On Lawyer: Edgerton police going too far by redacting ID info from reports
Online headline changed from "Lawyer: Edgerton police violating open records laws" to "Lawyer: Edgerton police going too far by redacting ID info from reports"
Incidentally, editors, not reporters, generally write story headlines. In this case, I, a reporter, took it upon myself to rewrite the headline, and change it from the initial headline, which I did not write.
Neil Johnson, reporterThe Gazette
Imthinkn: From the story: "Some departments, Janesville and Milton police included, are not removing personal information from official reports."
On Edgerton police have arrested _____. Wait. Who?
Carlito: you would be implicating this reporter in a serious crime by proxy :) I'm glad you recognize one of the many problems this policy will cause...
Hooters: Forthcoming complete Gazette story answers your question: The department could "opt" to release non-redacted police records to families of those in accidents or their insurance companies, Police Chief Tom Klubertanz indicated.
On Janesville economic director faced choice: Resign or be fired
What did this guy do (or not do) that was unacceptable?
On BREAKING: Residents suing town of Milton over Traynor gravel pit permit
Concernedwi: The term "breaking" can be applied to any crucial, major or impactful development in a news item that a media entity has been following or reporting on. The Gazette has followed the developments in the controversial Traynor gravel pit plan for well over a year, and reporters here have chronicled the story as it unfolds in more detail than any other media outlet. A lawsuit contesting the plan is major, incremental news in a developing story. Hence, breaking news. So, you're wrong in your assessment. Sorry.
On A new machine to fight park geese
Whoever painted that thing has a twisted sense of humor.
On Rock River crests, expected to fall over next several days
ImJustSayin': Ray's coyotes are well above the flood line. They're sitting pretty out at Traxler.
On Milton picks six finalists for superintendent
Actually, WisconsinResident, Milton Middle School Principal Tim Schigur lives in Stoughton, and Curriculum Director Randy Bartels lives in Janesville.
On What's going on here? Coyote decoys guarding Traxler Park
At first I thought they were dog cutouts, and that they were a public art demonstration by locals who want the city to allow dogs in public parks year-round.
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