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Topic - Oshkosh
An Oshkosh pharmacy owner charged with selling muscle relaxants, pain relievers and other prescription drugs on the Internet has agreed to plead guilty in federal court to the charges.
Wearing safety glasses and with Elmer's Glue in hand, second-grader Julia Bock layered fingernail-sized brown and tan pieces of glass on top of each other, shaping her light brown hair in a self-portrait during art class at Washington School in Oshkosh.
Authorities say a 5-year-old Oshkosh boy is dead after he was hit by a vehicle.
A driver who had a blood alcohol content more than three times the legal limit has been sentenced to 17 years in prison after he crashed into another vehicle, killing an elderly man and injuring his wife in Winnebago County.
You may see a familiar face in the new Muppets movie, "Muppets Most Wanted."
Fred Leist can play almost any instrument, but he's not one to toot his own horn.
Administrators at schools across Wisconsin are trying to put high-tech devices in the hands of every student and teacher.
The Experimental Aircraft Association has reached an agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration over air traffic control fees during its annual convention, the EAA said Friday.
Some Oshkosh residents think they're being forced to shoulder an unfair burden by having 63 percent of the city's sex offenders living in a single ZIP code.
Several Wisconsin Rotary clubs have bridged cultural differences to work with their counterparts in Peru to create a successful business in soy milk production that provides food to the poor.
Rachel Ben-Ismail is quickly learning what goes into homeownership, whether it's figuring out why the heat hasn't kicked in or putting together a landscape plan.
When Colin and Meghan Donnelly of Oshkosh bought a plasma cutter for Colin to use for work, they never expected it would open up the doors to the fine art world. They simply enjoyed seeing what 10,000 watts of electricity could do to steel.
The state is encouraging municipalities to switch to vehicles that run on alternative fuels, in a bid to reduce fuel costs and reduce carbon footprints.
Eye drops, eye drops, eye drops.
The chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh is bringing his 40-year career in higher education to an end.