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Fire nearly destroys Lake Geneva home
Fire nearly destroys Lake Geneva home
A Lake Geneva home, at 427 Cook St., was was severely damaged by fire early Tuesday morning, according to Lake Geneva Assistant Fire Chief Patrick Heindl.
Bond Park skatepark plan skates along
Bond Park skatepark plan skates along
Even as neighbors continue to question if Bond Park is the right place for a skatepark, a plan to build one there has skated through the city's plan commission.
Expect slippery roads, reduced visibility, Rock County Sheriff's Office warns
Expect slippery roads, reduced visibility, Rock County Sheriff's Office warns
Travelers Tuesday morning found roads “a little slippery with visibility reduced a little bit,” said a Rock County Sheriff's Office spokesman.
City says plans to redevelop former Janesville Kmart are on fast track
City says plans to redevelop former Janesville Kmart are on fast track
The city of Janesville has confirmed a planned private re-development of the former Kmart site along Milton Avenue is on the fast track.
Williams Bay students evacuated after bomb threat found
Williams Bay students evacuated after bomb threat found
A bomb threat written in the bathroom at the Williams Bay Jr./Sr. High School has caused students and staff to be evacuated.
Blackhawk Tech's Soul Food Luncheon promotes more than just a meal
Blackhawk Tech's Soul Food Luncheon promotes more than just a meal
Nearly 200 people gathered in Blackhawk Technical College's north commons Tuesday to enjoy soul food, entertainment and prizes.
Ringhand to join listening session on Walker's budget
Sen. Janis Ringhand will join a bipartisan group of Rock County legislators for a public listening session on Gov. Walker's proposed state budget and other issues.
How Islamic is Islamic State group? Not very, experts say
How Islamic is Islamic State group? Not very, experts say
ISIS' ideology is a virulent vision all its own, one that its adherents have created by plucking selections from centuries of traditions, experts say.
School district schedules public forums on boundary line changes
The school district seeks comments regarding its recommended district boundary line changes.
With 3-D printer, Evansville dad gives son a little plastic, a lot of love
With 3-D printer, Evansville dad gives son a little plastic, a lot of love
An Evansville family is working to 3-D print a prosthetic hand for 3-year-old Liam Schmit. The technology will allow Schmit to scale the hand as Liam grows and print larger ones on his home 3-D printer.