialty Crop Block Grant funds criticising 365 casino vip think Wisconsin projects.
DNR Board approves change to project review procedures.
Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
Statewide 2:48pm New lung cancer screening assessment tool is first step toward saving lives.
New report identifies most troublesome private lenders to students.
Mandatory sentencing 17 year-olds in adult court - is there a better alternative for Wisconsin's youth and taxpayers?
Wisconsin health exchange 'navigators' get late start.
Courts 8:33am Ted Nickel v.
Supreme Court hears challenge to partner registry.
Appleton couple at heart of domestic partner registry case.
Local teachers unions hail judge's ruling; many school districts not yet receiving new requests to bargain.
Police union lawsuit against collective bargaining law dismissed.
Biologist assists area farmland owners as they establish pollinator habitats.
University Theatre to stage romantic comedy 'Almost Maine.
Walker's tax relief plan means some savings.
Local 4:36pm To hold public meetings on Great Lakes water application.
Congress 4:38pm Partner to ask Rep.
Pocan to help LGBT angel investors.
Stands up for small, rural Wisconsin hospitals.
Announces staff moblie office hours.
Paul Ryan calls on Kathleen Sebelius to resign for Obamacare 'fiasco.
Cranberry tour provides lawmaker a primer on industry issues.
Johnson: Get deal done on budget.
Federal Agencies 2:42pm Letter to the FCC regarding Universal Service Fund.
Americans will have an extra six weeks to buy health coverage before facing penalty.
Statement on court's rejection of DOJ argument on open records case.
Congratulates Rodriguez and Kulp.
Wisconsin lawmakers rake in special interest money.
Wednesday October 23, 2013 Governor 1:27pm Secures state funding partnership for relocation and rehabilitation of County Highway LS.
Signs three bills into law.
Scott Walker's Obamacare mistake.
Legislative 4:30pm Memo regarding SB-349.
Measure would change chief justice choice.
Local legislators make 'final appeal' for casino.
ASM looks into possibility of legislation to lower state drinking age.
Frac sand bill won't be taken up until spring, Assembly speaker says.
State officials urge deer hunters to use precautions to avoid tick bites.
Cows on the Capitol lawn lead to career spent writing ag impact statements.
Revised general aid certified.
DNR: Drought dramatically increased groundwater pumping in 2012.
Proposed hunting changes draw concern.
Announces article source third quarter earnings release and conference call.
Stevens Point beats out other areas for new business.
Milwaukee business to lay off 397 employees.
Statewide 3:56pm Consumers elect cooperatives for most affordable, reliable utility services.
Wins national lawsuit reform award.
Menominee make final pitch; argue other tribes agree to Kenosha casino.
Marriage, the voters and the Constitution have their day in Wisconsin's high court.
Wisconsin employers can impose terms despite ruling.
Chancellor expresses appreciation for City Council Confluence support.
Oshkosh teachers union seizes bargaining opportunity after court ruling.
Local 2:03pm To hold volunteer recognition event.
County board turns down benefits proposal.
Kind to accept shutdown pay, Duffy silent on plans.
Politics 1:35pm Endorsed candidates win primaries.
Martha Laning to run against Leibham in 2014.
Rodriguez wins special Assembly primary.
Kulp wins Republican primary to replace Suder in 69th AD Tuesday October 22, 2013 Governor 4:07pm.
Walker: I may decide on Kenosha casino by week's end.
Column: Higher ed, lower debt for Wisconsin families.
Walker regarding Kenosha casino.
Assembly won't take up local mining bill.
Wirch proposes independent DNR.
Editorial: GOP united on key state legislation.
Editorial: A new convert on redistricting.
Clark column: GOP Congressional delegation pushed toward default.
Teen driver safety tip of the day: License restrictions for new teen drivers result in fewer deadly crashes.
Provides fact check on Common Core.
Job seekers connect with dozens of employers looking to fill 600 positions during Milwaukee Health Care Career Expo at State Fair Park.
Leo Frigo Bridge expected to be open in January 2014.
Closes Wolf Harvest Zone 2 to hunting and trapping, effective 3 p.
Kmart Corporation to settle allegations for partially filled prescriptions.
Brookfield and Marshfield students named AP State Scholars.
Smith named Agricultural Development Administrator.
Drivers log more miles on Wisconsin roads in 2012 than previous year.
Encourage Wisconsinites to participate in the U.
DEA's upcoming National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Honors Family Law Section for major donation to National Mock Trial 2014.
Alliance Laundry plans major expansion.
Statewide 4:28pm Statement from Chairman Craig Corn.
Builders of Obama's health website saw red flags.
Be safe and save money!
Wisconsin Public Service offers home heating tips to get ready for winter.
Dave Obey to Speak at Reform Forum on October 28th 4:07am Announce Grassroots Advocacy Event - Oct.
Wisconsin wolf hunters well ahead of 2012 pace.
Deadline approaches for casino project.
Courts 4:34pm Wisconsin teachers should have the right to vote.
Judge declines to halt 'Obamacare' insurance subsidies.
Federal judge set to rule on Obamacare subsidies quandry.
Hitchhiking virus confirms saga of ancient human migration.
Say mall owner playing dangerous game of "Simon Says.
Public deserves open process on Malcolm X sale and sales of other public buildings.
Puts focus on a budget that invests in economic growth.
Representative Mark Pocan discusses putting voting rights in the constitution.
