Some video game developers take their creative freedom as far as they can, sometimes shattering realism for the sake of fun. They shouldn't have to apologize for it, Gazette columnist Jake Magee writes.
This week's entry features a 1972 Parker High School enterprise, The Store.
The key to any fish tale is to base the yarn on solid fact. Hydrologists say this is the highest Rock River levels have been in March for 29 years. That's a fact.
Doug Welch has written a book that helps the community and visitors see the Milton House with new appreciation.
These two Australian surf-rock bands are making a splash outside of the land down under.
“Horizon Zero Dawn” isn't only a blast to play and explore. It also features a compelling story in a confident first run for a new franchise, even if it stumbles at a few points along the way, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
With Sunday marking the start of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season, Dave previews the teams and drivers who will be competing.
Uphill Both Ways is a new column that will feature stories and photos from the Gazette's education files.
We are at the cusp of this kind of fishery right now on Rock River. Fifteen-inch walleyes have an androgynous appearance.
Jesus Salas will talk about being a farm worker and organizer when he visits Janesville on Tuesday, March 7.