The week in stories Sept. 21 - 27

  • Teen found in field after reported homecoming prank. A teen was found in a field early Tuesday morning after a group of teens were seen running from police hours earlier. Read the full story here.

  • Wis. squirrel hunter accidentally shot to death. Authorities say a squirrel hunter was accidentally shot to death near Wausau when another hunter mistook him for a squirrel. Read the full story here.

  • Packers fall to 1-2 after loss to Bengals. The Green Bay Packers played one of the most topsy-turvy games in recent memory, falling to the Cincinnati Bengals 34-30 on Sunday. Check out complete game coverage here.

  • Leo Frigo Bridge closed due to significant sagging. Governor Scott Walker signed a Declaration of Emergency after announcing the bridge would be closed for a long period of time. Read the full story here.

  • Surveillance video shows car crash at Cedarburg High School. Police say teen drama got the best of a young girl behind the wheel, who then sped out of the parking lot but lost control of the vehicle instead. Read the full story here.

  • Gomez's home run leads to fight in Brewers-Braves game. After Carlos Gomez socked a home run in Wednesday's Brewers game in Atlanta, the Braves' catcher confronted him on the basepaths, leading to a bench-clearing brawl. Watch the fight and read about it here.

  • 2013 Emmy Awards. The best of the best in TV came out Sunday night to honor the history of television. See the red carpet photos here.

  • Surveillance video shows thieves busted at Grafton Target store. Police say thanks to the thieves' decision to make a slow getaway after their latest strike in Grafton, they were able to catch them - and it was all caught on video. Read the full story here.

  • Clay Matthews sports a 'stache, makes viewers laugh. The "Claymaker" showed he can act by throwing on a mustache and playing a handyman in a commercial for Fathead. Watch the hilarity here.

  • Viral video: Mother returning from Afghanistan surprises daughter at Badgers game. Thousands of Badgers fans witnessed an emotional moment in Madison on Saturday when an Army captain surprised her daughter during halftime at the UW-Madison game. Read the full story here.

  • Neighbor rescues teen attacked by pit bull. Neighbors are still very shaken up after a pit bull attacked a 17-year-old girl near Grantosa Drive and 76th Street. But the quick thinking of one man and his son may have saved her life. Read the full story here.

  • Favre's agent: He can still play Though Brett Favre hasn't played an NFL game in nearly three years, his agent claims he still could suit up. Start the "tractor Watch" again? Read about it here.

  • Police: Man featured in viral flyer poses no threat. Parents in Walworth County want answers after a guy allegedly threatened to kill school children as a way for people to remember him. Read the full story here.

  • West Allis mother sentenced to 18 years in prison Angelica Belen was sentenced for child neglect resulting in the death of her three children.Read the full story here.

  • Receiver for Packers' next opponent injured due to pizza. Nate Burleson of the Detroit Lions won't be able to play in next Sunday's Packers-Lions tussle, because of an injury that happened involving a pizza. Read about it here.