The Village of Bellevue taking steps to train its employees to make sure they are able to identify plant species and the importance each one has. After someone not associated with the Village mowed an area near Trails End Apartments on Manderly Way, taking down milkweed in the process. Without milkweed, monarch butterflies cannot survive, it’s key to their life-cycle, especially as the butterflies are experiencing population decline.
Over the past year parents in Wisconsin have had the option to waive their 16- and 17-year-old student driver’s need to take the final driving test through the Department of Motor Vehicles as the state looked to reduce the number of people going into the DMV during the pandemic. As COVID-19 guidelines change and the state works to pass the next biennial budget, that waiver may remain after the pandemic subsides.
A new report finds benzene in 27% of the sunscreens it tested. The Food and Drug Administration warns against benzene, but Valisure is asking the agency to better define the limits for benzene contamination.
All this week we are profiling a compassionate program offered to patients of Unity Hospice, and supported by generous community donors. The program is called Gifted Wishes, and the goal is simple, to grant hospice patients one final wish. Today, you're going to meet a Green Bay man who now has many colorful reasons to smile every time he steps outside.
The 2021 wedding season has arrived in full force. Couples who had to cancel or postpone their weddings during the pandemic play a huge role in a post-pandemic wedding rush that’s happening nationwide. Local venues, vendors, and others in the wedding industry are finding the demand to be extremely high.
Despite investing $200 million annually on IT, JBS was still the victim of cyber criminals. Experts say money alone won’t protect businesses. It’s important to train employees on how to avoid cyber attacks,