Speaking in Kenosha Saturday, U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C., reflected on one of the most memorable days of his life.
A driver who reportedly fell asleep at the wheel was taken to a hospital after the car he was driving crashed about 7:30 a.m. Thursday.
Jo Wynn had volunteers coming out of the woodwork Saturday morning.
Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to reject the proposed Kenosha casino may have come down to analysis of dueling threats.
What now becomes of Dairyland Greyhound Park?
In a state where the partisan divide has developed into something resembling trench warfare, the reaction to Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to reject the Kenosha casino produced something rare — bipartisan agreement.
KENOSHA — “Classical Sundays at the Library” begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave.
Here is a sampling of the local and area leaders reaction to Friday’s decision by Gov. Scott Walker to deny the Menominee-Hard Rock Kenosha casino project.
Here’s a look at the winding road of the Kenosha casino project:
RANDALL — Powers Lake resident Nancy Crabtree is urging Randall town officials to work jointly with the village of Bloomfield on issues related to the border lake.
A sampling of people interviewed Friday night in Kenosha elicited a range of opinions on Gov. Walker’s decision earlier in the day to deny the Menominee-Hard Rock proposal for an $800 million casino, hotel, entertainment and convention center complex.
RANDALL — Like officials in Twin Lakes and Paddock Lake, Randall Town Board members said Thursday they will not help pay for the building Silver Lake purchased for a Community Library.
The town of Somers is one step closer to becoming a village. The Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge David Wilk signed an order Wednesday calling for an incorporation referendum set for April 7.
Wisconsin Secretary of Administration Mike Huebsch issued a report on the proposed Kenosha casino that incorporates the analyses of consultants hired by the state and the state’s negotiations with the tribes and the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs.
A 22-year-old Chicago man with a long history of being at the wrong place at the wrong time was sentenced to 25 years in prison with an additional 10 years of supervised release for his involvement in a 2013 double homicide in Kenosha.
Gov. Scott Walker looked back to his predecessor to justify his denial of the Kenosha casino, saying the compact Jim Doyle negotiated with the Potawatomi exposes the state to too much financial risk to allow him to approve the Menominee-Hard Rock proposal.
As he heads to Iowa to attempt to drum up support for a possible presidential run, Gov. Scott Walker is leaving supporters of the Kenosha casino seething.
Despite saying he would use all the time available to him to make a decision, Gov. Scott Walker denied the Menominee Indian Tribe’s proposed Kenosha casino with four weeks left on the clock.