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A list of Michaels craft store locations impacted by a security breach that may have exposed millions of cards. More>>

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If you think your card was compromised during this breach, there are some steps you can take to protect your information. More>>

List of Communities Asked to Run Water - Updated April 18 Video included

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As temperatures warm and frost in the ground thaws, communities are lifting their run-water orders.
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The Wisconsin DNR is stocking these lakes with "catchable-size" trout in Spring 2014. More>>

Document shredding days scheduled across Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau is hosting special events at three locations across the state where people can shred sensitive documents to prevent identity theft. More>>

Joint Tribute to Boston Marathoners

A local event will offer a showing of solidarity for runners, walkers and well-wishers looking to support the marathon for continuing in the wake of 2013's tragic events. More>>

The website Last Pass has set up a way for you to see which websites are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug. More>>

Find out more information relay race that spans the entire country and benefits Multiple Sclerosis research. More>>

New Poll Shows Gov. Walker Leading Democrat Mary Burke

A new poll from St. Norbert/WPR shows Republican Gov. Scott Walker leading democratic challenger Mary Burke by 15 percent. More>>

Statewide assessment results for the Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examinations. More>>

Safety tips for boaters and anglers during Fox River clean up. More>>

CONSUMER ALERT: Gas Fireplaces Recalled Due to Explosion Hazard

Thousands of gas fireplaces and fireplace inserts are being recalled due to an explosion hazard. More>>

Wisconsin to participate in another drug take-back

Wisconsin residents will get a chance to get rid of unused, expired and unwanted prescription drugs later this month as part of the next National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. More>>

Tackling Child Abuse & Neglect with Blue Kites

Brown County law enforcement leaders say child abuse and neglect cases remain a top concern for the area. More>>

You could see your photo on Packers game tickets. Entry deadline is April 28. More>>

R-PAWS is an organization of volunteer members that nurtures injured and orphaned wildlife for release back into their wild habitats. More>>

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  • Rebuilt New London Church Open For Easter

    Rebuilt New London Church Open For Easter

    On August 7th of last year, a record six tornadoes ripped through areas in Northeast Wisconsin. Trinity Lutheran Church in New London had its roof torn off and one of the tornadoes leveled parts of their building. This Easter Sunday is very special for the people who worship at Trinity Lutheran Church here in New London. Their church was leveled to the ground when tornadoes ripped through this part of Wisconsin back in August of last year. People had to bring lawn chairs and set them up in th...More >>
    On August 7th of last year, a record six tornadoes ripped through areas in Northeast Wisconsin. Trinity Lutheran Church in New London had its roof torn off and one of the tornadoes leveled parts of their building. This Easter Sunday is very special for the people who worship at Trinity Lutheran Church here in New London. Their church was leveled to the ground when tornadoes ripped through this part of Wisconsin back in August of last year. People had to bring lawn chairs and set them up in th...More >>
  • Wrightstown Fire Damages Barn

    Wrightstown Fire Damages Barn

    A fire damaged a barn early Sunday morning in southern Brown County. Fire fighters were called to the 2700 block of Popular Street in Wrightstown just after 1 a.m..Crews on scene were able to contain the fire in about an hour. No injuries were caused by the fire. The extend of the damage and the cause of the fire are both unknown.More >>
    A fire damaged a barn early Sunday morning in southern Brown County. Fire fighters were called to the 2700 block of Popular Street in Wrightstown just after 1 a.m..Crews on scene were able to contain the fire in about an hour. No injuries were caused by the fire. The extend of the damage and the cause of the fire are both unknown.More >>
  • Dying Appleton Teen's Wish Becoming Reality in Houston

    Dying Appleton Teen's Wish Becoming Reality in Houston

    A former Appleton family is celebrating an exciting year ahead, despite the tragedy it began with.In 2009 Dan Kenneavy died after battling Osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer.The Appleton teenager and his family traveled to MD Anderson Cancer Center for treatment.The teen's final wish was for his family: To create a home and support program for young adults battling cancer.Now, just a few miles away from MD Anderson, Dan's wish is moving in.A groundbreaking was held a few weeks ago for Dan's ...More >>
    A former Appleton family is celebrating an exciting year ahead, despite the tragedy it began with.In 2009 Dan Kenneavy died after battling Osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer.The Appleton teenager and his family traveled to MD Anderson Cancer Center for treatment.The teen's final wish was for his family: To create a home and support program for young adults battling cancer.Now, just a few miles away from MD Anderson, Dan's wish is moving in.A groundbreaking was held a few weeks ago for Dan's ...More >>
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