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UPDATE: Trial for Two Rivers Man Ends in Mistrial

The trial which was scheduled for this week for the Two Rivers man charged in the death of a two-month-old baby has ended in a mistrial. Matthew Brown-Edwards is facing charges of 1st Degree Reckless Homicide, Child Abuse Recklessly Causing Great Harm, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. According to the...
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Teen Flees from Manitowoc Police, Admits to Stealing a Vehicle

The Manitowoc Police Department has reported the arrest of a man who fled from police and admitted to stealing a vehicle. The police report states that an officer was on patrol in the 2600 block of South 10th Street at around 2:45 Friday morning (June 24th), when he saw a vehicle make a turn, and squeal its tires.

Popular Manitowoc restaurant Holla adds food truck

(WFRV) – You know their brick and mortar in Manitowoc but now the flavors of Holla are hitting the road. Myke and Shannon Hollahan visited Local 5 Live with details on their new food truck and their ever-changing menu, why that’s an important element to their business, and where to find their truck.

Our Town Manitowoc: Froedtert Holy Family Memorial

(WFRV) – When Holy Family Memorial became part of the Froedtert / Medical College Wisconsin Health Network, it not only merged the history of the two but enhanced the personalized care available to their patients. Local 5 Live visited with some of the team there with a look at...

Sheboygan Man Dies in Early Morning Crash

A Sheboygan man is dead following an early morning crash today. The Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene of the crash, which occurred at the I-43 off-ramp at Country Road AA/Foster Road at around 2:20 a.m. It was determined that the vehicle was traveling north when...

"See the Cave in a New Light" in Maribel

MARIBEL (WLUK) -- The Maribel Caves are a great space to visit in the summer. On Saturday, July 2- it's hosting "See the Cave in a New Light". Click on the video to learn more.
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Sheboygan man killed in rollover crash

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - A 64-year-old Sheboygan man was killed in a crash early Monday. At about 2:21 a.m., Sheboygan County dispatchers received a call about a crash on I-43 near County Road AA in the Town of Holland. The Sheriff’s Office says the driver was traveling north when...

Brillion approves new administrator

BRILLION - The City of Brillion's search for a new administrator is over. Council approved Richard Johnston on Monday night. Johnston has years of administrative experience including with the Village of Suamico on the outskirts of Green Bay city limits and more recently, the Town of Clayton. Johnston said he...

Sheboygan rally draws hundreds after Roe overturned. ‘We’re right back here again,’ organizer says of SCOTUS striking down abortion right.

SHEBOYGAN - A steady stream of cars continued to honk in support of the approximately 200 people — men, women and children — who lined the street corners of a prominent Sheboygan intersection Sunday at a Rally for Reproductive Freedom.   The rally was organized by Sheboygan Abortion Rights Coalition in the wake of the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling that legalized abortions at the federal level. ...

Trial for Two Rivers man charged in 2018 death of 2-month-old girl set this week in Manitowoc County Circuit Court

Fulfilling our obligation: This report is part of the Herald Times Reporter's mission to follow criminal cases from arrest to their conclusion. MANITOWOC - Matthew Brown-Edwards is set to plead his case in a jury trial this week.  The 27-year-old Two Rivers man is accused of abusing a 2-month-old baby girl who died as a result...

Two Rivers Main Street’s Roger Russove Set to Retire This Friday

After 27 years with Two Rivers Main Street, and 7 years as Executive Director, Roger Russove is hanging up his boots this Friday. Roger first took over as executive director in 2015 but was also actively involved with the organization since it was founded in 1995. We spoke with Roger...

Trial begins in Two Rivers baby death case

MANITOWOC (WLUK) -- Jury selection started Monday morning for Matthew Brown-Edwards, who is standing trial for the January 2018 death of a two-month-old girl. Brown-Edwards is charged with first-degree reckless homicide and child abuse for the incident. The trial is scheduled to last five days. Paramedics were called to a...

Now Hiring: Sargento Foods hiring several dozen jobs

PLYMOUTH, Wis. — A tinge of excitement framed Christine Lodes voice as she talked about her job at Sargento Foods in Plymouth. “It’s so cool seeing the cheese literally get cut from blocks to shredded cheese into a bag and then into a box,” she said while fixing a bag deflator assembly on one of the company’s machines. ”Then all of a sudden, walking into a store and seeing that same exact bag in the stores. It’s just so cool being able to see that.”

Manitowoc American Legion Baseball Returns to Action Today

After a busy and productive weekend at the Marinette Firecracker Tournament, the Manitowoc varsity American Legion Baseball team is scheduled to return to action tonight (June 28th). Legion Post 88 will travel to De Pere for an 8:00 p.m. first pitch. Manager Kevin Stangel’s ballclub enters play with a record...

Our Town Manitowoc: Wisconsin Maritime Museum

(WFRV) – Local 5 Live continues our summer series Our Town exploring the best of our area communities. This week we’re exploring Manitowoc and we take a closer look at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum with a preview of Subfest at Fourth on the Shore, and a peek inside the museum at some of the newest additions including the modern ferry-building industry and a wooden boat with Wisconsin ties.