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Rock Aqua Jays finish as runners-up at weekend tournament
Rock Aqua Jays finish as runners-up at weekend tournament
The Rock Aqua Jays finished second at Saturday's 2017 Mercury Open Water Ski Show Tournament in Janesville.
Meth and heroin in Walworth County: two epidemics linked
Meth and heroin in Walworth County: two epidemics linked
Heroin and meth, despite having very different effects on the body, have similarities and links; in who is using them and how they're treated. But there are also differences.
Hats off: Whitewater residents paint butterflies to cover swastikas
Hats off: Whitewater residents paint butterflies to cover swastikas
Whitewater residents took it upon themselves to cover swastikas and other racist graffiti with butterflies and smiley faces at Rotary Skate Park.
Janesville relaxes fireworks ordinance
Janesville relaxes fireworks ordinance
State and city laws regarding fireworks have relaxed just a bit, giving residents a few more toys to (legally) play with this Independence Day season.
Group marches through Janesville to protest environmental risks from pipelines
Group marches through Janesville to protest environmental risks from pipelines
Enbridge Energy says it has no plans for a new Wisconsin pipeline, yet about 25 people marched through downtown Janesville on Saturday to oppose the idea.
Janesville SWAT team executes warrant, can't find shooting suspect
The Janesville police SWAT team executed a search warrant Saturday night to look for a suspect from last week's shooting but did not find him, Sgt. Brian Vaughn said.
Women4Wellness hits the green to make green for HealthNet
Women4Wellness, a Janesville nonprofit group that works on women's issues in Rock County, will host a charity golf scramble, dinner and purse auction at the Janesville Country Club on July 18.
Success story: First nesting ospreys call Janesville home
Success story: First nesting ospreys call Janesville home
Nesting ospreys have made a home atop a 140-foot-high tower in Janesville.
Councilman's texting prompts policy change
Councilman's texting prompts policy change
A councilman's texting during an important city council meeting was the catalyst that prompted one of several changes to the council's code of conduct.
Man arrested on charge of fourth OWI after vehicle left road, struck trees
A Fort Atkinson man was arrested early Saturday morning on a charge of fourth-offense intoxicated driving, according to a Rock County sheriff's news release.