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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
Parkside oustanding graduate Siva Shankar

Siva Shankar squeezed being a firefighter and an emergency medical technician in Somers into his free time while a student at UW-Parkside. Whatever secret Shankar has regarding time management is clearly one that served him well, and will continue to do so.

Parkside outstanding graduate Breanna Eaves

Eaves started an Etsy business in 2006. She designs and sells crochet patterns. One time, a healthy complement of people in Denmark found her shop, and all ordered the same pattern.

Walker signs package of lame-duck legislation

Gov. Scott Walker addresses the crowd during the Lincoln Day Dinner hosted by the Republican Party of Kenosha at Bella Vita Banquet Hall in Wheatland in March 2018. Gov. Scott Walker addresses the crowd during the Lincoln Day Dinner hosted by the Republican Party of Kenosha at Bella Vita Banquet Hall in Wheatland in March 2018.

Writer: Republicans in Legislature are just sore losers

What a bunch of sore losers the Republicans are in Madison, starting with the ex-governor-to-be and working my way down from there. The union workers had a favorite saying at the factory I worked at in Kenosha, but seeing as this is a family newspaper, I can't have the saying published in this VOP.

wants to see your Best Dressed Tree

"We had to adjust with three littles in the house this year ... and I think we did pretty well," said Ellen Meo in submitting a photo her family's Christmas tree. "We had to adjust with three littles in the house this year ... and I think we did pretty well," said Ellen Meo in submitting a photo her family's Christmas tree.

Kenosha man dies days after he was found with a gunshot wound at Highway 50 crash

Pleasant Prairie Police said Douglas Stelter Jr., of Kenosha, died Thursday at Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa as the result of the gunshot wound. Police had discovered Stelter with a gunshot wound to his head when they arrived at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash at the intersection of Highway 50 and 88th Avenue.

Writer: Honoring some for their contributions to a wonderful life

The movie "It's a Wonderful Life" has become more meaningful with the rash of suicides prevalent today. The movie dealt with a desperate man, George, who wishes himself dead.

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 the holiday.

First round of Foxconn `Smart Cities' competition rewards 88 winners

There was no shortage of innovative ideas as Foxconn awarded the first round of winners in a competition that allows students, faculty and staff from universities, community and technical colleges to explore ways to improve the lives of people in Southeast Wisconsin. At a ceremony held Thursday in Carthage College's Todd Wehr Center, Alan Yeung, Foxconn's director of U.S. Strategic Initiatives, announced the 88 winners, including those from the Kenosha, who would be continuing on to the second round of the "Smart Cities-Smart Futures.

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 he heard it at about 3:15 a.m., so he he began heading that way.

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.

Stepping up, again, to help Kenosha County children

To Goodfellows, stepping up for the 88th year to help about 3,5000 underprivileged children in Kenosha County. A tip of the hat to supporters, volunteers and donors who made the recent sellout Kenosha Christmas Charities fundraiser at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside a huge success.

Joe Cardinali not seeking re-election in April

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 April. "While I firmly believe that the good and decent people elected here in Kenosha - and there are many - far outweigh the others, there are some who have chosen to govern in a way that our Founding Fathers and those that elect us today would be ashamed of," Cardinali said.

God's Kitchen menu to expand with donated meat

Dante Pignotti, owner of Taco City, left, carries a large tub of meats he donated to God's Kitchen on Wednesday. He donated steak, gyro meat and boxes of italian beef, chicken wings, chicken breasts, polish sausage, hot dogs and appetizers.

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.

Snyder: Ignore the Grinches and have yourself a holly jolly holiday season

The house at 7951 33rd Ave. is decked out each year for the holiday season, like in this photo from 2016. Don't let a Grinch, like this guy we found hanging out on Christmas Lane in 2016, sap your holiday spirit.

Gateway awarded $100,000 from Metallica foundation

Enter Sandman, er, Metallica, the thrash metal band whose "All Within My Hands Foundation" named Gateway's Kenosha campus among the top community colleges to receive one of 10, $100,000 grants earlier this week. The grants are part of a $1 million initiative to enhance career and technical education programs which provide skills and services for students intending to enter a traditional trade other than an applied learning program.

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