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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
New protocol for snowy owls at Wittman Regional Airport

New procedures are being finalized at Wittman Airport in Oshkosh after a snowy owl was shot and killed two weeks ago. Action 2 News learned the owl was killed with a legal permit because of how close it was to the runway.

Plane that led Normandy invasion discovered, restored

In this Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, workers help at restoring a C-47 called "That's All, Brother," at Basler Turbo Conversions in Oshkosh, Wis. The plane, which was lost for 70 years and accidentally discovered by an Air Force historian at the Basler junkyard, carried the first paratroopers who stormed the beaches of Normandy during World War II.

Pearl Harbor survivor speaks in Oshkosh on 76th anniversary

"Going back to the tent where I was living and I looked up and there was right above us, several hundred feet above us, Japanese planes," said Stephenson. Now 97-years-old and living in Appleton, Stephenson says that deadly day doesn't cross his mind very often.

Dogs rescued from South Korean - meat farm' at Oshkosh shelter

An Oshkosh animal shelter is taking in three dogs saved from a South Korean dog meat farm. The Oshkosh Area Humane Society is caring for them after Humane Society International saved about 170 dogs from a single facility.

Winds take down trees and power lines

Wisconsin Public Service has outages from Oshkosh to Green Bay, ranging from dozens to more than a hundred people without power. Crivitz has nearly 3,000 customers without power.

Salvation Army's best bell ringer is a mini horse named 'Tinker'

A mini horse is doing his part in giving back this holiday season. His name is "Tinker" and he is one of Salvation Army's best bell ringers.

Restored D-Day C-47 Gets Ready to Fly

Work is progressing on the Commemorative Air Force's restoration of the C-47 known as That's All, Brother. The Commemorative Air Force's restoration of the airplane that led the D-Day invasion on June 6, 1944 in Normandy, France - a C-47 named That's All, Brother - is progressing quickly.

Trade Worries Led Wisconsin Mill Town to Trump. It's Still Uneasy.

Neenah, in a county that flipped from blue to red, has lost factory jobs and its sense of prosperity. But local industries are concerned about a trade war.

Birds eye view of Black Friday at Fox River Mall

Friday morning we set out with our Skyview 2 drone to get a bird's eye view around the Fox River Mall, a hotspot for Black Friday traffic. Action Two news is the only station in the state that has clearance from the FAA to fly a drone around the mall.

Deer hunter encounters bobcat in the woods

One Wisconsin man's wild hunting story has nothing to do with deer. Instead, it was a bobcat that he encountered in the woods.

Oshkosh Corp. to build new global headquarters on Lakeshore property

"We thank our Board of Directors for supporting an offer for a global headquarters location that meets the objectives of both Oshkosh Corporation and the community of Oshkosh," reads a statement from Oshkosh Corp. In early November, the Oshkosh City Council approved the sale of a portion of the Lakeshore Golf Course during a special meeting The deal called for the city to offer more than $7 million for infrastructure construction. In return, Oshkosh Corp. agreed to build a facility worth at least $18 million and keep nearly 800 jobs.

Lifest to expand, as race track's future in Oshkosh now in doubt

The future of the Oshkosh Speedzone is on question Tuesday night after a vote by the Winnebago County Board allowing Lifest to expand. "We're excited, we're excited about the opportunity to put a foot print down in the county, in Winnebago County at the Sunnyview Expo Center.

Oshkosh man pleads guilty to providing drugs in fatal overdose

Federal prosecutors say an Oshkosh man has pleaded guilty to providing drugs to a woman who died of an overdose. Eastern Wisconsin U.S. Attorney Gregory Haanstad says 40-year-old Anthony Chaplin pleaded guilty Monday to distributing fentanyl and methamphetamine resulting in death.

Thanksgiving flights forecast: Mostly smooth sailing

The busy Thanksgiving travel week is now underway at airports across the nation, and - so far - it looks like smooth sailing for most holiday travelers. The busy Thanksgiving travel week is now underway at airports across the nation, and - so far - it looks like smooth sailing for most holiday travelers.

Not One Penny campaign tours Northeast Wisconsin

The "Not One Penny" Campaign traveled from Fond du Lac to Oshkosh to Appleton to Green Bay on Saturday. The group toured with a giant inflatable chicken, meant to represent the president.

Kitten Yoga class sells out within hours

Yoga gets a bit more interesting this weekend in the Fox Valley, as the Oshkosh Area Humane Society unleashes a dozen four-legged friends into its yoga class. "Cats are my favorite.

Target 2 Investigates: families on edge as costs rise, pay stagnates

Target 2 dug into the staggering statistics and found why so many people are working hard but still falling short. "We have used cars.

Complaint: man shot and killed during robbery attempt in Oshkosh

An 18-year-old Appleton man was shot and killed by the target of a robbery at an apartment in Oshkosh, according to a criminal complaint obtained by Action 2 News. Tory Summers, 28, has been charged with Felony Murder in connection to the death of Cashmiere A.S. Hill.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., seen here in September, was the first...

Here's what Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., the first Republican to oppose the Senate tax bill, doesn't like about the measure: It would slash tax rates for conventional corporations and give a much smaller tax cut to firms like the four in which he has millions of dollars in investments. Johnson's office says he does not support the Senate bill because it would roughly double the gap between corporate tax rates, which would drop to 20 percent, and the individual income tax rates paid by people receiving income from what is known as a "pass-through" entity.

Rent To Own Legislation Showdown

Republican state lawmakers are asking for changes in how the Rent-to-Own industry is regulated in Wisconsin, which a Democratic lawmaker argues would allow a predatory business model to greatly expand in the state. The bill from state Senator Terry Moulton and Representative Warren Petryk would stop regulating the industry under the Wisconsin Consumer Act, setting up a system they say is used by most other states.

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