Longtime survivors of HIV are facing a new dilemma HIV-related dementia. Something that's gone untested locally until now.
It’s been 30 years since the first cases of human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, was discovered damaging immune systems and taking thousands of lives.
Today, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin on 57th Street in Kenosha is on the front lines to combat the disease, with no cure, which continues to carry an infamous stigma.
Thanks to sophomore quarterback A.J. Frisby, it didn’t take the Wilmot football team long to take control of its game on Friday night.
With Frisby having a hand in five of the team’s six touchdowns, the Panthers grabbed a 35-point lead at halftime en route to a 41-13 non-conference triumph at Cudahy to improve to 2-0.
As festivals roll into town, bringing with them musicians from near and far, so do thunderstorms.
Summer weather in Wisconsin makes for stunning cloud formations, as lightning splits the dark skies. Photographers Sean Krajacic and Bill Siel both captured stunning clouds moving over Pleasant Prairie and Lake Geneva.
This week the state Department of Workforce Development reported that the unemployment rate for Kenosha County was 5.2 percent; for the city of Kenosha it was 5.6 percent.
Those numbers don’t mean much all by themselves, but it might help to compare them with some recent history.
The fifth annual Grill Games BBQ Competition and Lakefront Festival is back to offer smoky snacks, bold barbecue and cool competition.
The two-day event takes place from 3 to 11 p.m. today (Aug. 28) and 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 29) on Kenosha’s harbor lakefront at 56th Street and First Avenue.