Selig elected to Hall, loads of Trump news, landlord problems and Pack wins

Hey there. Lots to read this morning.

Our own Bud Selig has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

And Nationally, Oakland, California, is mourning at least 36 deaths from a Friday night fire in an old warehouse used by artists, and demanding answers from an investigation.

Meanwhile protesters in North Dakota are celebrating an Army Corps of Engineers decision to seek to reroute an oil pipeline – though the new Trump administration may reverse it.

Speaking of Donald Trump, he picked former rival Ben Carson as his secretary of housing and urban development.

And he tweeted out a warning Friday to Milwaukee-based Rexnord over shipping Indiana jobs to Mexico – an issue Vice President-elect (and Hoosier Gov.) Mike Pence sidestepped Sunday.

And six Wisconsin counties have finished recounts in the November election won by Trump, with not much change in the results.

And just one more Trump item: this interview with a member of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot.

Back home, the Journal Sentinel has a story about a River Hills investor connected to LLCs that own or owned several distressed central-city rental properties.

And, on the bright side, the Packers won again Sunday.