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Loudenbeck supports changes to weaken open records law
Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, R-Clinton, supports changes to Wisconsin's open records laws. Other legislators, from both parties, oppose the changes.
Ken Corey, longtime Janesville jeweler, keeps on ticking
Ken Corey, longtime Janesville jeweler, keeps on ticking
Ken Corey celebrates his 90th birthday with cake for his customers.
Highlights of Wisconsin budget advanced by committee
The two-year state budget the Republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee approved early Friday morning on a 12-4 party-line vote heads to the Legislature next week.
Wisconsin budget passes committee, heads to full Legislature
Wisconsin budget passes committee, heads to full Legislature
The Legislature’s finance committee finally completed its revisions to Gov. Scott Walker’s state budget plan after a five-week delay early Friday morning
UPDATE Delays on northbound Interstate cleared
After nearly two hours of delays, the Wisconsin State Patrol reports that traffic is moving again.
UPDATE: Woman arrested in car-versus-bicycle crash
UPDATE: Woman arrested in car-versus-bicycle crash
A 13-year-old Janesville boy suffered "substantial but non-life-threatening" injuries after being struck by a car driven by a woman suspected of driving drunk Thursday evening.
With social media tease, Wisconsin’s Walker jumps into 2016
With social media tease, Wisconsin’s Walker jumps into 2016
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a preacher’s son who withstood a recall election spawned by his fight with public employee unions, is joining the crowded Republican presidential race.
Former UW-Whitewater wrestling coach files claim with state Department of Justice
Former UW-Whitewater wrestling coach Tim Fader filed a claim with the state Department of Justice citing various UW-W employees as the cause for his hardships after being let go.
Elkhorn School District to pilot college and career readiness program
Elkhorn School District is one of 25 districts across the state to pilot a college and career readiness program for the state Department of Public Instruction.
Walworth County sheriff's deputies carry overdose-fighting medication
Walworth County sheriff's deputies began Thursday carrying naloxone hydrochloride, a substance that can counter an opiate overdose.

Columns

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Local

Ardrey, Quirk elected to board
Voters pick Marklein, Liebert, Deupree, Tidwell for Janesville City Council
Rock County judge race victor Michael Haakenson expecting recount
Bradley beats Daley for 3rd term on Wisconsin Supreme Court
Traffic no longer delayed on I-90/39

Crime

Intimate online photos lead to arrest
Coach files claim with over dismissal
Police: 11 pounds of pot, six guns seized
Runaway teenager turns herself in
Drug 'fun' turns into felony charge

Public Record

Public record for July 3, 2015
Public record for July 2, 2015
Public Record for July 1, 2015
Public Record for June 30, 2015
Public record for June 29, 2015