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Kenosha is the fourth-largest city on the west shore of Lake Michigan, trailing only Chicago, Milwaukee and Green Bay. A busy manufacturing hub, Kenosha is now emerging as a rising technological hub. The Milken Institute reported in 2009 that Kenosha placed among the top-50 high-tech economies in the nation. In 2005, Kenosha was ranked 94th in Money magazine's list of "Best Places to Live."

Population: 96950
Local Newspapers: Kenosha News
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Zip Codes associated with kenosha, wisconsin: 53140 53142 53143 53144 53158
Towns/Cities near kenosha, wisconsin : Pleasant Prairie Mt Pleasant Elmwood Park Winthrop Harbor

Kenosha News
Defense seeks independent DNA testing in shooting case

Cory Cooper appears in court in June 2017 for a charge of intentionally pointing a firearm at a law enforcement officer. Cory Cooper appears in court in June 2017 for a charge of intentionally pointing a firearm at a law enforcement officer.

Assembly names Tammy Conforti a Hometown Hero

Representatives Peter Barca, right, and Tod Ohnstad, left, present Dream Playground Founder Tammy Conforti and Representatives with her Hometown Hero award at the Wisconsin State Assembly Feb. 15. Representatives Peter Barca, right, and Tod Ohnstad, left, present Dream Playground Founder Tammy Conforti and Representatives with her Hometown Hero award at the Wisconsin State Assembly Feb. 15. A Kenoshan has been honored by the Wisconsin State Assembly for spearheading the Dream Playground effort and bringing the community together. "I was excitedly nervous," said Conforti, who spent years raising funds for the project and encouraging local lawmakers to support it.

Behind the Lens: Feb. 16

On a frigid New Year's Day, brothers Mike, left, and Erik Herbrechtsmeier make a hasty exit after taking an unofficial polar plunge into Lake Michigan at Simmons Island on Monday, Jan. 1, 2018. They didn't stay in the water very long, sprinting back to their warm vehicle in the frigid air.

Associated Bank invests $1 million in WWBIC fund

Associated Bank's $1 million investment and partnership with the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corp. will help launch and expand more women and minority-owned businesses in Kenosha and Racine counties. The Green Bay-based bank made the investment earlier this week from its community development program, which is designed to help nonprofits and other community organizations.

Competency hearing to decide whether Kudzin goes to trial for murder

Marcel Kudzin, at left, appears in Kenosha County Circuit Court last year, next to his attorney. Kudzin was charged in 2015 with first-degree intentional homicide, attempted first-degree homicide, aggravated battery and first-degree recklessly endangering safety in connection with that case.

Alleman 50th

Dale and Marian Alleman of Kenosha celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last month with a family dinner at HobNob Restaurant. Dale and the former Marian Briggs met on a blind date at a New Year's Eve party in 1966.

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Students were asked to remain in their classrooms at LakeView Technology Academy Thursday after the discovery of a "vague" shooting threat written on a bathroom wall. The Pleasant Prairie Police Department is investigating the matter.

Fix it Highway 50 Street Lights Out

A reader contacted Fix It to complain about street lights that are out on State Highway 50 at 94th Avenue. This one is on the east side of that intersection in the median at the start of the left turn lane for westbound traffic.

Effort to create new development agency with local TID revenue dies

An effort in the state legislature to create a new Kenosha and Racine counties economic development agency funded by 1 percent of tax increment district revenue from TIDs in those counties will not be adopted, state Rep. Samantha Kerkman said Wednesday. What killed it was a consensus of municipalities in those counties that the plan might jeopardize when TID debt could be paid off and in the worst of situations maybe even raise local property taxes.

Snyder: 'Station Eleven' author visits tonight to kick off Big Read

"Station Eleven" author Emily St. John Mandel will be at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside tonight to kick off The Big Read. "Station Eleven" author Emily St. John Mandel will be at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside tonight to kick off The Big Read.

News briefs for Thursday: Amazon trailer reported missing

An employee of Amazon Fulfillment Center reported to Kenosha Police Department officers that, sometime over the last year, a 2016 white semi-trailer disappeared from the site. According to the police report, the company reported that the GPS on the trailer stopped working in February 2017, last showing the trailer on the Amazon site in Kenosha.

Nopenz barred from April 3 ballot access

Unless Bruce Nopenz appeals to the Kenosha County Circuit Court -- and wins -- his name won't be on the printed April 3 ballot to challenge incumbent County Board Supervisor Erin Decker. In finding his nominating papers invalid, and therefore tossing out all 20 pages of signatures he collected on them, the Wisconsin Elections Commission sided with Decker in a complaint she filed against Kenosha County Clerk Mary Kubicki.

Sen. Bob Wirch fails to get GOP signatures for 'dark stores' legislation

In using the "dark stores strategy," thriving big-box retailers use large, abandoned buildings, such as the old Walmart on 52nd Street in Kenosha, shown here, to argue for a lower property tax assessment. In using the "dark stores strategy," thriving big-box retailers use large, abandoned buildings, such as the old Walmart on 52nd Street in Kenosha, shown here, to argue for a lower property tax assessment.

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Open Wings fundraising gala to honor Bosman

A gala to benefit Open Wings Learning Community will be held this Saturday, Feb. 17, in the Student Center at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 900 Wood Road. The gala begins at 6 p.m with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a silent auction in the hallway just outside the grand ballroom.

Downtown Kenosha to host restaurant week

Liz and Erik Brandon watch as their server, Cory Campagna, pours martinis at their table as they dine at Sazzy B during the 2015 Restaurant Week in Kenosha. Liz and Erik Brandon watch as their server, Cory Campagna, pours martinis at their table as they dine at Sazzy B during the 2015 Restaurant Week in Kenosha.

Man charged with assault of fellow resident of group home

The day after he reached time limits to be restored to competency on one charge, the state brought new charges against a Kenosha man whose mental illness has made prosecution difficult. Donrell Shuford, 38, was charged Tuesday with second-degree sexual assault.

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