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ATF tracks handgun used in Racine homicide to Missouri woman

RACINE ⏤ Police have uncovered the method used to purchase a handgun involved in an October homicide in the city.  According to a Thursday release from the Racine Police Department, police responded to the 1200 block of Yout Street on Oct. 17 for a homicide investigation. During the investigation, police arrested 23-year-old Khalil Buckley. He […]

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Fun, new stops added to Open House Racine County

Get ready for fun, new additions to Open House Racine County (OHRC), coming Saturday, May 5. Presented by Real Racine, the county’s destination marketing organization, OHRC is a free exploration of nearly 60 interesting places. Among the new sites for 2018 are the Modine-Benstead Observatory in rural Yorkville, the historic DeKoven Center overlooking Lake Michigan, […]

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Baby Falcons Get Banded Thursday

The fluffy Peregrine falcon babies currently living safely on a ledge of the Racine County Courthouse will get banded Thursday. Greg Septon from the Peregrine Falcon Recovery Program will apply the bands so the program can keep track of them after they grow big enough to leave their mother. County officials announced in April that […]