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Kris Schuller


Green Bay, WI, United States

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Past articles by Kris:

Suspect in a Green Bay home invasion shot by resident of that home

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Green Bay Police are investigating a shooting on the city’s east side this morning that sent one man to the hospital. Kris Schuller reports the person shot was a suspect in a home invasion – shot by the resident of that home. On Laverne Drive on Green Bay’s east side […] → Read More

Kaukauna approves $30 million hotel and apartment complex in downtown

KAUKAUNA, Wis. (WFRV) Big changes are on the horizon for downtown Kaukauna. Kris Schuller reports the city is partnering with a Kenosha-based developer to build a $30 million hotel and apartment complex. This three-acre plot of land owned by Kaukauna sits vacant now in downtown. But soon it will be transformed into a $30 million […] → Read More

Governor Evers announces $10 million in grants to help build up the tourism industry’s infrastructure

ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) Governor Tony Evers came to Titletown today, bearing gifts for those in the tourism industry. Kris Schuller reports the governor announced he has set aside $10 million in grants, to help build up the industry’s infrastructure. For over four years Brad Toll has been trying to get a visitor’s center built here […] → Read More

St. Norbert College requiring students and staff to wear masks indoors

DE PERE, Wis. (WFRV) Cases of Covid are rising in Northeast Wisconsin and that is having an impact on a local college. Kris Schuller reports when students return to St. Norbert College this fall, they’ll be asked to wear masks indoors. When students return to St. Norbert College this fall, all will be asked to […] → Read More

Delta variant forces Oneida Nation to cancel Pow Wow

ONEIDA, Wis. (WFRV) With positive cases of Covid-19 running seven times higher than a month ago, organizers of large events are weighing the risks. Kris Schuller spoke to the Oneida Nation, which has decided for a second year to cancel their annual Pow Wow. This August, Oneida Nation was planning to hold their Pow Wow […] → Read More

Green Bay business owners consider new CDC masking guidelines

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) With the delta variant becoming more prevalent nationwide, the CDC is changing its masking guidelines. But as Kris Schuller reports for one business owner, masks are a requirement he’s carried since last June. At The Exclusive Company in Green Bay, if you want to do some shopping, you must wear a […] → Read More

De Pere man says his “breakthrough” case showed him the value of getting vaccinated

DE PERE, Wis. (WFRV) – A local is singing praise for the COVID-19 vaccine, after experiencing its impact on him and his family. Kris Schuller reports he is among what’s known as “a breakthrough case” and it taught him the value of being vaccinated. For a De Pere man and his family, the last week […] → Read More

N.E.W. Community Clinic honors the past and prepares for the future

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) A community clinic committed to providing medical care to the Green Bay area’s underserved is expanding. And as Kris Schuller reports, they broke ground on the anniversary of their founding, 50 years ago. On the corner of Mather and Broadway streets in Green Bay, supporters of the N.E.W. Community Clinic gather, […] → Read More

Kewaunee County Public Health Department hosting school immunization clinic

KEWAUNEE, Wis. (WFRV) In Kewaunee County, a new school year is fast approaching. And public health officials want all students and staff eligible to get vaccinated. Kris Schuller reports the health department is hosting a school immunization clinic, aimed at keeping the virus in check. In Kewaunee County, 41 percent of residents have been vaccinated […] → Read More

Four Packers alumni hit the highway for a four-day Packers Road Trip

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The NFL football season is right around the corner as training camp for the Packers begins next week. And as Kris Schuller tells us, to kick off this year and say thanks to fans, four Packers alumni hit the highway for a four-day Packers Road Trip. Outside of Lambeau Field […] → Read More

Red Lion Hotel Paper Valley in Appleton will soon become a Hilton hotel

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) Changes are ahead for a well-established Appleton hotel, which has operated in the downtown for almost 40 years. Kris Schuller reports the Red Lion Hotel Paper Valley will soon operate under a globally recognized brand. Inside the lobby of the Red Lion Hotel Paper Valley – a new chapter is revealed. “It’s […] → Read More

Schneider building a new facility in Ashwaubenon all about innovation

ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) One of the largest companies in the transportation industry is based in Ashwaubenon and now it’s growing even more. Schneider is looking to the future by building a facility all about innovation. As one of the largest providers of transportation services, Schneider is always looking to improve. And the company expects they’ll […] → Read More

“The Giving Tree” in Howard-Suamico School District works to remove barriers to education

HOWARD, Wis. (WFRV) For 13 years, families in need within the Howard-Suamico School District have been able to get a hand up from an organization called The Giving Tree. It’s a group, which as Kris Schuller found out, is focused on helping tear down the many barriers that can impact a child’s education. Inside the […] → Read More

Get ready Northeast Wisconsin, Green Bay Restaurant Week is almost here

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) In just a few days in greater Green Bay, an annual event aimed at filling all your dining needs – opens for another run. Kris Schuller says get ready, for the most delicious week of the year. If you’re planning to go out to eat soon, you have chosen well. In […] → Read More

Shorewood Golf Course to close, with property about to serve a new purpose

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) The Shorewood Golf Course opened during the 1930s. But the time has come to turn the page by transforming the land to serve a new purpose. Kris Schuller has more on the tough decision to close the course. At Shorewood Golf Course the sign says, course closed today. But after years […] → Read More

E-scooters coming to Green Bay and available for rent by end of July

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) Green Bay has added its name to a list of communities where e-scooters are available for your personal transportation needs. Kris Schuller reports the scooters will be available for rent and hopefully on the streets, by the end of July. If you’re looking for a way to get around Titletown that […] → Read More

Rash of fires in Green Bay sparked by improperly disposed fireworks

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) If you’re going to use fireworks, you must use them safely. So says the Green Bay Metro Fire Department, sent out last night to multiple fire calls that could have ended tragically. At two addresses in Green Bay – melted siding, a burned-out garage – the result of a night of […] → Read More

Boaters reminded to take steps to stop spread of aquatic invasive species

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) This holiday weekend, tens of thousands of boaters will be taking to the waters here in Wisconsin. And numerous environmental groups will be meeting them at boat launches, to keep those waterways safe. At the Green Bay Metro Boat Launch – vital information is being shared to boaters. From educators like […] → Read More

After wild price swings during pandemic, the price of lumber is falling

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) For the past year lumber prices have gone skyward, basically the result of the pandemic. But as Kris Schuller reports they are again starting to fall. But the question is how far? For 30 years Jeff Guzzonato has worked in the lumber business. But when it comes to lumber pricing, he’s […] → Read More

Four finalists chosen to interview for police chief of the Green Bay Police Department

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The City of Green Bay could have a new police chief by the end of July. Wednesday morning the city’s Police and Fire Commission named four finalists. Kris Schuller takes a look at their qualifications. Two months after former Chief Andrew Smith retired from the police department, four finalists for […] → Read More