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Hillary Clinton defended her family's foundation on Friday, saying that the charitable work it has conducted is in line with American values.
The Milton School District has improved how it streams its school board meetings in the four months since deciding to do so, officials told The Gazette.
Among today's events in history, the Democratic National Convention opened in Chicago in 1968; the four-day event was marked by a bloody police crackdown on anti-war protesters in the streets.
SC Aviation wraps up work on a new hangar at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport, new program targets youth suicide attempts and a full weekend of high school sports.
A day after a shallow quake killed 250 people and leveled three small towns, a 4.3 magnitude aftershock sent up plumes of thick gray dust in the hard-hit town of Amatrice.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold commented on the presidential race and other topics Wednesday during a campaign stop in Beloit.
Fifty skiers from around the world, including Madi Hagemann of Janesville, will compete in the Flaunt It "Whirled" Cup Swivel Championship on Saturday, Sept. 3, in Janesville.
Wisconsin's state superintendent described a drop in ACT college preparatory test results released Wednesday as a “solid starting place,” given that they represent the first year that all public high school seniors took the exam. Results for local districts won't be out until later.
A Janesville couple hope their coloring books encourage residents' appreciation of historic homes.
The Janesville School Board picked a superintendent search firm at its meeting this week.
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