The Green Bay Packers are halfway to 16-0 going into Monday night’s game against Minnesota, close enough to start pondering perfection and far enough away that such talk hasn’t yet become taboo.
A groundskeeper at a Green Bay-area cemetery has pleaded not guilty to stealing a $2,000 guitar from the casket of a recently deceased man.
The Vikings fell to 1-6 despite a spirited effort against the defending world champion Packers, losing 33-27 Sunday at the Metrodome. Eric Nelson caught up with both teams following the game.
The border battle is a problem that plagues many families in Minnesota and Wisconsin. And if one parent is a Vikings fan and the other a cheesehead, who do the kids root for?
A 46-year-old Green Bay man has been charged with setting fire to his home that was in foreclosure.
Three men are facing criminal charges of possessing a drug called khat in Brown County.
There was a long wait for some Green Bay Packers fans to get into Lambeau Field Sunday because of new security measures.
A grounds worker at a Green Bay area cemetery is accused of stealing a $2,000 guitar from the casket of a man who died recently.
There’s good news for the 81,000 fans on the waiting list for Green Bay Packers season tickets.
Pages from the Packers’ special teams playbook landed on a Green Bay area street after a waste recycling truck lost part of its load.
A man who looks a lot like Brett Favre has been impersonating the retired quarterback around Green Bay, wearing a No. 4 jersey and even signing autographs.
Friday night lights won’t be necessary at a Green Bay high school’s football field. That’s because Notre Dame Academy has moved its game against Manitowoc from 7 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday because of the Green Bay Packers’ preseason home game.
Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon has been released from a Nevada hospital after he was injured in a crash in a limousine on the way from Lake Tahoe to the airport.
A Delta Air Lines Inc. jet landed safely in Green Bay after the crew smelled something unusual en route from Detroit to Minneapolis.
A boy who was 14 when he helped throw another boy off a parking ramp to his death was properly sentenced to life in prison without parole, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday.