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Court order restricts Gazette from reporting details in town of Sharon shooting case
Court order restricts Gazette from reporting details in town of Sharon shooting case
A Walworth County Court order is restricting The Gazette from reporting details about a town of Sharon shooting and a juvenile case attached to it.
Officials seeking public's help after dog found shot, killed in Walworth County
The Walworth County Sheriff's Office is asking for help to find the person who shot a bullmastiff and then dumped its body near the White River Trail, according to a news release.
Voter ID law has little impact on most voters
Voter ID law has little impact on most voters
Rock County Clerk Lori Stottler discussed the impact of the newly approved state voter ID law.
Local districts react to school report card numbers
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released school and district report card numbers Tuesday.
Christian book, thrift shop in Janesville to close in October
Priceless Books, Gifts & More will close in mid-October after about four years at its location at 1009 N. Washington St., Janesville.
Blackhawk Technical College to hold public hearing for new board member

JANESVILLE — A public hearing will be held Monday to review the two finalists for the vacant Blackhawk Technical College board seat.

The open seat was vacated by former Beloit City Council member Kevin Leavy in May. Because Leavy resigned ...

Top general: US ground troops possible in Iraq
Top general: US ground troops possible in Iraq
American combat troops may be needed to battle Islamic State forces in the Middle East if President Barack Obama’s current strategy fails.
No DC gridlock for gay marriage, legal marijuana
No DC gridlock for gay marriage, legal marijuana
While many liberal policy goals have proved elusive during Barack Obama’s presidency, there have been dramatic advances for two causes that once seemed quixotic — the legalization of same-sex marriage and the decriminalization of marijuana.
City accepting bids to move homes in way of new Janesville fire station
City accepting bids to move homes in way of new Janesville fire station
A dozen homes in the footprint of the planned Central Fire Station are up for grabs for anyone who'd want to move them.
Peace Week ends with international celebration Sept. 21
Four area groups are sponsoring an International Peace Day celebration at Janesville's Peace Park on Sunday, Sept. 21.

Local

Janesville squad involved in crash
Janesville police probe hit and run
Burglar in custody
Grant to fund 61 paid UW-W internships
Seminars to look at highway to heroin

Crime

Sex offender to live in local motel
Voter ID law has little effect on most
Court order restricts reporting on case
Homecoming patrols planned
Police investigate liquor store burglary

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