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Whitewater murder suspect gets new attorney
ELKHORN—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.
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.
Janesville circus legacy endures
Janesville circus legacy endures

JANESVILLE -- The Big Top is coming down.

DA won't file charges against police officer

ELKHORN—The Walworth County District Attorney will not be filing criminal charges against an Illinois police officer after a fatal car vs. pedestrian collision because test results showed the officer likely was not intoxicated, although police...

UPDATE: Countyline Road reopened
Rock-Walworth Countyline Road has been reopened after being closed around 9:25 a.m. Wednesday after a traffic accident.
Kids learn to code at Beloit library's event
Kids learn to code at Beloit library's event

BELOIT -- Beloit Public Library, School District of Beloit, Comply365 and Hendricks CareerTek collaborated March 9 as  part of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's computer coding initiative.

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.
DA concerned about meth makers in drug court

ELKHORN—The Walworth County District Attorney is cautious about letting methamphetamine manufacturers into Drug Treatment Court because making meth poses a greater danger to the community, he said.

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