GREEN BAY - Some Green Bay police officers took a break from fighting crime Wednesday to help children who aren't feeling their best.
The officers visited children at St. Vincent Hospital. They gave the kids toys and a special police officer teddy bear.
Some of the children they visited are in the cancer unit at the hospital.
For several years, Green Bay police officers have been raising money for that unit.
Officers say over the years, $50,000 has been raised for cancer research.
"It kind of hits home that some things that we get upset on a daily basis about just aren't important. These are the important things in life right here, that these kids get better; that maybe we can walk in and get a smile on their face," said Lt. Ben Allen, Green Bay Police Department.
The children also took pictures with the officers. This was their third annual visit.
A survey of local businesses looked at employee numbers and overall outlook for the coming year.
Those who do go to the Packers-Falcons game Sunday will help honor a green and gold legend.
The cold caused some problems in the Fox Valley Friday.
A donation from an area bank will be making a difference in the years to come for Green Bay East High School.
A Pearl Harbor survivor was given a special honor Friday morning at Green Bay East High School.
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