Lt. Doug Vierck has been tracking Rock County cases this year. As of Sept. 30, he registered 69 cases of drunken driving but 79 of drugged driving. That's alarming, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
What happens now? Janesville can’t expect some other big manufacturer to parachute in and fill the plant. Companies rarely make such moves.
Ryan felt compelled this month to accept a risky role many Republicans pressured him to take. They saw him as the only viable option for uniting the party.
More cities are allowing backyard chickens. ... If any Wisconsin city has rescinded its ordinance because of troubles chickens have caused, we haven’t heard of it.
The Highway 26 bypass that diverted traffic from these stores. Amin Shaikh lost so many customers that the bank foreclosed on the businesses.
Thumbs Up to JATV, Parker family and the solitary confinement experience; Thumbs Down to nighttime hunting.
Rather than reflect negatively on Janesville, the school district's declining enrollment might reflect statewide numbers, The Gazette Editorial Board writes.
Chancellor Kopper and her administrative team have steered UW-W on a reasonable course in dealing with $5.8 million less in aid under the state's new budget.
Thumbs Up to Grainger bringing jobs; Walworth County's wellness program and 's youth service in Delavan; Thumbs Down to inattentive driving.
Removing the dilapidated plaza would launch millions of dollars worth of proposed public improvements on the block between Milwaukee and Court streets.