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UW-Whitewater dorm gets OK; construction to finish by July 2019
Construction of a $34 million residence hall for UW-Whitewater cleared its last legislative hurdle Wednesday.
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin to distribute first 'pet hero' awards
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin to distribute first 'pet hero' awards
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin will hold its annual meeting and casino night May 6, and it will distribute its first PetsGoHome Hero Awards.
Obese patients present challenges for emergency responders
Obese patients present challenges for emergency responders
Fire department employees say they're responding more often to obese patients, and while they have the equipment to handle such scenarios, it's not always enough.
Evansville man facing criminal charges after Wednesday crash
Evansville man facing criminal charges after Wednesday crash
An Evansville man is facing criminal charges after being suspected of using heroin before a crash Wednesday on Highway 18/151, near Spring Rose Road, in the town of Verona.
Fire at Delavan apartment building displaces 10 people
The fire was reported Wednesday morning and is being investigated by the state Fire Marshal and the state Division of Criminal Investigation.
Beloit Turner District sends out additional 600 community surveys
Beloit Turner School District sent out a community survey to test the waters for another referendum. However, the mailing list the district received did not account for renters, so the district sent out an additional 600 surveys.
Craig High production of 'High School Musical' boasts cast of 67
Craig High production of 'High School Musical' boasts cast of 67
Rest assured, they still have cliques at Craig High School—like most other high schools in America. So when “High School Musical” opens at Craig High on Friday, April 28, art will be mimicking reality.
20Q: Catching up with detective/author Erik Goth
20Q: Catching up with detective/author Erik Goth
The Janesville Police Department's resident writer discusses the dangers of law enforcement, his appreciation of Stephen King and the truth about cops and doughnuts.
Janesville School Board OKs borrowing
The Janesville School Board OK'd $14.5 million of improvements that will be paid for by borrowing.
How will new administration affect economy?

ELKHORN--A program examining the economy's future, including interest rates, the power of the dollar and the rise of inflation, will be held Wednesday, May 17, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. in Room 105 of the South Building at Gateway Technical College's...