Uniquely WI:Paralyzed Painter hunter learns to paint again after falling out of deer stand.
State transportation officials hope to reopen the Leo Frigo bridge in roughly three months
Jacquart brothers of Manitowoc County charged with allegedly killing a man in central Illinois.
Brothers who were molested by a Catholic priest drop their claim for punitive damages against the Green Bay diocese.
The GOP front runner tailgated with fans before the Packers game.
West De Pere and Notre Dame high school football teams face-off Saturday for a spot in the state championship game. One local woman is torn between the two teams.
A joint committee of lawmakers has voted to suspend the training rules for the state's new concealed carry law.
Seven teams from the Channel 5 viewing area will play for a spot in the WIAA State Football Championships next weekend.
How do you say "thank you" to someone for saving a newborn's life? David Wied shocked a room-full of nurses today at Bellin Hospital with a surprise that left everyone in tears.
Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt presented his budget proposals for 2012 to the City Council Tuesday night.
The Brown County Board has called an emergency meeting to discuss options for expanding the current board.
The deadline to apply for a Sturgeon spearing license is midnight tonight.
Monday night thousands of kids will hit the streets for Trick-or-Treating. But before you let your little goblin or ghost out, make sure you know who to keep them safe.
Motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has issued a mass recall that involves more than 250,000 motocycles.
The Wisconsin DOT has issued several new lane closures for HWY 41 in Brown and Winnebago Counties.
A Green Bay has been taken into custody after investigators believe he started a fire at his foreclosed home in Pulaski.
The Green Bay Fire Department responded to a kitchen fire in a multi-family apartment building around noon.
Channel Five Sunday Morning was live from a new winter dog park in Appleton.
Cornelius Hicks faces eight counts of armed robbery in Brown County.
For the first time, Officer Ryan Williams is speaking out about the March 20th stand-off with police. It resulted in Williams taking two gun shots to the chest.