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Janesville police seek info on Wal-Mart thefts
Janesville police seek info on Wal-Mart thefts
The Janesville Police Department is asking the public to help identify two people police believe shoplifted at Wal-Mart in Janesville on Wednesday.
Janesville School Board will consider staffing plan again
The Janesville School Board will return to the topic of staffing at its meeting Tuesday, March 28.
Roll out the (orange) barrels: Interstate construction season starts Monday
Roll out the (orange) barrels: Interstate construction season starts Monday
Work on the Interstate 90/39 widening project resumes Monday.
Edgerton man cited for fourth OWI in Evansville crash
An Edgerton man was arrested for fourth drunken-driving offense after he rolled his vehicle near Evansville Friday evening, injuring himself.
Failure on health bill also hurts prospects for tax overhaul
Failure on health bill also hurts prospects for tax overhaul
House Republicans' failure to repeal Barack Obama's health care law deals a serious blow to another big part of President Donald Trump's agenda: tax reform.
Janesville City Council to decide dam's fate Monday
Janesville City Council to decide dam's fate Monday
The Janesville City Council will decide Monday whether to keep the historic Monterey Dam or remove it, changing water levels and the surrounding landscape.
Herb Kohl Educational foundation recognizes Whitewater student, two teachers
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is recognizing two Whitewater teachers and one student.
Three generations cherish same wedding dress
Three generations cherish same wedding dress
Jessi Balsamo, Sue Kotwitz and Jean Spaulding of the same familly all wore a vintage 1953 wedding dress.
I-43 lane closed near Clinton
The Wisconsin State Patrol reports closure of one of the northbound lanes on Interstate 43 near the Highway 140 exit at Clinton on Saturday because of pavement breakup.
Today in History: March 25
Today in History: March 25
Among today's events in history, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led 25,000 people to the Alabama state capitol in Montgomery in 1965.

Local

What's the point of this knife show?
Janesville police seek info on Wal-Mart thefts
Learn more about Monterey Dam issue
Three generations don wedding dress
I-43 lane closed near Clinton

Crime

Edgerton man cited for 4th OWI
Six arrested in Janesville burglaries
Murder suspect gets new lawyer
Janesvillle crime drops again
Not guilty plea in Burger King theft

Today in History

Today in History: March 25
Today in History: March 24
Today in History: March 23
Today in History: March 22
Today in History: March 21

Columns

Uphill Both Ways: Open pods, irritated parents
State author teaches about cranberries
Uphill Both Ways: Making change
New book features storied Milton House
Uphill Both Ways: A new column from Cathy Idzerda

Public Record

Public record for March 25, 2017
Public record for March 23, 2017
Public Record for March 22, 2017
Public Record for March 21, 2017
Public record for March 20, 2017