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WGTD January 19, 2017

Kenosha---Additional details have been released on Aurora Health Care's plan to establish a new campus in the southwest quadrant of I-94 and 60th St. 

Construction on an outpatient surgery center and a three-story professional office building is expected to begin... Read More January 19, 2017

Report Finds Millennials Are Worse Off Financially Than Their Parents Were At The Same Age

(WPR)---Among the issues Michelle Obama targeted during her tenure as first lady, improving access to higher education was at the top of the docket. Her... Read More January 19, 2017

Budget Experts Warn Against Cut Based On Revenue Estimates 

(WPR)---State Assembly Republicans are proposing a $300 million tax cut in response to increased state revenue estimates, even as budget expert warn against such action.

Assembly... Read More

WGTD January 19, 2017

So what kind of uncle is that!?

Well, it's one who also has a son in the game, except Jake Matthews plays for Atlanta.

Clay's uncle (and Jake's father), Bruce Matthews, was Greg Berg's guest for 50 minutes on Thursday's Morning Show.

It almost seems... Read More

WGTD January 19, 2017

In a move of reconciliation---and to clear up a quasi-mystery---the First United Methodist Church---in Kenosha---is welcoming back a pastor who was fired 35 years ago because he was gay. While the United Methodist Church embraces gay members---it prohibits gay clergy.... Read More

WGTD January 19, 2017

Racine---The proposed $4.6 million county-funded, forgivable loan to help pay for a new headquarters and lab for Racine-based InSinkErator is predicated on job retention, not creation, according to statements made just before a pair of county board committees recommended... Read More

WGTD January 17, 2017

Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave isn’t making any apologies for the size of the forgivable loan that he’s proposing for InSinkEerator.

The Racine-based company has announced plans to build a new $24 million headquarters and lab facility in Mt. Pleasant... Read More

WGTD January 16, 2017

Racine-based InSinkErator plans to expand in Racine County.

About 170 engineers and professional staff will break away from the company’s main facility on 21st Street and move into a new $24 million building to go up in Mt. Pleasant east of I-94 and south of... Read More