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Population down in half of Wisconsin's counties in 2014
Rock and Walworth counties saw slight increases, while nearly half of all Wisconsin counties declined in population from 2013 to 2014, according to population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Bob Kimball maps wood project for 16 years
Bob Kimball maps wood project for 16 years
Bob Kimball, Janesville, created U.S. maps from pieces of wood he collected for 14 years, to represent every state tree in the country, as gifts for his adult twins.
Badger High School art teacher accused of sexually assaulting student
Badger High School art teacher accused of sexually assaulting student
Donald R. Hammon, 51, of Whitewater is charged with two felony counts of sexual assault of a student by school staff. At the time of the assaults he was the Badger High School art teacher.
French prosecutor: Co-pilot wanted to 'destroy' plane
French prosecutor: Co-pilot wanted to 'destroy' plane
The co-pilot of a Germanwings flight that slammed into an Alpine mountainside "intentionally" sent the plane into its doomed descent, a French prosecutor said Thursday.
Craig media students create monthly news show
Craig media students create monthly news show
Craig High School has a new broadcast show called Craig News for You. CN4U began during the first semester but started broadcasting in February. Two episodes have been recorded so far.
Juvenile suspect in fatal town of Sharon shooting enters an admission to reduced charge
Juvenile charged in fatal town of Sharon shooting entered an admission to first-degree recklessly endangering safety. The juvenile was charged Aug. 19 with homicide by negligent handling of a dangerous weapon.
He shoots, he scores! Janesville Jets challenge WSVH in goalball
He shoots, he scores! Janesville Jets challenge WSVH in goalball
Members of the Janesville Jets hockey team and students at the Wisconsin School for the Visually Handicapped faced off in a game of goalball Wednesday at the school.
Janesville School Board votes to change employee retirement benefits
Janesville School Board votes to change employee retirement benefits
After much confusion and deadlocked votes to amend portions of the plan, the Janesville School Board voted 5-3 on Tuesday night to tweak its other post employment benefits to allow eligible retirees in the district until 2018 to retire under the current benefit.
Janesville police meet with Fourth Ward residents
New technology makes it easier for Janesville residents to track and report crime, something Janesville officers revealed at a meeting with Fourth Ward residents Tuesday night.
Former Janesville tobacco warehouse to become office, retail space
Former Janesville tobacco warehouse to become office, retail space
A developer plans to turn a former tobacco warehouse on North Academy Street that he he calls the "The Gray Goose" into office and retail space.

Local

Rock and Walworth post slight growth
Juvenile shooting suspect changes plea
Art teacher charged with sexual assault
Craig media students create news show
Kimball maps 16-year project

Crime

Police: Teens caught impersonating cops
Wisconsin trooper killed in shootout
Pharmacy robbery nets prison sentence
Yahoo, Microsoft unveil new password alternatives
Students see dangers of distracted driving

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