A Madison man’s supporters, including the victim in his case, asked the judge for leniency—citing the man’s bipolar disorder—but a Walworth County judge said prison was necessary.
Nerf Wars are back, and police and school officials are asking parents to keep kids in check.
With China halting import of most recycled materials, now is not the best time for a city to seek contracts for a new recycling vendor. But that’s Janesville's current position.
Rock and Walworth counties saw some of Wisconsin’s highest rates of population growth in 2018, continuing the region’s economic upswing following the Great Recession.
Janesville retailer Blain’s Farm & Fleet and power generator producer Generac Power Systems made Forbes’ list of America’s 500 Best Midsize Employers, Forbes announced this week.
AA Lake Geneva man was sentenced Wednesday to two years' probation in connection with a landlord-tenant dispute that ended in a gunshot, Walworth County Court records show.
The southern segment of the Rock River in Rock County is free of the slow/no wake restriction.
The Parker High School Class of 1979 is holding 40th reunion events July 19 and 20.
Paleontologist Neil Shubin will be honored at an award event on April 26 at Beloit College.
The bidding process for high school pool renovations has followed school board policy, Schantz said.
Customers of the abruptly shuttered Boardtracker Harley-Davidson apparently were able to retrieve motorcycles they had in storage or in for repairs at the Janesville dealership.
The Janesville City Council’s fifth-place vote-getter from the spring election won’t be selected to fill the seat left vacant by Jens Jorgensen.
An East Troy man charged with fifth-offense intoxicated driving told police he drank alcohol and took Suboxone, a medication for opioid addiction, before driving, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
Residents in the village of Footville are holding a community discussion April 30 to address the placements of two sexually violent persons in the area.
A Beloit woman faces a maximum 40 years of in-custody mental-health treatment for assaulting a man last fall.
Janesville will reopen its waiting list for Section 8 rental assistance during an all-day event May 31, according to a news release.
Westbound Highway 14/Humes Road will be reduced to one lane from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 18, near Interstate 90/39.
Janesville police are seeking information from the public about an incident that resulted in a man being shot in the hand early Wednesday morning.
The council gave final approval to a Midwest Tennis Center, Badgerland Disposal's new recycling facility and the renovation of an old feed mill to become the new Mitchell House Coffee.
Glen Erin Golf Club will cap off work later this spring on a new $2 million banquet and event hall that will give hundreds of guests a bird’s-eye view of the golf course’s tree-lined 18th hole.
A Madison woman charged with fourth-offense intoxicated driving was in the parking lot of a Delavan business and obstructing patrons, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has chosen four Janesville schools as 2018-19 Title I Schools of Recognition.
A Sharon woman was sentenced Tuesday to 60 days in jail for a drug charge based on a police raid of her and her husband’s home in December 2017.
Artist Jeff Henriquez will be painting a mural of Black Hawk on a wall in downtown Janesville in June.
Rock County is accepting applications for the District 26 seat on the Rock County Board following member Vicki Brown's resignation.
An 85-year-old Fontana man was killed in a two-vehicle crash after he failed to stop at a stop sign in the town of Bradford near the Rock-Walworth county line Tuesday, authorities said.
All northbound lanes on Highway 51 at near Beloit are closed because of a crash.
Michelle Finn of Janesville is the first winner of the Wisconsin Lottery’s new All or Nothing game.
Westbound Highway 11 was closed at Beloit Avenue early Tuesday morning after a semitrailer truck and SUV collided. Both drivers were injured.
A federal judge found the regulations do not violate the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution.
The Milton School Board on Monday hired Huffman Facility Development as an owner's representative for referendum projects and identified the scope of an upcoming financial audit.
Amid an ongoing legal fight with Harley-Davidson, the Janesville Boardtracker Harley-Davidson dealership is shuttered, something dealership staff apparently learned Saturday.