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.
SOMERS — Recipe for a fine day in early spring: a walk in a nature preserve capped off with a cup of maple syrup over shaved ice.
The body of a woman was discovered on the rocks just south of the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave. Saturday afternoon.
The expressions on their faces said it all.
Kenosha Police are on alert after a second suspected case of child enticement was reported on Friday.
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.
Authorities seek inmate who left work-release site
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.
Kindness garden grows at Brighton School
Roots touch up
The Yard Waste/Brush Drop-Off Site, 4071 88th Ave., will be open for the season April 1.
While many people picture a stranger luring a child into a car when they think about sexual abuse, the reality is that in most cases children are assaulted by a trusted family member or friend.
What once was a large structure of ice walls, slides, tunnels and fountains has been reduced to a massive pile of ice.
SOMERS — For decades, Charlie Sykes’ name was synonymous with conservatism — a reality perhaps best accentuated by his top-rated, long-running radio program in Milwaukee.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church bells tolled 50 times Thursday night coinciding with the victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand a week ago.
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.
Gateway Technical College’s $6.5 million project to expand the SC Johnson Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Center in Sturtevant is on schedule is and expected to be completed in time for the start of fall semester classes in August.
A drunken driver is alleged to have nearly run down a pedestrian — twice — after driving down a sidewalk and through a Kenosha yard.
Kenosha County supervisor Dennis Elverman said this week he is “a little bit conflicted” over the scope of the Highway KR expansion plan.
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.
A Trevor man accused of shooting and killing two brothers outside a Twin Lakes bar is expected to go to trial April 9.
A car left in a no-parking zone on Fisherman’s Drive in HarborPark has led to a search for a missing woman who police believe is in danger.
PADDOCK LAKE — Who can resist a puppy?
For sexual assault victims, speaking to police after reporting their assault can be traumatic.
Kenosha Unified School District alerted families to an attempted child enticement incident at a bus stop Wednesday evening.
Today’s Update: The status of the intersection of Highway KR at the east frontage road at I-94.
More than 1,500 families were helped by Goodfellows Kenosha Christmas Charities last year.
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.
Democratic candidates Tip McGuire of Somers, Gina Walkington of Bristol and Spencer Zimmerman of Janesville fielded a wide array of questions during a forum at Gateway’s Madrigrano Auditorium Wednesday night.
A Racine man is being held on $25,000 bond, accused of taking part in a violent home invasion.
The trial is being pushed back for a former firefighter accused of trying to kill his aunt in a series of arson fires.
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.
An interfaith vigil will take place Thursday to mourn those killed in last week’s mosque shootings in New Zealand.
The Upper School students at Christian Life School were recently privileged to be a part of a unique experience — the adoption celebration of one of their own.
When it comes to culinary competition, Kenosha takes the cake — as well as the cupcakes, pies and doughnuts.
Three Kenosha students and a Wheatland Center teacher have been honored by the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation.
SALEM LAKES — Village Board members are divided on whether to allow fireworks vendors to operate out of tents.
Emine Aliji, Bella Nesci, Isabel Kessler and Eydie Furnett didn’t always think of themselves as leaders.
Ring Road will now officially be called Calabria Way.
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.
The Kenosha Police and Fire Commission on Tuesday upheld the termination of a police sergeant convicted of drunken driving.
WILMOT — “Screens for Teens,” a project of the Wisconsin Film Festival, will take place Thursday at Wilmot High School, 11112 308th Ave.
A Racine County Circuit Court judge has rejected a petition for a special prosecutor to investigate the 2004 shooting death of Michael E. Bell, finding “there are no crimes that can be charged and effectively prosecuted.”
PLEASANT PRAIRIE — After months of contention and re-evaluation, the conceptual plan for a residential development calling for a mix of single-family homes and apartments was unanimously approved Monday by the Village Board.
NEW MUNSTER — The Fox River crested at a height below predicted flood stage levels and a half-day earlier than expected, according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.
UNION GROVE — A Racine County Sheriff’s deputy is being commended by his department for saving a man from a burning Union Grove home Monday.
The Kenosha City Council has unanimously approved an application seeking Community Development Investment Grant funds from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation for the Barden’s department store building project.
An 18-year-old handling an AR-15 rifle accidentally shot a 15-year-old boy, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday.
Construction remains on schedule and within budget for Kenosha’s newest fire station.
Despite the bitter cold and heavy snowfall that blanketed the region last month, real estate sales in Kenosha and Racine counties outperformed sales for the same month a year ago.
A Trevor teenager is being held on a $15,000 bond, charged with a felony after he reportedly filmed himself groping a girl who was asleep.