The professor subjected the student to "a sexually hostile environment so severe and pervasive that it deprived her of the educational opportunities and benefits" of attending UW-Oshkosh.
A woman who was angry that her 11-year-old daughter was resisting leaving the Bristol Renaissance Faire allegedly battered the girl, then head-butted a bystander who tried to intervene and a security guard who came to the bystander’s aid.
Insurance Commissioner Mark Afable announced on Monday the state's annual rates would decrease by about 9% starting in October.
The agency sent a letter Monday to 125 municipal utilities encouraging them to begin sampling water flowing into and out of the plants for highly fluorinated compounds known as PFAS in an effort to understand how and where the chemicals find their way into drinking water.
RANDALL — The exodus of Country Thunder fans — some more mud-splattered than others — was as slow as a southern drawl Monday after four days of living the lyrics of any number of country songs.
DOVER — Two brothers turned themselves into law enforcement Friday after the drone they were flying reportedly interfered with Flight for Life helicopters responding to a crash on Thursday night.
Goodwill Industries seeks volunteers guardians
A man who drowned in Lake Michigan off the beach at Eichelman Park Friday was identified as 32-year-old Christopher Franklin of Kenosha.
CALEDONIA — Caledonia Police are seeking help to identify four suspects who were reportedly involved in a road rage incident on Sunday that involved the victim being attacked and hit with a stun gun.
What appeared to be a beautiful day for the beach Monday was nixed by high waves and strong currents along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
PADDOCK LAKE — The Western Kenosha County Tennis Association’s sixth annual 24-hour tennis “Rally for Life” will begin at 1 p.m. Friday at the Central High School tennis courts.
Parts of Wisconsin continue to recover from destructive weekend storms that included up to nine tornadoes Friday night into Saturday morning.
The fourth annual Midwest Fire Fest continues to grow and expand public art in Cambridge.
There is hope and optimism, but not certainty, that bipartisanship can continue, and perhaps grow, on one of the state's most vexing, human-needs challenges.
A heat wave is when the daily maximum temperature for more than five consecutive days exceeds the average maximum temperature by 9 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
BRISTOL — Sugar snap peas hang onto a ladder in the center of a raised garden bed partially lined with hot-pink petunias and salvias.
Editor’s note: Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who has recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.
TREVOR — Visitors and residents had a chance to relive history Sunday at the annual open house of the Western Kenosha County Historical Society and 1880s schoolhouse.
Selah Freedom, a Florida-based charity organization with a mission to end sex trafficking, plans to open its Kenosha safe house in late September.
Tyler and Deleen Nehls’ patriotism is hard to miss.
Almost two decades ago when Scott Greuel entered the workforce, the idea of becoming a low voltage technician really appealed to him.
RACINE — A 39-year-old Racine man was shot in the head just after 3 a.m. Sunday and died the same day at Froedtert Hospital of Wauwatosa, according to Racine police.According to Racine Police Sgt. Adam Malacara, at 3:06 a.m. Racine Police responded to the 1900 block of Mead Street for a repo…
DOVER — It was a “chaotic” scene at the intersection of Highway J and Highway 11 on Thursday night, where a crash involving a minivan and a pickup truck left several people injured.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that St. Croix County dispatchers got a call moments before the crash about a fallen stop sign on County Road T. They are investigating that report.
Heavy rain and fierce winds downed trees, damaged buildings and left tens of thousands of people without power in Wisconsin on Saturday as a heat warning remained in effect for parts of the state.
It’s been a rewarding summer for Carthage College Professor Eduardo Garcia-Novelli and the Carthage Choir.
It’s safe to say our Kenosha Kingfish are not enjoying an all-star year.
Recently a contingent of university professors came on a central city Kenosha tour, hosted by a neighborhood group.
The Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is drumming up another year of fun at the 3rd annual Tribute Island with help from a $12,565 Year-3 Joint Effort Marketing (JEM) grant from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism.
In one of his most incredible athletic achievements — and he had many — Bo Jackson, then playing outfield for the Kansas City Royals, fired an absolute missile from the warning track to home plate to improbably nab the Seattle Mariners’ speedy Harold Reynolds.
RANDALL — As County Thunder makes it rounds each year throughout the United States and Canada, there is one stop unlike any other.
Rat Salad, Killmister and Peephole might not be for everyone.
A 32-year-old man drowned in Lake Michigan at the beach near Eichelman Park around 6:30 p.m. Friday, according to the Kenosha Police Department.
The American Red Cross of Wisconsin planned to open a shelter at the Alliant Center at 5 p.m. with dinner and a couple hundred cots available to those in the area affected by the extreme heat and power outage.
Power went out Friday morning at Capitol Lakes, affecting some 100 residents.
Since the office started roughly three years ago, it has approved two charter schools.
Most restaurants and shops on the lower half of State Street, closer to the UW-Madison campus, were spared the inconvenience of an outage. But businesses nearer the Capitol weren't so lucky.
As the country celebrates the 50th anniversary of men landing on the moon, a Bristol native is studying the fruits of America’s moon missions.
LOS ANGELES — Kenosha native Laura (Kaeppeler) Fleiss, who reigned as Miss America in 2012, is claiming her estranged husband Mike Fleiss verbally and physically abused her before he filed for divorce recently.
Man allegedly threatens to shoot neighbor, dog after pet walks on his lawn
Two of the suspects in a “flash mob” retail theft at North Face in Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets are in custody in Kenosha County Jail and a third was arrested in Indiana.
When will electric cars no longer be a novelty item for early adopters? We may already be closer than you think.
This story first appeared on the Kenosha News Facebook page and on kenoshanews.com and generated hundreds of comments in reaction.
It’s seldom easy taking a pet to the veterinarian’s office.
John M. Hogan III
Roughly one-third of teenagers have summer jobs, according to the Pew Research Center. Some of these jobs may make you very familiar with the letters “SPF.” But every working student should know a different abbreviation to avoid getting burned: EFC.
Bob Rohrman Kenosha Nissan recently donated $5,000 to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 185 in Kenosha.
MILWAUKEE — The potential increase in frequency along the Amtrak Hiawatha line could have a big impact for area riders and business.