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Kenosha man charged with reckless homicide for fatal shooting in alley
A Kenosha Police officer was on patrol in the early hours of Nov. 18 when he heard an explosion of gunfire — 12 to 15 shots in quick succession. The officer, who was in his squad near the intersection of 75th Street and 26th Avenue, believed the gunfire was coming from north of the intersection when
Tests on bloodstained socks may provide evidence for homicide charge
A pair of bloodstained socks may be one of the keys to charging a Racine man with a stabbing death at Wood Creek Apartments. Daniel Vanderpool, 39, is suspected of killing Kenosha resident Jason Killips sometime on Thanksgiving, hours after the two men had gone together to visit Killips’s family for
Hoax bomb threats create a stir in Kenosha and across U.S.
Several businesses in Kenosha — and the Kenosha Police Department — were among locations around the United States that received emailed bomb threats Thursday. Deputy Police Chief Eric Larsen said at least three businesses received the emailed threat. He said it was quickly found to be a scam.
Pollard Gallery hosting Photography and Digital Art Show
Pollard Gallery hosting Photography, Digital Art Show. In January, the Pollard Gallery in downtown Kenosha will feature the gallery’s 11th annual Photography and Digital Art Show.
Wisconsin Teacher Repeatedly Spews N-Word In Class Because She Couldn’t Understand Why Students Use It And She Can’t
Bradford High School officials in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are investigating a teacher who allegedly hurled derogatory language in front of her students. An Italian instructor at the high school who reportedly said “nigga” multiple times was caught on video by a student who recorded the incident on Nov.
God's Kitchen menu to expand with donated meat
It’s not often the homeless are delivered steak dinners. After months of passing out homemade sandwiches to the local homeless population, Kenosha’s Arnetta Griffin — owner of God’s Kitchen, a nonprofit agency established in June 2017 — has expanded her menu to include chicken, beef, pork, lamb, ste
Joe Cardinali not seeking re-election in April
The youngest elected official in Kenosha County history has decided enough is enough. Citing a variety of reasons, including repeated personal attacks, secret agendas and his general health, Kenosha County's 15th District supervisor Joe Cardinali announced on Thursday he will not seek re-election in
Wisconsin Men Plead Guilty Charges Linked to Killing of Mountain Lion
Three Wisconsin men pleaded guilty to charges linked to the killing of a mountain lion in January 2017. Robert Peters, 53, and Steven Reindahl, 55, both of Turtle Lake, pleaded guilty in federal court on Dec. 12 of hindering a federal grand jury investigation by providing false testimony about the 2
News briefs for Thursday: Kenosha man charged with armed robbery
Darius Clark, 22, of Kenosha, was charged Wednesday with armed robbery with threat of force, possession of a firearm by a felon, obstructing and theft. Clark is alleged to have robbed a man on Sunday, pointing a handgun at the man as he sat in a parked car near 38th Street and 14th Avenue. He took t
Kenosha teacher caught saying the 'N-word' on camera during class
A Kenosha high school teacher is on paid leave after students recorded her using a racial slur on camera during class. The teacher can be heard repeatedly using the “N-word” several times while students in the class laugh.
Music Matters: Semi-Twang releasing 'Kenosha' album
I once suggested that a local band name their new (at that time) CD “Kenosha.” The idea never went further. Now, a Milwaukee-based band with strong ties to our wonderful area is releasing their fourth CD ... entitled “Kenosha.”
Mistrial in child sex assault case
The trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl ended in a mistrial Tuesday after testimony about the defendant’s alleged involvement in human trafficking and prostitution.
Kenosha police says they have suspects in 2 homicides
KENOSHA — Kenosha police released investigation updates pertaining to two Kenosha homicides on Monday. Police believe they have a suspect involved in the homicide of Deonte White.
Shot that hit pregnant woman in head during Round Lake confrontation 'went through the front door,' prosecutor says
A Zion man, who authorities say inadvertently shot his pregnant wife through a door and caused the death of their unborn child during a confrontation in Round Lake this week, had his bail set at $2 million Thursday morning in bond court.
‘It’s hard to understand:’ Kenosha homicide victim remembered at his school, Carthage College
KENOSHA — A 36-year-old Carthage College student was remembered on campus Monday, Dec. 10, after he was found dead in an apartment in Kenosha on Nov. 30. Police are investigating his death as a homicide, and said in an update Monday his stolen vehicle had been recovered.
Kenosha police: Arrest made in homicide of Illinois man whose body was found in alley
KENOSHA — Kenosha police said in an update Monday, Dec. 10 they arrested a suspect believed to be involved in the homicide of Deonte White. Officials said the suspect was arrested on Sunday, Nov. 18 by patrol officers on a probation and parole detainer.
Man Charged In Shooting Of Pregnant Wife, Killing Unborn Baby In Round Lake
CHICAGO (CBS) – A man has been charged with shooting his 25-year-old pregnant wife and killing his unborn child in Round Lake Tuesday afternoon. Alvin L. Quinn, 30, of Zion, is charged with involuntary manslaughter of a child and reckless discharge of a firearm, according to the Lake County Major Cr
Unified probing allegation of teacher's use of racial slur
A Bradford High School teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave after students in a class recorded her allegedly repeatedly using a racially derogatory word. The instructor, who teaches an Italian language course at the school, reportedly used the N-word after overhearing two students us
Man faces charges for allegedly stealing vehicle belonging to Jason Killips, killed in Kenosha
KENOSHA COUNTY — Charges have been filed in connection with the homicide of Jason Killips, 36, a Carthage College student found dead in a Kenosha apartment on Nov. 30. Daniel Vanderpool, 39, faces one count of operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, repeater and one count of felony bail jum
Father charged in Round Lake shooting that killed unborn child
The father of an unborn child killed when his mother was shot in the head Tuesday in a Round Lake home is facing charges stemming from the deadly shooting, authorities said Wednesday.