OSHKOSH - Hunting season is months away, but it was all things "deer" in Oshkosh Saturday.
It's all part of the fourth annual DeerFest at the Sunnyview Expo Center.
The weekend-long festival features everything from hundreds of exhibitors to demonstrations.
Organizers say Wisconsin is by far the best place to be for deer hunting season.
"You know, if you take every factor about deer hunting and throw it into a blender; like the number of deer in the state, the quality of your deer herd, the size and number of hunters, the economic impact, blend everything together, Wisconsin is the number one state in the country for deer hunting," said event organizer Hugh McAloon.
DeerFest also got a little celebrity attention.
Troy and Jacob Landry from the popular show "Swamp People" on the History Channel made a visit.
People had the chance for a meet-and-greet, and autographs.
Traffic is flowing again in the Neenah area after a morning crash.
Former Green Bay schools superintendent Gregory Maass is the new CEO/President of the Brown County United Way.
The Appleton Police Department is investigating a shooting at a downtown bar.
Oconto County officials are investigating what might have caused a shed fire.
An armed robbery suspect has life-threatening injuries after being shot in Fond du Lac County.
The crash scene is clear. Both lanes of I-43 in this area are back open.