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Volunteers brave the first snowfall to bring Thanksgiving meals to those in need
Volunteers brave the first snowfall to bring Thanksgiving meals to those in need
About 300 volunteers scurried in and around the stock pavilion at the Rock County fairgrounds Saturday morning to stuff and distribute food baskets at the annual ECHO Thanksgiving Basket Distribution event.
Janesville woman arrested on sixth OWI charge
Lora L. Hummell, 51, of 1414 Tyler St., Janesville was arrested on charges of felony operating while intoxicated, sixth offense, according to the release.
Officials hope to start conversation with Homeless Awareness Week
Officials hope to start conversation with Homeless Awareness Week
Since officials have spent hours debating how to best help homeless animals, at least a couple have expressed concern that not enough attention is being paid to another vulnerable population in the city: homeless people.
Opioids top list of controlled prescriptions in Rock County
Opioids top list of controlled prescriptions in Rock County
The three most prescribed medications in Rock County are opioids, according to data from the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
Today in History: November 19
Today in History: November 19
Among today's events in history, Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Conrad and Alan Bean made the second manned landing on the moon in 1969.
Milton council to consider 2018 budget Tuesday
Milton council to consider 2018 budget Tuesday
Milton's proposed 2018 budget would include full allocation of nonprofit funding requests and qualify for extra state aid.
Up in the air: County to consider airport operations in 2018
Up in the air: County to consider airport operations in 2018
The Rock County Board hopes to study operations at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.
Trump campaign created own rules on sexual harassment
Trump campaign created own rules on sexual harassment
"You can do anything," Donald Trump once boasted, speaking of groping and kissing unsuspecting women. Maybe he could, but not everyone can.
Today in History: November 18
Today in History: November 18
Among today's events in history, Walt Disney's first sound-synchronized animated cartoon, “Steamboat Willie” starring Mickey Mouse, premiered in New York in 1928.
Defiant Moore camp targets female accusers, vows fight
Defiant Moore camp targets female accusers, vows fight
Ever defiant, Republican Roy Moore's campaign lashed out at the women accusing him of sexual misconduct, declaring "let the battle begin."

Local

Janesville woman arrested on sixth OWI charge
Hundreds receive ECHO meals
About 300 volunteers scurried in and around the stock pavilion at the Rock County fairgrounds Saturday morning to stuff and distribute food baskets at the annual ECHO Thanksgiving Basket Distribution event.
Opioids prescribed often in Rock County
Officials want to talk about homelessness
New book reveals blind lamb's tenacity

Crime

Police: Charges pending in Edgerton school threat
Lawsuit alleges excessive force
Clinton police announce child sex arrest
8 charged in Elkhorn prostitution case
Janesville man accused of fourth OWI

Today in History

Today in History: November 19
Today in History: November 18
Today in History: November 17
Today in History: November 16
Today in History: November 15

Columns

Janesville woman publishes cat story
Sex abuse cast in national spotlight
Elkhorn-area native helps future dentists
Janesville talk looks at life after death
Local couple finish boating adventure

Public Record

Public record for Nov. 20, 2017
Public record for Nov. 19, 2017
Public record for Nov. 18, 2017
Public record for Nov. 17, 2017
Public record for Nov. 16, 2017