WRJN News

3-17-17 WRJN News-730am

Pleasant Prairie woman charged with driving under the influence in a Caledonia crash; Kenosha looking at a $50 community garden use fee; Racine Unified policy change on naming rights strta/stops with BOE.

3-17-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine’s mayor says Trump budget cut to all but kill Great Lakes Restoration Initiative; Kenosha Co Sheriff seeks ok to use drug confiscation $$; New Mound Cemetery sign closer to final approval.

3-16-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Racine Mayor Dickert Lobbying For Great Lakes Funding In Washington DC, Caledonia Accident Results In Criminal Charges, Ground Breaking Held For Kenosha’s Shalom Center Shelter

3-16-17 WRJN New-1030am

Racine Applebee’s restaurant sold for 2nd time in 3-months; 2 Kenosha Birch Rd apts damaged by fire from a man using oven for heat; Snow clearing signs trump DT Racine parking enforcement ordinance.

3-16-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine’s Way Finding Signage project hit’s a hurdle; Milwaukee Archdiocese doing online survey for a Racine Catholic Schools name; Downtown Racine’s summer art project to focus on watercraft.

3-16-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine’s new administrator coming from North Carolina; Racine’s HALO shelter to accept homeless with substance abuse issues from HOST site; January jobless numbers up in Racine & Kenosha but down vs 2016.

3-15-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Mayor Dickert Recommends James Palenick As Next City Administrator, Downtown Racine Public Art Project To Feature Boats, Fire Officials Urge Everyone To Dig Out Fire Hydrants

3-15-27 WRJN News-1030am

Roof raking & outside furnace vent clearing recommended for SE Wis; Kenosha’s Shalom Center homeless shelter g’breaking ceremony; One time Racine Library children’s story reader on WRJN Mrs Martin B’day party today.

315-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine’s Fire chief urges hydrants to be cleared of snow; Sturtevant suing Racine Co over former Cobblestone project land; Former RUSD substitute teacher pleads guilty to improper touching of students.

3-15-17 WRJN News-530am

SE Wis cleanup continues from over a foot of snow; Riverside Inn targeted for a liquor license targeted for a due process hearing in Racine; Kenosha’s mayor not favoring a license extension for First Step shelter.