Paul Srubas, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Paul Srubas

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Recent:
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Post-Crescent Media
Past:
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • StevensPoint Journal
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • USA TODAY
  • 12NewsNow
  • KARE 11
  • Packers News
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • and more…

Recent articles by Paul:

Weather records are falling faster and harder than rain in Green Bay these days

Green Bay already has had the wettest first 11 days of September but is apace to best rain records for the whole month, whole year. → Read More

Selling drugs on 'dark web' could net Hobart man 20 years in federal prison

Christopher Bania sold Ecstasy, cocaine and other drugs on the dark web, according to federal prosecutors → Read More

Five will serve time in federal prison for buying, selling meth, possessing handguns

Konkapot Betz, Cole Rittenhouse, John Otto, Alex Pociopa and Mariah Becker will serve between 5 and 12 years for dealing in methamphetamine. → Read More

Woman, 25, charged with sexual assault for having sex with 14-year-old boy

Anna Cornelius, 25, of Green Bay, is charged with having sex three times with 14-year-old boy. → Read More

Under fake name, Raymond Matzker ran state mental hospital until he was arrested for molesting boys

Richard Matzker ran the Winnebago Mental Health Institute under a fake name until he was arrested for molesting boys in 1981. → Read More

Suspect in white shirt, red shorts got out of Cadillac, fired at Impala, police say

A security camera captured the scene of the Monday evening shootout on Cherry Street, and police want help identifying the suspect or cars involved. → Read More

UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller named president of University of Akron

The University of Akron Board of Trustees today announced the selection of UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller as Akron's 18th president. → Read More

Public's help needed in finding dog that bit off part of man's ear at Paul's Pantry

Police are looking for public's help in finding a dog that attacked a man at Paul's Pantry. → Read More

Co-defendant in Prokopovitz murder now faces bail-jumping charge

The murder suspect's girlfriend violated a bond by sending a message saying she loved him, that a donkey was born on their farm, complaint says. → Read More

It's too late in the game to think about trying to save food in your fridge, expert says

If you haven’t taken all your refrigerated food to a friend’s freezer by now, or not stoked up on ice, you might be out of luck for most of it. → Read More

Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena gets skinned as demolition moves to the exterior

Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena has mostly been gutted, and demolition crews started tearing off the exterior Tuesday. → Read More

'Monfils Six' defendant Michael Johnson freed after serving nearly 25 years in prison

Michael Johnson, one of six men convicted in 1995 of murdering Tom Monfils in a Green Bay paper mill, was released on parole Wednesday. → Read More

Popular coffee blend from Luna Cafe arises from child's three open-heart surgeries

The Arndt family still has financial hardship from their baby's open-heart surgeries, but they raise money for the hospital, not for themselves → Read More

Monfils murder defendant paroled, another to be freed later this month

Rey Moore is set free, Michael Johnson soon will be, leaving Keith Kutska as the last of the Monfils Six in prison. → Read More

One of two suspects in Microtel shooting charged with attempted robbery, reckless injury

Suspects set up pot buy, then tried to rob seller, resulting in fight, shooting, complaint says → Read More

Three suspects in drug ring were arrested and charged earlier in veil of secrecy

Francisco Martinez, 37, and two other men were charged in court days before a drug ring was officially busted. → Read More

Drug ring kingpin insulated himself with family and friends, prosecutors say

Ruben Ortiz, accused leader of Green Bay drug ring, ordered held on $500,000 bond. → Read More

Bay Beach awarded $100,000 to go to swimming beach restoration

Wisconsin Coastal Management Program grant of $100,000 puts city within arms reach of $7 million needed for Bay Bay swimming restoration → Read More

Oneida man is member of dwindling group: Eyewitnesses to D-Day invasion

Bob Reeners of Oneida, at 94 years old, is part of a dwindling group of people who participated in the D-Day assault on the northern coast of France → Read More

Man accused of stabbing Pyro, the police dog, found not competent to stand trial

Sai Vang, accused of stabbing police dog Pyro, is declared mentally incompetent. His case is suspended until he gets another evaluation in August → Read More