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The undersides of Amanda Stefl's fingernails are stained faint shades of purple and red from the thousands of grapes she's processed by hand.
Increased summer school attendance is likely due to innovative programming and the cultivation of a positive learning environment, said Superintendent Steve Pophal.
A Janesville man who led local, state and federal authorities on a 10-day manhunt in April goes on trial in federal court starting Monday.
An interactive fountain slated to be built along the west side of the Rock River in downtown Janesville won't be completed until summer 2018.
At least two residents who live along the Rock River are preparing to fight in court the Department of Natural Resources' likely approval to remove the Monterey Dam.
The McNair Scholars Program at UW-Whitewater helps underrepresented students pursue graduate education. It recently received $1.2 million to run for the next five years.
Mikayla Marie Werner, 20, of Janesville was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the 800 block of Highway 14, according to a news release from the medical examiner.
Thirty-six participants from multiple states gathered at Janesville's Oak Hill Cemetery on Saturday to learn proper headstone cleaning and preservation techniques from Jason Church, materials conservator for the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.
Janesville veterans react to a new TV miniseries, "The Vietnam War."
A rolling lab on Friday brought simulated and real body parts to Mercy Hospital and Trauma Center, allowing surgeons and staff to practice tricky bone-repair surgeries.
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