Tuesday November 25, 2014 - Updated 4:57pm
- Gov. Walker. Joins tourism industry in support of Wisconsin's "Big Bundle Up" campaign.
- Sen. Carpenter. Governor Walker's administration is out of touch on DOT tax increases.
- WJFW. Northern Wisconsin lawmakers push for geographic diversity on budget committee; Tiffany seeks seat on powerful panel.
- Badger Herald. Some experts say tax decreases cause for gap in 2015-17 state budget.
- Sen. Lassa. Column: Foster care: Giving the gift of family.
- DFI. Lending up 6.2%, net income 2.4% at Wisconsin-chartered banks.
- DOJ. Columbia County defendant pleads to drug and theft charges.
- DNR. Weekly news.
- DOJ. Kristopher Torgerson bound over for trial.
- DOT. Kids can keep busy over Thanksgiving break with aviation art contest.
- DOJ. Seeks to commit Randall Luostari for treatment.
- DOJ. Seeks to commit Larry Whiteeagle for treatment.
- DATCP. Dairy 30x20 grants available for farm innovations, financial planning.
- AG Van Hollen. Announces transition planning underway at the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
- DNR. Opening weekend of Wisconsin's annual nine-day deer season exemplified safe hunting, with hunters of all ages hitting the woods and creating new memories.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Schimel names business lobbyist as top aide. Chippewa Herald.
- Bloomberg. Wisconsin utility sought solar fees after regulator advised CEO.
- La Crosse Tribune. 90K deer registered in Wisconsin season opener.
- Wisconsin Bankers Association. Statement on the release of third quarter 2014 FDIC numbers.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Wisconsin bank profits increase in third quarter.
- Governing. How states' recent job growth compares.
- Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter. Experts: Wisconsin dairy farmers to rake in big profits.
- Milwaukee Business Journal. Pentair cutting up to 60 jobs in Delevan.
- Common Cause in Wisconsin. Impending destruction of Wisconsin's non-partisan, independent Wisconsin G.A.B.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Study predicts longer Lake Michigan basin growing season.
- Wisconsin State Journal. AAA expects Thanksgiving weekend travel to increase this year.
- Eau Claire Leader-Telegram. 70,000 more pages of Walker documents coming.
- UW-Stout. Three honors college students, faculty present at national conference.
- UW-Madison. Two students finalists for Rhodes, Marshall Scholarships.
- UW-Eau Claire. Senior Tayo Sanders II named 2015 Rhodes Scholar.
- MPS. School board's actions cut benefits liability by $2.6 billion over last 6 years.
- MPS. Statement from Michael Bonds, President of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
- Baraboo News Republic. School board delays decision on transgender student activity participation policy.
- Madison Mayor Soglin. Statement on Ferguson Grand Jury ruling.
- Dane County Exec. Parisi. Dane Buy Local and national independent business advocates launch "Shift Your Shopping."
- RePower Madison. MGE shareholders file clean energy resolutions. 25% renewable resolution. Executive compenstion resolution.
- Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke. In response to calls by terror groups to increase attacks globally, Sheriff renews request for the public's vigilance in 'See Something, Say Something' campaign.
- U.S. Sen. Baldwin. Stands up for military families and backs DOD plan for better protection from abusive financial practices.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. Baldwin says she hopes nomination process for Hagel's replacement goes smoothly.
- The Hill. FDA rolls out ObamaCare menu regs.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Editorial: FCC's proposed fee increase helps schools and libraries.
- Wisconsin Public Radio. USDA will buy 68M cranberries to help market stabilize.
- Portage Daily Register. Portage familiar to congressman-elect Grothman.