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UW-Osh cutting two sports programs

UW-Oshkosh is cutting two of its sports programs, and restructuring some others, in an effort to deal with Governor Walker's proposed budget cut. School officials announced this evening that the men's soccer and tennis teams will be cut, following the…

posted 2015-04-06 18:16:58 by WHBY

Brewers lose season opener

Brewers fail to score in the season opener again Colorado, losing 10-0.  Loshe gets the loss (0-1) gaving up 8 runs in 3 1/3 innings.  The Rockies scored 10 runs off of 16 hits while Milwaukee had 8 hits and…

posted 2015-04-06 15:51:35 by WHBY

Bars plan for big day for Wis. sports

If you're planning on going out to watch the national championship game tonight, between the Badgers and Duke, you will have a lot of company. Luke LeSage of the Stoneyard in Darboy says he's expecting a capacity crowd, even though…

posted 2015-04-06 13:05 by WHBY

Jacque pushing to close hit-and-run loophole

A De Pere lawmaker wants to close a loophole in state law, that could help someone get away with a hit-and-run crash. Republican Rep. Andre Jacque says his bill would require people to stop after a crash, to make sure…

posted 2015-04-06 13:04:33 by WHBY

Grand Chute keeping heat on prostitution

Grand Chute police are continuing their effort to fight prostitution. Officers arrested two women Saturday, and one last night. Those arrests come on the heels of arrests in De Pere last week...where officers closed a spa frequented by high school…

posted 2015-04-06 13:03 by WHBY

Buchanan voters to choose town chair

The candidates for town board chair in Buchanan both say road maintenance is an issue with the town, but they have different views about the future. Greg Sprangers says he wants to create a 20-year plan to ensure that the…

posted 2015-04-06 13:02 by WHBY

Harrison voters choosing village president

Voters in the village of Harrison will decide tomorrow, whether to stick with their current board president, or promote a current board member to the top spot. Dave LaShay says he's challenging current village president Jim Salm. He feels his…

posted 2015-04-06 13:01 by WHBY

No photo ID needed to vote tomorrow

The fight over the state's photo ID law for voters appears to be over, but it won't be in effect for tomorrow's election. The head of the Wisconsin County Clerk's Association doesn't think that will lead to any confusion. The…

posted 2015-04-06 13:00 by WHBY

Menasha project expanding

A proposed development in downtown Menasha is growing. Ald. James Taylor says the plans for the site of the former Hotel Menasha, and two banks, now call for an eight-story office building. Developers were initially looking at a six-story building…

posted 2015-04-06 05:05 by WHBY

Race for G.B. mayor on ballot

A Green Bay city council member is challenging a three-term incumbent in tomorrow's election. Mayor Jim Schmitt will square off against Ald. Tom De Wane. De Wane says he wants to focus on needs through out the city. He says…

posted 2015-04-06 05:04 by WHBY

Voters to pick Supreme Court justice

A seat on the state Supreme Court will be on ballots across Wisconsin tomorrow. Incumbent Justice Ann Walsh Bradley will meet Rock County Judge James Daley. Walsh Bradley is running for her third, 10-year term. She says it's important to…

posted 2015-04-06 05:03 by WHBY

Lawmaker targeting e-cigarettes

The growing use of e-cigarettes is raising concerns for a lawmaker from Janesville. Democratic Rep. Debra Kolste is working on a bill that would add the so-called "vaping" devices to the statewide smoking ban. She says she doesn't think people…

posted 2015-04-06 05:02 by WHBY

Skyscanner surveyed more than 700 travelers to find out what they've forgotten in their haste to deplane. While most items…
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Training camp will start this morning for the Packers. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy met with the media on Wednesday.…
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