A Genoa City teen who was injured in an auto accident three years ago recently reunited with the doctor who helped him at the accident scene.
Rich Snyder of Janesville shows designs for 200-square-foot "tiny homes" he hopes to build in Janesville as transitional housing for people who are trying to recover from homelessness.
Happy Axe, an ax-throwing business that opened last August on Madison's west side, invites those ages 12 and older to test their marksmanship by throwing axes (hatchets, actually) at a series of pinewood targets.
Former employees of Janesville's General Motors assembly plant share their thoughts on the demise of the plant 10 years after it closed. They share how they've moved on through the loss of camaraderie, and the sense of family they felt for years working at the auto plant as it now faces demolition.
A house at 302 S. Pearl St. was demolished Tuesday. The owner of the house, Michael Locast, told The Gazette it was cheaper to tear down the building than to fix it.
Adams Elementary School kindergartners expressed thanks for family, friends, teachers and Aunt Cheri's marshmallow salad, among other things.
Rotary Botanical Gardens will kick off its 22nd Holiday Light Show at 4:30 p.m. Friday. This year’s show will feature more than 500,000 twinkling lights and a new extended route.
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.