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Community Action hosts Get Yourself Tested clinic to combat climbing STI rates
Community Action is hosting a free event for people to get tested for sexually transmitted infections.
Cullen will not seek re-election to Milton School Board in April
Milton School Board President Bob Cullen, who has served on the board for nearly two decades, won't seek re-election in April.
Milton mother hopes others can get treatment four years after son's overdose
Milton mother hopes others can get treatment four years after son's overdose
Surviving an overdose significantly increases the chances of early death.
Owners hope reputation for good food will boost new Milton restaurant
Owners hope reputation for good food will boost new Milton restaurant
Key employees at Milton's new Bunkers Bar and Grill wore shirts Monday from Fast Eddy's, a bar in Janesville. The same family owns both bars.
Janesville Post Office sees increase in parcel volume this holiday season
Janesville Post Office sees increase in parcel volume this holiday season
The Janesville Post Office is already having a busier-than-normal holiday season, as they have been 10-to-15 percent over peak parcel levels when compared to last year.
UPDATE: Police use OnStar to track down Janesville homicide suspects in Missouri
UPDATE: Police use OnStar to track down Janesville homicide suspects in Missouri
A Janesville woman was stabbed more than 30 times between Friday evening and Saturday evening, and the suspects are in custody in Missouri, police said.
Man charged with raping woman in Elkhorn after the two met online
A Wauwatosa man is charged with raping a woman he met online in Elkhorn after the state crime lab matched DNA collected during a medical exam of the woman to his DNA.
State Supreme Court hopeful touts her experience, values
Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet discussed her candidacy for state Supreme Court in an interview with The Gazette on Monday.
Complaints detail former fire department employee's allegations
A former Janesville Fire Department employee alleges the fire chief and other fire department employees lied to police that he "might be mentally unstable and dangerous."
Mercy CEO Bea's pay climbs to $8.38 million
Mercyhealth CEO Javon Bea's pay rose 4 percent in 2016 to $8.38 million, according to federal tax documents.

Local

One injured in Janesville fire
Hearings set for fire department charges
WATCH: Whitewater From Above
Siblings invent, sell lawn and garden aid
$50,000 bonds set for murder suspects

Crime

Rock County dog shot in the snout
Man accused of rape in Elkhorn
Police say victim was stabbed 30 times
Man arrested on OWI charge hit tree
Police dog helps catch theft suspect

Today in History

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Columns

New youth choir builds vital skills
Woman cited for genealogical research
Whitewater man thanks WWII vets
New book reveals blind lamb's tenacity
Janesville woman publishes cat story

Public Record

Public record for Dec. 13, 2017
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