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Police standoff ends in arrest without incident
Police standoff ends in arrest without incident
A police standoff with an unidentified person suffering mental health issues ended Tuesday night in an arrest without incident, according to a Janesville Police Department news release.
Beloit Town Board says no to wheel tax
The board decided against imposing a $20 wheel tax in a 3-2 decision.
Police chiefs, Rep. Ryan, talk about preventing police shootings
Police chiefs, Rep. Ryan, talk about preventing police shootings
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan met with law enforcement leaders from around the country in Janesville on Monday.
SHINE employees taking a shine to downtown Janesville
SHINE employees taking a shine to downtown Janesville
SHINE Medical Technologies opened its new corporate headquarters to the public Monday in downtown Janesville to greet residents for the first time since the medical isotope startup moved here late last year.
Janesville's water consumption drops; rates rise
Janesville's water consumption drops; rates rise
Janesville's water consumption is at its lowest point in more than a decade, but 2017 water rates jumped more than they have since 2010, according to data obtained by The Gazette.
Man accused of skimming, cloning Janesville debit cards
A California man has been charged in Rock County Court in connection with a card skimming operation.
Candidates embrace cops but not the costs of police security
Candidates embrace cops but not the costs of police security
Candidates who swarmed Janesville and other parts of Wisconsin last fall have not paid for the security provided by local law enforcement.
Icy roads delay trash collection
Icy roads have delayed the Janesville trash and recycling collection, according to a news release.
Some Janesville students get an unexpected day off
Several hundred Janesville kids got an unexpected day off after Van Galder stopped its school bus runs because of icy roads Monday morning.
Tidwell optimistic she'll return to Janesville City Council before election
After an unexpected illness put councilwoman Carol Tidwell out of commission for most city council meetings since September, she's on the mend and could return before the April election.