Purple Martins along the Rock River share are common a denominator with the Decorah eagles we have been watching. They are good parents.
My mission was to get video of WW II airplanes and veterans at the Janesville Warbird Weekend the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.
A photo from The Gazette's archives shows Main and Court streets at a time when Janesville still had wooden plank sidewalks.
For the latest information on the Decorah eaglets and the surviving falcon from Great Spirit Bluff along the Mississippi River, go to their Facebook page.
Killing animals is a necessary evil for natural history. A lot of research relies on the collection of wild specimens. Curbing the practice could hamper science.
The World Health Organization last week officially recognized gaming disorder, which is defined as addiction to video games, as an official disease. Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has mixed feelings about the decision.
Like people from Chicago, sandhill cranes prefer summers in Wisconsin, too, and it seems like we are seeing a lot more of them lately.
A group of students and a pet rabbit helped plant a prairie at Van Buren Elementary School in Janesville in May 1975.
After more than 100 hours of play, Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee has gained every achievement in “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.” He considers it one of his proudest video game accomplishments.
Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee writes ‘Detective Pikachu’ is probably the only good video game-based movie he has ever seen.
I love the 1937 poetic documentary film "The River," that I'm showing today about the Mississippi River. Not only does The River mention Wisconsin, it also cites the Rock River twice.
In the beginning, before it employed thousands of employees and generations of Janesville residents, the General Motors plant started in this building.
The internet was appalled by the design of video game icon Sonic the Hedgehog in the trailer for his upcoming live-action movie, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee. The producers are right to change it, he says.
Recent reports have revealed “crunch” is common for video game developers, leading to ridiculous overtime and stress. The industry deserves better, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
With “Cuphead” releasing on Switch last week, a bizarre criticism is resurfacing: Some are critiquing the developers for failing to acknowledge the racism of the time period by which the game is influenced, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.
John is concerned about many things involving the Milton School Board and administration, including the latest lame duck session the Board held.
With “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice,” developer From Software has crafted a true masterpiece every “Soulsborne” fan should experience, writes Gazette gaming columnist Jake Magee.