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WGTD March 25, 2017

Kenosha---The non-profit that specializes in helping the hard-core homeless seems eager to show it can be better neighbors.

First Step isn’t waiting for an anticipated contentious battle over license renewal to hit the floor of the city’s License and Permit... Read More

WGTD March 25, 2017

Gov. Walker wants all public school teachers in Wisconsin to pay at least 12% of the cost of their health insurance. Problem is…school districts don’t know what that exactly means.

Walker’s proposal is included in his recently-unveiled budget. Under the measure,... Read More

WGTD March 23, 2017

Kenosha---First Step, the low-barrier shelter that deals with the difficult-to-help portion of the homeless population, could become eligible to receive some financial assistance from Kenosha County. But Human Services Director John Jansen tells WGTD there’d be no blank... Read More

WGTD March 23, 2017

Kenosha---The cynics may be proven wrong after all. Following a narrow escape from the wrecking ball a few years ago, it appears more and more likely that the former Elk’s Club building will be salvaged and turned into a boutique hotel.

The top architect at Gorman... Read More

WGTD March 23, 2017

Kenosha---If all goes as planned, a wing at Gateway Technical College will soon look more like a floor in a hospital than in a college.

This summer Gateway will move the nursing program that's currently housed in the Academic building on campus into the 1st floor... Read More

WGTD March 23, 2017

Updated 3-23- 10:30p 

They're calling it a sweet deal. The German manufacturer of "GoldBear" gummi candies plans to build a $242 million plant along I-94 in Pleasant Prairie that'll employee 400.

HARIBO is expected to be the first tenant in a new... Read More

WGTD March 21, 2017

Kenosha---A proposal that would change the way in which the city deals with feral cats has turned into a controversial issue. The city council voted narrowly Monday night to put off the matter for a month.

The measure would authorize the Safe Harbor Humane Society... Read More

wpr.org March 20, 2017

Workers Cite Hostility; Dairy Farmers Raise Wages To Keep Mexican, Central American Employees

(WPR)---Twenty-six-year-old Rosa Jiménez and her husband, Manuel, 36, used to do the grocery shopping together. They would take the kids and make a day... Read More