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Former UW-W officials ask court to dismiss ex-coach's lawsuit
Lawyers for two former UW-Whitewater officials have filed to dismiss the lawsuit brought against them by a former wrestling coach.
Trump eager for big meeting with Putin; some advisers wary
Trump eager for big meeting with Putin; some advisers wary
President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin with full diplomatic bells and whistles when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month.
Janesville School Board to discuss funding for outdoor lab
On Tuesday, the Janesville School Board will discuss spending for its outdoor lab and hear an update on the International Education Program.
Janesville hospital to offer smoothies for a good cause
SSM St. Mary's Hospital-Janesville will offer smoothies Wednesday as part of its support for the annual Bert Blain Heart Walk.
McKnight pleads not guilty in Janesville shooting death
Barquis D. McKnight pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Monday in Rock County Court
Rock Aqua Jays finish as runners-up at weekend tournament
Rock Aqua Jays finish as runners-up at weekend tournament
The Rock Aqua Jays finished second at Saturday's 2017 Mercury Open Water Ski Show Tournament in Janesville.
Meth and heroin in Walworth County: two epidemics linked
Meth and heroin in Walworth County: two epidemics linked
Heroin and meth, despite having very different effects on the body, have similarities and links; in who is using them and how they're treated. But there are also differences.
Hats off: Whitewater residents paint butterflies to cover swastikas
Hats off: Whitewater residents paint butterflies to cover swastikas
Whitewater residents took it upon themselves to cover swastikas and other racist graffiti with butterflies and smiley faces at Rotary Skate Park.
Janesville relaxes fireworks ordinance
Janesville relaxes fireworks ordinance
State and city laws regarding fireworks have relaxed just a bit, giving residents a few more toys to (legally) play with this Independence Day season.
Group marches through Janesville to protest environmental risks from pipelines
Group marches through Janesville to protest environmental risks from pipelines
Enbridge Energy says it has no plans for a new Wisconsin pipeline, yet about 25 people marched through downtown Janesville on Saturday to oppose the idea.

Local

Milton wheel tax rolling in
South Oakhill Avenue to close for street repairs
Survey results leading to changes
Pocan blasts Senate health care bill
Boat-speed order extended on river

Crime

Edgerton man arrested for sixth OWI after I-90/39 crash
6th OWI is charge in I-90 crash
Not guilty is plea in Janesville murder case
UW-W officials seek lawsuit dismissal
SWAT team did not find suspect

Today in History

Today in History: June 27
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Columns

First ospreys make nest in Janesville
Program helps dads get secure jobs
Ethiopian girls come of age in Janesville
70-year-old earns high school diploma
Woman advocates for veteran father

Public Record

Public Record for June 27, 2017
Public record for June 26, 2017
Public record for June 24, 2017
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Public record for June 22, 2017