7-11-17 WRJN News-530am

Kenosha’s mayor says infrastructure changes will address flooding like Monday morning; Mt Pleasant’s search for an administrator is back on; Racine will settle a lawsuit involving a police officer and a student.


Racine Mayor John Dickert Will Resign On Sunday, Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian Says Work Already Underway To Deal With Areas That Flood, Kenosha Council Committee To Debate Fire Pits

7-10-17 WRJN News-930am

Racine Mayor Dickert to leave office the morning of July 17th with Council President Wiser taking the oath of office; Significant flooding problems in Kenosha from intense morning storms.

7-10-17 WRJN News-730am

Unattended candle leads to fire that destroys upper level of Kenosha home; Mt Pleasant Bd agenda includes another try at filling trustee position; Racine Co’s “The Vibe” to launch July 19th.

7-10-17 WRJN News-530am

Several flooded Kenosha streets & intersections with morning storms; Racine’s White Box program may get a sunset provision; Gateway stands ready to help supply Foxconn if worker demand goes up.


Yankovich Drops Out Of 1st Congressional District Race – Endorses Bryce, Sears Announces Kenosha Store Will Close, Racine Aldermen Reject Call For Event Center Referendum

7-7-17 WRJN News-1030am

Kenosha Co man’s drug-related death under investigation by Milwaukee PD; Jail-supervision-community service for Racine man in 2015 fatal crash; Racine’s 4th Fest Parade on Belle TV 3-pm Saturday & 1-pm Monday.

7-7-17 WRJN News-730am

Mr Racine Mark Eickhorst being remembered after his passing; Former Nelson’s store in West Racine may not include a restaurant with renovation; No rezoning referendum in Somers for Islamic temple proposal.

7-7-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine aldermen support continued work on proposed event center but reject referendum; One man killed in Racine Co 2-vehicle crash; Early morning storms down trees & cause power problems.

7-6-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Council Committee of the Whole again on the proposed arena; Wisconsin among the states with the most unemployment claim reductions last week; SE Wis health dept’s warning about ticks.