The Department of Workforce Development releases its latest jobs report, showing that the state lost 200 private-sector jobs in January (down from an earlier flat estimate). It also estimates that the state lost 1,600 jobs in February. That puts the state's job growth since Gov. Scott Walker has been in office at 101,572 -- or 148,428 jobs short of his promise to create 250,000 during the term.
Gov. Walker approves new restrictions limiting the hours for early voting.
The Waukesha County District Attorney's office charges state Rep. Bill Kramer (R-Waukesha) with sexually assaulting a political aide three years ago. Kramer was ousted as majority leader in March after he was accused of assaulting one woman and harassing another during a trip to D.C.
A spokesperson for state Assembly Speaker Robin Vos tells the Wisconsin State Journal that Republican leaders will meet Thursday to discuss whether they should remove disgraced Rep. Kramer from office.
Members of Madison Community Cooperative vote not to sell the Lothlorien co-op, which was damaged by fire last year. See Seth Jovaag's report .
The state Senate approves a bill requiring independent investigators to lead probes of deaths involving law enforcement.
Voters elect Michael Flores to the Madison School Board over opponent Wayne Strong. Liberals on the Dane County Board increase their majority, winning six of seven contested seats. Conservative Supv. David Wiganowsky is the only incumbent ousted, losing to Andrew Schauer. Mike Willett of Verona is the only conservative to win a seat on the board. See a report on the county board by Nathan Comp and a report on the school board by Catherine Capellaro. Dane County voters also overwhelmingly approve a referendum in favor of legalizing pot.