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Third-ranked Neenah rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit to stun fifth-ranked Stevens Point 59-56 on Thursday in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal at Menasha.
Ladies and gentlemen, start your fryers.
Police are seeking a 17-year-old boy who they say robbed an elderly man early Thursday morning after a car crash.
Organizers of a collection effort of furniture and supplies for incoming refugees say the three-day drive was a resounding success.
University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross promised Thursday to help the Board of Regents gain a basic understanding of system finances, reiterating his pledge to simplify accounting and talk about spending more clearly.
Organizers of the annual drive for the homeless know their goal is lofty.
Photos: Brandon shooting
Police are notifying the public that a man with a history of violent sex offenses has moved to Appleton.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is sending another letter in support of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would deliver oil from Canada to refineries along the Gulf Coast.
Fox Valley venues such as the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton and Meyer Theatre in Green Bay host touring musicians regularly, but they're not the only local venues bringing in music's past and present.
We're all crunched for time, and we could all use a laugh. Each weekday, catch USA TODAY's Punchlines video to get the highlights of the late-night comics' jokes on the newsiest topics of the day.
A bill that would give the Legislature power to write and approve Wisconsin's academic standards is unlikely to pass in its current form, the leader of the state Senate said Thursday as hundreds of teachers, school administrators and business leaders conv
Already the long, snowy and bitter cold winter is having an impact on spring sports.
Sunday's Academy Awards was a gathering of Hollywood's rainmakers.
The average price for a pound of fresh beef is the highest in at least 27 years.
The Fox Valley Humane Association, N115 Two Mile Road, will host a March Madness Adoption Event from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
A Senate committee has voted to expand the amount of time lobbyists can give personal donations to candidates running for office in Wisconsin.
This isn't your grandfather's drum corps.
We met with manufacturers (small, medium and large) at the American International Fair in New York and checked out the latest, greatest, unique, innovative, weird, entertaining, puzzling, creative and just plain fun toys and games that parents and childre
Badger Elementary School closed at 11:30 a.m. because of a water main break in the Town of Grand Chute, school district officials said.
A bill that would give the Legislature power to write and approve Wisconsin's academic standards is all but dead in the state Senate.
In the wake of another setback, Walmart says it aims for 'continuing the discussion' about a possible new store in the Broadway shopping district.
A second teen was charged Wednesday in connection to a fight at Green Bay Preble High School last month.
A new award to honor community activism in the Fox Valley will highlight the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Education Network's annual meeting, scheduled for May 30.
Welcome to the Night Owl. Each week we'll spotlight hot spots, trends, activities and more at bars and other hangouts from Green Bay to the Fox Cities and beyond.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits dropped 26,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 323,000, the lowest level in three months as layoffs remain at pre-recession levels.
The last thing Wisconsin needs in its campaign-finance system is less transparency. Yet that would be the effect of a bill just introduced in the state Senate.
U.S. productivity grew at an even slower annual rate than previously thought in the final three months of last year.
I want to scream it sometimes — just work hard already!
With Citizens United, a corporation is a person. In 2004, General Motors executives made a decision that resulted in the loss of six lives. If a corporation is a person, are GM executives liable for those lives?
I was surprised to see nothing on the news or in the paper about the Birkebeiner, which took place Feb.
United Way of Brown County and Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes will share quarters in downtown Green Bay.
How long are the voters in this state going to put up with the demolition derby that's taking place in the Wisconsin Legislature and governor's office? Instead of trying to improve living conditions such as health care, shelter, clean water, clean air and
Several weeks ago, I had a conversation with one of the most learned men I know. The subject was immigration. His premise was that we should '
The crisis in Ukraine is escalating and, amid the chaos, Vladimir Putin is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize? One late-night comic said the report made sense when he learned the selection committee was led by Kim Jong Un. Meanwhile, President Barack Obama is drawing fire for not taking the situation seriously. After all, he wore jeans while talking on the phone with Putin. What is this, one comic joked, “Casual Doomsday”?
Different styles of communication will be the topic of next month's Management Women Inc. luncheon program.
Time Warner Cable Inc. has agreed to pay $130,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of a fired worker in Wisconsin.
School Specialty reported third-quarter revenues of $74.7 million, down 7.6 percent from $80.8 million reported last year at this time.
Hilariously over the top when it comes to gruesome, 3D violence and woefully underserved when it comes to story, '300: Rise of an Empire,' is pretty much what the original '300' was: a wish-fulfillment fantasy for the juiced-up bodybuilding crowd.
Outagamie County Master Gardener classes for 2014 are underway.
Stocks are opening higher on some encouraging news about the U.S. job market.
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Bricks and Barley is the name Roundy’s Supermarkets uses for its house-brand beers to supply its Wisconsin-based Copps and Pick ’n Save grocery stores. It contracts with the Stevens Point brewery to produce the beers. Roundy’s also operates Rainbow Foods in Minnesota and Mariano’s Fresh Market in Illinois.
Frank Kaminsky scored 22 points, Traevon Jackson added 14 and No. 9 Wisconsin finished off its home schedule with a 76-70 victory over Purdue on Wednesday night.
On a stretch of bitterly cold evenings, I reached for Laura Ingalls Wilder's 'Little House' series, the fictionalized account of her Midwestern youth in the late 1800s.
Want some instant decorating gratification? Pop open a can of paint. Inside this little silver treasure box is the power to transform a room in a jiff.
Bartenders can be our best friends. Whether playing the role of amateur therapist or friendly stranger in a cold, cruel world, bartenders serve a role far greater than serving drinks. Hub columnist Mike Thiel is introducing readers to bartenders around the Fox Cities in this weekly feature. Hey, Bartender archives • Check out previously featured bartenders