2-23-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine PD officers to get raises with contract re-opener; Caledonia Bd to decide next month on moving to create a new village hall; Racine REAL school students to learn about business in a WMC event.

2-22-16 WRJN News-405pm

Home Sales Up In SE WI Along With Median Prices, 2 Kenosha Man Charged With Arson For Paris Fires Last Week, 2 ATVs Break Through Thin Ice On Eagle Lake

2-22-16 WRJN News-730am

Kenosha’s Simmons Library closed for heating repairs; DNR planning controlled burns in Kenosha-Racine Co wildlife areas; Former Marriott on “20” to be Racine Architect Hotel for awhile.

2-22-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine PD investigate shots fired near a church on Albert Street; Potential new Caledonia village hall to be discussed tonight; Mt Pleasant PD schedule coyote meeting February 29th.

2-19-16 WRJN News-405pm

High Winds Blow Over Semis On I-94,  Winds Also Causing Power Outages Across The Region, Wisconsin Humane Society Plans To Build New Shelter In Mt. Pleasant

2-19-16 WRJN News-730am

Aquaponics greenhouse operation proposed in Mt Pleasant; Kenosha PD chief says officers in child deaths emotionally affected; Burlington man charged with faking a B&E to get drugs.

2-19-16 WRJN News-530am

Property damage with a Racine traffic incident this morning; Kenosha’s mayor calls out a critic on the streetcar project; Wisconsin Humane Society’s new Racine Co bldg planned for 2017.

2-18-16 WRJN News-405pm

2nd Food Delivery Driver Robbed On Olive St. In Racine, Barn Fire In Paris Thurs. Morning Called Suspicious, Voter Confusion About Racine Unified Voting District To Be Addressed

2-18-16 WRJN News-1030am

Racine CD Committee meets tonight on Racine Revitalization Partnership; Kenosha PD Chief credits community partnerships for lower crime rate; Some confusion about new RUSD board voting districts.

2-18-16 WRJN News-730am

Racine Unified & Racine Library teaming up on 1-card fits all access; DT Racine business owner complains about parking meters; Former Racine PD Chief James Carvino dies in Idaho.