Included is “Romeo and Juliet.”
State lawmakers say they are gong to miss Tuesday's deadline to pass a new state budget.
Call center closes the same day employees learn they are losing their jobs
Use of off-road, all-terrain vehicles or utility terrain vehicles is growing rapidly in the U.S. and in Wisconsin. With that explosion comes a warning from the DNR - children need safety training and should be wearing helmets.
Green Bay firefighters said goodbye to one of their own today. Funeral services were held for Lieutenant Michael Miller who died from natural causes at his fire station. His memorial service drew hundreds of mourners - including emergency service workers from all over the state.
Senator Tammy Baldwin reacted to the Supreme Courts ruling on gay marriage during a visit to Appleton on Monday.
Following back-to-back trips to the Final Four, Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan will have one more season left at the helm in Madison.
Here are the top local stories for Monday morning, June 29, 2015.
The 10th annual Pearly Gates Ride for Veterans in Green Bay hits the road July 11. The event raises money to help support veterans and their families in times of need.
If State Highway 172 is along your commute morning commute you may need to take another route or add some additional travel time. Lanes are being reduced for a week long inspection.