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Crash on Waugoo Avenue causes power outage in downtown Oshkosh

A car hit two power poles on Waugoo Ave. in Oshkosh, Wis., Jan. 22, 2018. The driver of the vehicle walked away with only minor injuries. Joe Sienkiewicz/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin OSHKOSH - More than two dozen are without power after a car crashed into utility poles Monday morning, knocking over

OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN - 2018-01-22 17:55:41

Oshkosh city manager pay bump comes with plea for better communication

OSHKOSH - After a consequential 2017, the Oshkosh Common Council gave City Manager Mark Rohloff an upbeat performance review and a bump in pay. But Rohloff's end-of-year evaluation comes with a big caveat. Councilors, at times, felt out-of-the-loop amid testy projects like the city's sale of Lakesh

OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN - 2018-01-22 16:54:41

Laugh, eat, learn, network and see a show this week in Event City

Great shows at The Grand, a funny guy at the Arena and Oshkosh's first-ever Restaurant Week may all be enjoyed this week. Find your friends, gather your family, get out of the house and get to some of these amazing events. Oshkosh Restaurant Week starts Thursday and runs through Jan. 31. Pick from 1

OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN - 2018-01-22 14:06:58

Oshkosh man gets 50 years in prison for rapes, beatings on Oregon Street

OSHKOSH - A 25-year-old man police say raped and beat two women in 2016 on Oregon Street will spend the next five decades in prison for his crimes. Timothy D. Cole, of Oshkosh, was sentenced to 50 years in prison and 30 years of extended supervision for two counts of second-degree sexual assault, on


Man gets probation for role in Oshkosh prison overdose death

OSHKOSH - A 28-year-old man will spend three years on probation for his role in the 2016 heroin overdose death of an Oshkosh prison inmate. Frank D. Alioto of Oshkosh was sentenced Jan. 8 to probation, which included nine months in jail with work release, for conspiracy to deliver marijuana. Winneba


Streetwise: Vibrant Life Chiropractic to open on South Koeller Street in Oshkosh

OSHKOSH - There's a new chiropractor opening a practice on Oshkosh's west side. Vibrant Life Chiropractic opens Monday after months of work. Owner Christophe Purtell, an Oshkosh native, dreamed of opening his own practice here once he earned a doctorate in chiropractic medicine. STREETWISE: So long


Trial set for Kaukauna man with tractor on lawn

APPLETON (WLUK) - A June 19 trial date has been set for the man fighting Kaukauna regarding the legality of a tractor in his front yard. Kaukauna issued a citation to Joey Grundy, saying he violated the city ordinance against storing a vehicle on the lawn. He argues it is art and he has a right to d

FOX11ONLINE.COM - 2018-01-22 13:48:09

Wisconsin Democrats stake out ground in crowded race for governor

MENASHA, Wisconsin - Smiles adorned the faces of audience members entering the auditorium at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley on Wednesday evening. Some greeted neighbors; others met with campaign workers before the event. They had braved the cold to get to know the candidates vying to become

50STATESOFBLUE.COM - 2018-01-22 14:00:06

Vancleave woman killed in crash with school bus

A Vancleave woman died Monday morning after her vehicle hit a school bus. Jeanette Butler Migues, 59, was taken to Ocean Springs Hospital where she later died. The accident happened around 6:30am at the intersection of Old Fort Bayou and Antioch roads. Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell said the pass

WLOX - 2018-01-22 17:09:37

Two arrested in Waffle House armed robbery case

Gulfport police have arrested two men in connection with a robbery at Waffle House in Biloxi. Markil Jackson, 22, and Blaise Tucker, 24, were taken into custody and charged with armed robbery on Sunday morning. At about 5:30 a.m., the Biloxi Communications Center received a call in reference to a

WLOX - 2018-01-21 20:05:59

Things to do this week in South Mississippi: Jan. 8-14

Between 1663 and 1674, nearly 800 French women sailed to New France at Quebec City in Canada to marry settlers and expand the population. The group became known as the King's Daughters and are pictured here arriving in Quebec City, according to 'The Brides of La Baleine' by Randall Ladnier, who will

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2018-01-22 11:00:00

Woman Found Dead On Cypress Drive

One woman was found dead Sunday morning lying in the roadway of the 600 block of cypress drive in D'Iberville. According to the D'Iberville police department, a motorist stated that they struck an individual lying in the street. The woman has been identified as 32 year old Erin Hamilton of Biloxi. H

WXXV25.COM - 2018-01-22 14:48:36

Vancleave woman dies after her car strikes a school bus and a tree, sheriff says

A Vancleave woman died after the car she was driving struck a school bus and then a tree, Jackson County Sheriff Mike Ezell said. Jeannette Butler Migues' car struck a bus at Old Fort Bayou and Antioch roads about 6:30 a.m. Monday, Ezell said. She later died. She was 59, the sheriff said. No studen

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2018-01-22 17:15:00

Theodore man accused of Sunday morning murder arrested in Pascagoula

Mobile County Sheriff's deputies confirm they have arrested and charged a man they say shot and killed a victim just yards away from a church during service hours on Sunday morning. Sunday night, MCSO officials announced that they had located 35-year-old Shuantell Fountain, of Theodore, taking him i

AL.COM - 2018-01-22 17:01:30

The flu is turning deadly in South Mississippi, ER doctor says. Here's what you need to know.

The flu is raging in South Mississippi, swamping emergency rooms and, in some cases, killing people. "The strains are pretty dangerous this year given the fact that the vaccine wasn't really effective," said Simal Patel, medical director of the emergency department at Garden Park Medical Center in G

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2018-01-22 18:56:00

A man bought more than $600 in groceries with 'cloned' credit card, police say. Who is he?

A little more than $600 buys a whole lot of groceries - especially if it was bought with an unsuspecting person's credit card information, police say. Security cameras at the Winn-Dixie on Pass Road near Popp's Ferry Road took pictures of a man police say bought hundreds of dollars in groceries Dec

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2018-01-22 16:16:00

Teen 'covered in blood' following assault in Des Moines

A teen was brought to the hospital after he was assaulted in Des Moines' southside, according to a police report. Around 8:35 p.m., Des Moines police were called to the 900 block of Virginia Avenue to meet with the victim of an assault and shooting. Upon their arrival, they met with the victim and f

DES MOINES REGISTER - 2018-01-22 14:51:28

One Person Hospitalized After Sunday Night Shooting in Des Moines

(WHO-HD) DES MOINES, Iowa - Des Moines police are investigating a shooting on Sunday night. At approximately 8:30 p.m., officers responded to a report of shots fired in the 2900 block of SW 9th Street and Virginia Avenue. Upon arrival, police found one victim suffering a gunshot wound. The individu

WHO-TV - 2018-01-22 03:33:28

Early morning shooting at Des Moines Kum & Go

Police are investigating a shooting that happened at a Kum & Go in Des Moines early Sunday morning. Officers were called to the scene on University Ave. shortly after 4 a.m. Police say there is at least one victim, but have not commented on the victim's condition. Officers also say the victim and t

KCCI.COM - 2018-01-21 12:23:00

Police Make Arrest in Saturday Drive-By Shooting

Alex Ray Simon (WHO-HD) DES MOINES, Iowa - Police have made an arrest in a Des Moines drive-by shooting that took place on Saturday afternoon. One of the suspects is 19-year-old Alex Ray Simon. Police received several reports of gunfire in the area of 36th Street and East Court. Investigators found

WHO-TV - 2018-01-21 20:41:00