Progressives United will support Mary Burke against Scott Walker.
Reid Ribble on hot seat over shutdown vote?
Not with local Republicans.
Tell-all book from Scott Walker?
Editorial: Republicans, today's your day to decide.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke: I wouldn't have expanded vouchers.
Monday October 21, 2013 Governor 3:23pm Letter to Gov.
Walker regarding severance tax on frac sand.
Visits Beechwood Sales and Service.
No health care coverage gap in Wisconsin.
Applauds Governor Walker for property tax relief package.
Celebrates Manufacturing Month at Southwest Technical College.
Walker signs property tax relief at county farm.
Legislative 4:35pm Column: Lose local government and you will lose America.
Vos regarding campaign finance and lobbying reform proposals.
Proposes Nanotechnology Hub and Council at UW-Extension.
Wisconsin trucker group backs split speed limit compromise.
Local officials resistant to losing ability to regulate sand mining.
Editorial: MPS deal to sell Malcolm X Academy deserves skepticism.
Rally against MPS legislation underscores deep divisions.
Audit: State insurance fund needs to give back to policy holders.
Wisconsin's Common Core education standards face public, GOP scrutiny.
Teen driver safety tip of the day: Parents play a critical role in teen driver safety.
Cold weather is good reminder that home energy assistance is available.
Norbert Degroot convicted of repeated sexual assault of a child in Calumet County.
No health care coverage gap in Wisconsin.
Meetings and hearings, week of Oct.
Brancel tours, praises Chippewa Falls company.
DFI to take over 5 types of professional registration on November 1.
Judge holds WERC commissioners in contempt in Act 10 ruling.
Constitutionality of domestic partnership registry crux of case before Wisconsin Supreme Court.
New secret campaign probe in state includes Dane County, Journal Sentinel reports.
Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear oral arguments on domestic registry.
Editorial: Resist state's secret-keepers.
Education 2:17pm New Willy Street Co-op fund supports local food businesses.
Editorial: UW chancellor sets proper tone.
Local 2:14pm October 30 Root River planning meeting to focus on lessons learned in implementing the Kinnickinnic and Menomonee watershed plans.
Milwaukee County's Christmas tree will be chosen by residents.
Washington County officials keep secret top pick for county manager.
Republican Ribble defends vote to end shutdown.
Kind: Shutdown deal 'is no reason to take a victory lap.
For Obama, a frustrating health care rollout.
Millionaire Mary Burke on wrong side of the casino robbed />Governor Walker signs property tax relief bill; continues to lower tax burden on Wisconsin families.
Statement on Special Session Bill 1.
Scott Walker foe Mary Burke stops short of pledging no tax increase.
Burke's run means scrutiny for Trek, too.
Primaries set Tuesday for Assembly seats vacated by Suder, Honadel.
Wisconsin Supreme Court justices tend to favor attorney donors.
Friday October 18, 2013 Governor 12:15pm.
Attends groundbreaking for the Zoo Interchange project.
Walker says Ho-Chunk show greatest opposition to Kenosha casino.
Assembly Floor Session 12:27pm Bill to help local utilities passes Legislature.
Somers moves closer to gaining coveted development tool.
Legislative 4:04pm Bill would prohibit use of dogs in wolf hunt.
State Senator Mike Ellis supports public hearings on redistricting reform.
Opposes measures to preempt local control of sand mining.
Ed Brooks skips vote on tax cut, attends fundraiser instead.
Little to no tax relief expected for property owners in 82 school districts.
Ellis: Property tax cut 'a step in the right direction.
City officials weigh local repercussions of state landlord tenant bill.
Wisconsin lawmaker introduces bill scaling back locals' sand mine, blasting regulations.
Hearings and meetings, Oct.
Jury convicts Shawano resident of two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in Oconto County.
State Department of Justice fires whistleblower.
Green Bay Career Expo draws over 1,500 job seekers.
Milwaukee health-plan costs to increase 6.
More asbestos-like material found at iron ore mine site.
Statewide 1:33pm Statement on Kenosha casino.
Ticks bearing Lyme disease rampant in Wisconsin.
Oneida won't block Menominee casino.
Courts 4:11am State DOJ asks appeals judge to reverse self in John Doe records case.
WARF innovation award winners offer better oat, infection distrupter.
New techniques sharpen climate record found in fossil shells.
UW institutions eager to implement economic development ideas.
After 90 years, MPS will say goodbye to old South Stadium.
Local 4:03pm Milwaukee County tax delinquencies go down.
Milwaukee County Child Support named agency of the year.
Office comments on pay during shutdown.
Politics 3:33pm Statement on Department of Justice firing of whistleblower.
Dane County DA mulls run for AG.
Walker's new book criticizes Romney.
State attorney Matt Frank thinking about running for state Attorney General.
Thursday October 17, 2013 Governor 11:02am.
Playing politics in Wisconsin with property tax relief?
Assembly Floor Session 6:05pm Assembly Bill 194 passes the Assembly - again.
Legislative 5:32pm Legislature approves Purple Heart conservation patron license.
High-performing teacher-led schools could be evicted under lawmakers' proposals.
Praises regulatory certainty legislation.
Proposed legislation would undercut public health and local democracy.
Opposes Tiffany's sweeping attack on local control.
Hansen: Student debt relief legislation.
Roll back local powers to regulate mines and blasting, GOP lawmakers say.
