Four-year-old Isaac Johnson was diagnosed with high-risk stage 4 neuroblastoma in March 2017. His courage inspired Craig High School students to raise $10,000 for his treatment.
The approval process for a planned recycling facility in Milton is on pause after the company expressed a desire to build at a different location in the city.
A black man from Elkhorn says the nearly $4,000 in zoning citations he received after hosting a private event were racially motivated because those violations are rarely if ever enforced on others.
A Janesville man faces drug-trafficking charges after his arrest Nov. 14.
Prosecutors charged an Edgerton man Tuesday with selling a gun later used by a teen to shoot himself at an Edgerton house party.
The president of the YMCA of Northern Rock County board has resigned, saying he lacks the expertise to deal with a board that has become “divided” under a cloud of concerns by Y members.
Janesville police on Tuesday urged motorists to avoid Black Bridge Road because of a fire at a recycling plant.
The southbound right lane on Interstate 90/39 near Janesville is closed because of a traffic accident.
The ordinance regulates the dimensions of individual bins, and bins must also be a certain distance away from property lines and neighboring buildings. But the measure does not limit the number of bins a person could have.
The school board Monday unanimously approved placing a $59.9 million referendum on the ballot at a packed meeting that drew at least 50 people.
Milton-based Freedom Graphic Systems is one of 28 finalists for the state's Manufacturer of the Year Award.
A former Milton woman accused of causing a fatal crash near the Rock/Walworth county line will have her negligent homicide case heard in Walworth County, a Walworth County judge ruled Monday.
The Janesville Police and Fire Commission has narrowed a list of 32 fire chief applicants to five finalists.
Board Clerk Steve Huth and board Vice President Cathy Myers stressed doing the study doesn’t necessarily mean the district will eventually start paying board members.
The Rock County Sheriff’s Office is keeping its patrol shifts fully staffed as it works to fill 10 vacant positions and pays overtime exceeding $1 million a year.
The pending closure of Milton High School's 55-year-old pool is not a ploy to pass a referendum, district officials say.
The Milton School District no longer has interest in the park because administrators think the planned Midwest Tennis Center facility could provide the district more cost-effective tennis court space.
Some former YMCA board members say they’ve seen a troubling pattern: If you’re a member of the Y’s board and you ask the wrong questions, you could get “terminated.”
Developers say Meijer is likely to finalize the purchase of 28 acres in Delavan on Monday, but it's unclear when construction could begin on the company's planned 159,000-square-foot grocery store.
When Dave Moore became Janesville’s police chief in 2009, he moved to strengthen the department’s relationship with communities of color.
The Milton School District has begun testing Raptor ID, a visitor identification management system. It will be fully implemented Jan. 22.
In a couple of weeks, coding work done by Craig and Parker high school students will be circling the Earth.
A Walworth County judge Friday denied a Whitewater man’s request to move his reckless homicide trial to another county because The Gazette had written stories that could sway potential jurors.
Estimates for the footbridge that soon will span the Rock River downtown show construction will cost nearly $500,000 less than originally planned.
A town of Beloit man was arrested Thursday on a charge of fleeing and fourth-offense intoxicated driving.
A Franklin resident is in custody on a charge of first-degree intentional homicide after police found what appear to be two bodies in a burn pit in East Troy, according to a news release from Franklin police.
A Whitewater couple took part in the filming of a new series, “Legend Hunter,” which airs on the Travel Channel.
Rock County Board members unanimously approved appointees to the newly formed Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport Board on Thursday night.
An attorney with a group of concerned YMCA members said documents released by the Y on Thursday do not satisfy the group’s request for records, and they have not ruled out a lawsuit.
Winter is preparation season for farmers. Seeds. Fertilizer. And considering—perhaps through gritted teeth—whether to pull the trigger on buying a major piece of equipment.
A town of Delavan man charged Thursday with first-degree intentional homicide stabbed his wife more than 20 times, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
Eric Salazar Mota pleaded guilty Thursday in Rock County Court for his part in the 2016 gang-related shooting that led to the death of a 5-year-old boy.
The right lane on Interstate 90/39 is closed near Beloit because of a traffic accident.
After nearly two years of consideration, the Clinton School Board unanimously approved placing a sweeping facilities referendum on the April 2 ballot Wednesday night.
Having lost a race for an at-large seat last year, Brienne Brown is running again for a spot on the Whitewater City Council—this time against incumbent Chris Grady.
A new law reauthorizing a small federal agency has earned praise from Hedberg Public Library Director Bryan McCormick.
An Illinois man police said led the largest heroin trafficking organization in Walworth County was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for dealing heroin nearly five years ago.
A pharmaceutical drug supplier to Shopko says the Wisconsin-based retail chain is expected to file for bankruptcy next week.
A traffic accident with injury Tuesday night led to six arrests and led police to a second, domestic-violence incident.
Nearly three years after a nearly fatal car accident, Austin Neuhaus met one of the men who helped save his life.