They came. They saw. They smelled. They ate. Chili, lots of it.
Forget about the wind chill driving the temperature to 42 degrees Saturday afternoon at Barth Storage’s eighth annual “Trunk or Treat.”
TREVOR — What could be better than pumpkins and a chance to see pumpkins getting blown up?
Kenosha Police made numerous arrests after responding to an underage drinking party in the 6100 block of 23rd Avenue just after 9 p.m. Friday.
A 43-year-old Las Vegas woman and her 3-year-old grandson were sound asleep when a car drove through their hotel room at the Country Inn & Suites, 7011 122nd Ave., just before 10:30 p.m. Friday.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Think chess, not checkers.
A high-speed I-94 pursuit involving three law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrest of two Milwaukee men Thursday afternoon.
WILMOT — A program on drug overdoses and the heroin problem begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Wilmot High School 11112 308th Ave.
Still sobbing but visibly relieved as she left the courtroom Friday, Erica Duty-Hommes, said she was “glad that justice prevailed” after the jury found Joshua Braithwaite guilty of raping and murdering her daughter, Lashe Zalar, 20, two years ago.
Lashe Zalar’s family and friends reacted with tearful joy Friday after a Kenosha County jury found Joshua Braithwaite guilty on all counts in her rape and murder two years ago.
KENOSHA — Isabella A. Belotti will give a vocal recital at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Woman’s Club, 6028 Eighth Ave.
Delayed response time by Kenosha Fire Department medical personnel for a possible heart attack has re-ignited the call for another ambulance at a north-side firehouse.
Whether and how much the Kenosha Fire Department should spend to fund additional equipment, greater staffing, a new fire station and where to deploy personnel or equipment are matters for public debate by city aldermen as representatives of local taxpayers, Fire Chief John Thomsen says.
During the winter of 2007, a husband and wife had an argument that became physical when the husband struck the wife in the face, shattering her left eye socket. A neighbor called the police about the loud arguing she heard coming from next door. Had she known about the physical abuse, the neighbor would have also called for a rescue squad.
A trial is expected to begin Monday for one of the three men accused of the April 2013 fatal shooting of two men in a backyard.
Local residents victimized by an alarming number of recent vehicle break-ins could soon receive good news from the Kenosha Police Department.
Randall native and Wilmot High School graduate Craig Beinecke and his business partners are urging people to “think twice before using rice” to dry out wet electronics.