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Partly sunny with a high of 67 degrees and a low of 38.


Royals go up 2-1 in World Series
AG candidates spar on campaign coordination
Prep football finals
UPDATE: 30th Avenue still closed on city's north side
60-unit downtown apartments on the move
Milwaukee police union plans no-confidence vote
30th Ave. closed south of Highway E
Habitat for Humanity of Kenosha hires director
Student shooter dead after Wash. school attack
Carthage alumna's world premiere adaptation opens tonight
New-fashioned musical opens tonight at Bradford
Lakeside Players' opens spooky family show tonight
Today's Weekday Report is at kenoshanews.com
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State attorney general candidates set to debate
Today's weather: Partly sunny
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United Hospital System at odds with Anthem Blue Cross
Neighbors question noise, proper land use
New bridge eases rail congestion
Update: 3 dead, 2 injured in Maryland air crash
Power restored to 2,200 Somers customers
Plane, helicopter collide in Maryland
Canada finds no link between soldier attacks


Uline-allied firm buys newly annexed properties along I-94

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Four properties annexed from Paris into Kenosha this year were sold this month to a company with ties to Uline.

Eight parcels across Interstate 94 from where Amazon’s new distribution facility has gone up were annexed into the city, at the landowners’ requests. The other four properties remain with the original owners.


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Downtown Wi-Fi still on the agenda

The Kenosha City Council, which is usually cooperative with Mayor Keith Bosman, has found something to disagree with him about — public Wi-Fi downtown.

The mayor hasn’t shown much interest in the Kenosha County proposal to add free public access to the Internet along the lakefront from 35th Street to 65th Street. The plan proposed by Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser also includes adding Wi-Fi to Kenosha County parks.

‘Hello! ‘My Baby’ returns to Bradford High School

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Kenosha Unified Theatre Arts is revisiting a riotous, new-fashioned musical comedy this season with its production of “Hello! My Baby,” opening tonight.

The theater group first introduced audiences to the show, written by Cheri Steinkellner, in 2013 as a pilot production for New York City licensing agency Music Theatre International.



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The number of high-profile Democrats campaigning for gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke keeps growing, with President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton on the list. Do you think they will help or hurt her chances of winning the Nov. 4 election against Gov. Scott Walker?
They both will help Burke.
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Clinton will help Burke more.
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