OSHKOSH - Let's take a closer look at what spilled Friday afternoon in Oshkosh.
Muriatic acid is a form of hydrochloric acid.
It has many uses. It's used in production of chlorides, fertilizers, and textiles.
But it's also in various food products to help break down food in the stomach.
Don't let that make you think it is safe.
Hydrochloric acid is corrosive to the eyes and skin.
Inhaling it could cause coughing or chest pain.
Swallowing the acid directly could also damage your stomach.
Getting it on your skin may lead to burns.
An early morning fire in downtown Ripon damaged three businesses and displaced 26 people.
A 42-year-old Shawano County man was arrested after a drug bust uncovered bath salts and marijuana.
A woman who worked at an assisted living facilitywas sentenced to 30 days in jail for taking nude photos of residents.
Gov. Scott Walker says a historic tax credit bill he has signed into law will help revitalize downtowns across Wisconsin.
The Sartori Co. announced Wednesday it will spend $14 million to renovate two plants, adding jobs in the process.
A 38-year-old man is behind bars after allegedly peeping into windows in a Kaukauna neighborhood.