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Kyle Hovey receives Cost Cutter National Outstanding Achievement Award,
Janesville police Sergeant Jimmy G. Holford Jr. promoted to lieutenant
Delavan company designs brand launch for humane society

DELAVAN--Signalfire, a Delavan-based creative agency, has announced the brand launch of the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin and its interactive website, PetsGoHome.org. The Janesville organization was...

Walworth County Judge David Reddy denies two motions accusing sheriff's office deputies of intimidation
Walworth County Judge David Reddy denied two motions relating to accusations that Walworth County deputies and officials intentionally intimidated a jury and infringed on Daniel White's right to a fair trial.
Look West neighborhood resident sees transformation in neighborhood
Look West neighborhood resident sees transformation in neighborhood
Margaret Delaney and a group of other residents tour an area of the Look West neighborhood in Janesville.
Whitewater police seek suspect in car entry thefts

WHITEWATER--Whitewater police are asking for the public's help in their search for a suspect in a rash of thefts from area vehicles over the past several months, according to a news release from the Whitewater Police Department.

Globe-trotting photographer honored
Globe-trotting photographer honored

BELOIT -- If there's one thing Steve Raymer learned from his years traveling the globe photographing for National Geographic magazine, it's that the world has become a much smaller place.

That's the message Raymer shared with students April 11,...

Upcoming Janesville event offers insight into poverty
Jessica Schafer-Locher of ECHO knows it can be hard to understand the kind of poverty that causes children to come to school hungry, if you have a good job and a full belly.
Brodhead man sentenced for fatal OWI crash
A Brodhead man will spend 10 years in prison and five years on extended supervision for drunken driving that led to a crash that killed his passenger, a judge decided today.
Rotary Botanical Gardens announces events to celebrate 25th year
Rotary Gardens has blossomed from an abandoned sand and gravel quarry into an award-winning, 20-acre themed botanical garden during the past 25 years. It is recognized locally, throughout the Midwest and nationally.