The U.S. Army is looking for quite a few more quality men and women enlistees. That's because for the first time in six years the army is falling short in recruiting goals. The U.S. Army faces the real possibility of not meeting recruiting goals for 2015. That would be the third time in the last 20-years that has happened. Among the reasons are an improving economy and more stringent qualifications.
There is a shortage of truck drivers nationwide. Now, area companies are trying to remove the hurdles keeping job seekers away from the industry.
A local hospital is getting even greener.. benefiting not only the environment but the patients as well.
Here are your top local stories for Friday morning, July 31, 2015.
The comedy turns.
One man is dead after his vehicle hit a tractor head on.
The 'World's Tallest Grandfather Clock' is telling time once again.
Appleton Police Chief Todd Thomas has asked the city council to consider changing the current policy.
The 70th edition of Packers training camp kicked off Thursday morning at Ray Nitschke Field. And for the next month Packers fans are taking over the Stadium District.
It took place at Georgia Pacific's complex in Green Bay