Businesses split on wisdom of upping state's speed limit to 70 mph.
Editorial: Race-based school mascots don't need protecting.
Thornton tries to sell wary legislators on unusual building sale plan.
Common Core Standards hearing draws crowd.
Assembly to vote on property tax cut.
State Agencies 3:52pm Meetings, week of October 21.
Testing and education are key to preventing lead poisoning among Wisconsin children.
Brancel recognizes importance of ag manufacturing.
Job seekers connect with over 100 employers ready to fill 1,700 positions during Bay Area Expo at Shopko Hall.
Encourages Wisconsinites to participate in the DEA's upcoming Scott walker rejects kenosha casino Prescription Drug "Take-Back" Day.
National Teen Driver Safety Week to be held October 20 to 26.
Wind plan wins approval.
Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
Wisconsin adds sales tax to Amazon.
Analysis: Washington becomes secrets to winning in casinos biggest risk to the U.
Statewide 10:27am Letter to State Senators regarding SB-13.
Few able to sign up for Obamacare in Wisconsin.
Review: WI health care exchange seeing few getting through.
Editorial: Finding a job a bipartisan issue.
Target of animal rights protests kicks off animal research ethics forum.
Charles Franklin goes "On the Issues"to present new Marquette Law School poll.
Indian boarding schools survivor to present on impact of experiences.
Local 3:16pm Outpost Natural Foods pulls controversial Plaermo's Pizza from store shelves, adopts new "vendor code of conduct.
Henry Vilas Zoo soon to be home to family of ring-tailed lemurs.
County partners with City of Fitchburg to improve cyclist, motorist safety along heavily traveled intersections of Badger State Bike Trail.
Condemn "secretive" trade deal.
Fire Department staff would be cut in 2014 city budget.
Congress 2:54pm Thanks Congressman Ribble for supporting bill to end government shutdown.
Appointed to bipartisan budget conference committee.
Statement of Chair Mike Tate on end of government shutdown.
Looks forward to budget negotiations.
Comments on appointment to budget conference.
On Washington's missed opportunity.
Comments on debt ceiling deal.
Votes to re-open governement, avoid default.
Anti-hunger advocates in Wisconsin push for farm bill.
Reaction of Wisconsin delegation splits along party lines.
Congress ends default threat, Obama signs debt deal.
Statement on Department of Justice opposition to release of government records.
Millionaire Mary Burke "Not making any promises" to Wisconsin voters.
Burke would give "110 percent every single day" as governor, but stops short of giving policy, campaign specifics in one-on-one interview.
Wednesday October 16, 2013 Governor 2:39pm.
Editorial: Tax cut won't fix broken system.
Senate Floor Session 4:40pm Applauds Wisconsin Senate for passing medical liability reform bill.
Changes to Wisconsin's no call list pass Senate.
Senate passes bill affecting underage drinkers.
Assembly Floor Session 4:29pm Non-resident entertainer bill passes legislature.
State Assembly passes bill to raise the 70 MPH speed limit.
Legislative 4:49pm Statement on Sen.
Jauch's decision not to seek re-election.
The facts: MPS, Malcolm X and 2760 Holdings, LLC.
Walker to reject racist bill attacking WI Native Americans.
Tax credits for restoring historic buildings in Wisconsin could double.
Walker tax bill would affect local K-12 funding.
John Spiros circulates 'sexting' bill for co-sponsorship.
Krug looking forward to upcoming legislative session.
State Agencies 1:33pm Wisconsin Crime Alert Network helps to identify suspects in coin thefts at Barron County laundromats.
Column: Manufacturing industry growing in Wisconsin.
State grants mercury limit challenge.
Receives revised application from City of Waukesha to divert Great Lakes water.
Organic Advisory Council to meet on October 29.
NWTC, state officials optimistic on future of manufacturing in Wisconsin.
Statewide 4:07pm Menominee math doesn't add up.
Education 1:22pm Students present BFA degree exhibition.
Study puts freshwater biodiversity on the map for planners and policymakers.
Film festival explores environmental futures amid rapid global change.
Eau Claire couple's gift supports students pursuing health careers.
Local 3:58pm Offers free office space for Mexican Consulate Office.
Racine County should not be taxed for Bucks arena, says Milwaukee group president.
Working group statement on deal to avert default, end government shutdown.
Highlights devastating Wisconsin impact of a government default.
Senate leaders strike deal to end shutdown, raise debt ceiling.
House GOP pulls bill on shutdown; Senate talks resume.
Mary Burke: Vote for me because I won't promise to do anything.
WisDems obtain copy of Scott Walker's new campaign slogan.
An experienced, independent defender of justice.
Jon Richards's announcement to run for attorney general.
Representative Jon Richards announces candidacy for Wisconsin Attorney General.
Burke's campaign promise: no promises.
Richards in race for Wisconsin attorney general.
Jon Richards enters race for Wisconsin attorney general.
Mary Burke says Scott Walker, Legislature erred on BadgerCare move.
Stealth visit by Walker, cabinet members targeted Minnesota businesses.
Walker 'still focused' on jobs.
Editorial: Property tax plan a small step forward.
State leaders encourage students to consider manufacturing jobs.
Senate Floor Session 7:48pm Bill passes Senate, sets table for future job creation.
Assembly Floor Session 7:49pm Assembly passes Loudenbeck-Kolste bipartisan bill.
