Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Green Bay Beef Plant Closing Over Virus InfectionsThe JBS Packerland plant employs more than 1,200 people and feeds nearly 3.2 million people per day, the company said. Employees will be paid during the closure.
Green Bay's Defense Falters Against The EaglesThis Green Bay Packers defense still could wind up among the league's best by the end of the season. Those quarterback-pressuring, turnover-causing performances over the first three weeks weren't suddenly negated by one night.
Lots Of Defense, A Bit Of A-Rod Enough For Packers To Beat The BearsTo open its celebration of its 100th season, the NFL got a throwback to, well, the 1920s.
Man Charged With Stabbing Green Bay Police DogThirty-year-old Sai Vang is charged with causing an injury to a police animal, a felony, and two misdemeanor counts.
Girl Scout Troop Leader Fired After Event For Crash VictimsA Girl Scout troop leader in Green Bay has lost her job in the wake of a fundraiser her troop held for families of victims of a fatal crash near Chippewa Falls.
Wisconsin Man, 75, Volunteers To Nap With CatsHis typical day on the job involves him spending an hour snoozing on the couch with one cat. And then he'll wake up and move onto a doze with the next cat.
United Flight Goes Off Runway In Green Bay; Flight Was Headed To MSPA United Airlines plane headed to Minneapolis from Houston ended up sliding off a runway in Green Bay early Friday morning.
Fired Worked Charged In Lambeau Field Car RampageA fired food service worker is charged with ramming other vehicles at Lambeau Field in Green Bay last week.
1 Arrested After Disturbance At Lambeau FieldOne person is in custody after a disturbance that drew numerous law enforcement and emergency agencies to Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
Lambeau Field Hosts US Championship Cheese ContestThe national cheese spotlight this week turns to Wisconsin — where else? — as judges get ready to sniff, taste and touch thousands of samples in the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest.
Green Bay Paper Apologizes For Column Tying Peterson Case To SlaveryA Wisconsin newspaper is apologizing for a columnist who connected Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson's child abuse case to beatings suffered by slaves.