KUSD Annual Meeting is Tuesday Night

Also, enrollment drops this fall, but by not as much as originally anticipated. School closures remain likely. 

Grand Opening Weekend for Pet Supplies Plus in Kenosha at 3755 80th St.

PSP is a proud supporter of high school football on WGTD Sports

KSD Warns Against Falling for 'Grandkid in Jail' Scam

Sept. 14 2023 9:50p

(WGTD)---A familiar scam sadly hooked a pair of elderly Kenosha County residents in separate cases this week.

Strong Interest in Serving on Racine School Board

Sept. 14, 2023 9:20p

(WGTD)---The remaining seven members of the Racine School Board will have some decisions to make when they go about filling two vacancies on the board.

A total of five candidates have applied for one seat, while two met the

Legal Help for Immigrants Available at New Office in Racine

Sept. 13, 2023 1:40p

(WGTD)---The Racine Interfaith Coalition’s Immigration Legal Services Initiative celebrated its launch with an open house Tuesday night. 

Traffic Pattern Changes Ahead in Downtown Racine

Sept. 12, 2023 5:05p

(WGTD)---Some behind-the-scenes steps have been accomplished in Racine that are expected to lead to some big changes in traffic patterns in the downtown area.

Republicans Unveil What They're Calling an 'Iowa-Style' Plan to Redraw Voting Maps

Pressure mounting with newly-elected Wisconsin Supreme Court

A Mistaken Identity May Have Been a Factor in Racine Labor Day Shooting

Sept. 12, 2023 4:50p

(WGTD)---The shooting death of 58-year-old Willie Henderson Jr. in Racine on Labor Day may have been a case of mistaken identity.

31-year-old Tommy Johnson of Mt. Pleasant allegedly shot Henderson as he was backing out of a

1st Employee of NPR Reminisces on WGTD's Morning Show

Sept. 11, 2023 2:45p

(WGTD)---The very first employee of National Public Radio—NPR—was Greg Berg’s guest on a recent edition of The Morning Show.

'Tiny Homes' Could be Part of New Home Ownership Program

Sept. 7, 2023 3:55p

(WGTD)----A new, $6 million program designed to promote home ownership and strengthen neighborhoods may include more than building new, traditional single-family homes or renovating old ones.