WRJN News

12-7-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine Transit panel defers action on bus service to Sturtevant without $$$; Kenosha Co Bd transfers 14 back tax properties to the city; Racine Co may join opioid manufacturers lawsuit case.

12-6-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Racine Council Fails To Override Veto Of Event Center Funding, City of Burlington Budget Adopted, Kenosha Co. Board Approves Initial Bonding Resolution On 2nd Try

12-6-17 WRJN News-1030am

Somers senior housing project advances with village board; Racine aldermen defer proposal to make the mayor’s job a part-time gig; Racine Co Executive holds Caledonia listening session at 4-pm at village hall.

12-6-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine Council makes no decision re: 4th Fest using bldg to construct floats; Kenosha Co Bd approves capital projects borrowing plan; 2 Burlington aldermen to not seek re-election but Mayor Hefty wants back in the spring.

12-6-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine council supports Mayor’s event center funding veto; Burlington council approves 2018 budget with a tax hike; No public comment & just one amendment offered for Kenosha ’18 budget.

12-5-17-WRJN-News-405pm

2 Racine Co. Barns Damaged By Fire Overnight, Racine Council Gets Arena Plan Update On Eve Of Veto Override Vote, Local Resident Travel To Washington DC for Rallies In Support Of DACA

12-5-17 WRJN News-1030am

Another Racine Co search for the missing Lynn Rickard; Oak Creek PD helps Racine Co deputies arrest driver on 6th OWI; 3-mos in jail &3-yrs probation for Kenosha Co driver in 2015 fatal crash.

12-5-17 WRJN News-730am

Caledonia Bd ok’s raze order on former Western Publishing bldg; Kenosha CUSH members tell alderman to help all homeless; DACA supporters leaving Racine for bus rise to Washington DC rally.

12-5-17 WRJN News-530am

2 Racine Co barns go up in flames early this morning; Madison’s Edgewater hotel developer targeted for Racine lakefront hotel proposal; Caledonia trustees support Jellystone site rezoning & conditional use.

12-4-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Racine Aldermen To Get Update On Proposed Event Center Study, Closing Of Power Plant Could Be Big Hit To Pleasant Prairie’s Budget, Threat Found At Wilmot High School Not Credible But Under Investigation