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Complaint: Delavan woman smoked synthetic cannabinoid then drove
A Delavan woman admitted to smoking the synthetic cannabinoid K2 and then driving in 2015, and she is now charged with fourth-offense OWI, according to a criminal complaint.
Rock County Board to consider censure against Sheriff Robert Spoden
Rock County Board member Rick Richard is asking his fellow board members to censure Sheriff Robert Spoden. He introduced a resolution Thursday.
Your Views: More money won't help people overcome problems
Together as a Rock County community we must find something that people will want more than each of these problems.
Lake Geneva man faces new child porn charges after other charges dismissed
After the case of child sexual exploitation against a Lake Geneva man was dismissed this week, the Walworth County prosecutors filed different charges against the man.
Janesville man arrested in stabbing
Janesville man arrested in stabbing
A Janesville man is in custody after stabbing another man in the abdomen Thursday afternoon in Janesville, authorities said.
Public record for Dec. 14, 2017

Rock County

Intoxicated driving arrests

JUSTIN D. MILLER, 31, of 812 E. Milwaukee St., Janesville, at 1:46 a.m. Saturday after police found him in a car that had stopped with its...

Most charges remain, one dismissed for Delavan woman in truck incident
A Waukesha County Court Commissioner declined to dismiss several of the charges a Delavan woman faces for allegedly coming close to hitting people while driving a stolen truck.
Our Views: Meet tomorrow's masters of technology
Community Elementary in Edgerton stands out as a school that makes coding part of its STEM curriculum, and we suspect it's only a matter of time before schools across the region figure out coding isn't just for computer geeks anymore.
Ryan dismisses as 'speculation' reports he plans leave office by end of 2018
Ryan dismisses as 'speculation' reports he plans leave office by end of 2018
Rep. Paul Ryan is likely to leave Congress after the midterm elections in 2018, according to an article published by Politico on Thursday.
Your Views: New hunting rule sends wrong message to children
I was sickened and also saddened to see the photo of a very young child with a gun (Nov. 22, Page 2A) sitting next to a dead deer, which she supposedly shot and killed and was being praised for her achievement.

News

Walworth official wants info on solar arrays
WATCH: Janesville students record holiday album
Officials: Man scalded dog with boiling water
Evansville Manor official retiring
Janesville woman arrested on 4th OWI

Sports

Mighty Maggy shines in multiple sports
Parker girls lag behind Middleton 58-53
Panthers spoil Rodgers' return
Fury remain among state's best despite new schools, faces
Peck: Safe ice by Christmas?

Opinion

Other Views: UW-Rock County will continue to thrive
Our Views: Scrutiny of nonprofit pay serves the public interest
Sound Off for Sunday, Dec. 17: Roy Moore, nonprofit pay and a shot dog
Other Views: State lottery gets a gift from taxpayers
Your Views: A question to contemplate this Christmas

Living

Craig choir to sing at White House
Humane society gets three-year contract
Restaurant review: If it's Asian food you seek, head to Moy's
'Christmas at The Armory' features songs and Santa
Music roundup: Milwaukee's Rave to host Chevelle this Saturday

Columnists

Stained-glass artist to teach in Roatan
Press Start: The good and bad of The Game Awards 2017
A league all their own
Peck: Dreaming of a White Christmas
New youth choir builds vital skills

Videos

Glen Loyd Videos: Mother rabbit battles hungry crows
WATCH: Whitewater From Above
Glen Loyd Videos: Chicago Christmas greeting
Glen Loyd Videos: Earth tones
Glen Loyd Videos: A Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving

Community

Death notices for Dec. 17, 2017
James "Jim" A. Gilbank, Clinton, WI
David Eric Beyer, Oregon, WI
Angela J. Steinke, Janesville, WI
MaryAnn “Mitch” V. McNally, Palmyra, WI