5-30-18 WRJN News-530am

Racine PD investigating an early morning north side shooting; Kenosha PD still seeking woman’s cause of death from Pike Creek discovery; Racine Public Works panel backs Green Tier Legacy Community plan.


6 Candidates For Governor Scheduled To Debate In Racine Wed. Evening, Town Of Burlington Residents Without Power Early Tues. After Truck Hits A Pole, UW-Parkside Ready To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

5-29-18 WRJN News-1030am

Pickup truck takes out utility pole in T-Burlington this morning but driver with minor injuries; Racine’s mayor proposes joining Green Tier Legacy Community program; Carthage student drowns in Walworth Co.

5-29-18 WRJN News-730am

SUV plows into Racine’s Mound Cemetery fence & overturns; UW-Parkside embarking on a 50th anniversary promotion; Caledonia Police & Fire Commission looking to hire a new PD Chief.

5-29-18 WRJN News-530am

Deadly weekend in Racine Co with 4 traffic deaths; Good attendance at Racine-Kenosha Memorial Day ceremonies; Racine Unified School Bd approves minor budget adjustments.


Memorial Day Ceremonies Scheduled At Veteran’s Cemeteries This Weekend, Plans For Mt. Pleasant Industrial Park Advance, Completion Of Work On Hwy 32 In Caledonia Delayed By Weather

5-25-18 WRJN News-1030am

Kenosha judge to allow testimony about other women & choking in murder trial; Racine Co motorcyclist avoids dog & goes to Froedtert; Lots of jobs to be lost with closure of BMO Harris Bradley Center.

5-25-18 WRJN News-730am

Finishing touches delayed to next week on Caledonia Hwy-32 project; Waterford couple pleading not guilty to election fraud charges; Racine Unified e-sports program benefits touted to school board.

5-25-18 WRJN News-530am

Advocate Aurora Health to build Racine Co medical complex near I94 & Hwy-20; Kenosha apartment fire displaces 3-adults & 2-pets; Caledonia man pleads Not Guilty in animal mistreatment case.

5-24-18 WRJN News-1030am

Burlington man jailed in Minnesota from stolen vehicle & OWI chase; V-Waterford launching Heritage Walking Tour in downtown; Carthage graduates Sunday to hear from Pulitzer Prize author Jon Meachem.