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Past articles by Elsa:

Room tax cooperation agreement

The Green Bay Redevelopment Authority will be holding a special meeting Friday morning to further tackle their part in the plan for a future expo hall. → Read More

Green Bay Restaurant Week: July 13-20

Foodies in the region get ready, as a much anticipated three day event is kicking off on Thursday in the Greater Green Bay area: Restaurant Week. → Read More

Elderly couple killed in Suamico house fire

Update: The elderly couple killed after their house went up in flames in Suamico are 79-year-old Edward White and 77-year-old Barbara White. They were married for 56 years. → Read More

Farm Technology Days 2017 starts in Kewaunee County

Farm Technology Days kicks off Tuesday in Kewaunee County. → Read More

Garage fire started by fireworks

While many of us spent Independence Day with family and friends, police were dealing with something else. → Read More

Operation Dry Water focuses on boat safety over 4th of July weekend

As Wisconsin families get ready to hit the water this fourth of July weekend, law enforcement is gearing up to crack down on boaters. → Read More

Businesses and homes in Kimberly destroyed in storm

In the Fox Valley, high winds sweeping through the area did extreme damage to several businesses and homes. → Read More

Preparations for Appleton Flag Day Parade 2017

Flag day is almost here, which means it's time for a decades old tradition in the Fox Valley, The Appleton Flag Day Parade. → Read More

EAA joins other GA groups to oppose ATC privatization plan

Major changes could be coming to this country's air travel industry. → Read More

Packers plant hundreds of trees in area communities

The Green Bay Packers are teaming up with two businesses to make a difference in more than a dozen area communities. → Read More

Oneida St. under WIS 441 to close for 16 days

A long-term closure in the Appleton area begins Monday morning and it could affect your commute. → Read More

Howard-Suamico School District sends out survey for community

The Howard-Suamico School District has been asking people in the community for thoughts and opinions after the failure of a recent referendum. → Read More

WI DNR dyes Menasha lock canal to prevent goby spread

The DNR is highlighting any potential openings around the Menasha lock canal on Thursday in an effort to protect Lake Winnebago's $234-million fishing industry from invasive species. → Read More

Peregrine falcon chick banding at local paper mill

Three baby peregrine falcon's recently hatched at a business right here in Green Bay, and on Wednesday falcon researcher's applied leg bands to those same baby chicks. → Read More

New Holstein incident under investigation

Police in New Holstein continue to investigate an incident that began at a home along Park Avenue on Monday morning. → Read More

10th Annual Menasha High School Car Show kicks off summer season ahead

The wheels of summer are already spinning across northeast Wisconsin, and it's bringing out some hot rods for a good cause. → Read More

May storms cause minor storm damage

Even though the storms last night were brief, they still caused some damage across the area. → Read More

Smelly Voodoo Lily: Newest feature at the Green Bay's Botanical Garden's

Deep in the heart of the Botanical Gardens, where beauty is blossoming around every corner, a very special flower is showing its true colors. → Read More

Local police gather to pay tribute to fallen officers

National Police Week starts next week, and some local departments are taking time on Thursday to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. → Read More

Local schools to participate in National Bike to School Day

Students across the country and here in northeast Wisconsin will be kicking up the kick-stands and putting on helmets on Wednesday for National Bike to School Day. → Read More