Janesville community rallies together for a socially distant Halloween

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JANESVILLE, Wis. (WTVO) — This Halloween will be much different than in year’s past but that’s not stopping many parents across the Stateline from trying to make it memorable. We learned how kids in Janesville were able to get some treats from the comfort of their car.

Traxler Park kicked off Halloween festivities

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PS4 Games Loading Up To 10 Times Faster After Backward Compatibility Update

PS4 games are loading up faster following a recent backward compatibility update, giving players a taste of how they will perform on the PS5.

Some PlayStation 4 games are suddenly loading at a significantly faster rate after being updated to run on the upcoming PS5 with backward compatibility optimizations. While not as in-depth or far-reaching as the Xbox Series X’s more impressive catalog, the PlayStation 5’s previously vaunted backward compatibility

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When will your ballot be counted in the 2020 election? A look at what goes into the tallying process

Due to an anticipated record amount of mail-in voting this election season, combined with ballot counts that won’t start until Election Day in most states, election officials across the country could be overwhelmed in some cases.

Deadlines for receiving mail-in

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Report forecasts major small business job losses in Denver and beyond as winter chill sets in

The “Game of Thrones” tagline “winter is coming” is especially ominous for small businesses in this COVID-19 battered year.

A new report from online payroll and benefits platform Gusto predicts dire outcomes if more government relief funding is not made available to help businesses through the cold weather months.

The report, authored by Gusto economist Luke Pardue, outlines a scenario where retailers and leisure and hospitality businesses including restaurants hemorrhage

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Can any Confederate monuments in Kansas City area be moved?

Deemed a racist, developer J.C. Nichols’ name only months ago was stripped from the fountain on the Country Club Plaza he built.

Cast as a slaver responsible for the deaths of thousands of American Indians, Andrew Jackson’s statues may soon be razed from in front of the courthouses in the county that bears his name, if voters agree next week.

As Kansas City area officials seek ways to publicly recognize

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Survey shows support for community center | Western Colorado

A survey done to help Grand Junction develop its Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan shows strong support for a community center, but that the community has questions on how to fund it.

Pat O’Toole with Greenplay LLC, the consultant helping the city with the plan, presented the findings of a statistically significant survey to the City Council on Wednesday. Parks and Recreation Director Ken Sherbenou said the perspective

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