NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes on Thursday celebrated completion of its latest expansion in Beloit.
Evansville Superintendent Jerry Roth and high school Principal Jason Knott spoke to about 20 residents Thursday about the district's plans to educate students, faculty and the community about sexual misconduct and harassment.
An Edgerton man who was a convicted felon when he was arrested in possession of weapons in February was sentenced in federal court Thursday.
Christian S. Klapper faces sexual assault charges for events alleged at his town of Magnolia home.
A Delavan woman died Wednesday at the scene of another fatal crash on Highway 11/14 in the town of Darien near the Rock and Walworth County border—an area that has worried local residents.
A man who defied authorities to camp on a Janesville bridge and park for weeks this spring and summer faced a competency hearing in Rock County Court on Thursday.
Police suspect someone made a false report, leading to a residence being surrounded Thursday morning in Janesville.
More traffic lights will be added to the intersection of Randall Avenue and Racine Street in 2021, in an effort to make the area safer for pedestrians and motorists.
The Janesville School District's high schools' grading policies continue to evolve.
United Way Blackhawk Region's 2018 goal was $2.6 million, which was reached thanks to a last-minute anonymous donation. This year's fundraising goal is $2.4 million. The United Way kicked off its campaign Wednesday.
ABC Supply co-founder Diane Hendricks believes family values, hard work and perseverance helped her succeed as a business leader and entrepreneur.
The end is in sight for the yearlong Milwaukee Street bridge replacement project in downtown Janesville. About 100 contractors worked all day Wednesday to pour the long-awaited bridge deck.
A traffic crash closed Highway 14 in the town of Darien on Wednesday afternoon.
A woman's car rolled into the Rock River late Wednesday morning after she stopped at the boat launch off Afton Road to free a turtle that had been in her house.
The most common misconception about flu shots is that the vaccination makes patients sick, and that simply is not true, said Jen Weadge, public nurse at the Rock County Public Health Department.
The city of Janesville will shell out $6,800 to settle a claim after a Janesville police sergeant rear-ended a Clinton teen's vehicle last summer.
A Janesville man has the opportunity to get most of his charges dismissed if he can successfully graduate from Rock County drug court.
Blackhawk Community Credit Union plans a public ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday at 100 W. Milwaukee St. in downtown Janesville, where officials will place the original cornerstone from the former General Motors plant.
Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday announced the first increase in the number of local prosecutors in more than 10 years.
County O/Delavan Drive will be closed under Interstate 90/39 for bridge work from 6 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, to 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, the state Department of Transportation said Tuesday.
One lane of southbound Interstate 90/39 is closed until 5 p.m. Tuesday south of the County S/Shopiere Road interchange, the state Department of Transportation announced.
A top Milton School District administrator who resigned in June is now working for a company owned by a Milton School Board member's husband.
Schools hope rules regarding cellphones can teach students the proper way to use the devices in educational and professional settings.
Seneca Foods is one step closer to offering housing for seasonal migrant workers at its property on Janesville's south side.
The Whitewater School Board filled a vacancy Monday night with a man who grew up in the city, now works at UW-Whitewater and said he can serve as a liaison for the Latino community.
A local craftsman who began fundraising for an ill-fated plan to build tiny homes for the homeless in Janesville has decided to donate the cash he raised to a homeless men’s shelter.
A Milwaukee man charged with fourth-offense intoxicated driving was speeding on Interstate 43, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
A Whitewater man suspected of driving while intoxicated fled from police, drove through yards and hit a mailbox, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
A Janesville man was charged with fifth-offense intoxicated driving in Walworth County Court.
The Rock County Council on Aging and Aging and Disability Resource Center will offer Rock County residents a chance to offer input on county services through focus groups that start meeting this month.
Sections of East Milwaukee Street and North Main Street will be closed Wednesday for work on the Milwaukee Street bridge.
David Bretl said he has tried to effect change during his 18 years as the top administrator in Walworth County government. Now, change is coming for him.
School nurses are responsible for everything from scraped knees to managing chronic conditions while students are in school.
Despite continued, big-ticket public and private investment in revitalization of Janesville's downtown riverfront, the revival hasn’t brought an overall decrease in vacancies in some stretches of the downtown’s west side—at least not yet.
Local cops endure exhaustive investigations before being hired, but as two recent cases illustrate, sometimes it's not enough.
This year, the Whitewater School District has added a handful of mental health professionals. Here are what those positions do and how they will have a “very large" mental health impact, as one administrator said.
A Kandu Industries fundraiser on Saturday involved Janesville's first dragon boat races.
Police are looking for a pit bull that bit a woman Thursday evening.
Prized antiques from the rural Edgerton estate of William and Joyce Wartmann go on sale this weekend.
A longtime voice of opposition against the city said he and others want to make sure the right thing is done in restoration of the Monterey lagoon.
Family and friends of three Beloit teens sentenced last week on sexual assault charges protested Friday outside the Rock County Courthouse, saying the teens' sentences were harsher than one given to a former substitute teacher.
A Jefferson County Court jury deliberated four hours Friday before finding the Rev. William Nolan not guilty on all five counts.
A Janesville man was sentenced to probation and jail on reduced charges Friday in Rock County Court.