Most viewed stories for the week of May 13

MILWAUKEE - A surprise storm, a major wildfire and plenty of Packers dominated the last week.

  • The Packers' brass say they want to bring Brett Favre back into the "family." Packers president Mark Murphy stirred up some controversy on Tuesday when he opened the door to the possibility of Brett Favre having a part in the team once again. Read the full story here. Journal Sentinel

  • A wildfire burned about 9,000 acres of land in northern Wisconsin. A smoky wildfire in northwestern Wisconsin spreading to 8,700 acres destroyed at least 50 buildings and forced dozens of people to leave their homes. Read the full story here. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

  • Storms rumbled through the Milwaukee area and caused lots of damage, from uprooted trees to bricks dislodged from buildings. Milwaukee-area public works crews have spent a busy Wednesday cleaning up roads and other areas since Tuesday night storms passed. Read the full story and check out a video/photo gallery here.

  • One person dead in car vs. train crash near Sturtevant. One man died Tuesday after an Amtrak train traveling from Chicago hit his car near Sturtevant, Wisconsin. Read the full story here.

  • TBS is developing series about Green Bay Packers fans. This week is the week when networks announce their new series to debut next season, and TBS announced Wednesday a new series centered around Green Bay Packers fans. Read the full story here. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Closure of I-94 planned for this weekend. Sections of I-94 are expected to delay people attending the numerous events all around Milwaukee over the weekend. Read the full story here.

  • NBA rejects Kings' move; could Bucks be in Seattle's crosshairs? With the Kings staying in Sacramento, will Seattle look to the Bucks as their next NBA team? Read the full story here.

  • Thousands of Brewers' Polish Sausages snapped up in promotion. In what has become a yearly tradition, the Brewers have placed thousands of sausage ornaments across the area around Miller Park in Milwaukee. Read the full story here.

  • Photo gallery: Happy birthday, Clay Matthews! Newly re-signed Clay Matthews hit the big 2-7 on Tuesday, and we put together a photo gallery of some of his best moments. Read the full story here.

  • Fire burns through Sheboygan house. Firefighters spent Tuesday morning battling a house fire in Sheboygan. Read the full story here.

  • Packers Tailgate Tour makes a stop at Watertown school. Wednesday was a big day for kids in Watertown when they got a big surprise. They had no idea the Green Bay Packers were coming to town. Read the full story here.

  • Man accused of killing 3-year-old charged with homicide. A man accused of injuring his girlfriend's son so badly it caused his death has been formally charged with homicide. Read the full story here.

  • After 60 dead horses found, investigators warn it could get much worse. A horrific case of animal abuse gets worse. Sixty dead horses found on a farm and investigators fear there may be even more. Read the full story here.