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Racine Co. Exec. Delagrave: County at a Crossroads

May 28, 2024 8:10p 

(WGTD)----Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave used his annual ‘state of the county’ address Tuesday night to sound some warning bells.

Fatal Shooting in Kenosha Monday Evening; Suspect in Custody

May 28, 2024 3:45p

(WGTD)---A boy in his teens was shot and killed in Kenosha Monday night. Another teenager is in custody.

New Manufacturing-Related Program Offered by Carthage

May 27, 2024 12:30p

(WGTD)---Carthage College is launching a two-track program that’s designed to support local manufacturing.

KUSD Operational Referendum in the Wind

If approved by the school board, the question could be on the ballot in November. 

'Grooming' Prevention Policy and Rules Proposed in KUSD

Drafted in response to a recent incident. 

Strategizing Ways to Reduce Violence

May 24, 2024 8;30p 

(WGTD)---A lock ‘em up approach alone won’t solve Racine’s violent crime problem. That’s the view of John Tate, the former Racine alderman who currently heads the new Department of Community Safety.

Verdant Developer Eyeing Another Building

May 24, 2024 8p

(WGTD)---The company that turned a vacant downtown Racine department store into an 80-room luxury hotel complete with a restaurant and a rooftop lounge is tackling another project.

Public Craft Brewing in Kenosha Lives Thanks to a Buy-Out

May 24, 2024 7:10p

(WGTD)---Staving off bankruptcy, Kenosha's oldest craft brewer has sold the business to a Milwaukee brewing company. 

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