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Janesville man arrested on sixth-offense drunken driving charge
A Janesville man was arrested early Sunday morning on a charge of sixth-offense drunken driving, according to a police news release.
Woodman's, S&R to shift to cage-free eggs by 2025
Woodman's, S&R to shift to cage-free eggs by 2025
Janesville-based Woodman's Markets and Whitewater-based S&R Egg Farms say they've formed a partnership to produce and sell only cage-free eggs by 2025.
Bacteria in state's drinking water is 'public health crisis'
Hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin residents are at risk of illness from waterborne pathogens in private and public drinking water supplies
Edgerton chicken barn lost after blaze
Edgerton chicken barn lost after blaze
A 20-by-40 barn used as a chicken house was a total loss after a structure fire Sunday afternoon, fire officials said.
Rock County Jail inmate cleared from hospital hours before death
Rock County Jail inmate cleared from hospital hours before death
The female inmate who died at the Rock County Jail was seen and cleared from a local hospital six hours before she was found unresponsive, a Rock County Sheriff's Office commander said.
Milwaukee filmmakers shoot scenes at Bliss Communications building
Milwaukee filmmakers shoot scenes at Bliss Communications building
A team of recent UW-Milwaukee graduates spent Saturday at the Bliss Communications building shooting a short film.
108-year-old Walworth woman: 'I think I had a marvelous life'
108-year-old Walworth woman: 'I think I had a marvelous life'
Hazel Schuth, originally of Chicago and now of Walworth, has some advice for the younger generations: Be a kind person.
Woodworking rounds out Janesville retiree's life
Woodworking rounds out Janesville retiree's life
Clarence St. Michael, Janesville, has been refinishing and repairing wood furniture for as along as he can remember and recently started making wooden bowls.
Residents rid homes of unwanted medications
Residents rid homes of unwanted medications
Residents stopped by the drug drop-off event at Hedberg Public Library on Saturday to safely dispose of old prescription medications they had in their homes.
Spring planting: Generations of farming, decades of changes
Spring planting: Generations of farming, decades of changes
It's spring, and that means it's time to get crops in the ground. Technology developed in the past decade has made planting more efficient.