The Wisconsin man who admitted kidnapping a 13-year-old girl after killing her parents was sentenced today.
Jayme Closs, the Barron County teen who was abducted for 88 days before escaping her captor and finding help, is being honored before the Wisconsin Assembly Wednesday as a hometown hero.
Many from the community rallied together Saturday at Barron High School to put on a fundraiser in support of Jayme Closs and her family.
(WKOW) — In Barron County, people are still thinking about Jayme Closs and hoping she returns home. The 13-year-old disappeared last month after her parents
(WQOW) — Investigators in Barron County continue to hold out hope they’ll find Jayme Closs who disappeared 44 days ago. One thing that’s giving them
The Closs family is still grieving Jim and Denise, and the disappearance of their niece Jayme Closs.
A Barron County man has been charged with burglary for breaking into the home where two people were killed and their daughter was last seen before being reported missing.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says investigators have released the crime scene back to the Closs family.
Two members of the Middleton Fire Department were among the thousands of volunteers who turned out to search for clues in the case of a missing Wisconsin teen.
Businesses such as Brion’s Smokehouse Deli, Barron Area Community Center and the Plaid Peacock supported Jayme Closs’ family by selling green bracelets for $5 each.
Neighbors, close friends, and the community showed their support for the Closs family during a candle light vigil at St. Peters Catholic Church on Tuesday.
BARRON COUNTY (WQOW) – Neighbors, close friends, and the community showed their support for the Closs family during a candle light vigil at St. Peters