Packers Mock Draft Projects Quentin Johnston to Green BayLet's Go WisconsinNewsBreak Contributor
Mel Kiper Projects Packers to Draft This Big Ten LinemanLet's Go WisconsinNewsBreak Contributor
Plan a Weekend in Green Bay WisconsinTammy EminethNewsBreak Contributor
Packers Mock Draft Monday Selects Jaxon Smith-Njigba FirstLet's Go WisconsinNewsBreak Contributor
Aaron Rodgers reveals his desire to play for the New York Jets on The Pat McAfee Show.RR NEWS USANewsBreak Contributor
One dog found deceased after residential fire in Greenville, firefighters investigating
GREENVILLE, Wis. (WFRV) – One dog is dead after a structure fire on Wednesday afternoon in Outagamie County. Local 5 News was on the scene and spoke with Greenville Fire Chief Tim Lambie, who said that once arriving on the scene, smoke was showing from the residence located on Highway 15 in the Town of Greenville.
Student Lead Bean-Bag Tournament Benefits Homeless Shelter
WRIGHTSTOWN, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) – A bean bag tournament at Wrightstown High School wrapped up on Wednesday. Students of the Sources of Strength group held a pep rally which included the final game in its March Madness Bean Bag Tournament. The Sources of Strength is a student-led group that comes...
Two Chicago men accused of stealing checks worth over $500k from Outagamie County businesses
(WFRV) – Two men believed to be tied to multiple stolen check incidents across northeast Wisconsin were arrested in Manitowoc County after a months-long investigation. According to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office, two men from Chicago were arrested for allegedly stealing checks from businesses. Back in early December, the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office got multiple complaints of mail theft, specifically from the industrial park in the Village of Greenville.
Public invited to create Ukrainian Easter eggs over weekend, symbolize peace
APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) – Ukrainian Easter eggs, also known as pysanky, have become a symbol of peace in Ukraine and around the world, and residents in northeast Wisconsin will have the opportunity to make their own at the Trout Museum of Art. Facilitated by Olga Halaburda Hietpas, the purpose...
Fox Valley Roofing Contractor Faces Over $140,000 in Fines for Alleged OSHA Violation
(WTAQ-WLUK) — One of the Fox Valley’s largest roofing general contractors is facing over $140,000 in proposed fines for an alleged safety violation. The U.S. Department of Labor announced Tuesday that Security-Luebke Roofing Inc. in Appleton — as well as subcontractor JJ Roofing in Kaukauna — have been cited for repeatedly failing to protect their employees from deadly fall hazards.
Phone Scam Hitting Calumet County
Calumet County residents are being warned of a telephone scam that’s circulating in that county. The Calumet County Sheriff’s Office has received reports of people getting a call from a man claiming to be with the Sheriff’s Office. The caller tells his intended target that there’s a warrant for their arrest, and that a payment, typically via a gift card, is the only way to avoid being taken into custody.
Kaukauna police use Narcan twice in past week on overdose victims
KAUKAUNA — Kaukauna police say they’ve used Narcan in two overdose cases this week as fentanyl continues to be the No. 1 drug threat in the Fox Valley. “Kaukauna is certainly not immune to this dangerous drug,” read a Facebook post Wednesday from the police department. The...
Appleton Police Advising Residents to Change Their Nighttime Routine
The Appleton Police Department is asking the public to change their nighttime routine. In a post on Facebook, the Department reminds residents to “make it a habit” to remove valuables from their vehicles, lock their vehicles, close and lock their garage and exterior doors, and turn on exterior lights.
Appleton to Revisit ‘No Mow May’ Following Study Retraction
APPLETON, WI (WTAQ-WLUK) — Some Appleton residents have been participating in “No Mow May” since the city started allowing it in 2020. It means they don’t mow their lawns the entire month of May, with the purpose of helping bees pollinate. Recently, the original study, which...
