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Past articles by Brittany:

One Person in Custody After Officials Found Missing Vehicle

One Person in Custody After Officials Found Missing Vehicle → Read More

Kitchen Fire Displaces Six in Fond du Lac

The Red Cross is helping six people find a place to live after a kitchen fire Tuesday night, according to Fond du Lac Fire/Rescue. → Read More

Manitowoc Police Search for Stabbing Suspect

Police are searching for a woman who allegedly stabbed a man during a domestic dispute Tuesday evening in Manitowoc, according to the Manitowoc Police Department. → Read More

UPDATE: Crews Put Out Bellevue Restaurant Fire

Fire crews battled an early morning fire on Friday at Bellevue restaurant Phin Sushi & Steak on Monroe Road shortly after 5 a.m. → Read More

Wisconsin Beer Announces Voluntary Recall

Karben4 announced Wednesday that it is voluntarily recalling some of its beer because of a potential flaw in certain bottles, according to the brewery's website. → Read More

Pet Saver: Trello

Meet Trello. She is a sweet four-month-old kitten from the Wisconsin Humane Society's Green Bay Campus who is looking for a new home. → Read More

Cellular 911 Difficulties in Oconto County

Cellular 911 is experiencing difficulties in Oconto County, according to the Oconto County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

UPDATE: Police Release Video of Grand Chute Gas Station Robbery

UPDATE MONDAY 12/17/2018 10:31 a.m. Grand Chute Police Department has released video of man robbing a Shell Gas Station. Police describe the man as white 5'10"-6'0" tall with a skinnier build. He can be seen wearing dark colored pants and a green flannel coat, black gloves, sunglasses, and black footwear. The suspect also had a mask pulled over the lower portion of his face. He was last seen on… → Read More

Green Bay Police Chief Introduces Four New Officers

The Green Bay Police Department is growing. During his Community Update on Local 5 This Morning Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith introduced the public to four new officers on the force. → Read More

Oshkosh Food and Toy Drive Begins Wednesday, Nov. 28

Santa Claus is coming to town on an antique fire engine. The 20th annual Oshkosh Fire Department Food and Toy Drive begins Wednesday, November 28. → Read More

No Injuries in Fox Crossing Mill Fire

No injuries have been reported at a mill fire in Fox Crossing, according to the Fox Crossing Fire Department. → Read More

Pet Saver: Delinger

Meet Delinger. He is a sweet and fluffy two-year-old cat at the Wisconsin Humane Society's Green Bay Campus who is in need of a new home. → Read More

Chief Smith's Community Update: 10-4-18

Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith joined Brittany Falkers and Chelly Boutott on Local 5 This Morning for his biweekly Community Update. → Read More

Pet Saver: Fuzzy

Meet Fuzzy! She is a beautiful, long-haired, senior cat who is loving life at nine-years-young. → Read More

UPDATE: Search Continues Friday For Missing Teenager Jevon Lemke

UPDATE FRIDAY 3/30/2018 4:39 p.m. → Read More

Gov. Walker will schedule special elections for June 12

Gov. Scott Walker says he will schedule special elections for June 12 to fill two legislative vacancies. → Read More

Dennis Brantner sentenced to 10 years in prison for 1990 murder

A Kenosha man was sentenced to the maximum penalty of 10 years in prison for a 1990 murder. → Read More

Flu season forces temporary visitor restrictions at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

Due to the serious nature of this flu season, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is placing e a temporary visitor restriction at both their Milwaukee and Fox Valley (Neenah) hospitals. → Read More

Pet Saver: Copper

Meet Copper! He is a sweet three-year-old mixed breed dog from the Wisconsin Humane Society's Green Bay campus who is looking for his forever home. → Read More

Friendly corporate competition helps hungry families

January is the most neglected month for donations to area food pantries, and three businesses in De Pere’s East Industrial Park decided to do something about it. → Read More