GREEN BAY, WI (WFRV) -- Here are your top local stories for Tuesday morning, March 31, 2015.
DE PERE, Wis. (WFRV) – It feels good to scratch an itch. Sometimes an itch is hard to reach, and you need help. That’s kind of the way it is with the St. Norbert Community Band, a collective of people with an itch to play band literature of an elevated variety and help each other do so. Monday night, 48
(WFRV) - Colorectal Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the united states. This month is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, a good time to learn the signs of this deadly disease. Elsa Robins talks to a survivor in HealthWatch.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. (WFRV) - EEG is a test that detects electrical activity in your brain, most often used to diagnose epilepsy or sleep disorders. Now one doctor is using it to diagnose schizophrenia. This man we'll call "Isaac" has schizophrenia and he doesn't want us to show his face for fear that someone will recognize him. "I didn't know
GREEN BAY, Wis. ( WFRV ) - It is Blanche Baudhuin's favorite day of the week. "He got me on a Thursday," she recalled. "and I've been on a Thursday ever since." Every Thursday for the past 35 years Blanche volunteers her time at the Red Cross. "When people come in I register them," she explained. "I enjoy the people.
ALGOMA , Wis. ( WFRV ) - Meet Micah, or Mike, for short. He is the newest employee at the Algoma Long Term Care Unit. On the job for just a month, his duties include bringing happiness throughout the halls and smiles to the faces of residents. "I thought it would be such a perfect fit to have one of
Silage is the bases for most of the rations found on Wisconsin dairy farms. The uses of inoculates are becoming more of a common practice in helping to eliminate the variables involved in fermentation the end result being better quality silage and higher milk production
After last years record setting prices there have been several stories about the prosperity that farmers are enjoying. While that is true in part, Ag Secretary Ben Brancel says there are producers who are facing challenges, although he does believe that on the whole Wisconsin farmers will be better able to financially cope with lower prices in 2015 than they