KIMBERLY - People in the Fox Valley enjoyed Saturday's warm temps by going a walk that's meant to help others.
More than 3,000 people turned out to support autism awareness at the 8th annual Walk for Autism.
Friends of Autism - Wisconsin's largest autism charity - hosted the fundraiser in Kimberly.
The money raised at the event will be used for research, as well as aid for families of children with autism.
"I think that autism awareness is growing, but we can always use more support. We can always use more money for research, and we can always use more supporters for the families who need the direct aid," said Friends of Autism Executive Director Jim Jones.
FOX 11's very own Michelle Melby kicked off the walk, cheering on participants and handing out high-fives.
The Oshkosh Board of Education discuss a possibly referendum.
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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.