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Man sentenced in Whitewater Fourth of July BB gun shooting
Paul I. Champlin was sentenced to nine months in jail and two years of probation Thursday in connection with a BB gun shooting during Whitewater's Fourth of July celebration.
Pound the Pavement fundraising run set for May 21
Pound the Pavement for Habitat for Humanity is May 21 at Home Depot in Janesville. Proceeds help Cornerstone of Hope improve living conditions for needy residents.
Orphan children's choir to perform in Janesville
Orphan children's choir to perform in Janesville
The 22-member Matsiko World Orphan Choir will perform at Janesville's Nativity of Mary Parish on Monday.
Grainger returning $50,000 in tax credits to state
Grainger returning $50,000 in tax credits to state
Even though Janesville industrial supplier W.W. Grainger reports it's entering a wave of hiring, the company wasn't able to hire and keep enough employees to make good on a five-year tax incentive deal it made with the state in 2010.
Man sentenced to three years probation after pleading guilty to breaking newborn's arm
Man sentenced to three years probation after pleading guilty to breaking newborn's arm
Jonathan Foreman was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading guilty Wednesday to felony recklessly causing harm to a child.
Edgerton Community Outreach leader uses blessings to help others
Edgerton Community Outreach leader uses blessings to help others
Since 2002, Sarah Williams has been at the helm Edgerton Community Outreach, a nonprofit organization.
Blackhawk Technical College names new president
Blackhawk Technical College names new president
The Blackhawk Technical College Board unanimously approved Tracy Pierner as the college's fifth president Thursday.
Today in History: April 28
Today in History: April 28
Among the events in history that occurred today, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and his mistress, Clara Petacci, were executed by Italian partisans in 1945.
Trump, Clinton press closer to general election showdown
Trump, Clinton press closer to general election showdown
With five convincing victories in hand, Donald Trump has pushed tantalizingly close to a general election showdown with Hillary Clinton.
Cornerstone of Hope helping families raise food for themselves, pantries, seniors and children
Cornerstone of Hope helping families raise food for themselves, pantries, seniors and children
Cornerstone of Hope is making 200 garden beds and planting materials available through its Produce for Pantries program. Since 2013 it has produced 13,000 pounds of produce.

Local

Residents rid homes of unwanted drugs
Tech transforms spring planting
Teen's donation saved many lives
Rock County Jail inmate dies
New Janesville fire station operational

Crime

Man who displayed gun sought
Probation in child abuse case
Prostitution charge dropped
Man sentenced on OWI offenses
Fourth-offense OWI alleged

Columns

Alumni praise nursing school
Word Badger fights writer's block
Teen builds stamina as softball umpire
Teen helps count Rock County birds
Vets find healing in wilderness trips

Public Record

Public record for April 30, 2016
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