BNSF Track Plan Approved By Lax Council, Over Public Objections
As one La Crosse resident puts it, City Hall is being forced to accept a new
CAUSE OF DEATH FOR CRAIG MEYERS
A cause of death for the college student found in the Mississippi River this week. The LaCrosse county medical examiner Dr. John Steers says Craig Meyers drowned to death. Steers tells Wizzum News that the 21 year old college student also suffered from hypothermia alcohol intoxication. Meyers's body was found below the ice on Tuesday afternoon. Craig was last seen alive at 2am on Sunday when a relative dropped him off on the 700 block of Market Street.
Tomah Man Clings To Life After Crash
A Monroe County man is clinging to life tonight after receiving life-threatening injuries in a Wednesday morning crash in Columbia County. The crash happened shortly before 10:30 a.m. about five miles north of the Columbia-Dane County line.
Register Your Bike and Get a Free Light
La Crosse police were uncomfortable with the idea of giving away free bike lights the whole time. Not because they don't want bicycle riders to go without. It's just that the big box of bike light sets they got from the county through a grant program came with the understanding that the lights would be handed out to those riding illegally without bike lights. Kind of like a reward for breaking the law. La Crosse cops instead will hand out the lights to the first fifty who show up at the PD downtown to register their bikes. Bike registration is two bucks and is required under city ordinance.
Changing Your Mind On Races Yet?
Swaying a small group of undecided voters probably won't make the final