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Chicago pledges improvements after scathing police report
Chicago pledges improvements after scathing police report
Chicago officials are pledging to revamp the city Police Department following a scathing federal report.
Delavan-Darien center school model shines amongst skepticism
The center school model received much criticism prior to its implementation, but seems to be well received halfway through the year.
Charges filed after Lake Geneva house raided, meth cook ignites in Lake Geneva hotel
Charges filed after Lake Geneva house raided, meth cook ignites in Lake Geneva hotel
Charges were filed against three people in Walworth County Court Thursday relating to the man who was arrested after a meth cook ignited in a Lake Geneva hotel Jan. 9.
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin posts record high adoptions, record low euthenasia
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin had a record-breaking year, all thanks to the help of a full time veterinarian, said Brett Frazier, shelter director.
Today in History: January 14
Today in History: January 14
Among today's events in history, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and French General Charles de Gaulle opened a wartime conference in Casablanca in 1943.
Rep. Pocan appointed to House Appropriations Committee
Rep. Mark Pocan will serve on the House Appropriations Committee
WATCH: Parking plaza demolition underway
WATCH: Parking plaza demolition underway
After a couple unforeseen delays, Madison-based contractor Terra Engineering & Construction Corporation has begun demolishing the parking deck stretching over the Rock River.
Evansville woman pays it forward with Little Free Pantry
Evansville woman pays it forward with Little Free Pantry
Tammy Pomplun is not short of ideas about how to help others in Evansville.
Janesville's new superintendent looking for community connections
Janesville's new superintendent looking for community connections
Janesville's new superintendent, Steve Pophal, sees a "moral imperative" to help all students.
Janesville officials appeal to state legislators for budget help
City of Janesville officials met with state legislators Friday and asked for help with what they called increasing difficulty in paying the bills.

Local

Freezing rain in Monday forecast prompts area closings
Janesville Police seek help identifying retail theft suspect
Cat yoga proves popular
Freezing rain expected Monday
Missing Beloit man found dead

Crime

Charges filed in meth lab explosion
Not guilty plea for meth ingredients
Prison set for crack trafficking
Not-guilty plea filed in sex image case
Reduced charge for heroin death

Today in History

Today in History: January 15
Today in History: January 14
Today in History: January 13
Today in History: January 12
Today in History: January 11

Columns

Racial Justice Award for 2017 announced
Janesville family hosts Ukrainian girls
Presbyterian pastor retires in Janesville
Tiny owl brightens holiday season
Five generations work in Hayes Block

Public Record

Public record for Jan. 16. 2017
Public record for Jan. 15, 2017
Public record for Jan. 14, 2017
Public record for Jan. 13, 2017
Public record for Jan. 12, 2017