Good morning, Sconz Nation! Can anybody name the food pictured to the right? Nabilcy? I can't, but I can tell you where to get it. Go to Eno Vino Wine Bar.
Tony Evers says he favors lifting cap on vouchers.
Meanwhile, Madison schools chief Dan Nerad is under fire for a variety of things, including the green charter school.
But information session on 4-year-old kindergarten coming up.
Walker is now discussing abolishing public-sector unions.
Meanwhile, the city is working on new contract with bus drivers that will seek to reduce how many overtime hours they can work.
The State Journal includes an interactive map that shows the top overtime earners for the city last year.
The Cap Times does not dig the deficit reduction panel's recommendations.
Obama sees tax cut deal as a backdoor stimulus plan.
Another candidate declares to challenge David Prosser on the Supreme Court.
Badger Herald has video from the high-speed rail meeting last night.
And the Herald editorial board addresses this week's controversy over scalping tickets. It's not just the students, it's UW.
La Crosse Tribune says Walker is right to narrow focus of Commerce Department.