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WGTD September 25, 2018
Dr. Sue Savaglio-Jarvis, at "Courageous Conversations Overcoming Racial Bias in Education"

Over 100 people gathered at the Kenosha Civil War Museum Monday Night to discuss racial bias in KUSD schools. The panel discussion, organized by the Coalition for Dismantling Racism among other local groups, featured area leaders including KUSD superintendent Dr. Sue... Read More

WGTD September 25, 2018

(WPR)----Federal Immigration, Customs and Enforcement agents were seen along Madison's East Washington Avenue corridor Tuesday afternoon.

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WGTD September 24, 2018

A Kenosha City Council Committee unanimously voted Monday night to place three life rings along the harbor channel, scene of a drowning earlier this month that claimed the life of a 17 year-old Indian Trail student. Donovan Anderson had jumped in near the lighthouse and... Read More

WGTD September 21, 2018

(WGTD)---In a bid to take advantage of the robust real estate market and the booming economy, the City of Kenosha has launched a formal search for well-heeled and experienced partners that are able and willing to take on a massive downtown redevelopment project that... Read More

WGTD September 21, 2018
Michael Lois (Center), injured

The Elkhorn community is rallying behind one of its brightest football stars. Michael Lois, the 6-foot-4 258 pound standout junior defensive lineman at Elkhorn High School, suffered a serious non-football related injury last weekend. According to scanner activity, Lois... Read More

WGTD September 20, 2018

A convicted sex offender who purportedly cut off his electronic monitoring device after learning that he was being sought for yet another offense has been arrested. 

61 year-old Stephen Smith was picked up at a motel near I-94 and Highway 50 after authorities... Read More

WGTD September 18, 2018

The first homeowner in the state to take advantage of new rules that allow utilities to help property owners foot the cost of removing lead water laterals from in front of their homes has done so.

Selena Mercado of 4703 19th Ave. on the city’s near north side... Read More September 18, 2018

(WPR)---Democrat Tony Evers has opened up a five-point lead over Gov. Scott Walker in the latest Marquette University Law School poll.

The poll of about 600 likely voters from Sept. 12-16, ... Read More