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Kenosha police arrested a man accused of making threats to kill a woman during an argument at a home in Prairie Lake Estates Wednesday night.

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A Kenosha man's oddly-parked vehicle led police to arrest him on a fourth drunken driving offense while he was at a local animal shelter to pick up his puppy on Thursday.

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SOMERS — A woman suffered suspected minor injuries in a two-car collision that occurred in the 1400 block of Sheridan Road late Friday, according to a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department report.

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Every weekday at 1 p.m. in a small locked courtroom in Kenosha, one person after another sits before a court commissioner for their first appearance after being charged with a crime.

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The body of a woman was discovered on the rocks just south of the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave. Saturday afternoon.

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tg’s Restaurant & Pub, a decades-old eatery that has served noted politicians and celebrities through the years in Kenosha’s Harborside neighborhood, has new owners.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday turned over his long-awaited final report on the contentious Russia investigation that has cast a dark shadow over Donald Trump’s presidency, entangled Trump’s family and resulted in criminal charges against some of the president’s c…

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More than 60 people turned out at Gateway Technical College in Kenosha Friday morning for an advocacy forum on the proposed 2019-21 Wisconsin state budget and its effects on elders, people with disabilities, those with mental illness and caregivers.

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The Yard Waste/Brush Drop-Off Site, 4071 88th Ave., will be open for the season April 1.

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Centrisys Corporation founder and Chief Executive Officer Michael Kopper and wife Michele Whitfield donated $2.85 million to the Gateway Technical College Foundation to support scholarships for students in engineering and manufacturing-related programs.

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TREVOR — Although you likely won’t see any rockets going up to space anytime soon in the Trevor, a small business there is still making their mark in space.

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Today’s Update: The status of the intersection of Highway KR at the east frontage road at I-94.

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Knowing that preparedness can be the key to saving lives, more than 100 teachers at both Tremper and Indian Trail high schools recently participated in a voluntary Stop the Bleed first responder bleeding control training with the help of certified instructors from the Froedtert South Trauma team.

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The Kenosha Unified School Board voted 6-0 to reduce the percentage of heath care premium contributions paid by its largest employee group, which includes union-represented teachers and nonrepresented administrators, at a special meeting Wednesday night.

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A Kenosha man who investigators said was in the middle of downloading child pornography when they served a search warrant on his home pleaded guilty Wednesday.

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The Salem Lakes Village Board is considering a less-restrictive chicken-keeping ordinance after more than 25 people — from toddlers to senior citizens — showed their support for such an ordinance Monday night.