5-5-17 WRJN News-1030am

RCEDC 34th anniversary looks at immediate future needs; Racine Co Emergency Management training exercise to include recovery phase; WRJN studio tours Saturday (5/6) 9-am to 3-pm for Open House Racine County.

5-5-17 WRJN News-730am

Health care bill protesters gather at Speaker Ryan’s Racine office; Kenosha man facing bail jumping charges after fleeing other charges 9-months ago; New human trafficking education effort along I-94 in SE Wisconsin.

5-5-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine man pleads guilty in 2015 traffic-related homicide; Racine PD asking home & business owners to sign up their security cameras for crime fighting; Kenosha’s Snap-On makes another tool company purchase.


Racine Co. Executive Among Group Attending Disaster Institute In Maryland Next Week, Burlington Council To Vote On Community Pool Operation Agreement, Kenosha’s Lakeshore Trolley Is Rolling

5-4-17 WRJN News-1030am

Kenosha Plan Commission to consider CU for residential tower on Carthage campus; Burlington mayor going back to FEMA training course 19-yrs later; Tony Romo to try and qualify for U-S Open Golf event near Milwaukee.

5-4-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine’s CD Director being sued by former employer in Tinley Park-Ill; Women’s & children’s Horizons Interim Director named; Burlington pool mgmt deal ready for Common Council vote 5/16.

5-4-17 WRJN News-605am

$55K damage to Racine house in fire started by child with a lighter; No public comment on 2018 Gateway budget with 4.5% mill rate increase; Lawmakers Kerkman & Wanggaard talk with constituents.


Local School Districts Notifying Parents About Netflix Series On Teen Suicide, Buyer Found For Ridgewood Care Center, Kenosha City Council Puts Off Feral Cat Ordinance Again

5-3-17 WRJN News-1030am

Gateway budget public hearing 7-pm on Kenosha campus; Racine & Kenosha Unified officials promote resources available in response to Netflix series “13 Reasons Why;” Garlic Mustard picking record setting attempt in Racine.

5-3-17 WRJN News-730am

Renaissance School expanding to use former Racine Holy Name building; Burlington Clean Sweep resulted in LOTS of collected items; Racine mayor has two unnamed projects before leaving office.