Seventeen of the 115 teachers without pre-approved absences reported coronavirus-like symptoms.
Wisconsin native and retired Madison Police Chief Noble Wray will review the case and turn over his findings to the district attorney.
Students at some schools in the Kenosha Unified School District began virtual classes starting Monday, Sept. 21 "due to a surge of employee absences."
Students at some schools in the Kenosha Unified School District will begin virtual classes starting Monday "due to a surge of employee absences."
The first of three public listening sessions scheduled in Kenosha in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in August was held Sunday, Sept. 20.
The first of three public listening sessions scheduled in Kenosha in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in August was held Sunday.
Mike DeVaul, a YMCA executive in Charlotte who grew up with Jacob Blake Sr. said Jacob Blake Jr.'s life is still a cause for celebration.
The family of Anthony Huber, a 26-year-old Silver Lake man killed during the Kenosha protests, released a statement through their attorney.
Zachariah Anderson faces stalking charges in connection to the disappearance case, accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend, who was dating Rosalio Gutierrez.
For students and athletic teams, including the Hawks' football team, taking things one day at a time is not just a cliché, but reality.
For students and athletic teams, including the Hawks' football team, taking things one day at a time is not just a cliche, but reality.
They're the first confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the Kenosha Unified School District since students returned to in-person and virtual learning Monday.
Kenosha's fire chief says damage from the unrest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake has now topped $11 million.
Uline is seeking candidates for 60 warehouse positions at its facilities in Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
Protesters and police once again met outside the Kenosha County Courthouse Monday.
City of Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian gathered with local officials, community leaders and clergy members to announce his vision for moving Kenosha forward towards a stronger and brighter future.
"If we are not listening to what the people are going to say, we're going to fail," the mayor said, in announcing "Kenosha's Commit to Action Roadmap." "We can make no change without listening."
If anyone has information regarding this accident you are asked to contact the Kenosha Police Department.
The Kenosha County board discussed rebuilding at its meeting last week. Supervisors said both federal and state help would be needed.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation aims to provide reports of the incident to a prosecutor by Sept. 22 for review.