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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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Search for missing and endangered 27-year-old over

ALLOUEZ, Wis. (WFRV) – The Wisconsin Department of Justice has given an update on the missing and endangered 27-year-old from the Village of Allouez. Darice Lauren Marie White was located safely at a residence in Alabama. No further information was provided. Brown County Sheriff’s Office searching for missing and...
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Boy Scout, 15, 'Pretty Shook Up' After Trying to Save Truck Driver Who Died in Accident with Amtrak Train

A pair of Boy Scout troops from Wisconsin stepped up to help in the immediate aftermath of Monday's Amtrak crash in Missouri, which left three people dead. Boy Scout Troops 73 and 12, of Appleton, Wisconsin, were returning home from a 10-day backpacking trip in New Mexico when the train they were riding collided with a dump truck in Mendon, Missouri, Scott Armstrong, director of national media relations with the Boy Scouts of America, tells PEOPLE.
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Two arrested after disturbance at Green Bay hotel

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Two people were taken into custody following an incident on Green Bay’s east side Monday night. Officers responded to a neighborhood on Doty Street near the intersection with Roosevelt. Police tell us there was a disturbance at a hotel just before 10:30 p.m. A...

How the Minnesota Vikings stack up against the Green Bay Packers

I was fortunate enough to spend my weekend at a lovely wedding of a dear friend of mine, but it came at a cost. The wedding was in Minneapolis and I was surrounded by Minnesota Vikings fans telling me how, yet again, this is their year. I believe the quote was “we’ll have a top 5 offense and the top defense in the North,” and that was BEFORE the open bar.
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Two girls found safe after search in Green Bay

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Two girls were found safe after being reported missing in Green Bay Tuesday morning. The children, ages three and five, went missing from the 400 block of S Jackson Street. Officers searched neighborhoods on foot and used drones. The children were found unharmed. No other...

New Development Coming to Kimberly Along the Fox River

KIMBERLY, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) — This riverfront view that used to be home to an operation related to the New Page Paper Mill will soon become the Blue at the Trails neighborhood, complete with condominiums and townhomes. President of Hoffman Planning, Design, and Construction Sam Statz describes this project as...

Bringing back Tom Clements was great call by Packers brass

The Green Bay Packers brought back an old friend in longtime offensive assistant Tom Clements to replace former QB coach Luke Getsy, who is now with the Chicago Bears. This was a really intriguing move by the Packers because Clements, who has coached football for 30 years, was Green Bay's QB coach and offensive coordinator for a little over a decade during the Mike McCarthy era (2006-2016).

Wisconsin GOP Debate: Missing Michels Slammed by Rivals on Gas Tax, Residency

The Wisconsin GOP debate got pretty pointed, but Tim Michels was missing. Republican gubernatorial candidates Rebecca Kleefisch, Kevin Nicholson, and Timothy Ramthun took the gloves off, slamming businessman Tim Michels for skipping a candidate debate in Green Bay and raising questions about his residency and ties to organizations that worked to raise the state’s gas tax.

Carlos Dunlap to Green Bay seems very logical

Last season, the Packers got at least nine sacks from both Rashan Gary and Preston Smith on the edge. But after them, backups Jonathan Garvin and Tipa Galeai combined for just 2.5 sacks all season. GM Brian Gutekunst did select South Carolina's Kingsley Enagbare in the fifth round of this year's NFL Draft. Enagbare finished last season with 16 QB hits (leading the Power Five) and also finished third in the Power Five in pass-rush win-rate. He has talent but will experience a learning curve as a rookie. With not a lot of years remaining in the Aaron Rodgers era, the team needs to make "win-now" moves. Adding a veteran edge-rusher like Carlos Dunlap would give Green Bay a really solid, deep trio of edge-rushers.

Accused murderer with cartel ties needs a new attorney

OCONTO, Wis–An Oconto County murder suspect is once again in need of an attorney. The lawyer who had been representing Manuel Herrera-Hernandez has withdrawn from the case. Herrera-Hernandez is accused of shooting a Green Bay man to death and dumping his body in the parking lot of the Green Bay Shores State Wildlife area in Little Suamico back in February of 2021. Herrera-Hernandez claims to have ties to a Mexican drug cartel–which has made it difficult for the court to find a public defender willing to take the case.

With frontrunner Tim Michels skipping event, 3 GOP governor candidates vow to enforce Wisconsin abortion ban

GREEN BAY – Three Republicans vying to defeat Democratic incumbent Gov. Tony Evers this fall pledged to bar transgender teenagers from undergoing gender reassignment surgeries and to preserve the state's abortion ban and fire any prosecutor or sheriff who refuses to enforce it.  But the focus of the first major public forum in the GOP primary for governor was on what was missing: the candidate leading in state polling.  ...

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.

Appleton Boy Scouts back home; 2 injured troop leaders stay at Missouri hospital after Amtrak crash

While two Appleton-based Boy Scout troops that were aboard an Amtrak train when it crashed and derailed Monday have made it home, two injured adults with the group will stay at a hospital in Columbia, Missouri. None of the 15 Boy Scouts or seven troop leaders, from troops 12 and 73, who were on the train had life-threatening injuries, said...