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Sheboygan, WI, United States

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Past articles by Matt:

Wausau schools go online Monday because of wind chills, bus driver shortage

According to the National Weather Service, central Wisconsin could expect wind chills as low as -35 overnight Sunday. → Read More

Light snowfall is expected overnight in the Milwaukee area, but it won't stick around

The Milwaukee area is expected to experience light snowfall overnight, but it's not going to stick around. → Read More

Firefighters rescue people trapped by blaze in Oconto multifamily home

An estimated 36 firefighters responded to the fire, which remains under investigation. → Read More

Man dies, three injured after car strikes parked car on road's shoulder in Fond du Lac County

The man who died was the car's driver. Fond du Lac County sheriff's officials suspect that speeding, reckless driving were factors in the crash. → Read More

Man pronounced dead after being found in the road in Taylor County

A motorist called for help after finding the man unresponsive and bleeding heavily on the road near Elm Avenue and Hamm Drive. → Read More

Man pronounced dead after being found in the road in Taylor County

A motorist called for help after finding the man unresponsive and bleeding heavily on the road near Elm Avenue and Hamm Drive. → Read More

18-year-old Plymouth man dies in motorcycle crash

The crash occurred on Blueberry Lane north of Sumac Road in the town of Plymouth. Police received a 911 call around 6:40 p.m. → Read More

Sheboygan man accused in 2020 shooting death has history of head trauma, attorney says

Accused of killing Michael Kirsch, Mares will be evaluated after his attorney argues for a plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. → Read More

What we know about the shooting at Oneida Casino that left three dead, one seriously injured

Officials have promised more information in the coming days, but in the meantime, here's what we know and what we don't. → Read More

Sheboygan's People of the Year: These 2020 efforts are worth remembering

This year's People of the Year made a big difference in Sheboygan County. → Read More

Sheboygan County reports five more COVID-19 deaths as local leaders collaborate in PSA

The county health department reported five more deaths in Wednesday's final update before the holiday weekend. → Read More

Sheboygan Area School District plans to reopen in January, when it will have been all-online for nearly three months

The reopening plan closely mirrors the one the district followed this fall before suspending classes on Oct. 16. → Read More

Sheboygan County reports 7 more COVID-19 deaths; more than half of the county's deaths have come since Nov. 1

Of the 61 deaths in the county since the start of the pandemic, 32 have come since the start of November, and 10 have been reported already this week. → Read More

Sheboygan police say spree carjackers shot at driver's vehicle before fleeing to I-43; one still at large

After trying to steal a vehicle in Sheboygan, carjackers fled in other stolen cars. Two were later arrested, but a stolen red Ford Edge was not found. → Read More

October was Wisconsin's worst month for COVID-19 yet — and its surge is one of the biggest ever in the U.S.

There were more cases confirmed in the past seven days than in any single month in the first six months of the pandemic → Read More

After Friday, Wisconsin may not report new COVID-19 cases again until Tuesday because of system updates

The state's internal reporting system will be down this weekend for scheduled upgrades, meaning residents will temporarily be in the dark at a time when both new cases and deaths are coming faster than they have since the pandemic began. → Read More

Lakeland University hires first woman president in its 158-year history

Borgen, currently the school's executive vice president, was chosen by the Board of Trustees to replace David Black in spring. Black is retiring. → Read More

Facing a shortage of subs, Sheboygan Area School District bumps pay to $200 per day

The district increased its daily rate for substitute teachers to $200, up from $120 for daily subs, $125 for retirees and $175 for long-term subs. → Read More

Sheboygan County sees record 295 active cases of COVID-19, not counting prison outbreak

The county reported Monday that 295 non-inmate residents were ill and required medical care or were in isolation. Of those, 11 were hospitalized. → Read More

Wisconsin sees 567 more COVID-19 cases confirmed as new cases, test positivity continue climb

There were 567 positives in 5,466 new test results confirmed by the Department of Health Services on Monday. The percent of new tests that were positive, 10.4%, hit double figures for the fourth consecutive day — the first time that's happened since May 3. → Read More