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House Speaker Paul Ryan will be taking questions from Wisconsin voters in a nationally televised town hall meeting Monday night, immediately following President Donald Trump's address on Afghanistan.
The Walworth County Food Pantry will not be closing after all. John and Susan Hughes are transitioning to take over after the pantry announced it would have to close.
Authorities arrested a man on suspicion of eighth-offense intoxicated driving after police pursued his SUV through parts of rural Janesville.
Hardly anyone gives a thought to the decorations teachers put up in a classroom. Turns out they're about much more than coordinating colors.
Kyle Knopes, 24, had his prison sentence modified to serve the rest of his time at home because he has a rare form of ALS and is not expected to live much longer.
Trauma and adverse childhood experiences are a major contributing factor to substance abuse, especially opioid abuse in women, Shari Faber said. By reducing the number of the experiences, they hope to then lower number of opioid abuse in the county.
Ken Geiter last flew in a B-29 bomber in the Korean War more than 60 years ago. When a Commemorative Air Force brought one to Janesville, Geiter got to fly once more.
Janesville police arrested a Janesville man Saturday on a charge of fourth-offense OWI after they say the man drove into a parked vehicle, according to a news release.
Vacancies in downtown Janesville are numerous, but the farther west you look downtown, the bigger the emptiness gets.
Members of an immigrant youth advocacy group and others protested peacefully outside Rep. Paul Ryan's Janesville church Sunday calling for Ryan to defend an immigrant program.
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