Saudi student killed near UW-Stout, Donald and Hillary bring their shows to Wisco, heating bills set to high and UWM rakes in $1.5 million. It’s today’s Morning Links.
A visa-for-sale program has benefitted Milwaukee in the form of millions of dollars in investments from Chinese people, who sink money into developments in exchange for green cards. Here’s the inside story of early outreach that keeps paying off, and why the program has met stiff opposition nationally amid reports elsewhere of fraud and abuse.
Clowning in Racine, Tammy Baldwin for VP, Madison brothel charges and job cuts at Harley. It’s today’s morning links.
Walker’s John Doe docs leaked, Pokemon Go and Lake Parkers continue feud, Zeidler humanitarian awardees named and tickets (some fake) fetching big coin for Packers-Vikings.
Cubs fans flock north for cheap seats, Labor Day brings unprecedented drug deaths, UW told to bring conservatives to campus and Waukesha County can’t back The Donald.
Trump and Walker talk Mexico, Sheriff Clarke is Person of Year, Wolves killing hounds, and Milwaukee encyclopedia debuts.
Sherman Park cop and victim led parallel lives, a football Badger retires, parks want permits from PokemonGo players, and Milwaukee tuned out the Games in Rio.
Paul Ryan denies Paul Nehlen and his dumptruck, Lena Taylor and John Chisholm cruise, Prince Fielder retires and Southwest goes daily to San Diego.
Paul Ryan struggles in “TrumpWorld,” Scott Walker keeps it “Frozen,” skydivers crash in East Troy and meteors prepare to put on a aerial show.
For managing editor Daniel Simmons, this month’s cover story on global dining brings back memories of a journey to China.