WRJN News

3-9-17 WRJN News-1030am

Sturtevant Plan Commission meets on REAL School permit; Parkside & smaller UW campus could suffer with next state budget on facilities; James Popp named the new President of Johnson Bank.

3-9-17 WRJN News-730am

SUV into a tree at high speed on Racine’s SW side injures four; Kenosha jury convicts man for sexually assaulting & stealing from a senior citizen; Racine’s Vidian-Cheska Park to get review for expanded use.

3-9-17 WRJN News-530am

SE Wis municipal resources taxed to the max with responses to wind problems; Northside Racine group home proposal needs more work says Plan Commission; Kenosha Co Hwy-45 project meeting at 4-pm Bristol Municipal Bldg.

3-8-17-WRJN-News-405pm

High Winds Cause Power Problems, Damage Across The Area, Racine Aldermen Approve Study Of Proposed Downtown Events Center, Sturtevant Board Approves 2 Development Agreements

3-8-17 WRJN News-1030am

Last public meeting before 2018 reconstruction of Racine Co Hwy-MM; Racine Co Exec listening session 4-6-pm at Racine’s Chavez Center; Burlington holding tornado relief donation effort 3/10-11 at DPW for Ottawa-Illinois.

3-8-17 WRJN News-730am

I-94 Racine Co traffic crash with flipped tanker causes major morning commute headaches; Miller Park sales tax projected to end 2018-20; Racine Council approves 4-way stop against Traffic panel vote.

3-8-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine Council votes to fund arena study; Sturtevant Bd approves a pair of development agreements; Burlington aldermen appear ready to drop 1924 ordinance on dances & dance hall sites.

3-7-17-WRJN-News-405pm

RUSD Board Reviews Upcoming Facilities Projects, Kenosha Alderman Scales Back Police Body Cam Proposal, Caledonia Village Board Tells Governor Not To Divert I-94 Road Work Funding

3-7-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Council gets request to look close at city nuisance ordinance effectiveness; Racine’s Thoughts For Food gets over 2,000 lbs donated food; Federal budget cuts concern Mt Pleasant lake bluff erosion homeowners.

3-7-17 WRJN News-730am

Former west side Racine cinema site to become bank; North side Kenosha burglaries involved unlocked doors; Debbie Ford to stay Chancellor at UW-Parkside.