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Town of Beloit residents speak against proposed rail line
Nearly 40 people crowded into the Beloit Town Hall on Monday to voice opposition to a proposed rail line that recently was rerouted through the community.
Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown
Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown
After months of tangling from afar, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will confront each other face-to-face for the first time in Monday night's presidential debate.
Salvation Army Auxiliary's Coats for Kids collection runs through Oct. 17 in Janesville
Salvation Army Auxiliary's Coats for Kids collection runs through Oct. 17 in Janesville
The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary's Coats for Kids collection kicks off Tuesday and runs through Monday, Oct. 17. Distribution is Saturday, Oct. 29, at 514 Sutherland Ave., Janesville.
Trump, Pence coming to Waukesha this week
Trump, Pence coming to Waukesha this week
Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence are planning separate rallies in the same Wisconsin city one day apart this week.
Janesville painter preps for downtown mural
Janesville painter preps for downtown mural
While city officials gather shovels, cranes and contracts for downtown revitalization, one local artist is readying his paintbrush.
Janesville's Wright Road traffic signals will remain
Janesville's Wright Road traffic signals will remain
Citing concern over children's safety, the Janesville City Council voted Monday to keep a set of traffic signals in place on North Wright Road despite the city's recommendation to remove them.
Popularity of Chinese tile game mahjong growing in Janesville
Popularity of Chinese tile game mahjong growing in Janesville
Mahjong is an ancient Chinese tile game has become popular in this area only recently. Adults can learn how to play the game Wednesdays at the Janesville Senior Center.
$11,000 donated to support Janesville police dog program
A fundraiser at Blackhawk Community Credit Union has raised $11,000 for the Janesville Police Department's K9 program.
Kids Against Hunger volunteers have fun helping kids a world away
Kids Against Hunger volunteers have fun helping kids a world away
Hundreds of residents volunteered Sunday to package thousands of meals to be sent to Guatemala as part of a Kids Against Hunger event.
Bob Geist wins 2016 Herb Kohl Helping Hand Award
Bob Geist wins 2016 Herb Kohl Helping Hand Award
When most people retire, their working days dwindle and their leisure time expands. That's not the case for 65-year-old Bob Geist, who for several years has dedicated his extra time to helping homeless families at Twin Oaks Shelter for the Homeless.