Former Packer Ahman Green Hangs $1.9M Price Tag on Wisconsin Home
A French-inspired home outside Green Bay, Wisconsin, is on the open market this winter with an asking price of $1.9 million. The 7,200 sq. ft., 2004-vintage residence in De Pere is currently owned by retired NFL player and former Packers team member Ahman Green. With a red brick exterior, a...
The Dirty Snowball, the Signature Cocktail at Cleo’s Brown Beam in Appleton Without Alcohol is like…
For 53 years Appleton’s venerable cocktail lounge Cleo’s Brown Beam has been wetting the whistles and slaking the thirsts of locals and visitors alike. Every firefighter who comes to town to pick up their truck from Pierce seems to make a stop at Cleo’s. As does virtually every comic who performs at Skyline. Even when they were playing as far away as Madison or Milwaukee, comics Lewis Black and Kathleen Madigan make the effort to drop in. In fact, it was reportedly a visit to Cleo’s that inspired Lewis to say, “You pay less for liquor (in Wisconsin) than anybody I know anywhere in the country. Nobody pays less for liquor than you. How? I don’t know if you’re using that farm subsidy money or if you’re just hijacking liquor trucks, but this is f*cking insane!”
Five ways you can boost your child's mindfulness at home using a curriculum used in many Fox Valley 4K classes.
APPLETON - During the pandemic, terms like "self-care," "mental health" and "mindfulness" — the ability to be in the present moment in a nonjudgmental way — became buzzwords. But for many early childhood educators in the Fox Valley, such concepts have been integrated into the classroom for years.
Trans Day of Visibility
Join local trans musicians Nicholas Raymond, Ivy Danielle, victor James, Taizan Alford, a Poetry Readying by Vered Meltzer, and Emcee Rachel Crowl. These performances will be followed by an open mic.
Dairy columnist would do it all again
Cathy Johnson says that if she could hit rewind in life, she wouldn’t change a thing. She stopped writing a column for Hoard’s Dairyman four decades ago, but Johnson’s stories live on in a collection she published during the pandemic. Her book, “If I Could Hit Rewind...
Former Kaukauna Ghosts face off on college softball diamond
OSHKOSH — The last time Addison Race and Haylie Wittman played together in a softball game was last June when the Galloping Ghosts seniors walked of Goodman Diamond on the UW Madison campus as state champions. That was until Wednesday when the two college freshman faced each other for...
Appleton sees Increase in Retail Thefts
APPLETON, WI (WTAQ) Appleton business owners should stay vigilant; and be aware of shoppers with sticky fingers. So far this year, the Appleton Police Department has taken complaints of 81 retail theft cases. At this time last year, that number was 61. Appleton Police Chief, Polly Olson, says items in high demand are most targeted to be stolen. Price increases may also lead to higher numbers of theft cases.
Local crowd-fund group donates to Appleton’s next Paint the City project
APPLETON — A building in downtown Appleton will have a fresh coat of color this summer thanks to a donation from a local fundraising group. Paint the City received a donation of nearly $10,000 from the group Elevate 920 following a pitch event earlier this month. Creative Downtown Appleton,...
1-800 WATER DAMAGE on Local 5 Live
(WFRV) – During Spring, our humidity increases as does precipitation and that can mean water in the basement or other areas of your home. Kurt Schoenick from 1-800 WATER DAMAGE Appleton-Green Bay joined us today to talk about ways to protect your home and what to do if you find water.
Two Area Marinas Receive Federal Funding for Improvements
(WTAQ-WLUK) — Two Northeast Wisconsin marinas are getting federal grants for improvements. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced High Cliff State Park Marina in Sherwood and South Bay Marina in Green Bay will receive Boating Infrastructure Grants (BIG). High Cliff State Park Marina received a Tier 1 grant...
Employee Resource Group Informational Session
Come hang out and learn about Employee Resource Groups (ERGS) with other Lawrence faculty and staff. Heavy appetizers and one (1) complimentary drink token will be provided. Additional drinks available for purchase with a credit/debit card. Questions? Contact Helen Boyd Kramer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
© 2023 Particle Media.