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Sony Pictures reversed course Tuesday and said it would release the film that provoked an international incident with North Korea and outrage over its cancelled release.
Judge David Reddy ordered a new trial for Richard A. Webber, 55, after a juror failed to admit bias before being picked for Webber's trial in March. Webber is accused of sexually assaulting a female relative in the summer of 2005.
A surge in U.S. economic growth lifted stocks Tuesday to record highs and showed that the United States is putting distance between itself and struggling economies around the world.
In the spirit of the season, The Gazette shares this gift of art created by our graphic artist, Tony DiNicola, titled "Christmas Day Sledding."
The department said the November rate for Rock County—also known as the Janesville Metropolitan Statistical Area—was 5.5 percent, the same rate reported in October.
It's the Super Bowl of sermons for ministers. On Christmas Eve, the place is packed, and expectations are high. So how does a single service capture the attention of newcomers and once-a-year visitors?
Stephen Schmid has been promoted to associate dean of academic affairs at UW-Rock County effective January 1.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley will administer the oath to Janis Ringhand, who was elected in November to replace retiring Sen. Tim Cullen in the 15th Senate District.
$263,085 has been raised toward the $395,000 Janesville Salvation Army Christmas campaign goal. Still, Maj. Bob Fay is optimistic the campaign will meet its goal.
The family of a Milwaukee man who was fatally shot by a city police officer say they aren’t giving up hope that the officer will be charged.
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