11-18-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine Unified fails new state DPI report card & Kenosha Unified passes; Kenall Mfg donation to Gateway Promise Program; Mt Pleasant looking at updated administrator job description language.

WRJN News 11-17-16 405pm

State School Report Card Show RUSD “Failed To Meet Expections” Last Year, Senior Housing Unit Proposed Near Mt. Pleasant Evangelical Lutheran Church, Driver Seriously Injured In Roll Over Crash In Somers

11-17-16 WRJN News-11am

Traffic accident in Somers ejects driver with serious injuries; Milwaukee Bucks decision on D-League team city could be coming soon; Beers gardens in kenosha Co parks possible in 2017.

11-17-16 WRJN News-730am

Milwaukee Bucks decision on D-League team city could be coming soon; Mt Pleasant Plan group ok’s senior housing project; Kenosha budget & CIP approved without discussion.

11-17-16 WRJN News-530am

O&H Bakery campus expansion plans proceed in Mt Pleasant; Kenosha’s Dream Playground cleared to re-open after council ok to repair bill; Racine man facing more charged related to spring shooting at the Bray center.

WRJN News 11-16-16 405pm

Racine Co. Board Committees Recommend The Sale Of Ridgewood Care Center, Racine Aldermen Give Final Approvals To Veterns Tiny House Project, Kenosha Alderman Make No Changes To Proposed City Budget

11-16-16 WRJN News-11am

Kenosha Council to finalize 2017 budget with late afternoon meeting AND pay bill to open Dream Playground; Racine Co Bd final vote on Ridgewood Care Center’s recommended purchase is December 20th.

11-16-16 WRJN News-730am

Racine Council approves a lower value bonding refinancing affected by the election; Kenosha’s Dream playground could reopen Thursday; Racine Salvation Army kettle campaign is $290K.

11-16-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine Council approves 2017 budget & veterans housing ordinance; Racine Co Bd to consider sale of the Ridgewood Care Center for $10.5-million; Kenosha Council to finalize 2017 budget tonight.

WRJN News 11-15-16 405pm

Racine Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign Friday, Mt. Pleasant Board Adopts 2017 Budget, Effort To Protect College Ave. Street Bricks Under Review