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About: kenosha, wisconsin

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
News briefs for Friday: Kenosha man arrested for 5th OWI

A 49-year-old Kenosha man was arrested for his fifth operating while intoxicated charge on Wednesday, after he allegedly crashed his vehicle into a parking pylon near the bandshell at Pennoyer Park. Kenosha Police received calls about a reckless driver who had lost control of his vehicle after "doing a doughnut" at about 7:40 p.m, nearly striking a car and hitting signs before becoming stuck on a concrete parking pylon, according to a police report.

Man convicted of road rage stabbing

Mark Carver claimed on the witness stand he had not intended to stab a 21-year-old man he followed into a gas station after a driving dispute, saying he must have accidentally thrust the knife in the man's back after being punched. The jury found Carver guilty of first-degree reckless injury Thursday following a two-day trial.

Herzing donates more than 200 backpacks to BGCK members

Eight-year-old Gahari Barnes' face displayed a range of emotions each time his partner threw a water balloon in his direction, his eyes tracing its journey into his hands each time. Two Boys and Girls Club members stretch out to reach each other during a water balloon toss game at the back-to-school party Thursday, trying their best not to pop the balloon as they tossed it back and forth.

Family searching for missing teen

Nayelis Torres, 16, has been missing from the Kenosha area since Tuesday, Aug. 14, according to a flier being circulated by the family.

New conditions for lead line replacement could hike costs by millions for utility customers

New conditions for the mandatory replacement of lead water services could jack up costs by millions of dollars for affected Kenosha Water Utility customers. Wisconsin Public Service Commission staff members, not the three duly appointed commissioners, have recommended changes which Kenosha Water Utility General Manager Ed St. Peter hopes will be rejected.

Mrs. Tonya C. Evans First Lady of Greater Mount Eagle Baptist Church, Racine)

Tonya C. Evans grew up in Flint, MI, the only child born to Kenneth and Harriet Scott. She lived in a middle class household where her mother worked as an educator for more than 33 years and her father was the Director of a program called Model Cities.

Nothing 'fake' about this: Working hard to inform

"Enemy of the people." "Fake news." You hear it coming from your TV screen over and over, from the president of the United States or others.

Mayo Doctor Gives 17-Year-Old Patient a Prized Gift

Seth Bayles and his mother, Julie Bayles, never come empty-handed when they visit the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester. With the help of their community, the number of pop tabs they've dropped off "It's got to be millions and millions," she said.

Zoerner defeats Berg in Democratic primary for sheriff

Sgt. David Zoerner, running as a Democrat, will take on Republican Sheriff David Beth following Zoerner's resounding victory over Kenosha County Board Supervisor Andy Berg in Tuesday's Democratic primary. Zoerner garnered 6,866 votes to Berg's 4,422 votes in the race with 121 of 122 polling precincts reporting.

Kenosha Police probe report man shot himself outside home

Firefighters retract a ladder that had been extended over the house. Kenosha police, firefighters and county deputies responded to a home in the 7400 block of 15th Avenue Tuesday.

Trial underway in road rage stabbing incident

A jury trial is underway for a Kenosha man accused of stabbing another driver during a road rage incident, but the jury will not hear about the alleged marijuana growing operation police found in his house during their investigation.. Mark Carver, 53, was charged in April with first-degree reckless injury, maintaining a drug trafficking place and manufacture-delivery of THC.

Valeo's Pizza sidewalk markings at Harbor promenade

City of Kenosha Parks Department crews set out Tuesday to remove painted Valeo's Pizza logos placed recently along the HarborPark and marina walkways. It's not clear whether the restaurant had proper permission to stencil its name at numerous, publicly owned lakefront locations.

Hanson-Dyer

Colleen Dyer, of Kenosha, and Bergen Hanson, of Pleasant Prairie, were married on May 19th, 2018 at the Civil War Museum Terrace in Kenosha. Pastor Rolfe Johnstad officiated the 3 PM ceremony for the daughter of Kevin and Theresa Dyer, of Kenosha, and the son of Bjorn and Linda Hanson, of Pleasant Prairie.

Lakefront safety enhancements possible

One of the warning signs posted on the south side of the Pike River channel outlet, which empties into Lake Michigan on the north side of Pennoyer Park. An city alderman wants bigger, better signs warning of dangerous conditions in the area.

Spotlight: College News

Anneliese Ceisel of Bristol and Noah Trimark of Kenosha were named to the dean's list for the spring semester with grade point averages of 3.6 or above at Washington University in St. Louis.

Sample ballot provided by county omitted candidate

The sample ballot provided by county elections officials and published Monday in the Kenosha News omitted a candidate, Mandela Barnes, Democrat running for lieutenant governor.

Two men charged after fight outside downtown tavern

Kenosha Police Lt. James Beller said officers were called to Fec's Place, 5523 Sixth Ave., at about 2:30 a.m. Sunday for a report of a stabbing.

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