4-28-16 WRJN News-530am

No rezoning change for proposed Racine CVS site going back to Council; Kenosha mental health services likely to be 2017 budgeted; Caledonia Bd hears lots of negative to water-sewer assessments.

4-27-16 WRJN News-405pm

Fire Displaces Residents Of 8 Unit Apartment Building In Racine, Emergency Repairs To Start Thurs. AM On Burlington Rail Crossing, CUP For New Caledonia Village Complex Approved By Plan Comm.

4-27-16 WRJN News-11am

Fire displaces residents of 8-unit Racine apartment building; Racine Plan Commission revisits CVS rezoning & potential public hearing;Pleasant Prairie to host “Loyalty Day” activities Saturday.

4-27-16 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia village hall project supported by planning group; Speeding problems in Mt Pleasant getting more attention; Pike River restoration celebrated in Mount Pleasant.

4-27-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine Co DA will not seek re-election; Caledonia accident last week turns into a fatality; Park HS student charged for bringing a knife to fight another girl.

4-26-16 WRJN News-405pm

Racine DA Chiapete Announces He Won’t Seek Reelection, Kenosha’s New Mayor Says There Are Many Challenges To Moving The City Forward, New Sturtevant Trustee Named

4-26-16 WRJN News-11am

Kenosha’s new mayor working toward economic development research facility; House speaker Ryan comments little on bathroom bill debate; WE Energies falcoln cam is up & running at the Milwaukee plant site.

4-26-16 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia Plan Commission to consider permit to build new village complex; Kenosha’s fire chief to retire mid-July; House Speaker Ryan says bathroom bill issues are local/state matters.

4-26-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine PD arrest shooting suspect; Mt Pleasant Bd rejects grant application for a Pike River pathway project; Kenosha school board gets an earful on transgender students & bathrooms/locker rooms.

4-25-16 WRJN News-405pm

Severe Thunderstorm Watch In Effect Until 10pm For All Of SE WI, Kenosha Fire Chief John Thomsen Announces His Retirement, GTC Awarded $100,000 Grant For Scholarships