GREEN BAY - More than 100 protesters met Governor Scott Walker at Thursday's event at Red Smith Middle School.
Many were educators protesting massive cuts to public education in Walker's budget.
"To me it's a slap in the face. It really is. It's like I'm coming on your stomping grounds and throw it in your face. It's disgusting to me," said Tina Smith, Luxemburg special education teacher.
The governor says reforms will benefit the state.
"I think the majority of people across the state when they see districts like Kaukauna in this area and other schools can take advantage of the reforms to keep schools at the same staffing level, or in some cases increases them. I think the more that information gets out the more comfortable people are going to be," said Walker.
Walker stopped in Green Bay to promote a crackdown on online predators.
Area road crews are ready to get out and salt the roadways. However, they say, that can't be doing that Wednesday night.
Oneida Casino officials say they're not playing games when it comes to giving patrons what they want. Leaders detailed changes coming as a part of the casino's multi-million dollar renovation and expansion.
Green Bay Metro Fire Department crews are taking advantage of the closed Leo Frigo Bridge to get some training in Wednesday.
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.
Explorers who removed a wooden slab from Lake Michigan this summer are taking an unusual step to determine whether it could have come from Le Griffon, a long-lost vessel from the 17th century.