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Teen using torch accidently started house fire, report says
The Janesville Fire Department on Monday reported on a Sunday house fire that caused $185,000 damage.
Janesville man arrested on fourth-offense intoxicated driving charge
A Janesville man was arrested on a charge of fourth-offense intoxicated driving Sunday night in the town of Bradford, according to the Rock County Sheriff's Office.
Former Menards property redevelopment won't include traffic improvements
Former Menards property redevelopment won't include traffic improvements
The city of Janesville has no immediate plans to address traffic concerns on Pontiac Drive once development of the former Menards property begins next month, said Economic Development Director Gale Price.
Conservative black man rethinks America and race in new book
Conservative black man rethinks America and race in new book
Milton Thompson, a former superintendent of schools in Beloit and Clinton, has written a book describing his life journey as a way of looking at racial problems his country faces.
Police seek man who used stolen credit card in Milton-Janesville crime
Police seek man who used stolen credit card in Milton-Janesville crime
Milton police are looking for a person who used a stolen credit card in Janesville. The card was in a purse taken in a smash-and-grab in Milton on Jan. 30.
Police seek dog that bit woman
Police are seeking information on a dog that bit a woman Saturday night, according to a news release.
Waste burning leads to Delavan brush fire
Emergency services responded to an out-of-control brush fire on Creekside Drive in Delavan on Sunday afternoon.
Shed fire spreads to Janesville house
Shed fire spreads to Janesville house
A fire that started in a shed spread to a Janesville house Sunday afternoon, displacing a family.
Janesville house fire causes $100,000 in damage
Janesville house fire causes $100,000 in damage
A house fire Saturday afternoon “easily” caused about $100,000 in damage, Janesville fire Capt. John McManus said.
Walworth County Courthouse transitions to paperless eFiling
The Walworth County Courthouse has smaller stacks of paper and fewer attorneys wheeling carts of files as the county transitions to a paperless eFiling system.