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A Janesville man waived his right to a jury trial Thursday and is set to plead guilty to a reduced charge of delivery of heroin instead of first-degree reckless homicide
Larry D. Johnson, 44, was arrested on charges of 10 counts of possession of child pornography.
A Janesville mechanic nicknamed "Doc," who has goosed countless old Harley-Davidson motorcycles back to life, is closing his small cycle repair and parts shop after nearly two decades.
WJJO radio's annual Sonic Boom music festival returns this weekend with a second day. The projected economic impact is set to double last year's number.
The last election showed millennials had the lowest turnout number at the polls. What will motivate them to punch the ticket this election?
County and municipal politicians, representatives and concerned citizens gathered at Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport to discuss how to deal with Wisconsin's transportation problem in a sustainable way.
Several authors will appear at a writer's workshop Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Edgerton Masonic Lodge. Proceeds will benefit the upcoming Sterling North Book and Film Festival.
A new Wisconsin law outlaws cellphone use in highway work zones.
The former president of the Beloit chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was ruled competent to stand trial for theft Thursday.
A Beloit Turner School District ad hoc committee will consider district facility needs and share information with district residents.
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