Kenosha firefighters rescued four sleeping children from a smoke-filled apartment Thursday evening. A 40-year-old woman — the grandmother of three of the children and the mother of one — was arrested for child neglect.
KENOSHA — “Righting the Wrongs,” a program to honor Vietnam veterans and to mark the 40th anniversary of the war’s end begins at 1 p.m. Saturday in Wolfenbuttel Park,5901 Third Ave.
Kenosha resident Aaron Marshall was drawn to a sprawling, tree-lined park — perfect for a morning fishing trip, an afternoon picnic or a twilight stroll — when he relocated his family to the Lincoln Park neighborhood in 2009.
A 31-year-old man who was believed to be breaking up a fight involving over 40 teenagers was transported to Kenosha Medical Center with a head injury on Monday, according to Kenosha Police Department.
The Kenosha man who fired the fatal shot in a 2009 homicide was re-sentenced Thursday, after an appeal vacated his earlier conviction.
A Kenosha man found in January 2014 with heroin, cocaine and marijuana in his home was convicted Thursday of nine charges that grew out of that investigation.
Students from Stocker Elementary School in Kenosha got up close and personal with some endangered birds Thursday.
A Salem man will pay a fine rather than serve out the balance of his probation for a disorderly conduct charge.
PADDOCK LAKE — The panfish bag limit on Paddock Lake will be reduced during spawning season for 10 years starting next spring under rule changes approved by the Natural Resources Board.
A man was flown to a trauma center in Milwaukee after receiving a heavy jolt of electricity on the roof of a Kenosha foundry Thursday.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — The motto on the sign at Ray Radigan’s restaurant on Sheridan Road is bold: “Wonderful Food.”
A look at a few numbers pertaining to the Kenosha Kingfish’s Northwood League:
SALEM — Residents interested in the health and management of Rock Lake were able to provide their input into a proposed protection plan Wednesday night.
Capt. Aaron Strom was named Somers’ interim fire chief Wednesday.
One of the families sickened after eating pork carnitas from Supermercado Los Corrales has sued the grocery store and its insurance company, and more lawsuits are likely to be filed.
A plan to expand Kenosha’s streetcar line is on hold while city officials await a report from We Energies.
Local basketball courts, used more commonly for fighting than pickup games recently, are set to be shut down for two weeks.
The limited launch of free, outdoor, public access Wi-Fi in Kenosha over the weekend appeared to go off without a hitch, a county official said Wednesday,
BRISTOL — Property owners along Highway 45 in Bristol and Paris, north of Highway 50, now have an idea of the scope of the upcoming reconstruction of the highway.
There’s a new man in charge of the Kenosha County Jail.
Indian Trail High School art students, using discarded construction materials, have created a sculpture that will greet employees at the Amazon Fulfillment Center.
SALEM — Boy Scout Troop 328 will host a “Survival Challenge” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Salem Community Park, 9410 256th Ave.
Kenosha County’s lawyer in chief is calling it a day.
Associated Bank, in a $200 million redlining settlement with the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, is required to commit more than $13 million to mortgage and related lending to minorities in Kenosha, Racine and Lake counties.
As a newspaper columnist, I face the tyranny of a blank computer screen every week.
A Kenosha woman tried running over people outside the Somers House early Saturday morning, according to court documents.