Brewers minor-leaguer David Denson makes history, Jason Day wins the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, an election in Milwaukee, Gov. Walker on the campaign trail, and more.
Good morning, and welcome to the week.
- David Denson, a 20-year-old first baseman playing in the Brewers’ minor league system, has made history as “the first active player in affiliated professional baseball to reveal he is gay.”
- The Menominee Indian Tribe will vote this week on legalizing marijuana use on the 350-square-mile reservation in northeastern Wisconsin.
- Gov. Walker plans to lay out his health care plan in a speech tomorrow in Minnesota.
- Voters on Milwaukee’s south west side will head to the polls tomorrow to elect a new Alderman for the 11th District seat. County Supervisor Mark Borkowski squares off against State Sen. Tim Carpenter.
- Jason Day won his first major championship at Whistling Straits. ESPN.com chronicles the 27-year-old Australian golfer’s path to the PGA Championship.