6-21-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Co considering contract for jail space with DOJ; “Might Flame” proposed in Racine’s Olsen Industrial Park; July 2nd fundraiser at Roma Lodge Noon-6 pm for Mark Eickhorst.

6-21-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine In-Sink-Erator worker injured in early morning accident; Kenosha PD confirm probe of sexual assault attempt; Racine Co & DOJ talking contract for jail space.

6-21-17 WRJN News-530am

Proposed Racine arena/hotel study results ahead of financials next week to aldermen; Sturtevant Bd fills trustee position in 1-vote; Kenosha’s Kennedy Drive closing hours to stay the same.


Caledonia Could Also Be In The Hunt For Huge Industrial Development, Racine Man Dies From Injuries Suffered In Somers Accident Monday, Feral Cat Ordinance Adopted By Kenosha Council

6-20-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine’s north side Wild Root Market on the verge of council ok; Mt Pleasant Packers fan suing “Da Bears” over visitor dress policy; Kenosha Co deputies vs Packers legends 6/24 5-pm at Indian Trail HS in b-ball.

6-20-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine Council to decide 9/18 to launch garbage cart collection service; Sturtevant looking to sell former fire station building; Racine Co supervisors meeting in secret again..believed on Taiwan company opportunity.

6-20-17 WRJN News-530am

State legislation affecting existing referendums could impact RUSD budget; Kenosha Council ok’s feral cat ordinance after 2-hrs of debate; Burlington Council to name community pool manager.


Racine Police Identify The Victim’s Of Saturday’s Fatal Crash, Sales Of Existing Homes Locally Were Up In May, Kenosha Council To Again Debate Feral Car Catch & Release Proposal

6-19-17 WRJN News-1030am

Wis Notice of Suspension cards about voting should be dealt with ASAP; Kenosha’s Kennedy Drive hours proposal up before aldermen; Racine Health Dept gets extra state $$ on Bio-Terrorism planning.

6-19-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine Park & Rec Bd to tour city facilities in July; Kenosha Council to again take up proposed feral cat ordinance; Racine Co Bd to consider proposed comprehensive facilities plan.