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At a town hall meeting Friday, state and local officials joined users to demand answers from MTM, the company that receives $4.5 million a month from the state to provide medical rides to people on Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus recipients.
A semitrailer truck carrying hazardous chemicals crashed around 2 a.m. Friday into another disabled semi that had caught on fire earlier, on I-39/90, north of Racine Street.
Bob Kimball, Janesville, created U.S. maps from pieces of wood he collected for 14 years, to represent every state tree in the country, as gifts for his adult twins.
Craig High School has a new broadcast show called Craig News for You. CN4U began during the first semester but started broadcasting in February. Two episodes have been recorded so far.
After much confusion and deadlocked votes to amend portions of the plan, the Janesville School Board voted 5-3 on Tuesday night to tweak its other post employment benefits to allow eligible retirees in the district until 2018 to retire under the current benefit.
A developer plans to turn a former tobacco warehouse on North Academy Street that he he calls the "The Gray Goose" into office and retail space.
A Beloit man was arrested Tuesday night on a repeat drunken driving charge, cited for operating after revocation, according to a Janesville Police Department news release.
Rep. Paul Ryan invites constituents to tell him what's on their minds in upcoming meetings.
The Janesville School Board will vote Tuesday on whether to approve an overhaul to the district's health insurance plan.
Janesville's JP Cullen is the 2015 Build America Grand Award Winner for its work on Epic Systems' Deep Space Auditorium.
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