Legislative 7:45pm MPS approves "sweetheart deal.
Property tax cut, training programs would add to shortfall in next budget.
Legislature to take up mascots bill.
Wisconsin speed limit hike, perks for veterans among items on agenda.
Local leaders are cautiously optimistic about mental health task force ideas.
Recognize Sheboygan-area employers for hiring people with disabilities.
DNR criticizes Center's wolf hunt story.
Column : Stopping the spiral: The Fly Effect.
Visit Northeast Wisconsin Technical College to discuss training options for manufacturing careers.
Milwaukee Health Care Career Expo update: 44 employers registered for Oct.
Op-ed on the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism recent article on wolf management in Wisconsin.
Employers face Obamacare decisions.
Statewide 4:06pm Disability Council asks for disability awareness.
Gathering featuring keynote Tom Heberlein celebrates 50 years of conservation leadership with awards, outings, and environmental workshops.
Tribes juggle grants as federal government shutdown continues.
Wisconsin Funeral Trust can buy stocks, bonds again.
Green Bay, Brown County needn't honor police health care plans, court rules.
Memorial wall to be dedicated Friday at student center.
Area youth learn history through dynamic classes thanks to teaching initiative.
Student loan repayment rate better than national average.
Board votes to authorize sale of former Malcolm X site.
MPS votes to sell vacant school that private school sought.
Board of Regents approve financial transparency procedure, UW-LSU football game.
Report sheds light on Oshkosh's struggle with teacher turnover.
Tax group questions Green Bay schools' use of community-service funds.
Local 4:21pm Letter to Milwaukee Scott walker rejects kenosha casino Council regarding the sale of Malcolm X.
Council approves Motorcycle Safety Awareness Week.
Terrorist to visit Madison.
Racine off hook for any Milwaukee arena tax, business group leader says.
WHEDA awards tax credits to Milwaukee vet housing, foreclosure rehabs.
Group presses city to hold referendum on Confluence project.
WHEDA award supports Superior housing project.
Senate debt-limit deal emerging with time running short.
Federal Agencies 4:56am NSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally.
Democrats divided over Mary Burke: WisGOP releases page on party division.
Burke ok with tax cut, concerned about deficit.
Ryan re-election campaign reports major haul.
Special interests make appearance in 69th Assembly District race.
Monday October 14, 2013 DOA Fiscal Report 4:34pm.
State of Wisconsin 2013 annual fiscal report.
Governor 1:59pm Highlights Manufacturing Month, participates in Heavy Metal Bus Tour.
Scott Walker seeks meetings this week on Kenosha casino with 11 tribes.
Walker visits Holmen restaurant to promote jobs for workers with disabilities.
Legislative 5:13pm Assembly to honor Wisconsin's Honor Flight Network.
State Senate to vote on underage drinking bill.
Senate Democrats back Walker property tax cut.
Assembly takes up bills aiming to prevent losing federal highway dollars.
Legislature to take up Walker property tax cut.
are ac new jersey casinos for health plan doesn't detain costs.
Rob Cowles raising questions about settlement in foster-care case.
Mine firm questions protester's role as a state geologist.
Proposed wolf reduction worries Wisconsin scientists.
Three more state workers got raises after phantom job transfers.
Richard Chandler: Minnesota and Wisconsin tax strategies: May the best state win.
Workers allege nepotism at embattled state public assistance agency.
Gogebic Taconite asbestos cover-up shows independent testing is required.
Amazon's sales tax revenue will help pay for Walker's property tax cut.
Statement on Obamacare enrollment numbers.
Curing our political Ills?
Obamacare website still has glitches, enrollment is slow.
Workers' comp study shows Wisconsin pays more for health care.
Another year, another small benefit increase for Social Security recipients, disabled veterans.
Obamacare difficulties may hurt people losing BadgerCare Plus.
Public employee health insurance: Who pays out?
Courts 3:23pm Reply in support of motion to quash summons.
Education 3:40pm Green Bay manufacturing, technical college partnerships highlighted.
Enrollment grows for the first time in a decade.
Milwaukee budget for 2014 gets high marks in Public Policy Forum report.
Budget brief: 2014 proposed City of Milwaukee budget.
Ashland County may consider banning explosives near rocks with asbestos.
Unions face new choices - as they await word from judges, public locals prepare to gather votes.
New Waukesha lake diversion documents tout benefits to Great Lakes.
Congress 4:31am Comments on debt ceiling vote in U.
Signs petition to reopen government.
Senate leader sees chance for breaking fiscal impasse.
Name Jake Hajdu Executive Director.
Waukesha County DA Schimel formally launches attorney general run.
Amar Kaleka considering political run against Paul Ryan.
In her run for governor Mary Burke has work to do with rank-and-file Democrats.
Friday October 11, 2013 Governor 4:20pm Orders flags to half-staff in honor of fallen firefighters tomorrow.
Scott Walker stands by his use of the Philly Fed indexes.
Walker: Deal for Kenosha casino still possible.
Scott Walker proposes property tax-relief bill.
Legislative 5:08pm Circulates "Individual Privacy Protection Act" for co-sponsorship.
Bi-partisan workforce development bill advances n the Senate.
Cyberbullying bill moves out of Senate committee.
Wisconsin crowdfunding bill raises concerns.
State Agencies 4:43pm Hearings and meetings, Oct.
