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Retiring administrator looks back on nearly five decades at Evansville Manor
Retiring administrator looks back on nearly five decades at Evansville Manor
Clifford Woolever will retire after 47 years as the first and only administrator of Evansville Manor.
Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era
Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era
A deadline burst of sign-ups after a tumultuous year for the Obama health law has revealed continued demand for the program's subsidized individual health plans.
GOP betting that its fix for US economy will defy warnings
GOP betting that its fix for US economy will defy warnings
The tax overhaul of 2017 amounts to a high-stakes gamble by Republicans in Congress.
Janesville woman arrested on fourth OWI
Police arrested a Janesville woman on a fourth intoxicated-driving offense, and authorities are holding a Beaver Dam man on drug possession after a traffic stop in Janesville late Saturday.
Officials: Man scalded dog with boiling water
Humane society officials and law authorities say a Golden retriever dog so far has survived severe burns after a Beloit resident gave it a shower of scalding water.
Public record for Dec. 17, 2017
WATCH: Janesville students record holiday album
WATCH: Janesville students record holiday album
Seven Craig High School music students recorded an album of of Christmas pop standards. They did it for fun and friendship, and they're selling the album for charity.
Mighty Maggy shines in multiple sports
Mighty Maggy shines in multiple sports
Milton High senior is a force for Rock County Fury and Milton girls soccer
Crash closes lanes on Janesville's east side
Authorities have blocked traffic near the intersection of Highway 14 and East Milwaukee Street on Janesville's east side after a three-vehicle crash Saturday evening.
Bags of Hope drive delivers food, 'love'
Bags of Hope drive delivers food, 'love'
The Janesville School District's Bags of Hope food driv brough in more in donations this year than in 2016. It's more food (and more love), Superintendent Steve Pophal said.