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UW-Whitewater investigation finds wrestling recruitment violations
A report released by UW-Whitewater gives details on the investigation into the university's recruitment policies and practices for wrestling.
Casualty kits to empower teachers in shooting situations
Casualty kits to empower teachers in shooting situations
If an active shooter ever attacks a Janesville school, district staff members now have tools and training to help bleeding victims before paramedics can reach them.
UPDATE: No identity yet for woman's body found in burning car
Little is known about the incident Tuesday morning in a field in Janesville's far west side.
Federal prison ordered for Edgerton businessman in payroll tax case
An Edgerton businessman who prosecutors say gambled instead of paying his payroll taxes was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to 15 months in prison followed by three years supervised release.
Former bank manager sentenced to four years in prison for stealing more than $150,000
Jessica Pfeifer, 33, Clinton, was sentenced to four years in prison for one felony count of theft and 26 felony counts of identity theft for financial gain.
Evansville school budget depends on November referendums
Evansville School District electors who vote on the district levy at their annual meeting tonight would face a different budget if one or both of two referendum questions on the Nov. 4 ballot are approved.
Developer sees opportunity in Kmart closing
Developer sees opportunity in Kmart closing
Kmart, the city's longest-tenured big-box retail store, will close in early December as its parent company tries to reduce expenses.
State offers accident-report copies; local copies are cheaper
The state recently began offering copies of accident reports for $6 apiece. Local law enforcement charges much less.
Cool summer in Janesville had only one day above 90 degrees
Hello autumn equinox, goodbye … “summer?” In Janesville, only one day reached 90 degrees or higher between June 21 and Sept. 23, according to Gazette weather records.
10 things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 23: First airstrikes against Islamic State group begin in Syria
10 things to know for Tuesday, Sept. 23: First airstrikes against Islamic State group begin in Syria
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Local

Evansville budget depends on Nov. 4
Casualty kits to empower teachers in shooting situations
Fees for accident reports vary
Janesville sees cool summer
Federal prison ordered in tax case

Crime

Bank manager gets four years for theft
UW-W recruitment violations found
Police release burglary video
Teen accused of burglarizing business
Sex offender to live in local motel

Public Record

Public Record for Sept. 23, 2014
Public record for Sept. 22, 2014
Public record for Sept. 21, 2014
Public record for Sept. 20, 2014
Public record for Sept. 19, 2014