Another trip to Springfield, Mo., and a date with the defending national champions suits the UW-Parkside men’s basketball team and coach Luke Reigel just fine.
Skiers and snowboarders were able to fly high at Wilmot Mountain over the weekend without fear of serious injury thanks to U.S. AirBag.
Polling place chairwoman Lorraine Fernandes works to ensure that every voter walking into the polling place at the Kenosha Public Museum is treated fairly and courteously.
For Seth Bayles and his family, it would be easy to get lost in pain.
The Kenosha Police Department has spent the last two years building up followers, friends and likes on its Facebook page while not only adapting to the modern changes in the job of law enforcement, but also taking advantage of the benefits it has to offer.
The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department in recent months has evolved its Facebook page into a daily project to keep it updated, keep it moving and keep its followers’ interest, Kenosha County Sheriff’s Sgt. Bill Beth said.
As seasonal temperatures melted snow outside the Kenosha Expo Saturday, Carol Struthers was inside looking for businesses to help her with her water woes.
More than 300 Boy Scouts from Kenosha, Racine and Milwaukee counties, earned merit badges during Saturday’s fourth annual Merit Badge Tech Day.
Mahone Middle School student Emme Smith hustled down the hallway at Indian Trail High School and Academy Saturday afternoon, carrying a bass that was taller than her.
In his last ministry, the Rev. Jeffrey Halldorson served lattes along with the Lord’s blessings. Literally.
KENOSHA — The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team’s payback tour is off to a rollicking start.
If you thought you saw a dog sled whipping through the snow along Roosevelt Road in Kenosha Friday morning, don’t worry. You weren’t imagining things.
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside explores a complex coming-of-age story driven by love, survival and coming to terms with the past in a play shadowed by dark themes and difficult topics.
The H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art at Carthage College incorporates natural movements in its most recent exhibit featuring three artists.
Before the event was to begin, a couple Carthage College staff and students announced the winners of a raffle. It took the winners quite a while to walk from the crowd to the makeshift stage, but not because of the distance between them.
PARIS — A 35-year-old Paddock Lake man was seriously injured Thursday afternoon after crashing his car into the rear of a stopped school bus on Highway 45 just south of Highway 142.
When Kenosha History Center Executive Director Don Shepard walked into the museum on the morning of Feb. 5, he almost could have chilled a tray of ice cubes in the Rambler Gallery without the aid of a freezer. It was 34 degrees in the huge space.