Randy Bryce and Cathy Myers announced endorsements in their race for the Democratic nomination in the 1st Congressional District.
The average Janesville water bill would increase by about 25 percent per year starting at the end of 2019 under a proposed water rate increase recommended by city staff.
Women's professional golf is coming to Janesville.
A lawyer for the Monterey Dam Association says members are examining their options after a Rock County judge Tuesday threw out their lawsuit that aimed to block the city's removal of the dam.
Janesville police on Tuesday asked the public's help in finding a suspect in a stabbing.
Democratic candidates Gary Groelle and Troy Knudson have similar amounts in advance of the Rock County sheriff primary.
A Department of Natural Resources grant will shave $400,000 off Monterey Dam removal costs for the city, and more grant money for the overall project could be on the way.
Chelo Dassow, running for Rock County Clerk of Courts as an independent, has raised the most among the four candidates, according to reports filed Monday.
Some residents in Walworth County are denouncing the Walworth County Board’s decision last week to block an advisory referendum on legalizing marijuana.
A nearly 2-foot drop in water levels in the Rock River downtown over the weekend had little to do with the city tearing out part of the Monterey Dam last week, Janesville Public Works Director Paul Woodard says.
Janesville police on Friday night spoke with Bill McCoy because he called for the hanging of multiple city officials after demolition on the Monterey Dam began earlier that day.
The Janesville Police Department is warning the community to beware of rental scams on Craigslist.
South Pearl Street will be closed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 17.
Tours of the Eager Free Public Library construction site, 21 W. Main St., will be given from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, during a construction party for kids.
Police are investigating the life-threatening stabbing of a 31-year-old Janesville man reported at 12:52 a.m. Monday.
Forty middle school students from Janesville and Walworth County will pack a bus Monday for a Boys and Girls Club trip to Washington D.C.
Southbound traffic on Interstate 90/39 is backed up Sunday evening following a multiple-vehicle accident near County M.
Blackhawk Technical College's enrollment is up slightly but it still faces challenges.
Bernie Sanders joined Randy Bryce on Saturday at a campaign rally at Janesville's UAW Local 95 Hall.
Some neighbors who live and work next to the GM site have had a ringside seat for the plant's demolition.
The Janesville Fire Department responded Saturday to a two-vehicle accident at Arby's that caused structural damage to the restaurant.
People parking on parts of the UW-Whitewater campus without permits are facing a steeper penalty after the campus police increased the ticket fine from $25 to $100.
Reiyah Jacobs, 12, a student at Edison Middle School, recently received a national award in the middle school division of a PTA-sponsored program.
Edgerton WI Veterans Memorial, a nonprofit veterans organization, is raising money to bring a Veterans Memorial Park to Edgerton.
Funds from this year's Golf Classic and Black Dress Soiree, hosted by Women4Wellness, will go toward continuing women's health care at HealthNet of Rock County.
A Caledonia man pulled into the Wal-Mart parking lot in Lake Geneva on June 30, and seven days later police found him dead in the van.
Democratic candidate for Rock County sheriff Gary Groelle announced endorsements.
A fundraising benefit for Melissa Dybas will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 28, at Bazinga Classic Pub, 1110 Kellogg Ave.
Rock County Conservationists holds hike to identify and photograph Wisconsin wildflowers.