WRJN News

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.

5-29-18-WRJN-News-405pm

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.

5-25-18-WRJN-News-405pm

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.