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Posted inBreakingLocal newsPolice and fire

Fires in Dover and Racine kept firefighters busy

RACINE COUNTY — Two fires — one at an industrial building and the other in a pole barn — kept area firefighters busy Tuesday night. One happened in Dover, the other in Racine. Officials reported no injuries. Cause of Dover fire unknown DOVER – A pole barn, containing vehicles, tools, and other items, was destroyed […]

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UPDATE: Union Grove Woman Arrested On Attempted Homicide Charge

UPDATE: A Union Grove woman is being held on $50,000 cash bond for attempted second-degree intentional homicide after she allegedly shot her husband early Tuesday morning. The Racine County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating the incident, which is being called a domestic situation that happened at 12:05 a.m. at an apartment building located at 1400 […]