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East Troy woman pleads not guilty to two fifth-offense OWI charges
An East Troy woman pleaded not guilty Friday to two charges of fifth-offense operating while intoxicated with one of the charges alleging a child was in the car.
Police use of force, domestic violence up in Milton
Police use of force, domestic violence up in Milton
Use of force incidents by police more than tripled and domestic violence arrests rose 60 percent in Milton last year, according to a Milton Police Department annual report.
Police ask for help in identifying theft suspects
Police ask for help in identifying theft suspects
The Janesville Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying three people suspected in multiple retail theft investigations.
Heroin update: Overdose numbers inching up in Rock County
Heroin update: Overdose numbers inching up in Rock County
Overdoses from heroin and other opiate drugs are increasing in Rock County. Officials discuss problems and solutions.
Janesville man arrested for 7th OWI
A Janesville man is being held in Rock County jail for his seventh drunken driving offense following a crash that injured the driver of another vehicle Saturday afternoon in Janesville, police said.
UW-Whitewater hosts memorial for Spencer Twining
UW-Whitewater hosts memorial for Spencer Twining
Family and university officials on Sunday mourned the death of UW-Whitewater swimmer and physics major Spencer Twining, 21, the Janesville man killed in a motorcycle crash last week.
Orfordville man accused of sexual assault of child
Thomas E. Cleland Sr. of Orfordville faces a charge in Rock County Court of repeated sexual assault of a child.
Former Delavan dance instructor pleads guilty to repeated child sexual assault
A former Delavan dance instructor pleaded guilty to repeatedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl he taught.
Man arrested on sixth-offense drunken driving charge
A Cambridge man was arrested on a sixth-offense drunken driving charge, according to an Edgerton Police Department news release.
Court clears 13 seized puppies for adoption
All 13 puppies police removed from a rural Janesville home in July have survived severe illness from neglect by their former owners and are now being adopted by new owners, sources said.