GRAND CHUTE - A number of local relief drives to help victims of the deadly tornado are underway in our area.
Denny's in Grand Chute is filling its basement with supplies for Oklahoma.
A worker decided to start the collection on Tuesday. So far dozens of donations have been dropped off.
The goal is to fill a semi-trailer by next week to be delivered to the disaster area.
"They need our help, a devastation like this could happen to us, there's kids out there, there's babies out there that don't have nothing and that just melted my heart," said Stacy Braatz, organized relief drive.
Items being collected range from towels to toiletries, clothes and other emergency supplies.
It was a scary situation today for one Winnebago County sheriff's deputy after responding to a crash along Highway 41.
A Greenleaf dairy farm says it has fired two employees and barred a third from handling animals after video shot by an undercover activist showed workers hitting, kicking, stabbing and whipping cows.
On Wednesday, a state committee will release its recommendations on what Wisconsin should do with the Common Core standards.
Cheers for a big check at an Appleton elementary school.
The victim in a weekend shooting at an Appleton night club has died, according to Appleton police.
The possibility of a Walmart store in downtown Green Bay is still alive.