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Chelly Boutott


Oshkosh, WI, United States

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Past articles by Chelly:

From nothing to something: Local woman creates Toys for Tots program in Oconto Co.

(WFRV) – The Toys for Tots program is well known across the United States, and here in Northeast Wisconsin, Stacy Suarez of Oconto made it her mission to make sure every child in our community has a Merry Christmas. It was six years ago that the place where Stacy’s husband was working was going through […] → Read More

Pre-hunting tradition: Area Fleet Farm stores hold Orange Friday once again

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The excitement is building for hunters – Saturday is the opening of the nine-day gun deer hunt in Wisconsin. It’s a tradition for tens of thousands of people and families all over the state. Another tradition is lining up for Orange Friday at area Fleet Farm stores. Before the doors […] → Read More

Local 5 Investigates: Brown County’s oldest and only ongoing murder cold case

BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WFRV) – It is the Brown County Sheriff’s Office’s oldest and only murder cold case in recent years. 19-year-old Doug McMillin was shot to death in his Allouez home in 2009. Detectives have scoured through hundreds of leads but still no suspects have been identified- leaving a family without justice. Now the department […] → Read More

‘All in the name of Allan’, Melissa Stitz and her drive to give back to multiple communities

(WFRV) – Melissa Stitz is the regional vice president of a large insurance company with a husband and three children. She is an extremely busy woman. However, she makes time in her full schedule to volunteer at multiple organizations and even started her own non-profit. Which is the reason why this remarkable woman is one […] → Read More

‘Traditions are very important’: despite the pandemic, Santa is still here for a visit

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – It is the busiest time of year for Santa Claus as he gets ready to deliver toys to millions of children around the world, but he doesn’t spend all his time at the North Pole. He sets up shop at local malls and stores and is the star of quite […] → Read More

Pet Saver: Rusty

Meet Rusty, a 3-year-old, 57lb dog available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus! He is looking for a special family who is willing to work with him on his resource guarding behaviors. Since he doesn’t like sharing treats and toys with his fellow K-9’s, he’d be most successful as the only […] → Read More

Pet Food Pantry helping people feed pets during the pandemic is in need of donations

With lay offs and job losses, the coronavirus pandemic has forced many families to stretch their food dollars. Pet food can put a real strain on the budget forcing people to make tough choices. That is where Hidden Paws Network has come in. The non-profit has been helping pet owners take care of their pets […] → Read More

Pet Saver: Mascot

Meet Mascot, and 8-year-old dog available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus. This refined senior was transferred to Wisconsin from an over-crowded shelter in Tennessee, so we don’t know much about his past but we do know he still has lots of love to give! Don’t let his greying face fool […] → Read More

Pet Saver: Brody

Meet Brody, a 7-year-old dog available for foster-facilitated adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus! He made not be a puppy, but Brody still knows how to have fun! Better yet, he’s already potty trained, walks pretty well on a leash, and is ready to snuggle while you watch TV. He is still […] → Read More

Pet Saver: Saturn

Meet Saturn, a 3-year-old cat available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus! Saturn gave birth to kittens and since they’ve found homes of their own, she’s been patiently waiting for over a month to be adopted herself! She is a fun-loving yet relaxed feline who enjoys wet food, cat nip toys, […] → Read More

UPDATE: Police identify victim, release video of scene

TUESDAY 10/15/19 3:25 p.m. NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) — The Nennah Police Department have identified the victim of the deadly shooting that happened Monday morning as 59-year-old Kevin “Hollywood” Hein. The police are still searching for the suspect at this time. TUESDAY 10/15/19 12:10 p.m. NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) — The Neenah Police Department is asking for […] → Read More

BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore bike ride

The 3RD Annual BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore bike ride is set to take off Saturday. → Read More

UPDATE: Woman Arrested at Home Where Man was Shot in Foot

OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) - UPDATE: Woman Arrested at Home Where Man was Shot in Foot 3/14/19 Through the continued investigation into the shooting, they found several inconsistencies with his story. Officers received a search warrant for the home in the 1400 Block of 2nd Avenue in the City of Oshkosh and arrested a 43-year-old female. She was arrested on Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine.… → Read More

Pet Saver: Wrangler

(WFRV) - Wrangler is about six-months-old. He was found as a stray here in Green Bay, but sadly no owners ever came to claim him. He is now available for adoption. He is neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated and I am sure would just love to find his new forever home. He will be available over at Pet Supplies Plus, on Oneida St., Friday around 1:00 pm. → Read More

UPDATE: Victim of I-41 Pile Up Identified as Iola-Scandinavia Teacher

I-41 South reopened around 3 a.m. Monday following a deadly, 131-vehicle pile up on Sunday. → Read More

HealthWatch: Can An Old Drug Prevent Type 1 Diabetes?

Less than ten percent of people with diabetes have type 1 diabetes. Patients with type 1 must take insulin to stay alive and there's been no way to prevent the disease. Now, for the first time, researchers say there may be a way to prevent or delay the disease in some people with a genetic risk. Lisa Meyers wears an insulin pump and checks her blood sugar several times a day to keep her type 1… → Read More

HealthWatch: Artificial Intelligence Improves Colonoscopies

There are more than a million colon cancer survivors in the U.S. according to the American Cancer Society. That number is rising because doctors are finding and removing more precancerous polyps during colonoscopies. Every Friday, William Karnes, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC Irvine has the help of an artificial intelligence system for colonoscopies at UC Irvine. He's helping develop… → Read More

A Peek Inside Beerentsen's Candies and How Candy Canes Are Made

According to the National Confectioners Association, about 1.2 billion candy canes are made every year, and 90% of those are sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas. → Read More

UPDATE: Fire At Oshkosh Building Caused by Unattended Cooking, Officials Say

UPDATE: The Oshkosh Fire Department says the fire was accidental and the result of unattended cooking. → Read More

Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin

Hunting in Wisconsin is a billion dollar industry-- and the DNR says most of that money comes in from deer hunting. → Read More