5-9-17 WRJN News-1030am

Brent Moss drug sentencing delayed to 5/15 because of reported drug use; Somers Plan Commission delays vote on Islamic Mosque; Holy Cow Beer Festival 8/26 at Caledonia Mt Pleasant Park.

5-9-17 WRJN News-805am

WE Energies work at Ohio & Republic linked to gas smell check out by Racine FD; Somers Plan Commission delays hearing on concrete crushing facility until June; Racine Assessor salary may be raised.

5-917 WRJN News-530am

Mt Pleasant Bd still can’t fill a vacant trustee; Kenosha looks to amend sex offender residency rules; Homicide victim’s name is the only new information from Sunday’s Racine homicide.


Area Democratic Legislators Hold Budget Listening Session, Somers Plan Comm. Expected To Defer Action On Concrete Crushing Facility, We Energies Falcon Cams Are In Operation

5-8-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine’s Memorial Dr bridge to close May 15 to September 15th for renovation; State Assembly panel at Racine’s Los Mariachi’s 1-5 pm on May 18th; Kenosha’s mayor urges people to support dark stores bill.

5-8-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine man shot Sunday night on N. Memorial Dr and died at the hospital; Kenosha PD seeking robbery suspect with a 9-millimeter; Racine Co group starts disaster training at FEMA’s site in Maryland.


Kenosha Co. Sheriff Again Protesting Proposed Placement Of Out-of-County Sex Offenders, He Proposed In The School Where They Attended Kindergarten & She Said Yes, Kiwanis Pancake Day Tomorrow

5-5-17 WRJN News-1030am

RCEDC 34th anniversary looks at immediate future needs; Racine Co Emergency Management training exercise to include recovery phase; WRJN studio tours Saturday (5/6) 9-am to 3-pm for Open House Racine County.

5-5-17 WRJN News-730am

Health care bill protesters gather at Speaker Ryan’s Racine office; Kenosha man facing bail jumping charges after fleeing other charges 9-months ago; New human trafficking education effort along I-94 in SE Wisconsin.

5-5-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine man pleads guilty in 2015 traffic-related homicide; Racine PD asking home & business owners to sign up their security cameras for crime fighting; Kenosha’s Snap-On makes another tool company purchase.