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Founded in 1853, Janesville was named for early settler Henry Janes. The city is home to what is said to be the world's tallest peace pole, measuring 52 feet in height. Twenty percent of Wisconsin's buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places are located in Janesville. Janesville is known as Wisconsin's city of parks because of its extensive park system that includes 53 parks as well as golf courses, nature trails and boat launches.

Population: 59498
Local Newspapers: Janesville Gazette Beloit Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Janesville Jets (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Rock County

Zip Codes associated with janesville, wisconsin: 53545 53546
Towns/Cities near janesville, wisconsin : Edgerton Milton Footville Beloit Clinton Whitewater Evansville

Janesville News
Marine stabbed to death; fellow Marine in custody

JANESVILLE, WI The Navy is investigating after a Marine recruit was found stabbed to death, allegedly following a fight with another Marine, during training at Camp Pendleton. First responders were called to the base camp near San Diego around 7:45 a.m. on Tuesday, following reports of an injured person.

Humane Society holds listening session to hear input on new shelter

The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is looking for input from the community about the design of a new shelter. "This existing facility has outlived its usefulness," said Brett Frazier, the Humane Society's executive director.

Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings

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Boxing out Parkinson's: A new program will help those fighting a debilitating disease

Rock Steady Boxing coaches Doug Anderson and Connie Udell demonstrate the Rock Steady Boxing exercise program that is designed to help participants with Parkinson's disease improve their quality of life. The program will be coming to Beloit's Grinnell Hall Senior Center starting Feb. 6. Tim Scholten hits the mitts of the Rock Steady Coach Doug Anderson as they demonstrate sparring during an introduction to the Rock Steady Boxing exercise program that's designed to challenge Parkinson's disease.

Inside the global race to deliver a vital radioactive isotope used to detect cancer

JANESVILLE, Wis. >> In a cornfield here, past the shuttered General Motors plant and the Janesville Terrace trailer home park, a facility not seen in the United States in three decades could soon rise: a manufacturing plant that will make a vital radioactive isotope used to detect cancer and other potentially fatal maladies in millions of people every year.

Democrat Randy Bryce raises $1.2 million over 3 months

Democrat Randy Bryce has raised $1.2 million over the last three months of 2017 in his run against Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan. Another Democrat in the race, Janesville school board member Cathy Myers, raised just short of $183,000 and had $107,000 cash on hand.

Charge in Janesville gun incident is misdemeanor

A Janesville man arrested Monday on a felony charge in a firearm incident now faces a lesser charge in Rock County Court. Janesville police arrested Eloy N. Bello Vega, 23, of 3235 Randolph Road, Janesville, on a charge of second-degree recklessly endangering safety, but the district attorney's office on Tuesday issued only a misdemeanor charge of pointing a firearm at another.

Janesville Multicultural Teacher Scholarship Fund accepting applications

The fund, a component of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, offers college scholarships to students of color who are pursuing careers in education. Applicants must be identified as black, Asian, Latino or Native American.

Kids, parents take advantage of rare, snowy Monday

Elinor Braun, 5, races her father, Josh Braun, down the hill while sledding Monday near Palmer Park in Janesville. A low pressure system dropped about 5 inches of snow on Janesville from Sunday afternoon through Monday, accounting for the largest snowfall so far this winter.

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A nationwide flu epidemic has hospitals scrambling to stock essential supplies people need to get healthy, which are already in short supply. Hospitals like SSM Health St. Mary's in Janesville go through cases of saline IV bags every week to keep people hydrated when they're sick.

Public record for Jan. 16, 2018

BURGLARY reported at 12:45 p.m. Friday in the 6200 block of South Highway 51, town of Rock. Two high-definition TVs and a surround-sound system totaling more than $2,000 were reported stolen from a trailer.

Rock County committee rejects censure of sheriff

A Rock County Board committee voted unanimously Monday to reject a resolution that would censure the sheriff, but the matter might still reach the full county board. "I don't like the politics of it," said Terry Fell, a member of the public safety and justice committee, as he commented before the vote in a meeting at the county courthouse.

Snow emergencies for area communities

Clinton: From 10 p.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16. No parking is allowed on village streets during the emergency. 24-hour parking is available in the municipal parking lot in the 200 block of Mill Street.

Race to supply lifesaving radioisotope

Engineers gear up for production of Molybdenum-99, a lifesaving radioisotope, at a Shine Medical Technologies research lab in Marona, Wis. In a daily global race, suppliers seek to deliver to U.S. hospitals cancer-fighting isotopes that disappear hour by hour.

Number of IV bags gets smaller as flu cases remain on the rise

A nationwide shortage of IV bags is a concern for some area hospitals as flu cases ramp up in the Janesville area. SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-Janesville started seeing shortages of IV bags after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, said Brenda Klahn, infection specialist at the hospital.

Janesville couple stay connected during husband's 10th deployment

The Baker family sits around their kitchen island following an evening ice cream snack on Wednesday, Jan. 10. The time spent together isn't taken for granted for a family who's father and husband has taken 10 overseas tours of duty since joining the army in 2003. Dustin Baker checks over the answer in his daughter Georgette's homework the children play around him Wednesday evening at their Janesville home.

Bremel: Which vision will prevail for Janesville?

As the host of a community radio program, I'm often frustrated by the polarized nature of today's society, especially when it permeates local communities like Janesville. In the passion for their ideals, backers of each of the two visions of the downtown ARISE initiative are in danger of escalating their disagreements into a dysfunctional mess.

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