Here are your top local stories for Wednesday morning, March 4, 2015.
Appleton United gets ready to head to Madison for the state hockey tournament. Assistant coach Erik Larabell talks about preparation for the game.
There’s activity throughout the region.
A culinary team from Fox Valley Technical College has advanced to the American Culinary Classic Regionals.
Brown County's Board of Health is still deciding what to do with the wind turbines in the town of Glenmore.
The section of U.S. 41 where a 34-year-old Appleton woman was killed Tuesday morning in the town of Lawrence, does not have any median barrier. That's a fact the Wisconsin Department of Transportation plans to change in the coming years.
Netanyahu is a staunch opponent of the ongoing negotiations, fearing that it will allow Iranian leaders to continue secretly building a nuclear bomb that could pose a major threat to Israel's security.
The Hobart-- Lawrence police department says two vehicles crashed in the southbound lanes of U.S. 41 about 9 a.m.
BROWN COUNTY (WFRV) Emergency service crews are prepared to respond to accidents on major highways. Part of that response is keeping traffic away from the scene and moving, slowly but constantly \
It's now on it's way to the President's desk