Aisha Morales, WBAY-TV 2

Aisha Morales


Green Bay, WI, United States

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Past articles by Aisha:

A conversation with ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee is the keynote speaker for the 2022 Power of the Purse luncheon in Oshkosh. → Read More

Missing woman’s family seek justice and answers

The family of a woman from the Menominee Reservation is grieving after her remains are found. → Read More

Dog blamed for crash that damaged Wisconsin building

On March 13, Sturgeon Bay Police were called to 242 Michigan Street for a vehicle into the Fairfield Building. → Read More

Small fire at HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital in Green Bay

The Green Bay Metro Fire Department responded to a fire Saturday night at HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center. → Read More

Little Chute school psychologist dies giving birth to sixth child

Molly Margaret McGinnis, 45, passed away while giving birth to her sixth child doing what she loved doing most, being a mom. → Read More

State lawmakers weigh in on Evers’ budget proposal to include legalizing recreational marijuana

Lawmakers across Wisconsin are voicing their opinions again on the topic of legalizing marijuana in our state. → Read More

Encouraging kids to get active during the pandemic

February is American Heart Month and the American Heart Association along with the Green Bay Packers want to encourage kids to get active, especially during this pandemic. → Read More

Sheboygan police investigate shots fired

If you have any information on this case contact the Sheboygan Police Department at 920-459-3333. → Read More

Local yoga studio reopens after pandemic forced it to close

It wasn’t long before she had to make the tough decision to shut down, but the owner is in her new space for movement classes like yoga and dance, on Marine Street in Green Bay. → Read More

Free rides for seniors who need COVID-19 vaccine in Brown County

Rotary is offering to pay for the rides and non-profit Curative Connections will provide the transportation. → Read More

Resch Expo in Brown County brings hope tourism industry hit hard during pandemic

After about 18 months of construction, the Resch Expo in Brown County is officially open. → Read More

New online support groups for Wisconsin farmers, producers, and families

Consider it a mental health check-in for farmers, producers, families, and even couples in the farming industry. → Read More

How to properly reduce, reuse, and recycle during the pandemic

It was a record year for the amount of recyclables coming into the Brown County Resource Recovery. The recycling center has a message to the community. → Read More

Communities rally around human trafficking awareness

Monday was National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, with communities and organizations across Northeast Wisconsin spreading the word. → Read More

Green Bay man shares inspirational story of going from homeless to employed

Vanenkenvort said Martinez is an inspiration not only for his great work ethic, but he shows what can happen if you don’t give up. → Read More

Blanket donation drive in Brown County has kicked off

Led by Brown County United Way, the 10th Annual Blanketing Brown County event has kicked off and goes on through the first of February 2021. → Read More

Community helps search for missing dog lost after car crash

In the midst of a scary moment, Dixie took off and was last seen near the Fox Cities Stadium. → Read More

Local company and nonprofit helping people continue work-training experiences

A local company and a nonprofit are working together to help people with disabilities or special employment needs. → Read More

A look at the ‘out of sight’ essential worker in the sewerage system

You might recall the 2020 toilet paper shortage, but there are people working around the clock, 365 days a year, making sure what goes down the toilet gets taken care of. → Read More

Small businesses work through challenges amid new stimulus approved support

The second 2020 federal stimulus package includes more than $284 billion in relief for small businesses and nonprofits and while not everyone qualifies, local business owners are still pushing on. → Read More