Somewhere, on a lot in Whitewater where Judy Wildermuth's parents home used to stand, is a trove of stone fragments--pieces of ancient Native American smoking pipes.
Two decades ago, Delavan Lake was subject to a comprehensive overhaul. Officials continue the work to keep it clean and healthy.
Eleven Elkhorn High School students attended Project Lead the Way Day at the Wisconsin Capitol Frida
The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard arguments regarding a challenge to a statute that allows hearsay e
The East Troy woman, convicted in 2012 in the deaths of her twin children, is now required to see her probation agent more frequently.
Between 80 and 90 high school students from Janesville, Clinton, Watertown, Beloit, Milton and Parkview lined the halls of Blackhawk Technical College on Friday to participate in the first Job Olympics sponsored by the Cooperative Educational Service...
A morning fire caused one minor injury and at least $150,000 damage at the Tri Sigma sorority house near the UW-Whitewater campus, authorities said.
Walworth County Sheriff David Graves reflected on his 42-year law enforcement career Friday after announcing that he is not seeking re-election.
Turtle Creek Elementary School's annual "Wax Museum" featured fifth-grade actors entertaining visitors with characters from storybooks.
Gardeners as well as non-gardeners will find something of interest at Walworth County's eighth annual Smart Gardening Day held Saturday, March 22. The event will be held at the Walworth County Government Center in Elkhorn.
Artists and craftspeople can register for Whitewater's Main Street Festival through Tuesday, April 1.
Whitewater School District elementary school students are invited to ScienceNight 2014 at Whitewater High School from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 19.
The Walworth County Board voted unanimously to change its ordinances to go with a medical examiner system in place of its existing coroner's office.
Three Whitewater City Council members are endorsing Ringhand in her run for state Senate.