A Kenosha man who shot himself in the wrist after beating his girlfriend over a Facebook comment will spend one year in prison.
More than 200 parishioners of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church participated in a religious re-enactment of the Stations of the Cross walk, called “Via Crucis Viviente,” in observance of Good Friday.
After one of the harshest winters on record, Kenosha County and its municipalities are now trying to figure out how to replenish their road salt sheds and their public works checkbooks.
This past winter was an expensive one for municipalities charged with clearing streets and keeping water pipes working. It was also expensive for Kenosha’s car owners.
KENOSHA — The Easter Bunny will be on the Kenosha streetcar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, handing out candy and posing for photographs.
Overdose death rates stabilized in 2013, but remained by far the largest cause of accidental death in Kenosha County.
A federal appeals court on Friday upheld Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s public union restrictions.
Elementary education is on its way back to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside this fall, after several years with no way for students there to graduate with a teaching license.
Kenosha Police said it ended a high-speed chase just after 9 a.m. Thursday when a vehicle repeatedly drove through stop signs and red lights while traveling in excess of 60 mph on city streets.
The village of Bristol’s 2010 annexation of the remainder of the town of Bristol was upheld on appeal Thursday by Wisconsin’s 2nd District Court of Appeals.
The Kenosha County Board is expecting to go paperless by next month, an effort that is being promoted by its new chairman.
SALEM — Carol Husnick approached the Salem Park Commission this week hoping to gain support for a local dog park.
Gateway Technical College presented a proposed $156.8 million budget for fiscal year 2014-15 that could represent a nearly $4 million reduction of the current budget.
The city’s Police and Fire Commission said Thursday it needed more time to decide whether to hold a hearing into allegations made against Kenosha Fire Chief John Thomsen.
Today’s problem: A tight fitting metal frame outgrown by downtown city trees is the root of the problem, not to mention the bricks being uplifted at the tree bases.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Students and teachers throughout Pleasant Prairie Elementary School dressed as royalty on Thursday, as kings, queens, princesses and knights roamed the castle-themed library.
Another area financial institution has been hit hard by what authorities are calling a nearly unavoidable “data breach” that has compromised the accounts of dozens of local residents.
A Kenosha man who drove a day care van in Racine has been accused of sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl he transported from school to her child care facility.
It appears two people charged with placing hidden cameras at the Pleasant Prairie RecPlex had also secretly filmed people in a Uline corporate headquarters locker room.
A judge wants to see a Kenosha woman who stole at least $180,500 from a local cemetery association make substantial repayments.
A number of Easter egg hunts are planned for Saturday.
SALEM — Some suitcases — plastered with stickers from far-off locals — can be used to tell stories of adventure.
There weren’t a lot of bus riders at the CUSH meeting on transportation Thursday. That is the problem, the group said.
Authorities are seeking help in searching for a former Kenosha resident wanted in connection with a Tuesday night homicide in Green Bay.
The man police believe was behind the video cameras placed in a Pleasant Prairie RecPlex locker room is back in custody, this time on a child pornography warrant from Lake County, Ill.