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KUSD Enrollment Rises Despite Projections of a Decrease

Sept. 19, 2021 8:30p; Revised lead at 9p 

(WGTD)---Kenosha Unified has recouped some enrollment losses from last year.  

The official enrollment count for the school year--taken last Friday--was up slightly from the year before. 

Judge in Rittenhouse Case Denies Some Motions from the Prosecutor

Also..prosecutor discloses that an FBI plane circling overhead the night of the shootings captured infrared images of the crowd. 

Unvaccinated Students at Gateway Who Get Vaccinated Are Eligible for $500

Sept. 16, 2021 6:15p

WGTD)---Gateway Technical College is offering its students a hefty financial incentive to get fully-vaccinated.

Wisconsin GOP Bill Would Create Felony Charges For Participating In A Riot

Opponents Argue Plan Could Stifle Free Speech, Participation In Peaceful Protests

Details Spelled Out For a Possible, New Kenosha County Job Center

Sept. 14, 2021 10p

(WGTD)---No major concerns were raised at a public meeting Tuesday evening on a proposal to move Kenosha County's Job Center on Sheridan Road to a new campus on 52nd St. And the County Board Supervisor whose district includes the

Coalition Urges Support for Kenosha School Board and Public Education

Sept. 14, 2021 9:10p

(WGTD)---A coalition of citizen groups expressed support Tuesday evening for the embattled Kenosha School Board and the mandatory mask mandate that it recently passed over loud objections. 

Leaders of eight groups spoke at a

Hate Crime Convictions for a 79-Year-Old Pleasant Prairie Man

Sept. 14. 2021 8:25p

(WGTD)---A racial confrontation in the parking lot of Menard's in Kenosha last year has resulted in felony and misdemeanor convictions for a 79-year-old Pleasant Prairie man.