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Pooch pull proves popular despite cold weather
Pooch pull proves popular despite cold weather
The Alaskan Malamute Club of Wisconsin held its annual weight pull competition at the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin on Saturday. The dogs can pull up to 2000 pounds, club co-chairman Scott Bell said.
Rock Trail Coalition still strong after 25 years
Rock Trail Coalition still strong after 25 years
Time and again, the Rock Trail Coalition has shown perseverance to develop and maintain hiking and biking trails. It marked its 25th anniversary this month.
Janesville Craig heads for state cheerleading championships
Janesville Craig heads for state cheerleading championships
The Craig High School cheerleading team is going to the state competition Saturday in Madison.
One of five charged with passing fake money sentenced in federal court
One of five charged with passing fake money sentenced in federal court
Cornelius Stewart, one of five people arrested by Janesville police Feb. 23, 2016, was sentenced Thursday in federal court.
UPDATE: Highway 14 reopens after traffic accident
UPDATE: Highway 14 reopens after traffic accident
The crash occurred on the bridge over the Rock River.
Prosecutor files motion to disqualify defense attorney in Whitewater murder case
A Walworth County prosecutor asked a judge Wednesday to disqualify the defense attorney for a Whitewater man charged with murder because the attorney might be called to testify as a witness.
WATCH: Bar fire reported in rural Beloit
WATCH: Bar fire reported in rural Beloit
Firefighters from multiple agencies responded to a fire at Bootleggers, a bar in rural Beloit.
Man accused in cold sex assault case appears in court
Kelly L. Baxter, 53, of 106 Cherry St., Janesville appeared in court Friday. His next court date is 3 p.m. Thursday.
Getting the fidgets out: Janesville schools changing the way they think about classroom furniture
Getting the fidgets out: Janesville schools changing the way they think about classroom furniture
A number of Janesville Schools use alternative furniture to help kids learn.
Lader dispute comes to close with election looming
Lader dispute comes to close with election looming
The lengthy legal spat between the Milton City Council, Mayor Anissa Welch and Councilwoman Nancy Lader came to an end Thursday. Its tensions will last until at least April 4.