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State lawmakers call for more transparency from prescription drug companies
If passed, a proposed bill would require pharmaceutical companies to submit justification for price increases to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Rep. Debra Kolste, D-Janesville, said.
Craig graduate, 21, leaves memories of smart, caring man
Alex Hembrook, 21, died Sunday after a battle with cancer, but his short time on Earth didn't stop him from sharing positivity, kindness and his signature smile.
20Q: Catching up with Janesville tattoo artist Rick Woodham
20Q: Catching up with Janesville tattoo artist Rick Woodham
The owner of Tattoo Obscura talks about his smelly pug, hating mushrooms and the continued popularity of barbed wire designs.
Police say woman did U-turn to run over coworker
Police say woman did U-turn to run over coworker
Police suspect Arielle L. Landing, 28, of Janesville of attempted homicide. She is accused of using her vehicle to run over coworker Debroah K. Marsh, 27, of Janesville on Friday.
Homeless shelter waiting lists grow as cold weather approaches
Homeless shelter waiting lists grow as cold weather approaches
Waiting is inevitable for all families, single parents and single women who request to say at the shelter, said Rejeana DeViana, manager at House of Mercy.
Locals gather for second year to fight heroin epidemic
Locals gather for second year to fight heroin epidemic
Hope over Heroin Rock County was held for the second year on Wednesday night in Janesville.
Health Equity Alliance of Rock County hosts community breakfast
The Health Equity Alliance of Rock County will release results from its community health assessment and announce its goals for the next three years at its community breakfast Wednesday.
Dry needling becomes popular method for pain treatment
Dry needling becomes popular method for pain treatment
Dry needling, a long-term physical therapy treatment used for patients with muscle-based pain, has become increasingly popular in recent years.
Longtime local cook to step away from stove
Longtime local cook to step away from stove
Jim Elsberry is walking away from his decades-long run as a local restaurant operator, but he's had a harder time doing so than his doctors might like.
Edgerton woman kayaks to raise money for Alzheimer's walk
Edgerton woman kayaks to raise money for Alzheimer's walk
Long before this weekend's Walk to End Alzheimer's, Emily Linsley decided to paddle.