WRJN News

4-19-18 WRJN News-730am

No serious injuries reported from 2-car crash by Central HS; New Racine Co Talent Recruitment website to be rolled out by RCEDC; Bristol Democrat announces state Senate bid against Van Wanggaard.

4-19-18 WRJN News-530am

Foxconn official hints at some project activity coming soon; Waukegan teen at Froedtert from car crash into Kenosha’s Chester Electronics; S-Shore Fire Dept’s EMS bldg plans move forward.

4-18-18-WRJN-News-405pm

Kenosha Police Officer Announces Bid For 1st District Congress Seat, Racine, Kenosha & Burlington Common Councils Begin New Terms, Kenosha Alderman Wants City Referendum On Dark Store Loophole

4-18-18 WRJN News-1030am

Jury duty scam alert in Racine Co thru phone messages; Kenosha Community Health Center leader resigns suddenly; UW-Parkside student rally Friday on campus…”No Place For Hate.”

4-18-18 WRJN News-830am

Racine’s Boston store may close with Bon Ton Stores liquidation; House fires in Kenosha & Burlington this morning require mutual aid; Winter Weather Advisory for several inches of snow by late tonite in SE Wis.

4-18-18 WRJN News-530am

Jason Meekma the new Racine Council President; Racine Co Bd ok’s $1.5-million grant to Sturtevant for Hwy-11/84th St project; Burlington Alderman Vos recognized for 36 total yrs of service.

4-17-18-WRJN-News-405pm

Sale Of Former RUSD School Falls Through, Kenosha Aldermen Postpone Vote On Water Treatment Facility Permit, Pleasant Prairie Board Approves Main Street Market Plans

4-17-18 WRJN News-1030am

Exiting Caledonia Trustee Willing tells Bd to do study on separate school district; Mt Pleasant man accused of stabbing another man in S-Milwaukee apt; Racine Council ok’s name change to Rotary Park Drive.

4-17-18 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia PD to more aggressively go after drivers violating Road Closed signs; Kenosha DA offers deal to man who attacked an older Somers couple in their home; Citizen & 2 Caledonia PD officers save man’s life in

4-17-18 WRJN News-530am

Caledonia Bd approves Casey’s conditional use permit with 10-pm closing; Racine Council ok’s resolution supporting Paris Climate Accord; Kenosha Council reconstitutes Social Media Commission for more work.