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WGTD May 24, 2018

The two teenagers who were involved in a fatal one-car crash in Somers early Wednesday morning have been identified as brothers. 18-year-old Cameron Nahf (pictured) died at the scene---and---his 16-year-old brother---Caden--- is in serious condition at Children’s... Read More

WGTD May 23, 2018

Somers---Two teenagers were involved in a fatal one-car crash in Somers early this morning. An 18-year-old boy is dead---and---a 16-year-old boy is in serious condition at Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee. The accident happened just after 7:30 Wednesday morning on... Read More

WGTD May 23, 2018

Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave's fourth State of the County address---last night---started out emphasizing all that's happened with economic development---in a short amount of time---led---of course---by Foxconn.  But, he took note of the importance of local... Read More

WGTD May 23, 2018

The Kenosha Unified School Board got a briefing--last night---on the District's request for nearly $900-thousand dollars in grant funding---from the state---to enhance school safety. $100-million dollars is available state-wide through the School Safety Bill signed by... Read More

WGTD May 19, 2018

Williams Bay--Hundreds of people from the Geneva Lakes area and as far away as Chicago came out to a public meeting Friday night to speak their concerns and ideas for saving the University of Chicago's Yerkes Observatory in Walworth County.

In its heyday Yerkes... Read More

WGTD May 18, 2018

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Kenosha---In a ruling issued Friday, the woman who killed her ex-boyfriend in a plot hatched thousands of miles away in Hawaii will be allowed to claim self-defense.

In a victory for the defense, Judge Jody Meiers said "minimally... Read More

WGTD May 17, 2018

Presidential historian Jon Meacham is this year's commencement speaker at Carthage. The day before--Saturday, May 26th--Meacham will give a public presentation centered around his new book, "The Soul of America." 

Meacham argues that President Trump's demagogic... Read More

WGTD May 16, 2018

Roys, Walker Spar Over Whether State Should Protect Landowners

A Democratic candidate for Wisconsin governor says she doesn't like the pressure being put on some homeowners to sell their property for the Foxconn project in Racine County. Kelda... Read More