WRJN News

6-8-18 WRJN News-730am

Kenosha Shalom Center gets $664K federal debt reduction grant; Washington Ave resurfacing in Racine starts Monday resulting in detours & limited travel; Milw Biz Journal says Pres Trump coming for Foxconn g-breaking.

6-8-18 WRJN News-530am

$20K damage from Racine kitchen fire on Hayes Ave; Kenosha Co Pets Park Pike River stream bank & wetland restoration project starting; Burlington HS softball team seniors to get special ceremony in Madison.

6-7-18 WRJN News-1035am special report

Shooting in Union Grove this morning, with victim excepted to survive & a suspect in custody, but no other info from the Racine Co Sheriff’s Department.

6-6-18 WRJN News-1030am

Racine RDA to consider purchase of Johnson motor bank site near Festival Park; Racine Council votes twice and still has to meet July 3rd; Contract continues thru July for 1st Transit to run Racine’s bus system

6-7-18 WRJN News-730am

Still no ID on Kenosha fire victim or if male/female; Certificate of Appropriateness for Burlington business debated at council; Mt Pleasant dogs in parks ordinance under review re: beer garden proposal.

6-6-18 WRJN News-530am

Waterford area woman killed in a Town of Burlington crash; Mt Pleasant looking to maybe change room tax revenue split & create tourism commission; Carthage College names a new Provost.

6-6-18-WRJN-News-405pm

WI Awarded $160M Federal Grant For I-94 Expansion In Racine & Kenosha Counties, Mt. Pleasant Committee Discusses Adding Police Officers Because Of Foxconn, Mayor Mason’s Bulkly Waste Veto Upheld

6-6-18 WRJN News-1030am

Racine ordinance on pawn shop locations may be amended; 2 Kenosha Co Bd panels pitched on a “high ropes & aerial adventure park;” MPPD says lots of truck traffic 6-days/wk expected with Foxconn construction.

6-6-18 WRJN News-730am

Kenosha man killed in Taylor Co traffic crash; Racine alderman rails on Mt Pleasant Bd for Foxconn-related blighted designation vote; RUSD eviewing Case HS science lab project for now.

6-6-18 WRJN News-530am

Racine aldermen support way finding signage contract; Sturtevant chicken ordinance goes back to committee for more work; A fatal Kenosha house fire remains under investigation.