An investigation into animal neglect at a Kenosha County farm shifted to a second location Saturday, with 30 additional dead calves found at a Paris farm.
BURLINGTON — Gina Diliberti typically creates sculpture from ice, but Saturday she was working with a more fragrant medium.
To kick off the Memorial Day weekend, “A Tribute to Our Veterans,” a display honoring Kenosha County’s fallen, wounded and still-standing service members, was unveiled at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Kenosha History Center, 220 51st Place on Simmons Island.
A crash in Paddock Lake Friday just after 8:30 a.m. injured a motorcyclist.
SOMERS — On a day of reflection and celebration, the Shoreland Lutheran High School class of 2015 gave into the pomp and circumstance of the graduation ceremony Saturday morning, but once outside, it was all selfies and photo bombs.
It was a small but determined group that made their voices heard against genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Kenosha’s third annual March Against Monsanto.
Kenosha Unified School District Superintendent Sue Savaglio-Jarvis is in the middle of developing a strategic plan for the district while navigating the evolving state budget landscape.
A crash left a man and a woman seriously injured and shut down a portion of Sheridan Road about 9 p.m. Friday.
As the investigation into the cause of the Salmonella outbreak that sickened more than 60 people continues, the Kenosha County Division of Health is reaching out to the latino religious community.
BRIGHTON — The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a case of alleged animal abuse at a farm on Highway 75 in Brighton.
A 24-year-old Kenosha woman was charged with prostitution and drug possession on Friday after an undercover sting at a local hotel earlier this week.
In the Wizard of Oz, the Scarecrow advises Dorothy which way to take at a crossroads, as he points simultaneously in opposite directions.
As promised, free, outdoor public Wi-Fi access to cover Kenosha’s lakefront and downtown areas will go online today.
TWIN LAKES — A new Twin Lakes police chief could be named as early as next week, Village Administrator Jennifer Frederick said Friday.
A local dermatologist who turned in his patients while working as a federal drug informant is coming under the scrutiny of the state’s Medical Examining Board, after a complaint was filed saying his behavior was unethical.
When the doors open Saturday morning at Cardinali’s Golden Krust Bakery, a Kenosha tradtion comes back to life.
Local residents seeking information on what to do during an emergency or a natural disaster could soon have a mobile application available at their fingertips.