Guest conductor/violinist Samantha George handles the music with flair.
Chelly was joined by artist Theresa Cleven
This morning's weather trivia question
No one was hurt and police say there is no threat on campus.
Phoenix suffers shocking home loss, must play NCAA waiting game.
Green Bay locks up key member of defense.
Phoenix fans enjoy the Horizon League Tournament at the Resch Center
Officials responded Saturday to reports of a fire at St. Lawrence Seminary.
Police are investigating after a man is found dead in Kimberly.
In the end, Hysterical Productions touches hearts in the famed musical.
Crews began closing ramps Friday morning at the Highway 41/47 interchange in Appleton.
It happened just after 8 o’clock at the intersection of W. Mason St. and 15th Ave.
94 year old Betty Strohfus helped train air combat crews during World War II.
A tentative deal has been struck between employees and Hoffmaster.
Comedian Jerrry Seinfeld is taking center stage at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
Rep. Gary Tauchen says it would focus on research and promotion for Wisconsin's beer industry
The Green Bay Area Public School District is set to host two informational meetings on the Spring referendum.
Watch our full interview with Rep. Gary Tauchen on his proposal to create a Wisconsin Beer Commission
A chlorine gas leak happened on Green Bay's East side around 11 a.m. Friday
Wisconsin's maple syrup season is a bit frozen right now. Producers need warmer temperatures for the sap to run.
There will be plenty of bright lime green in the stands as part of a grassroots effort known as the "Green Bandana Brigade".
Here are your top local stories for Friday morning, March 7, 2014.
The record setting winter is causing many communities to adjust budgets and cut projects.
Kurt Weill’s compelling opera is getting a full-blown treatment.
Ten years after surviving a horrific case of domestic violence, a Wisconsin native is telling her story in Green Bay. Local Five's Tara Joyce shares her story of survival.
The Oneida Tribe of Indians says a $28 million renovation of its gaming operations is on track. Underway since last June, Thursday the tribe offered us a glimpse of the progress
Green Bay city leaders say a relatively new ordinance is working, that makes it easier to prosecute delinquent landlords
"Let us do our own work," says Green Bay School District Supt.
The Service League of Green Bay invites the public to the Big Blue Bash.
Green Bay police on high alert searching for a bank robbery suspect.