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Roof repairs approved at Lincoln Elementary
The New London School Board approved the first facilities project that will be completed using dollars from the recently approved 10-year referendum. The board on Monday, Dec. 10 accepted a $626,850 bid from Kiel-based Walsdorf Roofing Company to complete a roofing replacement project next summer at
Firefighters rescue dog from Wolf River
A dog is safe after firefighters rescued it from the icy Wolf River last weekend. New London Fire Department was paged to 210 Woodlane Drive at 9:15 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. There, a 6-year-old Golden Retriever named Max had fallen through the ice. Max’s owner reported the dog had been missing for abo
Complaint: Former Oshkosh YMCA Santa assaulted three-year-old girl
OSHKOSH, Wis. (WBAY) — Child sex assault charges have been filed against a former Oshkosh YMCA employee who played Santa Claus and worked in the Children’s Drop Off Center.
Deal keeps Wisconsin Kimberly-Clark plant open
MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has reached a deal with consumer-products giant Kimberly-Clark Corp. worth up to $28 million over five years to keep a plant open and save nearly 400 jobs.
Father Charged in Son's Death
OSHKOSH, WI (WTAQ) - An Oshkosh father has been charged in connection to his son's death. Cory Lyons stood trial on Thursday after allegedly shaking his son so violently on November 29 that the seven-week-old child died.
Oshkosh man indicted in New London man's 2017 overdose death
GREEN BAY - A 39-year-old Oshkosh man was indicted in November in the fentanyl overdose death of a New London man, according to a statement from the U.S. Department of Justice.
A defensive Scott Walker insists signing Wisconsin power grab wouldn't just be dirty partisanship
Outgoing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is laying the groundwork to sign the power grab bills denying his Democratic successor, Tony Evers, the same powers he has enjoyed so much. If he sounds a little defensive—as he should—that doesn’t mean that his argument doesn’t boil down to “I feel righteous abo
Oshkosh Police Investigate Death of 10-Month-Old Child
OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) - The Oshkosh Police Department is investigating the death of a 10-month-old. On December 9th around 8:30 p.m., police were called to the 800 block of Grove Street in the City of Oshkosh involving a 10-month-old male. He was taken to a local hospital but was later transported to
Baby dies after medical call to Grove Street home; police call death suspicious
OSHKOSH - A 10-month-old boy died Wednesday, three days after a medical call to the 800 block of Grove Street. Police and paramedics arrived at the home about 8:30 p.m. Sunday and took the baby to a local hospital, police said in a news release. A medical helicopter eventually flew the child to Chil
Bridge work planned on State 22
Local motorists can expect to see crews on three bridges along State Highway 22, perhaps as early as 2019. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation plans to repair the following bridges:
16-Year-Old Girl Missing, Ashwaubenon Public Safety Asking for Help
ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) - Ashwaubenon Public Safety is asking the for help finding 16-year-old Makaia Hansen. According to authorities, Makaia was last seen by her family on Monday, December 10th when a family member dropped her off at Seymour High School at about 7:45 AM.
Recall issued for some Kotex tampons after complaints they come apart
NEENAH, Wis. (FOX 13) - A voluntary recall has been issued for some Kotex tampons after several complaints that the tampons have come apart during use and even caused some infections.
Faith Technologies will build $15 million energy facility along I-41 in Little Chute
LITTLE CHUTE - Faith Technologies will construct a $15 million facility on Evergreen Drive to manufacture energy and electrical products used in microgrids. The project is expected to employ 200 to 300 people and generate $18 million in annual wages, according to a development agreement signed by th
Teen driver arrested for OWI after hitting Winnebago County Sheriff's Office squad car
TOWN OF CLAYTON - No one was injured after a teen driver slammed into a squad car during a snowstorm — but video footage depicting the early December crash is harrowing. Two Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office squad cars responded about 1:15 a.m. Dec. 2 to State 76 in the town of Clayton to help a car
Winter Weather Advisory Wednesday morning for some
**A Winter Weather Advisory is posted for Wood, Portage, Waupaca, Waushara, Adams, Juneau, Monroe, and Jackson Counties Wednesday morning for expected slippery conditions. Clouds will stick around the area and will start to deliver light precipitation to especially the southern portion of the area b
'We all made this': Operation Fresh Start plans to move to Milwaukee Street facility in January
Vonte Howard, 17, is new to the field of construction, but he has already tiled the floor of an office in what will be Operation Fresh Start’s new location. Howard and another participant of the alternative education program that allows youth to gain experience in the trades worked together on the r
Hortonville man sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexual exploitation of minors
GREEN BAY - A 42-year-old Hortonville man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in federal prison for the sexual exploitation of minors from multiple states and countries. Jason W. Junek, according to a press release from the United States Department of Justice, used social media messaging apps to send m
Clintonville hopes to rid Mathews Bay of metal
The Pigeon Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District has requested help from the city of Clintonville to remove scrap metal from the Pigeon Lake bed in the Mathews Bay area. The Clintonville Streets Committee discussed the feasibility of working with the lake district on this project at a Dec. 6 m
After 23 years and 40 members, Boogie and the Yo-Yoz have learned to embrace change
A lot has changed around the Fox Cities since the mid-1990s. The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers became a thing. The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center hit refresh on downtown Appleton. Fashions and fads have come and gone (and sometimes come back again).
Missing teen: Police seeking help finding Makaiah Hansen who was last seen Monday
ASHWAUBENON - Public safety officials are asking for the public's help in finding a teenage girl who hasn't been seen or heard from in two days. Makaiah Hansen, 16, was last seen by her family at 7:45 a.m. Monday when they dropped her off at Seymour High School, according to an Ashwaubenon Public Sa