Additional steps to link UI claimants to job openings take effect next week.
Newson congratulate graduates of Northeastern Wisconsin job training program for people with disabilities.
Meetings and hearings, Oct.
Work started to stabilize Leo Frigo Bridge.
Panel wants more information on insurance change.
Panel to consider state worker insurance change.
ETF: Change in law not required for state to self-insure employee health care.
Wisconsin seeks to export more products to Middle East.
Announces third quarter 2013 earnings conference call.
Meriter to join Iowa-based UnityPoint Health.
Superior's Kestrel Aircraft late on payments to WEDC.
Government shutdown, spending cuts pinch businesses in Wisconsin.
Statewide 12:11pm Wisconsin patient advocacy organizations announce Wisconsin Pain Coalition to help raise awareness of pain issues in state.
Government shutdown: Is it making red and blue states more purple?
Wisconsin among states least affected by government shutdown.
Courts 4:28pm Accepts five new cases.
Education 1:44pm Regents approve new major, renovation project.
To examine best practices in remedial education.
Noted Harvard economist to deliver Marburg Lecture, go 'On the Issues.
Downtown streets to be closed for homecoming parade.
Regents review compensation policy, adjust some salaries.
Board of Regents approves raises for 10 UW System chancellors.
Local 4:45pm Weekly schedule.
Chris Abele's budget would make heavy cuts to County Board staff, funding.
Ryan is again in the forefront for the G.
Patriot Act author prepares bill to put NSA bulk collection 'out of business.
House debt-ceiling plan would ban 'emergency' measures.
Obama, Republicans engage talks on debt and spending.
Duffy ties end of shutdown to healthcare change.
Politics 10:23am Endorses Elizabeth Coppola for Wisconsin Assembly.
Uline owner says Mary Burke exaggerates involvement in company's jobs moves.
Beloit City Council member considers bid for Assembly seat.
New ad targets Sean Duffy for role in government shutdown.
Another Scott Walker budget gimmick.
Applauds Walker's property tax relief initiative.
Statement on GOP property tax plan.
Scott Walker, GOP lawmakers to announce legislative agenda Thursday.
Legislative 4:15pm Statement on approval of SB-267, protections for electors' identities.
Democratic weekly radio address.
Health insurers resist bill requiring coverage for oral chemo.
click here public hearing for amendment to overturn Citizens United.
Special gun rules for off-duty and former law enforcement click at this page />Assembly to take up proposed mental health system reforms next month.
Debate flares up again over Milwaukee Public Schools' empty buildings.
Editorial: Job efforts in Legislature should be bipartisan.
Wisconsin recall-limiting amendment gets new life.
Silica into flagship Green Tier program.
Get a flu shot.
Hudson-based Phillips-Medisize and DNR celebrate company's exceptional environmental performance.
Neighboring states' tax officials defend their taxation policies.
Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
Bad River Band head says GTAC 'covered up' absestos at mine site.
Mary's Hospital, Dean Health parent SSM Health Care to cut jobs.
Statewide 3:32pm Statement on the announcement from the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
Walker to approve casino.
Announces collaboration with Menominee Tribe for casino project in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Public Service autumn safety reminder - call 8-1-1 before you dig!
Hard Rock signed on as Kenosha casino developer and manager.
Pay range increases for some UW System jobs could rile lawmakers.
University of Wisconsin System exceeds national averages of student retention and graduation.
Local 3:59pm Announces town hall meeting.
Mayor urges Alderman Donovan to run for DA.
Could Oneida County cut health coverage for employees?
Frac sand mining issues could lead to recall elections for Glenwood City, Wis.
Seven State Bar Association leaders urge Congress to end devastating funding something casino iowa missouri border something to federal courts.
Stands with bipartisan group to urge ending government standoff.
Leads just click for source bipartisan members of Congress in call to action to end shutdown, avoid default.
House Republicans weight 6-week debt limit hike.
State lawmakers standing firm in fiscal fight.
Ryan sells conservatives on plan to end shutdown, debt standoff.
Walker announces tax revenue surplus 5:55am Statement regarding AJR-48.
Ashland Democrat may challenge Duffy for congressional seat.
Ringhand will seek Senate seat, Spoden won't.
Scott Walker, Mary Burke and a phony debate.
Waukesha County DA Brad Schimel enters attorney general's race.
Wednesday October 9, 2013 Governor 3:35pm.
Attends the 7th Annual Wisconsin Freight Rail Day.
Attends Manufacturing and Distribution Summit 4:16am.
Scott Walker open to stripping County Board of mental health oversight.
Scott Walker: What Wisconsin can teach Washington.
Assembly Floor Session 10:16am Assembly Republicans reject jobs bills.
Bill that would change statewide landlord, tenant relations passes state Assembly.
Legislative 4:43pm Applaud committee passage of AB-182.
Senate proposal could evict 3,500+ MPS students from their schools, including some of the most successful in the city.
Creating barriers to voting instead of jobs, GOP gets to work on fall agenda.
Jauch announcing his retirement.
Milwaukee residents deserve a Milwaukee hearing on MPS buildings bill.
Memo regarding opposition to Assembly Bill 54.
After more than three decades in legislature, Jauch won't seek re-election.
Work continues on OWI bills.
Senate adopts election bills, poll workers of each party would do certain tasks.
Petrowski helps save Wisconsin millions.
