9-6-17 WRJN News-730am

Big crowd for DACA rally & march in Racine; Burlington’s new pool groundbreaking same week as old pool demolition starts; Racine aldermen support amended bulky waste collection plan.

9-6-17 WRJN News-530am

RAMAC endorses Hargrove for Mayor; Burlington Council likely to hold special meeting on dispatch future; Kenosha man wants County Bd to seek investigation of his son’s shooting death by KPD 13-yrs ago.


“Dreamers” Address Racine’s Laborfest Crowd & Are Marching In Downtown Racine This Evening, Fire Destroys A Vacant Downtown Kenosha Home, Early Voting Starts For Racine’s Special Mayoral Election

9-5-17 WRJN News-1030am

2-weeks ’til Racine special Mayoral primary election for picking 2 of 6 candidates; Racine aldermen talking closed door tonite (9/5) on water capacity issue; Burlington School District survey on Karcher school.

9-5-17 WRJN News-730am

New Racine garbage carts are a 6-month “trial for size;” A dozen people displaced by Monday afternoon Kenosha fire; Burlington residents asked about the future of Karcher Middle School.

9-5-17 WRJN News-530am

Fire ravaged Kenosha-owned home torn down before sunrise; Burlington pool groundbreaking this (9/5) morning; Racine Labor Fest includes students in DACA calling for a safe zone resolution from RUSD Bd.

9-1-17 WRJN News-1030am

Kenosha judge reinstates Mark Jensen’s murder conviction; Carthage college hosting 9/22 event on child abduction/exploitation featuring Elizabeth Smart; RUSD could file suit to stop state OSPP.

9-1-17 WRJN News-730am

Carthage grad among every day citizens helping Houston flood victims; New Burlington pool groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday (9/5) morning; Racine member of Outlaws Motorcycle Club sentenced to prison.

9-1-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine Zoo offers new informational phone app when you visit; Kenosha woman pleads not guilty in Racine senior’s purse snatching; SC Johnson Integrated Science Lab ceremony at UW-Parkside.


Carthage Grad Helping People In Houston, Body Found In Racine Co. Wed. That Of Missing Milwaukee Woman, RUSD Board Members Meet To Discuss Possible State Intervention In The District