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Residents along State Street on Janesville’s south side clear their sidewalks after an overnight snowfall Saturday. Temperatures are expected to stay in the 40s through Wednesday before warming up Thursday and Friday.

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Federal prosecutors have charged a man with firebombing a prominent Wisconsin anti-abortion lobbying group's office last year. The U.S. attorney's office in Madison announced that 29-year-old Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury was arrested Tuesday at Boston's Logan International Airport and charge…

The Democratic-funded candidate in Wisconsin’s pivotal state Supreme Court contest has raised more than five times as much money as her Republican-backed opponent ahead of the April 4 election. Reports filed Monday show that liberal Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Janet Protasiewicz raised ne…

Police say a woman believed to be the mother of a dead newborn child found abandoned in a southern Wisconsin field earlier this month has been arrested. The Whitewater Police Department says in a news release posted on its Facebook page that the 39-year-old Whitewater woman was arrested Frid…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Two Texas companies have resolved Clean Air Act violations with the Environmental Protection Agency by agreeing to reduce emissions of planet-warming methane and other harmful pollutants wafting from the nation's largest oil and gas producing region.


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Spring is a season of rejuvenation, and perhaps nowhere is that rebirth more noticeable than in the yard. Each spring, grass begins to grow again as inviting landscapes beckon people outdoors. Extra sunlight and rising temperatures make spring a great time to plant flowers, grasses and trees.


The lines between the outdoors and indoors are being blurred. Homeowners build extensive outdoor living spaces so they can relax on weather-resistant furniture and even cook in lavish kitchens in their backyards. In addition, indoor three-season rooms full of bright, open windows that showca…