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Court: State troopers can stop drivers for littering
STEVE LUND: Reasons to be thankful
Time for nominations for Person of the Year
OUR VIEW: Garbage day returns to Brighton
Rejuvenating the shrub border
Pastafarian gets to wear strainer on head in license photo
Unified’s discipline process needs review
Murder suspect has history of insanity acquittals
Wirch pushes legislation for better rail safety
Third candidate joins mayoral race
Ex-Tremper star facing felony drug charges
Committee seeks money to resurface Kennedy Drive
Man given 30 years for attacking wife outside store
New downtown mural features icon of Kenosha’s past
Obregon enters not-guilty pleas; stolen vehicles to be returned

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    Somers OKs changes to voting wards


    SOMERS — The village and town boards unanimously approved changes to voting wards in their municipalities in the event of possible annexation of the remaining town.

    News briefs: Police seek robber of north-side bank

    A bank inside a north-side grocery store was robbed Wednesday.

    Bogdala defends attempt to reduce tax levy


    Ald. David Bogdala said Wednesday he wasn’t nitpicking the 2016 budget initially proposed by Mayor Keith Bosman before being amended by aldermen and approved earlier this week by the City Council.

    Obregon mother sentenced to year of probation


    Andrew Obregon’s mother was given one year of probation Wednesday for the help she provided him while he was evading capture for the killing of Tywon Anderson.

    New program seeks to subdue opiate cravings

    Kenosha County will offer a new program in 2016 that offers an injectable monthly medication to select individuals to reduce alcohol and opiate cravings.

    Newly released video shows Obregon chase


    The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department has released video of the first attempt by deputies to locate Andrew Obregon last month, and the 911 call by the woman who reported that he punched her and stole her car shortly before his capture.

    Prosecutors: Deaths linked to Zelich were premeditated


    Prosecutors have put forward a new, more sinister theory connecting the deaths of Jenny Gamez and Laura Simonson, the two women whose bodies were found stuffed in suitcases and dumped outside Lake Geneva.

    Police called after heated exchange at School Board meeting

    A tense Kenosha Unified School Board meeting ended with police being called after an angry exchange between a board member and another member’s husband.

    Snyder: Different vibe this Thanksgiving


    Happy Thanksgiving.

    Somers approves 2016 budget

    SOMERS — The village and town boards approved a 2016 budget Tuesday that includes $500,000 for road maintenance and $27,000 for a needs-assessment study for fire services.

    KEA votes to recertify

    Kenosha teachers have voted to recertify their union.

    One airlifted after Highway 50 crash


    One person was airlifted to a Milwaukee-area hospital after a two-car crash just before 6 p.m. Tuesday in the 5700 block of Highway 50.

    Council approves 2016 budget with small tax levy hike

    By a 12-5 vote Tuesday night, Kenosha’s City Council approved a $61,575,000 property tax levy as part of the 2016 budget, a 2.36 percent increase from this year.

    Local merchants gear up for Small Business Saturday


    Kenosha County merchants are hoping local residents do more of their holiday shopping downtown and with local merchants during the annual national Small Business Saturday this weekend.

    Police seek information on possible abductions

    With two men charged recently with attempted kidnapping for three separate incidents, Kenosha police wonder if there might be other women or teenage girls who had similar experiences but did not report them.

    Officers rescue toddler from vent

    Kenosha police officers rescued a toddler who fell through a vent opening in the floor of a home at 5907 18th Ave. Tuesday afternoon.

    Briefs: Holiday to delay trash pickup

    There will be no curbside garbage, recycling, brush, yard waste, tire, TV, or bulk collection on Thursday in Kenosha, city officials have announced.

    Homeroom: Cupcake wars at Indian Trail


    Indian Trail High School and Academy's culinary arts students recently made creative, edible displays for a cupcake wars competition.

    Brighton dump site reopens Saturday


    BRIGHTON — After less than a year of curbside pickup, Brighton residents will return to the garbage dump Saturday.

    Veterinarian loan repayment aids rural areas

    Farmers in western Kenosha County may benefit as 28 Wisconsin counties, including Walworth, previously underserved by veterinarians, will get help as the result of a federal program administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

    News briefs: Man gets five years for imprisoning woman

    A Kenosha man charged with battery, sexual assault and 19 other crimes after he was accused in March of holding a woman captive overnight has been sentenced to prison.

    Deer season hits midway point


    MADISON — The harvest during opening weekend of Wisconsin’s gun deer season was up considerably from 2014, although the state did suffer its first firearm-related fatality during the season in three years. Another fatality occurred Monday evening.