STATELINE NEWS -- A man was shot and killed in Beloit on Sunday. Police say they don’t believe it was a random act.
Update: The Light Up the Parks Holiday Parade has been rescheduled due to the weather forecast. The 2014 parade will be held Nov. 30. The story has been updated below.
With Thanksgiving on Thursday, the holiday season begins in earnest. For many of us, that means long shopping trips to load up on gifts, but it doesn’t all have to be all work and no play.
There is no better way to ring in the holiday season than to get out and experience the great seasonal events going on throughout the Stateline. Yes, meteorologists agree it will be cold, but this time of year relies on the warmth of family, community and hot chocolate. These things can be found in abundance at our top five holiday events this year.
STATELINE NEWS -- A 19-year-old Beloit woman told Rock County Sheriff's deputies she was attacked Tuesday on Eau Claire Road south of Janesville and investigators now are seeking the unknown assailant.
More photos by Sharon Wisen and Richard Rifenbery are on the Town of Beloit Fire Department Facebook page.
TOWN OF BELOIT -- Students at Beloit Turner High School and Middle School were released on time Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 after being on lockdown for about an hour during the afternoon.
BELOIT -- More than 1 million Germans celebrated the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall last Sunday, marking the symbolic end of the long Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The wall, built in 1961 at the height of the Cold War, divided Berlin until coming down Nov. 9, 1989, paving the way for German reunification a year later.
Americans love an office pool. In our newsroom, we’ve been debating which way the winds of Congress will blow after the Republican drubbing of Democrats in the midterm elections of two weeks ago.
MACHESNEY PARK -- Investigators believe a faulty engine block heater was the cause of a fire Nov. 11, 2014 that destroyed a truck and damaged two adjacent buildings.
(More photos by Sheryl Drost HERE.)
WALWORTH COUNTY SUNDAY -- Bill McCoy is happy to report that Delavan-area Salvation Army bell ringers raised $8,000 more in 2013 than they did in 2012.