Lafayette County jury convicts Kyle Monahan of three counts of vehicular homicide.
Statewide 4:18pm Heating season arrives soon.
Wisconsin Public Service says energy assistance available.
High ranking for seniors' oral health means Wisconsin is doing a good job, but can do even better.
On day of oral argument in McCutcheon v.
FEC, Wisconsities gather to push back on big money in politics, demand read article referendum.
Most heating bills to rise this winter.
State opposes funeral directors' effort to change trust interest.
Courts 4:20pm Files amicus brief in Act 10 case.
Education 3:31pm Medieval-inspired medical device earns student first in contest.
Pulitzer Prize winner Tina Rosenberg goes "On the Issues" to discuss solutions-based approaches to journalism.
Releases annual accountability reports.
Local 4:27pm County Board has set a path for mental health redesign of today.
County Board Supervisors: No raise for us, thanks.
Henry Vilas Zoo receives AZA accreditation, additional exhibits for arctic passage announced.
MMSD's Shafer helps Milwaukee maintain leadership position.
Editorial: Strip County Board of mental health authority.
Sends letter to Holder on DOJ's interpretation of Patriot Act.
Paul Ryan: Here's how we can end this stalemate.
Johnson: Americans need to know the truth about nation's spending.
Politics 1:41pm Statement on 15th Senate District candidacy.
Waukesha County DA announces run for attorney general.
Governors see opportunity in shutdown.
Editorial: Democratic strategy key to unseating Walker.
Mary Burke gives details on her campaign for governor.
Jon Richards to decide "shortly" on AG run.
Mary Burke, Scott Walker tout jobs records as campaign kicks off.
Tuesday October 8, 2013 Governor 1:58pm.
Walker touts new Eau Claire hotel's benefits at ribbon-cutting.
Senate Floor Session 5:15pm Applauds Senate approval of election accountability and security measures.
Applauds passage of nations's strongest outside counsel sunshine law in Wisconsin.
Assembly Floor Session 4:53pm Wisconsin State Assembly votes in favor of motor vehicle safety.
Assembly approves crowd-sourcing bill for firms seeking investors.
Legislative 12:50pm Urges final passage of 'transparency' bill.
Editorial: Don't dilute campaign finance disclosures in Wisconsin.
Proposal would allow charter schools to rise independent of districts.
Madison opposes proposed state changes to room tax.
State Agencies 4:56pm Dept.
And ACLU sign agreement for Capitol permit process.
Names new public information manager.
Beaver Dam Police Department joins the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force.
State, ACLU reach accord on access policy for Capitol.
No sign of income tax deal between Minnesota, Wisconsin.
Asbestos-like fibers found at Gogebic Taconite site could complicate mine operation.
Statewide 4:11pm "We're WI second largest industry.
Dan Idzikowski, Kevin Fech and Jason Endres: Change in federal rules would help workers with disabilities.
Federal spending in Wisconsin took another big hit last year.
Courts 8:37am Bonstores Realty One, LLC.
Aetna Health Insurance Company.
Campaign contribution caps questioned by U.
To host Dispute Resolution and Health Care Conference.
School choice participation sets new record.
Chancellor Blank addresses out-of-state tuition, shared governance in State of the University.
Local 12:22pm Q3-2013 commercial real estate market report.
Rifle hunting rule puts local governments under the gun.
City weighs options on sand mine annexation.
Abele's budget would shift more health care costs to workers.
Comments on Obama Administration refusing military emergency payments.
After reviewing draft text, Pocan expresses strong concerns with Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Halloween is deadline on debt deal.
Federal Agencies 4:39am Government shutdown closes Milwaukee VA office.
Millionaire Mary Burke: Would take Wisconsin backward.
Editorial: Candidates gear up for 2014 campaign.
Jorgensen eyes state Senate seat, forms exploratory committee.
Burke's wealth, business experience seen as keys to beating Walker.
Chris Taylor considers running for Attorney General.
As Burke launches campaign, job growth remains prominent issue.
Monday October 7, 2013 Governor 3:20pm Announces the launch of the Department of Workforce Development's Skill Explorer job search tool.
Participates in ribbon cutting ceremony for Holiday Inn in Eau Claire.
Scott Walker borrowing more to balance Wisconsin state budget.
Legislative 2:59pm Two Right the Rules bills head to Assembly floor.
Fitzgerald, Speaker Vos regarding Sporting Heritage Grant.
Common Core standards put to the test.
State Agencies 5:13pm Statement regarding Attorney General J.
DMV customer service centers closed October 14 Columbus Day for staff training.
Wisconsin State Patrol's 59th recruit class begins training.
Administrative actions, September 2013.
Thanks Attorney General J.
Van Hollen for his years of service.
Kids: Lace up those shoes and walk to school on October 9.
Van Hollen's announcement to not seek re-election.
Van Hollen will not seek third term as Attorney General.
Some public lands closed to hunters after government shutdown.
Editorial: WEDC: Better, not there yet.
Minnesota officials tour site of Wisconsin copper mine.
Self-insurance for state employees could shake up Wisconsin market.
Long road for Oshkosh Corp.
Frac plants spark worries.
Statewide 2:56pm Citizen group demands additional testing and new public hearing to protect public health after asbestos found in Gogebic Taconite sampling site in northern Wisconsin.
Accountability for medical errors.
Meth explodes back into central Wisconsin.
Top cops at Wisconsin Capitol protests clashed, new book says.
