An Iowa man had to get to a funeral in De Pere. A Wild Rose mechanic gave him his truck.
“At this point, the number of flu cases in Wisconsin has already exceeded the number of cases at the peak of flu season last year,” said Sta…
The loophole lets big box stores pay less property taxes — which could increase yours.
Thelma Yashinsky is charged for rolling through a stop sign into oncoming traffic, killing her three passengers and injuring other people in…
The numbers are 10-13-28-52-61 and Powerball 2. The game’s website says one winning ticket was sold in Indiana.
The Justice and Education departments said in a letter being sent to school districts nationwide that the Obama-era guidance caused a spike …
We had a chance to see how it all works during a trip to the Department of Transportation’s State Traffic Operations Center in Milwaukee.
UW-Oshkosh has become a real home for Mark Choinski, who’s now just a step away from competing on a national level.
The sheriff is concerned the trend will only continue with costs adding up.
The city is asking for residents to chip in with ideas about what makes Appleton a great place to live, work, and play.
The dedication will happen at 3 p.m. at the building at 110 West North Water Street.
Republican state Rep. Jesse Kremer says he likely will re-introduce a bill to force public school students to use bathrooms that correspond …
De Pere wrestlers have to sit out the State tournament. A senior who had perhaps the most to lose is a champion in poise and class.
About 70 people gathered, mostly over complaints that the House Speaker isn’t taking their calls and mail.
Police caught two men after a short foot chase. One had a warrant for his arrest.
The semi tried passing the car on the shoulder, but the car was turning into a driveway there, the sheriff’s office says.
The WIAA announced it moved some girls basketball regional games from Friday, Feb. 24 to Thursday, Feb. 23 due to possible severe weather.
We spoke to the National Weather Service and to a climate expert at UW-Green Bay, and this warm spell is a big deal.
First responders learn a new way of working together.
Even people who want winter weather (it’s coming back) couldn’t resist getting out on the water.