APPLETON - The amount of damage caused by Wednesday morning's storms is getting clearer.
Friday, Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson said initial estimates put the amount of damage in his county at about $14 million.
However Friday night, Nelson told FOX 11 he expects the final total to be around $20 million.
The storms, which included several tornadoes, knocked down trees, knocked out power and damaged property throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
In Appleton alone, an estimated 60,000 customers were without power at one point. By Friday night, that number was down to less than 1,000 customers.
Oneida Casino officials say they're not playing games when it comes to giving patrons what they want. Leaders detailed changes coming as a part of the casino's multi-million dollar renovation and expansion.
Green Bay Metro Fire Department crews are taking advantage of the closed Leo Frigo Bridge to get some training in Wednesday.
A panel of experts tasked with reviewing Outagamie County's response to a series of tornadoes that hit the county in August revealed its findings Wednesday.
The decision for whether or not Walmart can continue to investigate locating a store in Green Bay's Broadway District is now up to the city's redevelopment authority.
Explorers who removed a wooden slab from Lake Michigan this summer are taking an unusual step to determine whether it could have come from Le Griffon, a long-lost vessel from the 17th century.
A Green Bay-based beef processing company has submitted the minimum $12.75 million bid for an idled South Dakota plant, according to court paperwork filed Wednesday.