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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.
Man sentenced on third and fourth OWI offenses
Paul B. Juhnke was sentenced to 195 days in the Walworth County Jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to his third and fourth intoxicated-driving offenses.
Prostitution, drug charges dropped in Edgerton case
A man accused of running a house of prostitution in Edgerton last year will not be sentenced on those charges.
Walker signs tougher drunken driving penalties
Walker signs tougher drunken driving penalties
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill creating tougher drunken driving penalties.
Rural Janesville man cited for fourth-offense OWI
David J. Harrison, town of Janesville, was cited after a traffic accident Sunday night.
Federal prison ordered for Janesville man in child pornography case
A Janesville man was sentenced Monday in federal court to 5.5 years in prison followed by 10 years supervised release for accessing child pornography.
Authorities: Teen shoots 2 outside prom before cop kills him
Authorities: Teen shoots 2 outside prom before cop kills him
An 18-year-old man opened fire outside of a high school prom in northern Wisconsin, wounding two students before a police officer fatally shot him.
Delavan woman facing a charge of fifth-offense operating while under the influence
Andrea M. Janaszek is charged with fifth-offense operating while under the influence in Walworth County Court.
Strong-arm robbery reported Friday in Whitewater
Whitewater police are asking the public's help in locating a man suspected in a strong-arm robbery Friday at Jersey Mike's Subs in Whitewater.
Rock County considers practice of jailing people because they can't pay fines
Rock County considers practice of jailing people because they can't pay fines
Jailing people only because they are too poor to pay fines is a constitutional violation. Rock County officials discussed the situation Thursday.