Providing public employee salaries in an online database allows citizens to act as a watchdog on government spending.
Christopher Orozco knew what he did was wrong and he could not bring his friend back.
If no home is complete without some artwork, Amazon’s fulfillment center has a head start on making its newest fulfillment center complete.
LAKE GENEVA — By mid-afternoon Thursday, what started as giant cylinders of snow began to take on mystical, geometric and abstract forms in Riviera Park.
A Kenosha Unified School Board member hopes a tudent advisory council he is proposing would give high school kids a stronger voice in district policy.
Most western Kenosha County schools are not rural enough to fully benefit from 2015-17 budget provisions introduced by State Superintendent of Schools Tony Evers as part of the “Investing in Rural Schools” package.
A 29-year-old Kenosha man is charged in the Jan. 22 robbery at Johnson Bank, 2729 18th St.
A local coffee shop reopened on Thursday after two straight water main breaks temporarily shut down the business.
WHEATLAND — The Wheatland Center School Board approved a resolution Wednesday opposing plans by American Transmission Company to install transmission lines along school property on Highway O.
KENOSHA — A six-week program for caregivers is being offered twice starting next month.
MADISON — Kenosha casino supporters are not ready to take no for an answer.
Despite a request from 10 Wisconsin legislators, Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday he will not reconsider his decision to deny a Kenosha casino.
Jurors acquitted a former University of Wisconsin-Parkside basketball recruit of sexually assaulting a fellow student in September 2013.
Prosecutors had a rough day in Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder’s courtroom earlier this week, when the judge took them to task for a host of deficiencies — problems District Attorney Robert Zapf chalked up to a overly busy schedule and an understaffed office.
Two Nevada children believed to be kidnapped were found by Pleasant Prairie Police just after 1 a.m. Wednesday at an apartment complex in the 7800 block of 88th Avenue, according to Pleasant Prairie Chief David Smetana.
“Horrifying” was how Patty described the assault.
A 48-year-old Bristol man had what authorities called a “medical event” when he lost consciousness in a running vehicle Wednesday morning at Woodman’s, 7145 120th Ave.
The day after Holocaust survivors gathered to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Nesse Godin remembered her own liberation.
Meijer will open its Kenosha supercenter at 7701 Green Bay Road in June, the retailer announced Wednesday.
RANDALL — The Cat’s Pajamas Vocal Band will perform at 7 p.m. Friday at Randall Consolidated School, 37101 87th St., as part of its annual Music in Schools Tour.