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Kaukauna police warn of timid coyote coming up to homes

This coyote has been seen going up to houses in Kaukauna. KPD photo.

KAUKAUNA (KCN) -- Kaukauna police are warning residents to be on the lookout for what appears to be timid coyote that won't leave when approached. Police say they have received several calls about the animal found hanging out on a resident's porch and walking through yards in the 2100 block of Olde Country Circle. "We attempted a

Kaukauna police investigating vandalism to Christmas decorations

KAUKAUNA -- Kaukauna police have received multiple reports over the past two weeks from residents who say their outside Christmas decorations have been damaged or removed. They are asking residents with front door surveillance cameras to check their video for anything suspicious. In a post on their Facebook page, police say they

Bruce McCabe, avid supporter of Kaukauna athletics, dead at 71

KAUKAUNA -- Bruce H. McCabe, 71, known for his love and support of Kaukauna athletics, died after a battle with heart disease. He was surrounded by family and friends, according to a notice in the Post-Crescent.  Visitation will be held on Sunday, August 18, 2019, from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the

Two injured as car tumbles down embankment in Kaukauna

Emergency crews rescued two people from a car that tumbled down an embankment early June 5, 2019.

KAUKAUNA -- Two people suffered non-life threatening injuries early Wednesday after their car tumbled down an embankment at the end of Eighth Street. Both patients were transported by Kaukauna paramedics to a local hospital with apparent non-life-threatening injuries, according to a Kaukauna Fire Department news release. Emergency crews were called at at

Kaukauna man sentenced for heroin death, three overdoses

APPLETON, Wis. – A Kaukauna man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for his role in four heroin overdoses, including one that was fatal. Leslie A. Brown was sentenced by Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Mitchell Metropulos to 15 years in prison and ten years of extended supervision for First

Coal hopper catches fire at Thilmany

file photo Kaukauna fire department

KAUKAUNA — A hopper containing 40 tons of coal caught fire Thursday morning at the Thilmany paper mill, which sustained no damage to the plant and no injuries. The Kaukauna Fire Department responded this morning, at approximately 4:45 am to the fire at 600 Thilmany Rd. When crews arrived on scene they found

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