You were busy this week. So were we. Here are our top 5 most read stories from the week. And if you have story ideas, email us at racinecountyeye@gmail.com.

Rock Fest Too Noisy And Vulgar For Some Neighbors: Rock Fest, a 12-hour music festival put on by WiIL radio and Route 20 Outhouse, didn’t set to well with some area neighbors.

Police: Woman Charged After Child Misses Almost 40 Days Of School: A Racine mom who struggled with getting her child to school has been criminally charged after her child missed quite a few days of school.

Police: K9 Odin Apprehended A Man Who Abused, Stalked His Girlfriend:After a video surfaced on Facebook documenting the arrest of Joshua Ammon, some in the community wondered if police had gone too far having the K9 unit bit Ammon when he resisted arrest. But officials with the police department said the man had stalked and abused his girlfriend, threatened to blow up her employer’s business, and taunted officers to kill him.

Wild Root Market Brings Power Of Co-Ops To Racine: Our blogger from Wild Root Market talks about how food co-ops and why they are an important part of the community.

Man Cuts Himself To Commit Suicide, Runs From Police: Caledonia Police respond to a call for help when a man cut his wrists, ran away from them and a foot chase ensued along Douglas Avenue and 5 Mile Road.

 

 

 

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.