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The town is home to a Hormel Foods Corporation plant, and a Frito-Lay plant. Also located in Beloit is the largest can of chili in the entire world. Beloit claims to be the site of such inventions as the speedometer and "Korn Kurls." Korn Kurls, also known as cheese puffs which resemble today's cheetos, are believed to have been the founding of snack food industry.
Local Newspapers: Beliot Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Mustangs
Local Colleges: Beloit College
Zip Codes associated with beloit, wisconsin:
Towns/Cities near beloit, wisconsin : Clinton Janesville Rockton IL
Public record for Nov. 20, 2017
A flashlight and a radar detector were reported stolen from a vehicle. - BRUCE R. DIXON , 32, of 830 Harrison Ave., Beloit, misdemeanor hit and run, misdemeanor possession of THC and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, five days jail with Huber, $1,595.Woman dies after crash in Town of Beloit, crash causes power outage
A woman has died after a crash involving her pick-up truck and a semi-truck in the Town of Beloit Thursday. Police say it happened shortly after 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 213 and County Highway Q. The pick-up truck driver, 27-year-old Melissa Whitten from Orfordville was pronounced dead at the scene.Public record for Nov. 17, 2017
3, Janesville, misdemeanor operating while revoked, dismissed but read into court records. - CARLY M. MILLIS , 26, of 3532 Marvog Drive, Janesville, misdemeanor operate with restricted controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of THC and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, 90 days jail.Crash closes roads north of Beloit
Authorities are reporting road closures after a two-vehicle crash with at least one person pinned in a vehicle near Beloit. According to a Rock County 911 dispatcher, the crash occurred shortly after 5:30 p.m. Thursday at County Q and Highway 213, in the town of Beloit.Wisconsin DOT thanks first responders for keeping I-39/90 safe
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation thanked dozens of firefighters, police officers, state troopers and other first responders by holding an appreciation lunch and ceremony on Tuesday as part of the National Traffic Incident Response Week. "It's an understatement to say that our first responders work hard.Public Record for Nov. 14, 2017
JAMES A. NOWAK , 52, of 10304 N. County Line Road, town of Lima, at 10:32 a.m. Thursday at home on charges of assault and strangulation. --DEMETRIOUS D. BROADWATER , 48, of Chicago, at 4:28 p.m. Saturday at County G and Philhower Road, town of Turtle, on a charge of felony possession of marijuana.Fog, freezing fog, contribute to I-43 crashes
Freezing fog led to several crashes on northbound Interstate 43 between Beloit and Clinton on Monday morning, closing northbound lanes. The first crash was reported at 7:40 a.m., according to the state Department of Transportation's automated alert system.Traffic Alert: Multiple crashes on I-43 near Beloit
The Wisconsin State Patrol says the first happened around 7:05 a.m. in the northbound lanes at mile marker 3. All northbound lanes are blocked. Authorities say a vehicle rolled over and three people are hurt.Public record for Nov. 13, 2017
Janesville police say Miller was involved in a single-vehicle crash. - BATTERY AND ROBBERY at 1:46a.m. Sunday at 1300 S. Jackson St., Janesville.Wisconsin police among attendees for Rockford officer's memorial service
A police memorial service for him was followed by a nearly three-hour-long procession that snaked through the city. Our sister station WREX reports law enforcement professionals from the Beloit, Clinton, Janesville and Madison Police Departments, as well as staff from Rock County, attended.Beloit police, neighbors unhappy after sex offender moves in
Beloit police said a sex offender from La Crosse County moved into a home next to a child but because of a loophole in the law, he's legally allowed to live there. Police Chief David Zibolski said the Wisconsin Department of Health Services contacted police in early October about placing 41-year-old Steven Schuelke into a home at 2219 Euclid Avenue.Public record for Nov. 10, 2017
4, Janesville, misdemeanor disorderly conduct and misdemeanor criminal damage to property, three years probation. Charge of misdemeanor criminal trespass to dwelling was dismissed but read into court records.Cellphone app changing the way Janesville police solve crimes
A Parker High School student sent a photo of a gun via Snapchat last spring with the message: "Don't come to school tomorrow." Janesville police found out about it because of a new phone app that allows people to send crime tips instantly and anonymously.Field of 2018 Gubernatorial Democratic candidates proves sizable
It's no surprise the field of candidates for 2018's election continues to grow, but one party in particular has candidates busting from it's seams. The Democrats have twelve candidates right now with another seven being called "potential candidates", which includes Madison's Mayor Paul Soglin.Public Record for Nov. 7, 2017
SAMANTHA MARIE ESTEP , 25, of Twin Lakes, at 10:31 a.m. Monday at 100 N. Jackson St., Janesville, on a charge of second-degree recklessly endangering safety. --NIKOLAS B. GRAVES , 22, of 2317 E. Huebbe Parkway, town of Turtle, at 9:25 p.m. Friday at South Creek Road and East Huebbe Parkway, town of Turtle.More
Monday marks the start to the first-ever Wisconsin Startup Week, to empower and educate aspiring business owners across the state. It's an effort by organizations all over Wisconsin to spread the wealth of entrepreneurial knowledge.Good Samaritan donates bike to victim of burglary
Thais Parkinson's home was burglarized during Labor Day Weekend. Her three-wheeled bicycle, which she used often to get around town, was stolen out of her home garage on Oak Street.Roger D. Pitterle, Beloit, WI
He was born August 7, 1945 in Hustisford, WI, the son of Robert and Ruth Pitterle. Roger was a 1963 graduate of Whitewater High School and enlisted in the U.S. Navy serving 3 years stationed in Cuba at Gitmo.Police search for suspect who stole donation jar in Beloit
Police are looking for help identifying a man they say stole a donation jar for the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. According to Beloit police, the man pictured at right was seen taking the jar off the counter at the Speedway at Liberty and 4th in Beloit around 9 p.m. Sunday, October 29. Police have just released a new image of his vehicle, which is believed to be a lighter-colored Dodge, possibly an Avenger.Man steals Children's Hospital of Wisconsin donation jar from Speedway, officials say
A man stole a Children's Hospital of Wisconsin donation jar off of the counter at a Speedway convenience store Sunday, officials said. The Beloit Police Department is looking for the white man, who was wearing a red hooded sweatshirt.
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