WRJN News

9-19-18 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia & state agree on Hoods Creek bridge cost for 2020 build; Mt Pleasant Bd to consider Fire Dept budget transfer for EMS station; Kenosha lead water line replacement $$ help due to state law.

9-18-18-WRJN-News-405pm

Mt. Pleasant Worker Struck By Car Has Died, Gay Former KUSD Student Files A Federal Lawsuit Against The District, Foxconn Releases Video Of What’s Planned For Mt. Pleasant Site

9-18-18 WRJN News-1030am

Kenosha murder victim’s family holding scholarship fundraiser; Caledonia to hire a Development Director in 2019; Racine Council to remember the late Alderman Ray DeHahn.

9-18-18 WRJN News-730am

9-yrs in prison for Kenosha man helping dispose murder victim’s body; New Foxconn site video on what’s being built; August SE Wis home sales down slightly and median prices up 3.6%.

9-18-18 WRJN News-530am

Mt Pleasant DPW employee struck by a car & critically hurt; Caledonia’s administrator to retire next April; Mt Pleasant committee to consider razing old Lake Park fire staation.

9-18-18 WRJN News-530am

Mt Pleasant DPW worker struck by a car & critically hurt; Caledonia’s Administrator to retire next spring; SE Wisconsin could get over an inch of rain the next few days.

9-17-18-WRJN-News-405pm

3 Proposals To Help Prevent Lake Michigan Drownings To Be Referred To Committee By Kenosha Council, Many Locally Working Low Paying Jobs, Racine Park & Rec Working On Donation Policy

9-17-18 WRJN News-1030am

Foxconn info meeting at UWM until 5-pm open to the public; First two Racine Co Job Fest events led to 10 hires on the spot & 34 job offers; Racine Co U-Way leader says low wage jobs

9-17-18 WRJN News-730am

3 water safety proposals going thru the Kenosha Council for committee discussion; Rapid Re-Housing in Racine has shown positive results; Ascension to finally change signs around All Saints campus.

9-17-18 WRJN News-530am

Mt Pleasant PD find 15-yr old driving erratically; Racine Park & Rec Dept on the verge of having a formal donation policy; Burlington budget work sessions scheduled in October.