Readers have suggested that Janesville's turkey vultures like to hang out and roost on the ball diamond backstops at Craig High School. Here's photographic evidence.
Greg Peck made a startling discovery out west this month. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, considered the most famous man in the world around 1900, brought his show here repeatedly.
If you enjoy any photography at all, you probably were like Greg Peck last night, waiting for skies to clear for that “blood moon.”
It's (almost) all things football again this week, as John Barry and Eric Schmoldt tackle Week 3 of the NFL, the start of conference season at the college level and Week 7 for the high schoolers.
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and John Barry give grades to area high school football teams, talk about a No. 1 vs. No. 1 college football meeting Thursday and more.
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and reporter John Barry tackle all things football (and the start of the Janesville Jets season!) in this week's podcast.
The Gazette has earned a national award for live-video coverage of a 2014 Ryan vs. Zerban debate. Not bad for an experiment, digital content coordinator Andrew Reuter writes.
Paul Ryan's poverty plan, a fiery crash and a local school controversy are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A father-son golfing duo, a big week in restaurant news and advice from a state trooper are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Dave looks at Matt Kenseth's win last weekend; NASCAR's first Chase cut; Tony Stewart's retirement and the return of IndyCar favorite James Hinchcliffe.
Dave looks at the hole that Kevin Harvick must climb out of to win the championship, the domination of Joe Gibbs Racing and IndyCar testing at Road America.
With all three top NASCAR series at Chicagoland Raceway at Joliet this weekend, there is plenty of racing to get excited about.
Abby puts together a crack team to make a quilt for charity.
Andy panics when he makes an unsettling discovery under his bay window.
This reversible apron features a casual theme on one side, formal on the other.
"The Taken King" is "Destiny's" biggest expansion to date, and it turns a repetitive experience into an addictive shooter, columnist Jake Magee writes.
Video game violence is nothing to fret about, columnist Jake Magee writes.
Video games played an important role in establishing columnist Jake Magee's relationship with his long-distance girlfriend, he writes.
Have items in your garden that just keep coming? Here are some ways to use them up from food columnist Andrea Anderson.
Thursday marks U.S. Constitution Day, the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. But what would life be like if that day never happened? John W. Eyster asks.
Fourteen years ago Friday, John W. Eyster was watching the morning news as the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks unfolded. Where were you on 9/11?
"What happened to Scott Walker?" That headline from the Washington Post grabbed John W. Eyster's attention. He's betting it will grab yours, too.
There is nothing like an eclipse of the moon to get scientists revved up with explanations. But man and his mathematicians don't know everything about the universe, Glen Loyd writes.
It takes some time for these giant, prehistoric-looking birds to get to cruising speed.
Glen was so close with wildlife this week that he could look them in the eye.
After forty years of following presidential races, community columnist James Martin has come to a conclusion: Being president is really quite simple.
Garden columnist Janice Peterson dissects four myths about the legendary Johnny Appleseed.
Among the most popular plants: Floating strawberries. A giant red brain with leaves. And a flower that looks like Sideshow Bob.
Follow these tips to avoid wasting time pulling weeds.
The avian flu outbreak is creating a shortage of turkey-breast meat. Now the question is, "Will there be enough Thanksgiving turkeys?" Columnist Dale Wheelock sounds off.
Poultry expert Dale Wheelock goes live on air to set the record straight on backyard chickens.
When the average person is at a poultry show and looks at the birds they think, "Those are birds, alright." But there's much more to it than that, poultry columnist Dale Wheelock writes.