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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 Who Crashed Into a Sheriff's Vehicle is Sentenced

An Oshkosh man that drunkenly drove his vehicle into a parked sheriff's squad car was convicted on Wednesday and sentenced to nine months in jail. A court official indicates that 60-year-old Harold Strozewski pleaded no contest to one count of drunken driving causing injury.

Flying Car Breaking Records

PRINEVILLE, Ore: Flying car manufacturer Samson Sky just received Reservation Position number 800, breaking records with customers in 24 countries, and 46 out of 50 states in the US. The Switchblade flying sports car has arguably become the most popular flying car in the world.

Two arrested for random assaults in Oshkosh

Police say the men, ages 18 and 20, are responsible for assaults that happened Sept. 8 near the intersection of Lincoln Av.

'Star Wars': Ace pilots, not Jedi, take center stage in...

Move over, Jedi. The galaxy's best pilots are the featured players of Disney Channel's new 'Star Wars Resistance' animated series.

Oregon's Samson Sky says it has 800 reservations for flying car

Last December, Oregon-based Samson Sky promised a flying sports car for 2018 . The latest news from the company, released last Friday, didn't offer a more specific timeline, but it did share the company has taken 800 reservations for its Switchblade airborne vehicle.

Fleeing defendant who crashed plane facing more charges

A man who fled from deputies in his airplane before crashing into a Waupaca County cornfield is facing additional charges. Winnebago County sheriff's deputies and Oshkosh police went to Wittman Regional Airport on Sept.

Direct Primary Care Popular with Patients and Physicians, according...

10, 2018 -- More than 200 physicians attended a Direct Primary Care Summit sponsored by the American Academy of Family Physicians , and the energy in the room was palpable, writes Albert Fisher, M.D ., in the fall issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons . Dr. Fisher, a family physician in Oshkosh, Wis., is president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons .

Judge won't order hearing on 'stand your ground' defense in Oshkosh man's death

A judge has refused to set a pretrial hearing for a man who says Iowa's "stand your ground" law protects him from prosecution for a fatal bar fight in a Des Moines suburb. The Des Moines Register reports that Judge Scott Rosenberg ruled last week that Rodney Henricksen must wait until trial to show his actions were justified.

Wisconsin Rapids Native Set to Compete for Miss. America Friday, September 7

Tianna Vanderhei was crowned as Miss. Wisconsin on June 17th in Oshkosh. She'll compete in the nationwide competition for the crown this Sunday night.

How to Build an Airplane in Seven Days

Inside a tent on the opening day of AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Experimental Aircraft Association chairman Jack Pelton started the countdown clock for the One-Week Wonder. From that moment, more than 2,500 volunteers would have six and a half days to take a Zenith CH 750 Cruzer kit from pieces on the tent floor to the airshow tarmac, taxiing under its own power.

Major bills sent through state Legislature faster after Walker took office, report finds

A recent analysis of records and interviews showed bills began moving faster through the Wisconsin legislature after Gov. Scott Walker and other Republican legislators took office in 2011. Teodor Teofilov, a graduate student in University of Wisconsin's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, conducted the study in conjunction with the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism as part of a 400-level journalism course.

Oshkosh authorities look for missing elderly woman

Her family reported her missing before 8:00 a.m. Tuesday. About an hour prior to that, police had received the report of a elderly woman walking east in the 1200 block of E. Murdock Avenue.

Pilot crashes into cornfield after fleeing from police in Wisconsin

Authorities say they were trying to arrest a Wisconsin man on a domestic abuse-related charge when he fled in an airplane before crashing into a cornfield. The Winnebago County Sheriff's Office says officers went to Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh on Friday night to try to arrest the 47-year-old for violating a restraining order and other charges.

The Magician of Mojave

Long before inventing SpaceShipOne and Voyager - the first aircraft to circle the world nonstop and unrefueled - Burt Rutan revolutionized the practice of homebuilding airplanes with a 700-pound, composite oddity built with a set of step-by-step directions as simple as the recipe on a box of cake mix. Rutan introduced the plans for the VariEze [pronounced "very easy"] canard aircraft in 1976; by 1985, he had sold more than 12,000 plan sets for the VariEze and its big brother the Long-EZ.

College freshman move-in day an emotional day for thousands of parents

Thousands of parents spent the Sunday before Labor Day saying goodbye to their kids, because Sunday is move-in day for UW Oshkosh and UW Green Bay. Dozens of student volunteers at UW Oshkosh unpacked cars Sunday morning for a smooth move into freshman dorms, Scott Hall "Our first year students are moving in with their very nervous parents, so this is a fantastic day of transition.

Plane Crashes and Pilot Attempts to Avoid Police

WINNEBAGO/WAUPACA COUNTIES, WI -- Two news releases from the Winnebago and Waupaca County Sheriff's Office are shedding light on an unexpected and illegal plane ride. On Friday night around 9:30 the Winnebago County Sheriff's Office and the Oshkosh Police Department headed to Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh.

Aviation Photographer Phil High's Night Vision

Phil High's Aviation Photography taken at night results in aircraft photos of unexpected beauty and drama. As a longtime volunteer photographer for the Experimental Aircraft Association at their annual orgy-of-all-things-aerial in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Phil High will regularly be seen lying on the ground, getting dramatic angles of an airplane.

Dakota County Lip Sync Finalist

After hundreds of police departments around the country challenged each other to lip syncing videos, USA Today took the best of the best and pitted them against each other. In the Midwest bracket, The Dakota County Sheriff's Office is taking on the Oshkosh, Wisconsin Police Department.

Business Man Sentenced to 14 Years in Scrap Metal Scheme

A judge has sentenced a businessman to more than a decade in prison for scheming to bilk a Fond du Lac firm out of $14 million. Fond du Lac County Circuit Judge Robert Wirtz on Wednesday sentenced Sterling Kienbaum of Oshkosh to 11 years in prison and three years of extended supervision.

Judge: UW-Oshkosh owes $15 million for foundation debts

A federal bankruptcy judge says the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh must pay $15 million to cover the debts of the school's private foundation arising from a financial scandal involving five building projects. The Oshkosh Northwestern reports that Judge Susan Kelley ruled Wednesday that letters from two former UW-Oshkosh administrators, who promised to use university money to bail out the foundation, constitute enforceable contracts and therefore must be honored.

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