GREEN BAY (WFRV) - Outside the Willow Tree Child Advocacy center in Green Bay, a flag with a chalk-outlined child symbolizes another child abuse death. It's a tragedy Director Susan Lockwood is seeing far too often. "It's certainly such an incredibly sad thing, that no intervention happened to be able to protect this child's life," she says. Studies show that
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WFRV) - It was a week ago that Armando Aguirre was playing with his son and his girlfriend's son, four-year-old Trey Burgess at his Town of Mitchell home. At Friday's preliminary hearing, Sheboygan County's District Attorney quoted Aguirre's statements to investigators that Trey wanted Aguirre to swing him by the feet. D.A. Joe DeCecco said, "He indicated that
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WFRV) - A scratchy, swollen throat with a high fever. It's the signal to parents that it's time for doctors to test for strep throat. But, new research shows that in some cases, what looks like strep may really be another bacterial infection with the potential for deadly complications. Chelly Boutott has more in Healthwatch.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (WFRV) - Kids who have sleeping problems at night could be having issues during the day as a result. In Healthwatch, Chelly Boutott tells us why parents need to take a good look at how their kids sleep.
ALLOUEZ , Wis. ( WFRV ) - It was a hands-on project outside of the classroom. On Thursday, 1st graders from Langlade Elementary got a lesson in being green. "We got shovels and we had trees that are already grown and already had roots," explained Nicholas Zellner. "So we had to dig a hole. We put the tree in and
GREEN BAY, Wis. ( WFRV ) - What started last year as an idea during an internship, students at UW-Green Bay turned into a campus-wide clean-up effort. "Our total weight picked up is just over 1,700 pounds," Matt Malcore said. "It's a few hundred thousand plastic bags." Collected, baled and recycled. The university's Public and Environmental Affairs Council, or
Alice in Dairyland went back to school this week and made quite an impression Over 2,000 all toll, as she spent time with Brown County 4th graders teaching them about the products raised in the state. She also covered the health value of those products and the economic impact agriculture provides for the health of the state
Although not the challenge of last spring, there still are concerns out over how this years' winter wheat crop survived the winter. Just like in 2014 the crop got in late and snow cover was limited However after walking some fields this past week it looks like the crop will be good , but just not great