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Janesville native given command of Fort Campbell
Janesville native given command of Fort Campbell
Maj. Gen. Andrew Poppas, a Janesville native, was given command of Kentucky's Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne Division during a ceremony Thursday morning.
Area residents say what they think Trump should do first
Area residents say what they think Trump should do first
On the eve of Donald Trump being sworn in as president, The Gazette asked area residents in downtown Janesville what Trump's first priority should be as president.
Prosecutors: Man drove with prohibted alcohol concentration
A man is charged with fourth-offense operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
Stoughton man in critical condition after rollover crash
Stoughton man in critical condition after rollover crash
A 23-year-old Stoughton man suffered life-threatening injuries in an early Thursday morning single-vehicle crash in northwestern Rock County.
UW-Whitewater group offers free tax help to low- and moderate-income taxpayers
A UW-Whitewater group is giving free tax help and electronic filing of 2016 federal and Wisconsin tax returns for low- and moderate-income taxpayers.
Two UW-Whitewater students die in one week
Two UW-Whitewater students died last week, according to university announcements sent Wednesday and Thursday.
Issues-based march scheduled in Elkhorn Thursday evening
A march scheduled for Thursday in Elkhorn is meant to give citizens a chance to express their priorities, according to a news release.
High-speed chase through Walworth County results in two arrests in Mukwonago
Two men fled police through Walworth County before being caught in Mukwonago.
Lake Geneva firefighters rescue dog from burning vehicle
Lake Geneva firefighters rescue dog from burning vehicle
Lake Geneva firefighters rescued a dog from a burning vehicle Wednesday afternoon, according to a Lake Geneva Police Department news release.
Stay Safe Workshop aims to help Craig senior girls protect themselves
Several local organizations are sponsoring a Stay Safe Workshop at Craig High School on Feb. 18. It's a workshop police Sgt. Aaron Ellis hopes will be offered at other schools.