Early Morning Storm Causes Damage Across Racine County, Kwik Trip Planning New Store On Hwy 20 In Mt. Pleasant, Kenosha Council Approves Additional Loan For Former YMCA Redevelopment Project

4-20-17 WRJN News-1030am

Cleanup continues across SE Wisconsin from overnight storms that caused power problems, uprooted trees, closed roads, and scattered debris in all directions…during Tornado & Severe Wx Awareness Week.

4-20-17 WRJN News-730am

Groundbreaking on the Paul P Harris Rotary park stage project; Kenosha’s First Step homeless shelter to close by May 1st vs go thru license hearing; Mt Pleasant Kwik Trip project ok’d for ex-car dealership.

4-20-17 WRJN News-530am

Quick & severe storms hit SE Wis leading to thousands w/out power & many downed trees; Convicted Racine Co sex offender to be released in Monroe Co; Kenosha Plan Commissioners to tour 2-dozen development sites.


Convicted Sex Offender From Racine Co. – Subject Of Court Fight – To Be Placed In Monroe County, Dennis Wiser To Remain Racine Council President, New Leadership In Sturtevant

4-19-17 WRJN News-1030am

Recent old medication collection in Racine Co proved very successful; Congressman Ryan being urged by Common Cause to support independent review of Russia & U-S elections.

4-19-17 WRJN News-730am

Burlington’s mayor leads list of priorities with economic development; Sturtevant honors outgoing President Jansen; Racine’s newest aldermen urges new colleagues to talk with constituents.

4-19-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine Alderman Wiser gets 3rd straight term as Council President; Kenosha Co Bd rejects resolution supporting court action on state legislative maps; Lots of pro & con response to the President’s Kenosha visit.


President Trump Discusses American Jobs At Kenosha’s Snap-on, Hundreds Protested The President’s Visit To Kenosha, New Mt. Pleasant President Appoints Banker To Vacant Trustee Seat

4-18-17 WRJN News-1030am

Rezoning hearing of Racine Library Bd land tonite for MP housing project; Racine Council President vote looms big tonight; Pleasant Prairie’s original sex offender ordinance ruled unconstitutional by fed judge.