Protesters staying at the "Walkerville" tent city around the Capitol pack up and leave.
Authorities upgrade charges against Cameron Mikutis, 18, to homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle for a May 29 accident. Mikutis drove his car into a tree on Madison's east side, and one of his passengers, 17-year-old Toree Gutzmer, later died from the injuries he sustained.
Mayor Paul Soglin announces he'll seek an ordinance requiring gun owners to get written permission before carrying weapons onto private property.
About 70 bicyclists in various states of undress pedal around downtown Madison as part of the World Naked Bike Ride. Madison police allow the nudists to ride, but ask that one of them volunteer to be cited for disorderly conduct. Last year, police cited nine riders and were criticized for how they handled the event.
Authorities charge Bernard J. Brown Jr., 27, with first-degree intentional homicide for allegedly stabbing Clifford Jones Jr., 23, to death at a South Park Street gas station in March.
Dane County Judge Daniel Moeser throws out a challenge to the state's domestic partnership registry, ruling that the law is constitutional.
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals denies the release of Alan Adin Randall from the Winnebago Mental Health Institution. Randall, who has schizophrenia, killed two police officers and a neighbor in Waukesha County in the 1970s when he was 16. It is the fourth time he has been denied release.
Henry Rahr, of Green Bay, allegedly punches Michael J. Dickman in the face during a Solidarity Sing-Along at the Capitol after draping a "Don't Tread on Me" flag over some of the singers. Sing-along organizers say that a number of pro-Walker demonstrators disrupted the daily event, including former state Sen. Dave Zien (R-Eau Claire), who reportedly drove his wheelchair over singers' belongings and shouted "Walker for president." Zien should be his campaign manager.
A bipartisan group of seven state lawmakers sends a letter to Gov. Walker asking him to veto provisions in the budget that will make it more difficult for microbreweries to expand or distribute their product.
A Madison Metro bus hits and kills a woman crossing University Avenue as the bus turned left onto University from Lake Street. The woman, whose name was not immediately released, had the right of way.
Madison Fire Chief Debra Amesqua announces she's retiring after 15 years in the post. Her last day will be Jan. 3, after which she plans to move to Florida to be closer to her family.
With the budget approved by the state Legislature, the Capitol building returns to a less restrictive state. For the first time in months, a metal-detector scan is no longer required to enter the building.
Compiled (in part) from local media.