'We have monarchs' Woman raises, tags butterflies
Ann Reilly has been caring for and tagging monarchs for more than 20 years. Read more >>
Published: Saturday, Aug 26, 2017
State senator's homemade condiment cuts the mustard
Many know Sen. Janis Ringhand as a maker of laws. But some might not know she is also a maker of mustard. Read more >>
Published: Friday, Jun 30, 2017
Commuting GM workers coming home for good
General Motors employees who transferred to far-flung GM plants but kept living in the Janesville area are retiring. Read more >>
Published: Sunday, Feb 12, 2017
Coloring books highlight Janesville's historic homes
A Janesville couple hope their coloring books encourage residents' appreciation of historic homes. Read more >>
Published: Thursday, Aug 25, 2016
Craig High School students form a cappella singing group
Laura Schuler comes home from work every Tuesday to the pure, harmonious strains of a men's a cappella group crooning in her Janesville living room. Read more >>
Published: Monday, May 16, 2016
Residents, businesses survive Trump rally
It was all-you-can eat wings day at Quaker Steak & Lube, but at about noon Tuesday owner Scott Acker stood sentinel over a mostly empty parking lot. Read more >>
Published: Tuesday, Mar 29, 2016
Janesville Art League welcomes public to view museum-quality collection
Art expert Barry Bauman recalled his surprise when he walked into the art gallery at the Janesville Woman's Club. “It was like a small museum,” he said. Read more >>
Published: Tuesday, Dec 29, 2015
Whitewater farmer just can't stop creating
Dick Kraus lets his imagination run wild to create scary haunts. His projects also include the country mall at The Fuzzy Pig in rural Whitewater. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Oct 26, 2015
Janesville man giving new life to historic home
Ted Craig calls it the “crap shack.” But he says that mostly with affection because Craig is the home's new owner. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Sep 28, 2015
Janesville is his oxygen: Ryan and city go hand in hand
Rep. Paul Ryan made his hometown famous in 2012 when Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney picked Ryan as his running mate. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Aug 31, 2015
Janesville's General Motors closed doors in 2008 as the world watched
The closing of the General Motors plant in the heart of the nation would come to symbolize, for some, the weakening of unions and the decline of a strong middle class. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Aug 24, 2015
Van accident haunts survivors
A horrific traffic accident on the Interstate outside Janesville brought national attention to door-to-door sales crews. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Aug 17, 2015
Visitors flock to Janesville after birth of white buffalo
Thousands of visitors came to Janesville in 1994 after the birth of a white buffalo fulfilled an American Indian prophesy. Visitors continue to come today. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Aug 10, 2015
When Geraldo comes to town: KKK fight put Janesville in national spotlight
It started with the KKK. It ended with journalist Geraldo Rivera punching a neo-Nazi in the face in Janesville. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Aug 3, 2015
Rock Aqua Jays ski to the top
The Rock Aqua Jays—and its home venue in Janesville—are known worldwide. Read more >>
Published: Monday, Jul 27, 2015