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Walworth man charged with fifth-offense intoxicated driving
Walworth police reported that Joseph R. Davis, 35, of N1380 Highway 14, drove while intoxicated Aug. 3 at Madison and Weber streets, according to the complaint.
Festival patrons not sweet on dropping funnel cakes
YMCA volunteer Emma Czyznik, left, and associate executive director Sherri Baker wear their "I Love Meatballs" aprons Wednesday at the YMCA's food booth on opening day of the Venetian Festival in Lake Geneva. (Photo by Scott Williams/Regional News)By Scott Williams email@example.com
Four young girls accuse former Elkhorn man of sex assault
ELKHORNA former Elkhorn man is charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting multiple young girls he knew, according to a criminal complaint filed this week in Walworth County Court.Lynn C. Thompson, 75, now of the Bark River Campground in Jefferson, faces several child sexual assault charges in conne
Whitewater police look for man who sneaked under fence, wanted in connection to vandalism
The WPD is looking for your help to identify the individual in the video from 8-4-18The Whitewater Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the individual in the video who is wanted for questioning about a vandalism complaint from 08/04/18 around 12:30am. (The individual comes in a
Take Two: Delavan-Darien Schools Take up a Revised Referendum
"I think people didn't like the amount and that it lasted forever," said Dr. Jeff Scherer, School Board President.
Delavan-Darien approves $2.8 million November referendum
DELAVANDelavan-Darien School District residents will have the chance to vote on a four-year, $2.8 million operational referendum Nov. 6 after the school board approved the referendum resolution Monday night, just months after a $3.5 million referendum failed in April.In its current bid, the district
Burlington Police searching for suspects who stole $60,000 worth of smartphones from Walmart
According to police, three suspects entered the store in the early morning hours of August 13th and stole $60,000 worth of smartphones.
Remodeled movie theater complex plans Aug. 28 opening
Residents in the Lake Geneva area will not have to wait much longer to watch a movie in new luxurious surroundings.Emagine Geneva Lakes theater is set to open Aug. 28 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening at 2565 State Highway 120 in the town of Lyons,The new theater will start off with a
Parker finishes second at Elkhorn girls golf scramble event
It was all-for-one and one-for-all at Evergreen Golf Course in Elkhorn.The format suited the Janesville Parker High girls golf team just fine.Playing in the Elkhorn Scramble, the four Vikings golfers--Sophia Dooman, Ashlyn Burdick, Amelia Clarquist and Bria McDade--shot a 30-34--64 to take second pl
Dark store theory is a con
I am a developer in the city of Janesville and have worked on numerous projects over the last 25 years including the Kmart/Festival redevelopment, Oasis/Menards redevelopment, Castle Metals, Upper Lakes Foods, IPM Foods and ANGI Energy Systems to name a few. I read the editorial Aug. 4 about the dar
Two local police departments warning about IRS fraud scams
Police are reminding the public that the IRS will generally contact you via the US mail first and will never contact taxpayers by email, text messages, or social media channels to request personal or financial information. Authorities recommend always doing an internet search of a number to see if i
Lake Geneva moves trick-or-treat back to Sunday
On an emotional issue for parents and kids, Lake Geneva has decided to revert to Sunday afternoon hours for trick-or-treating at Halloween time.For the past two years, the city has conducted trick-or-treating on whatever day Halloween occurred — and during late-afternoon hours that stretched into ev
More charges filed in Beloit double shooting case
More HeadlinesCopyright 2018 by Channel 3000. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Man stole cash from Atwood Avenue restaurant, police sayPhoto via Beloit Police DepartmentMore charges filed in Beloit double shooting caseSubmittedWoman finds
Bryce wins Democratic primary to replace Ryan
MADISON, Wis. - Randy Bryce, a union ironworker known as "Iron Stache," has won the Democratic primary in the race to replace retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan.
14 Facts About The Beast Of Bray Road, The Creepiest ‘Animal’ You’ve Never Heard Of
The Beast of Bray Road is a Bigfoot-like cryptic. It stands on two legs and can resemble a bear (or in some cases, a wolf). It is very large, intelligent, and brown-grey in color.
Ryan aide wins GOP primary for House speaker's seat
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan's retirement creates an opening in his southeastern Wisconsin congressional district for the first time in 20 years, fueling hopes among Democrats that they can pick up the seat that leans Republican.But a former Ryan aide from a prominent family in his h
New owner of Janesville Sentry store chops staff in half
JANESVILLEThe former Daniels Sentry grocery store on Janesville’s east side will reopen later this week as an IGA supermarket, but with far fewer staff than had previously worked there, the new owner confirmed.The store’s new owner, Jeff Maurer, told The Gazette on Tuesday that about half of the 49
More charges against accused Beloit shooter
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Public record for Tuesday, Aug. 14
ArrestLAWRENCE M. CRENSHAW, 48, of 4236 Saratoga Drive, Janesville at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 400 block of Rockport Road, Janesville on charges of battery and strangulation and suffocation.
In November, it's Steil versus Bryce in race to replace Paul Ryan
Democrats are optimistic for their chances to pick up the southeast Wisconsin district that Ryan has represented for 20 years. But opponents argue that Bryce's past, which includes failing to pay child support and a 20-year-old drunken-driving arrest, makes him unreliable and unelectable.