6-15-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Public Works panel backs priority for the safety bldg in a facilities study; Rain & cool temps slowed May Racine Zoo attendance; Mt Pleasant Park & Rec Bd to hear from a Cricket Club.

6-15-17 WRJN News-730am

Establishing a resilient community presented at Wingspread; Kenosha alderman wants ordinance change on fire pit & outdoor fireplace use; Wind Point lighthouse caretaker job application deadline 4-pm today (6/15).

6-15-17 WRJN News-530am

Questions being asked about SE Wis a Taiwan company plant; Racine Plan Commission supports Wild Root store on northeast side; Vigil held for domestic-related shooting death victim in Kenosha.


Target For Racine Garbage Cart Rollout Recommended Without Answers On Bulky Waste Pickup, Dancehall License Not Recommended For Business That Held Party, Salary Structure For KUSD Teachers Supported

6-14-17 WRJN News-1030am

6 Racine Co HS juniors named mayors at Badger Boys State gathering; Kenosha Pops Concert Band plays at Library Park tonite (6/14); Mt Pleasant settles tax assessment challenge with Menard’s.

6-14-17 WRJN News-730am

No dance hall license for a Racine business after a party led to a citation; Racine roundabout at Durand & Memorial preferred on DOT project; Kenosha teachers to get pay raise under new salary structure.

6-14-17 WRJN News-530am

2015 Racine shooting suspect gets prison time; Racine solid waste cart collection system could start September 18th; Racine Co’s top lawyer is retiring in August to help move daughter to Spain.


Mt. Pleasant Village Brd. Deadlocks On Trustee Appointment Again, GTC Receives Grant for Launch Box Program, Kenosha Velodrome Officially Reopens After Reconstruction

6-13-17 WRJN News-1030am

Racine Public Works panel asked to support roundabout for Durand & Memorial; Mt Pleasant’s Finance Director withdraws retirement paperwork; Racine Police handled a snake on the loose along LaSalle Street.

6-13-17 WRJN News-730am

No progress on Mt Pleasant administrator search; Racine’s Festival Hall to get theatrical lighting inside; Racine TIF #8 to be extended and help with affordable housing efforts.