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After one day of testimony, jury to decide Jakubowski guilt or innocence
After one day of testimony, jury to decide Jakubowski guilt or innocence
A Janesville man who led local, state and federal authorities on a 10-day manhunt in April goes on trial in federal court.
WATCH: Complaint says demo derby driver gave deputy concussion during scuffle
WATCH: Complaint says demo derby driver gave deputy concussion during scuffle
A demolition derby driver faces criminal charges after police say he became irate when he was disqualified from the Walworth County Fair's derby.
Was Janesville homicide a case of self defense?
Was Janesville homicide a case of self defense?
Barquis D. McKnight's lawyer said Thursday the evidence is more consistent with a struggle for a gun than an intentional shooting of one person by another.
Complaint: Elkhorn woman drove intoxicated while out on bond for sixth OWI charge
An Elkhorn woman is accused of intoxicated driving while she was released on bond for a sixth-offense intoxicated driving charge from June, according to a criminal complaint.
Third defendant sentenced in Janesville home invasion
Third defendant sentenced in Janesville home invasion
Latres Robinson, 22, of 1703 Portland Ave., Beloit, was sentenced Wednesday in Rock County Court to seven years in prison and 13 years of extended supervision.
DNA links man to 2003 home invasion sex assault in Beloit
DNA links man to 2003 home invasion sex assault in Beloit
DNA from a man arrested in Las Vegas has been matched to DNA found on material used to bind a sexual assault victim in a Beloit home invasion more than 14 years ago, authorities said.
Local agencies fight human trafficking in Rock County
Local organizations are trying to raise awareness and provide resources for victims of human trafficking in the stateline region.
Rock County Jail inmate accused of sexually assaulting cellmate
An inmate at the Rock County Jail stands accused of raping his cellmate.
Illinois man charged with fourth-offense OWI
An Illinois man who is now charged with fourth-offense OWI reportedly told police he “should not have drove,” according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
Judge rules Jakubowski can't discuss gun rights at trial
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Joseph A. Jakubowski of Janesville may not introduce statements about his political beliefs during his trial, which starts Monday.