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Murder suspect gets new lawyer
A Whitewater man charged with murdering his brother-in-law has been assigned a new attorney after a judge removed his previous attorney from the case, according to court records.
Not guilty plea in Burger King theft
A former Lake Geneva Burger King manager pleaded not guilty Monday to theft charges accusing him of taking more than $90,000 from the restaurant over two years.
Where to find live local entertainment this weekend
Where to find live local entertainment this weekend
Night Music is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment from Thursday, March 23, through Wednesday, March 29.
UPDATE: Countyline Road reopened
Rock-Walworth Countyline Road has been reopened after being closed around 9:25 a.m. Wednesday after a traffic accident.
DA: No charges for Illinois cop
The Walworth County district attorney will not file charges against an Illinois police officer for a fatal car vs. pedestrian collision after test results show he was likely not intoxicated.
Memorabilia show in Whitewater April 1
The Whitewater Historical Society will host its sixth annual Whitewater Collects Program, which allows residents to display and see city memorabilia, according to a release.
$7,500 raised for music programs
$7,500 raised for music programs
A UW-Madison Varsity Band concert in Whitewater raised nearly $7,500 for music programs in Whitewater schools, according to a news release.
School board discusses recent email
The recent email to the Delavan-Darien School District regarding undocumented immigrants' rights in the case of a federal immigration raid sparked some controversy among district residents.
Superintendent, teacher honored
The Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers recognized Elkhorn School District Superintendent Jason Tadlock and teacher Eryca Card for going above and beyond in their work.
Bloomfield offers town of Beloit advice
Village of Bloomfield President Ken Monroe said incorporation is a lengthy and expensive process but worth it in the end.
DA: Meth and drug court might not mix
The Walworth County District Attorney is more cautious about letting methamphetamine manufacturers in drug treatment court than other drug users.

Blogs

Big Event Blog: Flea market finds and a spring hike
Weekly Walk: Breaking trail
The Time Is Now: Widowed stay-at-home mom finds comfort
Weekly Walk: Into the woods
Mystery Place: Before the music, Alpine Valley was farmland

CSI

Live onstage: Music, magic and more
Janesville circus legacy endures
DA won't file charges against police officer
Kids learn to code at Beloit library's event
Photos: Love affair with trains

Entertainment

Live, local music this month
Savory Sounds lineup announced
Festival of Wine returning to Lake Geneva
“Big Fish” coming to Elkhorn Area High School
Community artists show at Hoard Museum

News

DA concerned about meth makers in drug court
Balancing act for sheriff
Meth made cheap, costly to clean up
College grads face student loans
College? Be ready to adjust