Providing public employee salaries in an online database allows citizens to act as a watchdog on government spending.
The search has been called off for a man who presumably drowned off Kenosha’s North Pier Monday evening.
One motorcyclist was killed and another was injured in a pair of crashes that occurred within hours of each other on 52nd Street.
When Don and Dorothy Spease decide it’s a nice day to wash their cars, it becomes quite a chore.
A small hardware store in Kenosha is closing its doors.
Recent sunny weather and higher temperatures have helped ripen Kenosha County’s strawberry crop.
A vehicle stopped at a flashing red light was rear-ended by an alleged drunken driver on Sunday.
KENOSHA — A Medicare chat group will meet 3 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services, 7730 Sheridan Road.
The Wisconsin Dental Association’s fifth Mission of Mercy event, where an estimated $1 million in dental care will be donated by dentists and various other volunteers to those in need, is coming to Lake Geneva later this month.
Kenosha County home sales surged in May, jumping more than 37 percent compared with the same month last year, according to data from the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
A man suspected of helping steal cash by watching a man enter his personal identification number at a convenience store, then following him home and robbing him of his ATM card, is in custody, two years after the incident happened.
Anglers woke up at the crack of dawn Sunday for the final fishing tournament at the Kenosha Coho Classic.
A Kenosha man was arrested after he reportedly lied about driving a speeding truck.
Jason Holmes has been attracted to engines since he was young. Now at age 33, he’s a veteran engine machinist at Don’s Auto Parts and Machine Shop, 5515 60th St.
Most Wisconsinites don’t scuba dive. They definitely don’t dive in their living rooms.
KENOSHA — “T-Shirt Transformation” begins at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Southwest Library, 7979 38th Ave.
Local law enforcement agencies are working together to establish a safer boating season this summer.
Kenosha health-care providers are adapting to the new the Affordable Care Act as it slowly phases into practice.
“It’s going to be a little bumpy because we’re disturbing our culture, what we’re used to. When I was young, we used to save the bacon grease in a can. The thing I say is, be easy with each other. Be gentle. Give yourself some room ... The gentler you are with yourself, the more likely you are to get the benefit.”