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    One killed in Highway C rollover crash

    BRISTOL — One person was killed in a rollover crash Monday night in the 21700 block of Highway C.

    Costco gets OK from Pleasant Prairie commission

    PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Costco Wholesale Corp. won unanimous approval Monday night from the Plan Commission to move forward with a 154,000-square-foot development on some 17 acres in the Prairie Ridge subdivision.

    I-94 closures this week in Racine County

    I-94 closures are slated this week in Racine County.

    Drone business owner: Sky’s the limit


    The business of domestic drones, or unmanned aircraft, is taking off, and one Pleasant Prairie entrepreneur hopes to get in on the ground level.

    Apartment units proposed near Somers Walmart


    Bear Development, hoping to capitalize on the industrial boom in the county, has proposed a 292-unit apartment complex on a 19-acre site adjacent to the Walmart and Sam’s Club stores in Somers.

    Court Roundup

    A Kenosha man broke into a woman's apartment, raped her and stole money and an iPad before leaving, according to police.

    Volunteers clean, photograph tombstones


    Claudia Schiller used a small eraser, rubbing back and forth to clean the type on a tombstone before it was photographed at Green Ridge Cemetery Friday.

    Early voting begins for Aug. 12 primary


    Early voting for the fall primary began Monday, but local clerks are not expecting a rush of voters.

    Shalom to try again on homeless shelter


    The Shalom Center will try once again to win city approval to establish the city's first homeless shelter in a former thrift store building.

    Event briefs: Game to help raise funds for handicapped-accessible van

    KENOSHA — Joe Eleniewski, a St. Joseph Catholic Academy graduate now working as a tax accountant, is raising money to purchase a new handicapped-accessible van that he can enter with his wheelchair and drive using hand controls.

    Children to receive free backpacks, school supplies thanks to police association

    Building off its popular “Shop with a Cop” program, Kenosha Professional Police Association is hoping its newest community event will generate just as much enthusiasm.

    News briefs: Girl dies in driveway incident

    A 5-year-old Kenosha girl died after she was twice run over by a van backing out of a Racine driveway on Saturday.

    History Mystery: Prices have skyrocketed at the ole ball game

    Question: Here’s one for those long-suffering Cub fans: Today a beer at Wrigley Field in Chicago costs $8. What was the price in 1960?