Possible Smoking Ban At Horlick Field Discussed, Proposed Bullying Ordinance To Be Considered By Racine Common Council Next Week, Somers Board To Review Increased Sheriff’s Patrols In January

12-14-17 WRJN News-1030am

Proposed Racine anti-bullying ordinance to get council vote 12/20; UW-Parkside PD part of Drive Sober campaign statewide 12/15-1/1/18; Chimney fire in Brighton leaves home uninhabitable.

12-14-17 WRJN News-730am

Broken sewer line repair in Bristol closing part of Hwy-45 today & Friday; Racine’s Myers park construction ends; I-94 N/S project info meeting at Mt Pleasant Hall 3-7 pm to include Foxconn.

12-14-17 WRJN News-530am

Smoking ban to be discussed for Racine’s Horlick Field; Parkside PD able to use Narcan off Kenosha Co grant ahead of other UW schools; Mt Pleasant Public Works plans include reconstruction of bumpy 16th St.


Candidates For 66th Assembly District Discuss Issues, Kenosha’s Shalom Center To Offer Shelter To Those Who Used Former 1st Step Facility, Accident Knocks Out Power For 95 We Energy Customers In Racine

12-13-17 WRJN News-1030am

Mt Pleasant Bd to deal with delayed Foxconn-related issues; Racine Park & Rec Bd agenda includes discussion about smoking at athletic fields; Another traffic incident near scene of Monday’s truck into pond fatality.

12-13-17 WRJN News-730am

Milwaukee alderman suggesting annexation into Yorkville for Foxconn jobs benefit; Kenosha Shalom Center to accept low barrier homeless; Racine Co Sheriff says body cameras are working out great.

12-13-17 WRJN News-530am

Kenosha Co house fire in Brighton under investigation; 66th Assembly District Democrats in well-attended forum at Gateway; ATC says Foxconn will require power producing improvements.


ATC Says $140-Million In Power Upgrades Are Needed For Foxconn, Pleasant Prairie Plan Comm. Recommends Approvals For New Synagogue, Racine PD ID’s Man Who Died When His Truck Broke Thru Ice On A Pond

12-12-17 WRJN News-1030am

Another Caledonia Village Hall info meeting on the Jellystone park & campground at 7-pm; Racine Co sheriff to talk body cameras at committee meeting; Racine’s anti-bullying ordinance closer to approval.