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Wind Point jogger followed, man arrested: police

WIND POINT, Wis. - The Wind Point Police Department said a man was arrested after allegedly following a female jogger in his van Friday, Sept. 23. The Racine County Sheriff's Office and Caledonia police responded to the area of Lake Meadow and Lighthouse in Wind Point. The jogger said she was being followed by a tan Toyota van.
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Racine County Bar Association to hold memorial service

RACINE — The Racine County Bar Association will conduct a memorial service for three deceased attorneys at 2 pm Thursday, Sept. 29, at the Racine County Courthouse, 730 Wisconsin Ave. Before a massive revision of Wisconsin trial practice effective Jan. 1, 1976, Wisconsin trial judges maintained their own calendars....
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Froedtert South plan spurs concerns, may be best fit in long run

Change is hard — and often unwelcome at first blush. That was well-illustrated last week when Froedtert South announced plans to move the emergency room at Froedert Kenosha Hospital, 6308 Eighth Ave., and convert it to a 24/7 urgent care clinic. The announcement got a hostile reception before the Kenosha City Council.
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Stolen gun transaction leaves Racine man facing jail time

A Racine man could spend the next dozen years behind bars after he allegedly bought a stolen gun. Cyrus Andresen, 23, was charged Sept. 21 in Racine County Circuit Court with a single felony count each of receiving a stolen firearm and bail jumping. If convicted, he faces up to 12 years in prison or up to $20,000 in fines.

Milwaukee County Jail sending inmates awaiting trial to Racine

MILWAUKEE — As a resolution to help with current overcrowding at the Milwaukee County Jail. Milwaukee County is sending some of its inmates awaiting trial to Racine County. The board of supervisors approved that decision this week in a 15-2 vote. A recent report from the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office said in the past, they sent some inmates from the jail to the House of Correction in Franklin, but due to COVID and staffing shortages, that is no longer an option.

Eastern Iowa Workers Continue To Strike After 20 Weeks

On May 1st, 1,000 workers in Burlington, Iowa, and Racine, Wisconsin took to the picket line after labor contract negotiations faltered… that was 20 weeks ago. Fast forward to today and workers are still on strike. But the end could be near as negotiators return to the bargaining table.

Haunted 45-Acre Immersive Experience to Open for Season in Wisconsin

As October crawls closer, preparations for spooky season are ramping up. One event in particular is getting ready to make its seasonal debut in Wisconsin. The Hill Has Eyes, an outdoor immersive experience sprawling 45 acres, will bust its doors open for "thrills, chills and ghastly apparitions" Sept. 30 in Franklin, according to organizers.

Construction starts of $100 million internet network in Kenosha. The privately built network would be the first of its kind in Wisconsin.

Construction has started of a citywide high-speed internet network in Kenosha aimed at offering residents and businesses an alternative to the existing service providers. The privately-funded $100 million project is expected to be completed in 2025 according to its developer, New Jersey-based SiFi Networks. ...

Kenosha Reports Four Overdose Deaths in the Past Week

KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–The Kenosha County Medical Examiner’s Office has responded to four suspected overdose deaths since last week. The recent wave includes two suspected overdose deaths in one night, and two cases over the past weekend. Kenosha County Medical Examiner Patrice Hall said the specific causes of these...

Suspect in custody following standoff in Kenosha

The scene has been cleared near 61st Street and 24th Avenue in Kenosha. Police say a suspect was arrested following a standoff earlier this afternoon. KENOSHA- Kenosha Police deploys SWAT teams near the area of 61st St. and 24th Ave. They’re asking public to avoid the area until dispute is settled.

Kenosha County Sheriff’s Citizens’ Academy taking 2022 applications

Sheriff David Beth and The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department have announced plans for the 2022 Sheriff’s Citizens’ Academy. Classes are held once a week and will begin Wednesday, Oct. 25 through Dec. 7. The Citizens’ Academy is a six-week overview of all aspects of the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department followed by a graduation ceremony.

Important: Campuswide Power Outage Sunday

An overnight car accident on Sheridan Road has damaged an electrical pole that is critical to the College’s electrical service. We Energies has notified us that repairs will require a complete shutdown of campus electricity for up to eight hours. Due to today’s Homecoming activities, We Energies has agreed to delay the repair work until Sunday, Sept. 25. Our maintenance and facilities staff is working hard to prepare for the outage and the return to service.