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Road salt prices climbing

Some private companies around the state are having a tough time getting road salt, but that's not the case for the city of Appleton. Deputy public works director Nate Loper says they buy their supply for a set price, through…

posted 2014-12-11 15:03 by WHBY

2nd man arrested for Ashwaubenon robbery

Police in Ashwaubenon arrested a second suspect in an armed robbery at a business. Twenty-four-year-old Walker Neuman of Green Bay is accused of helping a 30-year-old man rob the PrePlayed store, on S. Oneida Street, on December 10. Jasen Cole…

posted 2014-12-11 15:02 by WHBY

State losing battle against EAB

The DNR says it's no longer possible to eradicate an ash-tree killing pest in Wisconsin, but the agency will still try to contain it. Spokesman Dreux Watermolen says they're proposing a switch in the classification of the Emerald Ash Borer.…

posted 2014-12-11 15:01 by WHBY

Wis. health rank continues downward slide

A national report ranks Wisconsin 23rd in the country for public health and that's down considerably from two decades ago. Appleton public health officer Kurt Eggebrect says the state ranked 6th, in 1993, and 17th, in 2003. He says obesity…

posted 2014-12-11 05:05 by WHBY

Johnson weighs in on $1 trillion spending bill

A Wisconsin Senator says he'll push for a more structured budget process, once Republicans take control of the Senate next year. Congress is considering a $1 trillion funding bill this week, that would keep the government running through September. Senator…

posted 2014-12-11 05:04 by WHBY

Union preparing for right-to-work fight

The head of a major union says his members are already preparing for the right-to-work debate. Republican leaders in the Legislature say passing that kind of bill will be a priority during the next session. Wisconsin AFL-CIO president Phil Neuenfeldt…

posted 2014-12-11 05:03 by WHBY

PAC closing in on fundraising goal

A fundraising campaign to help ensure the long-term success of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is nearly complete. PAC president Maria Van Laanen says they are very close to their $25 million goal, but still need a few more…

posted 2014-12-11 05:02 by WHBY

Two special needs day cares offer choice

Having two special needs daycare centers preparing to open in the Fox Cities is great news for parents. That's the feeling of Lisa Schneider. She has an adult daughter with special needs, and has been working to open A Very…

posted 2014-12-11 05:01 by WHBY


UW football coach leaving for Oregon State

Wisconsin football head coach Gary Andersen informed UW director of athletics Barry Alvarez and the Badger football team this afternoon that he has taken the same position at Oregon State University. Addressing the media at 5:15 p.m. press conference Wednesday,…

posted 2014-12-10 18:20:31 by WHBY

Johnson reacts to CIA torture report

A U.S. Senator from Oshkosh says he's disappointed by a report released this week, documenting torture committed by CIA agents, against terrorist suspects. Republican Senator Ron Johnson says he doesn't feel torture illicit's much useful intelligence information, but the documents…

posted 2014-12-10 13:05 by WHBY

PAC releases annual report

The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is coming off of another positive year. President Maria Van Laanen released the annual report, for the downtown Appleton venue, today. Over 200,000 people went to the PAC during the last season. Van Laanen…

posted 2014-12-10 13:04 by WHBY

St. Elizabeth hospital to show off new tower

An Appleton hospital is showing off its $95 million addition, Saturday, during an open house.  The five story building a St. Elizabeth hospital officials opens January 10th. It will house several departments, including the ICU, orthopedics, and cancer and neurological…

posted 2014-12-10 13:03 by WHBY

     Law enforcement agencies, firefighters, medical officials, social workers and others in Winnebago county are working to launch a CART…
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It is a tradition on the PhilCast each Christmas show and this year is no exception. A while back, in…
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Somehow this poor guy who owns a plumbing company in Texas is now taking all kinds of heat through no…
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