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UPDATE: Tornado Warning Downgraded to Severe Thunderstorm Warning

We urge you, however, to continue practicing caution until the storm has fully passed.

WEAREGREENBAY.COM - 2018-06-18 03:00:43

Thunderstorms cause power outages, FOX 11 meteorologist giving updates

NORTHEAST WISCONSIN (WLUK) -- Severe weather caused power outages throughout Northeast Wisconsin.One area with the highest amount of outages is Sister Bay. Wisconsin Public Service 1,114 homes are without power.Click here to see power outage mapEarlier Sunday evening, the National Weather Service is

FOX11ONLINE.COM - 2018-06-17 22:46:03

Road Buckle Repair in Winnebago Co.

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WEAREGREENBAY.COM - 2018-06-18 00:37:32

Feds want comments on Shawano Lake levels plan

If approved, the target elevation would be raised from 802.5 feet to 802.9 feet, which would about four inches to the lake.


Menasha opens library on a Sunday to provide air conditioning

FOX VALLEY, Wis. (WBAY-TV)Sunday’s oppressive heat pushed Menasha to open its library on a Sunday. A day it’s usually closed."We wanted to make sure that we had a space open for our community members to come and cool off," said Kristine Jacobsen of the Menasha Health Department.Jacobsen says the ver

WBAY GREEN BAY - 2018-06-17 18:04:00

Former teacher faces more sexual assault charges

LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. - A former Little Chute teacher is behind bars again, as he faces more sexual assault charges involving minors.Fox Valley Metro Police say they arrested Jason LaVigne, accusing him of sexually assaulting a student back in 1999.LaVingne is already facing charges for allegedly sexua


Plans to raise Shawano Dam water level put to a halt

SHAWANO, Wis.Businesses in Shawano are upset the dam's water levels won't be raised anytime soon. Action 2 News reported the low water caused safety concerns for boaters after federal restrictions were put on the dam.Dam restrictions enforced by the 'Federal Energy Regulatory Commission' (FERC), low


Owner of nosy dog gets jail for fifth OWI

Daryl J. Tekus, 65, was sentenced to jail as a condition of three years probation granted by Judge Michael T. Judge, who stayed a prison term for fifth offense operating while intoxicated.

GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE - 2018-06-16 13:20:00

La Vigne arrested again in new sexual assault investigation

LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. (WBAY) -A high school teacher arrested earlier this month for the suspected sexual assault of a teenage girl was arrested again Friday on charges of repeated sexual assault of a child.Fox Valley Metro Police say the incident they're investigating happened in 1999. The victim was a


Appleton never labeled itself as a 'sanctuary city'

"After things got so heated up and the sanctuary city topic became such a big topic, I withdrew the resolution because all it was doing was stirring up dissent," Alderman Vered Meltzer told me.

POST-CRESCENT - 2018-06-16 12:33:00

Outagamie sheriff: Freedom woman dead after golf cart rollover crash

The woman and her husband, according to the sheriff's department, were driving the cart around their property when they stopped to remove an obstruction. The woman mistakenly hit the gas, sending the golf cart down a steep embankment. It hit a culvert and rolled over.


Cops seize 1/2-pound of methamphetamine

Bonnie J. Piskorski, 55, Ogdensburg, was charged June 13 with possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver as party to a crime, possession of drug paraphernalia to convert methamphetamine, and maintaining a drug trafficking place.


Thousands enjoy Downtown Farm Market in Appleton

APPLETON, Wis. -The hot weather didn't stop people from going to Downtown Appleton Farm Market.It went on from 08:000 AM until 12:30 PM. People got to choose from 150 vendors selling fresh fruits, veggies, meats and cheeseOrganizers say it’s great to come with an appetite."You could literally eat yo

NBC26 - 2018-06-17 02:28:08

Grand Chute Police Looking for Home Invasion Suspect

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. (WFRV) - Grand Chute Police are investigating a home invasion robbery from early Thursday morning in the 4700 block of Periwinkle court.Officers are looking for a suspect described as a man in his early-to-mid 30s wearing a dark hoodie. The suspect also injured someone in the proce


Oconto Falls domestic charges against former Wisconsin State trooper resolved

Brandon L. Hunter, 27, was charged with strangulation and suffocation, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct (all with domestic abuse modifiers), over an incident on Aug. 12-13.


Former Seymour girls basketball coach gets probation, jail time in child enticement case

Nicholas Darnick, 37, of De Pere, must also spend six months in the Brown County Jail, Brown County Judge Marc Hammer ordered recently.


Rollover, Car Fire Close Two Portions of 41 in Appleton

Local 5 is awaiting more details, but we've learned the right lane on I-41 northbound at Gillett Street, is closed due to a vehicle fire.


Webster wins Div. 3 state baseball championship with 8-2 win

APPLETON, Wis. (WEAU) --Webster won their first WIAA state championship in school history with an 8-2 win over St. Mary Catholic in the Div. 3 title game.The Tigers scored a run in the top of the 1st, but ace, Jack Washburn, struggled in the bottom giving up 2 runs. From there, he found his stride g


Shawano dam water level decision delayed

The dam was mandated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last month to reduce its target elevation from 802.9 feet mean sea level (msl) to 802.5 feet msl, resulting in a difference of more than 4 inches in the water level for the river, channel and lake.


7 Investigates: A Dying Wish

TIGERTON, Wis. (WSAW) --Two months ago, NewsChannel 7 received a letter from a woman from Tigerton requesting we investigate her family, "after my demise." 7 Investigates did just that, and for the first time, loved ones are speaking up.