Well, it was nice while it lasted.
Man in critical condition after early Thursday incident in Downtown Kenosha; Racine Sheriff investigating
A man is in critical condition after Kenosha Police responded to a person-in-crisis call in Downtown Kenosha Thursday morning.
Former Wisconsin men's hockey standout John Byce talks about the 1990 national championship game in this week's episode.
Rain will be around Thursday and Thursday night, but the chance of severe storms arrives Friday evening. Damaging wind, hail, and flooding could occur in spots. See where these hazards are most likely, when they may occur, and how much snow is expected in our latest forecast.
Kenosha County inaugural law enforcement leaders' summit spurs discussions on opioid crisis, human trafficking, communication among agencies
A summit to address how Kenosha-area law enforcement can collaborate to better serve the public touched on a number of timely topics Wednesday, including the opioid crisis, human trafficking and multi-jurisdictional communications.
The Brewers’ best two starting pitchers and their top returning position player all could become free agents at the end of the 2024 season.
As we get closer to Easter on April 9, egg hunts and other family activities are offered in this area:
Harborside Academy theater teacher Kristen Singer calls the high school’s “Chicago” production “a happy accident.”
Here's a sampling of things we love this week:
It’s been another busy year for Peeps.
For the first time in four years, the smell of soup and sound of slurping filled the Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th St., as the Bowls & Books Soupfest returned for its 20th year.
Law enforcement officers from Chicago and Racine testified Wednesday in the high-profile trial of the Illinois murder suspect accused of shooting a Kenosha County K-9 deputy in the head in Bristol in 2021.
County Board takes first look at long-awaited salary study, with pay increases to attract, retain top workers
Restructuring an outdated pay scale that would increase employee wages for Kenosha County in order to attract and retain high-quality workers could cost approximately $750,000. That was the findings of a long-awaited study presented to the County Board Tuesday night.
Sorrow and sympathy are widespread after mass shootings. But what comes next from policymakers is likely to depend on which political party is in charge of a state.
The old saying goes “Act in haste, repent at leisure.”
The Kenosha Public Library Kids at the Uptown Library project is gaining speed.
KENOSHA — The 20th “Bowls & Books” Soupfest Contest is Wednesday, March 29, at the Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th St. in Downtown Kenosha.
Pretty quiet across the Midwest Wednesday, but that's about to change. A few severe storms could occur Thursday with a lot more expected Friday afternoon and evening. Then the snow moves in. Get an in-depth look at the timing, hazards, and snow amounts in our weather update.
Who was arrested over the weekend? Here are the Kenosha County Jail booking photos for people facing possible felony charges who were booked March 25-27. A defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty and convicted. To follow a specific court case go to: wcca.wicourts.gov and inmate.k…
The prosecution and defense offered opening statements Tuesday in the trial of the Illinois murder suspect accused of shooting a K-9 deputy at a Bristol convenience store in 2021.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE – The Village Board approved a guaranteed maximum price of over $24 million for the new police station with Riley Construction Company during the board's Monday meeting.
A 20-year-old Kenosha man was shot and killed in Milwaukee Monday evening according to published reports.
Recent visitors to the Pleasant Prairie Corner Bakery Cafe, 9250 76th St., found its doors locked and a sign on the door noting the location had closed permanently.
Babies are born, diseases are diagnosed and treated, surgeries are performed, lives are saved. That is the extraordinarily rewarding work we are privileged to do at Froedtert South.
City committee defers action on proposed ordinance to reduce fines for first offense marijuana possession in small amounts
A city panel deferred decisions on a proposed ordinance and resolution that would reduce the fine and bond, respectively, for individuals found in possession of nominal amounts of marijuana.
When the Carthage College Wind Orchestra performs Wednesday night in Siebert Chapel, the clarinet section — including two soloists — will be featured.
Another cold front, more snow Wednesday in southern Wisconsin. Here's the latest on timing and amounts
Warming up Tuesday, but it's not going to last. Another cold front will cool us back down for Wednesday. Find out when snow is expected, how much will fall, and what will happen to temperatures in our updated forecast.
Superintendent James Sebert has previously prohibited rainbows and pride flags from being displayed in Waukesha classrooms and suspended the school district's equity and diversity work in 2021.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Microsoft is looking to enter an agreement to purchase 315 acres of land in Mount Pleasant for $50 million.
Gateway could record $2.4 million in savings from vacant positions in the upcoming 2023-24 school year budget, based on a recent proposal from officials within the technical college.
Bryan Stanley was found not guilty due to mental disease for the February 1985 shooting deaths of three people at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.
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TRIVIA: WANT TO PLAY ALONG?
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