Stories tagged: "racine"


Wisconsin Historical Society
What Can Change in a Century? 20 Photos of Wisconsin from the ’20s.

Whether you were alive to see it, or just curious about our state's history-- here's a glimpse of what Wisconsin life looked like a century ago.

Wisconsin’s Highest-Rated, Most-Reviewed Restaurants of 2022, According to Yelp

Yelp.com was the 44th most-visited website in the world in 2022. We decided to look at its impact in Wisconsin by breaking town the highest-rated and most-reviewed restaurants in the state's 10 biggest cities.

(Some imagery via Shutterstock)
‘Big Lie’ Advocate Admits to Fraudulently Seeking Others’ Absentee Ballots—as a Way to Claim Fraud Exists

But the far-right advocate didn’t get the ballots of two public officials because the system worked. The Racine County Sheriff gives the crime a wink while advancing his own “Big Lie” claims.

Racine UAW Workers Go on Strike as Company Reports $4.6 Billion in Revenue

More than 1,000 workers at CNH International in Wisconsin and Iowa began striking Monday, asking for better benefits as their company rakes in profits.

(Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
Masks and a Return to Virtual Classes: How Schools Are Dealing With COVID Outbreaks

Wisconsin school districts are struggling to address the ever-spreading virus, and some are taking action.

Alex Hanesakda channels his upbringing as a Laotian refugee into his work at SapSap, his Laotian fusion restaurant in Mount Pleasant. He aims to use his food to educate people on the history of Laos and its culture, and raise money to help remove undetonated explosives dropped in Laos in the 1960s and '70s. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
Meet SapSap, a Racine-Area Laotian Restaurant With a Cause

The Asian fusion restaurant in Racine County serves up meals with the goal of educating people about Laos' history and culture.

Main Street in downtown Racine (Photo via Facebook/City of Racine)
COVID Relief Funds Were ‘Saving Grace’ for Cash-Strapped Cities

Racine, Wausau, and Madison among Wisconsin cities seeing huge benefit from millions of dollars in COVID relief.