1-28-16 WRJN News-1030am

Klappa to retire May 1 from WEC Energy Group; Racine Co DPW leader named Natural Resources Bd Secty; April 11 DNR hearings statewide on hunters allowed to leave tree stands & ground blinds on managed land.

1-28-16 WRJN News-730am

Racine’s December jobless rate rose slightly & Kenosha declined; WIAA Bd of Control gives tentative OK to SE conference changes;  Ex-Bradford star Melvin Gordon signs deal with Jockey.

1-28-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine Co Ridgewood Task Force to consider future options; Permit support for downtown Racine microbrewery; Milwaukee mass shooting plot suspect jailed in Kenosha.

1-27-16 WRJN News-405pm

Milw. Man Accused Of Planning Mass Shooting Being Held In Kenosha, South Shore Fire Dept. Says Response Times Are Falling, Kenosha Unified Brd. Looks Over Employee Handbook Changes

1-27-16 WRJN News-1030am

Millwaukee mass shooting planning suspect in Kenosha Co jail; Racine Co Exec’s Ridgewood Task Force meets tonight on facility’s future; Metra trains to-from Kenosha to cost more soon.

1-27-16 WRJN News-730am

Racine’s Safe Haven Director to take over Bethany Apartments; United Way of Racine Co reports $5.1-million for 2015 campaign; Kenosha Co weapons charges against man in fed arrest.

1-27-16 WRJN News-530am

Racine Co looks to name harbor park at marina after Len Ziolkowski; Kenosha School Bd talks about handbook changes; South Shore FD leaders again dispute claims of bad service times with no Lake Park site.

1-26-16 WRJN News-405pm

FBI Says Arrest Of Milwaukee Man Averted Mass Shooting, Kenosha Police Investigating Death Of 21 Year Old Man, Dozens Gather For “Promise Zone” Session In Racine

1-26-16 WRJN News-10am

Wisconsin 18th on WalletHub survey for retirement states; Muskego-Norway School Bd to hold referendum meeting 2/22; REA planning mass appearance against HS academies at February board meeting.

1-26-16 WRJN News-730am

KUSD’s Lincoln school reacted to a text threat for a Florida Lincoln school; Mt Pleasant Bd ok’s assessment resolution for Hwy-V project; Waterford HS District voters to decide $12.2-million referendum.