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Today in History: October 21
Today in History: October 21
Among today's events in history, 144 people, 116 of them children, were killed when a coal waste landslide engulfed a school and some 20 houses in Aberfan, Wales in 1966.
Police: Evansville man was driving drunk with child in vehicle
An Evansville man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of drunken driving after police found him driving a vehicle with a missing rear tire, and a young child in the vehicle.
Proposed Court Street conversion nearly doubles under new plan
Proposed Court Street conversion nearly doubles under new plan
City officials recommend the Janesville City Council on Monday approve converting Court Street into a two-way road from Academy Street near Five Points to Adams Street.
Trump jabs back at ‘wacky’ congresswoman as spat rolls on
Trump jabs back at ‘wacky’ congresswoman as spat rolls on
Unwilling to put the tussling behind, President Donald Trump on Saturday jabbed back at the Democratic lawmaker who has slammed him for his words of condolence to a military widow.
Janesville celebrates ARISE progress
Janesville celebrates ARISE progress
Officials took a moment Friday to celebrate progress on the Town Square. Despite the festivities, they're well on their way toward planning their next ARISE-related project.
Evansville school official: Security procedures were followed in Thursday lockdown
District Administrator Jerry Roth says administrators did everything right Thursday when responding to a situation that forced Evansville High School into a lockdown.
Today in History: October 20
Today in History: October 20
Among today's events in history, 78 people were killed when a tanker rammed a commuter ferry on the Mississippi River near New Orleans in 1976.
Jakubowski's lawyer criticizes Sheriff Spoden for comments on case
Jakubowski's lawyer criticizes Sheriff Spoden for comments on case
The attorney for Joseph Jakubowski, accused in a widely publicized April gun shop burglary, criticized the Rock County sheriff's public comments on the case Thursday.
Elkhorn police warn residents of scam
Elkhorn police say a man recently tried to pass himself off as a city worker collecting electricity payments.
Janesville again seeks Dawson Ball Fields operator
Janesville again seeks Dawson Ball Fields operator
After upgrading Dawson Ball Fields, Janesville has issued a second request for proposals from parties interested in operating the complex.

Local

Police: Man driving drunk with child in vehicle
Proposed Court Street conversion doubles
Janesville celebrates ARISE progress
Old scam, new delivery method: Text messages
Whitewater murder case moves forward

Crime

Door-to-door scam reported in Elkhorn
RCSO conducts warrant sweep
Lawyer criticizes sheriff's comments
Former Beloit postal worker sentenced
Insanity plea entered in Janesville stabbing case

Today in History

Today in History: October 21
Today in History: October 20
Today in History: October 19
Today in History: October 18
Today in History: October 17

Columns

Local couple finish boating adventure
Woman celebrates lifetime with 4-H
Farms, quilt blocks highlight tours
Veterans react to Vietnam series
Talks explore issues of the Great War

Public Record

Public record for Oct. 21, 2017
Public record for Oct. 20, 2017
Public record for Oct. 19, 2017
Public record for Oct. 18, 2017
Public Record for Oct. 17, 2017