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PHOTO GALLERY: Veterans and their families gathered in the warming house at Traxler Park for a Veterans Day program.
Downtown Janesville business operator Shawn Kennedy shows how he can use remote technology to move his Tesla SUV to avoid the two-hour parking enforcement in Janesville.
Weeds and heavy rains derailed Wisconsin's first legal hemp crop in roughly 70 years. It was discouraging for some, but others saw it as a great learning experience.
For the first time in program history, Edgerton High's football team has advanced to the third round of the WIAA playoffs. Edgerton pounded Lodi 35-14 on Friday night in a Division 4 second-round game.
Work is being done by American Transmission Co. on the Riverside Transmission Line project, an approximately 4.2-mile project consisting of two circuits of 345,000-volt transmission line. The line will connect a new substation near the Alliant Energy West Riverside Energy Center to an existi…
Elkhorn battered rival Delavan-Darien 5-0 to put an emphatic stamp on a flawless league season and win its fifth conference tournament title in seven seasons.
Emergency personnel respond to a a fire that broke out at an apartment building at 1616 Morningside Drive on Wednesday night. The building was evacuated, and there are no significant injuries, Sgt. Jimmy Holford with the Janesville Police Department said.
South side barber A.J. Wedding is out to prove that the craft of barbering is not "a hustle:" It's a "profession." He's operating a barber shop with a built-in barber college to give barbers-in-training the skills and knowledge they need to build a career.
It had been exactly one year since Joshua Robert Syck died of a heroin overdose, and his girlfriend, Jessica R. Gault, was still trying to figure out how to live.
Janesville’s Monterey Hotel could be slated for demolition based on a raze-or-repair order the city issued for the iconic building last week.
Timber Hill Winery in Milton received 5,000 pounds of Wisconsin grapes on Sunday, leaving its owner and a few others a chance to get their hands dirty.
John Giese, a Vietnam veteran and Purple Heart recipient, is gifted a 2018 Harley Davidson given by Hogs for Heroes at Boardtracker Harley-Davidson in Janesville on Saturday. Giese is a former police chief and mayor of Elkhorn.
Photos from Craig's 27-7 victory over Beloit Memorial and Parker's 40-2 loss to Verona during the first week of high school football.