Busy week? We can relate. If you missed some of the news from the past week, we understand so we rounded up the top 10 most read stories here for you.
Coming in at number one are the 27 new job openings at SC Johnson. Yes, you read that correctly. A crime story did not top our list this week. Instead, a number of positions in engineering, sales, and research - including some here in Racine - are open and waiting to be filled.
Pot Smoking at Packers Party is another story that grabbed readers' attention. A man who admitted to smoking at a Packers party was pulled over for driving erratically and taken into custody for allegedly having drugs and paraphrenalia in his car.
A teen suspected of stealing $5,000 from a relative thought it was a good idea to take the money to school. When police removed him from class and walked him to the office, he tried to flee, but was quickly apprehended.
Sadly, a man's fragile mental state resulted in his home being checked for explosives after officers found hazardous materials at his house. The man was not hurt and the home was cleared and made safe.
A woman who claims she got the idea from her boyfriend is accused of stealing baby items from Walmart and returning them for store credit. Police were able to find her because the woman used her driver's license as part of the store's return policy.
Stories that round out the top 10 include where to buy Girl Scout cookies, a private citizen's donation for an infra red camera for the Sheriff's Department, a fuel spill on Durand Avenue, and a man who was cited for OWI with his baby on board: