The MillerCoors corporate office in Milwaukee recently got a makeover thanks to Beloit native and artist Adam Nilson.
City officials are still negotiating a contract with Bjoin Limestone to complete restoration work in the Monterey lagoon, much of which is under water thanks to recent rains.
A nonprofit group’s proposal to build affordable small homes in part of a city park has yet to be formally submitted to the city of Janesville. Neighbors who live near the park are already taking a stand against the plan.
The U.S. economy remains on solid footing, although the Midwest economy is not keeping up with the pace of national economic growth, said William Strauss, a senior economist and adviser with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
A process is underway to transform Milton's former Print Max building into a training facility for apprentice roofers and waterproofers.
The defendant accused of fatally stabbing a woman in her Janesville home in 2017 rejected a plea agreement Thursday and is set to begin his jury trial in Rock County Court next week.
Blackhawk Bank is holding its annual Grateful Giving Thanksgiving Food Drive to help feed families in need during the holiday.
Rest Area 17 on southbound Interstate 90/39 near Janesville will close for a month starting Monday, Oct. 21, the state Department of Transportation announced.
Picture people throwing axes, riding go-karts and hanging from walls and zipping on ropes above the floor of the former Boston Store at the Janesville Mall. Can’t picture it? Well, try harder.
Elevate, a new program at Craig High School, pairs businesses with students for problem-solving and market development.
Sauk County sheriff's officials have arrested a woman in connection with a shooting Wednesday night in Janesville in which a man was shot in the face, Janesville police said Thursday.
Property evaluators will visit about 2,200 businesses and houses with the goal of getting a more accurate picture of property values, City Administrator Ian Rigg said.
The Janesville Police Department found most drivers passed a test of crosswalk etiquette during a set of traffic operations over the last month.
Pavement resurfacing is scheduled for multiple city streets from approximately Oct. 17 to Oct. 26.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 90/39 will be restricted Thursday near the Highway 59 interchange near Edgerton.
The Rock County Historical Society is seeking sponsors for the 2019 Tallman House Holiday Tree Show.
The “Healthy Living with Diabetes” workshop will be offered Wednesdays starting Oct. 23 in the Irvin L. Young Memorial Public Library community room.
AA laundry room went up in flames Tuesday night at an Edgerton house, but no one was hurt, fire officials said.
A Janesville School Board committee would like to see more consistency in cellphone use policies.
Loved ones of Joshua Syck, who died of an overdose, wanted Kori Kincaid, one of the people responsible for delivering him drugs, to turn her life around. And Kincaid’s lawyer said to do that, her client needed prison and the addiction treatment coming with it.
Traffic backups are expected Wednesday morning and afternoon on the north and south lanes of I-90/39 at Newville as highway crews clean the bridge’s drains, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation announced.
Poverty continues to dog Wisconsin despite a lower unemployment rate since the Great Recession. A UW-Madison professor says he is working to educate people and help those still struggling.
Matt Nankee received the 45th Assembly District's First Responder of the Year Award on Thursday at the state Capitol in Madison.
SHINE Medical Technologies announced Tuesday that it’s officially entering into federal regulatory review of its permit to operate a nuclear radioisotope facility in Janesville.
A woman arrested in Janesville in connection with an Illinois homicide has been turned over to Illinois authorities after waiving extradition.
The Janesville Police Department is recognizing today as White Cane Safety Day.
Seneca Foods is one step closer to building migrant worker housing at its food processing facility on Janesville's south side.
The city of Edgerton hopes to redevelop the property after the 90-year-old building is leveled.
High school officials say the switch will benefit both teachers and students.
YWCA Rock County will hold a candlelight vigil in Janesville later this month to support survivors of domestic violence and remember the victims who have died.
Republican Congressman Bryan Steil and his Democratic counterpart, U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small, toured local businesses Monday.
Clinton police are investigating a Monday report of two masked men forcing their way into a mobile home and stabbing a man during a struggle, the village police chief said.
A Madison man appeared in Walworth County Court on Monday on a charge that he sent threatening messages from the movie “Pulp Fiction” to an officer who arrested him in 2013 in Whitewater.
An Elkhorn man has been sentenced to a month in jail and three years of probation after an incident with his shotgun and a motorist who stopped on County A in the town of Richmond, court records show.
The Highway 11/Racine Street ramp closure is being postponed until Monday, Oct. 21.
A traffic accident Sunday evening led to an Evansville man's seventh intoxicated-driving arrest.
Every year, the Janesville Fire Department makes an effort provide educational programs to day cares and schools.
“Ever since I was a kid, I have had a weird thing where I like to see people that I know in those type of vulnerable positions,” he told police, according to the complaint.
Carl Welty, a Beloit College professor and ornithology expert, loved nature. So it's only fitting that, 20 years ago, a nonprofit nature center was founded bearing his name.
The proposed $5.07 million budget is a 2.28% increase from 2019 and would focus on development projects, employee wages and city services.