A Janesville teen reported missing earlier this week has been found.
Janesville police arrested three teenagers for arson after responding to a fire in the bathrooms at Bond Park.
Janesville isn’t often—or ever—called the "City of Art.” But that could change a bit in coming years. Local investors and downtown boosters are beginning to foster plans to bring more public art to different spaces in the city.
The Milton School District should hire an interim superintendent to serve for one year after Superintendent Tim Schigur resigns, the school board's human resources committee has recommended.
A popular restaurant destroyed in a 2017 fire has been rebuilt and will reopen soon, a co-owner said.
Residents are reminded that garbage and recycling collections will be delayed due to Memorial Day observance.
Dwight Watson was one of two finalists for the UW-Whitewater chancellor job along with Interim Chancellor Cheryl Green.
Rock County Judge Barbara McCrory sentenced a man with amnesia to 10 years in prison for a brutal 2003 sexual assault the man doesn’t remember.
More than 200 veterans traveled to Washington with VetsRoll this year. Twenty World War II veterans and 45 Korean War veterans, who are 85 and older, were among those on the free trip.
The state patrol and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation collaborated to host media ride alongs Wednesday, giving area reporters a look at a typical day’s traffic.
St. Mary School has gotten a reprieve—seven months to figure out how to right its financial ship if it wants to continue to operate as a pre-kindergarten to eighth grade school.
Lincoln Elementary School fourth-graders show off their scientific knowledge—and kindness—by designing adaptive devices for the citywide fourth grade track meet Wednesday.
A Janesville man was hospitalized after being hit by a pickup truck on Milton Avenue on Tuesday.
A Janesville girl reported missing was last seen Monday, police said.
A woman was accused of driving drunk with a child in the car Monday.
The concessions stand at Milton's splash pad will stay open thanks to a city council decision to allow nonprofits to rent it.
A plan to move Catholic middle-schoolers from St. Mary School to St. John Vianney School has St. Mary parents worried about the long-term health of the downtown school.
A Beloit man has been charged with sixth-offense intoxicated driving in Rock County Court.
Sharon police are investigating a complaint they received that might have involved attempted child enticement.
Murder suspect Lucas Stuhr is still not mentally competent to stand trial, but that could change with treatment, according to statements in Rock County Court on Tuesday.
County O/Delavan Drive will be closed from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, May 23, under the Interstate 90/39 bridge, according to a state Department of Transportation alert.
Overnight lane closures on Milton Avenue have been expanded to include north and southbound lanes under the Interstate 90/39 bridge, according to a state Department of Transportation news release.
With little discussion, the Rock County Board General Services Committee on Tuesday authorized buying the former Pick 'n Save building on Janesville’s south side for $4.4 million.
A woman won $26,000 from a Badger 5 lottery ticket purchased in Janesville.
The substantial landscaping project underway at the club serves a dual purpose: beautify the grounds of this nearly 100-year-old building and call attention to the gallery and service organizations inside.
A group of students and a pet rabbit helped plant a prairie at Van Buren Elementary School in Janesville in May 1975.
Two students were expelled from the Janesville School District after recent expulsion hearings.
Milton School District officials are considering hiring one of two organizations to perform business functions temporarily after the district's top two administrators resign June 30.
The Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation has granted $21,035 to the Edgerton Fire Protection District for battery powered extrication tools.
Completion of a bridge in downtown Janesville has been postponed because of high water.
First Congressional District Rep. Bryan Steil will hold a listening session at Milton City Hall on Friday.
Ashley Friis and her fiance, Josh Groetken, are recovering after Groetken donated his kidney to Friis last month.
Rock County has one of the highest eviction rates in the state. But that doesn't capture many other residents who agree to leave to avoid being evicted.
As talks about merging fire and emergency medical services departments amplify, legislators this week will unveil a bill that would give volunteer firefighters and EMS workers tax credits.
Joseph "Chief" Coulter had a short-lived professional baseball career. He collected just one hit in one season playing for a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City A's. But he spent the rest of his life teaching kids in Janesville how to play the sport he loved.
The first time Jack Barrette took part in a reenactment of the flag-raising on Iwo Jima, a spectator paid him the highest compliment.
Immunizations are not required for enrollment in UW System schools, but that doesn't mean system health directors aren't pushing for them.
A Whitewater man convicted of killing his brother-in-law is asking an appeals court for a new trial, saying a judge’s decisions wrongly forced him to testify and limited his self-defense claim.
Both of Janesville's hospitals were recognized with Safety Net Partner of the Year awards from the Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
Orb. The Bubbler. The Hub. The Spark. The Link. Pick one. One of those names will be bestowed on the fountain-like interactive water feature that was completed last year in the Town Square along the riverfront in downtown Janesville.
BELOIT--A crash has led to the closure of a ramp from southbound Interstate 43 southbound to soughbound Interstate 90/39 southbound is closed, according to an alert from the state Department of Transporation at 3:30 p.m. Friday.
Saying the city has “plenty to celebrate,” Beloit officials have responded to a USA Today article that named the city the worst place to live in Wisconsin.
South Marion Avenue will close starting Thursday, May 23, from West Burbank Avenue to Kellogg Avenue.
Two lanes of Holiday Drive will be closed starting Monday, May 20, according to a city news release.