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Additional forum on Milwaukee Street conversion scheduled
The city of Janesville has scheduled an additional public forum for officials to receive feedback on whether to convert a portion of Milwaukee Street to two-way traffic.
Janesville man accused of reckless homicide in heroin death
A Janesville man accused of supplying the heroin that killed another man was arrested Thursday.
Authorities changing procedures after homicide suspect falls through cracks in months leading up to boy's death
A man accused in a drive-by fatal shooting in Beloit last month might have been in custody on the day of the shooting if procedures had worked as they should, the Rock County district attorney said.
Rock County Board to study merit pay for non-union employees
Rock County Board to study merit pay for non-union employees
Traditionally, government employees are given across-the-board pay raises, without regard to performance. That might change in Rock County.
One alderman, former mayor challenge incumbent in Elkhorn mayoral primary
Elkhorn Mayor Brian Olson faces two challengers for his seat in the Tuesday, Feb. 16, primary. Two candidates will move on to the April 5 general election.
U.S. Attorney to speak on civil rights issues
U.S. Attorney John Vaudreuil will talk about civil rights issues Saturday, Feb. 13, at the Muslim Dawa Circle, Janesville.
Assembly OKs bill cutting Planned Parenthood reimbursement
Assembly OKs bill cutting Planned Parenthood reimbursement
Republicans moved within a step Thursday of cutting millions of dollars from Planned Parenthood.
Janesville City Council member Sam Liebert seeks 'compromise' on pet store puppy sale rules
Janesville City Council member Sam Liebert said he wants to craft an ordinance aimed at more stringent local rules for pet store sales following the death of two dogs that became ill after they were sold at Furry Babies pet store in Janesville.
First Janesville City Council candidate forum scheduled
Candidates running for three seats on the Janesville City Council will appear at a public forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, at the Hedberg Public Library.
Public safety, public works top Janesville's list of priorities with 2017 shortfall looming
With an $800,000 shortfall predicted in 2017, police, fire and public works departments will take top priority for several Janesville City Council members next fall.