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About: oshkosh, wisconsin

The city of Oshkosh is named for Menominee Chief Oshkosh, whose name meant "claw." In the 1800s, the growth of Oshkosh was due mostly to the growth of its lumber industry thanks to its navigable waterways that provided access to distribution markets and pineries in the northern region. The city is best known for the OshKosh B'Gosh children's clothing company.

Population: 64592
Local Newspapers: Oshkosh Northwestern
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Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

Zip Codes associated with oshkosh, wisconsin: 54901 54902 54904
Towns/Cities near oshkosh, wisconsin : Omro Black Wolf Winnebago Pickett

Oshkosh News
Man harvests longest sturgeon on Wisconsin record

Kyle Jenkins speared the 85.4" long female and registered it at Jerry's Bar in Oshkosh. That's record length.

Senate Majority Leader questions timeline on juvenile justice reform package

Lawmakers are rolling up their sleeves to begin transforming the juvenile justice system by 2020. A bipartisan group of lawmakers announced they're plan to close Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake by July 1, 2020.

Target 2 Consumer Alert: how to spot a utility scam

Scammers have been impersonating utility workers with the intention of getting inside homes to steal. There have been recent reports of this crime happening in Green Bay, Oshkosh and Sheboygan.

UW-Oshkosh ranks safest campus in Wisconsin and 38th nationally

The National Council For Home Safety and Security released the finding Tuesday looking at universities with 10,000 students or more. We've extensively covered the case of Josh Immel, who faces charges for attacking four women near the campus in September.

Sexual assault forensic exams sharply increase in northeast Wisconsin

Sexual assault forensic exams took place at a much higher rate than last year at hospitals Action 2 News spoke with Monday. Sexual assault forensic exams increased by 75 percent at Thedacare and by 24 percent at Aurora Medical Center in Oshkosh in 2017 compared to 2016.

First weekend of sturgeon spearing wraps up

The first weekend of the 2018 sturgeon spearing season is now in the books, after hundreds of fishermen and woman took to the ice this weekend, for a chance to snag a sturgeon. The second day started off rather light, the Department of Natural Resources saying that's likely because of murky water clarity across Lake Winnebago.

Local2018 sturgeon spearing season opening day numbers

On Lake Winnebago, 83 fish were harvested on the first day. That's down from last year when the first day haul was 198.

A Different Way Of Flying

More than two dozen skiplanes are scheduled to be in Oshkosh Saturday. The annual EAA skiplane Fly-In brings in a large crowd each year, as onlookers are treated to a different way of flying.

Norovirus outbreak at UW-Oshkosh

Oshkosh is dealing with a norovirus outbreak. The university says about 130 people on campus reported norovirus symptoms since Monday.

Oshkosh police arrest two after heroin and cocaine bust

A 30-year-old man and a 30-year-old women were arrested on suspicion of multiple drug charges that led to more than three-and-a-half ounces of drugs. Multiple law enforcement agencies were part of the investigation, including the Lake Winnebago Drug Unit, Winnebago County Sheriff's Department, Oshkosh Police Department, and University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Police Department.

Repealing WI Family Medical Leave Act raises concerns

The possibility of repealing parts of Wisconsin's Family Medical Leave Act is front and center for lawmakers this week. Two republican bills in the legislature want to eliminate parts of FMLA to make it more like federal law.

Police: former UW-System official feuded with co-workers before OWI

Police reports show former UW-System administrator Jessica Tormey feuded with co-workers before being stopped for drunken driving in October. UW-System spokesperson Stephanie Marquis says System officials continue to review other UW employees' concerns about Tormey's actions, even though Tormey resigned her vice president's position last week.

Alternate side parking restrictions in effect during snow emergency in Madison

Parking enforcement officers are pretty busy during normal parking days. But when a snow emergency is declared, they are even busier.

Once lost, D-Day plane to fly again

It took two eagle-eyed historians to track down the plane that led hundreds of Allied aircraft into Normandy during World War II. The plane, a twin-engine C-47 called "That's All, Brother," carried American paratroopers into German-occupied France on June 6, 1944, or D-Day.

Carthage senior takes Miss Kenosha crown

The 20-year-old Carthage College senior was crowned 2018 Miss Kenosha at St. Joseph Catholic Academy High School Saturday night by Kaitlyn Rhey, one of the most prolific Miss Kenoshas in recent years. Salerno, whose platform is disability acceptance and inclusion and who played piano for her talent, said she'll "still be in shock" when she wakes up today.

Snow emergencies called for area communities

Mostly, a snow emergency means that all parked vehicles must be removed from city streets and public parking lots until snow plow operations are complete. To make sure you don't get a parking ticket, you'll need to move your car and keep it off the streets until they've been completely plowed.

Doctors issue warning about overdosing on anti-diarrhea drug

The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning this week, telling people not to try getting high by taking too much Loperamide, known more commonly as Imodium. "The biggest safety issue is what happens to the heart.

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