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WGTD May 22, 2017

Racine---Olympia Brown Universalist Church has become the first church in the city to declare itself a “sanctuary support” congregation for undocumented immigrants in danger of deportation.

At a membership meeting Sunday, the congregation voted overwhelmingly to... Read More

WGTD May 22, 2017

All this week (May 22 - 26) we are featuring Julie LeDuc from Kenosha. Julie is a professional violinist—composer---instructor---and---performing artist. She’s been studying the violin since she was 3 years old---and---she loves classical music---sacred music---folk---... Read More

WGTD May 19, 2017

Salem Lakes---A 21 year-old man was killed when the van he was driving slammed into the back of a school bus that was stopped on the highway for a pickup Friday morning.  

The man--from Antioch-- was identified as an employee of Dikow Cyzak Tile in Kenosha. His... Read More May 18, 2017

JFC Votes To Spend $2.5M Per Year On Higher Ed Grants Instead

(WPR)---Republicans on the Wisconsin Legislature’s budget committee have rejected Gov. Scott Walker’s plan to freeze tuition at Wisconsin’s technical colleges.

Walker called for... Read More

WGTD May 18, 2017

For students in the teacher training program at UW-Parkside, student teaching is a different deal than it was in the past. 

Long gone are the days in which students sit around in K-through-12 classrooms observing and taking notes before getting thrown into the... Read More

WGTD May 18, 2017

Fighting back tears, Miss Kenosha 2017 described her on-going battle against depression. 

"I've never talked about this before so I'm sorry," Kaitlyn Rhey told an audience Wednesday evening at Civic Center Park just south of the courthouse. The occasion was a... Read More

WGTD May 17, 2017

But The Legislative Audit Bureau Says Wisconsin's Economic Development Agency Made Improvements Elsewhere

(WPR)---Wisconsin’s economic development agency has improved its grant and loan program, but it still isn’t tracking whether its awards... Read More

WGTD May 17, 2017

Digging, climbing and exploring will be the main draws of a huge, makeshift play yard that'll be set up over the Memorial Day weekend on the grounds adjacent to the Kenosha Municipal Building.

Sponsored by the city, Happenings Magazine and the Boys & Girls... Read More

WGTD May 17, 2017

City officials have come to realize that some organized supervision is needed at Kenosha’s new handicapped accessible playground.

At this week’s City Council meeting, Ald. Scott Gordon said he and others are in the process of recruiting volunteers to serve as "... Read More May 16, 2017

Backlog Raises Concerns Over DNR Enforcement Capacity

(WPR)---Around a third of Wisconsin’s large-scale animal farms, known as concentrated animal feeding operations or CAFOs, are currently operating under expired permits, ... Read More