The state revokes the license of Red Caboose Day Care Center, alleging a 13-year-old girl who volunteered there sexually abused a 2-year-old. Red Caboose is allowed to continue operating for 10 days while it appeals the revocation.
The Government Accountability Board requests permission to file as an intervener in the John Doe investigation of allegations that Republicans illegally coordinated with interest groups in ad campaigns during the recall elections. A federal judge has halted the investigation, but the 7th District Court of Appeals in Chicago is considering an appeal to that decision. The GAB supports the prosecutors' position, but notes its interest in the case "is institutional and is to protect the public interest as provided for in the laws under which it operates."
Ken and Carl Van Haren win the Isthmus Paddle and Portage race, finishing ahead of 448 other teams.
Robert France, 46, is found shot to death outside the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel on East Washington Avenue. Police suspect the killing was drug-related.
The Government Accountability Board rejects a Republican proposal to allow election observers to photograph and film people getting ballots and registering to vote. Opponents fear doing so would discourage some people from voting.
Ald. Scott Resnick officially declares his candidacy for mayor, joining former Ald. Bridget Maniaci in challenging incumbent Paul Soglin.
Gov. Scott Walker files his latest finance report, showing he's spent more than $1 million on legal fees since 2012, including $320,000 in the past six months.
A federal judge dismisses a lawsuit brought by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) challenging an Obamacare provision offering congressional members and their staff subsidies to get health care in insurance exchanges. U.S. District Judge William Griesbach rules that Johnson and one of his aides don't have standing to bring the lawsuit, "given that the plaintiffs receive, at worst, a benefit, they cannot claim to be injured under an equal protection theory."
The Wisconsin GOP files a complaint against Trek Bicycle Corporation over an ad the company ran defending itself against attacks about its operation. Gov. Walker's campaign has made an issue of Trek outsourcing jobs while Mary Burke, Walker's Democratic challenger, worked for the family company. Trek president John Burke, Mary's brother, writes in the ad: "Governor Walker's campaign recently ran an inaccurate political ad about Trek. This compels me to set the record straight." But the GOP claims the ad is an illegal contribution to Mary Burke's campaign.
Mayor Soglin files his latest campaign finance report, showing he has only $2,577.50 on hand. The mayor paid off an $18,500 debt to his campaign manager, Melissa Mulliken, in part by loaning himself $16,500. Challenger Bridget Maniaci tells the Wisconsin State Journal that the mayor's low balance is a sign of weakness: "When I see a report like that, I think it's anybody's race, really."