The Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine is on pause as the CDC and FDA investigate a possible link between the vaccine and a specific type of blood clot. That leaves people who’ve already gotten the shot wondering how concerned they should be.
Anyone with interest in wolves in Wisconsin is encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions. Starting Thursday, and running through May 15th, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input as it begins efforts to establish a 10-year wolf management plan.
Legislation is circulating in the State Legislature aimed at protecting people who don’t want the vaccine. The State Assembly has passed a bill that would stop businesses from requiring employees to get vaccinated.
Stephen Smith acknowledged he submitted fraudulent applications for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans on behalf of three different companies that had folded and directed co-conspirators to send him portions of the loans.
Two brothers from the Fox Valley are back home tonight after a road trip to North Carolina. As we first told you a couple weeks ago, they traveled there to present a Vietnam War POW with a bracelet that has his name on it.
Burch is appealing his conviction on claims his Fourth Amendment rights were violated by Brown County Sheriff’s Office investigators who extracted cell phone data originally seized by Green Bay Police in an unrelated case.
Community members from the Village of Hortonville gathered to honor a World War II Veteran. Robert Schneider, WWII Veteran, was presented an award at the Hortonville Opera House for 75 years of service with the American Legion Auxiliary Post 55.