Tornado causes explosion caught on camera
- May 20, 2013
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Tornado causes explosion caught on camera
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A Wausau woman accused of trying to steal beef sticks, flowers and other merchandise from a Wausau grocery store found herself in more serious trouble when thousands of dollars of heroin fell out of her bra during her arrest, police said.
On Sunday there were several reports of tornadoes in five states.
A woman who was raped outside an Appleton elementary school in 1989 filed a civil lawsuit last week against the man who was convicted of the gunpoint attack 23 years after it occurred.
Officials had a plan to address problems at the Marathon County jail long before a March attack that injured two corrections officers, but that plan was shelved.
Police say two Appleton men threatened harm to another man's family if he failed to pay back his debt from a previous marijuana buy.
Those interested in contributing to the Food For Freedom Food Drive can drop off donations outside the St. Joseph Food Program from 8 a.m. to noon all week.
A former Kewaskum man will spend the next 30 years in prison for the 2011 choking death of his 18-year-old girlfriend at a New London hotel.
More than 30 awards were given to officers last week for performance and community service during a ceremony coinciding with National Police Week.
Bill Beck is a master builder of models made of matchsticks. Perhaps his greatest triumph to date is the massive replica he has built of the original Yankee Stadium, 75,000 matchsticks strong, using photographs, memory and a lot of Elmer's glue.
George Koonce was on top of the world when he played for the Green Bay Packers.
Police are trying to identify a man that wanted an 8-year-old boy to get in his car Friday afternoon in the area of Elm and Division streets.
Jill Coens ran Sunday's 26.2-mile Cellcom Green Bay Marathon for one reason: to qualify for next year's Boston Marathon.
Three people were injured in a Saturday night crash on U.S. 41 near Little Chute.
A new webpage has been set up for the Wrightstown Bridge and State 96 construction work in Brown County.
On a midsummer morning last year at popular Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis, Mark Ferrey dipped a brown glass bottle into the water.
Several tornadoes ravaged parts of the American heartland, reducing portions of a mobile home park to rubble and killing two elderly men.
Two tickets sold in Wisconsin are worth $1 million apiece after Saturday nightís Powerball drawing.
Frac sand mining's impact on job creation in Wisconsin's sandy areas will be minimal, and communities must account for its potential economic drawbacks, according to a new report.
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About 100 University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley students are expected to participate in the school's spring commencement ceremony this week.
Project Self-Help & Awareness is seeking families to participate in its 2013 summer stay and cultural exchange program, which welcomes African-American youth from rural Mississippi to visit Wisconsin.
The Appleton Education Foundation has approved grants totaling more than $17,000 to support programs and projects in the Appleton Area School District.
Q: What is the annual budget for the offices and staff of U.S. congressmen and senators, both in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.?
If you ask Appleton residents where they live, they very well might reference their home in terms of the nearest park.
Gov. Scott Walker wants to prohibit municipalities in Wisconsin from imposing residency requirements on its workers, and the ban took a step toward becoming law last week.
Families explored fire trucks, police cars and other modes of transportation at the Things That GO! event in Pierce Park. It is put on by the King's Daughters Charity Circle and raises money for Fox Valley childrens group.
As authorities continue to probe a fatal fire in an Oshkosh duplex without working smoke detectors, records show the owner had been ordered to install smoke detectors in the building after complaints by a tenant.
Experts say Wisconsin lakesí chemical cocktail likely similar to Minnesotaís, which includes a component of plastic, ibuprofen, a disinfectant used in hand soap, an antibiotic used on swine, a breakdown product of cocaine, an antidepressant, a fungicide and a drug used to treat Parkinsonís disease.
As many as 60 people were injured Saturday when an elderly man drove his car into a group of hikers marching in a parade in a small Virginia mountain town.
SPOONER, Wis. (AP) ó Washburn County sheriff's officials say they consider the case of a 15-year-old girl missing for 17 years still open and active.
A well-known Democratic Party of Wisconsin adviser is leaving his position.
Donors have contributed more than 38 percent of the goal in Post-Crescent Media's 'Serving Seniors' Do It! Community Challenge, which supports Clarity Care's programs to help senior citizens live in their homes as long as possible.
A 43-year-old man is dead after he was fatally shot by Madison police.
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Jeramie Korth still remembers the collision that sent him to the sidelines during a rough-and-tumble high school football game in 1993.
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The Lafayette County sheriff's office has identified the 8-year-old boy run over by a skid steer loader.
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Police are trying to identify a man that wanted an 8-year-old boy to get in his car Friday afternoon in the area of Elm and Division Streets.
Two men, who are already in prison, are charged with operating a burglary ring that spans 12 counties in Wisconsin.
Wildflower hike: The Northwoods Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance will conduct this hike at 10 a.m. in Lincoln County's Harrison Hills. Bring a lunch and water for the trail. Take Highway 51 to Highwy J at Irma, east on Highway J for five miles to Turtle Lake Road and north three miles on Turtle Lake road. Or from the east take Highway 17 to Highway J at Bloomville, then west on Highway J to Turtle Lake Road and turn north. Contact Ruby Jaecks at email@example.com or 715-443-3586. More events | Events map
Birding: Discover birds arouned Wisconsin in events hosted in Ozaukee County, Door County, the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Columbia County and Horicon Marsh. Times and hosts vary. For more information or to register visit https://www.cvent.com/events/great-wi-birdathon-big-day-trips/registration-941aca6cd282454189211661afb27a0a.aspx. More events | Events map
Fly fishing school: The Frank Hornberg Chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold this event at the Riverside Bible Camp, south of Amherst, next to Stedman County Park on the Tomorrow River. Sessions will cover casting, knots, gear selection, entomology, fly tying and reading a stream. Meals and two nights lodging are included. Total cost is $200 for registrants before April 15, $250 after and $150 for youths accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Matt Salchert at 715-321-1394 or firstname.lastname@example.org.More events | Events map