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Man, 14-year-old seriously hurt when pickup hits power pole in Deer Creek

The driver, 21, was transported via helicopter to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.


Former top prospect Keston Hiura's time with the Brewers has likely come to an end

The Brewers informed 2017 first-round pick Keston Hiura on Friday that he wouldn't be making the club out of spring training.


Taylor Schabusiness to go on trial July 24 in homicide, beheading of Green Bay man

Defense attorney argued that defendant should have a second psychological examination because she attacked her previous attorney in court in February.


Wisconsin weather live updates: 5 to 9 inches of snow forecast for Milwaukee area, 4 inches in Appleton and Green Bay

Another March snowstorm is forecast for a large portion of Wisconsin Saturday. Follow here for weather updates.


Neenah's Klesmit won't play for UWGB basketball after decommitting; Wrecke, Hall staying

Neenah star Cal Klesmit won't be playing basketball at UWGB next season after reopening his recruitment.


U.S. is recommending low limits for 'forever chemicals.' Many Wisconsin communities have tested over it.

Some Wisconsin communities will need a filtration system to ensure their drinking water has PFAS levels below the EPA's new guidance


'He's known as a lawyer's lawyer': Daniel Kelly pins Supreme Court run on conservative credentials

Kelly is trying to regain a seat on the state Supreme Court after losing in the 2020 election.


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Aaron Rodgers' departure could make Green Bay Packers tickets cheaper next season

As Packers rebuild around Jordan Love, the demand for tickets might be less and supply might increase.


Lawsuit alleging mistreatment by Neenah police set for trial after mediation fails

The two sides — the hostages as plaintiffs and Neenah police and the city as defendants — had agreed to mediation, which was scheduled for March 14.


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