BELOIT -- The Beloit city manager intends to have the police chief and deputy chief fired, according to a joint news release from attorneys representing the two men.
BELOIT -- Although much has been made of the gun violence that peaked in Beloit during the summer of 2014, a quite transformation in culture has been taking place during the past 120 days, according to interim Police Chief Dave Zobelski.
The Beloit Police Department has undertaken several rounds of hiring for patrol officers this year, but officials hope changes in the process will lead to greater diversity in the force.
Interim police chief David Zibolski said he has revamped the recruitment and assessment team in an effort to add diversity to the department.
The super PAC supporting Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s White House campaign received a quarter of its donations in the last reporting period from Diane Hendricks, chairwoman of Beloit-based ABC Supply Corp.
MESSENGER -- Members of Janesville's under-age-10 Cal Ripken Division team and under-age-13 Babe Ruth team were honored Monday, July 27, 2015 with a fire truck procession that began at Bessie the Cow. The teams qualified for the Babe Ruth World series after winning their respective regional titles Sunday, July 26, 2015. Janesville 10U begins play Aug. 8, 2015 in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Janesville 13U begins play Aug. 15 in Jamestown, New York.
JANESVILLE -- The Janesville Craig baseball team clinched a trip to the Division 1 WIAA state baseball tournament with a 10-0 section victory June 10, 2015 over Verona Area High School.
Memorial Day weekend is the first big holiday of the summer --and a precursor of things to come. The Young At Heart Festival is held this weekend in Loves Park. The event’s musical lineup is bound to get you revved up for the rest of summer.
Don't feel bad if you don't understand the controversy surrounding a proposed trade deal with Europe and Asia. Usually, you can give politicians credit for simplifying even the most complex issues into something average citizens, and even journalists, can understand.
After Rep. Paul Ryan was named Mitt Romney's running mate in the 2012 presidential election, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely candidate in 2016, had a few words of advice for his fellow Wisconsinite.