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First Janesville City Council candidate forum scheduled
Candidates running for three seats on the Janesville City Council will appear at a public forum at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 9, at the Hedberg Public Library.
Public safety, public works top Janesville's list of priorities with 2017 shortfall looming
With an $800,000 shortfall predicted in 2017, police, fire and public works departments will take top priority for several Janesville City Council members next fall.
Bids expected Tuesday for proposed multi-million dollar Elkhorn water treatment plant
Bids expected Tuesday for proposed multi-million dollar Elkhorn water treatment plant
Officials are expecting bids for Elkhorn's proposed new water treatment plant on Tuesday. The council will then review the bids and possibly select a contractor.
Rural Janesville man arrested on charge of fifth-offense intoxicated driving
Stanley T. Rulestead, 45, was arrested by Janesville police early Thursday morning.
Robins of springtime? Not so much
Robins of springtime? Not so much
If you think the robins you saw this week were signs of an early spring, you're wrong.
Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI
Last occupiers of Oregon wildlife refuge surrender to FBI
Surrounded by FBI agents in armored vehicles, the last four occupiers of a national nature preserve surrendered Thursday.
Elkhorn mayoral candidates talk downtown, future of Elkhorn at forum
The three candidates running for Elkhorn Mayor participated in a forum Wednesday afternoon.
Walworth County judicial candidates answer questions before Tuesday's primary
Three candidates are vying to be the next Walworth County Branch 2 judge. Two will advance to the April 5 spring election.
Milton schools could set up citizens panel to vet facility plans
If the school board likes the idea, the Milton School District soon could be handing its months-long facilities dilemma to an ad hoc community panel to unravel.
Breakthrough: Scientists detect Einstein’s gravity ripples
Breakthrough: Scientists detect Einstein’s gravity ripples
In an announcement that electrified the world of astronomy, scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves.

Local

Couple says Furry Babies dog died
Liebert seeks pet store 'compromise'
Extradition foul-up seen in shooting case
U.S. attorney to speak civil rights
Janesville candidate forum set

Crime

Man arrested in Janesville heroin death
Man suspected of 5th-offense OWI
Mall bomb-threat messages revealed
Man sentenced in heroin-smuggling scheme
Pursuit ends in teens' arrests

Columns

Choices keep diners loyal to fish fries
Woman raises unique hair sheep
For sale: Site of city's first murder
NAMI offers classes, support groups
Edgerton vet recalls 1946 parade

Public Record

Public record for Feb. 13, 2016
Public record for Feb. 12, 2016
Public record for Feb. 11, 2016
Public record for Feb. 10, 2016
Public Record for Feb. 9, 2016