Election day is over and the revelry of opening day is already a faded (and for some, blurry) memory. But 50-degree days are in the forecast and, really, that’s what matters most. Here’s what we’re reading today.
- State Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack cruised to a second term on the bench, squashing Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone in Tuesday’s election, according to the Journal Sentinel.
- There was no opening day magic last night for the Milwaukee Brewers as they fell 8-4 to the Colorado Rockies at Miller Park. The Journal Sentinel’s Brew Crew beat writers have that story.
- On Wednesday, Rockwell Automation, a Milwaukee-based industrial manufacturer, announced that it had increased its number of board of directors to 10 and added a pair of new members, reports the Business Journal.
- Rapper and entrepreneur Jay-Z announced Tuesday that he was starting his own sports agency, adding to his stable of entertainment-related businesses, writes the New York Times.
- North Korea is - once again - making the wrong kind of headlines. According to USAToday.com, the unruly Asian nation on Wednesday was refusing to allow South Korean workers to enter a jointly run factory park just over the Northern border.