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Clare Kaley


Peshtigo, WI, United States

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Past articles by Clare:

Senator Johnson visits VA center in Milwaukee after T2 Investigates reports

After a death and near death at Milwaukee’s VA facility, a senator is getting a first hand look at changes. → Read More

Boy’s battle with cancer remembered with a water balloon fight

Since 2013, Colton Steinhorst’s family has sponsored a giant water balloon fight for the public and to help other children battling cancer. → Read More

Green Bay Boys & Girls Club in need of workers

It’s nearly time for kids in our area to head back to school, and with that comes the need for after school activities for children. → Read More

7-hour city council session tackles stadium tax spending, ethics violation

During a seven-hour marathon session lasting into the early morning hours, the Green Bay City Council tackled three major items. → Read More

UWGB will add $5 million soccer complex

The City of Green Bay is already expanding a soccer field complex about 3 miles away. → Read More

Brendan Dassey’s attorneys relieved, happy his conviction is overturned

Both of Brendan Dassey’s current attorneys say they’re relieved and extremely happy with the news their client’s conviction is overturned. → Read More

Wisconsin could still be battleground state for Presidential Election

Recent national polls moved Wisconsin from a battleground state to leaning Democrat. But a political scientist says this isn’t a normal election, and Wisconsin could likely be a busy state fo… → Read More

Trap shooting a growing sport in high school

It’s the fastest growing high school sport in Wisconsin. In Denmark, it’s attracting dozens of kids of all ages and backgrounds, some getting into the sport as 6th graders. → Read More

LCS keel-laying honors USS Indianapolis survivors, victims

It was an emotional ceremony for survivors to see the next ship bearing the name “Indianapolis.” → Read More

Prosecutors: 17-year-old driver smoked marijuana, speeding before crash

Prosecutors say Devon Robley smoked marijuana at Fonferek’s Glen before the crash and was going 70 mph when he ran a stop sign. → Read More

Kewaunee planning for waterfront development

A new development could be in the works in Kewaunee, and it’s starting with plans to redo a major section of the harbor’s seawall. → Read More

Ephraim’s dry spell ends

Voters in the Door County village approved allowing the sale of beer and alcohol in a referendum. → Read More

Manitowoc doctor due in federal court on drug charges

Charles Szyman is facing 19 counts of drug trafficking, accused of over-prescribing opioid painkillers to patients. Each count carries up to 20 years in prison if he’s convicted. → Read More

‘Out of County’ library usage costs Kewaunee County

Public libraries are designed to be a free service counties provide for their residents. But under a law passed in 2014, counties are able to charge each other tens of thousands of dollars each yea… → Read More

West De Pere school tutor accused of relationship with student

A tutor employed by the West De Pere School District is charged with child enticement after prosecutors say she had an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old boy. → Read More

More than 12 arrested in latest OWI Task Force patrol

BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - The OWI Task Force is continuing its high-visibility patrols in Brown County to let people know its cracking down on drunk drivers. Saturday night more than a dozen people were arrested for OWI. As they huddled up outside Lambeau Field, officers got ready for a night on patrol. → Read More

Plans to bring back beaches to the Bay area

The City of Green Bay is moving forward with a plan to explore a possible swimming beach at Bay Beach Amusement Park. It’s part of a larger effort to revitalize the waterfront by the bay. → Read More

Memorial plaque honors man killed in hit-and-run

On Tuesday, the parents of John Kennedy looked on as the plaque of their son’s likeness was unveiled as a permanent reminder of a young man taken too soon. → Read More

Strong storms and winds knock down power lines, tree branches

Action 2 News is hearing multiple reports of downed power lines and broken tree branches throughout our viewing area. → Read More

Fox Valley girl collects hundreds of shoes for Africans

Hundreds of pairs of shoes are on the feet of children and adults in Africa, thanks, in part, to a Fox Valley 6th grader. → Read More