Morning Links for August 4 2014

Morning Links for August 4 2014

Good morning, and welcome to Monday. Tomorrow marks two years since the Sikh temple shooting in Oak Creek. Punjab Singh, who was shot that day, still “can neither move nor speak.” The Associated Press tells his story.  CBS News asks the question: “Who’s dealing with the border crisis as Washington clears out?“ FiveThirtyEight’s “Data Lab” takes a look at how public transit stacks up in various urban areas.   Brett Favre will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and have his No. 4 jersey retired in 2015. Favre released a statement on the matter on his website last night, and…

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Dan Shafer was the digital editor at Milwaukee Magazine. Dan joined the magazine as assistant editor in 2014 and wrote the November 2014 cover story, "Downtown Horizons." He's worked as a reporter at BizTimes Milwaukee and an editor at ThirdCoast Digest. Contact him at daniel.shafer@milwaukeemag.com. He's on Twitter @danshaferMKE.