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In my music video this week you will see two examples of early American furniture...each worth a half million dollars.
On the eve of Donald Trump being sworn in as president, The Gazette asked area residents in downtown Janesville what Trump's first priority should be as president.
High water is the only unforeseen problem crews have run into while demolishing the parking plaza over the Rock River.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry discuss the Packers' postseason run and catch you up on area high school sports.
Law enforcement families face unique stresses, but the good, the bad and the ugly help make these communities become family.
As early as 300 AD, ancient Indian tribes in Wisconsin built effigy mounds built as animals and birds, including one in Sauk County.
After a couple unforeseen delays, Madison-based contractor Terra Engineering & Construction Corporation has begun demolishing the parking deck stretching over the Rock River.
It was a local inventors contest waged with seemingly flimsy materials, with gadgets designed by workday-weary minds that had mere, haphazard minutes to pull it all together—mostly with duct tape.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry sit down to get you caught up on all things local and state sports.
Magpies are considered one of the most intelligent animals in the world, and the only non-mammal species able to recognize itself in a mirror.
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