Courts 1:44pm Madison Teachers, Inc.
Couple sues Wisconsin over rights to path in shadow of new St.
Education 5:15pm And Indiana State partner on Oscar Wilde research.
Develops website to help teachers exercise their rights under Act 10.
Scientists find early warning indicators of major ecological change.
New graduate returns to recruit students for his company.
College of Communication to host conference focusing on Milwaukee County's troubled mental health system.
Local 10:00am Operation Drive Sober results in 8 arrests, 4 repeat offenders; 911 repeat offenders since January 2010.
Congress 3:13pm Launches exploratory committee for senate bid.
Mark Pocan: Yes to deficit deal but no to repeal of Obamacare.
Boehner says House won't vote on clean debt limit bill.
Hope fades to reality: Bipartisan vote on back pay belies shutdown chasm.
Paul Ryan sees shutdown, debt limit talks linking up.
Sensenbrenner wants health law, debt debate 'dealt with together.
Politics 3:10pm Statement on Mary Burke entering race for governor.
Second best news of the day for Wisconsin voters.
A better choice for Wisconsin.
Former Trek executive challenging Scott Walker in Wisconsin governor race.
Vinehout not ruling out run for Wisconsin governor.
Mary Burke announces candidacy to challenge Scott Walker for governor.
Friday October 4, 2013 Governor 3:26pm Walker to employers: "Wisconsin health care is a tremendous asset.
Walker requesting Special Session on jobs.
Memo regarding support for AB-387, 10:24am Introduces legislation package to combat heroin abuse in Wisconsin.
Statewide pro-family group testifies on Common Core standards initiative.
Stone for work on comprehensive immigration reform.
Nygren proposes bills to combat heroin use, addiction in Wisconsin.
Legislature considers ending Wisconsin offices of Secretary of State, Treasurer.
Legislature considers ending Wisconsin office of Secretary of State, Treasurer.
Wisconsin legislation addresses cost disparity in cancer treatment.
Legislature holds first of four hearings on Common Core.
Students could see immunity from underage drinking tickets.
Legislature holds first of four hearings on Common Core.
Erpenbach, Taylor bill would legalize medicinal marijuana in Wisconsin.
State Agencies 4:27pm Hearings and meetings, Oct.
Kleefisch visit Waukesha Metal Products to encourage students to pursue manufacturing careers.
Meetings and hearings, Oct.
Milwaukee Health Care Center Expo update: 24 employers registered for October 22nd event at State Fair Park, 365 job openings, wide variety.
Federal emergency funds approved for Leo Frigo Bridge in Green Bay.
Evers visit Ultra Tool and Machine to highlight strength of manufacturing.
Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease confirmed in Wisconsin cattle.
DOT: Water, soil corroded Leo Frigo bridge support's foundation.
DNR secretary says feds 'are over-reaching' in closing state-managed lands.
PreventionGenetics sees continued growth.
A little secret about Obamacare.
Unions appeal ruling upholding restrictions.
Education 3:32am Offers middle school engineering adventure.
Shutdown creates big mess for UW System, officials say.
WISPIRG launches health care guide targeting students.
Local 4:28pm Weekly schedule.
Comments on Leo Frigo Bridge announcements.
Calls on Congress to stay in Washington until government shutdown ends.
Bipartisan House group offers compromise to end shutdown impasse.
Death on Capitol Hill: Police shoot, kill female driver after chase from White House to the Hill.
Kind touts bipartisan shutdown solution.
Kind: lawmakers pressured not to compromise.
Thursday October 3, 2013 Common Core 4:16pm Testimony on Common Core standards.
State's Common Core academic standards get hearing.
Governor 1:20pm Announces administration staff change.
Legislative 4:47pm Thanks Representative Stone for his service.
Stone on appointment to PSC.
Jeff Stone to the PSC.
Jeff Stone for career of public service.
Suder hired as Vice-President - Government Relations.
Testimony on Senate Bill 282.
Jeff Stone replaces Scott Suder at PSC.
Former lawmaker at center of grant controversy steps away from PSC job.
Bill would return 17-year-olds in juvenile system.
Bill would allow UW schools, technical colleges to authorize charter schools.
Republican bill would 'gut' Wisconsin campaign finance laws.
Editorial: Amendment could seal speed limit deal.
Proposal would raise physical education requirement, but educators fear cutting into academics.
State Agencies 4:23pm Announces Operation Dustoff: Vietnam Remembered.
Wisconsin DNR officials meet with Minnesota environmental agency https://krimket.com/casino/go-casino-club-instant-player.html, tour Flambeau mine.
Wisconsin waterfowl seasons continue though federal properties are closed.
DMV is conducting registration compliance survey in eight counties.
Updates findings on Leo Frigo Bridge.
Wisconsin's freight rail system keeps the state's economy on track.
Holds Main Street Application Workshops.
Bay Area Career Expo countdown: 82 registered employers, over 1,200 job openings for special recruiting event at Shopko Hall October 17.
Wisconsin National Guard postpones all training this weekend.
State DNR refuses federal directive to close some popular parks.
Installation of emission control system upgrade begins at Wisconsin Public Service's Weston Unit 3.
Unemployment insurance weekly claims report.
Statewide 2:26pm Statewide building trades coalition supports new jobs with Kenosha casino.
Lane named new chairman of Wisconsin Realtors Association.
