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BELOIT — Police have stepped up traffic enforcement in school zones following an increasing number of complaints.

Two officers were assigned to Todd Elementary School on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015 to encourage compliance with parking rules and to prevent parents from blocking driveways, according to a post on the department’s Facebook page.

STATELINE NEWS -- Michael Cleinmark leafed through a well-worn scrapbook where he keeps a Beloit Daily News front page from Oct. 22, 1949, with a photograph of his home being delivered by a specially designed truck.

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Photos: Lustron home living

Lustron homes, made of square enameled steel panels — known as Lustron for its “luster on steel” — were the brainchild of Illinois inventor Carl Strandlund.

MESSENGER -- More resources means more opportunities, and that means more young people are starting their own businesses.

Young entrepreneurs are getting their feet wet at "break-neck speed," according to David Gee of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Gee is a lecturer in entrepreneurship and the co-director of the UW-Whitewater Launch Pad program, which helps people under 30 start a business.

BELOIT— Beloit police are continuing their investigation two separate incidents early Monday.

BELOIT -- Beloit officials want to fire their two top police leaders, but both men have vowed to fight what they call politically motivated charges.

The final decision on the fate of Chief Norm Jacobs and Deputy Chief Tom Dunkin, who were placed on administrative leave June 16 by City Manager Lori Curtis Luther, lies with the six-member Beloit Police and Fire Commission.

Special coverage of the Beloit Police Department begins HERE

Feb. 24, 2015: City council hires consultant to study police department management
June 3, 2015: Lori Curtis Luther takes over as Beloit city manager from Larry Arft, who retired.
June 16, 2015: Police Chief Norm Jacobs and Deputy Chief Tom Dunkin placed on administrative leave.
Oct. 8, 2015: Jacobs and Dunkin notified Luther will seek to have them removed.
Oct. 13, 2015: Luther announces allegations to be forwarded to the Beloit Police and Fire Commission
Oct. 26, 2015: First scheduled meeting of the Beloit Police and Fire Commission.

Editor's note: This is an updated version of a story first published Monday, Oct. 12, 2015

BELOIT -- Although public’s focus has been on the fate of Police Chief Norm Jacobs and Deputy Chief Tim Dunkin, a quite transformation in culture has been taking place during the past 120 days, according to interim Police Chief Dave Zibolski.

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.



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