The start of the school year is typically filled with hopes and anticipation as parents get ready to send their youngsters off to class.
The marquee outside the iconic building at 3615 Washington Road no longer bears the red-and-white letters proclaiming it the home of United Auto Workers Local 72.
Just before the Wisconsin Elections Commission would meet last Tuesday, a stunning memo became public and was a call to action to tighten election security in a state with razor-close elections every cycle.
Mass shootings have become alarmingly frequent in the United States, but after three in an eight-day period, and two in less than 24 hours, there’s a renewed call for action.
As fairs go, the Kenosha County Fair does well with its mix of farm animals, entertainment, carnival, demolition derbies and food.
It was a snapshot of partisan gridlock, our weekly roll call report of key votes in Washington.
In the state capital, they are trying to save the world, one straw at a time.
Downtown Kenosha is coming off the highly successful Tall Ships Festival with great momentum.
Policymakers at all levels use the problems small businesses face as a key talking point during political debates. But new opinion polling in Wisconsin reveals small business owners feel their government officials don’t fully understand their challenges, and they support a wide array of poli…
I know nobody wants to admit it but the death of slowpitch softball in Kenosha is upon us.
On Aug. 2, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with counterparts from Japan and South Korea.
Many couples are choosing to start families later in life compared to their parents and grandparents.
They say you don’t know what you’ve got until you lose it. Sometimes, you don’t know what you’re missing until it finds you again.
For decades, Big Pharma has raised drug prices with impunity. Here in Wisconsin, the average annual cost of brand name prescription drug treatment increased 58 percent between 2012 and 2017, while the annual income for Wisconsin residents increased only 12.9 percent. Prescription drugs don’t…
On July 26, government sources in Japan revealed planning for the foreign ministers of that country, China and South Korea to meet, probably in August. This follows Japan hosting the G20 summit of the major nations of the world in late June and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the United…
When looking at the performance of our health care “system,” America does worse than dozens of nations. We’re the only developed country that does not guarantee health care for our people, with roughly 30 million uninsured.