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Prof reacts to fundraising in governor's race

A political scientist is weighing in on the latest fundraising numbers in the race for governor. Governor Walker collected $8.2 million from January to June of this year. His main Democratic opponent, Mary Burke, brought in $3.6 million. St. Norbert…

posted 2014-07-10 15:03 by WHBY

Nestle pizza official wants immigration reform

The facilities manager at the Nestle pizza plant in Little Chute wants federal lawmakers to work out a deal on immigration, before it starts impacting their operations. Marcus Brenneman says about 30 percent of their 1,200 workers are immigrants. He…

posted 2014-07-10 15:02 by WHBY

Group wants answers on parole system

A coalition of religious leaders and prison reform advocates is accusing the department of corrections of keeping people in prison, when they could be out on parole. The group called WISDOM says nearly 3,000 inmates who are eligible for parole…

posted 2014-07-10 15:00 by WHBY

UW-GB hosts grandparents camp

UW-Green Bay is bringing together grandparents and grandchildren today and tomorrow. The campus is hosting its annual Grandparents University summer camp. Director Mona Christensen says it's a great opportunity for them to do something together, besides watching a movie, or…

posted 2014-07-10 14:59 by WHBY

Appleton 'wheel tax' debate on hold

The fate of a proposed "wheel tax" in Appleton won't be known for at least a month. The potential $20 annual fee would be added to the state's vehicle registration fee. The revenue would offset the special assessments that property…

posted 2014-07-10 05:05 by WHBY

Packers rededicate Harlan Plaza

The renovated Harlan Plaza, outside of Lambeau Field, opens next Thursday, but Packers officials rededicated it yesterday. The project started in January, and Packers president Mark Murphy says they lowered the plaza 20 feet, so people can have direct access…

posted 2014-07-10 05:04 by WHBY

Group runs protected special needs trusts

Prosecutors say an Appleton man stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from his disabled son's trust fund, and a non-profit gives people an option to avoid similar situations. WisPACT currently oversees special needs trust funds for about 2,300 people in…

posted 2014-07-10 05:03 by WHBY

Appleton skate park may be back on track

Appleton's first skate park could be taking shape in the coming weeks. After the first bids came back, over budget, the parks department hopes to sign a contract with Miron Construction for about $250,000. The finance committee approved the company's…

posted 2014-07-10 05:02 by WHBY

Coalition wants action on immigration

A poll shows most people in the state want changes in the country's immigration policies. A coalition of business groups released the findings yesterday, while calling on President Obama and Congress to work together on the issue. George Klaetsch is…

posted 2014-07-10 05:01 by WHBY


Brewers Slump Continues, Phillies down Crew 4-1

The Milwaukee Brewers continue to struggle as they were shut down by Roberto Hernandez Wednesday night 4-1 at Miller Park. Hernandez came into the game with a 3-8 record but he limited the Brewers to 3 hits in 8 innings…

posted 2014-07-09 22:21:38 by WHBY

Disability group reacts to theft case

A non-profit group is reacting to the case of an Appleton man accused of spending more than $360,000 from his disabled son's trust fund. Court records say 48-year-old Todd Laseke used the money on drugs, pornography, and travel. He's facing…

posted 2014-07-09 15:05 by WHBY

Wis. Supreme Court upholds hearsay at prelims

The state Supreme Court is upholding a law that allows hearsay testimony during a preliminary hearing. That's testimony that comes from a second-hand source, like a police officer talking about what a victim said during an interview. The Legislature passed…

posted 2014-07-09 15:04 by WHBY

Think pink. October is here and although I think most of us are indeed already aware of breast cancer, almost…
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I don't get it. So this couple sits through really poor service and rewards the server with a $100.00 tip…
posted by Philcast 1 day ago
     Heroin has been a drug of choice in northeastern Wisconsin, but there's evidence methamphetamine is making a comeback.  MEG…
posted by Assignment Fox Cities Blog 2 days ago