GREEN BAY , Wis. (WFRV) – Three plays are in store for the 66 th season of Attic Theatre, a Fox Valley community troupe that, indeed, started in an attic with its initial meetings. The troupe performs in the Communication Arts Center of the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley in Menasha. Info: www.attictheatreinc.com . According to a company newsletter, “Attic Theatre
APPLETON - Charter Communications plans to spend over $55-Billion to acquire Time Warner Cable, combining Wisconsin's two largest broadband providers. The merger will make the company the 2nd largest broadband provider in the nation, behind only Comcast. Local 5's Evan Kruegel has more on what it could mean for your wallet and for your remote.
DALLAS, Texas (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Each year, 600,000 Americans undergo spine surgery as part of the 30 billion dollars we spend on back pain care. But before you go under the knife, there are some important questions to ask. Rick Greenwood thought surgery would relieve his back pain, but it instead left him paralyzed. The 67-year-old developed a blood clot
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Americans are consuming more sugar than ever before. But what effect is this sweet trend having on our health? It's in our favorite foods and drinks. How much sugar do you put down in a day? Laura Schmidt, PhD, a professor at University of California San Francisco, says Americans consume nearly three times more
LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. ( WFRV ) - It was a special delivery Thursday for the Fox Valley Metro Police Department. Officers are now equipped with Buddy Bags, thanks to students from Flex Academy Charter School in Little Chute. "There's a book, a stuffed animal, a coloring book and some crayons," explained 7th grader Hannah Lee. They are supplies to help
DE PERE , Wis. ( WFRV ) - More than 2,800 pairs of gently shoes sit in a trailer outside Frievalt Photography in De Pere. "'I've been collecting about a month," said owner Dan Frievalt . It's for a program called Shoes 4 Love , a charity started a few years ago by an Idaho photographer. The idea is
Soybean acres continue to grow in Wisconsin and for good reason. The demand for beans continues to grow especially on the export front, and despite a dip in price. Producer margins still are good. The soybean has a strong future because of its versatility, but there are also challenges and more education to be shared. Those we're some of the things we
For over a century UW Extension has been both a partner and a leader in providing Wisconsin agriculture with the tools and information necessary to grow the industry. Recent budget cuts have resulted in a retooling of extension personnel and programs and if the proposed budget cuts are kept in tact, even more cuts will have to be made. And that would