POUND - A federal agency is proposing $184,800 in fines against a Pound wood pallet manufacturer for unsafe working conditions.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) filed 16 violations this week against Northeastern Wisconsin Wood Products.
The government says the company improperly exposed workers to amputation hazards.
In total, Northeastern Wisconsin Wood Products has been cited by OSHA for 55 violations as the result of six previous inspections.
The company says it will appeal the fines and is in the process of making changes to improve worker safety.
An Allouez man who has not been seen in a week could be at risk without his medication, Brown County sheriff’s officials say.
The DNR says six private wells in the Manitowoc County town of Newton are showing signs of contamination.
Time continues to tick away as to whether or not Walmart can continue to have exclusive rights to a piece of property in Green Bay's Broadway District.
The Outagamie County District Attorney's office is reviewing possible charges against a former Appleton West High School teacher's aide.
Looking for a job? A Pulaski boat maker is hiring, after scoring a contract with a Dutch company.
A new report sheds light on whether a piece of wood found earlier this year in Lake Michigan is part of a centuries old shipwreck.