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Williams Bay students evacuated after bomb threat found
Williams Bay students evacuated after bomb threat found
A bomb threat written on a bathroom wall at Williams Bay Jr./Sr. High School caused students and staff to be evacuated Tuesday afternoon.
Janesville juniors take ACT as state test for first time Tuesday
Juniors taking the ACT test in the Janesville School District on Tuesday were treated to halls so quiet they could hear a pin drop, a district official said.
Blackhawk Tech's Soul Food Luncheon promotes more than just a meal
Blackhawk Tech's Soul Food Luncheon promotes more than just a meal
Nearly 200 people gathered in Blackhawk Technical College's north commons Tuesday to enjoy soul food, entertainment and prizes.
Cancer treatment in dogs similar to humans, vet oncologist says
Cancer treatment in dogs similar to humans, vet oncologist says
Veterinary oncologist Dr. Kai Shiu will share treatment options for pets with cancer, cancer signs to watch for in a pet and explain the similarities between cancer in humans and dogs during a presentation Thursday night at Creekside Place in Evansville.
Janesville Gazette with Lincoln assassination news for sale on eBay
Janesville Gazette with Lincoln assassination news for sale on eBay
An original copy of The Janesville Gazette from April 15, 1865, is being auctioned on eBay. The newspaper contains reports of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
Ringhand to join listening session on Walker's budget
Sen. Janis Ringhand will join a bipartisan group of Rock County legislators for a public listening session on Gov. Walker's proposed state budget and other issues.
How Islamic is Islamic State group? Not very, experts say
How Islamic is Islamic State group? Not very, experts say
ISIS' ideology is a virulent vision all its own, one that its adherents have created by plucking selections from centuries of traditions, experts say.
School district schedules public forums on boundary line changes
The school district seeks comments regarding its recommended district boundary line changes.
With 3-D printer, Evansville dad gives son a little plastic, a lot of love
With 3-D printer, Evansville dad gives son a little plastic, a lot of love
An Evansville family is working to 3-D print a prosthetic hand for 3-year-old Liam Schmit. The technology will allow Schmit to scale the hand as Liam grows and print larger ones on his home 3-D printer.
Mother sentenced to prison in baby overdose death
Mother sentenced to prison in baby overdose death
Tallie J. Strommen, whose 1-year-old died of a methadone overdose in 2013, was sentenced to prison Monday in Rock County Court.