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Mexico's government says it has confirmed that a man killed in an early morning shootout with marines in western Mexico was the leader of the Knights Templar Cartel who officials reported slain in 2010.
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Outside of being a college student, what takes up your free time? I'm speaker of the Student Association Senate.
After a fire destroyed the band and choir building at the St. Lawrence Seminary High School in Fond du Lac County Saturday, its students and parishioners look for a bright spot amid the devastation.
Yard MD: Ice out on the Fox River washes away wint...: Yard MD: Ice out on the Fox River washes away winter.
Neighbors are mounting a campaign against the Fox River House tavern and its outdoor summer music performances.
The executive director of Marshfield Clinic says a loss of $17 million in anticipated revenue since Oct. 1 is forcing budget cuts, including a 5 percent pay cut for doctors and employees who earn more more than $125,000.
Law enforcement officials say they have exhausted all efforts to recover a handgun thought to be used in the shooting of a 25-year-old man in an Appleton nightclub.
The film, offered in partnership with the Packerland Theater Organ Society, will be shown at 6:30 p.m. in the elegant Ogilvie Hall of the History Museum.
This is true in the business world -- in the relationship between a business and its customers, as well as in the relationship between boss and employee.
Gena Proctor is one of those lucky people who can proudly say she loves her job.
The National Weather Service had a training session today to teach people about what to look for in storms today.
Benji Backer has a lot of feelings about Jonathan Krohn. That's because Backer, 16, of Appleton, Wis., is the youngest person to speak at CPAC since Krohn, then 13 and now 19, spoke on a panel at the conference in 2009 and then became a conservative media sensation.
The bake sale will support the Community Blood Center. Khale Hanson, age 3, whose family is an Oakfield UMC member, inspired the event.
The some drivers say they are making mental notes of where the potholes are worst in the city this winter.
There's a great deal of courage required to be an artist, especially when the art depicts intimate details of a personal relationship.
That man is Matthew Strenn, who's lived in his southeast Appleton neighborhood for almost all his life.