1-4-17 WRJN News-730am

Fatalities up in Kenosha-Racine-Milwaukee Co’s in 2016; Kenosha PD Lieutenant discrimination settlement was $60K; Racine School Bd member Don Nielsen not on spring ballot.

1-4-17 WRJN News-530am

Kenosha PD officer allegedly punched doctor seeing his estranged wife; Burlington Council wants more talks with garbage disposal provider; One Racine aldermanic primary & a handful of contested April races.

1-3-17 WRJN News-405pm

Kenosha Police Office Charged After On-Duty New Year’s Altercation, Racine’s Newest Homeless Shelter Hosting 25 To 30 People, Holiday Changes Racine & Kenosha Council Meeting Dates

1-3-17 WRJN News-11am

Burlington aldermen to discuss city employee handbook; Kenosha Council’s Wednesday meeting includes rezoning for a large medical facility out west; New Kenosha Transit System fees in place.

1-3-17 WRJN News-730am

KPD officer remains in Racine Co jail for handling a personal problem while on duty; Burlington aldermen to discuss downtown parking & employee handbook; Medical complex on Kenosha Council Wednesday agenda.

1-3-17 WRJN News-530am

Dense fog in SE Wisconsin creates difficult driving in parts; Racine’s Belle Urban System to get a rebranding this spring; New Racine homeless shelter going well after 2-months operating.

12-30-16 WRJN News-405pm

Downtown Kenosha Standoff Ends With Man Found Dead In His Car, Wrong Way Driver Warnings To Be Shown On Milw. Co. Highway Message Boards, Kenosha’s Shalom Center Moving Ahead With Shelter Plans

12-30-16 WRJN News-1130am

Pepi’s operators to get married before doing Racine Splash N’ Dash; Safe Ride program available New Year’s eve in Racine & Kenosha; Tony Romo may get playing time for the Cowboys vs the Eagles Sunday.

12-30-16 WRJN News-730am

Man found dead vehicle following tactical standoff with Kenosha PD; New Bucks arena taking shape in Milwaukee but nothing on D-League team site; State DOT message boards in Milwaukee Co to also advise on wrong way drivers.

12-30-16 WRJN News-530am

Kenosha Co Sheriff says skeletal remains ID to be difficult; RUSD student learns federal law prevents sending unused school fruit to homeless shelters; Senator Wanggaard to continue chairing Senate panel on public safety.