Premium rates trickle in for new health insurance exchanges.
Shutdown likely to delay payments to Wisconsin farmers.
Courts 4:46pm Calendar and case synopses.
Charles Edward Hennings certification.
Education 4:45pm Puts the Madison School Board and superintendent on notice.
Hires first full-time Veteran Services administrator.
Lee's role in the Civil War topic of lecture.
Growing, successful Interfaith-MPS Tutor program seeks more volunteer tutors.
Educators file suit over taxes: Former employees want reimbursement from Neenah district.
Ozaukee board overwhelmingly opposes regional arena tax.
Sensenbrenner achieves 21st straight "A" grade from nation's largest taxpayer group.
Duffy assaulted outside Capitol.
Frustrated Republicans pressure Boehner to end shutdown.
Obama meets with top lawmakers but no deal on shutdown.
WI lawmakers get earful from constituents about shutdown.
see more October 2, 2013 Governor 5:13pm.
Presents awards to Wisconsin State Patrol.
Touts Wisconsin's growing economy at "State of Wisconsin Business Luncheon.
Attends World Dairy Expo.
Scott Walker blames lawmakers in both parties for federal shutdown.
Walker reiterates concerns about raw milk.
Scott Walker on self-insurance: There is no proposal yet.
Walker to address business executives at meeting.
Union, insurers concerned about self-insurance proposal for state employees.
Legislative 4:58pm Statement on Democrat Sporting Heritage Grant Proposal.
Offer hunter education alternative.
Heroin epidemic difficult challenge.
Members of casino white in kansas cloud Wisconsin State Patrol receive awards for courageous actions and exceptional service.
Wisconsin state properties unaffected by federal government shutdown.
Local food business seminars planned this fall.
Compliance policies adopted by board to improve accountability of reporting and loans.
Statement on the separation of the UW System from WiscNet.
Kleefisch highlight manufacturing, reinforce the importance of industry sector to Wisconsin's economy.
Planned burn to improve wildlife habitat spread beyond containment Tuesday.
Wisconsin issues its 200,000 concealed carry permit.
Wisconsin's Chamber of Commerce says business climate is strong.
Eau Claire employer seeking hundreds of seasonal employees.
Statewide 3:59pm Health insurance costs soar for young people under Obamacare.
To honor 10 river advocates at 20th anniversary party.
New state budget continues decade-long shift in priorities.
New report catalogs "extreme" racial disparities in Dane County.
Editorial: More casinos are a bad bet.
State report card contains surprises.
Insurance sign-up stalls as federal site falters.
Wisconsin farmers, parks and others affected by the government shutdown.
City of Racine certification.
Education 2:58pm Byron Hurt Lecture rescheduled.
Gerken, Franklin and Gilbert go "On the Issues" to discuss balancing roles of federal, state and local government.
Partners with state on economic development map.
Social workers, others learn about digital safety and youth.
Launches national agricultural innovation prize.
UW System announces its own network will replace WiscNet.
Think tank wants tougher admission standards for education schools.
Time for quick end to federal shutdown.
Congress 3:17pm Office operations during shutdown.
Shutdown seen merging with debt-limit fight amid impasse.
Ryan to forego shutdown salary.
With no deal in sight, Washington braces for extended shutdown.
Kind, Duffy ask for pay to be withheld during shutdown.
Treasury takes final meaures to avoid debt limit breach.
Agency websites shut down with the government.
Tuesday October 1, 2013 Governor 3:13pm.
Wisconsin economic growth forecast best in the nation.
Coalition letter to Gov.
Walker regarding casino gambling.
Editorial: Your yardstick is what counts.
Legislative 2:31pm Announce Common Core hearings schedule revision.
Statement scott walker rejects kenosha casino widening scandal surrounding hunter training grant.
A conspiracy of silence against redistricting reform public hearings.
Lawmaker argues for 70 mph speed limit.
Bill seeks to right wrong against wrongly convicted.
Launches online economic impact map.
State releases new cost estimate for I-94 North-South Freeway Project.
Announces concealed carry license number 200,000 printed at the Department of Justice.
Seeks to commit Richard A.
State ruling keeps solar incentives suspended for rest of year.
Shutdown hits Wisconsin National Guard.
Statewide 2:20pm Wisconsin Public Service Foundation offers scholarships.
New study finds technology enabling Americans to drive less.
Announces new Deputy State Director.
Norbert poll reveals strong consumer preference for cooperatives.
Providers concerned over loss of BadgerCare coverage for people with mental illness.
Federal shutdown: Focus in state on nutrition programs, Guard furloughs.
Uncertainty greets start of health care exchanges.
Education 2:52pm A stop on solar tour.
Election rights expert Heather Gerken to address "dark money" and the future of political parties inMarquette Law School's Boden Lecture.
High school students can explore futures on STEM Career Day.
MPS defends vacant building policy amid criticism.
Introduces 2014 budget: "An Investment in Our Values.
Welcome to the era of Obamacare.
In shutdown blame game, Democrats and Republicans united: It's the other side's fault.
McCoy could send 900 home; shutdown set to close federal refuge, hatchery.
Government shutdown begins as deadlocked Congress flails.
HHS puts final touches on exchange sites before launch.
Gov. Scott Walker rejects Kenosha casino plan
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker on Friday denied the Menominee Nation's request for permission to build an off-reservation casino in Kenosha,.
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