Police arrested an Edgerton woman late Sunday after she waved a gun around in an Edgerton apartment and threatened to shoot several people there, authorities said.
Zachary Allen, 22, was taken to University Hospital in Madison with unknown injuries, the Green County Sheriff's Department said in a news release.
A Janesville man was treated for a minor dog bite and released from St. Mary's Janesville Hospital before being taken to the Rock County Jail after he was taken down by Janesville Police Officer Glen Hageman and his police dog, Karo, on Sunday night.
Hazel Tellefson, 95, lives at Fairhaven Senior Services, Whitewater, and spends part of her time mak
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Authorities say a 19-year-old Milton woman was killed and a man was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash that shut down Highway 59 east of Milton on Wednesday afternoon.
The State Building Commission on Wednesday approved a $4.5 million project that moves tutoring services at UW-Whitewater from a basement to three-story addition.
The buildings surrounding a former greyhound racing track in Delavan might come down this year. Officials with NRB Land Development, which owns the 200-arce property, said they don't yet have a buyer for the land.
Jeff Borchardt of East Troy has founded a nonprofit group to help further pet safety. The group is named after his son, Daxton, who died from severe injuries sustained in a dog attack in 2013.
Highway 59 is closed west of Whitewater.
Area drivers can hope for warmer temperatures or fewer snowfalls, but given the odds, it just might be better to slow down on the roads because salt is in short supply.
This prolonged winter, with below-normal temps and above-normal...
The Delavan City Council voted Tuesday to appeal a ruling regarding the Sho-Deen housing development to the state Supreme Court.
The development company that owns the building and grounds of the Delavan dog track is considering demolishing the buildings. No buyer for the ground has been found yet.
To slow the pace of boating and partying, and prevent further degradation of vulnerable resources, the conservancy is asking the Town of Troy to enact an “electric-motor only” ordinance for boats on Lulu Lake.