WRJN News

WRJN New 6-7-16 405pm

Caledonia Village Brd. Approves New Comprehensive Plan, Kenosha Continues To Withhold Payment For Cracked Velodrome, Town of Norway Dealing With Stolen Stop Signs

6-7-16 WRJN News-1030am

Burlington aldermen to discuss employee compensation study; Town of Norway wants stolen STOP signs back..no questions asked; Kenosha woman jailed for stabbing boyfriend in the back..literally.

6-7-16 WRJN News-730am

Erosion meeting for Lake Michigan home owners at Mt Pleasant hall tonite; Kenosha council ok’s purchase of former Barden’s downtown; Caledonia Bd ok’s orinance changes about zoning & planning.

6-7-16 WRJN News-530am

Caledonia board ok’s industrial park developer’s agreement; Pleasant Prairie PD investigate carjacking from Premium Outlets mall; Kenosha Council again delays final payment on velodrome work due to surface cracks.

WRJN News 6-6-26 405pm

Racine Bar Owners Want Overnight Parking Restrictions Eased, Daylight Carjacking Reported At Prime Outlets, 1 Of Oldest Rhinos In U.S. Dies At Madison Zoo

6-6-16 WRJN News-11am

Kenosha PD identify body of man in Pike Creek as a local resident; Fundraising efforts to help the Racine family of a toddler mauled by a family dog; WE Energies repairing the final outages from Sunday’s storm.

6-6-16 WRJN News-730am

Kenosha PD invesitgates birthday party fights at Kemper Center; Caledonia Bd to consider changing ordinances on planning; Kenosha Council to consider buying the old Barden’s buildng.

6-6-16 WRJN News-530am

SE Wis recovering from storms that knocked out power to some 30-thousand WE Energies customers; Some MSOE students help Racine’s Water Utility communicate with the hispanic community. DOT says watch for deer.

WRJN News 6-3-16 405pm

Racine Child Seriously Injured By Family Dog, Bristol Man Serious Injured In Tractor Accident, Meeting Scheduled For Those Affected By Severe Erosion Along Lake Michigan Shoreline

6-3-16 WRJN News-11am

Kenosha Co man hurt when a tractor slipped out of gear & ran him over; UW-Parkside Emeritus English Professor Stella Gray dies in Maine; Racine’s College Ave brick saving plan on sewer project supported.