WRJN News

12-27-17 WRJN News-1030am

Frozen line into UWP’s Greenquist Hall flows water from L3 to L1; Oak Creek Barn fire includes vehicles and fuel; Kenosha house at 33rd Ave & 28th St destroyed by fire.

12-27-17 WRJN News-730am

House fire in Kenosha at 28th St & 33rd Ave requires lots of resources; Burlington Liar’s Club 2017 winners to be announced soon; Racine’s ex-mayor still not believing returned Waukesha wastewater will be cleaner.

12-27-17 WRJN News-530am

Water flow problem in UW-Parkside’s Greenquist Hall this morning; Racine Fire Dept still seeking accreditation; Sturtevant budget panel to talk about village hall I-T upgrade.

12-26-17 WRJN News-1030am

Travel kits in vehicles needed with dangerous wind chills says Racine Co Emergency Mgmt Director; Opioids conference at UW-Parkside January 31st in Student Center; New Kenosha Fire Dept Emergency Services Director.

12-26-17 WRJN News-730am

Foxconn job shifts could be 12-hrs; Racine Unified’s children’s mental health clinics are the envy of other districts; Racine Co Emergency Mgmt Director urges great caution with wind chills to 25-below thru tonight.

12-26-17 WRJN News-530am

Wind chill advisory midnight to noon Wednesday in SE Wis; Snow helps Racine Co Sheriff’s deputies find autistic man near Burlington; Flight For Life to crash scene along State Line Rd in Kenosha Co.

12-22-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Foxconn Deposits $60-Million In Account To Purchase Land In Mt. Pleasant, Caledonia Police Seeking 2 People In Theft Of Salvation Army Kettle, New Racine Heritage Preservation Plan Update Underway

12-22-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Co Sheriff’s dept arrests burglars in T-Raymond; Foxconn state incentives package overshadows dozens of others combined; Burlington mayor offers fire displaced family a Christmas her her house.

12-22-17 WRJN News-730am

Racine Council takes felon’s name off election worker list; Kenosha man remembered during Library park event for the homeless; No Racine Council meeting 1/2/18.

12-22-17 WRJN News-530am

Racine Library continues bed bug free; Mt Pleasant looking at rebuilding 16th & Emmertsen; Gateway’s Deb Davidson retiring soon after 3-dozen yrs in education.