WRJN News

9-4-15 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia man pleads not guilty in fatality case; Flaming pile of trash dumped on Racine street by private hauler for Fire department to put out; Most state construction zones to suspend operations at noon thru Monday for

9-4-15 WRJN News-530am

2 children die in Milwaukee house fire overnight; U-S Senator Tammy Baldwin tours Racine’s Machinery Row site along Root River ; New $43-million Carthage Science Center ready for classes next week.

9-3-15 WRJN News-405pm

Gov. Walker Places Blame For Recent Police Shootings On Pres. Obama, Man Charges After Accident That Killed Caledonia Teen In Aug. Pleads Not Guilty, Officials Gather On Racine’s Lakefront To Recognize Revitalization

9-3-15 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Co lawsuit against the city over joint dispatch staffing not indicative of overall relationship per County Executive; Resurfacing 39th Ave from 45th to 52nd Street in Kenosha delayed until next spring/summer by Water Utility work.

9-3-15 WRJN News-730am

Racine Co files suit against the city over dispute about payment for joint dispatch staff levels;  Kenosha PD makes an arrest in a series of recent south side robberies; Racine library consideration of a site in the

9-3-15 WRJN News-530am

Racine lakefront project coordination recognized  by local-state-federal officials; Evacuation for a time in Kenosha with a broken gas line;  August was deadly on Wisconsin Roads as the Labor Day weekend approaches.

9-2-15 WRJN News-405pm

Big Turnout At State Capitol Hearing On Bills To Block Funding For Planned Parenthood, Racine Aldermen To Continue Discussion Of Sidewalk Fee Proposal, Sturtevant Gas Station Burglarized 2 Days After Robbery

9-2-15 WRJN News-1030am

City-County partnerships being recognized on Racine lakefront projects; Roger Clark is Kenosha’s Labor Person Of The Year, Racine to announce on Monday; Wisconsin farmland values down in latest fed report.

9-2-15 WRJN News-730am

Racine aldermen to hold another meeting on proposed sidewalk maintenance fee; Kenosha officials testify at Madison hearing on hot car break-in immunity bill; $100K damage in Racine condo fire.

9-2-15 WRJN News-530am

Mayor breaks tie vote against reconsidering CVS rezoning vote; Kenosha Unified to continue looking at gym credit for student athletes; Sturtevant PD investigates burglary to gas station that was robbed a few days earlier.