Miles Kristan, 26, allegedly pours a glass of beer on the head of state Rep. Robin Vos (R-Rochester) at Inn on the Park on the Capitol Square. Kristan, who has not admitted to pouring the beer, is later charged with disorderly conduct. Vos says that Kristan has been harassing him verbally since February. His office later issues a statement saying, "Hopefully the protesters will realize this only hurts their cause with the public."
Dane County Treasurer Dave Worzala announces he's running for the 2nd District congressional seat being vacated by Tammy Baldwin, who is running for U.S. Senate.
Federal Bureau of Investigation officers raid the east-side home of Cynthia Archer, a former high-level aide to Gov. Walker. Archer had recently resigned as deputy secretary of the Department of Administration to take a lower-level job with a different agency. Archer denies any wrongdoing; the FBI has not commented on why it raided her home.
The state Supreme Court rejects all of Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson's proposals to open up proceedings to the public. She proposed the measures as a way to boost public trust in the institution.
Michael J. Keith Jr., 24, is shot and killed in an apparent robbery in the parking lot of an east-side apartment building. Four people are accused in his death and the shooting of a woman.
Ten conservative Dane County Board supervisors postpone borrowing $24.2 million to cover costs of road improvements, vehicles, 911 equipment and land conservation. The move surprises liberal supervisors, who say it could cost the county $10,000 a day in fines for missing a federal deadline to upgrade its emergency radio equipment, and also cost money by breaking contracts.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano gives the first of two speeches in Madison to UW-Madison students.
Police arrest Tina Osuocha, 56, at the Willy Street Fair for allegedly committing fraud by soliciting donations for cancer research and pocketing the money. Osuocha had about $245 on her.
Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne says that Debra Foster, the driver of a Metro Bus that hit and killed a pedestrian in June at University Avenue and Lake Street, will not be charged with a crime. Foster tested negative for any substance abuse, and Ozanne says the investigation showed "there was a blind spot on the bus."
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi signs an ordinance banning concealed weapons in all county buildings. The move anticipates a state law allowing people to carry concealed handguns, which takes effect Nov. 1.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports that the handful of protesters who continue to show up at the Capitol each day are annoying both Democrats and Republicans. Democrats fret that their tactics are damaging the left's credibility. Republicans charge that the protesters have been "coddled" by the Dane County District Attorney's Office.
Compiled (in part) from local media.