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Janesville man convicted for receiving stolen property
A felony charge was dismissed against Jose A. Ruiz, 33, of Janesville, but he was sent to prison on a lesser charge.
Town of Troy resident shot in home invasion
A Monday morning town of Troy home invasion leaves one resident with a gunshot wound to the leg, according to a Walworth County Sheriff's Office news release.
Elkhorn City Council passes sex offender ordinance
The Elkhorn City Council on Monday voted in favor of an ordinance restricting where incoming sex offenders can live within city limits.
Former police officer pleads guilty to theft charge
A former village of Bloomfield and village of Genoa City police officer suspected of stealing money from the Genoa City Police Department pleaded guilty to his crimes, according to online court records.
Walworth County Sheriff's Office investigating cause of death for Williams Bay man
The Walworth County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of Brian Bates, a Williams Bay man reported missing and found with a gunshot wound to his head.
Letter makes murder claim in death of Aprina Paul
A letter apparently from Nathan Middleton, the Rock County man convicted of burning Aprina Paul's body, says someone else murdered a Fitchburg woman at Middleton's home.
Repairing a reputation: Police sergeant faces life after arrest
Repairing a reputation: Police sergeant faces life after arrest
Janesville police Sgt. Brian Donohoue has been cleared of the accusation that he assaulted his wife, but he still faces the damage to his name.
Genoa City couple charged with child abuse bound over for trial
Genoa City couple charged with child abuse bound over for trial
Michael and Carrie Donahue are facing multiple charges related to the abuse and neglect of a 12-year-old boy. The child is the son of Michael. Both were bound over for trial Tuesday.
Melody Butt pleads guilty to drug charges, ordered prison time
Melody Butt pleads guilty to drug charges, ordered prison time
Melody Butt, an East Troy mother convicted of child neglect in the 2011 drowning deaths of her twins, pleaded guilty to three misdemeanor charges Tuesday and will spend the next 10 years in prison.
Representatives ask Elkhorn City Council to pump the brakes on sex offender ordinance
The Elkhorn City Council discussed alternatives Monday to a potential ordinance that would restrict where incoming registered sex offenders could live in Elkhorn.