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Suspect arrested in Whitewater credit union robbery
Whitewater police on Thursday announced the arrest of a man in Beloit.
Panel of local tasters pick favorite Girl Scout cookies
Panel of local tasters pick favorite Girl Scout cookies
The Girl Scouts say thin mints, caramel deLites and peanut butter patties are their top-selling cookies.
Evansville woman arrested after low-speed chase
Zoe Elizabeth Meyers, 18, Evansville, was arrested Thursday morning on Highway 11, Janesville, on charges of fleeing an officer and obstructing an officer.
Obama to seek to bust spending limits by $74 billion
Obama to seek to bust spending limits by $74 billion
President Barack Obama will ask Congress to boost government spending by roughly 7 percent above current limits, the White House said Thursday.
Student privacy and parent concern clash in Edgerton School District
Edgerton school officials are trying to reassure parents their children are safe after a child who was involved in a school shooting threat returned to school
Romney to appear in Janesville
Romney to appear in Janesville
Potential presidential candidate Mitt Romney will return to Janesville in April, possibly again as a Republican candidate for president.
Rock Aqua Jays to host 2015 Pro Wakeboard Tour on Aug. 1 in Janesville
The Rock Aqua Jays will host the final stop of the 2015 Pro Wakeboard Tour on Saturday, Aug. 1, at their home site along the Rock River in Traxler Park
Local unemployment rate up in December
Statewide, unemployment rates increased in eight of the state's 12 metro areas, the Department of Workforce Development reported Tuesday.
Charge filed against father linked to fatal town of Sharon shooting
Charge filed against father linked to fatal town of Sharon shooting
Michael J. Webb, 45, town of Sharon, is charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child. Webb is the father of the 14-year-old boy suspected of fatally shooting his friend in the head in July in the town of Sharon.
Gazette Editor Scott Angus stepping down; Sid Schwartz named successor
Gazette Editor Scott Angus stepping down; Sid Schwartz named successor
Daily deadlines will be a thing of the past when Scott Angus retires after more than 36 years with The Gazette, including the last 25 as its editor.

Local

Gas prices affect local operations
Hats off: Evansville man gets award
Plows are out, roads remain slippery
Snow dreams take form in Lake Geneva
Eighth-graders register for high school

Crime

No sanctions for UW-Whitewater
Suspect arrested in Whitewater robbery
Three arrested after robbery, chase
Sex offfender released locally
Vehicle in bank robbery ID'd

Public Record

Public record for Feb. 1, 2015
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Walworth County Court Record for Jan. 30, 2015
Rock County Court Record for Jan. 30, 2015
Public record for Jan. 30, 2015