Most Janesville residents would have no problem going to vote in a church. But what if that house of worship were a mosque?
As a frequent bicycler, I took notice of two recent reports on bicycling fatalities.
As the owner of a little dog, I take notice whenever stories emerge about dog attacks, be they in Monroe or Janesville.
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry discuss the start of the University of Wisconsin football season and Week 3 of high school football in this week's episode of Xtra Points.
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and writer John Barry are back talking football again, and this week they sort out the Week 2 matchup between Parker and Craig.
The high school football season is upon us.
Paul Ryan's poverty plan, a fiery crash and a local school controversy are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A father-son golfing duo, a big week in restaurant news and advice from a state trooper are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Firework sales, bloodsucking bugs and a popular play are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Dave reviews the IndyCar season finale at Sonoma Raceway, which saw Scott Dixon take the championship by surprise.
Dave looks at IndyCar's season finale, which will be held with heavy hearts after the death of driver Justin Wilson.
Dave looks at how being a race fan can come with a cost.
This quick-and-dirty clamp mount keeps a pencil sharpener firmly affixed to a desk. The design could easily be modified for other uses, DIY columnist Andrew Reuter writes.
It's an old story: Buy new car. Spill Mountain Dew on seat. Lament, rinse, repeat. But DIY columnist Nick Crow has a secret weapon in the fight against stains.
Camera shoulder rigs can cost thousands of dollars. This one cost less than $50—and was made out of a tree branch.
"Gears of War: Ultimate Edition" has reignited video game columnist Jake Magee's love of online multiplayer.
Whether you're playing "Gears of War" for the first time or the 10th, “Ultimate Edition” is worth your time, video game columnist Jake Magee writes.
Launching within the next few months are several games under myriad titles that are worthy of your time, attention and hard-earned cash. Because it can be hard to decide which ones you should tackle first, here are eight games that likely merit immediate...
Have items in your garden that just keep coming? Here are some ways to use them up from food columnist Andrea Anderson.
"What happened to Scott Walker?" That headline from the Washington Post grabbed John W. Eyster's attention. He's betting it will grab yours, too.
Community columnist John W. Eyster offers a roundup of opinions on the Virgina TV reporter shootings.
As Rock County experiences a rising need for foster parents, community columnist John W. Eyster again finds himself a foster father.
Local birds are getting ready for a long journey.
This week on Glen Loyd videos: Some spectacular closeups of flying creatures.
Videographer Glen Loyd shares video of some late season baby ducks on the Rock River.
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Follow these tips to avoid wasting time pulling weeds.
Guest garden columnist Patrea Wilson offers some tips and tricks for growing elephant ears, one of the oldest cultivated crops on Earth.
How do you support your tomatoes? Garden columnist Janice Peterson offers three methods, including one you might not have heard of.
Poultry expert Dale Wheelock goes live on air to set the record straight on backyard chickens.
When the average person is at a poultry show and looks at the birds they think, "Those are birds, alright." But there's much more to it than that, poultry columnist Dale Wheelock writes.
Dale ends up with egg on his face after changing the feed for his chickens.