5-3-18 WRJN News-1030am

National Day of Prayer activities in Racine-Kenosha-Burlington; Kenosha Police ID body found at Simmons Island Beach but cause of death still undetermined; Twin Lakes reported hail with last night’s storms.

5-3-18 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia pipe organ in the basement owner being remembered; Wittke remains Racine School Bd President; Racine deal with Airbnb for room tax collection could start in June.

5-3-18 WRJN News-530am

WE Energies seeking state PSC ok on a $32-million gas line to Foxconn site; Racine Co Bd asked to increase Family Court Commissioner starting salary; Racine Zoo Director gets a state award.


Somers Residents Pack Meeting On Future Land Use Plan, Racine Council Supports Grant To Wild Root Market Co-op, Burlington Council Rejects Lease Agreement For Senior Center

5-2-18 WRJN News-730am

Waterford couple charged with election fraud for voting twice; State of Kenosha Co is “robust” and “outstanding” says Co Exec; Racine Council supports IGA grant to Wild Root Market.

5-2-18 WRJN News-530am

Racine Council keeps Carlisle Ave stop signs but wants better alternative; Burlington aldermen reject lease with seniors group for new bldg; 60-mph now on s/b I-94 from Racine Co Hwy-G to Kenosha Co Hwy-142


Foxconn Glass Supplier Reportedly Looking For Subsidies To Locate In Mt. Pleasant, Kenosha Co. Dairy Farm Scene Of Barn Fire, Kenosha Fire Chief Says More Education Needed On Backyard Burning

5-1-18 WRJN News-1030am

Illinois woman named in arrest warrant for stalking Kenosha woman who bought her parrot; Greenhouse gas mitigation town hall meeting at UW-Parkside tonite; Somers meeting on land use plan possibilities.

5-1-18 WRJN News-730am

Memphis man with Racine ties sought by U-S Marshal’s Service for murder; Racine council to send use of room tax revenue policy to Finance panel; Kenosha Co Exec gives State of the County speech tonite (5/1).

5-1-18 WRJN News-530am

Racine Co motorcyclist pulled off life support at Froedtert Hospital; Kenosha condo fire did about $1.6-million damage per Fire Chief; Burlington council to consider lease seal for senior facility.