Dane County is dropping the ball on long-term care benefits.
And here's a cool story I got off the site: UW Freshman founds a flying club. He apparently has negotiated affordable rates, whatever that means.
Obama speaks in Racine and attacks the GOP vision for America.
"We acknowledge that the advertisement run by Justice Gableman's campaign committee was distasteful," say Justices Prosser, Ziegler and Roggensack, in calling for a dismissal of the complaint against colleague Michael Gableman.
"Unfortunately, Justices David Prosser, Patience Roggensack, and Annette Ziegler are unwilling even to join us in the proposed per curiam attached," say the other three justices, who argue Gableman did break Supreme Court rules with a particularly libelous attack ad two years ago.
Illusory Tenant explains what the Court can and cannot do.
After much public pressure, the Export-Import Bank reconsiders its decision to deny $600 million of loans for mining equiptment that is manufactured in Milwaukee.
Seven states launch impaired driving crackdown.
The Milwaukee County Supervisor who didn't know Arizona shares a border with Mexico will get a chance to defend herself.
Interesting, but not neccessarily remarkable: Pro-Life Wisconsin endorses both Walker and Neumann. Pro-Life Wisconsin is an extremist organization, however, its endorsement of Walker and Neumann does not indicate that both of those candidates toe that line, as the Cap Times suggests. Good for them for asking, however.