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WGTD December 10, 2015

We're pleased to unveil our new website. Hopefully you'll find it easier to navigate and more useful in taking advantage of all that WGTD has to offer. 

You'll find that a few things are missing from a typical radio station's website. That's because we've elected... Read More

WGTD February 6, 2016

Lake Geneva---Police say a total of 15 vehicles plunged through thin ice on Geneva Lake Saturday.

Of the 15, five were driven off under their own power while 10 had to be towed and are believed to be total losses, according to a news release Saturday night from... Read More

WGTD February 5, 2016
Carthage College Student singing his opera "Black Septemebr"

Some music students at Carthage College are using opera to teach an important history lesson. A production titled "Black September" debuts in the Siebert Chapel this weekend, with performances both Friday and Saturday nights. David Cole reports....

WGTD February 4, 2016

In Racine Mayor John Dickert’s mind, Milwaukee’s conservative collar communities have done few favors for his city in recent years. And now, with Waukesha coming hat-in-hand looking for support for its water deal, Dickert is reminding them of lost opportunities.  

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WPR February 6, 2016

Chancellor Says $8M Has Been Spent On Retention Since Budget Cuts Took Effect

Friday, February 5, 2016

By The Associated Press    

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has spent at least $8 million since last summer to retain top... Read More

WGTD February 3, 2016

Racine---The City of Racine's first "Unsung Hero Award" has been given to Karri Hemmig

Hemmig founded the Racine Coalition Against Human Trafficking.

At Tuesday night's City Council meeting, Mayor John Dickert  noted that for years, Hemmig worked without... Read More

WGTD February 3, 2016

An expert on suicide who’s scheduled to speak in Racine next week knows the topic from personal experience. As a 19 year-old, Kevin Hines tried to kill himself by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge.

He survived, and has made a career of talking about mental... Read More

WGTD February 2, 2016

From our partners at WRJN: 

The Kenosha City Council voted 11-5 Monday night to approve a new snow removal policy that requires plows to hit all streets after two inches of snow--not four inches.

"When your street is not plowed for four... Read More