The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation discusses the state's economic future and how the paper industry relates to that future.
A Roman Catholic religious order based in the Midwest is releasing an unusually candid report admitting it failed victims of clergy sex abuse.
The Fox Valley Energy Center in Neenah closed Friday, leaving 23 people out of work and the city without one of its biggest water customer.
Dark clouds rolled into the Fox Valley late Monday afternoon.
June is National Internet Safety Month and with school out for summer, children may have a lot of free time to surf the web, which comes with risks.
Submitted June 17, 2013, by John Pleau of Kimberly.
U.S. Highway 41's change to interstate status could cause headaches for some trucking companies if pending legislation doesn't go through - or the highway may
Two farm cooperatives with headquarters in Northeast Wisconsin are merging. Agri-Partners and Country Visions Cooperatives will join forces effective September
Packers Backers from all over Wisconsin say it was great to see Double-D in action, even if it was on the softball diamond, and not Lambeau Field.
A baby returns safe to its mother after it was abducted Saturday night.
An event to help families fly gave children wings in Appleton Saturday.
No injuries were reported after fire crews battled a structure fire in Grand Chute Saturday afternoon.
Although the weather may not have been perfect, that didn't stop people in Appleton from enjoying the city's first farm market of the year.
It was a race to the finish Saturday at High Cliff State Park in Sherwood, and not just on foot, or even land.
One person sustained life threatening injuries in a two-vehicle crash that happened after a woman braked for birds.
National Envelope says it won't have to lay off any workers at its Appleton plant after securing financing to continue operating in bankruptcy.