WRJN News

Foxconn Signing Ceremony

WRJN/WVTY Reporter Janet Hoff working in the press pool at Foxconn Signing Ceremony

11-10-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Gov. Walker & Foxconn Chairman Gou Sign Historic $3-Billion Incentive Agreement In Racine, Veterans Day Ceremony Held At Veterans Home In Union Grove, Fire Heavily Damages Mt. Pleasant Home

11-10-17 WRJN News-1030am

Gov Walker highlights Veterans Day event at U-Grove Veterans Home; Veterans Day observances Saturday at 10-am in Racine, and thru-out the day in Kenosha; Racine Co Bd members asked to be part of library non-use study.

11-10-17 WRJN News-730am

Urban League of Racine-Kenosha names interim Executive Director; U-S Attorney’s office has plea deal with 3 in big $$ theft from Andis Co in Sturtevant; Caddy Vista water main project contract ok’d less than budgeted.

11-10-17 WRJN News-530am

Fitness facility proposed for part of former DT Racine bank; First candidate named in pursuit of Cory Mason’s Assembly seat; 2 Foxconn-related meetings in Mt Pleasant tonight…even a Friday night.

11-9-17-WRJN-News-405pm

1st Democrat Announces Run For 66th Assembly District Seat In Jan. Special Election, Kenosha Co. Board Fails To Pass Infrastructure Bonding Resolution, Expanded Kenosha Bus Service Ending In December

11-9-17 WRJN News-1030am

Bike lanes to be painted on Racine’s Erie St to slow traffic; KD Park in Kenosha Co gets over $672K in Phase-2 grants; Missing Korean War vet’s remains coming back to Racine for burial.

11-9-17 WRJN News-730am

Former Racine Starbucks mgr accused of stealing almost $38K; Bus service to Kenosha Beef to end 12/20 for lack of ridership; Racine getting store front churches on north & south sides.

11-9-17 WRJN News-530am

Foxconn deal to be signed in Racine Friday; Kenosha Co Bd fails to approve capital bonding for 2018 projects but may revisit later; $1-million bond for man charged in Somers home invasion.

11-8-17-WRJN-News-405pm

Cory Mason Is Sworn In As Racine Mayor, Kenosha Co. Board To Vote On 2018 Budget This Evening, Sturtevant Board Hears Presentation On Library Alternatives For The Village