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Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials are asking drivers to prepare for possible heavy traffic this weekend due to some popular attractions.
More than a decade after a Brown County woman was brutally attacked and left for dead, one of the men convicted is again trying to get the case reopened.
"It's quick fertilizer," said Zimmerman. "It's great for their produce and whatever their growing and getting it out of the landfill."
Wal-Mart and other developers weren't the first wanting to make themselves at home on the Larsen Green site.
Wednesday the Rainbow House in Marinette was re-dedicated to honor its former director, Patricia Waschbisch.
Officials say the special event, known as WomenVenture, is a chance to build camaraderie and inspire women of all ages to get involved in aviation.
Starting Friday, you could be hearing more about missing people in Wisconsin. The state's Silver Alert system goes into effect.
County Executive Troy Streckenbach is looking for volunteers at this Saturday's Farmers Market on S. Washington St. in Green Bay.
When you call 911 for a fire or medical emergency, rescue crews in Brown County are now on their way to you in nearly half the time it used to take.
Multi-Media Channels is pleased to announce the acquisition of Merrill Courier, a local newspaper and media outlet serving the city of Merrill, Wisconsin and surrounding areas.
Green Bay city leaders met Monday evening to discuss putting restrictions on what drivers can and can't do with cell phones in cars.
The Brown County Sheriff's Office needs help identifying a man and woman they say returned items at a Home Depot store three times in one week, even though they never actually bought the times in the first place.
Wisconsin Emergency Management is seeking twenty community-minded individuals to serve as part-time AmeriCorps members in emergency management offices throughout the state from September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015.
School officials in Hortonville say a new communications system will help the district, police and emergency personnel respond better to any sort of crisis in the school district.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:44 pm
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