Officials in Mineral Point warn residents to boil drinking water after finding E. coli and coliform bacteria in the water supply. The city is flushing the water supply through hydrants and adding chlorine.
Madison and Dane County officials announce a joint task force of law and health officials to address the spike in heroin use. This year, at least 135 people have overdosed and 22 have died.
Jonathan TeAndre Wilson, 20, is shot and killed in the Vera Court neighborhood on the city's north side. Police later arrest four teenagers in the death, which they call gang related.
The League of Women Voters sues to block the state's new Voter ID law. See Jack Craver's story.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports the Dane County District Attorney's Office has decided not to pursue sexual assault charges against Ald. Brian Solomon for an allegation made by assistant city clerk Elena Berg of an April incident.
A 15-year-old boy is arrested for carrying a fake handgun in the same part of the city where a man was killed the night before. A woman reported the boy carrying what she thought was a gun, and police arrested him; it turned out to be a pellet gun. Remember, if you want to carry a gun in Wisconsin, it has to be real.
A panel of three federal judges refuses to dismiss a lawsuit against the state's redistricting plan, as requested by the state's Justice Department.
Ed Thompson, the brother of former Gov. Tommy Thompson and a former candidate for governor himself, dies after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Scott Baumbach resigns as secretary of the Department of Workforce Development - the second person to resign from the post in 10 months. Gov. Walker names Reggie Newson, who served under Gov. Jim Doyle, to take over. Hopefully, Wisconsin will be open for business sometime soon.
Madison announces new guidelines for carrying weapons in preparation for the state's concealed carry law, which goes into effect Nov. 1. The guidelines - some of which might be challenged in court - forbid carrying weapons in city buildings, parks and bus shelters.
A dozen protesters are removed from the state Assembly chambers after holding signs and filming the proceedings. Three of the protesters - Thi Le, Jeremy Ryan and CJ Terrell - are jailed for allegedly jumping bail.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation and the MacIver Institute for Public Policy announce that they're launching a website and will begin airing a TV ad in support of Gov. Walker. The campaign is called "It's Working Wisconsin."
Compiled, in part, from local media.