If you have old medication that's taking up space in your cabinets, don't throw it away.
Instead, drop it off during the 7th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 26. It runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at various locations around Northeast Wisconsin.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and local law enforcement offices are hosting drop-off events.
Authorities say the initiative helps prevent pill abuse and theft in the community.
In addition, the collection provides an environmentally safe way to dispose of your medication.
During the April take back day, the DEA says Americans turned in 371 tons of prescription drugs at more than 5,829 sites.
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.
Driving instructors and law enforcement say lessons can be learned from Sunday’s massive pileup northwest of Milwaukee.
The village of Allouez has received a request from the owner of the Hilltop Apartments site to build a 48-unit apartment complex on the site of the burnt-out apartments.