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Town of Janesville man arrested for sixth OWI offense
Janesville police arrested a town of Janesville man Friday suspected of his sixth intoxicated driving arrest, according to a news release.
Yes, we have machine guns here
The Gazette delved into records of local people who have applied to own automatic weapons.
Evansville man sentenced in RV fraud case
Evansville man sentenced in RV fraud case
Troy Tofte was sentenced Friday to seven years and six months in prison, eight years of extended supervision and six years of probation for defrauding Janesville RV Center customers.
Sex offender accused of new offenses in Edgerton
Michael J. Tufano was charged Thursday in Rock County Court with exposing himself and exposing children to harmful materials.
Town of East Troy police join state Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
The Town of East Troy Police Department has become a member of the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Water bill address change not a scam
What Janesville city officials feared last week was a water bill scam wasn't a scam after all, officials told The Gazette on Thursday.
Evansville man facing criminal charges after Wednesday crash
Evansville man facing criminal charges after Wednesday crash
An Evansville man is suspected of using heroin before a crash Wednesday afternoon southwest of Madison, according to a Dane County Sheriff's Office news release.
Woman pleads guilty to reduced charges in shooting
Keprecious Richardson of Beloit pleaded guilty to reduced charges this week. The charges stemmed from the shooting and wounding of a Janesville woman Nov. 6 in a Beloit parking lot.
Deputies plan 'saturation patrols' at Break in the Weather Party
The Rock County Sheriff's Office sounds a serious note regarding alcohol violations at the annual party in Newville on Saturday.
WATCH: Jakubowski wanted to live off grid, not hurt people, attorney says
WATCH: Jakubowski wanted to live off grid, not hurt people, attorney says
Joseph A. Jakubowski's plan was not to harm anyone; he just wanted to live off the grid out West, possibly in South Dakota, his attorney said Tuesday after a hearing in Rock County Court.