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Assembly Bill 409 passed the Assembly in February and was referred to the Senate's Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Veterans and Military Affairs.
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The City of Green Bay now has the support of the Stadium District Board as it moves closer to the construction and restoration of the Hotel Northland.
People continue to survey the damage, amid scene many woke up to early Saturday, fire ripping through St. Lawrence Seminary High School in Fond du Lac County.
Bishop David Ricken has appointed Deacon Tony Abts as Diaconate Director for the Diocese of Green Bay.
UW Oshkosh police believe there is no threat to student safety following a shooting on campus this past weekend, police release more information about the incident, including a description of the suspect.
The National Weather Service measured the ice cover on Saturday at more than 93-percent, which is the most ice on the lake since the start of record keeping in 1973.
As the last days of Wisconsin's legislative session wind down, state lawmakers would be wise to push forward with a bill that would significantly improve the health and well-being of Wisconsin school kids.
Women in the U.S. may have had the right to vote for 95 years, but that does not mean equality has followed.
Dozens turned out for a rally in Green Bay, hoping to raise awareness about what's really happening in Ukraine.
The Volunteer Center of Brown County helps connect people with volunteer opportunities in the area.
Green Bay Garden Blitz Raised Bed Garden Boxes: The grassroots gardening initiative dedicated to inspiring greater Green Bay to garden will be installing garden boxes May 2-4 throughout the city.
Dec 2, 2012; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb is tackled by Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jasper Brinkley after catching a pass during the first quarter at Lambeau Field.
Croatt is a 2010 Oostburg High School graduate and is currently student teaching at Heritage School in DePere.
There! I saw plants poking their heads up -- mostly tiger lily with their little green shoots.
When a police officer shoots and kills someone, it's not uncommon for his or her relatives to raise questions about the incident.