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JANESVILLE — A 29-year-old Janesville man convicted of second degree sexual assault of a child in 2015 will be moving to 600 South Jackson Street, according to the Wisconsin Department of Community Corrections.

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A jury has convicted a man of homicide, hiding a corpse and stalking in the death of a romantic rival whose body has never been found. The Kenosha County deliberated about 10 hours over two days before finding 42-year-old Zachariah Anderson of Mequon guilty Wednesday of killing his ex-girlfr…

The Wisconsin Legislature has taken the final step needed to stop Gov. Tony Evers’ administration from enacting a ban on the discredited practice known as conversion therapy. Republicans who control the state Senate voted over the objections of Democrats Wednesday to effectively allow therap…

Police say a man who fled from officers during a pursuit that reached speeds of about 100 mph died early Wednesday after his car crashed into a ravine near Milwaukee. The Cudahy Police Department initiated the pursuit around 3 a.m. after a vehicle with an improperly displayed registration wa…

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Wisconsin's new secretary of state says she had no idea that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers was going to appoint her to the job. The governor announced Friday that Secretary of State Doug La Follette had abruptly resigned and that he had appointed former state Treasurer Sarah Godlewski to the po…


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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…