The weather may be a month behind schedule, but the world of news hasn’t skipped a beat. Here’s what we’re reading on this late (believe it or not) April morning.
- For the first time since 2003, the Brewers have won nine games in a row. Read about last night’s victory here, courtesy of the Journal Sentinel.
- Hating your job? Well at least you’re not a newspaper reporter. CareerCast.com has ranked Superman’s daytime profession the nation’s worst job of 2013, just behind lumberjack. Forbes sums up CareerCast’s findings and provides links to the best and worst jobs of 2013 here.
- With the 2013 NFL draft just a day away, only two of eight NFL.com analysts agree about who the Packers will take with their 26th overall pick. Tyler Eifert, anyone?
- Kevin Curtis, the celebrity impersonator accused of mailing ricin-laced letters to President Obama and two other officials, says he was framed by longtime rival and martial arts instructor J. Everett Dutschke. To Curtis’ credit, the FBI dropped all charges against him yesterday for lack of evidence, The New York Times reports. Also to Curtis’ credit, he does a mean Bon Jovi.
- The American Lung Association has handed Milwaukee County poor marks for air quality in its annual report. Despite improvements in recent years, the county received an “F” for smog and a “D” for soot. The Journal Sentinel has more about the results here.