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Past articles by Marisa:

Three charged for string of Brown County armed robberies

Three men were charged Tuesday in connection to a series of armed robberies in Brown County. → Read More

More than 40 people losing jobs at F+W Media

41 people will lose their jobs at F+W Media in Iola due to the company reducing its workforce, the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) announced Tuesday. → Read More

Woman sentenced for drug trafficking on Menominee Indian Reservation

A Neopit woman was sentenced Tuesday for selling synthetic cannabinoids on the Menominee Indian Reservation. → Read More

Sheboygan Police investigating after shots fired into home

Sheboygan Police are investigating after someone fired shots into a home on Martin Avenue on New Year's Eve. → Read More

Report: Packers sign HC Mike McCarthy to contract extension

The Green Bay Packers have signed head coach Mike McCarthy to a contract extension, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. → Read More

Packers: GM Ted Thompson to become senior advisor to football operations

After numerous reports, the Green Bay Packers have made it official: GM Ted Thompson will transition to a new role as senior advisor to football operations. → Read More

Appleton Police searching for robbery suspect

Appleton Police are looking for the man believed to be involved in a robbery at a W. College Avenue business Saturday. → Read More

Pulaski students, parents receive text meant for Milwaukee high school families

Pulaski High School parents and students received an accidental text message Saturday meant for families from a Milwaukee high school, the Pulaksi Community School District said. → Read More

One in custody, no injuries after incident at Lambeau

One person is in custody and no one was injured after an incident at Lambeau Field Friday afternoon, according to Green Bay Police. → Read More

Tubing hill at Titletown District opens just in time for Christmas

It's the day children across Northeast Wisconsin have been waiting for: the Titletown District's Ariens tubing hill officially opened Thursday. → Read More

Names of officer and deputy involved in accidental shooting released

The Sturgeon Bay Police officer who accidentally shot into a floor, injuring a Door County Sheriff's deputy has been identified. → Read More

Employees honored for 50 years of work at ASPIRO

For 50 years, Chuck Pakanich and Lynda Zilles have spent their work days at ASPIRO. → Read More

Up to 500 shovelers needed at Lambeau

Snow is in the forecast ahead of Saturday's matchup between the Packers and Vikings, and that means Lambeau Field needs some help from fans to get ready. → Read More

McCarthy: Davante Adams out for Saturday's game

Davante Adams will not play Saturday against the Vikings, Mike McCarthy said Thursday. → Read More

Keshena man indicted for child sex offenses on Menominee Indian Reservation

A Keshena man has been charged in federal court for child sex offenses involving children under 12 years old. → Read More

Law enforcement warns about ice safety as temperatures drop

It's that time of year when Wisconsinites are thinking about heading out on the ice for fishing or other recreation. → Read More

Valuable gold coin donated to Salvation Army Red Kettle in De Pere

It's the season of giving, and some anonymous Salvation Army donors have gone above and beyond in Northeast Wisconsin. → Read More

Green Bay Police hand out 'blessing bags' during the holidays

The Green Bay Police Department worked to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need Wednesday. → Read More

Two teens arrested for Manitowoc armed robbery

Two teenagers have been arrested in connection to a December 17 armed robbery in Manitowoc. → Read More

Firefighters deliver gifts for teens to Salvation Army

After a record-setting year for its Gifts for Teens drive, the Green Bay Metro Fire Department delivered 1,250 gifts to the Salvation Army Tuesday for families in need in Brown County. → Read More