Snow will taper to flurries later this evening with snow ending by tonight. Skies will turn partly cloudy with winds very light out of the northwest at 2-5 mph with lower 20s. Partly cloudy skies are on tap for your Friday with southwest winds at 2-5..
Some snow is on the way for today, and the farther you live to the north, the more snow you'll see. Green Bay and the Fox Cities will only end up with 2-4", while north of Peshtigo 4-8" should fall by the end of the day. Temps will warm to the..
People on the caregiver misconduct registry can't work in state-licensed assisted living homes without a special exemption. One example in this video is a woman accused of stealing from an assisted living resident. Learn more on our website.
JERSEY CITY, NEW JERSEY — Investigators are not sure why two shooters launched a deadly attack at a New Jersey kosher grocery store, federal and state officials said on Wednesday.
Reuters reports that six people, including two shooters, three..
As many people are picking out presents to give loved ones this holiday season, some people in our community are struggling to afford just the basic necessities, such as shampoo and toothpaste, so the Student Council at Kaleidescope Academy has taken..
With highs only in the single digits......Wednesday was the coldest day since January 31!! Arctic high pressure will give way to our next weather-maker late tonight with a few patches of light snow. A few might wake up to some minor accumulation. Lows..
It is going to be a bitterly cold day today for this time of year with highs only in the single digits above zero. Morning wind chills will be in the -10s/-20s. There is a system that will slowly approach our area late tonight with a few patches of..
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA — A dentist all the way up in Alaska is currently on trial after allegedly yanking out a tooth from a sedated patient—all while riding a hoverboard.
NBC News reports that according to court records, prosecutors say 34-year-old..
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Tuesday he is still not fully convinced that the FBI acted without bias when it opened its 2016 investigation into possible links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia. Colette Luke has more.