GRAND CHUTE - The Packers defense beat the offense for the first time in three years at the Donald Driver charity softball game.
Much to the dismay of the games host.
The defense put up a whopping 24 runs to outpace the offense, which scored 20 over six innings at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.
Rookie linebacker Nate Palmer won the home run derby, unseating defending champion Davon House in the final round. Palmer was also named MVP of the softball game.
Fans set a new attendance record for the game. The reported final attendance was 9,010.
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.
It was a scary situation today for one Winnebago County sheriff's deputy after responding to a crash along Highway 41.
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.
Brown County's old Mental Health Center is starting to come down.
A big score for a local food pantry, thanks to the Packers finding the end zone this season.