Support for Jayme Closs is not limited to Barron. People, businesses, schools and communities are all celebrating her homecoming.
A neighbor says she and her husband had problems years ago with the man suspected of kidnapping a Wisconsin teenager and killing her parents.
Ownership of a remote cabin where a Wisconsin teenager was apparently held during a nearly 3-month disappearance passed to a credit union soon after the girl’s abduction.
The company that employed the slain parents of a Wisconsin teen who was kidnapped says the man accused in the attack worked at the plant for one day nearly three years ago.
We are hearing from one of the women who aided Jayme Closs just moments after she escaped from her abductor.
Lacie Ketelhut, a trauma care coordinator, from Gundersen Health System spoke with News 19’s Andrea Albers about what Jayme’s medical recovery process might look like.
A rollercoaster of emotions for family members of Jayme Closs on Thursday.