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Double Traffic Fatality in Racine, Firefighters Rescue Two Kids

Mar. 3, 2024 1:45p; Updated at 9:15p with mobile home fire

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2020 Kenosha Riots; Social Justice and Discrimination Issues at the Forefront of a Mayoral Forum

Mar. 2, 2024 7:30p

(WGTD)---Insightful responses and subtle differences highlighted the first forum between the two candidates that survived the Feb. 20th nine-way primary for Kenosha mayor.

Kenosha State Representative to Retire

Mar. 2, 2024 6:30p

(WGTD)---State Representative Tod Ohnstad will step down when his term expires at the end of the year. 

The 71-year-old Kenosha Democrat made the announcement Saturday morning. 

Kenosha Area Leader Dies Unexpectedly

Mar. 2, 2024 6:15p

(WGTD)---A long-time, Kenosha labor leader who wore many hats over the years died unexpectedly at his home overnight. 

Ron Frederick was 91.  

Huge Crowd Marks the Official Beginning of the Shalom Center's Hope Hub

Mar. 1, 2024 5p

(WGTD)---A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Shalom Center Friday for the 10,500 sq. ft. addition that is enabling Kenosha's main shelter for the homeless to add services.

A Pair of Downtown Kenosha Apartment Buildings to be Reviewed by Plan Commission

Mar. 1, 2024 4:30p

(WGTD)---There are new developments to report in Kenosha's slow-moving downtown redevelopment plan. 

The Plan Commission will consider not one but two proposed apartment buildings.

Kenosha County ADRC Breaks Myths, Provides the ABC's on Alzheimer's and Related Dementia's

The ADRC of Kenosha County stresses the importance of undergoing a memory screen. (Watch Video)

All 444 Challenged Books Returned to Elkhorn Area School District Libraries

Some books put on restricted use list, parental consent necessary in some cases

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