Kelli Arseneau, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Kelli Arseneau

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Appleton, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Kelli:

Difference-makers: In just one week, church volunteer team sets up house and welcomes Afghan refugees

The last of 200 Afghan refugees resettling in the Fox Valley are welcomed by several church volunteer teams, part of the Good Neighbor Team. → Read More


Two men sentenced to federal prison for fentanyl trafficking in Manitowoc and Milwaukee

Jabari Samuel, 42, of Milwaukee, and Anthony C. Martinez, 32, of Manitowoc, received sentences of 15 and 9.5 years, respectively. → Read More

Campbellsport woman dies in single-vehicle crash in town of Osceola

Authorities say the driver of a speeding vehicle missed a curve, causing the vehicle to roll over. → Read More

Oshkosh Fire Department rescues two dogs from ice near railroad bridge

The dogs were found at the south side of the bridge, near the first support column. Neither dog was wearing identification. → Read More

27 people rescued after being stranded on floating chunk of ice off Green Bay shore

The Brown County Sheriff's Office said the ice appears to have been weakened from barge traffic Friday. There were no reported injuries. → Read More

First responders rescue 27 people from ice off the shore of Point Comfort

The Brown County Sheriff's Office said the ice appears to have been weakened from barge traffic Friday. → Read More

Prevea Health and Bellin Health begin offering COVID-19 booster vaccinations to adolescents ages 12-15

Pfizer-BioNTech is the only vaccine provider with a COVID-19 vaccine approved for children ages 12-17. → Read More

Oshkosh schools extend face covering mandate through Jan. 28 due to 'current COVID-related challenges'

The Oshkosh school district is extending its mask mandate through Jan. 28, despite previously planning to go mask optional starting Jan. 15. → Read More

After snowstorm, Arctic winds will usher in bitter cold temperatures across state Thursday night, Friday morning

Temperatures are expected to reach as low as -15 to -25 degrees in western Wisconsin on Friday before warming up Saturday and dropping again Sunday. → Read More

One man hospitalized, one man arrested after New Year's Eve stabbing in Vesper

A man was hospitalized after being found walking on a roadway with multiple stab wounds. → Read More

A 23-person team of Navy medical personnel is coming to Bellin Hospital Friday to help in the fight against COVID-19

The 23-person team coming to Bellin Hospital includes U.S. Navy doctors, respiratory therapists and nurses. → Read More

Driver dies in single-vehicle crash on Interstate 43 in Sheboygan County town of Holland

The fatal crash occurred around 1:23 p.m. when the driver left the roadway and struck the guardrail fence. → Read More

Mother found guilty in 2018 death of 2-month-old daughter

Shauntina Fuller-Pankey, 28, was arrested in 2020 and found guilty of first-degree reckless homicide. Her sentencing hearing is set for March 15. → Read More

Two people transported to hospitals after three-vehicle crash in Fond du Lac

A 45-year-old pedestrian and the 29-year-old driver were both taken to hospitals after the incident Wednesday. → Read More

19-year-old sentenced to 10 years for March shooting on Menominee Indian Reservation

Menom L. Powless, formerly of Keshena, was sentenced Monday after pleading guilty to assault with attempt to murder. → Read More

Some long-term COVID-19 patients at Aspirus and Marshfield Health hospitals will be moved to care facilities

North Central Health Care will offer spots for up to four non-contagious COVID-19 patients per day at two care facilities. → Read More

Oshkosh Area School District announced it'll be mask-optional starting Jan. 15

The current face-covering mandate, set to end Jan. 7, will be extended to Jan. 14 to help limit the spread as students return after the holidays. → Read More

Military sends doctors, nurses to help treat COVID patients at Green Bay's Bellin Hospital

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers had asked Biden for five FEMA teams, as hospital capacity has been stretched thin by short staff and surging COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Green Bay Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge to be closed four weeks in January

Green Bay Ray Nitschke Bridge, which crosses the Fox River on Main Street downtown, will be closed for work on span locks Jan. 4 until Jan. 31. → Read More

Woman dead and man seriously injured after two-vehicle crash in Grover Saturday morning

A Grover woman died and a Pulaski man sustained serious injuries after a traffic collision early Saturday morning. → Read More