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Kenosha man charged after shootout in Uptown
A Kenosha man is being held on $10,000 bond for an apparent shootout in Uptown.George Thompson, Jr., 38, was charged Thursday with first-degree recklessly endangering safety and possession of a firearm by a felon.According to the criminal complaint, Kenosha Police were called to the area of 62nd Str
Trucking firm to close in Kenosha, cut 107 jobs
In its notice, Black Horse gave no reason for shuttering the terminal, at 5521 88th Ave. Company representatives were not available for comment Friday afternoon.
Classes canceled at Westosha Central H.S. in Kenosha Co. following social media threat
KENOSHA COUNTY -- A violent online message spreads fast at a Kenosha County high school -- prompting an investigation by the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department. Authorities determined there was no credible threat, but classes at Westosha Central High School were canceled anyway on Friday morning, O
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Melvin Klassen of Genoa dressed as a scary demon in last year's Nightmare on Chicago Street in Elgin. The Halloween party returns on Saturday, Oct. 20.Brian Hill | Staff Photographer, 2017
Felony drug charges field against a 57-year-old Racine woman
A series of undercover drug purchases earlier this year led to six felony charges being filed Wednesday against a 57-year-old Racine woman.Kimberly D. Baugh is charged with three felony counts of delivery of a schedule I or II narcotic/possession with intent to deliver and three felony counts of mai
Stray horse gallops down busy highway in Pleasant Prairie
"It was definitely interesting," said officer Ben Arzikovic who was called to respond. "In this job, you get different calls but I wasn't expecting to get a call to where a horse was on the job."
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Threat against witness in a Racine homicide case brings felony charges
Kirrionta RhinehouseA threat made against a witness in a Racine homicide case could land a 21-year-old Racine man in prison for six years.Kirrionta V. Rhinehouse was charged Wednesday inRacine County Circuit Courtwith a felony charge of battery or threat to a witness and four misdemeanor counts of b
Kenosha County Sheriff investigating Central High School Snapchat threat, classes canceled due to absences
According to Sheriff, around 10 p.m., Thursday night, an anonymous person posted, "CHS School Shooting 10-19-18 Be Ready," on Snapchat. Users are able to create posts that disappear on the picture and video sending app, which made it hard to determine the original sender.
Black Horse Carriers closing Kenosha terminal | BizTimes Media Milwaukee
Carol Stream, Illinois-based Black Horse Carriers plans to close its Kenosha terminal, eliminating 107 jobs, according to a notice sent to state and local officials.
Illinois House 62nd District Republican nominee: Ken Idstein
The Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board sent the nominees for the Illinois House of Representatives a list of questions to find out their views on a range of important issues facing the state of Illinois and their districts. Ken Idstein, the Republican nominee in the 62nd district, submitted the follo
Racine County investigator's integrity questioned; Kenosha asks state to step in
In 2014, the Kenosha Police Department uncovered that the IT director for the City of Kenosha, who was then an employee of a city contractor, “may have among other things, accessed email account of others, archived then deleted emails, and intercepted emails all without authorization.”
Cocaine sales charges could amount to years of jail time
A 38-year-old Racine man faces four felony charges of manufacturing/delivering cocaine and one felony charge of maintaining a drug-trafficking place.The cocaine-related charges filed Thursday in Racine County Circuit Court against David L. Luckett each carry a fine of $25,000 and 10 years in prison.
ENDORSEMENT: Sam Yingling for Illinois House in the 62nd District
This time around, Democratic incumbent state Rep.Sam Yinglingof Grayslake declined to fill out a questionnaire and sit for an interview with us. But his opponent, Republican Ken Idstein of Grayslake, a senior loan officer, has failed to offer a credible array of policy proposals that might suggest h
Gary police investigating after man found dead from gunshot at crash scene
GARY — Police opened a death investigation Friday after finding a man dead from a gunshot wound outside his vehicle, which had run head-on into a tree in the city's Glen Park section.Gary police were called about 6 a.m. to the intersection of 36th Avenue and Harrison Street for a single-car crash wi
Second person charged in undercover drug buy operation
A second person was charged Friday inRacine County Circuit Courtas part of an ongoing undercover drug operation.DeJean T. Samson, 43, Racine, is charged with three felony counts of deliver of a schedule I or II narcotic and a felony charge of maintaining a drug-trafficking place.If convicted of all
ENDORSEMENT: Sheri Jesiel for Illinois House in the 61st District
RepublicanSheri Jesielof Winthrop Harbor, in the northeast corner of Illinois, knows first-hand how the laws and regulations promulgated in Springfield can help or hinder a business located on a state border. An accountant and former retirement plan administrator, she wants to make sure the Legislat
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Victim in fatal crash identified
According to her obituary, Olesinski was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was studying to be a nurse at Marquette University. Her funeral is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 22, at St. Veronica Catholic Church, 353 E. Norwich St., Milwaukee
Jury finds Rodney Coleman guilty of attempted homicide
Jurors deliberated for more than five hours before finding Rodney Coleman guilty of attempted first-degree intentional homicide for a 2016 shooting.Coleman, 45, was convicted Thursday of shooting Kenosha resident Kendall Woods on Oct. 28, 2016, as Woods arrived to work at TCF Bank, 2020 22nd Ave. Wo